The Beam Dappnet Wallet offers users various preferences and advanced features that you can access from the Settings


Adjust your desktop wallet features to your desired preference:
  • General: select your preferred language, adjust lock screen times, choose to show USD or BTC currencies.
  • Notifications: toggle wallet notifications and transaction status on or off.
  • Utilities: find your public offline address (show public offline address), acquire small amounts of Beams for testing purposes (Beam Community Faucet), or rescan the blockchain if you think your wallet balance is not up to date. You can export and import wallet data, and view UTXO.
  • Privacy: add additional layers of security to your Beam wallet.
  • DApps: adjust local server port settings.


Locate sensitive Beam wallet data or contact Beam technical support.
  • Resources: locate your IPFS repository and wallet metadata locations on your computer.
  • Report a Problem: follow all the steps to contact Beam tech support.


Adjust the settings of your Beam integrated node and IPFS integrated node. Users can also connect additional cryptocurrencies for Atomic Swaps.

How it looks in your wallet

General settings

Select your preferred language, configure your wallet to display USD or BTC, or adjust your lock screen times.


Turn on or off Wallet updates and Transaction statuses.


The DAppnet wallet constantly monitors the blockchain and synchs new data with your wallet as soon as it records on the blockchain. If you suspect your wallet balance, transaction, or UTXO status is not up to date, you can always rescan your wallet to sync with the blockchain.
You can withdraw small amounts of Beam from the Beam Community Faucet.
You can view your public offline address that never expires, however, we strongly recommend that public offline addresses be used only for receiving donations or for charity organizations. Your public offline address is traceable and not as secure as creating a new wallet address for every transaction.
You can also display any UTXO's in your wallet and view the current blockchain height.


The privacy settings allow users to adjust and add additional security measures to your DAppnet wallet. Users can change their Maximum Anonymity set transactions settings (transaction time, Maximum Anonymity set size), prevent DApps from launching automatically, or make it so they must re-enter their password for every transaction.
The privacy settings also allow users to find their wallet owner key and create a new wallet password.


DApps automatically run from local server port 34700.


Locating your Beam wallet folder is crucial if you wish to save your transaction histories and other metadata between Beam software updates.
The IPFS repository will contain all metadata related to uploaded DApp files and My DApp Store data.
Go to Report a Problem and follow the steps listed, or view them below to contact Beam Technical support:
  1. 1.
    Click "Save wallet logs" and choose a destination folder for the log archive.
  2. 2.
    Send an email to [email protected] or open a ticket on Github.
  3. 3.
    Attach the logs archive.
Remember to include which version of Beam you are using (located in top right corner) when contacting Beam tech support.


Report a problem


When running an integrated node, you should specify the port on which the node will be listening and the node peers list. You can switch to a remote node and specify a specific or local node.
When running an InterPlantary File System (IPFS) node, use the node's default settings.
To perform Atomic Swaps, you must connect your Beam wallet with the desired currency you wish to swap. You can connect to your desired crypto via node or Electrum wallet address. You can swap your Beam coins with any of the cryptocurrencies listed below:
  • Bitcoin
  • Litecoin
  • Qtum
  • Dogecoin
  • Dash
  • Ethereum

Beam integrated node

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Last modified 9mo ago