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@brenner.eth
What if you just want to sign some data you’re proving you created, and don’t want a recipient? If that’s my use case, is EAS not the right tool for the job? (The ts sdk seems to expect a recipient in the data)
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You can have no recipient attestations Another option is just to attest to yourself Here’s a sample of a no recipient attestation we made using the ts sdk: https://optimism.easscan.org/offchain/attestation/view/0x5c40f3903a9f0bb201a13ec69b31f259f0393af91b747789de06af46e56b141a
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Off chain attestation?
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