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Subcommands

Contents

Subcommands

This section describes the subcommands available for terrad.

debug addr

Changes an address from hex encoding to bech32.

Syntax

terrad debug addr <address>

Example

terrad debug addr terra14h2od5f3vahd28uywwvt8sqbi52upnzagshtrm

debug pubkey

Decodes a pubkey from proto JSON and displays the address.

Syntax

terrad debug pubkey <pubkey>

Example

terrad debug pubkey '{"@type":"/cosmos.crypto.secp256k1.PubKey","key":"AurroA7jvfPd1AadmmOvWM2rJSwipXfRf8yD6pLbA2DJ"}'

debug raw-bytes

Changes raw bytes to hex.

Syntax

terrad debug raw-bytes <raw-bytes>

Example

terrad debug raw-bytes [72 101 108 108 111 44 32 112 108 97 121 103 114 111 117 110 100]

keys add

Generates a public and private key pair for an account so that you can receive funds, send funds, create bonding transactions, and so on.

Tip

For security purposes, run this command on an offline computer.

Syntax

terrad keys add <your-key-name>

where <your-key-name> is the name of the account. It references the account number used to derive the key pair from the mnemonic. When you want to send a transaction, you will use this name to identify your account.

To specify the path (0, 1, 2, …) you want to use to generate your account, you can append the optional --account flag. By default, account 0 is generated.

The command generates a 24-word mnemonic and saves the private and public keys for account 0 simultaneously. You are prompted to specify a passphrase that is used to encrypt the private key of account 0 on disk. Each time you want to send a transaction, this password is required. If you lose the password, you can always recover the private key by using the mnemonic phrase.

Danger

To prevent theft or loss of funds, ensure that you keep multiple copies of your mnemonic and store it in a secure place and that only you know how to access it. If someone is able to gain access to your mnemonic, they are able to gain access to your private keys and control the accounts associated with them.

Tip

After you have triple-checked your mnemonic and safely stored it, you can delete bash history to ensure no one can retrieve it.

history -c
rm ~/.bash_history

To generate more accounts from the same mnemonic, run:

terrad keys add <your-key-name> --recover --account 1

You are prompted to specify a passphrase and your mnemonic. To generate a different account, change the account number.

Danger

  • Do not use the same passphrase for multiple keys. Do not lose or share your mnemonic with anyone.

Example

terrad keys add myAccount

In some cases, you might need to recover your key. If you have the mnemonic that was used to generate your private key, you can recover it and re-register your key. Issuing the following command will prompt you to enter your 24-word mnemonic.

Syntax

terrad keys add <yourKeyName> --recover

For information about generating multisignature accounts and signing transactions, see Sign with a multisig account.

keys show

Retrieves an address for a specified account. The address is prefixed by terra-, for example terra15h6vd5f0wqps26zjlwrc6chah08ryu4hzzdwhc. To receive funds, you must give an account address to the sender.

Syntax

terrad keys show <account-name>

Example

terrad keys show myAccount

To show a validator’s address, append the --bech=val flag to the end of the command statement, as shown in the following example:

terrad keys show accountExample --bech=val

To show the validator consensus address that is generated when the node is created by terrad init and the Tendermint signing key for the node, use the tendermint command, as shown in the following example:

terrad tendermint show-address

keys list

Lists all your keys.

Syntax

terrad keys list

query authz grants

Retrieves all existing grants between a granter and a grantee.

Syntax

terrad query authz grants <granter-address> <grantee-address>

Example

terrad query authz grants terra15h6vd5f0wqps26zjlwrc6chah08ryu4hzzdwhc terra14h2od5f3vahd28uywwvt8sqbi52upnzagshtrm

Additionally, the grants command can retrieve the specific grant between a granter and a grantee for a message type by appending the message type URL to the end of the command statement, as shown in the following example:

terrad query authz grants terra15h6vd5f0wqps26zjlwrc6chah08ryu4hzzdwhc terra14h2od5f3vahd28uywwvt8sqbi52upnzagshtrm /cosmos.bank.v1beta1.MsgSend

query bank balances

Displays your account balance, account number, and sequence number (nonce).

