Echo console lets you add multiple private keys to an encrypted file.
To enter this mode add the flag
--configure-keys to Echo node.
On the first run, when keys file wasn't created yet, you would need to specify a password which will be used to encrypt future keys. This is done by calling
set_password command and entering your secret passphrase. You can change your password using the same command. When the keys file is already generated password should be entered to unlock the keys file using the
To add a new key, you would need to call either
To exit the console, use the
exit. In the case that you don't want to save any changes, use the
You can type help in Echo Console to get more information.
Set password to access to key configure.
The new password for key configure
Add echorand key to key configure.
The account for the key to be added.
The echorand key for the account to be added.
add_echorand_key 1.2.20 5HwpXsbr189pLqgMjprA5xGvYXXGUQxtFr4KFTk4QfPdppaYBD7
Add sidechain key to key configure.
The Account for the key to be added.
The bitcoin key for the account to be added. Must be WIF compressed format.
The ethereum key for the account to be added.
add_sidechains_keys 1.2.20 L1aW4aubDFB7yfras2S1mN3bqg9nwySY8nkoLmJebSLD5BWv3ENZ 2f0204146707c571c2db7bcf4a706f7b91b09b72e569374ca84fed395b2e897c
Remove echorand key by account from key configure.
The account whose echorand key will be removed.
Remove echorand key by key from key configure.
The echorand key whose will be removed.
Remove sidechain key by account from key configure.
The account whose sidechain key will be removed.
Remove sidechain key by bitcoin key from key configure.
The bitcoin key contained in the sidechain key whose will be removed.
Remove sidechain key by ethereum key from key configure.
The ethereum key contained in the sidechain key whose will be removed.
The list of all added accounts.
The list of all exist commands and them descriptions.