Lisk Hub Documentation
Lisk Hub is an all-in-one solution to manage your Lisk ID, access and send LSK tokens, as well as vote for delegates. It combines functionality from the former wallet and blockchain explorer. In the future, Lisk Hub will feature a DEX (decentralised exchange), Sidechain's registration and the ability to launch your own ICO.
Table of contents
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Lisk Hub has a built-in notification system to alert you when a new version is available:
Checking for updates
In case you dismissed the upgrade, you can double-check by going to
Check for updates... in the menu:
After installing Lisk Hub on your device you will be able to use the
lisk protocol. Example:
Everything that comes after
lisk:// is treated as a route so this example will open the Lisk Hub app on the wallet page.
When clicking on a Lisk URL, the system opens Lisk Hub (if it is installed) directly on the desired page. It can prefill certain fields or enable certain features in Lisk Hub on the fly.
The Dashboard provides an overview of the recent transaction, market price changes, and recent social media updates of Lisk.
It also provides a list of all added Booksmarks and the option to add new ones.
The transaction history provides a chronological overview of all transactions associated with this account on the Lisk blockchain.
The "Account Info" page displays information about the casted votes of an account.
In case the respective Lisk ID did register a delegate on the network, there will be a "Delegate stats" instead of the "Account info" page, which will display additional information, like a list of accounts that have voted for that particular delegate, and some general statistics about the productivity of the respective delegate.
Send transactions with Lisk Hub by navigating to the "Wallet" page and hit the "Send" button.
On the next page, it is needed to specify the recipient address and the amount of LSK that should be sent.
The Reference is an optional data string, that will be connected to the transaction.
It can be a custom string of 64 bytes and is often used as a reference, what the transaction is about.
LSK can be requested from the "Wallet" page of Lisk Hub. Hit the "request" button on the upper right corner.
Lisk Hub offers different ways to request LSK from people:
- request LSK via email
- request LSK via QR-Code
- request LSK via Lisk URL (described below)
By clicking on "Request specific amount" button, Lisk Hub will help you to create a link with the recipient(in that case your Lisk ID) and the amount of LSK, you want to receive.
Then post it to the person you want to receive LSK from.
By clicking on the link, Lisk Hub will open (if installed on the system) and prefill amount, recipient and reference for the user, so he/she only needs to hit the send button to send the tokens.
Lisk URL example:
lisk://wallet/send?recipient=8004805717140184627L&amount=8&reference=for being awesome
Opens the wallet and prefills the send form with recipient and amount.
14628350534858367799L for the address and
8 LSK for the amount.
Lisk Hub supports to create Bookmarks of accounts. Bookmarks work basically like an address book.
The user can save his*her favorite Lisk addresses with name, what makes finding and recognizing addresses much more simple.
When sending LSK with Lisk Hub, the user may choose conveniently among the already created bookmarks.
This feature is not accessible through the GUI (graphical user interface) of Lisk Hub.
To sign a message, use the Lisk URL below.
Opens the sign message form and prefills it with your message.
As an example we use
i love lisk hub.
Lisk URL example:
lisk://sign-message?message=i love lisk hub
The signed message will look like this:
Makes voting for delegates easier.
As example, we want to vote for
slasheks and unvote
This will open the Lisk app and automatically select the delegates
slasheks for upvoting and
vipertkd for unvoting.
The below screenshot displays how it looks, if the votes are set manually inside the GUI.
Hardware wallet support
Lisk Hub supports Ledger Nano hardware wallets.
Support for more hardware wallet models is planned to add in future versions.
Steps to connect your Ledger Nano with Lisk Hub:
- Connect your Ledger Nano with the computer and login by entering your secret PIN on the Ledger Nano.
- Install the Lisk app on your Ledger Nano via Ledger Live.
- Open the Lisk Hub sign-in page.
It should recognize your connected Ledger Nano, and offer an additional login method "Hardware login".
- Open the Lisk app on the Ledger Nano.
- Click on the link named after your Ledger device after "Hardware login".
- Pick your account on the "Accounts on Ledger" page.
The login page with recognized hardware wallet device.
If you see this page, Lisk Hub is successfully connected to your Ledger device.
The most convenient way to create your personal Lisk ID within a few seconds.
On the login screen of Lisk Hub, hit "Create an Account".
After a few clicks, the account creation is completed.
Important: Make sure to keep your secret passphrase safe, that is generated during account creation.
The secret passphrase will be the only way to access your wallet.
List of Settings:
- Security: Security relevant features of Lisk Hub.
- Advanced features: General Settings.
- Network switcher
- Delegate features: Enables voting for delegates features on Lisk Hub.
- Send anonymous statistics: Share anonymous usage statistics with Lisk Hub.
- Local: Settings for customizing Lisk Hub appearance.
You can register for a
second passphrase for a fee 5 LSK via the Settings page.
The second passphrase will be prompted each time the account performs important actions, like sending transactions or voting.
Auto-logout is a security feature that logs the user out after 10 minutes automatically.
The user may reset the timer manually to prevent auto-logout from happening.
It is possible to turn it off completely on the Settings page.
Turning it off temporarily can make sense, e.g. during the voting process, as it may log you off in the middle of it if you spend more than 10 minutes on the selection page.
In that case, don't forget to turn it back on after the voting process.
The default network Lisk Hub will try to connect to is the Lisk Mainnet.
The network switcher on the login page is not visible by default, but can be enabled from the settings page or alternatively through Lisk URL.
Opens the login page and enables the network switcher options.
A new option will appear on the login screen, that allows the user to change the network, or to specify a concrete custom Node, Lisk Hub should connect to.
On the "Settings" page, you can select your preferred currency conversion.
- $ (USD)
- € (EUR)
Contribute to the Codebase
Everyone is invited to contribute to the Lisk Hub project. We welcome and appreciate all contributions.
All necessary information can be found on our Lisk Hub Github.
Please be sure to read and follow our Contribution Guidelines.
If you have any further questions please join our Gitter.