Say thanks with OCEAN or ETH:
Say thanks with BTC:
- show Ocean Token balances from a list of Ethereum account addresses
- show a total balance of all account balances
- convert those balances against multiple currencies
- re-fetches everything automatically every minute
- balances are fetched directly from the OceanToken contract on-chain via infura.io & ethjs
- spot prices are fetched from coingecko.com API
- detects dark appearance setting and switches to dark theme automatically (macOS only)
- detects system accent color and uses it as primary color (macOS & Windows only)
- Touch Bar support (macOS only)
- detects system locale for number formatting
- currently highly optimized for macOS, your mileage on Windows or Linux may vary
You can download pre-built binaries for macOS, Linux, and Windows from the Releases page.
The binaries are not code-signed so opening them on macOS will result in a warning. To be able to get around this warning:
- Right-click on the app icon, and choose Open
- In the dialog, click Open
Alternatively, you can build the app on your system.
Clone, and run:
# Clone this repository git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:kremalicious/blowfish.git cd blowfish # Install dependencies npm install # Run the app in dev mode npm start
The app has a settings screen where you can add your account addresses.
When building the app yourself, you can configure more in the
||Array defining the currencies the Ocean balance is converted to. Every currency listed here will appear in the ticker buttons.|
||Defines the interval prices and balances are refetched.|
||Contract address of the Ocean Token. You should not change this.|
npm run build
Will build and package the app into platform specific packages for macOS, Windows & Linux.
From a clean
main branch, running the release task will do the following:
- bumps the project version
- creates a Git tag
- commits and pushes everything
- creates a GitHub release with commit messages as description
- adds freshly build binaries for macOS, Windows & Linux as assets to each GitHub release
npm run release
For the GitHub releases steps a GitHub personal access token, exported as
GITHUB_TOKEN is required. Setup
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