Protect your apps from supply chain attacksInstall
Note: If you're looking for base 58 check encoding, see: https://github.com/bitcoinjs/bs58check, which depends upon this library.
npm i --save bs58
input must be a
Buffer, or an
Array. It returns a
const bs58 = require('bs58') const bytes = Uint8Array.from([ 0, 60, 23, 110, 101, 155, 234, 15, 41, 163, 233, 191, 120, 128, 193, 18, 177, 179, 27, 77, 200, 38, 38, 129, 135 ]) const address = bs58.encode(bytes) console.log(address) // => 16UjcYNBG9GTK4uq2f7yYEbuifqCzoLMGS
input must be a base 58 encoded string. Returns a Uint8Array.
const bs58 = require('bs58') const address = '16UjcYNBG9GTK4uq2f7yYEbuifqCzoLMGS' const bytes = bs58.decode(address) // See uint8array-tools package for helpful hex encoding/decoding/compare tools console.log(Buffer.from(bytes).toString('hex')) // => 003c176e659bea0f29a3e9bf7880c112b1b31b4dc826268187
You can use this module in the browser. Install Browserify:
npm install -g browserify
browserify node_modules/bs58/index.js -o bs58.bundle.js --standalone bs58
bigias a dependency
Base 58 encoding / decoding
The npm package bs58 receives a total of 931,718 weekly downloads. As such, bs58 popularity was classified as popular.
We found that bs58 demonstrated a not healthy version release cadence and project activity because the last version was released a year ago. It has 6 open source maintainers collaborating on the project.
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