- Open a terminal and navigate into your Aion kernel folder.
- Use the following commands to create a new account, make sure you include the network. For example, if you want to create an account for the
./aion.sh -n amity -a create
- The kernel will ask you to enter the password:
Please enter a password: Please re-enter your password:
- Then an account is created, save your public address somewhere:
A new account has been created: 0xa0afad82790c7a00a55c60594e6317ab94337aa0580c6e2282444d83d95922b5 The account was stored in: ./amity/keystore
- You can export your account by running the following command, replacing
0xa0a...with your public address:
./aion.sh -n amity -a export 0xa0a...
- Enter your password:
Searching for account in: ./amity/keystore Please enter your password: Your private key is: 0x0e0e...
Make sure to save your private key somewhere safe and never expose it to anyone else.
If you ever forget what your public address is, run this command to view all the accounts listed within the keystore:
./aion.sh -n amity -a l > All accounts from: ./amity/keystore > 0xa0575851a8ec20a6e1c9ed5ccdf15590704622919067e5af7ef82b246dd5c880
- Navigate to wherever you unpackaged your Aion Rust node:
cd ~/aion_rust ls > aion amity amity.sh custom custom.sh libs mainnet mainnet.sh mastery mastery.sh
- Create an account, with a specific network. For example on the Amity Test Network:
./amity.sh account new
- Enter a password for this account and confirm it:
> please type password: > please repeat password:
- The Rust kernel will output your public key:
If you want to see the private key of an account run the following steps:
- List the available accounts within the keystore:
./amity.sh account list > 0xa03f0682a605bd7529c9ab655fb62878a1528c099acb60889abf585d0a445071
- Copy the public key to your clipboard.
- Call the
export-to-keyto get the private key for that account:
./amity.sh account export-to-key 0xa03f0682a605bd7529c9ab655fb62878a1528c099acb60889abf585d0a445071
- The kernel will output the private key to that account after you enter the password used when creating the account:
> please type password: > Your private key is: 0x96f9a21a9e37554128a8fc82bc9e4296f391035bcae87c3a8205a206ffaccf434c6ec723a7b30f6161aa836dc833ecfff93ff5dfbad5cfb8d106112239824de9
You can use the
call function to show all the keys stored within this kernel's keystore:
./amity.sh account list > 0xa03f0682a605bd7529c9ab655fb62878a1528c099acb60889abf585d0a445071 > 0xa0915f5c6deac82078a3818f910b42ec50cd0cea2459a08f48a2dcf73ed1c599
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