Hello, before you start, you are required to read the previous article about the core concept of Vexanium between accounts and wallet folders here, so there is no confusion> http://learn.vexanium.com/article/core-concept/
Account / Account is the name of the account in the Vexanium blockchain usually in the form of 12 characters and only in letters 1-5, accounts (accounts) That can be owned through authorization by individuals or groups (Multi Signature) depending on the permission configuration on the account
Wallet (Folder) or Folder that holds the key in the form of Public Key and Private Key that may Ideally Wallet or wallet has a status of locked (encrypted) and not locked (decrypted) which is protected by a high entropy password. , one Wallet Folder can have several accounts (accounts) from 1 to hundreds of accounts in one wallet, Inside the Wallet there will be Public Key and Private key
Public Key: VEX232321222ereer (Public Key starts with VEX in front)
Private Key: 5Kk933kk (Public Key usually starts with number 5)
Next, don’t forget to skip and have already installed Binary from Vexanium at this URL> http://learn.vexanium.com/article/pers preparation-start/
The wallet is a repository of key-private key pairs. The private key is needed to validate the operations performed on the blockchain. Wallet is accessed using CLI Cleos.
Step 1: Create a Wallet / Development Wallet
The first step is to create a wallet / Wallet Folder (directory). Use cleos wallet create to create a new “default” wallet using the –to-console option for simplicity.
If you use cleos in production, it’s better to use –to-file so your wallet password isn’t in your bash history. For development purposes and because this is development and not production key – to-console does not pose a security threat.
./cleos wallet create --to-console
after entering this Cleos Command Line Interface (CLI) you will get a password. Save this password which you will need for the next tutorial. Password / password is local / offline if you lose it you have to make a new wallet development, the result will be like this, PW5k …. your password is your wallet directory
Creating wallet: default Save password to use in the future to unlock this wallet. Without password imported keys will not be retrievable. "PW5Kewn9L76X8Fpd....................t42S9XCw2"
Step 2: Open the Wallet / Wallet Directory
The wallet is closed by default when starting the keosd instance, to start, run the following command
./cleos wallet open
Run this command to return to the wallet / wallet list that has already been made
./cleos wallet list