We're working hard on the next release of the beta wallet. Stay tuned for updates!
The GUI Wallet is the easiest way to connect to the Coda network and run a node. You can use the wallet to send transactions and check your funds.
Our Coda Wallet provides a graphical user interface (GUI) for simplifying the operation of Coda. The current version of the GUI Wallet will enable you to play with some of the core features of the protocol, including sending transactions between multiple accounts and checking funds.
The Wallet needs to connect to a daemon in order to work, but you will be guided through the process of setting up a node when you first launch the wallet. If you already are running a node, you can use that one.
Alternatively, if you are already running a node, for example, via the sandbox node, the wallet will detect and connect to it automatically.
Open the DMG file and drag the wallet into your Applications folder.
The first time you run the wallet you will see this screeen:
You will need to go to Settings, open Security & Privacy, and then click "Allow" as seen in the screenshot below. Afterwards, the Coda Wallet will open.
Windows isn't supported at this time.
You can check out Coda’s GUI wallet during Phase 3.2a by installing the Coda Sandbox Node to run a private single-node network on your machine.
By default, your Coda Sandbox Node is staking and performing SNARK work, so you will see block rewards and fees that you earn through creating SNARKs appear in your GUI wallet.
When you open the Wallet for the first time you'll be guided through a few steps to setup your node, create an account and begin using Coda.
If you get stuck on anything head over to Discord and ask for help in the #product channel.