DEVIANT (DEV)

DEVIANT (DEV) – COIN INFO & MN GUIDE V4.0.0.0

COIN SPECIFICATION:

  • Name: Deviant
  • Ticker: DEV
  • Algo: Quark
  • Block Time: 60 Seconds
  • Difficulty Retargeting: Every Block
  • Max Supply (POW Phase): 4.1 Mio.
  • Max Supply (POS Phase): 88 Mio.
  • Premine: 4.1 Mio.
  • Block Halving: -18% / Year
  • Coins Burned: 880000
  • RPC Port: 22617
  • P2P Port: 22618

REWARD:

BLOCK HEIGHTPOS(%)MN(%)BLOCK REWARDPOS REWARDMN REWARD
501-100000208020416
100001-25650109020218
225650-751300109016.41.6414.76
751301-1276950109013.451.3412.1
1276951-1802600109011.031.109.93
1802601-232825010909.040.98.14
2328251-285390010907.410.746.67
2853901-337955010906.080.615.47
3379551-390520010904.990.54.49
3905201-443085010904.090.413.68
4430851-495650010903.350.343.01
4956501-548215010902.750.272.47
5482151-600780010902.250.232.03
6007801-653345010901.850.181.66
>6533450109010.10.9

EXCHANGE:

COIN INFO:

Masternode Tracking:

Social Media:

MASTERNODE SETUP GUIDE DEVIANT (DEV) V4.0.0.0

PREREQUISITE
STEP 1 – DOWNLOAD AND SYNC THE WINDOWS WALLET

Here are the download links.

After the installation and starting the new wallet it needs some time to find network connections to other nodes. Please be patient for a moment.

Win-64bitWin-32bitLinux
STEP 2 – SETTING UP THE COLLATERAL TRANSACTION

The first step involves sending exactly the needed masternode collateral about 5000 to a new wallet address. You’ll want to have a small amount above to cover the transaction fee, so you’ll need to have a starting balance of at least, say 5001 DEV. First, we’ll create a new wallet address to hold the collateral.

In the QT wallet, choose: File->Receiving addresse… and give it a label, such as MN01

Click Request Payment to create the address. You’ll see the new address. Choose Adddress Copy to store that address in the clipboard.

Click Close to exit the receiving address dialog. Now we’ll send the collateral amount to the address you just created.

Under the Send tab, paste the address that you copied into the Pay To: field. The Label field should pre-populate with the label you gave it earlier, in this case, MN01 and in the Amount: field, enter the actual collateral (5000 DEV)

Click Send and your transaction will be broadcast to the network

You’ll need to wait for 15 confirmations (the current number of confirmations is viewable in the Transactions tab before the masternode will fully activate. But now wait at least 1 confirmation before you follow the guide.

We can start working through the rest of the setup in the meantime

All is clear till now? This part was successful? When yes go to the next step, when no start over. All steps are easy and clear. Read, understand and do it.

STEP 3 – LOGGING INTO YOUR VPS WITH PUTTY 

To access the VPS, we need to use a protocol called SSH. An SSH session will give you command-line access to your VPS and will be the mechanism we use for running commands on the Linux machine. We’ll use a program called PuTTY. (For OSX users, you can use your Terminal and just run the command ssh root@<YOUR VPS IP ADDRESS>)

The latest version of PuTTY can be downloaded from here. Install PuTTY and run it. Once open, you’ll see the standard PuTTy interface: Under Host Name, enter the IP address for your VPS.

You’ll likely see a security alert listing the ssh key fingerprint, choose Yes. Next up, you’ll see the login prompt for your VPS.

Note that in PuTTY, a right-click will paste the contents of your clipboard. So if you’re copying and pasting the root password, a right-click will paste. You won’t see any *’s or feedback for the password when you paste it, so just hit Enter after pasting. If you get an Access Denied message, double-check your root password and try typing it in manually rather than pasting.