Syntax

terrad query bank balances <account-address>

Example

terrad query bank balances terra15h6vd5f0wqps26zjlwrc6chah08ryu4hzzdwhc

Note

When you query an account balance that has zero tokens or you fund an account before your node has fully synced with the chain, this error message is sent:

No account with address <account-address> was found in the state.

query bank denom-metadata

Query the client metadata for coin denominations.

query bank total

Query the total supply of coins of the chain.

query distribution rewards

Checks the all the current outstanding rewards that have not been withdrawn.

Syntax

terrad query distribution rewards

Check the current rewards earned by a specific delegator by appending the <delegator-address> at the end of the command statement, as shown in the following example:

terrad query distribution rewards terra14h2od5f3vahd28uywwvt8sqbi52upnzagshtrm

Check the current rewards earned by a delegator and restricted to one validator by appending the <delegator-address> followed by the <validator-address> at the end of the command statement, as shown in the following example:

terrad query distribution rewards terra14h2od5f3vahd28uywwvt8sqbi52upnzagshtrm terra19t4gde4f8ndwx67qhbnur9yqdc31xznpksajbcy

query distribution commission

Checks the current outstanding commission for a validator.

Syntax

terrad query distribution commission <validator_address>

Example

terrad query distribution commission terra19t4gde4f8ndwx67qhbnur9yqdc31xznpksajbcy

query distribution slashes

Checks historical slashes for a validator within a range of blocks.

Syntax

terrad query distribution slashes <validator-address> <start-block-height> <end-block-height>

Example

terrad query distribution slashes terra19t4gde4f8ndwx67qhbnur9yqdc31xznpksajbcy 25 300

query distribution community-pool

Checks all coins in the community pool.

Syntax

terrad query distribution community-pool

query distribution params

Checks the current distribution parameters.

Syntax

terrad query distribution params

The parameters are returned in YAML, as shown in the following example:

community_tax: "0.020000000000000000"
base_proposer_reward: "0.010000000000000000"
bonus_proposer_reward: "0.040000000000000000"
withdraw_addr_enabled: true

query gov deposit

Retrieves information about a single proposal deposit on a proposal by its identifier.

Syntax

terrad query gov deposit <proposal-id> <depositor-address>

Example

terrad query gov deposit 4 terra1skjwj5whet0lpe65qaq4rpq03hjxlwd9nf39lk

query gov deposits

Retrieves all deposits submitted to a proposal after it is created.

Syntax

terrad query gov deposits <proposal-id>

Example

terrad query gov deposits 5

query gov proposal

Retrieves information about one proposal.

proposal retrieves information about one proposal.

Syntax

terrad query gov proposal <proposal-id>

Example

terrad query gov proposal 3

query gov proposals

Retrieves information about all available proposals.

Syntax

terrad query gov proposals

Additionally, you can query proposals filtered by details, such as voter or depositor, by appending the corresponding flag and address at the end of the command statement, as shown in the following example:

terrad query gov proposals --voter terra13a8ddv3h7kbcn73akcbpe7ueks22vaolewpaxmb

query gov vote

Retrieves information about a single vote by a specific voter.

Syntax

terrad query gov vote <proposal-id> <voter-address>

Example

terrad query gov vote 7 terra13a8ddv3h7kbcn73akcbpe7ueks22vaolewpaxmb

query gov votes

Retrieves all the votes submitted to the proposal.

Syntax

terrad query gov votes <proposal-id>

Example

terrad query gov votes 9

query gov tally

Retrieves the current tally for a specified proposal.

Syntax

terrad query gov tally <proposal-id>

Example

terrad query gov tally 4

query gov param

Retrieves all the parameters for the specified governance process.

Syntax

terrad query gov param <process-type>

Example

terrad query gov param voting

query gov params

Retrieves all the parameters for all governance processes.

