How to use WalletService

This guide will help you get started with Particle Wallet iOS SDK by setting up your environment, based on the previous guides, should now understand how to create a Wallet, our Particle Wallet iOS SDK offers common wallet pages, quick sending, viewing NFTs, viewing transaction history, and other features.

If you face any problem anytime, you can always refer to the Particle Community for us to help you out as soon as possible!

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  • iOS 14 or higher

  • Xcode 14.1 or higher

  • CocoaPods 1.12.1 or higher


Install ParticleConnectService SDK using Cocoapods.

platform :ios, '14.0'
source ''

target 'ParticleExample' do
  # Comment the next line if you don't want to use dynamic frameworks
  pod 'ParticleNetworkBase', '1.3.10'
  pod 'ParticleAuthService', '1.3.10'
  pod 'ParticleWalletAPI', '1.3.10'
  pod 'ParticleAA', '1.3.10'
  pod 'ParticleWalletGUI', '1.3.10'
  pod 'ParticleWalletConnect', '1.3.10'

  pod 'ConnectCommon', '0.2.16'
  pod 'ConnectEVMAdapter', '0.2.16'
  pod 'ConnectSolanaAdapter', '0.2.16'
  pod 'ConnectWalletConnectAdapter', '0.2.16'
  pod 'ConnectPhantomAdapter', '0.2.16'
  pod 'ParticleConnect', '0.2.16'
  pod 'ParticleAuthAdapter', '0.2.16'

post_install do |installer|
  installer.pods_project.targets.each do |target|
    target.build_configurations.each do |config|
    config.build_settings['BUILD_LIBRARY_FOR_DISTRIBUTION'] = 'YES'

Register your application

In order to use ParticleWalletService, you'll need to create a project in the Particle Dashboard and get your project id, client key and project app id.

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Create and initialize the ParticleConnectService

Create a ParticleNetwork-Info.plist into the root of your Xcode project, Copy the following text into this file, then replace YOUR_PROJECT_UUID, YOUR_PROJECT_CLIENT_KEY, and YOUR_PROJECT_APP_UUID with the new values created in your Dashboard.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "">
<plist version="1.0">

Next step is set your scheme, select your app from TARGETS in Xcode, go to the "Info" section and click on the '+' button to add a new entry to the "URL types" field, under "URL Schemes", paste your specific scheme information.

Your scheme URL should be "pn" followed by your project app id.

For instance, if your project app id is "63bfa427-cf5f-4742-9ff1-e8f5a1b9828f", your scheme URL should be "pn63bfa427-cf5f-4742-9ff1-e8f5a1b9828f".

Now, let's initialize ParticleConnectService in your project, chainInfo signifies the chain (ethereum, polygon ...) you want to initialize ParticleConnectService with.

import ConnectCommon
import ConnectPhantomAdapter
import ConnectWalletConnectAdapter
import ParticleAA
import ParticleAuthAdapter
import ParticleConnect
import ParticleNetworkBase
import ParticleWalletConnect
import UIKit

class AppDelegate: UIResponder, UIApplicationDelegate {
    var window: UIWindow?

    func application(_ application: UIApplication, didFinishLaunchingWithOptions launchOptions: [UIApplication.LaunchOptionsKey: Any]?) -> Bool {
        // Override point for customization after application launch.


        return true

    func particleInit() {
        let adapters: [ConnectAdapter] = [
        ParticleConnect.initialize(env: .debug, chainInfo: .polygon(.mumbai)) {
        ParticleConnect.setWalletConnectV2ProjectId("your wallet connect project id")

        // set your biconomy api keys
        let biconomyApiKeys =
            [80001: "your biconomy api key for chain id 80001"]

        // We support biconomy v1 | biconomy v2 | cyberConnect | simple
        AAService.initialize(name: AA.AccountName.biconomyV1, biconomyApiKeys: biconomyApiKeys)
        let aaService = AAService()
        // Set wallet connect chains,
        // Note metamask only support one chain for each connection.
//        ParticleConnect.setWalletConnectV2SupportChainInfos([.ethereum, .ethereumGoerli, .polygon, .polygonMumbai])

            WalletMetaData(name: "Particle Wallet",
                           icon: URL(string: "")!,
                           url: URL(string: "")!,
                           description: "Particle Connect is a decentralized wallet connection protocol that makes it easy for users to connect their wallets to your DApp."))

        ParticleWalletConnect.setWalletConnectV2ProjectId("your wallet connect project id")

    func application(_ app: UIApplication, open url: URL, options: [UIApplication.OpenURLOptionsKey: Any] = [:]) -> Bool {
        return ParticleConnect.handleUrl(url)

All here, initialization is complete.

Wallet UI

After your connect a wallet, if you want to send token, call PNRouter.navigatorTokenSend,

it receives a parameter TokenSendConfig, pass nil means send native token.

You can create a new TokenSendConfig object, specify token address, receiver address and amount.

@IBAction func openTokenSend() {
    PNRouter.navigatorTokenSend(tokenSendConfig: nil)

If you want to explore transactions status, you need to open token transactions page,

it also support specify token address, pass nil means native token.

It is much more useful when encountered pending transactions.

PNRouter.navigatorTokenTransactionRecords(tokenTransactionRecordsConfig: nil)

Also you can try NFT send page and NFT detail page, you must specify the NFT address.

@IBAction func openNFTDetail() {
    let nftAddress = "0xb3a07Fa38804810a14bB8877AF69Ab547502D321"
    let tokenId = "1690288350001"
    let config: NFTDetailsConfig = .init(address: nftAddress, tokenId: tokenId)
    PNRouter.navigatorNFTDetails(nftDetailsConfig: config)

@IBAction func openNFTSend() {
    let nftAddress = "0xb3a07Fa38804810a14bB8877AF69Ab547502D321"
    let toAddress = "0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000"
    let tokenId = "1690288350001"
    let config: NFTSendConfig = .init(address: nftAddress, toAddress: toAddress, tokenId: tokenId, amount: 1)
    PNRouter.navigatorNFTSend(nftSendConfig: config)

You'd better add an entrance for wallet page, the most useful one, all wallet features in one page.

@IBAction func openWallet() {
    PNRouter.navigatorWallet(display: .token)

Dive Deeper

In this guide, we learned how to use the Particle Auth iOS SDK for social login, sending transactions, and signing message. If you want to learn more about different use cases, check out the Particle Wallet page.

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