STEP 4 – INSTALL THE MASTERNODE

Download the wallet and install Script:

  • cd ..
  • cd /usr/local/bin
  • wget https://github.com/Deviantcoin/Wallet/raw/master/deviant-4.0.0-x86_64-linux-gnu.tar.gz
  • tar -xvzf deviant-4.0.0-x86_64-linux-gnu.tar.gz
  • cd deviant-4.0.0/bin
  • sudo mv deviant-cli deviantd /usr/local/bin
  • deviantd -daemon
  • deviant-cli stop
  • sudo nano /root/.DeviantCore/deviant.conf

Get your Masternode Priv-Key. Go in Win Wallet to Tools → Debug Consol

Type the command below and press enter

  • masternode genkey

Back to your VPS and add following Text with your Settings.

rpcuser= What you want
rpcpassword= What you want
rpcport=22617
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
port=22618
logintimestamps=1
maxconnections=32
masternode=1
externalip= Your VPS IP :22618
masternodeprivkey= Your Priv Key

addnode=78.46.244.246
addnode=147.135.211.77
addnode=157.230.244.90
addnode=138.197.136.194
addnode=149.28.12.178
addnode=46.232.251.106
addnode=51.77.148.14
addnode=54.38.78.22
addnode=78.159.150.118
addnode=212.237.32.49
addnode=86.105.54.232
addnode=45.76.217.49
addnode=212.227.72.203
addnode=188.68.32.36
addnode=130.185.250.237
addnode=130.185.250.231

  • Ctrl + o
  • Enter
  • Ctrl + x
  • deviantd -daemon

Now check the Block Sync Process

  • deviant-cli getinfo

When its on same Block as Explorer, then check the MN Sync Process

  • deviant-cli mnsync status

When you see “RequestedMasternodeAssets” : 999, then is everything finish synced.

STEP 5 – SET MASTERNODE CONFIG (WIN WALLET)

Now hopefully your transaction to yourself has been confirmed.

Go to Tools → Debug Consol

Type the command below and press enter

  • masternode outputs

It should print something like this: {“a61877d567694a5f050cfbca8104e53e349076149af7cb6c37e013e62565377f”:“1”}

The long string is the transaction id of your payment and the number is transaction ID . You will use them shortly.

Go to the tools tab within the wallet and click open “masternode configuration file”

  • Fill in the form.
  • Type MN01
  • Then the IP of your VPS and Portnumber 22618
  • Then the PrivKey from Step 4 this is your masternode GenKey
  • The TxHash is the transaction ID/long key that you copied to the text file.
  • The Output Index is the 0 or 1 that you copied to your text file. 

Example: MN01 127.0.0.1:22618 BuDDDVRiWNCL3RF4bCQvPixRWwPpXj2W1iJaDDJtN64TvvoVS 63a2ba1c72d71507ca5fd54f183e205444bcda031e4aeb90d03ab5aa1ab10a08 1

!Everything in a line with only one space between the phrases!

Click “File Save”

STEP 6 – START MASTERNODE
  • Reopen the Winwallet
  • Click on the Masternodes tab “My masternodes”
  • Click start alias in the masternodes tab

Check the status of your masternode within the VPS by using the command below:

  • deviant-cli masternode status

You should see “Masternode successfully startet”

Social Send (SEND)

Social Send (SEND) Coin Info & Masternode Guide V1.2.0.5

Coin Specification:

NameSocial Send
Ticker SymbolSEND
AlgorithmQuark
Collateral12 500 Send
TypePoW – PoS Hybrid*
Block Time~60 Seconds
Difficulty RetargetingEvery Block
Max Coin Supply (PoS)65 Mil SEND
Premine/Initial Supply30 Mil SEND*
RPC Port50051
P2P Port50050

*First 1000 Blocks PoW. 1001 – Infinite Blocks PoS only.

**30Mil SEND Premined for Swap of existing PIE/PIEX Chain 28 Million + Pre-Sale for Cryptopia Listing.

Staking/Masternode Reward Details:

Send Produced25 SENDs (25SENDs for 1st year & varies Per block for coming years)
Amount Designated for Staking Rewards25% of block reward goes to Staking
Amount Designated for Masternode Rewards75% of block reward goes to Masternode
Rewards AlgorithmTeeter Totter Based Targeting System
Coin Maturity to Stake150 Blocks

PoS/PoW Block Details:

Proof Of Work Phase1-1000 Blocks.
Proof of Stake Phase1001-infinite

Staking Methods:

Masternodes (new)– 12500 SENDs (From Block Height 385000)
Wallet StakingYes – 1 to infinite Send

Staking/Masternode Reward Details:

Send Produced25 SENDs (25SENDs for 1st year & varies Per block for coming years)
Amount Designated for Staking Rewards25% of block reward goes to Staking
Amount Designated for Masternode Rewards75% of block reward goes to Masternode
Rewards AlgorithmTeeter Totter Based Targeting System
Coin Maturity to Stake150 Blocks

EXCHANGE:

COIN INFO:

Social Media:

Masternode Tracking:

Airdrop and Faucets:

MASTERNODE SETUP GUIDE Social Send (SEND) 1.2.0.5

PREREQUISITE
STEP 1 – DOWNLOAD AND SYNC THE WINDOWS WALLET

Here are the download links.