Syntax

terrad query gov params

The parameters are returned in the following format:

voting_params:
  voting_period: 5m0s
tally_params:
  quorum: "0.334000000000000000"
  threshold: "0.500000000000000000"
  veto: "0.334000000000000000"
deposit_parmas:
  min_deposit:
    - denom: uluna
      amount: "10000000"
  max_deposit_period: 48h0m0s

query mint annual-provisions

Retrieves the value of annual provisions.

Syntax

terrad query mint annual-provisions

query mint inflation

Retrieves the current value of inflation.

Syntax

terrad query mint inflation

query mint params

Retrieves the mint module’s parameters.

Syntax

terrad query mint params

Parameters are returned in the following format:

mint_denom: uluna
inflation_rate_change: "0.130000000000000000"
inflation_max: "0.200000000000000000"
inflation_min: "0.070000000000000000"
goal_bonded: "0.670000000000000000"
blocks_per_year: 6311520

query slashing signing-info

Retrieves a validator’s signing info.

Syntax

terrad query slashing signing-info <validator-consensus-public-key>

Example

terrad query slashing signing-info terravalconspub1atjdueldlxwft8d4729pqhdhm3nlss0u4wx7wpeqb1zhjf8yr1tn7cgw2b4q4yv9na

query slashing signing-infos

Retrieves signing information of all validators.

Syntax

terrad query slashing signing-infos

query slashing params

Retrieves the genesis parameters for the slashing module.

Syntax

terrad query slashing params

The parameters are returned in the following format:

signed_blocks_window: 100
min_signed_per_window: "0.500000000000000000"
downtime_jail_duration: 10m0s
slash_fraction_double_sign: "0.050000000000000000"
slash_fraction_downtime: "0.010000000000000000"

query staking delegation

Retrieves delegation information for a validator.

Syntax

terrad query staking delegation <delegator-address> <validator-address>

Example

terrad query staking delegation terra1gghjut3ccd8ay0zduzj64hwre2fxs9ld75ru9p terravaloper15h6vd5f0wqps26zjlwrc6chah08ryu4hzzdwhc

query staking delegations

Retrieves delegations for a delegator on all validators.

Syntax

terrad query staking delegations <delegator-address>

Example

terrad query staking delegations terra1gghjut3ccd8ay0zduzj64hwre2fxs9ld75ru9p

query staking delegations-to

Retrieves all of the delegations on a particular validator.

Syntax

terrad query staking delegations-to <validator-address>

Example

terrad query staking delegations-to terravaloper15h6vd5f0wqps26zjlwrc6chah08ryu4hzzdwhc

query staking historical-info

Retrieves all historical information at a specified height.

Syntax

terrad query staking historical-info <height>

Example

terrad query staking historical-info 23

query staking params

Retrieves all staking parameters.

Syntax

terrad query staking params

The parameters are returned in the following format:

unbonding_time: 504h0m0s
max_validators: 100
max_entries: 100
historical_entries: 0
bond_denom: uluna

query staking pool

Retrieves amounts stored in the staking pool.

Syntax

terrad query staking pool

The following information is returned:

  • Not-bonded and bonded tokens

  • Token supply

  • Current annual inflation and the block in which the last inflation was processed

  • Last recorded bonded shares

query staking redelegation

Retrieves redelegation information for an individual delegator between a source validator and a destination validator.

Syntax

terrad query staking redelegation <delegator-address> <src-val-addr> <dst-val-addr>

Example

terrad query staking redelegation terra1gghjut3ccd8ay0zduzj64hwre2fxs9ld75ru9p terravaloper1l2rsakp388kuv9k8qzq6lrm9taddae7fpx59wm terravaloper1gghjut3ccd8ay0zduzj64hwre2fxs9ldmqhffj

query staking redelegations

Retrieves all redelegation information for a delegator.

