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    @ledgerhq/hw-app-btc

    Ledger Hardware Wallet BTC JavaScript bindings. Also supports many altcoins.


    Are you adding Ledger support to your software wallet?

    You may be using this package to communicate with the Bitcoin Nano App.

    For a smooth and quick integration:

    • See the developers’ documentation on the Developer Portal and
    • Go on Discord to chat with developer support and the developer community.

    API

    Table of Contents

    Btc

    Bitcoin API.

    Parameters

    • transport Transport
    • scrambleKey (optional, default "BTC")

    Examples

    import Btc from "@ledgerhq/hw-app-btc";
    const btc = new Btc(transport)

    getWalletXpub

    Get an XPUB with a ledger device

    Parameters
    • arg {path: string, xpubVersion: number} derivation parameter* path: a BIP 32 path of the account level. e.g. 84'/0'/0'
      • xpubVersion: the XPUBVersion of the coin used. (use @ledgerhq/currencies if needed)

    Returns Promise<string> XPUB of the account

    getWalletPublicKey

    Parameters
    • path string a BIP 32 path

    • opts {verify: boolean?, format: AddressFormat?}?

    • options an object with optional these fields:* verify (boolean) will ask user to confirm the address on the device

      • format ("legacy" | "p2sh" | "bech32" | "bech32m" | "cashaddr") to use different bitcoin address formatter.NB The normal usage is to use:* legacy format with 44' paths

      • p2sh format with 49' paths

      • bech32 format with 84' paths

      • cashaddr in case of Bitcoin Cash

    Examples
    btc.getWalletPublicKey("44'/0'/0'/0/0").then(o => o.bitcoinAddress)
    btc.getWalletPublicKey("49'/0'/0'/0/0", { format: "p2sh" }).then(o => o.bitcoinAddress)

    Returns Promise<{publicKey: string, bitcoinAddress: string, chainCode: string}>

    signMessageNew

    You can sign a message according to the Bitcoin Signature format and retrieve v, r, s given the message and the BIP 32 path of the account to sign.

    Parameters
    Examples
    btc.signMessageNew_async("44'/60'/0'/0'/0", Buffer.from("test").toString("hex")).then(function(result) {
    var v = result['v'] + 27 + 4;
    var signature = Buffer.from(v.toString(16) + result['r'] + result['s'], 'hex').toString('base64');
    console.log("Signature : " + signature);
    }).catch(function(ex) {console.log(ex);});

    Returns Promise<{v: number, r: string, s: string}>

    createPaymentTransactionNew

    To sign a transaction involving standard (P2PKH) inputs, call createTransaction with the following parameters

    Parameters
    • arg CreateTransactionArg
    • inputs is an array of [ transaction, output_index, optional redeem script, optional sequence ] where* transaction is the previously computed transaction object for this UTXO
      • output_index is the output in the transaction used as input for this UTXO (counting from 0)
      • redeem script is the optional redeem script to use when consuming a Segregated Witness input
      • sequence is the sequence number to use for this input (when using RBF), or non present
    • associatedKeysets is an array of BIP 32 paths pointing to the path to the private key used for each UTXO
    • changePath is an optional BIP 32 path pointing to the path to the public key used to compute the change address
    • outputScriptHex is the hexadecimal serialized outputs of the transaction to sign, including leading vararg voutCount
    • lockTime is the optional lockTime of the transaction to sign, or default (0)
    • sigHashType is the hash type of the transaction to sign, or default (all)
    • segwit is an optional boolean indicating wether to use segwit or not. This includes wrapped segwit.
    • initialTimestamp is an optional timestamp of the function call to use for coins that necessitate timestamps only, (not the one that the tx will include)
    • additionals list of additionnal options* "bech32" for spending native segwit outputs
      • "bech32m" for spending segwit v1+ outputs
      • "abc" for bch
      • "gold" for btg
      • "bipxxx" for using BIPxxx
      • "sapling" to indicate a zec transaction is supporting sapling (to be set over block 419200)
    • expiryHeight is an optional Buffer for zec overwinter / sapling Txs
    • useTrustedInputForSegwit trust inputs for segwit transactions. If app version >= 1.4.0 this should be true.
    Examples
    btc.createTransaction({
    inputs: [ [tx1, 1] ],
    associatedKeysets: ["0'/0/0"],
    outputScriptHex: "01905f0100000000001976a91472a5d75c8d2d0565b656a5232703b167d50d5a2b88ac"
    }).then(res => ...);

