The EOSToolkit is one of my favourite EOS tools. It has a huge range of features, from beginners to advanced.
You can create new accounts with it, stake or unstake your EOS for more CPU or bandwidth, buy and sell RAM, change your owner and active keys, and many other very useful things!
The EOSToolkit was created by Nathan Rempel of Genereos, and is widely used by the EOS community for a whole range of functionality on the EOS blockchain. At present, here is a list of things you can do with it:
- Create new accounts
- Login to multiple accounts via Scatter and check your balances
- Stake and unstake EOS for more bandwidth or CPU resources
- Buy and sell RAM
- Change active and owner keys
- Assign multiple keys to the same account (eg. having 2 or more active keys owned by different people on the same account)
- Vote for block producers and become a proxy (or assign your vote to a proxy)
- Send tokens
- Create multisig transactions
- Vote in the referendum
- Add a post to the forum
- Claim your BP rewards (for block producers)
- And a number of other features such as staking on various dapps (Karma, Horus, etc.)
All in all, the EOSToolkit is an extremely useful tool and one that I use almost daily, as it provides quick and easy access to any of my EOS accounts through Scatter, and has a range of features that can’t be easily found anywhere else!
The code has been fully vetted by the community, and Nathan is one of the most trusted developers in the EOS community.