EosioSwiftEcc 0.4.0

EosioSwiftEcc 0.4.0

Maintained by Brandon Fancher, Paul Kim, Mark Johnson.

Depends on:
EosioSwift~> 0.4.0

  • By
  • Todd Bowden, Serguei Vinnitskii, Farid Rahmani, Brandon Fancher, Mark Johnson, Paul Kim, Steve McCoole and Ben Martell

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EOSIO SDK for Swift: ECC EOSIO Alpha

Software License Swift 5.0

EOSIO SDK for Swift: ECC is a library for working with public and private keys, cryptographic signatures, encryption/decryption, etc. as part of the EOSIO SDK for Swift family of libraries.

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  • Xcode 10 or higher
  • CocoaPods 1.5.3 or higher
  • For iOS, iOS 11+


To use ECC in your application, add the following pod to your Podfile:


target "Your Target" do
  pod "EosioSwiftEcc", "~> 0.4.0"

Then run pod install.


ECC provides the following methods, among others. This list will expand as more are added.

  • EosioEccSign.signWithK1(...): Sign data with a K1 key for validation on an EOSIO chain.
  • EccRecoverKey.recoverPublicKey(...): Recover a public key from a private key or from a signature and message.
  • EccRecoverKey.recid(...): Get the Recovery ID for a signature, message and target public key.


Please refer to the generated code documentation at https://eosio.github.io/eosio-swift-ecc or by cloning this repo and opening the docs/index.html file in your browser.

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