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Install Concordium Wallet
Now you need a Concordium wallet. Use the Concordium Wallet for Web. The Concordium Wallet for Web uses a 24 word secret recovery phrase to secure your wallet. Make sure to protect your 24 word secret recovery phrase and store it in a secure place. Anyone who knows the secret recovery phrase can access your wallet.
Use this link to install a Concordium Wallet for Web in a chromium web browser. Follow these instructions to install the extension. Configure it to run on testnet with an identity created from the Concordium testnet IP (shown below) and an account based on that identity. You don’t have to provide an ID to create an identity on testnet when selecting
Concordium testnet IP. Test identities are meant for testnet testing only.
Use the Testnet faucet in your account to claim 2000 CCDs for testing purposes.
One thing to note is that if you click
, you enter transaction window. This allows you to transfer CCDs. You can type the amount of CCD and the recipient’s address in this section. As you can see just below those textboxes, there is a value highlighting the “Estimated transaction fee” in CCD terms. This allows you to estimate the costs beforehand and it allows helps you to calculate your business expenses in the future.
After that step, you need to export the keys for your wallet. Save the file on your local machine in the same folder as the rest of the repository. It will have a name like this <YOUR PUBLIC ADDRESS>.export. You can open it with a text editor and see your signKey, verifyKey in there. Copy signKey and your address. You will use them while deploying and interacting with your contract.
When you export the key it creates a file named
<YOUR PUBLIC ADDRESS>.export. Open it with a text editor and find your
verifyKeyin there. Copy the
signKeyand your address. You will use it while deploying and interacting with your contract.
You are ready to import your key into the
concordium-clientconfiguration. Transfer your wallet key export file to the place where you are running your
concordium-clienttool. Navigate to the folder as well.
Import your key into the
concordium-client config account import <Wallet.export> --name <Your-Wallet-Name>.json