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BITCOIN-CLI(1)			 User Commands			BITCOIN-CLI(1)

NAME
       bitcoin-cli - manual page for bitcoin-cli v0.20.1.0

SYNOPSIS
       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

DESCRIPTION
       Bitcoin Core RPC	client version v0.20.1.0

OPTIONS
       -?

	      Print this help message and exit

       -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, testnet:	18332,
	      regtest: 18443)

       -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). This
	      changes the RPC endpoint used, e.g.   http://127.0.0.1:8332/wal-
	      let/<walletname>

       -stdin

	      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. When combined with -stdinwalletpassphrase,
	      -stdinrpcpass   consumes	 the  first  line,  and	 -stdinwallet-
	      passphrase consumes the second.

       -stdinwalletpassphrase

	      Read wallet passphrase from standard input  as  a	 single	 line.
	      When combined with -stdin, the first line	from standard input is
	      used for the wallet passphrase.

       -version

	      Print version and	exit

       Debugging/Testing options:

       Chain selection options:

       -chain=<chain>

	      Use the chain <chain> (default:  main).  Allowed	values:	 main,
	      test, regtest

       -testnet

	      Use the test chain. Equivalent to	-chain=test.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 2009-2020 The Bitcoin Core	developers

       Please  contribute if you find Bitcoin Core useful. Visit <https://bit-
       coincore.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 li-
       cense, see the accompanying file	COPYING	or <https://opensource.org/li-
       censes/MIT>

bitcoin-cli v0.20.1.0		   July	2020			BITCOIN-CLI(1)

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