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Litemint is an open source, noncustodial, bespoke Stellar wallet for gamers and collectors. By leveraging the Stellar blockchain, Litemint enhances the user experience with asset ownership (NFT and collectibles) and decentralized micro-transactions.
Check out the litemint-api to integrate your app to Litemint.
Send, receive and trade (SDEX) any digital asset. Litemint is peer-to-peer, secure and friendly.
Your account keys always stay with you! Litemint accounts are standard, secure and compatible with all mainstream stellar services and hardware wallets. They implement mnemonic with BIP-39, universal private key derivation with SLIP-0010 and SEP-0005 and can be recovered and imported independently.
Litemint allows third-party apps and games to run seamlessly from within the wallet while also delivering monetizable content such as tradable collectibles and items through dedicated shopping services. Litemint boasts of the first real-world implementation of decentralized cross-currency in-app purchases using path payments.
- Wallet Website: https://litemint.com/
- Discord: https://litemint.gg
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/LitemintHQ
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/litemint
- Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/litemint
- Web App: https://litemint.app/
- Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.litemint.app
- Blog: https://blog.litemint.com/
- Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/user/blockonomy
- Interactive Analytics report: latest report.
Building it Yourself
Optionally, you can install jsdoc if you want the build script to generate the code documentation.
Download the latest Litemint source from releases.
Export the compiler and compressor paths. On the command line, run the following commands:
export COMPILER=path/to/closure-compiler.jar export COMPRESSOR=path/to/yui-compressor.jar
Alternatively, you can use the
--compressorcommand line flags (see example below).
At the root of this project, run the following command (by default, the release build is copied to the
Or use the following command to use your debug build configuration and generate the output to
./build.sh --debug --out=debug
Or use the following command to build and generate the jsdoc documentation (jsdoc must be in the path):
Or use the following command to specify the compiler and compressor paths:
./build.sh --compiler=path/to/closure-compiler.jar --compressor=path/to/yui-compressor.jar
Got mad skills? You are welcome to contribute to Litemint!
Development on Litemint happens directly on this GitHub repository and external contributors are welcome to send pull requests which will be reviewed and discussed.
Please take a look at the Code of Conduct to learn more.
Trying to report a possible security vulnerability in Litemint? For the safe disclosure of security bugs and information about our bounty program, please send an email to email@example.com.
Litemint source code is released under the MIT License.
Copyright (c) 2021 Frederic Rezeau, aka 오경진
Copyright (c) 2021 Litemint LLC
LITEMINT LLC owns all Litemint-related trademarks, service marks, and graphic logos and the names of all Litemint projects are trademarks of LITEMINT LLC.
Build on the shoulders of giants!
Elliptic (Elliptic Curve Cryptography)
|Local Modifications||Modified to expose the hash cryptography primitives|
aes-js (Advanced Encryption Standard)
|License||Apache License 2.0|