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uPlexa Library

A uPlexa library written in PHP for private payment processing.

How It Works

This library has 3 main parts:

  1. A uPlexa daemon JSON RPC API wrapper, daemonRPC.php
  2. A uPlexa wallet (uplexa-wallet-rpc) JSON RPC API wrapper, walletRPC.php
  3. A uPlexa/Cryptonote toolbox, cryptonote.php, with both lower level functions used in uPlexa related cryptography and higher level methods for things like generating uPlexa private/public keys.

In addition to these features, there are other lower-level libraries included for portability, eg. an ed25519 library, a SHA3 library, etc.


Documentation can be found in the /docs folder.



  • uPlexa daemon (uplexad)
  • Webserver with PHP, for example XMPP, Apache, or NGINX
    • cURL PHP extension for JSON RPC API(s)
    • GMP PHP extension for about 100x faster calculations (as opposed to BCMath)

Debian (or Ubuntu) are recommended.

Getting Started

  1. Start the uPlexa daemon (uplexad) on testnet.
uplexad --testnet --detach
  1. Start the uPlexa wallet RPC interface (uplexa-wallet-rpc) on testnet.
uplexa-wallet-rpc --rpc-bind-port 21065 --disable-rpc-login --wallet-dir /path/to/wallet/directory
  1. Edit example.php with your the IP address of uplexad and uplexa-wallet-rpc

  2. Serve example.php with your webserver (eg. XMPP, Apache/Apache2, NGINX, etc.) and navigate to it. If everything has been set up correctly, information from your uPlexa daemon and wallet will be displayed.

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