How to Create your own Crypto Token using Cardano – Step by Step.

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Create your Cryptocurrency Token on the Cardano Blockchain Step by Step Guide

Are you thinking of creating a cryptocurrency or token? If so, you’ve come to the right place! In this article I will be taking a practical step by step look on how to do this. I wanted to create a token for our platform Pop Up World, so I’m going to take you through the steps I went through to create the PopUpWorld Token (PUW). These can be used to offer rewards to customers or be held or exchanged for a potential increase in value.

The Ethereum block chain is one option to get started, the plus side of Ethereum is that ERC20 tokens can be created easily, however the fees can be quite high. When looking to create a token for Pop Up World, Cardano seemed like a good option. The Cardano eco- system looks like it has great scalability and has relatively low fees compared to Ethereum. Cardano was founded by a former co-founder of Ethereum, Charles Hoskinson Although at the time of writing Cardano does not offer smart contracts (it is something that is pipelined for sometime in the near future) the good news is that Cardano does not need smart contracts to create a token, so fewer coding and security risks to worry about!

Creating your own token is not that difficult but you should set aside a few hours, as the Cardano process has quite a few steps to navigate.

These are the steps covered:

  1. Creation of a Cardano Node.
  2. Minting your token.
  3. Creation of Off Chain Metadata.
  4. Submitting of your token to the Cardano Token Registry.
  5. Sending your token to a remote address.

First things first, everything here was done on a Windows 10 PC. So, if you are on a Mac it should work but you will need to ensure you download the right files for your machine.

If you have not used Ubuntu Linux before, familiarise yourself with the commands for changing directories (cd), making directories (mkdir) copying files (cp) and others so you can move around the system easily.

Also, if you are new to this it’s probably best to try the Testnet blockchain first before you attempt to go live on Mainnet.

So here we go!

Building a Cardano Node:
Go to the Ubuntu website. We are going to use a Linux terminal to connect to the Cardano Node and submit instructions to the Block Chain.

https://ubuntu.com/wsl

Follow the instructions to enable WSL on your machine

and Download Ubuntu Terminal onto your machine.
In the Ubuntu Terminal type:

sudo apt-get update -y

sudo apt-get install automake build-essential pkg-config libffi-dev libgmp-dev libssl-dev libtinfo-dev libsystemd-dev zlib1g-dev make g++ tmux git jq wget libncursesw5 libtool autoconf -y

Then download cabal from Haskell site go to https://www.haskell.org/cabal/download.html  
****For mainnet use v3.2.0.0

curl -O http://urlofdownload.tar.gz

tar -xf file.tar.gz

This should create a Cabal executable – then move the Cabal file to local bin:

mv cabal ~/.local/bin/

cabal update

Confirm cabal install and version

cabal –version

v 3.2.0.0

Download GHC Compiler – enter the following commands:

wget https://downloads.haskell.org/ghc/8.10.2/ghc-8.10.2-x86_64-deb9-linux.tar.xz

tar -xf ghc-8.10.2-x86_64-deb9-linux.tar.xz

rm ghc-8.10.2-x86_64-deb9-linux.tar.xz

cd ghc-8.10.2

./configure

sudo make install

Install libsodium

mkdir -p ~/src

cd ~/src

git clone https://github.com/input-output-hk/libsodium

cd libsodium

git checkout 66f017f1

./autogen.sh

./configure

make

sudo make install

Type (or add to .bashrc file)

export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=”/usr/local/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH”

export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=”/usr/local/lib/pkgconfig:$PKG_CONFIG_PATH”

 
Great! Next let’s download and build the Cardano Node
Download the Cardano Node

git clone https://github.com/input-output-hk/cardano-node.git

Change the working directory to the downloaded source code folder:

cd cardano-node

Check the latest version of Cardano Node and choose latest version  – place this instead of <VERSION> 

git fetch –all –recurse-submodules –tags

git tag

git checkout tags/<VERSION>

Configure Build Options

cabal configure –with-compiler=ghc-8.10.2

Build and Install the Node

cabal build all

Copy executables bin-path.sh cardano-node and cardano-cli to your .local/bin/ directory

cp -p “$(/path/to/cardano-node/scripts/bin-path.sh cardano-node)” ~/.local/bin/

cp -p “$(/path/to/cardano-node/scripts/bin-path.sh cardano-cli)” ~/.local/bin/

Test Cardano Version installed

cardano-cli –version

Run prerequisites – these commands will download all the json files necessary for the node to run.

