dash-tx application provides a command-line option for creating, parsing, or modifying transactions.
Usage: dash-tx [options] <hex-tx> [commands] Update hex-encoded dash transaction dash-tx [options] -create [commands] Create hex-encoded dash transaction
-? This help message -create Create new, empty TX. -json Select JSON output -txid Output only the hex-encoded transaction id of the resultant transaction.
-devnet=<name> Use devnet chain with provided name -regtest Enter regression test mode, which uses a special chain in which blocks can be solved instantly. This is intended for regression testing tools and app development. -testnet Use the test chain
delin=N Delete input N from TX delout=N Delete output N from TX in=TXID:VOUT(:SEQUENCE_NUMBER) Add input to TX locktime=N Set TX lock time to N nversion=N Set TX version to N outaddr=VALUE:ADDRESS Add address-based output to TX outdata=[VALUE:]DATA Add data-based output to TX outmultisig=VALUE:REQUIRED:PUBKEYS:PUBKEY1:PUBKEY2:....[:FLAGS] Add Pay To n-of-m Multi-sig output to TX. n = REQUIRED, m = PUBKEYS. Optionally add the "S" flag to wrap the output in a pay-to-script-hash. outpubkey=VALUE:PUBKEY[:FLAGS] Add pay-to-pubkey output to TX. Optionally add the "S" flag to wrap the output in a pay-to-script-hash. outscript=VALUE:SCRIPT[:FLAGS] Add raw script output to TX. Optionally add the "S" flag to wrap the output in a pay-to-script-hash. sign=SIGHASH-FLAGS Add zero or more signatures to transaction. This command requires JSON registers:prevtxs=JSON object, privatekeys=JSON object. See signrawtransaction docs for format of sighash flags, JSON objects.
load=NAME:FILENAME Load JSON file FILENAME into register NAME set=NAME:JSON-STRING Set register NAME to given JSON-STRING
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