After the installation and starting the new wallet it needs some time to find network connections to other nodes. Please be patient for a moment.

Win-64bitWin-32bitLinux
STEP 2 – SETTING UP THE COLLATERAL TRANSACTION

The first step involves sending exactly the needed masternode collateral about 12500 SEND to a new wallet address. You’ll want to have a small amount above to cover the transaction fee, so you’ll need to have a starting balance of at least, say 125001 SEND. First, we’ll create a new wallet address to hold the collateral.

In the QT wallet, choose: File->Receiving addresse… and give it a label, such as MN01

Click Request Payment to create the address. You’ll see the new address. Choose Adddress Copy to store that address in the clipboard.

Click Close to exit the receiving address dialog. Now we’ll send the collateral amount to the address you just created.

Under the Send tab, paste the address that you copied into the Pay To: field. The Label field should pre-populate with the label you gave it earlier, in this case, MN01 and in the Amount: field, enter the actual collateral (12500 SEND)

Click Send and your transaction will be broadcast to the network

You’ll need to wait for 15 confirmations (the current number of confirmations is viewable in the Transactions tab before the masternode will fully activate. But now wait at least 1 confirmation before you follow the guide.

We can start working through the rest of the setup in the meantime

All is clear till now? This part was successful? When yes go to the next step, when no start over. All steps are easy and clear. Read, understand and do it.

STEP 3 – LOGGING INTO YOUR VPS WITH PUTTY 

To access the VPS, we need to use a protocol called SSH. An SSH session will give you command-line access to your VPS and will be the mechanism we use for running commands on the Linux machine. We’ll use a program called PuTTY. (For OSX users, you can use your Terminal and just run the command ssh root@<YOUR VPS IP ADDRESS>)

The latest version of PuTTY can be downloaded from here. Install PuTTY and run it. Once open, you’ll see the standard PuTTy interface: Under Host Name, enter the IP address for your VPS.

You’ll likely see a security alert listing the ssh key fingerprint, choose Yes. Next up, you’ll see the login prompt for your VPS.

Note that in PuTTY, a right-click will paste the contents of your clipboard. So if you’re copying and pasting the root password, a right-click will paste. You won’t see any *’s or feedback for the password when you paste it, so just hit Enter after pasting. If you get an Access Denied message, double-check your root password and try typing it in manually rather than pasting.

STEP 4 – INSTALL THE MASTERNODE
  • cd /
  • cd usr/local/bin
  • wget https://github.com/SocialSend/SocialSend/releases/download/1.2.0.5/LINUX64.zip
  • unzip LINUX64.zip
  • rm -R __MACOSX
  • cd LINUX64
  • sudo mv send-cli sendd /usr/local/bin
  • cd ..
  • rm -R LINUX64.zip LINUX64
  • sendd -daemon
  • send-cli stop
  • nano /root/.send/send.conf

Get your Masternode Priv-Key. Go in Win Wallet to Tools → Debug Consol

Type the command below and press enter

  • masternode genkey

Paste following Text with your Details to the open Config at VPS

rpcuser=What you want
rpcpassword=What you want
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1

rpcport=50051
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logintimestamps=1
maxconnections=32
masternode=1
externalip=Your VPS IP:50050
masternodeprivkey=Your Priv Key

addnode=145.239.42.71:50050
addnode=37.59.221.130:50050
addnode=5.135.211.225:50050
addnode=116.202.25.26:50050
addnode=209.250.250.93:50050
addnode=178.32.23.121:50050
addnode=89.40.9.12:50050
addnode=5.39.108.243:50050
addnode=178.62.16.198
addnode=80.211.15.94
addnode=95.179.140.21
addnode=5.135.156.77
addnode=142.93.196.249
addnode=199.247.23.163
addnode=138.197.158.68
addnode=185.28.103.87
addnode=155.138.234.38
addnode=173.249.45.140
addnode=108.61.176.177
addnode=185.69.55.78
addnode=51.75.16.180
addnode=149.28.43.206
addnode=207.148.83.205
addnode=45.77.145.233

  • Ctrl + o
  • Enter
  • Ctrl + x
  • sendd -daemon

Now check the Block Sync Process

  • send-cli getinfo

When its on same Block as Explorer, then check the MN Sync Process

  • send-cli mnsync status

When you see “RequestedMasternodeAssets” : 999, then is everything finish synced.

