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Encry is a distributed digital asset platform supporting smart contracts in non turing-complete Prism language ( and custom asset issuing.

Related projects

PrismLang - Contract-oriented scripting language designed specially for EncryCore.


1) Running Latest release

At first, you should download latest release from this page, your target in EncryCore.jar. Make sure that you have a compatible Java Runtime Environment 1.8 or later (64-bit version, you can find official guide here). Once download is complete, you should navigate to the folder where EncryCore.jar is located and execute the following command:

$ java -jar EncryCore.jar

To run this app with additional configurations you should execute the following command:

$ java -jar EncryCore.jar file_with_your_configurations.conf

List of default configs you can find in:


2) Compiling from source

To run EncryCore node you need JRE 1.8 or later (64-bit version, you can find official guide here) and sbt(Simple build tool for scala and java applications, official guide) to be installed. If you running a Windows machine, please make sure, that you have git client installed.

Configuration file is src/main/resources/application.conf.


$ git clone

$ cd EncryCore

$ git checkout master

$ sbt run

Using node.

  • After successful installation using any of the described methods above you will have node CLI(command line interface) in opened terminal, description of the valid CLI commands can be found below.
  • Description of node's api can be found here

Interacting with CLI

You can interact with your node using command line interface. Note that generic command structure is:


If you just have installed node, to check that everything is fine you can run :

wallet createKey

Here is list of the other valid commands:

| Group name |   Command              |   Argument      |  Meaning
| node       |   shutdown             |   None          |  Shutdown the node
| node       |   stopMining           |   None          |  Node stops mining
| node       |   startMining          |   None          |  Node starts mining
| wallet     |   pubKeys              |   None          |  Print available public keys
| wallet     |   privKeys             |   None          |  Print available private keys
| wallet     |   addrs                |   None          |  Print available addresses
| wallet     |   createKey            |   None          |  Add key to storage
| wallet     |   balance              |   None          |  Show balance of current wallet
| wallet     |   transfer             |   addr, amount  |  Transfer `amount` to `addr`ess
| wallet     |   createToken          |   fee, amount   |  Creates new token
| wallet     |   createKey            |   None          |  Creates new account
| wallet     |   fromSeed             |   Seed          |  Creates new account from seed
| peer       |   removeFromBlackList  |   host, port    |  Remove peer from black list
| peer       |   addPeer              |   host, port    |  Add peer to 'knownPeers'
| peer       |   all                  |   None          |  Get all peers in the system
| peer       |   connected            |   None          |  Get all connected peers
| peer       |   banned               |   None          |  Get all banned peers
| peer       |   ban                  |   host, port    |  Ban peer
| app        |   info                 |   None          |  Show info about your node
| app        |   help                 |   None          |  Show all supported commands
| history    |   getTxById            |   Id            |  Get transaction by 'Id'
| history    |   getLastHeaders       |   Number        |  Get last 'Number' headers
| history    |   getLastHeaderIds     |   Number        |  Get header at height 'Number'
| history    |   getHeaderById        |   Id            |  Get header by 'Id'
| history    |   getFullBlock         |   Id            |  Get block by 'Id'
| history    |   getTxById            |   None          |  Get block candidate
| app        |   info                 |   None          |  Show info about your node
| app        |   help                 |   None          |  Show all supported commands

Running tests

$ sbt test


All contributions are made under the GNU General Public License v3. See LICENSE.


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