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A device or software that stores public and/or private keys for cryptocurrency transactions and keeps track of their balances and attributes.

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This code does the following steps: Connects to the Nami wallet extension and fetches the wallet address. … Passes the wallet address (and needed arguments) to the service function of the webserver backend. …
answered Dec 24 '21 by Jey
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There is no such thing as wallet-restoral or even initialization on the blockchain. These are purely client-side events happening on the device of the user. … As such, there is no way to check if someone in the world has setup a wallet with your keys. However, what follows after a wallet is set up is that it queries the connected node for available funds. …
answered Nov 28 '21 by Jey
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I don't think you can get the wallet instance from Nami as the whole point of a wallet is to hide the private key and pass transactions visually to the user so that she can approve and submit them. … I would rather try the other way and look if your java library has methods to generate an unbalanced transaction that can be passed to the Nami wallet. …
answered Dec 16 '21 by Jey