STEP 5 – SET MASTERNODE CONFIG (WIN WALLET)

Now hopefully your transaction to yourself has been confirmed.

Go to Tools → Debug Consol

Type the command below and press enter

  • masternode outputs

It should print something like this: {“a61877d567694a5f050cfbca8104e53e349076149af7cb6c37e013e62565377f”:“1”}

The long string is the transaction id of your payment and the number is transaction ID . You will use them shortly.

Go to the tools tab within the wallet and click open “masternode configuration file”

  • Fill in the form.
  • Type MN01
  • Then the IP of your VPS and Portnumber 50050
  • Then the PrivKey from Step 4 this is your masternode GenKey
  • The TxHash is the transaction ID/long key that you copied to the text file.
  • The Output Index is the 0 or 1 that you copied to your text file. 

Example: MN01 127.0.0.1:50050 BuDDDVRiWNCL3RF4bCQvPixRWwPpXj2W1iJaDDJtN64TvvoVS 63a2ba1c72d71507ca5fd54f183e205444bcda031e4aeb90d03ab5aa1ab10a08 1

!Everything in a line with only one space between the phrases!

Click “File Save”

STEP 6 – START MASTERNODE
  • Reopen the Winwallet
  • Click on the Masternodes tab “My masternodes”
  • Click start alias in the masternodes tab

Check the status of your masternode within the VPS by using the command below:

  • send-cli masternode status

You should see “Masternode successfully startet”

Proof of Work (POW)

What is Proof of Work (POW) ?

Bild von Gerd Altmann auf Pixabay

What is Proof of Work (POW) ?

Originally from 1993, the proof-of-work concept was developed to prevent denial-of-service attacks and other service misuse, such as spam, on a network by requiring some work from the service user. The work requested is usually processing time by a computer.

In 2009, Bitcoin introduced an innovative method to use proof of work as a consensus algorithm used to validate transactions and transfer new blocks to the blockchain.

This has finally developed into a widespread consensus procedure in many different cryptocurrencies.

How does it work?

In short, miners in a network compete against each other to solve complex computing tasks. While the puzzles are difficult to solve, checking whether the solution is correct is easy. Once a miner has found the solution to the puzzle, he can send the block to the network, where all other miners can then check whether the solution is correct.

Let’s take an example.

Bitcoin is a blockchain-based system that is maintained through the collaboration of decentralized nodes. Some of these nodes are referred to as miners and are responsible for adding new blocks to the blockchain. To do this, the miners must try to guess a random number (nonce). This number, when combined with the data specified in the block and used in a hash function, must provide a result that meets the given conditions, e.g. a hash starting with four zeros. If a matching result is found, the other nodes check the validity of the result and the miner node is rewarded with the block bonus.

It is therefore impossible to add a new block to the main chain without first finding a valid nonce, which in turn creates the solution of a specific block (block hash). Each validated block contains a block hash that represents the work done by the miner, so it is called a proof-of-work.

Proof of Work helps protect the network from numerous different attacks. A successful attack would require a lot of computing power and a lot of time for the calculations and would therefore be inefficient. The costs would be greater than the potential benefits of attacking the network.

One problem with proof of work is that mining requires expensive computer hardware that consumes a lot of power. In addition, it is no longer used beyond complicated algorithm calculations to ensure the security of the network.

Although proof of work may not be the most efficient solution, it is still one of the most popular ways to reach consensus in blockchains. There are already alternative methods and approaches to solve the problems, but only time will tell which method will be the successor to proof-of-work.

Proof of Stake (POS)

What is a Proof of Stake (POS)?

Bild von Gerd Altmann auf Pixabay

What is a Proof-of-Stake (POS)?

The proof-of-stake consensus algorithm was already discussed at the Bitcointalk forum in 2011 in order to solve the problems of the currently most popular algorithm, the proof-of-works. While they both have the same goal of reaching consensus on the blockchain, the process of achieving the goal is very different.

How does it work?

The proof-of-stake algorithm uses a random selection process to select a node as a validator for the next block. This is done based on a combination of factors, which can include staking age, chance and the knot’s fortune.

It can be noted that in proof-of-stake systems, blocks are “forced” rather than mined. Proof-of-stake cryptocurrencies often start selling pre-mine coins. Alternatively, you can also start with the proof-of-work algorithm and switch to the proof-of-stake later.

While proof-of-work based systems create cryptocurrencies to reward miners, the proof-of-stake system typically uses transaction fees as a reward.

