📌mint

Description

The mint function is an asynchronous function that mints a specified amount of ERC20 tokens to the specified receiver address and returns the transaction receipt.

Parameters

Response

Example Request and Response

Prerequisites

Before making requests with NEST® SDK, you must have it installed.

You can install NEST® SDK using either npm or yarn. Use the following commands to install NEST® SDK:

npm install @nest25/evm-chains-lib
OR
yarn add @nest25/evm-chains-lib

Request

Here is an example of how to make a mint request using the NEST® SDK:

// import the Nest SDK
const { ERC20 } = require('@nest25/evm-chains-lib');

// create a new instance of the ERC20 class
const erc20 = new ERC20();

// define the main function
const main = async () => {
    // call the mint function
    const receipt = await erc20.mint(
        'klay',
        '0x3c40d011838f0ecd5b601104eeb5e27172c92231',
        '0x13CC66D6611bb754647Bf2977881eA0e35A48FB4',
        '100',
        'your-private-key',
    );

    // print the receipt
    console.log({ receipt });
};
// call the main function
main();

Response

 {
  receipt: {
    type: 2,
    chainId: 1001,
    nonce: 237,
    maxPriorityFeePerGas: BigNumber { _hex: '0x3b9aca00', _isBigNumber: true },
    maxFeePerGas: BigNumber { _hex: '0x0bdfd63e00', _isBigNumber: true },
    gasPrice: null,
    gasLimit: BigNumber { _hex: '0xa822', _isBigNumber: true },
    to: '0x3c40d011838F0EcD5B601104EEb5E27172C92231',
    value: BigNumber { _hex: '0x00', _isBigNumber: true },
    data: '0x40c10f1900000000000000000000000013cc66d6611bb754647bf2977881ea0e35a48fb40000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000064',
    accessList: [],
    hash: '0xadbd2e3e340fa378b87b8d40225c3e9e17daf0f3bb86e2316398549504759562',
    v: 1,
    r: '0xe377d367c0f892d67884b1134ff5c35dfb9e9ecec15d2409843c560a19a9168c',
    s: '0x1477b80e71f3fda2096006fcffd0bb48c7bbe455c73ba8a9f7e8bbaca84c2478',
    from: '0xE668C72D4C67236A712Ce69A91C74358586f31ed',
    wait: [Function (anonymous)]
  }
}

Use Cases

  • Bulk token distribution: The primary use case for the mint function is to distribute multiple ERC20 tokens to a specified receiver address in bulk.

  • Automated token distribution: The mint function can be integrated into automated workflows for token distribution, allowing developers to automatically distribute tokens as part of their continuous integration and deployment process.

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