I use the following code:

        _outcome: "0x1",
        tx: { to: _market },
    }, function (error, shareToken) { 
        console.log(error, shareToken); 

This returns:

Error: invalid argument 0: json: cannot unmarshal hex string of odd length into Go struct field CallArgs.to of type common.Address at parseEthereumResponse (/Users/jasperdegooijer/Documents/flux/initial-testing/augur-client/node_modules/ethrpc/src/decode-response/parse-ethereum-response.js:8:47)

This is the exact same code that's showed in the augur documentation: https://docs.augur.net/#market-call-api

I'm linking to a YesNoMarket address, maybe that's what causing the error? If so how'd I get the ShareToken addresses of a YesNoMarket? I also tried adding from to the tx object but this didn't help.


Solved this by creating a new market and with the exact same code this worked like a charm!

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