Users who want to participate in the forging process are obliged to block a certain number of their coins as their use in the network. The size of the stake determines the chances that a node will be selected as the next validator to advance the next block – the larger the stake, the greater the chance. To ensure that the process not only favors the richest nodes in the network, additional unique methods are added to the selection process. The two most commonly used methods are “random block selection” and “coin selection by age”.

With random block selection, the validators are selected by searching for nodes with a combination of the lowest hash value and the highest bet, and since the size of the bets is public, the next validator can usually be predicted by other nodes.

Coin selection by age selects nodes based on how long their tokens have been locked. The coin age is calculated by multiplying the number of days the coins are held as a bet by the number of coins that are bet. As soon as a node has forced a block, its coin age is reset to zero and it has to wait a certain time to forge another block – this prevents nodes with a large stake from dominating the blockchain.

Each cryptocurrency that uses the proof-of-stake algorithm has its own rules and methods that it believes are the best possible combination for them and their users.

When a node is selected to advance to the next block, it checks whether the transactions in the block are valid, signs the block, and adds it to the blockchain. As a reward, the node receives the transaction fees associated with the transactions in the block.

If a node wants to stop being a Forger, its stake will be released along with the rewards earned after a certain period of time, giving the network time to check that there are no dishonest blocks that the node has added to the blockchain.

Safety

The use serves as a financial motivator for the Forger node in order to neither create nor validate fraudulent transactions. If the network detects a fraudulent transaction, the Forger node loses part of its use and the right to participate as a Forger in the future. As long as the stake is higher than the reward, the validator would lose more coins than he would win if he tried to defraud.

To effectively control the network and approve fraudulent transactions, a node would need to have a majority stake in the network, also known as a 51% attack. Depending on the value of a cryptocurrency, this would be very impractical, as it would require 51% of the circulating supply to be in control of the network.

The main advantages of the proof-of-stake algorithm are energy efficiency and security.

A large number of users are advised to operate nodes because it is simple and inexpensive. This and the random process also make the network more decentralized, since no mining pools are required to extract the blocks. And since there is less need to create new coins to reward Forger, it helps to keep the price of a particular coin more stable.

It’s good to remember that the cryptocurrency industry is rapidly changing and evolving, and that there are several other algorithms and methods that are being developed and tried out.

French Digital Reserve (FDR) – NEWS (DE)

Eine Kreditplattform und ein Handelsraum in Dubai werden vom französischen Digital Management ins Leben gerufen

French Digital Reserve ist ein aktualisiertes Konzept, das von einer engagierten Community und einem ehrgeizigen Team aktualisiert wird. Es basiert auf dem Geist der Blockchain: Dezentralisierung und Effizienz.

Im Laufe der Zeit haben sich Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLTs) als nützlich erwiesen, und die Regierungen breiten jetzt ihre Waffen aus, akzeptieren ihre Vorteile und integrieren die Lösung in Schlüsselsektoren der Wirtschaft.

China, das zum Beispiel für seine Haltung zu Kryptowährungen bekannt ist, hat klargestellt, dass es weltweit führend bei aufstrebenden Technologien und künstlicher Intelligenz sein will.

Warum French Digital Reserve?

French Digital Reserve ist eine Option für Verbraucher und Unternehmen. Im Kern ist es darauf ausgerichtet, Effizienz und Sicherheit zu gewährleisten, indem Lösungen bereitgestellt werden, mit denen Benutzer passives Einkommen erzielen und sogar billig einkaufen können.

Und zusätzlich. Das Ökosystem ist breit und Benutzer können neben der FD-Reserve in ihrer Heimatwährung führende Münzen wie Bitcoin, Ethereum (ETH) und Litecoin (LTC) verwenden. Diese Offenheit ist nur ein Spiegelbild des empfänglichen Charakters der Gründer des Projekts. Sie sind ein Team von Investoren und Entwicklern, die sich für Blockchain begeistern.

Die Plattform hat eine globale Perspektive und basiert auf Proof-of-Stake und einem abgestuften Masternode system, das Sicherheit und Energieeffizienz gewährleistet. Mit einer abgestuften Masternode architektur kann das Netzwerk skaliert werden. Gleichzeitig liegt der Anreiz durch Proof of Stake auf jährlichen Renditen, die je nach Akzeptanz, Blockhöhe und Netzwerkschwierigkeiten über den Marktpreisen liegen können.

Wenn Sie auf dieser Plattform nur Münzen in den unterstützten Geldbörsen halten, können Sie je nach Schwierigkeitsgrad des Netzwerks 17% der Blockbelohnungen gewinnen. Über das Masternode system kann ein Benutzer problemlos ein Netzwerk aufbauen und der französischen Digital Reserve-Familie beitreten. Dort kann er je nach Sicherheit 50%, 20% oder 8% der Blockprämienauszahlung erhalten.