    Returns Promise<string> the signed transaction ready to be broadcast

    signP2SHTransaction

    To obtain the signature of multisignature (P2SH) inputs, call signP2SHTransaction_async with the folowing parameters

    Parameters
    • arg SignP2SHTransactionArg
    • inputs is an array of [ transaction, output_index, redeem script, optional sequence ] where* transaction is the previously computed transaction object for this UTXO
      • output_index is the output in the transaction used as input for this UTXO (counting from 0)
      • redeem script is the mandatory redeem script associated to the current P2SH input
      • sequence is the sequence number to use for this input (when using RBF), or non present
    • associatedKeysets is an array of BIP 32 paths pointing to the path to the private key used for each UTXO
    • outputScriptHex is the hexadecimal serialized outputs of the transaction to sign
    • lockTime is the optional lockTime of the transaction to sign, or default (0)
    • sigHashType is the hash type of the transaction to sign, or default (all)
    Examples
    btc.signP2SHTransaction({
    inputs: [ [tx, 1, "52210289b4a3ad52a919abd2bdd6920d8a6879b1e788c38aa76f0440a6f32a9f1996d02103a3393b1439d1693b063482c04bd40142db97bdf139eedd1b51ffb7070a37eac321030b9a409a1e476b0d5d17b804fcdb81cf30f9b99c6f3ae1178206e08bc500639853ae"] ],
    associatedKeysets: ["0'/0/0"],
    outputScriptHex: "01905f0100000000001976a91472a5d75c8d2d0565b656a5232703b167d50d5a2b88ac"
    }).then(result => ...);

    Returns Promise<Array<string>> the signed transaction ready to be broadcast

    splitTransaction

    For each UTXO included in your transaction, create a transaction object from the raw serialized version of the transaction used in this UTXO.

    Parameters
    • transactionHex string
    • isSegwitSupported (boolean | null | undefined) (optional, default false)
    • hasTimestamp (optional, default false)
    • hasExtraData (optional, default false)
    • additionals Array<string> (optional, default [])
    Examples
    const tx1 = btc.splitTransaction("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");

    Returns Transaction

    serializeTransactionOutputs

    Parameters
    Examples
    const tx1 = btc.splitTransaction("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");
    const outputScript = btc.serializeTransactionOutputs(tx1).toString('hex');

    Returns Buffer

    impl

    Definition: A "normal path" is a prefix of a standard path where all the hardened steps of the standard path are included. For example, the paths m/44'/1'/17' and m/44'/1'/17'/1 are normal paths, but m/44'/1' is not. m/'199/1'/17'/0/1 is not a normal path either.

    There's a compatiblity issue between old and new app: When exporting the key of a non-normal path with verify=false, the new app would return an error, whereas the old app would return the key.

    See https://github.com/LedgerHQ/app-bitcoin-new/blob/master/doc/bitcoin.md#get_extended_pubkey

    If format bech32m is used, we'll not use old, because it doesn't support it.

    When to use new (given the app supports it)

    • format is bech32m or
    • path is normal or
    • verify is true

    Otherwise use old.

    BtcNew

    This class implements the same interface as BtcOld (formerly named Btc), but interacts with Bitcoin hardware app version 2+ which uses a totally new APDU protocol. This new protocol is documented at https://github.com/LedgerHQ/app-bitcoin-new/blob/master/doc/bitcoin.md

    Since the interface must remain compatible with BtcOld, the methods of this class are quite clunky, because it needs to adapt legacy input data into the PSBT process. In the future, a new interface should be developed that exposes PSBT to the outer world, which would render a much cleaner implementation.

