cli_wallet) that is installed along with the node software when installing a Peerplays node on a server. It's used as a way to store your Peerplays account keys locally, and as a way to interact with the Peerplays chain for account and asset related transactions. You can also use the CLI wallet to lookup information from the chain.
<Websocket Address>in the code above must be replaced with the address of some public node. The address will use the websocket or secure websocket protocol (
wss://respectively). Some node operators may have mapped their websocket address to a more friendly looking domain name which can be used here as well.
new >>>prompt. At this point you'll be asked to set a password. Here's what you'll see:
set_passwordfollowed by a password of your choice and hit enter. It will look like this:
locked >>>. At this point, the CLI wallet is locked and nobody can access it without the password you just set.
unlockcommand with your password and hit enter.
unlocked >>>. Your wallet is now unlocked and ready for use.
lockthe wallet and only
unlockwhen it’s needed.
lockand hit enter.
set_passwordto do so.
set_passwordand the new password, then hit enter.
gethelpcommand. Detailed explanations for most calls are available. For example:
helpcommand to get a list of all commands supported by the wallet. Note that you can use the
gethelpcommands even if the wallet is locked!