eth-lightwallet - Lightweight JS Wallet for Node and the browser

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A minimal ethereum javascript wallet. LightWallet is a HD wallet that can store your private keys encrypted in the browser to allow you to run Ethereum dapps even if you're not running a local Ethereum node. It uses BIP32 and BIP39 to generate an HD tree of addresses from a randomly generated 12-word seed.

https://github.com/ConsenSys/eth-lightwallet

Dependencies:

bitcore-lib : ^0.15.0
bitcore-mnemonic : ^1.5.0
buffer : ^4.9.0
crypto-js : ^3.1.5
elliptic : ^3.1.0
ethereumjs-tx : ^1.3.3
ethereumjs-util : ^5.1.1
rlp : ^2.0.0
scrypt-async : ^1.2.0
tweetnacl : 0.13.2
web3 : 0.20.2

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