    Parameters

    • ``

    getWalletXpub

    This is a new method that allow users to get an xpub at a standard path. Standard paths are described at https://github.com/LedgerHQ/app-bitcoin-new/blob/master/doc/bitcoin.md#description

    This boils down to paths (N=0 for Bitcoin, N=1 for Testnet): M/44'/N'/x'/** M/48'/N'/x'/y'/** M/49'/N'/x'/** M/84'/N'/x'/** M/86'/N'/x'/**

    The method was added because of added security in the hardware app v2+. The new hardware app will allow export of any xpub up to and including the deepest hardened key of standard derivation paths, whereas the old app would allow export of any key.

    This caused an issue for callers of this class, who only had getWalletPublicKey() to call which means they have to constuct xpub themselves:

    Suppose a user of this class wants to create an account xpub on a standard path, M/44'/0'/Z'. The user must get the parent key fingerprint (see BIP32) by requesting the parent key M/44'/0'. The new app won't allow that, because it only allows exporting deepest level hardened path. So the options are to allow requesting M/44'/0' from the app, or to add a new function "getWalletXpub".

    We opted for adding a new function, which can greatly simplify client code.

    Parameters
    • $0 {path: string, xpubVersion: number}

      • $0.path
      • $0.xpubVersion

    Returns Promise<string>

    getWalletPublicKey

    This method returns a public key, a bitcoin address, and and a chaincode for a specific derivation path.

    Limitation: If the path is not a leaf node of a standard path, the address will be the empty string "", see this.getWalletAddress() for details.

    Parameters

    Returns Promise<{publicKey: string, bitcoinAddress: string, chainCode: string}>

    createPaymentTransactionNew

    Build and sign a transaction. See Btc.createPaymentTransactionNew for details on how to use this method.

    This method will convert the legacy arguments, CreateTransactionArg, into a psbt which is finally signed and finalized, and the extracted fully signed transaction is returned.

    Parameters

    Returns Promise<string>

    BtcOld

    Bitcoin API.

    Parameters

    • ``

    Examples

    import Btc from "@ledgerhq/hw-app-btc";
    const btc = new Btc(transport)

    getWalletPublicKey

    Parameters
    • path string a BIP 32 path

    • opts {verify: boolean?, format: AddressFormat?}?

    • options an object with optional these fields:* verify (boolean) will ask user to confirm the address on the device

      • format ("legacy" | "p2sh" | "bech32" | "cashaddr") to use different bitcoin address formatter.NB The normal usage is to use:* legacy format with 44' paths

      • p2sh format with 49' paths

      • bech32 format with 173' paths

      • cashaddr in case of Bitcoin Cash

    Examples
    btc.getWalletPublicKey("44'/0'/0'/0/0").then(o => o.bitcoinAddress)
    btc.getWalletPublicKey("49'/0'/0'/0/0", { format: "p2sh" }).then(o => o.bitcoinAddress)

    Returns Promise<{publicKey: string, bitcoinAddress: string, chainCode: string}>

    signMessageNew

    You can sign a message according to the Bitcoin Signature format and retrieve v, r, s given the message and the BIP 32 path of the account to sign.

