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4. Sending ABELs

To send ABELs, we go to the SEND page and enter the receiver’s wallet address instance.


Figure 30: Send ABELs.

By pressing PASTE FROM CLIPBOARD or IMPORT FROM FILE button, we can input the receiver’s address instance either from the copy-and-paste clipboard or a file, respectively. Also, the address type can be either the conventional long wallet address instance or a short address from the receiver.


Figure 31: Receiver’s ABEL wallet address instance is recovered based on the short address pasted here.

After the ABEL wallet address instance (called “full address” in the Desktop Wallet) is successfully retrieved from the server, we can then enter the number of ABELs to be sent and the Master Password for unlocking our wallet.


Figure 32: Input transfer amount and Master Password to SEND.

After pressing the SEND button, a pop-up window will be shown for us to double confirm the sending instruction. Once confirmed, the transaction will be created and sent to the Abelian Mainnet via the Abewallet and Abc services.


Figure 33: Confirmation.

If the transaction is generated successfully and being submitted by Abec onto the Abelian Mainnet, a pop-up window with “Transaction submitted.” message will be displayed.


Figure 34: ABEL transfer transaction created.

On the TXS page, the generated transaction will also be shown. It will also show the gas fee amount and the confirmation status, which indicates whether the transaction has been included in some block on the Abelian Mainnet.


Figure 35: Transaction status checking.

Furthermore, the balance of the sender will be updated. On the TXS page, an icon next to txid contains a link pointing to the Abelian Network Explorer. This link can bring us to this transaction detail page on the Abelian Network Explorer.


Figure 36: Transaction details.

By clicking the link, the Abelian Network Explorer will be opened on your web browser. It shows details of the specified transaction.


Figure 37: Abelian Network Explorer.