Wallet Protocol

Qitmeer is the first public chain that is dedicated to serving the ecosystem of ethical finance, socially responsible investment and Islamic Finance, which aims to act as the overall financial infrastructure to seamlessly converge all these areas, thereby enhancing financial inclusion. With the support of HLC Foundation, the R&D of Qitmeer initiated since the beginning of 2018 and then launched the open-source code on GitHub on June 30, 2019. Whereas presently, the name Qitmeer, Meer and Kahf have been newly selected to brand the public chain, coin and wallet respectively.

The blockchain wallet itself does not store any digital currency, and is primarily a computer program for creating digital currency transactions, tracking balances, and making it easy for users to manage addresses and private keys. Wallet software is the foundation of the whole blockchain ecological development, any industry service can be realized through a blockchain wallet value, block chain technology itself will reconstruct the traditional Internet business model in its own way. Openness An excellent blockchain public chain project should be more inclusive and open. Therefore, in addition to its own official wallet, Qitmeer has designed all interfaces and SDK for third-party wallet development at the beginning of development. Third party wallet institutions can use these interfaces to develop a variety of wallet programs that support Qitmeer Token transactions. Including: HD wallet, SPV wallet, browser wallet to meet a variety of user needs. How to create a wallet The following is a simple wallet creation and transaction steps:

  1. Generate seeder.
  2. Derive private key.
  3. Derive public key.
  4. Derive address.
  5. Monitor for outputs.
  6. Create unsigned Transactions.
  7. Sign Transactions.
  8. Broadcast Transactions. To complete the above operations, we need to rely on qitmeer’s QitmeerSDK and RPC interface. The Qitmeer SDK is a collection of tools that integrates various encryption, decryption, and signature functions. We can use the Qitmeer SDK to develop the following functions:
  9. Generate seeder.
  10. Derive private key.
  11. Derive public key.
  12. Derive address.
  13. Create unsigned Transactions
  14. Sign Transactions.

RPC is a http-based network interface, it’s easy to interact with qitmeer network. We can use the Qitmeer SDK to develop the following functions:

  1. Get block count from block dag or blockchain
  2. Get block data with block height.
  3. Gettransaction data with txid.
  4. Gets all transaction data waiting for confirmation.
  5. Monitor for outputs.
  6. Broadcast Txes.

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