@juanfranblanco: another issue, unrelated: how is it possible that Nethereum.Core.Signing.Crypto.EthECKey.GenerateKey() is returning an NBitcoin type? by looking at latest master, this is not the case, so then I'm wondering if you should push a new version of NEthereum.Portable to nuget?
@olibd redirect to debug window it is mainly for Visual Studio (Windows), I have not tested it in Visual Studio Mac. But yeah normal CLI dotnet test works on both Linux and Mac without the debug output.
@juanfranblanco you don't believe this error could be testrpc failing to iniate on my machine? Because this is extremely weird bug, and I'm kinda stuck. I can confirm that node is in the path and an other instance is not running on this port preventing the launch of test rpc
@juanfranblanco thank you for your help. I did as you said and I can confirm that there is not problem with the testrpc itself. The issue was on my end, cause by multithreading resulting web3 trying to call the testrpc before the instance was actually running.
note: We are calling web3.Eth.DeployContract.SendRequestAsync(string abi, string contractByteCode, string from, HexBigInteger gas, params object values); with "params object values" being null. This works with other contracts like the samples you give in your tutorials, but not with this contract.