WalletShell - GUI wallet for TurtleCoin.
This wallet contains the basic functions required to manage your TurtleCoin assets:
- Wallet creation:
- Create new wallet.
- Import/recover from private keys OR mnemonic seed.
- Basic wallet operation/transactions:
- Open an existing wallet
- Display wallet address & balance
- Display & Backup private keys/seed
- Sending/transferring. Integrated Address or Payment ID are supported. Also provides address lookup from your addressbook.
- Transactions history listing/sorting/searching/detail.
- Incoming transaction notification.
- Export incoming, outgoing, or all transactions to csv file.
- Rescan wallet from specific block height.
- Perform wallet optimization.
- Utilities: generate payment id and integrated address.
- Address book:
- Add/Edit/Delete address entry.
- Listing/sorting/searching existing entries.
- Allow to store same wallet address with different payment id.
- Autosave address after sending to new/unknown recipient
- Allow to optionally create password protected address book.
Download & Run WalletShell
- Download the latest installer here: https://github.com/turtlecoin/turtle-wallet-electron/releases/latest
- Run the installer (
walletshell-<version>-win-setup.exe) and follow the installation wizard.
- Launch WalletShell via start menu or desktop shortcut.
- Download latest AppImage bundle here: https://github.com/turtlecoin/turtle-wallet-electron/releases/latest
- Make it executable, either via GUI file manager or command line, e.g.
chmod +x walletshell-<version>-linux.AppImage
- Run/execute the file, double click in file manager, or run via shell/command line (See: https://docs.appimage.org/user-guide/run-appimages.html)
- Download latest archive here: https://github.com/turtlecoin/turtle-wallet-electron/releases/latest
- Extract downloaded zip archived
- Run the executable binary (
Please visit our wiki page: WalletShell User Guide.
You need to have
npm installed, go to https://nodejs.org and find out how to get it installed on your platform.
Once you have Node+npm installed:
# assuming you're building it on GNU/Linux # first, download turtle-service binary for each platform # from TurtleCoin official repo # https://github.com/turtlecoin/turtlecoin/releases # extract the turtle-service executable somewhere # clone the repo $ git clone https://github.com/turtlecoin/turtle-wallet-electron $ cd turtle-wallet-electron # install dependencies $ npm install # create build+dist directory $ mkdir -p ./build && mkdir -p ./dist # copy/symlink icons from assets, required for packaging $ cp ./src/assets/icon.* ./build/ # build GNU/Linux package $ mkdir -p ./bin/lin $ cp /path/to/linux-version-of/turtle-service ./bin/lin/ $ npm run dist-lin # build Windows package (you need to have wine 2.0+ installed) $ mkdir -p ./bin/win $ cp /path/to/win-version-of/turtle-service.exe ./bin/win/ $ npm run dist-win # build OSX package $ mkdir -p ./bin/osx $ cp /path/to/osx-version-of/turtle-service ./bin/osx/ $ npm run dist-mac
Resulting packages or installer can be found inside
Porting for another coin
Please see this guide if you want to adapt WalletShell to be use for your own TurtleCoin fork.