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Purser simplifies interaction with Ethereum based wallets. It supports both hardware and software wallets and provides a consistent and predictable interface to work with during dApp development.

Purser is:

Simple - Has an easy and intuitive API. Get started in minutes!

Predictable - Uses the same commands for all wallet types.

Sane - Maintains developer health by using proper error messages, validations and sanitisers.

Plug & Play - Supports Hardware (Ledger, Trezor) and Software (ethers.js) wallets out of the box.

Purser was brought to you by the fine folks at Colony. To learn more about Colony, you can visit the website or read the white paper.

Quickstart (software wallet)

To use the software wallet (based on the ethers wallet):


npm install @purser/software


Create a new wallet

import { create } from '@purser/software'

const wallet = await create();

console.log(wallet); // { address: '...', privateKey: '...', publicKey: '...' }

or open an existing one (based on the mnemnonic)

import { open } from '@purser/software'

const wallet = await open({ mnemonic: '...' });

console.log(wallet); // { address: '...', privateKey: '...', publicKey: '...' }


Please see the documentation with detailed examples and explanations.


Purser is a monorepo consisting of a collection of Ethereum wallet libraries:

The future

We plan to add support more hardware wallets and other features that will make wallet interactions even easier. Stay tuned!


We welcome all contributions to Purser. You can help by adding support for new wallet types, testing existing wallets, or improving the documentation.

Please read our Contributing Guidelines for how to get started.


The purser monorepo and each individual purser library are MIT licensed.

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