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I have a remote node setup with RPC enabled and restricted_rpc set to false. I am trying to create a new wallet remotely, but I'm getting the response: Error: method not found

curl -u 123:abc--digest -X POST http://xxxx.com:18089/json_rpc -d '{"jsonrpc":"2.0","id":"0","method":"create_wallet","params":{"filename":"mytestwallet","password":"mytestpassword","language":"English"}}' -H 'Content-Type: application/json'

Alternatively, how can I do it locally using monerod that connects to a remote node? Basically I don't want to download the entire monero blockchain, but still be able to create wallets.

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You cannot create wallets using the daemon RPC (monerod). For that functionality, you would use the monero-wallet-rpc calling it's method create_wallet.

Alternatively, if you just wanted to create a local wallet (so not on the same host as your remote node), you would use monero-wallet-cli locally and have that connect to the remote node using --daemon-address host:port.

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Are you saying you're asking a node to create a wallet ? A node cannot. A node doesn't deal in wallets, just in blockchain. Ask your local wallet, which in turns talks to the node hosted wherever.

  • "Ask your local wallet, which in turns talks to the node hosed wherever." <- The OP shows they are trying to use the wallet RPC method create_wallet, which is specifically designed to allow creating of a wallet on a remote machine. – jtgrassie Mar 1 at 21:59
  • If you read the post, it says "I have a remote node setup". Node is not wallet. Maybe there's a wallet too, but it was not mentioned, so there is no reason to assume there is one. – user36303 Mar 1 at 22:42
  • I did read it. OP is stating multiple things.. That they're using a node but also trying to call a wallet RPC method. Also trying to create a remote wallet "I am trying to create a new wallet remotely". Your answer does not address this. – jtgrassie Mar 2 at 0:21

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