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Send Transaction

Make sure you initialize Blocto SDK first
Once your app is connected to Blocto wallet, it can send transactions on behalf of the user, with the user's permission.
In order to send a transaction, the app must:
  • Create an unsigned transaction or transactions.
  • Have it be signed by the user's Blocto wallet.
  • Send it with Blocto custom JSON-RPC.
For more information about the transactions on Solana, it is recommended to check out the solnet as well as the official Solana docs.

Plain Transaction

For plain transactions (no dApp-side signing involved), you can just create transaction with solnet and sign-and-send the transaction with SignAndSendTransaction method.
var address = "SOLANA_ADDRESS";
var transaction = new Transaction();
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... // transaction manipulation
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bloctoWalletProvider.SignAndSendTransaction(address, transaction, txhash => {
Debug.Log($"Tx hash: {txhash}");
});

Partial Sign Transaction

For transactions involving dApp-side signing, first, you need to convert the transaction to our wallet-compatible format by calling ConvertToProgramWalletTransaction, and sign the instructions with your keys, then sign and send the partial-signed transaction with our SignAndSendTransaction method.
var address = "SOLANA_ADDRESS";
var wallet = new Wallet(_mnemonicWords);
var signer = wallet.GetAccount(1);
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var transaction = new Transaction();
... // transaction manipulation
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var convertedTransaction = bloctoWalletProvider.ConvertToProgramWalletTransaction(address, transaction);
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convertedTransaction.PartialSign(new List<Account>{ signer });
bloctoWalletProvider.SignAndSendTransaction(address, convertedTransaction, txhash => {
Debug.Log($"Tx hash: {txhash}");
});
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