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Getting started

The Metaverse full-node wallet is a cross-platform wallet program that operates trustlessly. It currently supports the Windows, Linux and MacOSX operating systems.

You may also use our light web wallet verified using SPV at

Wallet installation

You may collect a small amount of mainnet ETP here.

Quick start


Enter the login page and click “Register”, set your username and password, then click on “Create an account”

Receiving ETP

Open the wallet and click “address” at the top of the navigation bar to view your receiving addresses. Any of the addresses in your wallet can be used to receive digital currencies developed on the Metaverse public blockchain. You may choose any one of your wallet addresses as the receiving address.

Query transaction hash

Metaverse Wallet provides a portion of the block explorer’s functions. Users can inquire about blocks, transactions or the details of an address through querying the block’s serial number, the transaction hash and the address respectively. Each transaction produces a hash. You may view a transaction’s details via querying its transaction hash.

Sending ETP

Click the “transfer” command shown next to your assets. Fill in transfer details such as the sending and receiving address, transfer amount, username and password, then click “confirm transfer”.

Metaverse full node wallet introduction

Full nodes are nodes that store the entire Metaverse blockchain and are connected in a P2P network architecture. In the blockchain network, all full nodes are treated as equals, and serve as both clients and servers.

The MVS full node consists of two programs and a graphical interface:
• mvsd: The core wallet program, similar to Bitcoin’s bitcoind;
• mvs-cli: a command line interface, similar to Bitcoin’s bitcoin-cli
• mvs-htmls: a browser-based graphical user interface built with AngularJS. This GUI may not be necessary for developers.