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    Vinnie
    @vinnie_io_twitter
    thanks @jaspervdm
    Vinnie
    @vinnie_io_twitter
    i'm a little confused about how to receive via http ... any tips around how to do this?
    Grin Talk
    @newtownf1
    hi can someone help me out set up my wallet 713 ?
    im having trouble
    Grin Talk
    @newtownf1
    new episode on Grin Talk today!
    Blade Doyle
    @bladedoyle
    For wallet713 - is there any way to receive a slate from the commandline, or using an API?
    Blade Doyle
    @bladedoyle
    Im guessing not since I cant get this to work:
    $ wallet713 receive 
    error: Found argument 'receive' which wasn't expected, or isn't valid in this context
    jaspervdm
    @jaspervdm
    it implements the same owner api as grin-wallet
    Blade Doyle
    @bladedoyle
    Is the owner api started by default? I didnt see it listening when I checked
    jaspervdm
    @jaspervdm
    no, not on by default
    since most users dont need it
    b33rkeg
    @b33rkeg
    you have to turn it on in wallet713.toml
    Blade Doyle
    @bladedoyle
    ok. I'll opt for an "expect" like stdin/stdout processing of wallet prompts
    I dont want to try to explain how to enable listeners and deal with api secrets, etc
    thx
    For future features, having commandline options would be awesome
    jaspervdm
    @jaspervdm
    wallet713 isnt designed for single command use, its an interactive prompt
    fueleh
    @fueleh
    Your grinbox address is g* The withdrawal address you entered is incorrect. Please re-enter your address. on hotbit
    how do i use my grinbox adress? :D
    grinbox://myadress??
    jaspervdm
    @jaspervdm
    i dont think hotbit supports grinbox withdrawal
    fueleh
    @fueleh
    Examples of valid addresses for mainnet:
    grinbox://gVwJ8hXkKyeGMsXgK38URgn5vYeuWRXrBzHGrgM7YcjifJEj52J6@example.com
    aha
    i need another wallet? standard grin wallet to get a transaction from hotbit?
    jaspervdm
    @jaspervdm
    no, wallet713 supports http and file, im sure hotbit supports at least one of those
    fueleh
    @fueleh
    hmm it wants my withdrawal address
    jaspervdm
    @jaspervdm
    yes most likely http address
    fueleh
    @fueleh
    what is my withdrawal adress in wallet713 if its not my grindbox adress?
    jaspervdm
    @jaspervdm
    if youve set up port forwarding
    otherwise i recommend you use something like ngrok
    shamstabrizicode
    @shamstabrizicode

    User:~ user$ curl https://wallet.713.mw/install.sh -sSf | sh
    Wallet713 binary installer 1.1

    Configuration: [macos]
    Location: [https://github.com/vault713/wallet713/releases/download/v2.0.0/wallet713-v2.0.0-macos.tar.gz]
    Directory: [/usr/local/bin]

    % Total % Received % Xferd Average Speed Time Time Time Current
    Dload Upload Total Spent Left Speed
    100 620 0 620 0 0 1497 0 --:--:-- --:--:-- --:--:-- 1497
    100 4720k 100 4720k 0 0 2560k 0 0:00:01 0:00:01 --:--:-- 4457k

    Installation completed successfully.
    $ wallet713 --version
    wallet713 2.0.0

    Run 'wallet713' from the command line to open the wallet

    User:~ user$ wallet713

    Welcome to wallet713 v1.1.1

    A new version of wallet713 is available!

    Upgrade by running:
    curl https://wallet.713.mw/install.sh -sSf | sh

    Unlock your existing wallet or type init to initiate a new one
    Use help to see available commands

    ERROR: error: could not unlock wallet! are you using the correct passphrase?
    wallet713>

    hello everyone, my wallet does update correctly but when I open back the wallet it shows that im on the old version again?
    what shall i do?
    jaspervdm
    @jaspervdm
    @shamstabrizicode hi, could you type which wallet713 and paste the output here?
    shamstabrizicode
    @shamstabrizicode
    /Users/user/.cargo/bin/wallet713
    hi @jaspervdm that above is the output, thank you
    jaspervdm
    @jaspervdm
    i think you ran cargo install in the past
    you can delete the file ~/.cargo/bin/wallet713 or probably run cargo uninstall wallet713
    then if you run wallet713 it should tell you are running v2.0.0!
    shamstabrizicode
    @shamstabrizicode
    ok i will try thanks
    yes! that did it, thank you @jaspervdm!
    jaspervdm
    @jaspervdm
    youre welcome
    shamstabrizicode
    @shamstabrizicode
    now im not sure if that does upgrade the node automaticly after the hard fork?
    do i have to anything else?
    or am I good to go now?
    updating the wallet does update the node or im getting confused?