The core functionality of Themelio is encapsulated in a few command-line tools:
themelio-nodeis the full node reference implementation. You’ll use
themelio-nodeto contribute to the network, either as a nonvoting auditor node, or a voting staker node that stakes Sym to participate in Themelio’s proof-of-stake consensus.
melwalletdis a thin-client wallet daemon. It exposes a local REST API that can be directly used, but is intended mostly as a microservice that wallet GUIs, trading bots, and other programs use to transact on the blockchain.
melminteris a Melmint minter that uses CPU power to mint nominal DOSCs, which can then be converted to Mel or Sym. It interfaces with
Installing the CLI tools
The recommended way of installing Themelio software at the moment is by compiling from source. Since Themelio’s CLI tools are written purely in Rust, this is very easy using Rust’s Cargo package manager.
Installing a Rust toolchain
The best way to install a Rust toolchain is to follow the official guide.
Make sure that your Cargo version is at least 1.52:
$ cargo --version cargo 1.52.1
$ cargo install --locked --git https://github.com/themeliolabs/themelio-core.git themelio-node ...
$ cargo install --locked --git https://github.com/themeliolabs/melwalletd.git
$ cargo install --locked --git https://github.com/themeliolabs/melminter.git