Syntax

terrad query staking redelegations <delegator-address>

Example

terrad query staking redelegations terra1gghjut3ccd8ay0zduzj64hwre2fxs9ld75ru9p

query staking redelegations-from

Retrieves all the delegations that are redelegating from a specified validator:

Syntax

terrad query staking redelegations-from <validator-address>

Example

terrad query staking redelegations-from terravaloper1gghjut3ccd8ay0zduzj64hwre2fxs9ldmqhffj

query staking unbonding-delegation

Retrieves information about unbonding delegations for a specified delegator and validator.

Syntax

terrad query staking unbonding-delegation <delegator-address> <validator-address>

Example

terrad query staking unbonding-delegation terra1gghjut3ccd8ay0zduzj64hwre2fxs9ld75ru9p terravaloper1l2rsakp388kuv9k8qzq6lrm9taddae7fpx59wm

query staking unbonding-delegations

Retrieves all your current unbonding delegations for a specified delegator.

Syntax

terrad query staking unbonding-delegations <delegator-address>

Example

terrad query staking unbonding-delegations terra1gghjut3ccd8ay0zduzj64hwre2fxs9ld75ru9p

query staking unbonding-delegations-from

Retrieves all the unbonding delegations from a specified validator.

Syntax

terrad query staking unbonding-delegations-from <validator-address>

Example

terrad query staking unbonding-delegations-from terravaloper1l2rsakp388kuv9k8qzq6lrm9taddae7fpx59wm

query staking validators

Retrieves the list of all registered validators.

Syntax

terrad query staking validators

To retrieve the information of a single validator, append the validator address to the end of the command statement, as shown in the following example:

terrad query staking validator terravaloper15h6vd5f0wqps26zjlwrc6chah08ryu4hzzdwhc

query tx

Retrieves a transaction by its hash, account sequence, or signature.

Syntax to query by hash

terrad query tx <hash>

Syntax to query by account sequence

terrad query tx --type=acc_seq <address>:<sequence>

Syntax to query by signature

terrad query tx --type=signature <sig1_base64,sig2_base64...>

query txs

Retrieves transactions that match the specified events where results are paginated.

Syntax

terrad query txs --events '<event>' --page <page-number> --limit <number-of-results>

Example

terrad query txs --events 'message.sender=cosmos1...&message.action=withdraw_delegator_reward' --page 1 --limit 30

query wasm bytecode

Retrieves the contract’s WASM bytecode by referencing its ID.

Syntax

terrad query wasm bytecode <code-id>

query wasm code

Retrieves information about a piece of uploaded code by referencing its ID.

Syntax

terrad query wasm code <code-id>

query wasm contract

Retrieves the metadata information about an instantiated contract.

Syntax

terrad query wasm contract <contract-address>

query wasm contract-store

Retrieves data about the contract store of the address and prints the results.

Syntax

terrad query wasm contract-store <contract-address> <query-msg>

where <query-msg> is a JSON string that encodes the QueryMsg.

Example

terrad query wasm contract-store terra1plju286nnfj3z54wgcggd4enwaa9fgf5kgrgzl '{"config":{}}'

query wasm params

Retrieves the current WASM module’s parameters.

Syntax

terrad query wasm params

The parameters are returned in the following format:

max_contract_size: 512000
max_contract_gas: 100000000
max_contract_msg_size: 1024

query wasm raw-store

Retrieves the raw store of a contract and prints the results.

Syntax

terrad query wasm raw-store <contract-address> <key> <subkey>

If the data uses a Singleton, it has only a key. If the data uses a prefixed data store, such as PrefixedStorage or Bucket, it can accept a subkey too.

tx authz exec

Runs a transaction for the granter.

Syntax

terrad tx authz exec <msg-tx-json-filename> --from=<grantee-address>

Example

terrad tx authz exec tx.json --from=<terra14h2od5f3vahd28uywwvt8sqbi52upnzagshtrm

tx authz grant

Authorizes another address to run transactions for you.

