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README.md

walnoot

Command line tool to get a quick look into your current crypto wallets. Integration with Coinigy. Plus you can add coins / number of coins manually via a simple .env file.

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1/ First version of usage:

  • clone this repo
  • cd into the repo folder ( probably $ cd walnoot )
  • copy .env.example to .env and edit the file

2A/ Run locally on your host OS:

  • run $ yarn or $ npm install to install dependencies
  • run $ yarn start to lint, build and run from the lib folder

2B/ Or use the provided Dockerfile

  • build the local docker image
    • docker build --tag webdevotion/node-12-yarn .
  • run the docker image:
    • docker run -v ${PWD}:/app --rm -it webdevotion/node-12-yarn /bin/sh

3/ Result

  • if build succeeds you should see a nice tabular overview of your cryptowallet
  • once build you can use the include wallet shell script
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