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This is the command I'm using to update the authority of my NFT at address 9ZgNKyB7qoqpEeMmQqxg9MNJASCb5S9rc2sLN7ZbZ9w8:

spl-token authorize 9ZgNKyB7qoqpEeMmQqxg9MNJASCb5S9rc2sLN7ZbZ9w8 mint B3wYtZY9fLXB2oxfXdNaDEGBY8tsUP6X5YAQ5sRDiyn8

When I run this, I get the error owner not match. How can I fix this?

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Make sure that you default keypair is 7gwDGBvtCJUmLrWu9cSyirBfMmMNqP9xfH8DrgKsMvpK.

You can check it by using:

solana address 

and if you have the keypair somewhere else you can also call

spl-token authorize 

with

-k yourKeyPair.json
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    Yes it is the same, then also getting this issue. Jan 11 at 17:43
  • What are you actually planning to do? Looks like this is an nft so the max supply will be 1 any way and 7gwDGBvtCJUmLrWu9cSyirBfMmMNqP9xfH8DrgKsMvpK is the only wallet that would be able to update the meta data.
    – Jonas H.
    Jan 11 at 18:14
  • I'm trying to update the mint and freeze authority for the nft Jan 11 at 19:37
  • Do I need to sign from mint authority key ? Or what exactly is the update authority? Is it required for updating metadata of the NFT? Jan 11 at 19:50

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