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README.md

Waellet

CircleCI GitHub version Current total lines. License. Aeternity aepp

Waellet is a browser extension that allows you to interact with Aeternity blockchain in your browser.

We see Waellet as user’s first choice wallet when it comes to interacting with dApps hosted on different blockchains. Build around aeternity, Waellet is to become a tool that enables users to pay for different services without the need to worry about the network of the particular dApp – this will happen in a decentralized and cryptographic secure way through integration with the WeiDex – decentralized exchange.

Currently, Waellet is still in beta and under heavy development. Last week we on-boarded three more people to work along with Milen, pushing to bring you our best vision of the wallet as soon as possible.

Download

We recommend installing the stable release via your browser's add-on store.

Firefox Chrome / Brave / Opera / Edge
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or see instructions below how to build it from source.

Build

Clone the master branch of this repo.

$ git clone https://github.com/waellet/waellet.git
$ cd waellet

Build locally

$ npm install
$ npm run build

Develop locally

$ npm install
$ npm run watch:dev

Running tests

$ npm install
$ npm run test

Adding to browser via local build

  • Chromium based (Chrome, Brave, Opera)
  1. Open chrome/brave browser Preferences -> More tools > Extensions
  2. Make sure Developer mode is On in the right corner.
  3. Click Load unpacked button and select the generated dist folder in the cloned repo.
  • Firefox
  1. Open the Firefox menu and select Add-ons section.
  2. Click the Tools for all add-ons button and select Debug Add-ons
  3. Click Load a temorary add-on navigate to the generated dist folder in the cloned repo and select the manifest.json file.

Security

If you discover a security vulnerability within this application, please send an e-mail to hello@waellet.com. All security vulnerabilities will be promptly addressed.

Contribution

Contributions are more than welcome.

If you spot an issue while testing/using the waellet - submit an issue

If you want to help us with building this amazing project submit your PR!

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