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I have a token contract (let's say it TC) and creating a contract Wallet. Now, is it possible for a user to call Wallet's entrypoint deposit which will do an inter-contract call to TC's transfer entrypoint to transfer some of the user's token to the Wallet? Since TC will check that the sender is the owner of those tokens, it'll require keeping the sender the same when doing the inter-contract call.

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SENDER always points to the caller's address.

SOURCE points to the implicit account that initiated the current transaction.

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SmartPY example: https://smartpy.io/ide?cid=QmevNhUmzeDBzi5uYyxcWdMphrqurJz8TGiVQpeJRgKu58&k=1adea9375ecba75eaab6

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  • Since I can't change the token contract, any suggestion to implement the Wallet contract? Or the user has to explicitly call the transfer entypoint everytime to transfer tokens to the Wallet (even then how will my Wallet know that this user transferred those tokens)? – Rahul Jun 11 at 10:23
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You might want to have a look at a feature called "tickets". An application of tickets is to use them as authentication tokens that can be transmitted across contract call chains.

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