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cryptonote::simple_wallet Send this multisig info to all other participants, then use make_multisig <threshold> <info1> [<info2>...] with others' multisig info
cryptonote::simple_wallet If no arguments are specified, the wallet shows all the existing accounts along with their balances.
If the "new" argument is specified, the wallet creates a new account with its label initialized by the provided label text (which can be empty).
If the "switch" argument is specified, the wallet switches to the account specified by <index>.
If the "label" argument is specified, the wallet sets the label of the account specified by <index> to the provided label text.
If the "tag" argument is specified, a tag <tag_name> is assigned to the specified accounts <account_index_1>, <account_index_2>, ....
If the "untag" argument is specified, the tags assigned to the specified accounts <account_index_1>, <account_index_2> ..., are removed.
If the "tag_description" argument is specified, the tag <tag_name> is assigned an arbitrary text <description>.
cryptonote::simple_wallet Wallet and key files found, loading...
cryptonote::simple_wallet Key file found but not wallet file. Regenerating...
cryptonote::simple_wallet Generating new wallet...
cryptonote::simple_wallet Starting refresh...
cryptonote::simple_wallet Send this multisig info to all other participants, then use exchange_multisig_keys <info1> [<info2>...] with others' multisig info
cryptonote::simple_wallet Usage: mms start_auto_config [<label> <label> ...]
cryptonote::simple_wallet Send all unlocked balance to an address and lock it for <lockblocks> (max. 1000000). If the parameter "index=<N1>[,<N2>,...]" or "index=all" is specified, the wallet sweeps outputs received by those or all address indices, respectively. If omitted, the wallet randomly chooses an address index to be used. <priority> is the priority of the sweep. The higher the priority, the higher the transaction fee. Valid values in priority order (from lowest to highest) are: unimportant, normal, elevated, priority. If omitted, the default value (see the command "set priority") is used. <ring_size> is the number of inputs to include for untraceability.
cryptonote::simple_wallet Send all unlocked balance to an address. If the parameter "index=<N1>[,<N2>,...]" or "index=all" is specified, the wallet sweeps outputs received by those or all address indices, respectively. If omitted, the wallet randomly chooses an address index to be used. If the parameter "outputs=<N>" is specified and N > 0, wallet splits the transaction into N even outputs.
cryptonote::simple_wallet Send all unlocked balance from a given account to an address. If the parameter "index=<N1>[,<N2>,...]" or "index=all" is specified, the wallet sweeps outputs received by those or all address indices, respectively. If omitted, the wallet randomly chooses an address index to be used. If the parameter "outputs=<N>" is specified and N > 0, wallet splits the transaction into N even outputs.
cryptonote::simple_wallet export_transfers [in|out|all|pending|failed|pool|coinbase] [index=<N1>[,<N2>,...]] [<min_height> [<max_height>]] [output=<filepath>]
cryptonote::simple_wallet Transfer <amount> to <address>. If the parameter "index=<N1>[,<N2>,...]" is specified, the wallet uses outputs received by addresses of those indices. If omitted, the wallet randomly chooses address indices to be used. In any case, it tries its best not to combine outputs across multiple addresses. <priority> is the priority of the transaction. The higher the priority, the higher the transaction fee. Valid values in priority order (from lowest to highest) are: unimportant, normal, elevated, priority. If omitted, the default value (see the command "set priority") is used. <ring_size> is the number of inputs to include for untraceability. Multiple payments can be made at once by adding URI_2 or <address_2> <amount_2> etcetera (before the payment ID, if it's included)
cryptonote::simple_wallet Transfer <amount> to <address> and lock it for <lockblocks> (max. 1000000). If the parameter "index=<N1>[,<N2>,...]" is specified, the wallet uses outputs received by addresses of those indices. If omitted, the wallet randomly chooses address indices to be used. In any case, it tries its best not to combine outputs across multiple addresses. <priority> is the priority of the transaction. The higher the priority, the higher the transaction fee. Valid values in priority order (from lowest to highest) are: unimportant, normal, elevated, priority. If omitted, the default value (see the command "set priority") is used. <ring_size> is the number of inputs to include for untraceability. Multiple payments can be made at once by adding URI_2 or <address_2> <amount_2> etcetera (before the payment ID, if it's included)
cryptonote::simple_wallet usage: show_transfers [in|out|all|pending|failed|pool|coinbase] [index=<N1>[,<N2>,...]] [<min_height> [<max_height>]]
cryptonote::simple_wallet usage: export_transfers [in|out|all|pending|failed|pool|coinbase] [index=<N1>[,<N2>,...]] [<min_height> [<max_height>]] [output=<path>]
tools::wallet_rpc_server Loading wallet...
tools::wallet_rpc_server Saving wallet...