For Mainnet install

wget https://hydra.iohk.io/job/Cardano/cardano-node/cardano-deployment/latest-finished/download/1/mainnet-config.json

wget https://hydra.iohk.io/job/Cardano/cardano-node/cardano-deployment/latest-finished/download/1/mainnet-byron-genesis.json

wget https://hydra.iohk.io/job/Cardano/cardano-node/cardano-deployment/latest-finished/download/1/mainnet-shelley-genesis.json

wget https://hydra.iohk.io/job/Cardano/cardano-node/cardano-deployment/latest-finished/download/1/mainnet-topology.json

Testnet install

wget https://hydra.iohk.io/job/Cardano/cardano-node/cardano-deployment/latest-finished/download/1/testnet-config.json

wget https://hydra.iohk.io/job/Cardano/cardano-node/cardano-deployment/latest-finished/download/1/testnet-byron-genesis.json

wget https://hydra.iohk.io/job/Cardano/cardano-node/cardano-deployment/latest-finished/download/1/testnet-shelley-genesis.json

wget https://hydra.iohk.io/job/Cardano/cardano-node/cardano-deployment/latest-finished/download/1/testnet-topology.json

Run the Node by running the code below:

FOR TESTNET

cardano-node run \

–topology testnet-topology.json \

–database-path ~/config/db \

–socket-path ~/config/db/node.socket \

–host-addr 0.0.0.0 \

–port 3001 \

–config testnet-config.json

FOR MAINNET

cardano-node run \

–topology mainnet-topology.json \

–database-path ~/mainconfig/db \

–socket-path ~/mainconfig/db/node.socket \

–host-addr 0.0.0.0 \

–port 3001 \

–config mainnet-config.json

Important ***Use relative paths i.e “~” the socket file and db directory will be created automatically.

Point socket path and database path to an empty directory of your choosing.

If the node exits with an error :

ERROR: cardano-node: symbol lookup error: cardano-node: undefined symbol: crypto_vrf_publickeybytes

export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=”/usr/local/lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH”

export PKG_CONFIG_PATH=”/usr/local/lib/pkgconfig:$PKG_CONFIG_PATH”

This error is caused by a missing path (libsodium).

Once your node is running it will look something like this.

Your node should start connecting.

Open a new Ubuntu terminal window with the node running in the background then:

(In the new terminal)

echo export CARDANO_NODE_SOCKET_PATH=”~/mainconfig/db/node.socket” >> $HOME/.bashrc

source $HOME/.bashrc

Query the node – check – takes a while for node to catch up to current transactions.

cardano-cli query tip –mainnet

Result will look something like this:

{

    “epoch”: Null,

    “hash”: “c8e0010c753b5e6ce284926def428498ded9064cd7f085f190494f8d2208f794”,

    “slot”: 17020929,

    “block”: 5107443,

    “era”: “Byron”

}

(use – testnet-magic 1097911063) for testnet install

If all is good well done, your Cardano Node is up and running! Leave it running and carry on to create your Token!

Hands, Clapping, Applause

Create Token

Faucet (cardano.org)  – for test ADA

If you are using Testnet you can get test ADA (Cardano cryptocurrency) from the link above for your test transactions. If you are using Mainnet, you will need to get some Ada into your digital wallet and transfer it later. You can use the Yoroi wallet which is approved for use with Cardano.

Next, we are going to create some security keys that are going to be necessary to create and sign our transactions on the network. Remember if you are on the mainnet, substitute –– — testnet-magic 1097911063 with –mainnet.

