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Tried to search over github for a readymade Django Stellar Package, is there any available or do I have to start from scratch using the Python SDK ?

How to safely store the seed/mnemonic for a public facing webserver ?

Edit: You you look at the linked tutorial below http://blog.adnansiddiqi.me/develop-your-first-python-app-integrated-with-decentralized-stellar-network/

In the main of your Flask app assign these addresses to some variables, I do as below:

SITE_ADDR = 'GAFNKWN2GX7FCCSYLS36OUN2NIWJAU4UVZC44MVTQQX6HDAUZ2UUQL6I'
SITE_SEED = 'SCC2V25EPMDLWUXNOJNLTBFXMWDHLLNJOY4DN5LWIEKFMYADNPW2OFXX'
MEMBER_ADD = 'GBYVSIXRDKJDHY5JGK6N37RFLZ2JDH3GDZPYOWXITQCWOCQ26VSRSXZF'
MEMBER_SEED = 'SBGUJJV6FSUL5S3AWH36XPYFIGGMAV3RQK7NSZWO7PTIS2ZCSPFVREGT'

That's exactly my concern, if by any chance my main.py is leaked. Everything is compromised.

  • can you clarify what you mean by seed? – EndingWithAli Mar 16 '18 at 18:22
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    There is a Python port of Stellar SDK. I have written a post about how can you use it. Check this out: blog.adnansiddiqi.me/… – Volatil3 Mar 17 '18 at 5:17
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At the moment, there are no stellar-django packages.

Not sure what you mean here by "seed" but user data shouldn't be stored on any public facing endpoints/public facing endpoints. I think the answer you may be looking for is try implementing in browser signing instead.

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