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Welcome to the Stacks.js repository, your one-stop solution for working with the Stacks blockchain using JavaScript/TypeScript. This repository nests a collection of packages designed to provide you with the essential building blocks to work with the Stacks blockchain from JavaScript/TypeScript.


For installation instructions and usage guidelines, refer to the respective `README`` in each package directory.

Connecting Wallets

  • @stacks/connect Connect web application to Stacks wallet browser extensions (separate repo).

Stacks Primitives

  • @stacks/transactions Construct, decode transactions, and work with Clarity smart contracts on the Stacks blockchain.
  • @stacks/wallet-sdk Library for building wallets, managing accounts, and handling keys for the Stacks blockchain.
  • @stacks/storage Store and fetch files with Gaia, the decentralized storage system.
  • @stacks/encryption Encryption functions used by stacks.js packages.
  • @stacks/auth Construct and decode authentication requests for Stacks apps.
  • @stacks/profile Functions for manipulating user profiles.
  • @stacks/network Network and API library for working with Stacks blockchain nodes.
  • @stacks/common Common utilities used by stacks.js packages.

Native Smart Contract Interaction


  • @stacks/cli Command line interface to interact with auth, storage, and Stacks transactions.
  • @stacks/keychain DEPRECATED: replaced by @stacks/wallet-sdk


Auto-generated library references for the stacks.js packages are located at

Migrating from previous versions

To migrate your app from blockstack.js to Stacks.js follow the steps in the migration guide.

Bugs and feature requests

If you encounter a bug or have a feature request, we encourage you to follow the steps below:

  1. Search for existing issues: Before submitting a new issue, please search existing and closed issues to check if a similar problem or feature request has already been reported.
  2. Open a new issue: If it hasn't been addressed, please open a new issue. Choose the appropriate issue template and provide as much detail as possible, including steps to reproduce the bug or a clear description of the requested feature.
  3. Evaluation SLA: Our team reads and evaluates all the issues and pull requests. We are available Monday to Friday and we make our best effort to respond within 7 business days.

Please do not use the issue tracker for personal support requests or to ask for the status of a transaction. You'll find help at the #support Discord channel.

Contributing & Development

Development of Stacks.js happens in the open on GitHub, and we are grateful to the community for contributing bug fixes and improvements. Read below to learn how you can take part in improving the Stacks.js.

Code of Conduct

Please read Stacks.js' Code of Conduct since we expect project participants to adhere to it.

Contributing Guide

Read our contributing guide to learn about our development process, how to propose bug fixes and improvements, and how to build and test your changes.


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Stacks.js is open source and released under the MIT License.

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