Pew Pew is a Bitcoin SV transaction shooter, it quickly sends a lot of transactions to a Bitcoin SV address.
It's useful for stress testing and debugging realtime Bitcoin applications.
Pew Pew currently requires a Bitcoin node.
npm install pewpew-bitcoin
First generate the keys in a secure location
mkdir shooter-keys cd shooter-keys pewpew generate
Fund the address that appears on screen. If you ever need to refer back to this address, run
Check your balance
Split large utxos into many smaller utxos
pewpew fire 1Jpgfg9fFNKVVGxYgUhuKhdbxTSKBUnVf4
Usage: [options] [command] Options: -V, --version output the version number -h, --help output usage information Commands: generate Generate address address Display address balance Display balance for address utxos Display utxos for address split [options] Split utxos in preparation for firing fire [options] <address> [number] Fire Pew Pew, sending num Bitcoin transactions to an address Usage: $ pewpew generate $ pewpew address $ pewpew split $ pewpew fire 1Jpgfg9fFNKVVGxYgUhuKhdbxTSKBUnVf4
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is my private key?
Your private key is generated on a .bit file in your local directory. If you put funds on it, please back it up.
How do I connect to a remote node?
Use the environment variables below to change the node information
RPC_HOST=127.0.0.1 RPC_USER=root RPC_PASS=bitcoin PEER_HOST=127.0.0.1 pewpew fire 1Jpgfg9fFNKVVGxYgUhuKhdbxTSKBUnVf4
How do I change the number of transactions I'm sending?
Specify the number after the address
pewpew fire 1Jpgfg9fFNKVVGxYgUhuKhdbxTSKBUnVf4 20
How do I change the amount of satoshis I'm sending?
Specify the --satoshis flag
pewpew fire --satoshis 600 1Jpgfg9fFNKVVGxYgUhuKhdbxTSKBUnVf4
Why are my transactions getting rejected?
Probably because the fee is too low, try sending a lower satoshi amount.
Disclamer: This is new and experimental code, don't send a lot of money without testing first
- UTXO calculation could be much better, should calculate optimal size
- Add RPC_PORT env variable