Agama is a multi-currency wallet developed by Komodo. Utrum token OOT is integrated into Agama. Follow the steps in this article to install and configure your Agama OOT Wallet.

Agama wallet is available in Desktop and Web. Please note the web version is in Beta. Do not store large amounts in web wallet.

Agama Web Wallet

Desktop and Web Wallet have the same procedure to setup OOT wallet. Scroll down for instructions.

Download Agama Desktop

Agama Installation Video for Windows users

Agama Installation Video for Mac users

Step by Step Instructions

Click on Activate coin and select Utrum OOT from the drop-down list. By default, Lite (SPV) mode is selected. Lite mode doesn't require any blockchain to be loaded locally. All data is requested on demand from Electrum servers. Lite mode has higher network latency compared to native mode. Click "Activate coin" button.

Activate OOT coin

Once coin is activated, click on "create new wallet"

Create new wallet

Copy the wallet seed and keep it in a safe place. Confirm the wallet seed.

Wallet Seed/WIF

Click Register


Login to your wallet

First Login

It is a good practice to write down your public address, log out and login into Agama again to verify that your seed is correct.

Click Soft Logout. If you use complete log out option, you have to activate coin again.


Enter your Wallet seed and click Signin

If you would like to export Private Keys from Agama. Click on settings, scroll down to 'Export Keys". Enter your wallet seed, click on "Get WIF keys' button.

Export Private Key

Back up Wallet.dat if you are using native mode

Windows Users

Backup your wallet.dat file by navigating to the Komodo folder in appdata/roaming

Open windows folder search

At the top, type %appdata%

Double click the Komodo folder

Copy and save your wallet.dat file in a secure place. (The wallet.dat contains your private keys)

Mac Users

Backup your wallet.dat file by copying and pasting it into a reachable folder.

Format: cp ~/Library/Application\ Support/Komodo/wallet.dat ~/YourChosenDirectory/
Example: cp ~/Library/Application\ Support/Komodo/wallet.dat ~/Desktop/

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Please remember to do the following

Write it down on a sheet of paper. This is one of the easiest and most secure ways to store your seed offline.
You can generate a QR code that can then be printed. This may not be as secure.
You can also use a password manager (such as KeePass). This also may not be as secure.
Verify that your seed always generates the same public address.
Your seed will always generate the exact same public address.
If you log in and do not recognize your public address, you must have mistyped your seed.
To verify that you properly stored your seed, we recommend that you log in, log out, and log in again to check that your public address remains the same. You should do this BEFORE sending any funds, and you should verify that the seed you are typing into the login input matches the seed you permanently stored.


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When using the Agama wallet for the first time, be sure to immediately back up your seed. Please note that your seed is the only way to access your funds. It is your responsibility to properly backup and store your seed. If you lose your seed, you lose your funds.
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