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Quick Start

Get the Project

Make sure you have docker installed on your machine.
  1. 1.
    Cloning the project
git clone

Launch the Wallet

A docker-compose configuration is provided as a convenience for quick-start. It sets up and starts all modules required to fully benefit from the wallet's functions. The runtime configuration files should be available in the same folder as the docker-compose file. There are sample configuration files provided, except walt.yaml which should be updated with the corresponding API keys.
If the web-wallet fails to render, make sure the hosts file contains the correct hostname. Check the troubleshooting for more details.
  1. 1.
    Change working directory
cd docker-compose
  1. 3.
    Start services
docker-compose up
  1. 4.
    Stop services
docker-compose down


The following modules were enabled, to make use of all the functionality offered by the web-wallet.
  • Wallet-Kit - exposes an API used by the wallet to enable the management of VCs, DIDs and their related keys.
  • NFT-Kit - used as a native dependency to enable the display of NFTs in the wallet.
  • Issuer Portal - the web page with which the wallet interacts to receive credentials.
  • Verifier Portal - the web page with which the wallet interacts to do credential verification.

Runtime configurations

Find configuration options available for your wallet below. The docker-compose used a default setup for quick start.


Refer to the Configurations section for more details.


When the wallet user starts an issuance flow from the wallet by clicking "request credential", the web-wallet needs to know the location where it should redirect the user to. This location is configured on the wallet-frontend side with the IssuerUrl environment variable.

Wallet Kit

Wallet Kit needs to be configured for the following modules: