Flags modify the operation of a command and are sometimes called options. A flag is set off by spaces or tabs and usually starts with a dash (-).
When a command uses flags, they come directly after the command name. Single-character flags in a command can be combined with one dash.
--authority strings Additional authorities to add when creating an account
--database string Directory the database is stored in (default
-d,--debug Print accumulated API calls
--delegator strings Specifies the delegator when creating a delegated signature
--entropy uint Specifies the size of the mnemonic entropy. (default 128)
-h,--help help for accumulate
--ignore-pending Ignore pending transactions. Combined with --wait, this waits for transactions to be delivered.
-j,--json print outputs as json
-m,--memo string Memo
-a,--metadata string Transaction Metadata
--no-wait Don't wait for the transaction to complete
--no-wallet-version-check Bypass the check to prevent updating the wallet to the format supported by the cli
-n,--pretend Enables check-only mode for transactions
--prove Request a receipt proving the transaction or account
-s,--server string Accumulated server (default "")
--sign-with strings Specifies additional keys to sign the transaction with
--signer-version uint Specify the signer version. Overrides the default behavior of fetching the signer version.
-t,--timeout duration Timeout for all API requests (i.e. 10s, 1m) (default 5s)
--use-unencrypted-wallet Use unencrypted wallet (strongly discouraged) stored at ~/.accumulate/wallet.db
-w,--wait duration Wait for the transaction to complete