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The full-node software implementation of the Terra blockchain.

Project Status: Active – The project has reached a stable, usable state and is being actively developed. GitHub release (latest by date)

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Terra Core reference · Installation · Go API · Rest API · Finder · Station

What is Terra?

Terra is a public, open-source, decentralized blockchain hosting a vibrant ecosystem of decentralized applications and top-tier developer tools. The Terra Core is the full-node software implementation of the Terra blockchain, powered by the Cosmos SDK and Tendermint BFT consensus.

To learn more about Terra, visit the Terra Docs site.

Install Terra Core

For a complete guide on hardware requirements, installing Terra Core, running a full node, and joining a network, visit the Terra node tutorial.

Interact with Terra

To interact with the Terra blockchain without running a full node, use Station, Terra's official interchain wallet.

Developers who want to interact with the blockchain directly without running a full node can use Terrad, the Terra blockchain's CLI and node daemon. Visit the Terra Docs for more information on installing and using Terrad.

Start Developing

To start developing on Terra, visit the Developer's guide. The Tool guide covers Terra's development suite.

  • Terrain: Terra’s all-in-one development environment, providing front-end and smart contract scaffolding for your dApp.
  • LocalTerra: A zero-configuration testing environment containerized with Docker.
  • Feather.js: JavaScript SDK.
  • Faucet: Get testnet Luna.
  • Finder: Block explorer.

Set up a testing environment

The easiest way to set up a local testing environment is to run LocalTerra, a zero-configuration complete testing environment. If you want something more sophisticated, use the make init-test-framework command which will start two local nodes connected with a relayer.


Official Website · Discord · Telegram · Twitter · Station
Developer Discord · Developer Telegram · Agora Forum


If you are interested in contributing to the Terra Core source code, please review the code of conduct.


© 2023 Terraform Labs, PTE LTD
This software is licensed under the Apache 2.0 license.