executeTransfer

Transfer the native token of a blockchain from one destination to another.

This function transfers native tokens ( BTC / ETH / VET / ... ) from one address to another. The destination can be any blockchain address, a wallet, or a smart contract, it can even be an email address.

signer.executeTransfer({
    walletId: '71dec640-4eb8-4321-adb8-b79461573fc4',
    to: '0xf147cA0b981C0CD0955D1323DB9980F4B43e9FED',
    value: 3.14159265359,
    secretType: 'ETHEREUM',
    data: '' //optional
})

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๐Ÿง™ You donโ€™t have to take into account the number of decimals for different tokens, Venly handles that for you.

Example: If a token has 18 decimals and you want to transfer 1 token, provide the value 1. Venly will translate this to the correct non-decimal value (1 * 10e18).

Signature:

signer.executeTransfer(transferRequestDto, options?): Promise<SignerResult>

Returns:

Promise<SignerResult>

Parameters:

ParameterRequiredDescription
transferRequestDtoTrueThe transfer request you want to execute. For more info on how this request should look like, see transferRequestDto.
optionsFalseRedirect options you want to pass. Only available when using a REDIRECT signer

Example:

const signer = venlyConnect.createSigner();

signer.executeTransfer({
    walletId: '71dec640-4eb8-4321-adb8-b79461573fc4',
    to: '0xf147cA0b981C0CD0955D1323DB9980F4B43e9FED',
    value: 3.14159265359,
    secretType: 'ETHEREUM',
}).then((signerResult) => {
   if (signerResult.success) {
       console.log(`Transaction ${signerResult.result.transactionHash} has been successfully executed!`);
   } else {
       console.warn(`Something went wrong while executing the transaction`);
   }
}).catch((reason) => {
    console.log(error);
});

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๐Ÿง™ Using the network parameter, the node to which the transaction is sent can be set manually. It allows you to submit a transaction to any mainnet or testnet node of your choosing, public or private. ( Ethereum only)

Object Types

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