Kakoyla Posted October 24, 2018 Share Posted October 24, 2018 (edited) I needed a simple wallet interface that my wife or non-tech savvy friends could use if something were to happen to me...( ? / ? ). @ripplerm made my favorite wallet by far, and I got addicted to the convenience of using qr code when transferring the tx_blob to an online computer, but even though that wallet is pretty straight forward to me, it wasn't for the people i want to be able to use it. Also, the QR option isn't on all the fields I would like (typing in an address takes a long time when you need to be 100% correct) Wietse had made the kyte app and it was pretty easy to use, but as it currently stands, needs an online connection or a server on localhost, which is too complicated for what I am looking for. So I made this: kakoyla.github.io -----This was made for desktop, and intended for offline use. I tried to make it as dummy proof as possible, the simple XRP payment should be able to be completed by anyone as long as they know the keys. After I had the payment working easily i kept going and added all the options that I wanted to play with. All that being said, I have read this forum for a long time and realize NO ONE will trust this and use it on the live net, but that's not the goal of this post. I was thinking maybe someone non-technical will find this useful for learning about the options available on the XRPL by trying things out on the testnet. If interested you can generate pre-funded testnet accounts here. You can submit any tx_blobs for the testnet transactions here (click the testnet option then submit transaction). I also have a qr generator under the tools option, open it on a phone and enter in an account address or anything else you wouldn't want to type in manually, then you can just hold the phone up to the webcam of the (simulated) offline pc. I haven't done extensive testing so please PM me if you find something wrong or buggy so i can fix it. The code can be found here. If you have suggestions for improvements i'm all ears. edit: if you want to check it out, you can use snyFoZt6fJeAYfAxjBVt3qGXKyKcC edit #2: you can submit tx blobs here: https://kyteapp.co/ <-- click on send air gapped transaction https://bithomp.com/submit/ http://ripplerm.github.io/ripple-wallet/ <-- go click the tools tab, then submit sub-tab TESTNET submission: padanaram.digital <-- click testnet then submit transaction for TESTNET (I do not know of any other easy testnet submit sites) edit #3: If interested I added a testnet account option to Bithomp's awesome paperwallet, which includes qr codes so you can print out a few and play around. The modified paperwallet can be found here: https://kakoyla.github.io/xrp-paper-wallet/ Edited November 1, 2018 by Kakoyla xWelfare, Xrphunter, Flintstone and 3 others 5 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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