oxen-wallet-cliwe must first have the daemon,
oxend, up and running. The
oxendis your node which the
oxen-wallet-clibroadcasts through. Without the node running the
oxen-wallet-cliwill not be able to operate.
oxendfile in the folder you extracted the release from. In most cases you will have the following security dialog box pop up.
oxendto open by moving your cursor to the top-left of your screen, clicking the apple logo, and then clicking on system preferences.
Security & Privacybutton, check in this new screen that the
oxendfile was blocked, if it was you should be confident to click “Open Anyway”.
allowto give the software permission to run.
oxen-wallet-cliit will request for you to specify a wallet name. For the purposes of this user guide we will use the example name
MyWalletthe following text will appear in our terminal. Type in
Yesto confirm your wallet name.
oxen-wallet-clihas now generated us a wallet called
MyWalletand is now prompting us for a password for our generated wallet.
1and clicking enter.
oxen-wallet-cliwill generate and spit out several lines of text. Some of the information that was outputted will only ever show once, therefore it is very important to do this next section properly otherwise we may lose access to our account, thus losing access to our funds.
Generated new walletshows your public address. This address can be shared and will be used to receive $OXEN to your wallet. All Oxen public addresses start with an
L....and are followed with a string of characters. The public address shown will be your primary address however multiple public addresses can be generated from this primary address.
addresswill re-display it whenever required.