account generatecommand. This command will create an account URL and corresponding private key, which will be stored locally on your computer. Since this command only generates an account locally, it is not necessary to connect to a node, however, this also means that lite token account is not yet on the server.
acc://d699fd22e466e7ea4f05a1f6b67fc67af555856f701bdf29/ACME : e258d215c12d610dad703482bc7c61a0f5db975fbfaf73c52f4533c5941b82d3.
getcommand in the CLI. We must first complete a transaction using this account in order for it to be broadcasted to the network. We will fund our new account using the
faucetcommand, which will both broadcast the existence of our new account, and give us some free tokens.
-sflag, followed by the server address for the node we want to connect to.
faucetcommand, the network will know that the account exists. Let's check the account balance to see how many tokens we have received from the faucet. We can do this with the
account getcommand (remember to use the
-sflag if you are not running a node locally).
"Balance"that we have received 10 ACME tokens.
account generateagain to establish the receiving account.
tx createcommand. Once you have the addresses of the sending and receiving accounts ready, run the command, followed by the account address for the sending account, then the account address for the receiving account, and finally the amount you would like to send.
tx getcommand, and we'll pass in the transaction id (
"txid") that we received in the response output from
creditscommand, and passing in the lite token account url, or keypage url, you are using to sign the transaction, followed by the url for the lite token account, or ADI keypage, that you want to add credits to, followed by the amount of tokens you'd like to burn in exchange for credits.