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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 ...


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It should be 54 for that option. Maybe Stellar has some extra bytes padding? If the secret key length is 98, then what you have is a full secret key. After you b58decode this, the last 32 chars are the public key. If secret key length is 54, what you have is actually a seed phrase. b58decode this then use ed25519's NewKeyFromSeed function to get you the ...


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There is https://github.com/baking-bad/netezos, a .NET Standard 2.0 library for working with Tezos. You can easily use it to interact with Tezos node via RPC, manage keys (it also supports Ledger), forge and send operations, etc. This library is actively developing (by the way, mscappini, author of Tz.Net, is also working with us on Netezos v2) and soon we ...


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You can use any signature in place of that parameter. For example, you can use edsigtXomBKi5CTRf5cjATJWSyaRvhfYNHqSUGrn4SdbYRcGwQrUGjzEfQDTuqHhuA8b2d8NarZjz8TRf65WkpQmo423BtomS8Q and it should return the RPC call.


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Try TezosNodeWriter.testContractInvocationOperation. You can read its documentation here. You can find it used in an example here.


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