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UAL for EOSIO Reference Authenticator

This authenticator is meant to be used with the EOSIO Reference Authenticator Apps and the Universal Authenticator Library.


About EOSIO Labs

EOSIO Labs repositories are experimental. Developers in the community are encouraged to use EOSIO Labs repositories as the basis for code and concepts to incorporate into their applications. Community members are also welcome to contribute and further develop these repositories. Since these repositories are not supported by Block.one, we may not provide responses to issue reports, pull requests, updates to functionality, or other requests from the community, and we encourage the community to take responsibility for these.

Getting Started

yarn add ual-eosio-reference-authenticator


  • All apps must follow the Manifest Specification

  • You must use one of the UAL renderers below.

    • React - ual-reactjs-renderer

    • PlainJS - ual-plainjs-renderer

Basic Usage with React

import { EOSIOAuth } from 'ual-eosio-reference-authenticator'
import { UALProvider, withUAL } from 'ual-reactjs-renderer'

const exampleNet = {
  chainId: '',
  rpcEndpoints: [{
    protocol: '',
    host: '',
    port: '',

const App = (props) => <div>{JSON.stringify(props.ual)}</div>
const AppWithUAL = withUAL(App)

const eosioAuth = new EOSIOAuth([exampleNet], { appName: 'Example App' })

<UALProvider chains={[exampleNet]} authenticators={[eosioAuth]}>
  <AppWithUAL />

Supported Environments

The UAL EOSIO Reference Authenticator is currently supported on the following environments and their required options are listed below:

  • Chrome Desktop Browser - EOSIO Reference Chrome Extension Authenticator App
    • Required option: appName
    • Optional option: securityExclusions
    const securityExclusions = {
      addAssertToTransactions: false
    const eosioAuth = new EOSIOAuth([exampleNet], { appName: 'Example App', securityExclusions })
  • iOS - EOSIO Reference iOS Authenticator App
    • Required options: appName, protocol
    • Optional option: securityExclusions
    const securityExclusions = {
      addAssertToTransactions: false
    const eosioAuth = new EOSIOAuth([exampleNet], { appName: 'Example App', protocol: 'eosio', securityExclusions })


Contributing Guide

Code of Conduct




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Wallets and related components are complex software that require the highest levels of security. If incorrectly built or used, they may compromise users’ private keys and digital assets. Wallet applications and related components should undergo thorough security evaluations before being used. Only experienced developers should work with this software.




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