A Signature provider for communicating with eosjs from a Ledger device.

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EOSJS Signature Provider for Ledger


A SignatureProvider for communicating with eosjs from a Ledger device.
When plugged into eosjs, this signature provider enables applications to route signing requests to a Ledger device. Full instructions for eosjs can be found here.
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# Using yarn
yarn add eosjs-ledger-signature-provider



const { SignatureProvider } from 'eosjs-ledger-signature-provider'

const signatureProvider = new SignatureProvider()

  .then((result) => console.info('Keys: ', result))
  .catch((error) => console.info('Error: ', error))

const chainId = '000000000'
const serializedTransaction = {} // A transaction as a Uint8Array. View `serializeTransaction` in https://github.com/EOSIO/eosjs/blob/develop/src/eosjs-api.ts

signatureProvider.sign({ chainId, serializedTransaction })
  .then((result) => console.info('TransactionId: ', result))
  .catch((error) => console.info('Error: ', error))

Example with eosjs

const { Api, JsonRpc } from 'eosjs'
const { SignatureProvider } from 'eosjs-ledger-signature-provider'

const rpcEndpoint = 'https://localhost:3000'
const signatureProvider = new SignatureProvider()
const rpc = new JsonRpc(rpcEndpoint)
const api = new Api({ signatureProvider, rpc })

// eosjs will call both `getAvailableKeys` and `sign` from the SignatureProvider
.then((result) => console.info('TransactionId: ', result))
.catch((error) => console.info('Error: ', error))


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MIT licensed


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