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    node-syscoin

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    NOTE: THIS PROJECT IS DEPRECATED AND NO LONGER MAINTAINED. The active fork for this project is now located at syscoin/syscoin-core.

    node-syscoin is a simple wrapper for the Syscoin client's JSON-RPC API.

    The API is equivalent to the API document here. The methods are exposed as lower camelcase methods on the syscoin.Client object, or you may call the API directly using the cmd method.

    Install

    npm install syscoin

    Examples

    Create client

    // all config options are optional
    var client = new syscoin.Client({
      host: 'localhost',
      port: 8332,
      user: 'username',
      pass: 'password',
      timeout: 30000
    });

    Get balance across all accounts with minimum confirmations of 6

    client.getBalance('*', 6, function(err, balance, resHeaders) {
      if (err) return console.log(err);
      console.log('Balance:', balance);
    });

    Getting the balance directly using cmd

    client.cmd('getbalance', '*', 6, function(err, balance, resHeaders){
      if (err) return console.log(err);
      console.log('Balance:', balance);
    });

    Batch multiple RPC calls into single HTTP request

    var batch = [];
    for (var i = 0; i < 10; ++i) {
      batch.push({
        method: 'getnewaddress',
        params: ['myaccount']
      });
    }
    client.cmd(batch, function(err, address, resHeaders) {
      if (err) return console.log(err);
      console.log('Address:', address);
    });

    SSL

    See Enabling SSL on original client.

    If you're using this to connect to syscoind across a network it is highly recommended to enable ssl, otherwise an attacker may intercept your RPC credentials resulting in theft of your syscoins.

    When enabling ssl by setting the configuration option to true, the sslStrict option (verifies the server certificate) will also be enabled by default. It is highly recommended to specify the sslCa as well, even if your syscoind has a certificate signed by an actual CA, to ensure you are connecting to your own syscoind.

    var client = new syscoin.Client({
      host: 'localhost',
      port: 8332,
      user: 'username',
      pass: 'password',
      ssl: true,
      sslStrict: true,
      sslCa: fs.readFileSync(__dirname + '/myca.cert')
    });

    Install

    npm i syscoin

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    Version

    2.4.8

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