Bytom kit is a development aid tool for developers to understand Bytom more simply, which integrates the functions of verification, annotation, decoding, test faucet, etc.
This tool uses Python language to encapsulate a set of API and 7 tool methods. If you have development requirements, you can view the usage in the readme.md file of the project. Project source address: https://github.com/bytom/byto.
Here’s how to use each tool:
The key page shows entropy, mnemonics, seed, root expanded private key, root expanded public key, and the QR code of a private key. This function can create a new private key.
The address page is mainly used to create a new address. It shows the expanded public key, account index, address index, change, network, address path, control program, address, and a QR code of the private key. This page can create a new address.
This page shows the expanded private key, message and signature. This page can use the address key (private key) to sign the information, input the private key and information content, and click
Sign MessageA signature can be generated.
On this page, you can enter the public key (expanded private key), message, signature, message and signature. click
Verify Signature, you can return validation results.
Address submit transaction
Enter the signed transaction code and click
Submit TransactionYou can submit the transaction.
Address decode raw transaction
Enter the signed raw transaction and click
Decode TransactionThe decodeable transaction is hexadecimal string as JSON object.
Compared with the original faucet tool interface, developers can use the tool interface to get the original test token.