A wallet file, with the .json extension, stores a reference to your Kaze Coin, Streams, and account information in a database. This file is very important and must be backed up securely.

Loss of either the wallet file or wallet password will result in the loss of your assets. Please ensure that the wallet file is securely stored and remember the wallet password.

Creating the wallet database

  1. Click Wallet, New Wallet Database.
  2. Click Browse to select the wallet file storage location, and set the file name, and then click Save.
  3. Enter Password and Re-Password and save your own password.
  4. Click OK and the wallet is successfully created, which by default comes with a standard account. 

Account

Right-click on the account and select View Private Key to check the account information:

  • Address: The equivalent of a bank account or bank card number, used to receive assets during transactions.
  • Private key: A 256-bit random number, kept by the user and not known publicly. This represents the user account ownership and the ownership of the assets within the account.
  • Public key: Each private key has a matching public key (Note: Public key, and private key information can be viewed by right clicking on the address.)

At no point should the private key be disclosed to others. Once the private key is disclosed, it may result in the loss of your assets.

You can also do the following operations by right-clicking an address of the account:

Functional Description

Create New Add  
Creates a new address in the wallet

Import                    
Import from WIF: Imports the corresponding address into the wallet
                              Import from Certificate, Imports the certification
Import Watch-Only Address, After importing the address of the other party as the watch-only address, you can monitor the assets at that address.
Copy to Clipboard  
Copies the address
Delete
Removes the address 

Assets

Clicking on the Asset tab you can view the assets of the account, including Assets (Kaze Coin, Streamer, the user-created assets), type, balance, and the issuer.

Transaction History

Clicking on the Transaction History tab you can view all the transaction records associated with the wallet.

Opening the wallet database

  1. Every time the client is re-opened, you need to click open wallet database to select which wallet file to open
  2. Click Browse to select the wallet (usually the default is the last open wallet)
  3. Select one of the file format to open: NEP-6 (.json) 
  4. Enter the password, and click OK to enter the wallet.

Changing password

You can modify the wallet password.

After changing the password, please remember to backup wallet again as any previous wallet backups will not contain the new password.

Rebuild the wallet index

This option is used to restore errors in the client when an exception occurs. The Wallet Index may need to be rebuilt in the following cases:

  • After the import of a private key.
  • A transaction that has not been confirmed after a long time.
  • The wallet assets show errors and blockchain data does not match.
  • Switching between the main net and test net.

As the current block height is very high, rebuilding the wallet index can take several minutes. Please be patient.

Transactions

Transfer

Transfers assets to a recipient address. If the transferred asset type is equity, both parties are required to confirm with their signature.

  1. From Kaze-GUI, click  Transaction-> Transfer
  2. Do one of the following:To transfer to a single address, click  + and enter the transfer information, e.g. assets type, recipient address, and amount. To transfer to a batch of addresses, click  and enter pairs of the address and amount separated by a space.
  3. Click OK. If need be, click   to enter transaction related information that will be recorded on the Kaze blockchain.
  4. Double-check the transfer information and then click OK.For token asset transfer, the transaction is completed with the transaction ID displayed.

Synchronizing blockchain data

The client must be fully synchronized before use. The data beside "Height" corresponds to wallet height/synchronized blockchain height/blockchain header height. When you open a wallet, the wallet height data is displayed. These numbers update regularly.

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