evmGetAddress

Ethereum: get address

Display requested address derived by given BIP32 path on device and returns it to caller. User is presented with a description of the requested key and asked to confirm the export on OneKey.

const response = await HardwareSDK.evmGetAddress(connectId, deviceId, params)

Params

Optional common params

Exporting single address

  • path — required string | Array<number> minimum length is 5. more information

  • showOnOneKey — optional boolean determines if address will be displayed on device. Default is set to true

  • chainId - optional number The ChainId in ETH is a unique identifier for a specific Ethereum network, used to distinguish different versions of the blockchain. Reference.

Exporting bundle of addresses

  • bundle - Array of Objects with path and showOnOneKey fields

Example

Display address of first ethereum account:

HardwareSDK.evmGetAddress({
    path: "m/44'/60'/0'/0/0",
    chainId: 1
});

Return a bundle of ethereum addresses without displaying them on device:

HardwareSDK.evmGetAddress({
    bundle: [
        { path: "m/44'/60'/0'/0/0", chainId: 1, showOnOneKey: false }, // account 1
        { path: "m/44'/60'/1'/0/0", chainId: 1, showOnOneKey: false }, // account 2
        { path: "m/44'/60'/2'/0/0", chainId: 1, showOnOneKey: false }  // account 3
    ]
});

Result

Result with only one address

{
    success: true,
    payload: {
        address: string,     // displayed address
        path: Array<number> // hardended path
    }
}

Result with bundle of addresses sorted by FIFO

{
    success: true,
    payload: [
        { address: string, path: Array<number> }, // account 1
        { address: string, path: Array<number> }, // account 2
        { address: string, path: Array<number> }  // account 3
    ]
}

Error

{
    success: false,
    payload: {
        error: string, // error message
        code: number // error code
    }
}

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