@kaista82_twitter I appreciate all your help. managed to get the reference issue resolved. I have hit another wall with regards to "intrinsic gas too low" whichg deals with Eth.DeployContract.SendRequestAsync
I had to play around with using web3 and web3Geth... You led me onto the right track.
This is the line im using : var transactionHash = await web3.Eth.DeployContract.SendRequestAsync(abi, byteCode, senderAddress, multiplier); Where I passed the parameter multiplier , didnt specify an overload for gas
Its strange that when I ran the tutorial code in visual code it never had that error... What I am trying to do now is integrate the code into into an asp.net website to see if i can make it more user friendly
Yes they were exactly the same contract.... I was just copy/pasting code from the tutorial i was able to run in visual code into visual studio.. Though visual code uses the Solidity and visual studio is suing the nethereum web3 and geth