bitcoin‐cli − manual page for bitcoin‐cli v0.17.0.0 bitcoin‐cli [options] <command> [params] Send command to Bitcoin Core bitcoin‐cli [options] ‐named <command> [name=value]... Send command to Bitcoin Core (with named arguments) bitcoin‐cli [options] help List commands bitcoin‐cli [options] help <command> Get help for a command Bitcoin Core RPC client version v0.17.0.0 −? This help message −conf=<file> Specify configuration file. Relative paths will be prefixed by datadir location. (default: bitcoin.conf) −datadir=<dir> Specify data directory −getinfo Get general information from the remote server. Note that unlike server−side RPC calls, the results of −getinfo is the result of multiple non−atomic requests. Some entries in the result may represent results from different states (e.g. wallet balance may be as of a different block from the chain state reported) −named Pass named instead of positional arguments (default: false) −rpcclienttimeout=<n> Timeout in seconds during HTTP requests, or 0 for no timeout. (default: 900) −rpcconnect=<ip> Send commands to node running on <ip> (default: 127.0.0.1) −rpccookiefile=<loc> Location of the auth cookie. Relative paths will be prefixed by a net−specific datadir location. (default: data dir) −rpcpassword=<pw> Password for JSON−RPC connections −rpcport=<port> Connect to JSON−RPC on <port> (default: 8332 or testnet: 18332) −rpcuser=<user> Username for JSON−RPC connections −rpcwait Wait for RPC server to start −rpcwallet=<walletname> Send RPC for non−default wallet on RPC server (needs to exactly match corresponding −wallet option passed to bitcoind) −stdin ‐2‐ Read extra arguments from standard input, one per line until EOF/Ctrl−D (recommended for sensitive information such as passphrases). When combined with −stdinrpcpass, the first line from standard input is used for the RPC password. −stdinrpcpass Read RPC password from standard input as a single line. When combined with −stdin, the first line from standard input is used for the RPC password. −version Print version and exit Chain selection options: −testnet Use the test chain Copyright (C) 2009‐2018 The Bitcoin Core developers Please contribute if you find Bitcoin Core useful. Visit <https://bitcoincore.org> for further information about the software. The source code is available from <https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin>. This is experimental software. Distributed under the MIT software license, see the accompanying file COPYING or <https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT> This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit <https://www.openssl.org> and cryptographic software written by Eric Young and UPnP software written by Thomas Bernard.