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This is an example of running a transfer transaction via Transit wallet providers (currently works via Scatter Desktop only).

Demo (Video)

Transit demo video

Demo (Try it yourself) (Make sure you have scatter configured as per below)


The demo is configured to connect to one of the the EOS New York test networks (PennStation).

In order to interact with the demo, you'll need to:
A. Have Scatter Desktop installed
B. Add the PennStation network to Scatter desktop
C. Add the "eostransitio" to scatter.

A. Have Scatter Desktop installed

Can be downloaded here:

B. Add the PennStation network to Scatter desktop

Go into the Scatter settings, then:

  1. Click Networks.
  2. Add a new network
  3. Use the following details as shown in the picture below:
    - Name: EOSIO
    - Name: Penn
    - Host:
    - Protocol: https
    - Port: 7101
    - ChainID: cf057bbfb72640471fd910bcb67639c22df9f92470936cddc1ade0e2f2e7dc4f

Scatter - add network

C. Add the "eostransitio" to scatter.

  1. Click "Add Keys" Scatter - add network
  2. Click "Import Key" Scatter - add network
  3. Click "Text" Scatter - add network
  4. Paste the following private key "5HsFbNxsRAxPimCakneKtnDnidoj6fQf9uSEMuUiJw2VqkB2i4W" Scatter - add network
  5. Name the account "EOSTransit demo account" Scatter - add network

That it you should be ready to test

Developer Quick start


Make sure you have yarn installed.


  1. Install the dependencies.

    Note that before eos-transit, eos-transit-scatter-provider and eos-transit-stub-provider are published, they are managed by lerna along with packages themselves. That means, before running the examples, lerna should wire up all the dependencies and instead of running yarn install manually from this folder, the following commands should be run from the project root:

    $ yarn bootstrap
    $ yarn build-packages

    This will make lerna install all the necessary dependencies.

  2. Start the development server with (from this example folder root this time):

    $ yarn start
  3. Access the server at localhost:3300 (or whatever PORT you configured to run the development server for create-react-app).

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