    Parameters
    Examples
    btc.signMessageNew_async("44'/60'/0'/0'/0", Buffer.from("test").toString("hex")).then(function(result) {
    var v = result['v'] + 27 + 4;
    var signature = Buffer.from(v.toString(16) + result['r'] + result['s'], 'hex').toString('base64');
    console.log("Signature : " + signature);
    }).catch(function(ex) {console.log(ex);});

    Returns Promise<{v: number, r: string, s: string}>

    createPaymentTransactionNew

    To sign a transaction involving standard (P2PKH) inputs, call createTransaction with the following parameters

    Parameters
    • arg CreateTransactionArg
    • inputs is an array of [ transaction, output_index, optional redeem script, optional sequence ] where* transaction is the previously computed transaction object for this UTXO
      • output_index is the output in the transaction used as input for this UTXO (counting from 0)
      • redeem script is the optional redeem script to use when consuming a Segregated Witness input
      • sequence is the sequence number to use for this input (when using RBF), or non present
    • associatedKeysets is an array of BIP 32 paths pointing to the path to the private key used for each UTXO
    • changePath is an optional BIP 32 path pointing to the path to the public key used to compute the change address
    • outputScriptHex is the hexadecimal serialized outputs of the transaction to sign
    • lockTime is the optional lockTime of the transaction to sign, or default (0)
    • sigHashType is the hash type of the transaction to sign, or default (all)
    • segwit is an optional boolean indicating wether to use segwit or not
    • initialTimestamp is an optional timestamp of the function call to use for coins that necessitate timestamps only, (not the one that the tx will include)
    • additionals list of additionnal options* "bech32" for spending native segwit outputs
      • "abc" for bch
      • "gold" for btg
      • "bipxxx" for using BIPxxx
      • "sapling" to indicate a zec transaction is supporting sapling (to be set over block 419200)
    • expiryHeight is an optional Buffer for zec overwinter / sapling Txs
    • useTrustedInputForSegwit trust inputs for segwit transactions
    Examples
    btc.createTransaction({
    inputs: [ [tx1, 1] ],
    associatedKeysets: ["0'/0/0"],
    outputScriptHex: "01905f0100000000001976a91472a5d75c8d2d0565b656a5232703b167d50d5a2b88ac"
    }).then(res => ...);

    Returns Promise<string> the signed transaction ready to be broadcast

    signP2SHTransaction

    To obtain the signature of multisignature (P2SH) inputs, call signP2SHTransaction_async with the folowing parameters

    Parameters
    • arg SignP2SHTransactionArg
    • inputs is an array of [ transaction, output_index, redeem script, optional sequence ] where* transaction is the previously computed transaction object for this UTXO
      • output_index is the output in the transaction used as input for this UTXO (counting from 0)
      • redeem script is the mandatory redeem script associated to the current P2SH input
      • sequence is the sequence number to use for this input (when using RBF), or non present
    • associatedKeysets is an array of BIP 32 paths pointing to the path to the private key used for each UTXO
    • outputScriptHex is the hexadecimal serialized outputs of the transaction to sign
    • lockTime is the optional lockTime of the transaction to sign, or default (0)
    • sigHashType is the hash type of the transaction to sign, or default (all)
    Examples
    btc.signP2SHTransaction({
    inputs: [ [tx, 1, "52210289b4a3ad52a919abd2bdd6920d8a6879b1e788c38aa76f0440a6f32a9f1996d02103a3393b1439d1693b063482c04bd40142db97bdf139eedd1b51ffb7070a37eac321030b9a409a1e476b0d5d17b804fcdb81cf30f9b99c6f3ae1178206e08bc500639853ae"] ],
    associatedKeysets: ["0'/0/0"],
    outputScriptHex: "01905f0100000000001976a91472a5d75c8d2d0565b656a5232703b167d50d5a2b88ac"
    }).then(result => ...);

    Returns Promise<Array<string>> the signed transaction ready to be broadcast

    CreateTransactionArg

    Type: {inputs: Array<[Transaction, number, (string | null | undefined), (number | null | undefined)]>, associatedKeysets: Array<string>, changePath: string?, outputScriptHex: string, lockTime: number?, sigHashType: number?, segwit: boolean?, initialTimestamp: number?, additionals: Array<string>, expiryHeight: Buffer?, useTrustedInputForSegwit: boolean?, onDeviceStreaming: function (arg0: {progress: number, total: number, index: number}): void?, onDeviceSignatureRequested: function (): void?, onDeviceSignatureGranted: function (): void?}

    Properties

    AddressFormat

    address format is one of legacy | p2sh | bech32 | cashaddr

    Type: ("legacy" | "p2sh" | "bech32" | "bech32m" | "cashaddr")

    AccountType

    Encapsulates differences between account types, for example p2wpkh, p2wpkhWrapped, p2tr.

    spendingCondition

    Generates a scriptPubKey (output script) from a list of public keys. If a p2sh redeemScript or a p2wsh witnessScript is needed it will also be set on the returned SpendingCondition.