Syntax

terrad tx authz grant <grantee-address> <authorization-type> --from=<your-address>

Example

terrad tx authz grant terra14h2od5f3vahd28uywwvt8sqbi52upnzagshtrm send /cosmos.bank.v1beta1.MsgSend --from=terra15h6vd5f0wqps26zjlwrc6chah08ryu4hzzdwhc

Additionally, you can restrict this authorization to a specified allowance by including the --spend-limit flag, as shown in the following example:

terrad tx authz grant terra14h2od5f3vahd28uywwvt8sqbi52upnzagshtrm send /cosmos.bank.v1beta1.MsgSend --spend-limit=15000uluna --from=terra15h6vd5f0wqps26zjlwrc6chah08ryu4hzzdwhc

tx authz revoke

Removes authorization from an account.

Syntax

terrad tx authz revoke <grantee-address> <authorization-type> --from=<granter-address>

Example terrad tx authz revoke terra14h2od5f3vahd28uywwvt8sqbi52upnzagshtrm /cosmos.bank.v1beta1.MsgSend –from=terra15h6vd5f0wqps26zjlwrc6chah08ryu4hzzdwhc

tx bank send

Sends coins from one account to another account.

Syntax

terrad tx bank send \
    <from-key-or-address> \
    <to-address> \
    <coins> \
    --chain-id=<chain-id> \

where

  • <from-key-or-address> is either the key name or the address. If the --generate-only flag is used, only addresses are accepted.

  • to-address is an account address.

  • <coins> is a comma-separated list of coins specified as <amount><coin-denominator>. For example, 1000usdr or 1000uluna,1000usdr.

Example

terrad tx bank send \
    terra15h6vd5f0wqps26zjlwrc6chah08ryu4hzzdwhc \
    terra14h2od5f3vahd28uywwvt8sqbi52upnzagshtrm \
    8600usdr \
    --chain-id=testnet \

tx distribution fund-community-pool

Funds the community pool with the specified amount.

Syntax

terrad tx distribution fund-community-pool <amount>

Example terrad tx distribution fund-community-pool 100uluna

tx distribution set-withdraw-addr

Changes the default withdrawal address for rewards associated with an address.

Syntax

terrad tx distribution set-withdraw-addr <withdrawal-address>

Example

terrad tx distribution set-withdraw-addr terra13a8ddv3h7kbcn73akcbpe7ueks22vaolewpaxmb

tx distribution withdraw-all-rewards

Withdraws all rewards.

Syntax

terrad tx distribution withdraw-all-rewards

tx distribution withdraw-rewards

Withdraws your rewards against a validator.

Syntax

terrad tx distribution withdraw-rewards <validator-address>

Example

terrad tx distribution withdraw-rewards terra19t4gde4f8ndwx67qhbnur9yqdc31xznpksajbcy

tx gov deposit

For a proposal to be sent to the network, the amount deposited must be above a minimum amount specified by minDeposit (initial value is 50000000uluna). If the proposal you previously created didn’t meet this requirement, you can still increase the total amount deposited to activate it. After the minimum deposit is reached, the voting period for the proposal begins.

Syntax

terrad tx gov deposit <proposal-id> "<deposit-amount>" \
    --from=<name> \
    --chain-id=<chain-id>

Example

terrad tx gov deposit 15 "10000000luluna" \
    --from=terra13a8ddv3h7kbcn73akcbpe7ueks22vaolewpaxmb \
    --chain-id=phoenix-1

Warning

Proposals that don’t meet this requirement are deleted after MaxDepositPeriod is reached.

tx gov submit-proposal

Submits proposals and deposits. To create a governance proposal, you must submit an initial deposit along with a title and description of your proposal. Alternatively, you can provide the proposal directly through the --proposal flag, which points to a JSON file containing the proposal.

