I have created a contract for the crowdsale, everything was fine, even the token was showing up on Etherscan.
I have extended the finalize date and now the token has dissapered from Etherscan and the contract doesn’t get verified.
I tried verifying by adding the:
SafeMatchLibEth with relevant address (it was the only contract I managed to verify from received contracts, by the way)
and the message I get is:
Note: Contract was created during Txn# [0x2044b7c73fdc315935e12ef7da0ff81aea9a3f1aae64b2ff0c160bbdf74322da]
** Result: Does not match the input creation bytecode found at this address**
Sorry! The Compiled Contract ByteCode for ‘MintedTokenCappedCrowdsaleExt’ does NOT match the Contract Creation Code for [0xF86Ad18397738C076fC644bdebdF7a77e9Ab2fBC].
Contract name(s) found: ‘CrowdsaleExt’ , ‘ERC20’ , ‘ERC20Basic’ , ‘FinalizeAgent’ , ‘FractionalERC20Ext’ , ‘Haltable’ , ‘MintableTokenExt’ , ‘MintedTokenCappedCrowdsaleExt’ , ‘Ownable’ , ‘PricingStrategy’ , ‘SafeMath’ , ‘SafeMathLibExt’ , ‘StandardToken’
Unable to Verify Contract source code.
Tip: The Contract appears to have been compiled with Optimization=NO, but you have set Optimization=Yes for the source code verification.
I have optimization to ON in the contract
It’s the GLOB tokens with the token address:
and the crowdsale address:
Now the crowdsale seems very untrusted.
Is there something I’m doing wrong?
Thank you and best regards,