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What is the price of deploying an ERC-721 token contract on the main net?

I have a few questions regarding the deploy to the main net. They are mostly about the cost of it. Im using hardhat and ether.js for deployment. The contract itself is written in Solidity.

  1. Could you please provide me with the exact pricing for deploying the smart contract? I found out that its basic fee of 21k gas + 32k of some contract creation fee. Then theres the price for kbs of the contract. But the kbs are what Im not so sure of. On every site they state a different price for kb of compiled bytecode of my contract. Could you please provide me with the gas price for kb in 2021?

  2. Where can I found my compiled bytecode size – the size that determines the pricing? When I compile my code with hardhat it produces a bunch of .json files in the artifacts folder. I am really struggling to understand which one is the compiled contract bytecode that will be stored on the blockchain and that I will pay for.

  3. How can I set gas prices in ether.js? In every tutorial or example that I saw, nobody sets gas prices manually in ether.js, not even a gasLimit. Is ether.js setting these prices by itself? And are the prices that ether.js sets good or are they unnecessary high? Or is there a way to set the gas price in the hardhat config file?

  4. Which amount of eth would you guess that my deployment to the main net will take? My contract is written in Solidity, it uses the classic openzepellin libraries for ERC-721 tokens. I put everything into just one .sol file and it has 1.4k lines.

the client’s ‘invalidateblock’ debugging command – possible prevention against majority attack?

there is a ‘invalidateblock’ debugging command in the btc client. How can this command be used in a situation of majority attack threat and play a part of countering the attack? I understand that this command lets nodes ‘ignore’ blocks generated by the attacking miners. But is that it? What happens with the blockchain, how::Listen

there is a ‘invalidateblock’ debugging command in the btc client. How can this command be used in a situation of majority attack threat and play a part of countering the attack?

I understand that this command lets nodes ‘ignore’ blocks generated by the attacking miners. But is that it? What happens with the blockchain, how can it continue to live on without the majority attackers?

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What is the price of deploying an ERC-721 token contract on the main net?

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