send

The send command creates a transaction that transfers coins from an account to another account or repository.

Usage

kit user send [options] <address>
Usage:
kit user send [flags] <address>
Flags:
-f, --fee float Set transaction fee to pay to the network
-h, --help help for send
-n, --nonce uint Set the next nonce of the signing account signing
-u, --signing-key string Address or index of local account to use for signing transaction
-p, --signing-key-pass string Passphrase for unlocking the signing account
-v, --value float Set the amount of coin to send

Arguments

  • address - The recipient address. Can be a user address or a repository address. A namespace URI pointing to a repository or a user address can also be used.

Options

  • -h, --help - Prints out a help message.

Transaction Options

  • -f, --fee - The amount to pay as transaction fee. It will be deducted from the signer's account.

  • -n, --nonce - The next nonce of the signer's account (current nonce + 1).

  • -v, --value - The number of coins to transfer from the signer's account.

  • -u, --signing-key - The address or index of a key that will be used to sign the transaction.

  • -p, --signing-key-pass - The passphrase that will be used to unlock the signing key.

Example

  • Create a transaction that transfers 210 coin to os1qfrysysaawvjlgfz5ecqv569adkkw7sxudy36u and pays 1.51 coins as network fee.

Bash
Output
Bash
kit user send -u=0 -v=210 -f=1.51 "os1qfrysysaawvjlgfz5ecqv569adkkw7sxudy36u"
Output
✅ Transaction sent!
- Hash: 0x8297afee13e9a34d3023867ce0d4ca9e515fd1dd3560d959301436d41da3c116
Confirmed!
  • Create a transaction that transfers 10 coins to a repo named myrepo.

kit user send -u=0 -v=210 -f=1.51 "r/myrepo"