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    Arweave Deploy that saves you data costs.


    • No file size limit.
    • No amount of files limit.
    • Doesn't upload files that you have already uploaded.

    How to use

    arkb runs using NodeJS and NPM. You must have both installed on your machine for it to work.

    Install arkb:

    yarn global add arkb # recommended


    npm install -g arkb

    Note: The installation of arkb needs node >=15.11.0 or you will get an error when using arkb. To manage multiple active nodejs, we recommend you have nvm installed on your computer, then you can switch different node in a simple command.

    And run:

    arkb help

    Note: If you are planning to upload large batches of data transactions to the Arweave network, it is strongly advised that you use the --use-bundler option instead of regular deploy to avoid transaction failures. You can read about bundles and their advantages on the Arwiki.

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                        ?88        ?88
                         88b        88b
     d888b8b    88bd88b  888  d88'  888888b
    d8P' ?88    88P'  `  888bd8P'   88P `?8b
    88b  ,88b  d88      d88888b    d88,  d88
    `?88P'`88bd88'     d88' `?88b,d88'`?88P'
    Usage: arkb [options] [command]
    Options                                 Description
    --auto-confirm                          Skips the confirm screen
    --concurrency -c <number>               Multi thread, default is 5
    --debug                                 Display log messages
    --fee-multiplier -m <number>            Set the fee multiplier for all transactions
    --force -f                              Force a redeploy of all the files
    --gateway -g <host_or_ip>               Set the gateway hostname or ip address
    --help -h                               Show usage help for a command
    --ipfs-publish                          Publish to Arweave+IPFS
    --license                               Specify the license of your upload with an spdx li
    --no-colors                             Print to terminal without fancy colors
    --tag-name <name>                       Set a tag name
    --tag-value <value>                     Set a tag value
    --timeout -t <number>                   Set the request timeout
    --bundle                                Locally bundle your files and deploy to Arweave
    --use-bundler <host_or_ip>              Use an ans104 bundler service
    --wallet -w <wallet_path>               Set the key file path
    Commands (alias)                        Description
    balance (b)                             Get the current balance of your wallet
    deploy (d) <folder_or_file>             Deploy a directory or file
    fund-bundler <amount>                   Fund your bundler account
    help (h)                                Show usage help for a command
    network (n)                             Get the current network info
    status (s) <txid>                       Check the status of a transaction ID
    transfer <address> <amount>             Send funds to an Arweave wallet
    version (v)                             Show the current arkb version number
    wallet-export (we)                      Exports a previously saved wallet
    wallet-forget (wf)                      Removes a previously saved wallet
    wallet-save (ws) <wallet_path>          Saves a wallet, removes the need of the --wallet option
    withdraw-bundler <amount>               Withdraw from your bundler balance


    1. Create a fork
    2. Create your feature branch: git checkout -b my-feature
    3. Commit your changes: git commit -am 'Add some feature'
    4. Push to the branch: git push origin my-new-feature
    5. Submit a pull request 🚀




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