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GRS BlueWallet - A Groestlcoin & Lightning Wallet

GitHub tag CircleCI code style: prettier

Thin Groestlcoin Wallet. Built with React Native and Electrum.

Appstore Playstore

Website: GRS bluewallet

Community: telegram group

  • Private keys never leave your device
  • Lightning Network supported
  • SegWit-first. Replace-By-Fee support
  • Encryption. Plausible deniability
  • And many more features...


Please refer to the engines field in package.json file for the minimum required versions of Node and npm. It is preferred that you use an even-numbered version of Node as these are LTS versions.

To view the version of Node and npm in your environment, run the following in your console:

node --version && npm --version
  • In your console:
git clone
cd BlueWallet
npm install

Please make sure that your console is running the most stable versions of npm and node (even-numbered versions).

  • To run on Android:

You will now need to either connect an Android device to your computer or run an emulated Android device using AVD Manager which comes shipped with Android Studio. To run an emulator using AVD Manager:

  1. Download and run Android Studio
  2. Click on "Open an existing Android Studio Project"
  3. Open build.gradle file under BlueWallet/android/ folder
  4. Android Studio will take some time to set things up. Once everything is set up, go to Tools -> AVD Manager.
  5. Click on "Create Virtual Device..." and go through the steps to create a virtual device
  6. Launch your newly created virtual device by clicking the Play button under Actions column

Once you connected an Android device or launched an emulator, run this:

npx react-native run-android

The above command will build the app and install it. Once you launch the app it will take some time for all of the dependencies to load. Once everything loads up, you should have the built app running.

  • To run on iOS:
npx pod-install
npm start

In another terminal window within the BlueWallet folder:

npx react-native run-ios
  • To run on macOS using Mac Catalyst:
npm run maccatalystpatches

Once the patches are applied, open Xcode and select "My Mac" as destination.


npm run test




We accept translations via Transifex

To participate you need to:

  1. Sign up to Transifex
  2. Find BlueWallet project
  3. Send join request
  4. After we accept your request you will be able to start translating! That's it!

Please note the values in curly braces should not be translated. These are the names of the variables that will be inserted into the translated string. For example, the original string "{number} of {total}" in Russian will be "{number} из {total}".

Transifex automatically creates Pull Request when language reaches 100% translation. We also trigger this by hand before each release, so don't worry if you can't translate everything, every word counts.


Builds automated and tested with BrowserStack

Bugs reported via BugSnag


Found critical bugs/vulnerabilities? Please email them Thanks!


Groestlcoin thin client for iOS & Android. Built with React Native



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