Generate verification and signing key

cardano-cli address key-gen \

–verification-key-file pay.vkey \

–signing-key-file pay.skey

Generate Payment Address – This is where you will send your testAda or Ada for your transactions.

cardano-cli address build \

–payment-verification-key-file pay.vkey \

–out-file pay.addr \

— testnet-magic 1097911063

For mainnet

cardano-cli address build \

–payment-verification-key-file pay.vkey \

–out-file pay.addr \

–mainnet

Check balance of Payment Address

more pay.addr -to display payment address

Will display the created payment address for example:

addr1vyjhgepw476vfr5qnr6q3s788qr8j0wsewqua7hfdx2sxqsnfkmxc

Check the address using the following command

cardano-cli query utxo –address addr_test1vq44equd73gx0c3kyxwuydlul7mhu5vc2s946ncas6jnnegruqyrt –-testnet-magic 1097911063

For Mainnet

cardano-cli query utxo –address addr1vyjhgepw476vfr5qnr6q3s788qr8j0wsewqua7hfdx2sxqsnfkmxc –mainnet

These commands will not work until your node reaches the "Shelley" area – So wait! It can take some time depending on your machine and connection.
Fund the payment address and check with:

cardano-cli query utxo –address addr1vyjhgepw476vfr5qnr6q3s788qr8j0wsewqua7hfdx2sxqsnfkmxc –mainnet

When you see your funds continue with:
Export Protocol parameters to a file to use later

cardano-cli  query protocol-parameters \

–mainnet \

–out-file protocol.json

Generate Policy

mkdir policy

cardano-cli address key-gen \
–verification-key-file policy/policy.vkey \
–signing-key-file policy/policy.skey

Create Policy Script File

touch policy/policy.script && echo “” > policy/policy.script

Populate the File

echo “{” >> policy/policy.script
echo ” \”keyHash\”: \”$(cardano-cli address key-hash –payment-verification-key-file policy/policy.vkey)\”,” >> policy/policy.script
echo ” \”type\”: \”sig\”” >> policy/policy.script
echo “}” >> policy/policy.script

Generate Policy ID

cardano-cli transaction policyid –script-file ./policy/policy.script >> policy/policyID

Great Stuff! We can now continue to add some Metadata to our token.

Create meta data

Create a file with cat >metadata.json

Fill in the variables in the metadata below.

PolicyID and your TokenName. You can find the policyID with the command – more policyID in the policy directory. Change the website and facebook details to your own.

Copy Meta Data below the line and paste in the metadata.json file you opened then cntrl z to exit.

———————————————————————————

{“721”:{

  “policyID“: {

    “TICKER”: {

      “name”: “TokenName“,

      “image”: “”,

      “nsfw”: “False”,

      “copyright”: “Copyright © PUW media Ltd 2021”,

      “Version”: “1”,

      “id”:”1″,

      “collection”: “”,

      “url”: “https://www.popupworld.co.uk&#8221;,

      “Facebook”: “https://www.facebook.com/popupworlduk&#8221;,

      “Twitter”: “https://twitter.com/Pop_Up_World&#8221;

    }

  }

 }

}

Build Transaction – next we need to build a transaction that will contain all the details of our token.

Here is the code. We will need to substitute our values into the code.

cardano-cli transaction build-raw \

–mary-era \
–fee 0 \
–tx-in $txhashlocationfunds#0 \
–tx-out $Receivepaymentaddress+0+”$Numberoftokens $policyidstring.$tokenname1” \
–mint “$Numberoftokens $policyidstring.$tokenname1” \
–metadata-json-file metadata.json \

–minting-script-file policy.script \
–out-file matx.raw

Source location of funds and enter Txhash into the transaction – You will need to fund the payment address to mint your token, check that the funds are available with the following command. (Use your own payment address).

cardano-cli query utxo –address addr1vyjhgepw476vfr5qnr6q3s788qr8j0wsewqua7hfdx2sxqsnfkmxc –mainnet

Result:

                           TxHash                                 TxIx        Amount

————————————————————————————–

a7c103185d5a01c2691873e79017110575be2898b6d3e612064167a09377f409     0        2000000 lovelace

d432cd314c173e7ecc96ee9f0bea08a5818aed0799f14c63d80984b0cd50ca36     0        1400000 lovelace

Substitute the details into the code above. Enter receive payment address (pay.addr) send to yourself first.

