Easy Way to Create an Electroneum Wallet and Use It.

The question; how can I create an Electroneum wallet” has popped up over and over again. As such, we decided to address the issue once and for all. This article covers how to create your own Electroneum wallet, use it, and how to check your current balance.

Here is the thing, the only available solution to this problem is a little complicated for noobs. As a result of this, we had to write this detailed guide just for you. Pay a little attention, and you’ll have a smooth sailing all the way.

The Baby Steps

  • Take these baby steps to begin.
  • Visit the Electroneum GitHub page and download the most recent update here
  • Pick the build that is specific to your operating system in the “downloads” section.
  • When the download is completed, extract the archive.
  • After the extraction, open this extracted folder. You’ll find multiple files there. The file you are looking for is called the “electroneum-wallet-cli”. That’s the file you’ll use to create your Electroneum wallet.

Pay attention now, it’s about to get more complex, depending on which operating system you are using. To make it easier for you, I suggest you simply copy and paste the commands provided below.

Create Electroneum Wallet Based on Your Operating System

Creating Electroneum Wallet on Windows

The first step you have to take is to type “cmd” in the search bar. When the command prompt desktop app has opened, type “cd Downloads” and hit the “Enter” key on your keyboard. Next, type “cd win-x64–0” and enter. Finally, type “. /electroneumd”. This should launch a daemon and in turn a synchronization with the electroneum blockchain. Please note that this could take a while.

When the synchronization is complete, you have to open a new command line. As previously done, type “cmd” in the search bar. When the command prompt opens, type “cd Downloads” and enter. Then “cd win-x64–0”, enter. Finally, to launch the script that’ll help you create your Electroneum wallet and use it, type “. /electroneum-wallet-cli” and hit “Enter”.

The first thing that’ll be required of you when the script launches is your wallet name. If it turns out that you don’t have one, it can easily be created from any name of your choosing. Input the name of the wallet you intend to use.

The next thing it’ll tell you is “no wallet was found”. You’ll then be given an option of creating a new one. Press the “Y” key to take this option. You’ll be asked to type a password and confirm it, and your preferred language. Enter “1” for English. Finally, write down the 25 characters that’ll be provided by the script. This will help you in case you lose your wallet. That’s all you need to do to create an Electroneum wallet on Windows.

Creating Electroneum Wallet on Mac OS/ Linux

Like the Windows, the first step is to open the Terminal.app. When the terminal is up, type “cd Downloads” and hit the “Enter” key on your keyboard. Next, type “cd mac-x64–0” or “cd linux-x64–0” and enter. Finally, type “. /electroneumd”. This should launch a daemon and in turn a synchronization with the electroneum blockchain.

When the synchronization is complete, you have to open Terminal.app. When the Terminal is running, type “cd Downloads” and enter. Then “cd mac-x64–0” or “cd mac-x64–0”, enter. Finally, to launch the script that’ll help you create your Electroneum wallet and use it, type “. /electroneum-wallet-cli” and hit “Enter”. The rest of the process is the same as Windows.

That’s how to create an Electroneum wallet on a Mac or Linux desktop.