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Frontend Vue application for the AVA wallet
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AVA Wallet

This is the frontend Vue.js application for the AVA Wallet.



  1. Clone the repo git clone
  2. Go to root of the project cd wallet-site
  3. Install javascript dependencies with npm install.
  4. Copy the example file .env.example, and rename it .env. Fill the variables with the correct values. Refer to the ENV FILES section for additional help.

ENV Files

Make sure to read the official Vue environment variables document to get an understanding of how it works for development and production ( Vairables beginning with VUE_APP_ will get injected into the vue application.

Refer to .env.example

  • VUE_APP_AVA_IP The ip address of the Gecko jrpc node.
  • VUE_APP_AVA_PORT The port of the Gecko jrpc node.
  • VUE_APP_AVA_PROTOCOL Either http or https
  • VUE_APP_NETWORK_ID What is the network id of the AVA network you are connecting to.
  • VUE_APP_CHAIN_ID The blockchain id of the AVA Network you are connecting to.

Make sure to rebuild the project using npm run serve after changing the .env file.

Running The Project

In order for the wallet to work, it needs the AVA network to operate on.

  1. Make sure you have installed and able to run a Gecko node properly.
  2. Run the project with hot reloading npm run serve

When you go to the website on your browser, you might get a warning saying "Site is not secure". This is because we are signing our own SSL Certificates. Please ignore and continue to the website.


  1. Setup environment variables for production
  2. Compile and minify to have a production ready application with npm run build.
  3. Serve from the /dist directory.

Browser Support

We suggest using Google Chrome to view the AVA Wallet website.

Firefox and https

Firefox does not allow https requests to localhost. But the AVA Wallet uses https by default, so we will need to change this to http. Make this switch by editing the vue.config.js file in the root directory and change

devServer: {
    https: true


devServer: {
    https: false

and run npm run serve to reflect the change.

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