connect ethereum to connect your Ethereum wallet with Hummingbot.
Enter your wallet private key >>>
There are two ways to connect your Hummingbot wallet from other wallets like Metamask and MyCrypto:
- Importing the wallet's keyfile
- Importing the wallet's private key
To import your wallet using its JSON keyfile:
- Export the JSON keyfile from other wallets such as Metamask, MyCrypto, or MyEtherWallet
- Save the file in the
- Rename the file to
[address]is the public Ethereum address in the format
- Start Hummingbot
connectcommand to confirm if keys are confirmed and added for ethereum.
When you import a wallet with Hummingbot, a JSON file named
key_file_[address].json is created in the
/conf directory. This JSON keyfile contains the encrypted private key of your wallet and can be imported into other dApps.
- In the Hummingbot client run command
- Enter the private key associated with the wallet
Within the Hummingbot CLI, you can use the
export_private_key command to display the private key associated with a wallet address. You can import your wallet to dApps like Metamask and MyCrypto using this private key as well.
Interacting with blockchain protocols requires access to a node through which you can send and receive data.
config ethereum_rpc_url to use your Ethereum node with Hummingbot:
Which Ethereum node would you like your client to connect to? >>>