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SDK for developers to create and interact with Nanocurrency wallets easily with Typescript or Javascript

Why to use it ?

  • 🎉 Easy to use, no need to configure RPC calls
  • 🧑‍💻 Allows you to configure multiple RPC and Work Servers separately.
  • 👷 Automatic fallback when a request fails
  • 🌐 Runtime agnostic: Compatible with Node.js, Browser, EDGE, Bun, Deno and others.
  • ⚡️ Efficient and agnostic state management allows you to store the wallet state with your favorite tool and start the instance with the previous state.
  • 🔒️ Safe and non-custodial: Your privateKey is never shared with RPC or any server, all signatures and key derivation is made on client side by nanocurrency.js library

How to use it

Install nano-wallet-js package

npm install nano-wallet-js

Init the Wallet instance and sync:

import NanoWallet from 'nano-wallet-js';

const config = {
	privateKey: '000AAFF...', // The privateKey (secret) of your wallet (not the SEED, neither the MNEMONIC)
	rpcUrls: ['http://[::1]:7076'], // A string or an array of RPC addresses
	workerUrls: ['http://[::1]:7076'], // A string or an array of RPC Worker Server. Can be the same as rpcUrls
		'nano_3kc8wwut3u8g1kwa6x4drkzu346bdbyqzsn14tmabrpeobn8igksfqkzajbb', // representative account
	debug: true, // show console log message (optional)

const wallet = new NanoWallet(config);

await wallet.sync();

Optionally, init with a state:

// It is only needed at wallet initialization.
// You can use a Database, Filesystem, KV, Redux or whatever...
const state = await getFromMyStorage();

const wallet = new NanoWallet(config, state);

// Subscribe to state changes to persist in your storage
wallet.subscribe(async state => {
	await saveIntoMyStorage(state);


  • wallet.account: Your wallet account / address
  • wallet.balance: Your wallet balance in raws
  • wallet.receivable: Total amount to be received
  • wallet.receivableBlocks: Array of pending blocks to receive with blockHash and amount
  • Previous block hash (your last transaction)
  • wallet.representative: The representative you set when initing the instance
  • wallet.currentRepresentative: Your current representative. Make a transaction or call .setRepresentative() to update.


Sync: Force wallet synchronization, updating frontier, balance, receivable and representative.

await wallet.sync();
console.log(, wallet.balance, ...)

Get Receivables: Returns an array containing the blocks that have not been received yet by this account. Each block contains the hash property which you need to receive it using Receive.

await wallet.getReceivable();
console.log(wallet.receivable, wallet.receivableBlocks);

Receive: Receive amount manually. This process will be automated in next releases.

for (const receivable of wallet.receivableBlocks) {
	const { hash } = await wallet.receive(receivables.blockHash);

Send: Send amount in raws to another wallet.

const to = 'nano_1abcd...';
const amount = '1000000000000000000000000000'; // 0.001 Nano
const { hash } = await wallet.send(to, amount);

// print the updated balance
console.log('Balance:', wallet.balance);

Sweep: Send all balance to another wallet (Careful!)

const to = 'nano_3efgh...';
const { hash } = await wallet.sweep(to);

Set Representative: Set a new representative

const rep = 'nano_4ijk1mno...';
await wallet.setRepresentative(rep);

// print
console.log(wallet.representative, wallet.currentRepresentative);

More methods soon...

🚧 Work in progress!

This is a initial release, not recommended for production use yet.

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If you find this library useful and want to support its development please consider donating: nano_3dqh8z8ncswmf7151gryu7mqpwbw4f68hi7d8g433omtuabfi438etyyp9ik

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