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box-turtle

web wallet in a box

Note: Don't port forward your wallet, or you will lose everything. If you dont know what port forwarding is, you dont have to worry.

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You can see a demo of what your wallet will look like Here

If you have never made a TRTL wallet, download the latest release of TurtleCoin and move the turtle-service file to the same folder as your box turtle. Then, you can generate a new wallet by copy and pasting these commands:

Note: If you need help with any of these steps, head on down to the Official TurtleCoin discord server! They are very friendly and will gladly help you.

Windows:

On Windows, all you have to do is run the start.bat file!

Linux/Mac:

On Linux/Mac, all you have to do is run the start.sh file!

TL;DR

This setup guide tells you how to go from zero to running a full TurtleCoin wallet in no time!

Additional Information

Alternatively, you can use --daemon-address 127.0.0.1 to use a local TurtleCoind you've got open.

If you want to change the RPC password, set it in the config.js file and in the --rpc-password

Make sure you are using a version of turtle-service that supports the --enable-cors arg, launch walletd with --help to verify.

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