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Bitski Node Provider

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A Bitski powered Web3 provider for Node environments, and App Wallet.

Installation

npm install --save bitski-node

Basic Usage

Start by importing the SDK, as well as Web3. Then, create the provider by calling getProvider() and pass it to Web3. The only required parameter is a client id.

const Bitski = require("bitski-node");
const Web3 = require("web3");

// Create bitski provider
const provider = Bitski.getProvider("YOUR CLIENT ID");

// Create web3 instance
const web3 = new Web3(provider);

Usage with App Wallet

If you have an App Wallet, or want to use anything that requires an account you need to pass in your client credentials. You can create these from the developer portal.

const Bitski = require("bitski-node");
const Web3 = require("web3");

// Configure options
const options = {
  credentials: {
    id: 'YOUR CREDENTIAL ID',
    secret: 'YOUR CREDENTIAL SECRET'
  }
};

// Pass options with the provider
const provider = Bitski.getProvider("YOUR CLIENT ID", options);
const web3 = new Web3(provider);

Using other networks

To use a Bitski wallet with a custom chain, you can create a network configuration and pass that in:

const network = {
  rpcUrl: 'http://localhost:9545',
  chainId: 9,
}
const provider = bitski.getProvider({ network: network });

This works great for development blockchains, sidechains, and more.

Usage with Truffle

As of truffle v5, you can easily deploy contracts using your Bitski App Wallet. Configure your truffle.js to supply a provider like this:

//truffle.js
const { ProviderManager } = require('bitski-node');

const manager = new ProviderManager('YOUR-CREDENTIAL-ID', 'YOUR-CREDENTIAL-SECRET');

module.exports = {
  networks: {
    live: {
      network_id: '1',
      provider: () => {
        return manager.getProvider('mainnet');
      }
    },
    rinkeby: {
      network_id: '4',
      provider: () => {
        return manager.getProvider('rinkeby');
      }
    }
  }
};

Report Vulnerabilities

Bitski provides a “bug bounty” to engage with the security researchers in the community. If you have found a vulnerability in our product or service, please submit a vulnerability report to the Bitski security team.

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