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Contract Deployment "not enough funds for gas" Arbitrum

I am trying to deploy a contract using the following code: const Contract = await ethers.getContractFactory("Contract", { libraries: { UtilsLibrary: "0xF…e", } }); let pool = await Contract.deploy({gasLimit: 10000000, gasPrice: ethers.utils.parseUnits("1", "gwei")}) When I run this on Kovan, Goerly, Arbitrum Goerly, this works totally fine (obviously I correct the library address). When I run this::Listen

I am trying to deploy a contract using the following code:

 const Contract = await ethers.getContractFactory("Contract", {     libraries: {       UtilsLibrary: "0xF...e",     }  }); let pool = await Contract.deploy({gasLimit: 10000000, gasPrice: ethers.utils.parseUnits("1", "gwei")}) 

When I run this on Kovan, Goerly, Arbitrum Goerly, this works totally fine (obviously I correct the library address). When I run this on the Arbitrum mainnet I get an error saying "not enough funds for gas". I have changed multiple RPCs and result is not luck.

Contract takes about 5 mil gas to deploy and I have about 1 ETH in wallet. I really have no more ideas on what might be wrong here. Any suggestions appreciated.

UPD: I have deployed the UtilsLibrary totally fine as part of the script as well. So correct signer is being used and it has funds.

Magnificent Start for Uniglo Presale as Bitcoin, Ethereum, & Fantom Are Turning Bullish

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