This command is assuming you are running a node and you have your account stored in the
See Algorand Developer Docs how to create a a wallet and an account with
kmd (select the
goal tab for each of them). You can also import an account from its mnemonic.
Disclaimer: Typing passphrases and private keys on a computer may open you to attacks that are not possible otherwise. Algorand makes no representations regarding the functioning or security of third party wallets, exchanges, or tools mentioned in the answer above, and disclaims any liability therefor. You are fully responsible for the security and the availability of your keys.
name_of_node_data_directory, if you followed Algorand Developer Docs, then it is:
- with Debian package:
- with the
I think it is often simpler to set the environment variable
ALGORAND_DATA and omit
-d .... See top of Algorand Developer Docs