    The pubkeys are expected to be 33 byte ecdsa compressed pubkeys.

    Parameters

    Returns SpendingCondition

    setInput

    Populates the psbt with account type-specific data for an input.

    Parameters
    • i number The index of the input map to populate
    • inputTx (Buffer | undefined) The full transaction containing the spent output. This may be omitted for taproot.
    • spentOutput SpentOutput The amount and spending condition of the spent output
    • pubkeys Array<Buffer> The 33 byte ecdsa compressed public keys involved in the input
    • pathElems Array<Array<number>> The paths corresponding to the pubkeys, in same order.

    Returns void

    setOwnOutput

    Populates the psbt with account type-specific data for an output. This is typically done for change outputs and other outputs that goes to the same account as being spent from.

    Parameters
    • i number The index of the output map to populate
    • cond SpendingCondition The spending condition for this output
    • pubkeys Array<Buffer> The 33 byte ecdsa compressed public keys involved in this output
    • paths Array<Array<number>> The paths corresponding to the pubkeys, in same order.

    Returns void

    getDescriptorTemplate

    Returns the descriptor template for this account type. Currently only DefaultDescriptorTemplates are allowed, but that might be changed in the future. See class WalletPolicy for more information on descriptor templates.

    Returns DefaultDescriptorTemplate

    SingleKeyAccount

    Extends BaseAccount

    Superclass for single signature accounts. This will make sure that the pubkey arrays and path arrays in the method arguments contains exactly one element and calls an abstract method to do the actual work.

    getTaprootOutputKey

    Calculates a taproot output key from an internal key. This output key will be used as witness program in a taproot output. The internal key is tweaked according to recommendation in BIP341: https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/blob/master/bip-0341.mediawiki#cite_ref-22-0

    Parameters

    • internalPubkey Buffer A 32 byte x-only taproot internal key

    Returns Buffer The output key

    AppClient

    This class encapsulates the APDU protocol documented at https://github.com/LedgerHQ/app-bitcoin-new/blob/master/doc/bitcoin.md

    Parameters

    • transport Transport

    ClientCommandInterpreter

    This class will dispatch a client command coming from the hardware device to the appropriate client command implementation. Those client commands typically requests data from a merkle tree or merkelized maps.

    A ClientCommandInterpreter is prepared by adding the merkle trees and merkelized maps it should be able to serve to the hardware device. This class doesn't know anything about the semantics of the data it holds, it just serves merkle data. It doesn't even know in what context it is being executed, ie SignPsbt, getWalletAddress, etc.

    If the command yelds results to the client, as signPsbt does, the yielded data will be accessible after the command completed by calling getYielded(), which will return the yields in the same order as they came in.

    Parameters

    • progressCallback function (): void

    MerkelizedPsbt

    Extends PsbtV2

    This class merkelizes a PSBTv2, by merkelizing the different maps of the psbt. This is used during the transaction signing process, where the hardware app can request specific parts of the psbt from the client code and be sure that the response data actually belong to the psbt. The reason for this is the limited amount of memory available to the app, so it can't always store the full psbt in memory.

