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Any ideas of why this isn't working? I obviously removed the Blockfrost ID and address, and I have enough tokens to send. For some reason it keeps saying Inputs Exhausted. Any help appreciated.

import { Blockfrost, Lucid } from "/mod.js";

const lucid = await Lucid.new(
  new Blockfrost("https://cardano-mainnet.blockfrost.io/api/v0", "mainnet...")
);

// Assumes you are in a browser environment
const api = await window.cardano.nami.enable();
lucid.selectWallet(api);

const policyId = "2b28c81dbba6d67e4b5a997c6be1212cba9d60d33f82444ab8b1f218";

const tx = await lucid.newTx()
  .payToAddress("addr1...", { [policyId]: 100n })
  .complete();

const signedTx = await tx.sign().complete();

const txHash = await signedTx.submit();

console.log(txHash);
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A token has two components, it's name & corresponding policy-id. Thus, instead of .payToAddress("addr1...", { [policyId]: 100n }) you need to do .payToAddress("addr1...", { [token]: 100n }) where token is defined as concatenation of policy-id & name, like const token = policyId + tokenName.

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  • I'm sorry, I am not following. Can you write out the full script so I can try and understand what you are trying to correct?
    – lovetoshi
    Commented Jul 31, 2023 at 16:21
  • Let's say that the name of the token you wish to send is "BTC" (const tokenName = "BTC"). So as mentioned in this answer, you need to update payToAddress like payToAddress("addr1...", { [policyId + fromText(tokenName)]: 100n }). You can import "fromText" from "/mod.js" itself. Commented Aug 16, 2023 at 8:31

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