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Image if I have a smart contract with entry-point increment() that increments a counter.

So if I call this entry-point for the first time and we know that it takes almost 1 minute for the operation to be confirmed and baked.

and all sub-sequent request fails until the block is confirmed.

So does this set a limit on me to call this function, eg I can only call increment the counter by 60 in 1 hour..?

I need help to make sure that my understanding is right or not and also if there is any way I can achieve a greater limit!

Thanks in advance.

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In your example, you send a transaction that calls the increment entry point of the contract. For that to happen, the transaction will have to be included in a block and, as you mention, blocks come about every minute. However, a single block could contain many such transactions and, as a result, the counter could be incremented by more than one during the execution of a block.

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  • Thanks for the explanation, but when I try to call the increment method again even before the block is confirmed, my request simply fails. I am using conseiljs to do so. Do you have any idea what I may be doing wrong?. – Mohit Gupta Jul 26 at 19:45
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    The transactions that you produce include a counter attached to the account at the source of the transaction. You need to increment this counter for the second transaction. If you need help with this you should create a separate, conseiljs specific, question. – Arthur B Jul 27 at 7:01

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