Official Trinci 2 SDK JavaScript library

Usage no npm install needed!

<script type="module">
  import affidatyT2Lib from 'https://cdn.skypack.dev/@affidaty/t2-lib';



Official Trinci 2 SDK JavaScript library


This library allows to interact with Trinci nodes and eases the creation, use, management and transcoding of accounts, keys, transactions, connections and everything else needed to successfully operate on a TRINCI blockchain network.

It works server side (cjs and module support) as well as in browsers. This allows you to manage your accounts ang send transactions directly from a browser avoiding third services altogether. Note that cryptographic part of this library relies on Webcrypto and needs for a browser to support in in order to be fully functional.

NPM scripts

npm run test             # execute tests

npm run docs             # generate documentation in /docs

npm run lint             # lint code

npm run lint:fix         # lint and fix(where possible)

npm run build-cjs        # build CommonJS sources in /dist/cjs

npm run build-esm        # build ES Modules sources in /dist/esm with type
                         # declarations types in /dist/types

npm run build-browser    # build browser version in /dist/browser to
                         # include with <script> tag

npm run build            # build all versions mentioned above


import t2lib from '@affidaty/t2-lib';
// CommonJS also works:
// const t2lib = require('@affidaty/t2-lib');

// account generation
const acc = new Account();
await acc.generate();

//keys export/import and interactions
const acc = new t2lib.Account();
await acc.generate();
const pubKey = acc.keyPair.publicKey;
const pubKeyRaw = await acc.keyPair.publicKey.getRaw();
const pubKeySPKI = await pubKey.getSPKI();
const keyPair1 = acc.keyPair;
await keyPair1.publicKey.setRaw(pubKeyRaw);

const keyPair2 = new t2lib.ECDSAKeyPair();
await keyPair2.publicKey.setSPKI(pubKeySPKI);
keyPair2.privateKey = acc.keyPair.privateKey;
const acc2 = new Account();
await acc2.setKeyPair(keyPair2);

// mint transaction example
const basicAssetSc = new Uint8Array(Buffer.from('122018086245b6ac31b4b71a3c3c7aa57964052741873d8b93e876f883694feaed48', 'hex'));
const defaultNetworkName = 'skynet';
const nonce = new Uint8Array(8);
await t2lib.WebCrypto.getRandomValues(nonce);

const tx = new t2lib.Transaction();
    to: acc2.accountId,
    units: 1,
await tx.sign(acc1.keyPair);
const txBytes = Buffer.from(await tx.toBytes()).toString('hex');

Browser support

This library also works in browser. It's minified version can be found at <pkg_install_dir>/dist/browser/t2lib.min.js just include it with

<script src="../dist/browser/t2lib.min.js"></script>

and start to use it as you would with NodeJS.


Wiki: T2Lib Wiki

For a deeper insight:

  1. Clone repo (link)
  2. Install dependencies with npm install
  3. Generate docs with npm run docs
  4. Read docs in html format from docs