addr1vyjhgepw476vfr5qnr6q3s788qr8j0wsewqua7hfdx2sxqsnfkmxc

Enter Number of Tokens: eg: 77777000000

Add PolicyId string:  87a59599f8f47db431de642329a275cd4b297f21f1517af9db442cff

Add Token Name: YourTokenName

Enter Number of Tokens: 77777000000

Add PolicyId string:  87a59599f8f47db431de642329a275cd4b297f21f1517af9db442cff

Add Token Name: eg: YourTokenName

Code with all substitutions

cardano-cli transaction build-raw \

–mary-era \
–fee 0 \
–tx-in a7c103185d5a01c2691873e79017110575be2898b6d3e612064167a09377f409#0 \
–tx-out addr1vyjhgepw476vfr5qnr6q3s788qr8j0wsewqua7hfdx2sxqsnfkmxc+0+”77777000000 87a59599f8f47db431de642329a275cd4b297f21f1517af9db442cff.YourTokenName” \
–mint “77777000000 87a59599f8f47db431de642329a275cd4b297f21f1517af9db442cff.YourTokenName” \
–metadata-json-file metadata.json \

–minting-script-file policy.script \
–out-file matx.raw

Calculate minimum Fee – We need to calculate the fee required for this transaction.

Copy protocol.json into Policy folder

cp protocol.json policy

cardano-cli transaction calculate-min-fee \

–tx-body-file matx.raw \

–tx-in-count 1 \

–tx-out-count 1 \

–witness-count 2 \

–testnet-magic 1097911063\

–protocol-params-file protocol.json

**Remember mainnet for live

cardano-cli transaction calculate-min-fee \

–tx-body-file matx.raw \

–tx-in-count 1 \

–tx-out-count 1 \

–witness-count 2 \

–mainnet \

–protocol-params-file protocol.json

Result 196433 Lovelace

We now have the Fee 196433 we need to calculate the remaining Balance after subtracting the Fee. Where Funds is the amount of funds in the address.

Balance = Funds – Fee

Balance= 2000000 – 196433

expr 2000000 – 196433

Balance = 1803567

Insert Fee and Balance in a second transaction

Build transaction again with the fee and Balance

cardano-cli transaction build-raw \

–mary-era \
–fee 196433 \
–tx-in a7c103185d5a01c2691873e79017110575be2898b6d3e612064167a09377f409#0 \
–tx-out addr1vyjhgepw476vfr5qnr6q3s788qr8j0wsewqua7hfdx2sxqsnfkmxc+1803567+”77777000000 87a59599f8f47db431de642329a275cd4b297f21f1517af9db442cff.YourTokenName” \
–mint “77777000000 87a59599f8f47db431de642329a275cd4b297f21f1517af9db442cff.YourTokenName” \
–metadata-json-file metadata.json \

–minting-script-file policy.script \
–out-file matx.raw

Sign the transaction

cardano-cli transaction sign \

--signing-key-file pay.skey \

--signing-key-file policy.skey \

--mainnet \

--tx-body-file matx.raw \

--out-file matx.signed
Submit the transaction

cardano-cli transaction submit –tx-file  matx.signed –mainnet

**for testnet substitute –testnet-magic 1097911063

Query again to view newly minted tokens!

cardano-cli query utxo –address addr1vyjhgepw476vfr5qnr6q3s788qr8j0wsewqua7hfdx2sxqsnfkmxc –mainnet

 Result:

                           TxHash                                 TxIx        Amount

————————————————————————————–

0420abeb59cac0e8f92f63b4591c9a4cd3bb19d82456f5bcdeebe6de94faed11     0        1803567 lovelace + 77777000000 87a59599f8f47db431de642329a275cd4b297f21f1517af9db442cee.YourTokenName

d432cd314c173e7ecc96ee9f0bea08a5818aed0799f14c63d80984b0cd50ca36     0        1400000 lovelace

YAY! You have created your Token!

Next Register the token using OffChain Meta Data

Cardano uses an off chain registry to store metadata if you want to register your token follow the process below.

Download token-metadata-creator via github

git clone https://github.com/input-output-hk/offchain-metadata-tools.git

You need to install Nix to run the Off Chain Meta Data Tools

Install Nix

curl -L https://nixos.org/nix/install | sh

source $home/.nix-profile/etc/profile.d/nix.sh

Build Nix

nix-build -A project

Run Developer Shell

nix-shell default.nix -A shell

nix-build -A token-metadata-creator

Create a Metadata subject – this consists of base 16 encoded PolicyID and AssetName

87a59599f8f47db431de642329a275cd4b297f21f1517af9db442cee.TokenName is the asset we created previously.

