Curl Script Usage in Ethereum Blockcypher's API

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 I am a beginner and I want some guidance as to what to do with the folloing code. How do I use the below line of code to get the secret and public pair? I have curl enabled in my xampp server and have the token they gave me.

curl -sX POST https://api.blockcypher.com/v1/eth/main/addrs?token=YOURTOKEN

May 28, 2018 in Blockchain by nsv999
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You should store and keep the private key with you. The private key gives you access to move the funds of a given address. There is no way to get the private key using this API. 

If you want to send a transaction using blockcypher, they have an endpoint for that, but you'll need to sign the transaction before using it.

The following  tutorial might help you: https://blockcypher.github.io/documentation/samples/create-tx.html

answered May 28, 2018 by Christine
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