Let's test by sending some tokens.
export QUANTITY="1.0000 TKN"
# user address, not token/tokenpeg account/contract, third account you created
cleos -u $KYLIN_ENDPOINT push action $KYLIN_TOKEN_ACCOUNT transfer "[\"$FROM\",\"$TO\",\"$QUANTITY\",\"$MEMO\"]" -p $KYLIN_TEST_ACCOUNT@active
Now let's see if the tokens make it! Navigate to your user account's address
Now let's send it back!
Navigate to your tokenpeg contract on the EVM side, click on the contract tab, go to Write Contract, and connect using your user's account.
Scroll to #4. We're going to send 1 token back
10000. And to determine the destination address we're going to use a helper function on our bridge contract.
cleos -u $EOS_ENDPOINT push action $KYLIN_BRIDGE_ACCOUNT getdest '["YOUR EOSIO USER ACCOUNT HERE"]' -p $KYLIN_BRIDGE_ACCOUNT@active
The assertion error will relay the
uint64_tfor the account specified, and you said EOSIO assertion messages weren't good for anything, pish posh, we move on!
Destination EOSIO Account Name Value: 11075078730411234672
And shazam you've got tokens! https://kylin.eosq.app/tx/cbc1bd2591efc7311358ce1ee17c95e8da2dfbf895c00051f401afc794013be0
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