Text proposals

Syntax

terrad tx gov submit-proposal \
    --title=<title> \
    --description=<description> \
    --type="Text" \
    --deposit="<amount>" \
    --from=<name-or-address> \
    --chain-id=<chain-id>

Example

terrad tx gov submit-proposal \
    --title=Funding for NFT platform \
    --description=Information about the NFT platform \
    --type="Text" \
    --deposit="100000uluna" \
    --from=terra13a8ddv3h7kbcn73akcbpe7ueks22vaolewpaxmb \
    --chain-id=phoenix-1

Parameter-change proposals

When you submit a proposal to change a parameter, it is recommended that you send the proposal as a JSON file.

Syntax

terrad tx gov submit-proposal \
    param-change <path/to/proposal.json> \
    --from=<name> \
    --chain-id=<chain_id>

Example

terrad tx gov submit-proposal \
    param-change /proposals/proposal.json \
    --from=terra13a8ddv3h7kbcn73akcbpe7ueks22vaolewpaxmb \
    --chain-id=phoenix-1

where proposal.json contains the following information:

{
  "title": "Param Change",
  "description": "Update max validators",
  "changes": [
    {
      "subspace": "staking",
      "key": "MaxValidators",
      "value": 105
    }
  ],
  "deposit": [
    {
      "denom": "uluna",
      "amount": "10000000"
    }
  ]
}

Warning

Because parameter changes are evaluated but not validated, ensure that new value you propose is valid for its parameter. For example, the proposed value for MaxValidators must be an integer, not a decimal.

Community pool spend proposal

When you submit a community pool spend proposal, it is recommended that you send the proposal as a JSON file.

Syntax

terrad tx gov submit-proposal \
    community-pool-spend <path/to/proposal.json> \
    --from=<name> \
    --chain-id=<chain_id>

Example

terrad tx gov submit-proposal \
    community-pool-spend /proposals/proposal.json \
    --from=terra13a8ddv3h7kbcn73akcbpe7ueks22vaolewpaxmb \
    --chain-id=phoenix-1

where proposal.json contains the following information:

{
  "title": "Community Pool Spend",
  "description": "Pay me some Lunas!",
  "recipient": "terra1s5afhd6gxevu37mkqcvvsj8qeylhn0rzn7cdaq",
  "amount": [
    {
      "denom": "uluna",
      "amount": "10000"
    }
  ],
  "deposit": [
    {
      "denom": "uluna",
      "amount": "10000"
    }
  ]
}

Software upgrade proposals

The proposal to upgrade the software follows the syntax of a text proposal.

Syntax

terrad tx gov submit-proposal software-upgrade <name> \
    --title=<title> \
    --description=<description> \
    --upgrade-height=<block-height> \
    --upgrade-info=<binary-details> \
    --type="Text" \
    --deposit="<amount>" \
    --from=<name-or-address> \
    --chain-id=<chain_id>

Example

terrad tx gov submit-proposal software-upgrade v0.5.0-beta3 \
    --title="Upgrade to v0.6.0-beta3" \
    --description="let's upgrade to v0.6.0-beta3" \
    --upgrade-height=20 \
    --upgrade-info='{"binaries":{"darwin/amd64":"/Workspace/terra/core/build/terrad?checksum=sha256:2032356fe0899dec0cdd559f1c649bc81e53a9b4063b333059135e3a2aae8728"}}' \
    --type="Text" \
    --deposit="50000000uluna" \
    --from=terra13a8ddv3h7kbcn73akcbpe7ueks22vaolewpaxmb \
    --chain-id=phoenix-1

To cancel a software upgrade:

Syntax

terrad tx gov submit-proposal cancel-software-upgrade --title "<title>" --description "<description>"

Example

terrad tx gov submit-proposal cancel-software-upgrade --title "Upgrade to v0.5.0-beta3" --description "let's upgrade to v0.6.0-beta3"

tx gov vote

After a proposal’s deposit reaches the MinDeposit value, the voting period begins, and bonded Luna holders can vote.

Syntax

terrad tx gov vote \
    <proposal-id> <vote-type> \
    --from=<name> \
    --chain-id=<chain_id>

Example

terrad tx gov vote \
    7 yes \
    --from=terra13a8ddv3h7kbcn73akcbpe7ueks22vaolewpaxmb \
    --chain-id=phoenix-1

tx slashing unjail

Releases a jailed validator.

