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System Newaccount

Description

Create an account, buy ram, stake for bandwidth for the account

Positional Arguments

  • creator TEXT - The name of the account creating the new account
  • name TEXT - The name of the new account
  • OwnerKey TEXT - The owner public key for the new account
  • ActiveKey TEXT - The active public key for the new account

Options

  • -h,--help Print this help message and exit
  • --stake-net TEXT - The amount of EOS delegated for net bandwidth
  • --stake-cpu TEXT - The amount of EOS delegated for CPU bandwidth
  • --buy-ram-bytes UINT - The amount of RAM bytes to purchase for the new account in kilobytes KiB, default is 8 KiB
  • --buy-ram-EOS TEXT - The amount of RAM bytes to purchase for the new account in EOS
  • --transfer - Transfer voting power and right to unstake EOS to receiver
  • -x,--expiration TEXT - set the time in seconds before a transaction expires, defaults to 30s
  • -f,--force-unique - force the transaction to be unique. this will consume extra bandwidth and remove any protections against accidently issuing the same transaction multiple times
  • -s,--skip-sign Specify if unlocked wallet keys should be used to sign transaction
  • -d,--dont-broadcast - Don't broadcast transaction to the network (just print to stdout)
  • -r,--ref-block TEXT set the reference block num or block id used for TAPOS (Transaction as Proof-of-Stake)
  • -p,--permission TEXT - An account and permission level to authorize, as in 'account@permission' (defaults to 'account@active')
  • --max-cpu-usage-ms UINT - set an upper limit on the milliseconds of cpu usage budget, for the execution of the transaction (defaults to 0 which means no limit)
  • --max-net-usage UINT - set an upper limit on the net usage budget, in bytes, for the transaction (defaults to 0 which means no limit)
  • --delay-sec UINT set the delay_sec seconds, defaults to 0s
  • -j,--json print result as json

Examples