Einführung in das französische digitale Management: Kredit- und Handelsraum

Das Team plant die Gründung einer Tochtergesellschaft, des French Digital Management. Ziel der Tochtergesellschaft ist es, zwei Finanzprodukte auf den Markt zu bringen: Kredite und einen Handelsraum in Dubai. Die Kreditplattform wird für Einzelhändler und Institutionen hohe Zinssätze von 10% anziehen.

„Ich freue mich, heute die bevorstehende Schaffung von French Digital Management mit dem French Digital Reserve-Team bekannt zu geben. Der CEO des französischen Digital Managements plant die Einführung von zwei Investitionsprogrammen an den Finanzmärkten, zunächst ein Kreditangebot für Privatpersonen und Institutionen in Krypto / Krypto mit einer erwarteten Rendite von 10% pro Jahr. Zweitens planen wir, einen Handelsraum zu eröffnen und ein Team von Händlern zusammenzustellen, die sich auf Verschlüsselung in Dubai spezialisiert haben. Dieser Investmentfonds soll den Menschen die Möglichkeit geben, ein vollständiges Portfolio an Investitionen in Kryptogeld zu haben, von Masternodes über Kredite bis hin zu Marktspots. Unsere Büros sollen im August 2020 in der Freihandelszone (0% Körperschaftsteuer) der Jumeirah Lake Towers in Dubai angemietet werden. Der Fonds wird vom Dubai International Financial Centre gesponsert, das derzeit sein digitales Geschäft in Dubai ausbauen will Mittlerer Osten.”

Finden Sie Ihre Masternode (FYMN) Vs. Block to Gift (BTOG)

Es gibt bereits zwei Dienste von French Digital Reserve: Finden Sie Ihre Masternode (FYMN) und Block to Gift (BTOG). BTOG sollte im vierten Quartal 2019 starten und die Beta wird bald veröffentlicht. Während FYMN bereits in der Demo ist und im ersten Quartal 2020 veröffentlicht werden soll.

BTOG richtet sich an Verbraucher und ist der Ort, an dem man aus Hunderten von Geschenkkarten ein perfektes Geschenk finden kann. Hier kann ein Kunde auch seine Lieblingsvideos abonnieren und mit seinen Familien günstig reisen. Die Registrierung ist kostenlos und erfordert kein Halten der FD Reserve, eine Anmeldung ist jedoch nicht erforderlich. Kunden können auf Dienste zugreifen, aber diejenigen die sich registrieren erhalten Rabatte.

Inzwischen ist FYMN für Projekte. Hier können Führungskräfte Tools bewerten, um Masternode projekte zu finden, die nützliche Metriken wie Masternode statistik, Hosting, Portfolio, Explorer-Hosting und vieles mehr ermitteln. FDR-Masternodes, die auf der FYMN von French Digital Reserve gehostet werden, erhalten einen Dividendenbonus.

Mithilfe von FDR können Projektleiter über PayPal Krypto und sogar Fiat bezahlen, um an statistischen Standorten aufgelistet zu werden. Ebenso können sie ihre Masternodes hosten und mit ihren Belohnungen bezahlen. Einige Masternode-Partner des Projekts, darunter Dextro, ZCore Central, NodeHub und andere. Zur Annahme akzeptiert die Plattform auch eine einheitliche Währung, unabhängig davon, ob sie projektleiterorientiert (FYMN) oder Verbraucher (BTOG) sind.

Abgesehen davon hat das französische Digitalreservat eine Partnerschaft mit Golden Roads Capital geschlossen. Der Fonds ist vollständig lizenziert und reguliert und wird von Amsterdam aus betrieben. Es ist seit 2018 in Betrieb und bietet solide Anlagetaktiken auf dem Markt für digitale Währungen.

Quelle: https://cryptoshib.com/lending-platform-trading-room-french-digital-management/

Beacon (BECN)

BEACON (BECN) COIN INFO & MN GUIDE V3.4.0.0

EXCHANGE:

COIN INFO:

SOCIAL MEDIA:

OFFICIAL PARTNERSHIPS:

MONITORING SITES:

APPS:

  • Delta App
  • Blockfolio APP

MASTERNODE SETUP GUIDE BEACON (BECN) V3.4.0.0

PREREQUISITE
STEP 1 – DOWNLOAD AND SYNC THE WINDOWS WALLET

Here are the download links.

