The Glif Wallet is a Filecoin web wallet built with Next.js that allows you to:
- send and receive Filecoin with your Ledger device
- create test accounts to send small amounts of FIL
- import accounts with seed phrases and private keys (SECURITY NOTICE: this is unsecure and is for testing and sending small amounts. If you need to recover an account, do it offline.)
The Glif Vault is a (currently limited functionality) Filecoin web multisig wallet that allows users to:
- view available and vesting balances
- withdraw available balances from a multisig to another Filecoin address
- change owners of a multisig wallet
- remove a PL signer of a multisig wallet
The Vault currently only supports multisigs that are 1:1 (1 signer, 1 required signature threshold). It can only be used with a Ledger device.
Support and audits
This project was funded by a Filecoin Ecosystem Grant from Protocol Labs. The wallet functionality has been audited by a 3rd party security auditor. The multisig (Vault) functionality has not been audited yet.
npm install npm run dev
Environment variables to export:
Glif follows semantic versioning.
- When releasing critical bug fixes we make a patch release by changing the z number (e.g. 1.3.2 to 1.3.3).
- When releasing new features or non-critical fixes, we make a minor release by changing the y number (e.g. 1.3.3 to 1.4.0).
- When releasing breaking changes, we make a major release by changing the x number (e.g. 1.4.0 to 2.0.0).
A number of modules have been broken out into packages in this modules repo.
- Filecoin wallet provider
- Filecoin number type
- Filecoin message type
- Filecoin address type
- Filecoin react-components
Filecoin module package local development
In order to develop packages locally and see the changes live in this local wallet repository, the npm link tool can be used to symlink to the packages in your local modules repo.
Package linking is a two-step process.
First, from your local package folder, run:
Next, from this main wallet repository, run:
npm link @glif/<package-name>
for example, use
npm link @glif/react-components to symlink the
react-components package to your local version. See the npm link docs for details.