GRAFT Transactions: How to Transfer Your GRFT Between Wallets

If you read GRAFT white paper, you probably know that RTA (Real Time Authorizations) is one of the main features proposed by GRAFT. Eventually, all GRAFT transactions will be real-time (point of sale purchases) or near real-time (“regular” inexpensive, or in some situations even free fund transfers between user wallets). Now, when ICO is finished, we can finally be fully focused on development of RTA and other important features.

Implementing RTA, however, is not a simple task which requires significant development and testing efforts, and we never promised it will be available at the beginning. Meanwhile, before RTA is available on mainnet, GRAFT wallet users will be able to transfer their GRFT balances between wallets using “traditional”, slow transactions. Such transfer is not available on mainnet for mobile and desktop wallets yet, only on RTA testnet; however, those transfers between mobile and desktop wallets will be available on mainnet by the end of this week.

Note that even now you can use CLI wallet for GRFT transfers by exporting your mobile or desktop wallet and importing it into CLI wallet:

Exporting wallet from mobile/desktop wallet app

To view the mnemonic phrase go to the Settings and press “Show Mnemonic Password” button. The application will ask you to enter your password if the password is correct, you will see the mnemonic phrase.

Installing CLI wallet

See Installing VM and Installing network node and CLI wallet sections of Mining Guide

Importing mobile/desktop wallet into CLI wallet

To restore your wallet via GRAFT CLI, you need to get the mnemonic phrase of your GRAFT wallet and run GRAFT CLI with the following options:

–restore-deterministic-wallet \\allow to create wallet from mnemonic phrase

–electrum-seed “” \\mnemonic phrase of your Graft wallet


.//graft-wallet-cli –restore-deterministic-wallet –electrum-seed “


\graft-wallet-cli.exe –restore-deterministic-wallet –electrum-seed “