After the installation and starting the new wallet it needs some time to find network connections to other nodes. Please be patient for a moment.

Win-x64UbuntuWin-x32
STEP 2 – SETTING UP THE COLLATERAL TRANSACTION

The first step involves sending exactly the needed masternode collateral about 1000 to a new wallet address. You’ll want to have a small amount above to cover the transaction fee, so you’ll need to have a starting balance of at least, say 1001 BECN. First we’ll create a new wallet address to hold the collateral.

In the QT wallet, choose: File->Receiving addresse… and give it a label, such as MN01

Click Request Payment to create the address. You’ll see the new address. Choose Adddress Copy to store that address in the clipboard.

Click Close to exit the receiving address dialog. Now we’ll send the collateral amount to the address you just created.

Under the Send tab, paste the address that you copied into the Pay To: field. The Label field should pre-populate with the label you gave it earlier, in this case, MN01 and in the Amount: field, enter the actual collateral (1000 BECN)

Click Send and your transaction will be broadcast to the network

You’ll need to wait for 15 confirmations (the current number of confirmations is viewable in the Transactions tab before the masternode will fully activate. But now wait at least 1 confirmation before you follow the guide.

We can start working through the rest of the setup in the meantime

All is clear till now? This part was successful? When yes go to the next step, when no start over. All steps are easy and clear. Read, understand and do it.

STEP 3 – LOGGING INTO YOUR VPS WITH PUTTY 

To access the VPS, we need to use a protocol called SSH. An SSH session will give you command-line access to your VPS and will be the mechanism we use for running commands on the Linux machine. We’ll use a program called PuTTY. (For OSX users, you can use your Terminal and just run the command ssh root@<YOUR VPS IP ADDRESS>)

The latest version of PuTTY can be downloaded from here. Install PuTTY and run it. Once open, you’ll see the standard PuTTy interface: Under Host Name, enter the IP address for your VPS.

You’ll likely see a security alert listing the ssh key fingerprint, choose Yes. Next up, you’ll see the login prompt for your VPS.

Note that in PuTTY, a right-click will paste the contents of your clipboard. So if you’re copying and pasting the root password, a right-click will paste. You won’t see any *’s or feedback for the password when you paste it, so just hit Enter after pasting. If you get an Access Denied message, double-check your root password and try typing it in manually rather than pasting.

STEP 4 – INSTALL THE MASTERNODE
  • cd ..
  • cd usr/local/bin
  • wget https://github.com/beaconcrypto/beacon-old3.4/releases/download/v3.4/ubuntu16.zip
  • unzip ubuntu16.zip
  • rm ubuntu16.zip
  • beacond -daemon
  • beacon-cli stop
  • nano /root/.beacon/beacon.conf

Get your Masternode Priv-Key. Go in Win Wallet to Tools → Debug Consol

Type the command below and press enter

  • createmasternodekey

Paste following Text with your Details to the open Config at VPS.

rpcuser=What you want
rpcpassword=What you want
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
port=11115
logintimestamps=1
maxconnections=32
masternode=1
externalip=Your VPS IP:11115
masternodeprivkey=Your Priv Key

addnode=95.179.169.193
addnode=45.32.237.192
addnode=88.99.13.48
addnode=207.180.228.213
addnode=167.86.96.3
addnode=164.68.108.39
addnode=136.244.80.97
addnode=62.210.247.39
addnode=95.217.20.37
addnode=46.254.64.201
addnode=197.210.65.150

  • Ctrl + o
  • Enter
  • Ctrl + x
  • beacond -daemon

Now check the Block Sync Process

  • beacon-cli getinfo

When its on same Block as Explorer, then check the MN Sync Process

  • beacon-cli mnsync status

When you see “RequestedMasternodeAssets” : 999, then is everything finish synced.

STEP 5 – SET MASTERNODE CONFIG (WIN WALLET)

Now hopefully your transaction to yourself has been confirmed.

Go to Tools → Debug Consol

Type the command below and press enter

  • getmasternodeoutputs

It should print something like this: {“a61877d567694a5f050cfbca8104e53e349076149af7cb6c37e013e62565377f”:“1”}

The long string is the transaction id of your payment and the number is transaction ID . You will use them shortly.

Go to the tools tab within the wallet and click open “masternode configuration file”

  • Fill in the form.
  • Type MN01
  • Then the IP of your VPS and Portnumber 11115
  • Then the PrivKey from Step 4 this is your masternode GenKey
  • The TxHash is the transaction ID/long key that you copied to the text file.
  • The Output Index is the 0 or 1 that you copied to your text file. 

