Introduction
A general introduction Juno cli along with a brief description of commands and flags

Introduction

junod is a command line client for the Juno network. Juno users can use junod to send transactions to the Juno network and query the blockchain data.
See here for instructions on installing junod.

Working Directory

The default working directory for the junod is $HOME/.juno, which is mainly used to store configuration files and blockchain data. The Juno key data is saved in the working directory of junod. You can also specify the junod working directory by using the --home flag when executing junod.

Connecting to a Full-Node

By default, junod uses tcp://localhost:26657 as the RPC address to connect to the Juno network. This default configuration assumes that the machine executing junod is 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 --node flag when executing junod

Global Flags

GET Commands

All GET commands have the following global flags:
Name, shorthand
type
Required
Default Value
Description
--chain-id
string
The network Chain ID
--home
string
$HOME/.juno
Directory for config and data
--trace
string
Print out full stack trace on errors
--log_format
string
plain
Logging format (json | plain)

POST Commands

All POST commands have the following global flags:
Name, shorthand
type
Required
Default
Description
--account-number
int
0
AccountNumber to sign the tx
--broadcast-mode
string
sync
Transaction broadcasting mode (sync | async | block)
--dry-run
bool
false
Ignore the --gas flag and perform a simulation of a transaction, but don't broadcast it
--fees
string
Fees to pay along with transaction
--from
string
Name of private key with which to sign
--gas
string
200000
Gas limit to set per-transaction; set to "simulate" to calculate required gas automatically
--gas-adjustment
float
1
Adjustment factor to be multiplied against the estimate returned by the tx simulation; if the gas limit is set
--gas-prices
string
Gas prices in decimal format to determine the transaction fee
--generate-only
bool
false
Build an unsigned transaction and write it to STDOUT
--help, -h
string
Print help message
--keyring-backend
string
os
Select keyring's backend
--ledger
bool
false
Use a connected Ledger device
--memo
string
Memo to send along with transaction
--node
string
tcp://localhost:26657
<host>:<port> to tendermint rpc interface for this chain
--offline
string
Offline mode (does not allow any online functionality)
--sequence
int
0
Sequence number to sign the tx
--sign-mode
string
Choose sign mode (direct | amino-json), this is an advanced feature
--trust-node
bool
true
Don't verify proofs for responses
--yes
bool
true
Skip tx broadcasting prompt confirmation
--chain-id
string
The network Chain ID
--home
string
$HOME/.juno
Directory for config and data
--trace
string
Print out full stack trace on errors

Module Commands

Subcommand
Description
bank
Bank subcommands for querying accounts and sending coins etc.
debug
Debug subcommands
Distribution subcommands for rewards management
gov
Governance and voting subcommands
keys
Keys allows you to manage your local keystore for tendermint
params
Query parameters of modules
slashing
Slashing subcommands
staking
Staking subcommands for validators and delegators
status
Query remote node for status
Tendermint state querying subcommands
tx
Tx subcommands
upgrade
Software Upgrade subcommands
wasm
Interact with smart contracts
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