Base 16 encode the asset name

echo -n “YourTokenName” | xxd -ps

result:

506f705570576f726c64

To create the Subject add PolicyID to Base 16 encoded asset name

87a59599f8f47db431de642329a275cd4b297f21f1517af9db442cee506f705570576f726c64

Create a Draft File using the created Subject

token-metadata-creator entry –init 87a59599f8f47db431de642329a275cd4b297f21f1517af9db442cee506f705570576f726c64

(run in the nix shell using nix-shell default.nix -A shell first)

This will create a draft file .json.draft

87a59599f8f47db431de642329a275cd4b297f21f1517af9db442cee506f705570576f726c64.json.draft

Add necessary fields

token-metadata-creator entry <your subject>

token-metadata-creator entry 87a59599f8f47db431de642329a275cd4b297f21f1517af9db442cee506f705570576f726c64 \

–name “YourTokenName” \

–description “Your Token Description” \

–policy policy.json

Then add the Ticker, Url and Logo

token-metadata-creator entry 87a59599f8f47db431de642329a275cd4b297f21f1517af9db442cee506f705570576f726c64 \

–ticker “TKK” \

  –url “https://www.popupworld.co.uk&#8221; \

  –logo “Logo.png

The PNG will be hashed in the draft file automatically keep the size down to kb

Sign the File

token-metadata-creator entry 87a59599f8f47db431de642329a275cd4b297f21f1517af9db442cee506f705570576f726c64 -a policy.skey

Finalise the submission

token-metadata-creator entry 87a59599f8f47db431de642329a275cd4b297f21f1517af9db442cee506f705570576f726c64 –finalize

YAY! You’ve created your offchain json file.

Now you need to submit the file to the Token Registry Via Github

Go to:

https://github.com/cardano-foundation/cardano-token-registry

Login to Github

Fork a copy of cardano-foundation/cardano-token-registry  to your account by clicking Fork in the top right corner.

Clone a local copy

git clone git@github.com:yourgithubusername/cardano-token-registry
cd cardano-token-registry

If you get error permission denied you will need to create SSH key.

Error: Permission denied (publickey) – GitHub Docs

You will need to generate a new SSH key and associate with Github

ssh-keygen -t ed25519 -C your_email@example.com
Enter file in which to save the key (/home/user1/.ssh/id_ed25519):   <Press Enter>
Enter passphrase (empty for no passphrase): <Enter a passphrase>
Enter same passphrase again: <enter Passphrase again>




Result:
Your identification has been saved in /home/user1/.ssh/id_ed25519
Your public key has been saved in /home/user1/.ssh/id_ed25519.pub




Copy Key to clipboard and place into Git hub

cd  ~/.ssh

more id_ed25519.pub

Result:
ssh-ed25519 AXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXAAAIE6ZoDY2AsjiQgvDgnOpf+uPn8swJ57mRsWRd3KP3RE1 Email@youremail.co.uk
Copy to clipboard cntrl C

In the upper-right corner of any GitHub page, click your profile photo, then click Settings.

Then on the left click SSH and GPG keys.

Click New SSH key or Add SSH key.

Clone from github if you received error.

git clone git@github.com:yourusername/cardano-token-registry
cd cardano-token-registry

Copy created json file to the mappings directory

cp 87a59599f8f47db431de642329a275cd4b297f21f1517af9db442cee506f705570576f726c64.json cardano-token-registry/mappings/

Commit to the repo

git add mappings/87a59599f8f47db431de642329a275cd4b297f21f1517af9db442cee506f705570576f726c64.json

  git config –global user.email “you@example.com”

  git config –global user.name “Your Name”

git commit -m "YourTokenName"
git push origin HEAD
Result:
remote: Resolving deltas: 100% (2/2), completed with 2 local objects.
Create a Pull request from the fork
Go to your github page cardano-foundation/cardano-token-registry
Click on pull requests
And create a new pull request from Cardano Foundation.
Fill in the pull request template:

Pull Request Template

Description

New Token to registry

Type of change

[x ] Metadata related change

 Other

Checklist:

[ X] For metadata related changes, this PR code passes the Github Actions metadata validation

And you’re done, YAY!!!

Congrats!! Follow the code below to transfer your tokens to a remote wallet.
You can send your created token to a remote wallet. (Not advisable to send to an exchange). You can download a Cardano compatible wallet here https://yoroi-wallet.com/#/
As before we need to build a transaction.

cardano-cli transaction build-raw \
–fee $fee \
–tx-in $txhash#$txix \
–tx-out $RemotewalletAdress+1000000+”NumberofTokens $policyidstring.TokenName” \

–tx-out $address+$output+”0 $policyidstring.TokenName”

–out-file rec_matx.raw

Substitute values into the transaction

fee=”0″
RemoteWalletAddress=addr1qxraf5j2q4znkpwxrd6xhcyntq5tq5kfkhg5vadjuun2eek82kmkpaf5ex803hx8r95p2u59yt9405uhwd0ps2pnhd9qzksqem
reciever_output (1 ADA)=”10000000″
txhash=” 0420abeb59cac0e8f92f63b4591c9a4cd3bb19d82456f5bcdeebe6de94faed11″
txix=”0″

The Transaction with substitutions:

cardano-cli transaction build-raw \
–fee 0 \
–tx-in 0420abeb59cac0e8f92f63b4591c9a4cd3bb19d82456f5bcdeebe6de94faed11#0 \
–tx-out addr1qxraf5j2q4znkpwxrd6xhcyntq5tq5kfkhg5vadjuun2eek82kmkpaf5ex803hx8r95p2u59yt9405uhwd0ps2pnhd9qzksqem+1000000 \
–out-file rec_matx.raw

Calculate Fees

cardano-cli transaction calculate-min-fee \

–tx-body-file rec_matx.raw \

–tx-in-count 1 \

–tx-out-count 1 \

–witness-count 2 \

–mainnet \

–protocol-params-file protocol.json

Result:

176149

Find remaining balance after the fee

cardano-cli query utxo –address addr1vyjhgepw476vfr5qnr6q3s788qr8j0wsewqua7hfdx2sxqsnfkmxc –mainnet

                           TxHash                                 TxIx        Amount

————————————————————————————–

0420abeb59cac0e8f92f63b4591c9a4cd3bb19d82456f5bcdeebe6de94faed11     0        1803567 lovelace + 77776000000 87a59599f8f47db431de642329a275cd4b297f21f1517af9db442cee.YourTokenName

d432cd314c173e7ecc96ee9f0bea08a5818aed0799f14c63d80984b0cd50ca36     0        1400000 lovelace

Balance = 1803567 – fee

Balance = 1803567 – 176149

Expr 1803567 – 176149

Balance = 1627418

The final transaction – enter the values into the transaction.

cardano-cli transaction build-raw \
–fee 176149 \
–tx-in 0420abeb59cac0e8f92f63b4591c9a4cd3bb19d82456f5bcdeebe6de94faed11#0 \
–tx-out addr1qxraf5j2q4znkpwxrd6xhcyntq5tq5kfkhg5vadjuun2eek82kmkpaf5ex803hx8r95p2u59yt9405uhwd0ps2pnhd9qzksqem+1627418+”77776000000 87a59599f8f47db431de642329a275cd4b297f21f1517af9db442cee.YourTokenName” \
–out-file rec_matx.raw

Sign the transaction

cardano-cli transaction sign –signing-key-file pay.skey –mainnet –tx-body-file rec_matx.raw –out-file rec_matx.signed

Send the transaction

cardano-cli transaction submit –tx-file rec_matx.signed –mainnet

Result:

Transaction successfully submitted.

Amazing! – Congrats – You have transferred your Token and ADA to a remote wallet.

Victory!

My name is Graham Jules, founder of Pop Up World. I hope this was useful to you. Please feel free to send any donations to:

addr1q9me9av2luyfw3r72qug7hhhrgujyfupgmateej6cuqn7mk82kmkpaf5ex803hx8r95p2u59yt9405uhwd0ps2pnhd9q3ye3tl

If you would like some free PopUpWorld tokens register at htpps://www.popupworld.co.uk and message us with your receive address.

Graham Jules – Pop Up World

Resources:

WSL | Ubuntu

Cardano Token Registry for On-chain Identifiers — Cardano Documentation 1.0.0 documentation

Cardano Token Registry Process – CatalystFUND3 Episode3 – YouTube

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