The easiest way to interact with the node is currently by using Python. The most convenient library for this is Pywaves or PyCWaves.
You can select between mainnet and testnet. For mainnet we use network char L, for testnet ‘l’.
Below snippet shows how to properly setup pywaves for Turtle Network.
import pywaves as py py.setNode('https://cluster.testnet.tnnode.turtlenetwork.eu', 'testnetTN', 'l') py.setMatcher('https://testnet.matcher.turtlenetwork.eu') py.DEFAULT_CURRENCY='TN'
Following snippet show how to use 2 networks at the same time, could be waves and TN, but also TN and TN-testnet
pw1 = pw.ParallelPyWaves() address = pw.Address(address='3PCdNCULgjM9ZMLEt61M45qxV26ro6o48Jj',pywaves=pw1) print(address.address) pw2 = pw.ParallelPyWaves() pw2.setNode("https://tnnode2.turtlenetwork.eu","TN MAINNET",'L') address2 = pw.Address(privateKey='privatekey',pywaves=pw2) print(" address: "+address2.address)