I have recently created a new ERC20 contract based on exactly the same internal function _mint which gets called by the public function mintFVP(). Originally these two functions were fully tested and eventually deployed on Mainnet and have worked as expected for almost two years. See the following two contracts:
The new ERC20 contract in concern was successfully deployed and fully tested on Ropsten. See the following address:
On December 29th, 2020, I was able to deployed the new ERC20 contract in concern on Mainnet via Remix. See https://etherscan.io/address/0xa2e7a0d1cfeda4d3977277265e205f6092d02e3b
Such contract was successfully verified and signed. See
However, I have not been able to see the function mintFVP() when I try to interact with it via Etherscan while connecting with Metamask using the Wallet Creator. See
I have posted a question on https://ethereum.stackexchange.com/questions/91981/token-contract-verified-and-signed-on-mainnet-does-not-show-mint-function but so far I have only gotten bullied by some idiot.
Is there anyone here who could shed some light on how to resolve this issue? The most embarrasing thing is that I have not been able to Update the Token Information via Etherscan Helpdesk. The tickets #120001 and #120314 have been opened and I have interacted with Mr./Ms. Raja C, but he/she has not been able to update the Token Information because since I have not been able to mint any tokens yet, they believe that the Contract is NOT a Token contract.