A general introduction Juno cli along with a brief description of commands and flags
junodis a command line client for the Juno network. Juno users can use
junodto send transactions to the Juno network and query the blockchain data.
The default working directory for the
$HOME/.juno, which is mainly used to store configuration files and blockchain data. The Juno
keydata is saved in the working directory of
junod. You can also specify the
junodworking directory by using the
--homeflag when executing
tcp://localhost:26657as the RPC address to connect to the Juno network. This default configuration assumes that the machine executing
junodis running as a full-node.
The RPC address can be specified to connect to any full-node with an exposed RPC port by adding the
--nodeflag when executing
All GET commands have the following global flags:
All POST commands have the following global flags: