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Wallets

The Loki wallets are a gateway into private decentralised transactions and communications. They allow you to hold private keys, secure or mine Loki, and trade peer-to-peer.

Loki wallets store a collection of public and private keys which can be used to receive, view, or spend Loki.

The wallet uses the private keys through a daemon which synchronises with the Loki Network to scan for incoming transactions and to send outgoing transactions.

Graphical User Interface Wallet (GUI)

The Gui Wallet is currently the easiest wallet to use. It has a graphical user friendly interface which is perfect for beginners. You can download the Loki GUI Wallet here.

GUI Guides

Guide Description
GUI Setup How to set up the GUI wallet for the first time.
GUI Staking How to stake to a Service Node from your GUI Wallet.

Command Line Interface Wallet (CLI)

The Cli Wallet is for more advanced users and offers the most tools when interacting with the Loki Blockchain.

CLI Guides

Guide Description
Restore CLI Wallet from Keys How to restore your wallet with spend and view keys.
Restore CLI Wallet from Seed How to restore your wallet with a seed phrase (25 word mnemonic seed).
CLI Commands Details on different commands within the loki-wallet-cli.
2 of 2 - Multisignature Setup Multisig feature allows you to sign a transaction with more than one private key. Funds protected with multisig can only be spent by signing with 2-of-2 keys.
2 of 3 - Multisignature Setup Multisig feature allows you to sign a transaction with more than one private key. Funds protected with multisig can only be spent by signing with 2-of-3 keys.
M of N - Multisignature Setup Multisig feature allows you to sign a transaction with more than one private key. Funds protected with multisig can only be spent by signing with M-of-N keys.
CLI Setup - Mac How to setup the loki-wallet-cli for the first time on Mac OS.