    The signing process is documented at https://github.com/LedgerHQ/app-bitcoin-new/blob/master/doc/bitcoin.md#sign_psbt

    Parameters

    Merkle

    This class implements the merkle tree used by Ledger Bitcoin app v2+, which is documented at https://github.com/LedgerHQ/app-bitcoin-new/blob/master/doc/merkle.md

    Parameters

    MerkleMap

    This implements "Merkelized Maps", documented at https://github.com/LedgerHQ/app-bitcoin-new/blob/master/doc/merkle.md#merkleized-maps

    A merkelized map consist of two merkle trees, one for the keys of a map and one for the values of the same map, thus the two merkle trees have the same shape. The commitment is the number elements in the map followed by the keys' merkle root followed by the values' merkle root.

    Parameters

    • keys Array<Buffer> Sorted list of (unhashed) keys
    • values Array<Buffer> values, in corresponding order as the keys, and of equal length

    WalletPolicy

    The Bitcon hardware app uses a descriptors-like thing to describe how to construct output scripts from keys. A "Wallet Policy" consists of a "Descriptor Template" and a list of "keys". A key is basically a serialized BIP32 extended public key with some added derivation path information. This is documented at https://github.com/LedgerHQ/app-bitcoin-new/blob/master/doc/wallet.md

    Parameters

    • descriptorTemplate DefaultDescriptorTemplate
    • key string

    extract

    This implements the "Transaction Extractor" role of BIP370 (PSBTv2 https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/blob/master/bip-0370.mediawiki#transaction-extractor). However the role is partially documented in BIP174 (PSBTv0 https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/blob/master/bip-0174.mediawiki#transaction-extractor).

    Parameters

    Returns Buffer

    finalize

    This roughly implements the "input finalizer" role of BIP370 (PSBTv2 https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/blob/master/bip-0370.mediawiki). However the role is documented in BIP174 (PSBTv0 https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/blob/master/bip-0174.mediawiki).

    Verify that all inputs have a signature, and set inputFinalScriptwitness and/or inputFinalScriptSig depending on the type of the spent outputs. Clean fields that aren't useful anymore, partial signatures, redeem script and derivation paths.

    Parameters

    • psbt PsbtV2 The psbt with all signatures added as partial sigs, either through PSBT_IN_PARTIAL_SIG or PSBT_IN_TAP_KEY_SIG

    Returns void

    clearFinalizedInput

    Deletes fields that are no longer neccesary from the psbt.

    Note, the spec doesn't say anything about removing ouput fields like PSBT_OUT_BIP32_DERIVATION_PATH and others, so we keep them without actually knowing why. I think we should remove them too.

    Parameters

    writePush

    Writes a script push operation to buf, which looks different depending on the size of the data. See https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Script#Constants

    Parameters

    • buf BufferWriter the BufferWriter to write to
    • data Buffer the Buffer to be pushed.

    PsbtV2

    Implements Partially Signed Bitcoin Transaction version 2, BIP370, as documented at https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/blob/master/bip-0370.mediawiki and https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/blob/master/bip-0174.mediawiki

    A psbt is a data structure that can carry all relevant information about a transaction through all stages of the signing process. From constructing an unsigned transaction to extracting the final serialized transaction ready for broadcast.

    This implementation is limited to what's needed in ledgerjs to carry out its duties, which means that support for features like multisig or taproot script path spending are not implemented. Specifically, it supports p2pkh, p2wpkhWrappedInP2sh, p2wpkh and p2tr key path spending.

    This class is made purposefully dumb, so it's easy to add support for complemantary fields as needed in the future.

    serializeTransactionOutputs

    Parameters

    Examples

    const tx1 = btc.splitTransaction("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");
    const outputScript = btc.serializeTransactionOutputs(tx1).toString('hex');

    Returns Buffer

    SignP2SHTransactionArg

    Type: {inputs: Array<[Transaction, number, (string | null | undefined), (number | null | undefined)]>, associatedKeysets: Array<string>, outputScriptHex: string, lockTime: number?, sigHashType: number?, segwit: boolean?, transactionVersion: number?}

    Properties

    TransactionInput

    TransactionOutput

    Transaction

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