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Under the first phase, INSO with the aid of AMILCO also developed the Standardization Document of IFF Mk XA & Mk XII Interrogators & Transponders. References Category:Radio navigation Category:Radio-frequency identificationQ: web3.js: web3.eth.net.coinbase First of all, web3.js API documentation is somewhat unclear about this. I have the following constructor web3 = new Web3(new Web3.providers.HttpProvider('')); I would like to know how to get the account that generates transactions, which is this in the following case: web3.eth.net.coinbase I tried web3.eth.net.coinbase but it does not work. A: The following works for me console.log(web3.eth.net.coinbase); or console.log(web3.eth.coinbase); It is eth.coinbase, as it's in network: web3.eth.coinbase // 0x123a7ed5ea9c4fb5ca8a159f4ad304b91d7cf6c27c8da6d94a83cf26f17ccc10 As of July 2018, web3.eth.coinbase still returns the network's address, but web3.eth.coinbaseHash has been updated to return the hash of the account you're connected to: web3.eth.coinbaseHash (for truffle, web3js, and ethereumjs) — returns the hash of the account's address where transactions are sent web3.eth.coinbaseHash (for node.js) — returns the hash of the account's address where transactions are sent web3.eth.coinbase (for browser) — returns the hash of the account's address where transactions are sent So you can get the value of this by running your ethereum app through a truffle contract (or ethereumjs.contract), and then call web3.eth.coinbaseHash. Hope that helps!
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