Syntax

terrad tx slashing unjail

Example

terrad tx slashing unjail

tx staking create-validator

Creates a new validator that is initialized with a self-delegation.

Syntax

terrad tx staking create-validator \
    --amount=<uluna-amount> \
    --pubkey=$(terrad tendermint show-validator) \
    --moniker="<moniker>" \
    --website="<validator-website>" \
    --identity="<keybase-identity>" \
    --details="<validator-optional-details" \
    --commission-rate="<commission-rate>" \
    --commission-max-rate="<commission-max-rate>" \
    --commission-max-change-rate="<commission-max-change-rate>" \
    --min-self-delegation="<self-delegation-amount>"
    --chain-id=<chain-ID> \
    --from=<key-name> \

tx staking delegate

Delegates an amount of liquid coins from your wallet to a validator.

Syntax

terrad tx staking delegate <validator-address> <amount>

Example

terrad tx staking delegate terravaloper1l2rsakp388kuv9k8qzq6lrm9taddae7fpx59wm 2500stake

tx staking edit-validator

Edits an existing validator account.

Syntax

terrad tx staking edit-validator \
    --moniker="<moniker>" \
    --details="<validator-optional-details>" \
    --commission-rate="commission-rate>" \
    --min-self-delegation="<minimum-self-delegation-amount" \

tx staking redelegate

Redelegates an amount of illiquid staking tokens from one validator to a different validator.

Syntax

terrad tx staking redelegate <from-validator-address> <to-validator-address> <amount>

Example

terrad tx staking redelegate terravaloper1gghjut3ccd8ay0zduzj64hwre2fxs9ldmqhffj terravaloper1l2rsakp388kuv9k8qzq6lrm9taddae7fpx59wm 350stake

tx staking unbond

Unbonds an amount of bonded shares from a validator.

Syntax

terrad tx staking unbond <validator-address> <stake-amount>

Example

terrad tx staking unbond terravaloper1gghjut3ccd8ay0zduzj64hwre2fxs9ldmqhffj 600stake

tx wasm clear-admin

Removes the contract admin so that the contract cannot be migrated.

Syntax

terrad tx wasm clear-admin <contract-address>

tx wasm execute

Invokes processing functions on the smart contract.

Syntax

terrad tx wasm execute <contract-address> <handle-msg> <coins>

Where <handle-msg> is a raw JSON string containing the HandleMsg that is parsed and routed to the correct message handling logic in the contract, and <coins> is the optional amount of coins specified in a comma-separated list that you want to send with your message, in case the logic requires some fees.

tx wasm instantiate

Creates a new contract by referencing the code ID of a contract that has been uploaded.

Syntax

terrad tx wasm instantiate <code-id> <init-msg> <coins>

where <init-msg> is a JSON string containing the InitMsg to initialize your contract’s state, and <coins> is the optional amount of coins specified in a comma-separated list that you want to send to the new contract account.

Example

terrad tx wasm instantiate 1 '{"arbiter": "terra~~"}' "1000000uluna"

tx wasm migrate

Updates the code ID of the contract to migrate to a new code ID. This command can be issued only from the key corresponding to the contract’s owner.

Syntax

terrad tx wasm migrate <contract-address> <new-code-id> <migrate-msg>

Example

terrad tx wasm migrate terra... 10 '{"verifier": "terra..."}'

tx wasm store

Uploads a new WASM binary or migrates to existing binary to the phoenix-1 release.

Syntax for a new WASM binary

terrad tx wasm store <path-to-wasm-file>

where <path-to-wasm-file> is the path of a file that is the compiled binary of the smart contract code that you want to upload.

tx wasm update-admin

Updates a contract owner to a new address. This command can be issued only from the key corresponding to the contract’s owner.

Syntax

terrad tx wasm update-admin <contract-address> <new-owner>