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I have been experimenting with smart contracts for some time but until recently I was only using Ganache (a personal development blockchain) to test things. Ganache is great for development and testing purposes, but any serious project eventually needs to be moved to a testnet for further testing. In this article, I will go through the changes I needed to make to my code in order to deploy and interact with my smart contracts on the Ropsten testnet using a hosted node like Infura.

You don’t necessarily need to use Infura to deploy a smart contract on the testnet. Some…

Theodoros Constantinides

MEng Computer Science with Study Abroad, University of Bristol

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