The following guide aims to provide examples to help you start building Dash-based applications. To make the best use of this document, you may want to install the current version of Dash Core, either from source or from a pre-compiled executable.
Once installed, you'll have access to three programs:
dash-qtprovides a combination full Dash peerpeer - A computer that connects to the Dash network. and walletwallet - Software that stores private keys and monitors the block chain (sometimes as a client of a server that does the processing) to allow users to spend and receive duffs. frontend. From the Help menu, you can access a console where you can enter the RPC commands used throughout this document.
dashdis more useful for programming: it provides a full peer which you can interact with through RPCs to port 9998 (or 19998 for testnettestnet - A global testing environment in which developers can obtain and spend duffs that have no real-world value on a network that is very similar to the Dash mainnet. / 19898 for regtest).
dash-cliallows you to send RPC commands to
dashdfrom the command line. For example,
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