Development Wallet Configuration¶
Remvault are repositories of public-private key pairs. Private keys are needed to sign operations performed on the blockchain.
Remvault are accessed using
Step 1: Create a Default Wallet¶
To create a wallet use command
remcli wallet create.
remcli in production, it’s wise to instead use
--to-file so your wallet password is not in your bash history.
For development purposes you can use
$ remcli wallet create --to-console
remcli should return you a password:
Creating wallet: default Save password to use in the future to unlock this wallet. Without password imported keys will not be retrievable. "PW5JKxKgwfjVeDL7Reqg9RcHn**********Qkg9Taev5S1EKAduff"
Default wallet will be saved to
Step 2: Open and Unlock Wallet¶
Wallets are closed by default when starting a
remvault instance. To begin, run the following:
$ remcli wallet open
Now, that your wallet is open, you’ll need to unlock it by using password that we generate below. To unlock your wallet, enter following command:
$ remcli wallet unlock
Than, enter the password.
You can use flag
--password and unlock wallet by command:
$ remcli wallet unlock --password PW5JKxKgwfjVeDL7Reqg9RcHn**********Qkg9Taev5S1EKAduff
The console prints out that your default wallet is unlocked:
Step 3: Generate a private key¶
The following command will generate a private key.
$ remcli wallet create_key
Step 6: Import the Development Key¶
$ remcli wallet import
You’ll be prompted for a private key, enter the
rem development key provided below
It will return something like:
imported private key for: EOS6MRyAjQq8ud7hVNYcfnVPJqcVpscN5So8BhtHuGYqET5GDW5CV