Example: MN01 127.0.0.1:11115 BuDDDVRiWNCL3RF4bCQvPixRWwPpXj2W1iJaDDJtN64TvvoVS 63a2ba1c72d71507ca5fd54f183e205444bcda031e4aeb90d03ab5aa1ab10a08 1

!Everything in a line with only one space between the phrases!

Click “File Save”

STEP 5 – START MASTERNODE
  • Reopen the Winwallet
  • Click on the Masternodes tab “My masternodes”
  • Click start alias in the masternodes tab

Check the status of your masternode within the VPS by using the command below:

  • beacon-cli getmasternodestatus

You should see “Masternode successfully startet”

French Digital Reserve (FDR)

FRENCH DIGITAL RESERVE (FDR) COIN INFO & MN GUIDE V2.1.1.0 + Update V2.1.2.0

DIRECTORY:

  • 1.0 About
  • 1.1 Coin Specification
  • 1.2 Collateral
  • 1.3 Reward Sheme
  • 2.0 Exchange
  • 2.1 Official Links
  • 2.2 Github
  • 2.3 FDR Ecosystem
  • 2.4 Social Links
  • 3.1 Marketcap Stats
  • 3.2 Porfolio Tracker
  • 3.3 Masternode Stats & Monitoring
  • 3.4 Masternode Hosting
  • 4.1 Shopping – Accept FDR
  • 4.2 Partnership
  • 5.1 Future Usecases
  • 6.1 Masternode Setup Guide FDR V2.1.1.0 + Update V2.1.2.0

1.0 ABOUT:

Born from a community project, FDR is a decentralized currency with a blockchain dedicated to an ecosystem of online services and platforms.

1.1 COIN SPECIFICATION:

  • Name: French Digital Reserve
  • Ticker: FDR
  • Coin Type: Tiered Masternodes / POS
  • Algo: Keccak Block Time: 60 sec (1440 blocks/day)
  • Max Block Size: 2MB (154 TX/sec)
  • Min Stake Age: 1H (60 blocks)
  • Coin Maturity: 40
  • Max Coin Supply: 24 000 000
  • RPC Port: 12745
  • P2P Port: 12474

1.2 COLLATERAL:

  • Security Node = 1000 FDR
  • Cash Node = 10 000 FDR
  • Reserve Node = 50 000 FDR

1.3 REWARD SCHEME:

  • coming soon

2.0 EXCHANGE:

2.1 OFFICIAL LINKS:

2.2 GITHUB:

2.3 FDR ECOSYSTEM:

2.4 SOCIAL LINKS:

3.1 MARKETCAP STATS:

3.2 PORTFOLIO TRACKER:

3.3 MASTERNODE STATS & MONITORING:

3.4 MASTERNODE HOSTING:

(Hosting service not updated)

4.1 SHOPPING – ACCEPT FDR:

4.2 Partnership

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5.1 FUTURE USECASE:

About BTOG (Block To Gift)

– Status: Work in progress

– Sale of gift cards from multiple retailers

– Subscription of 50€ per year allowing to reduce the fees to 0

– You can still buy without taking the subscription.

– Discounts for subscribers

– 5€ in ltc per sponsored subscriber

About FYMN (Find Your Masternodes)

– Status: Work in progress

– Find Your Masternodes is (MN Stats, MN Hosting, MN Monitoring, Portfolio Tracker) All in one MN tool.

– Hosting price: 0.50€

– Payment currencies: the crypto you want

– Fiat payment: Paypal

– Special feature for FDR Community: ALL FDR MN HOSTED FOR FREE on FIND YOUR MASTERNODES platform.

6.1 MASTERNODE SETUP GUIDE FRENCH DIGITAL RESERVE (FDR) 2.1.1.0 + Update V2.1.2.0

PREREQUISITE
STEP 1 – DOWNLOAD AND SYNC THE WINDOWS WALLET

Here are the download links.

After the installation and starting the new wallet it needs some time to find network connections to other nodes. Please be patient for a moment.

Win-64bit V2.1.2.0Win-32bit V2.1.2.0Linux V2.1.2.0
STEP 2 – SETTING UP THE COLLATERAL TRANSACTION

The first step involves sending exactly the needed masternode collateral about 1k, 10k or 50k FDR to a new wallet address. You’ll want to have a small amount above to cover the transaction fee, so you’ll need to have a starting balance of at least, say 1001, 10001 or 500001 FDR. First, we’ll create a new wallet address to hold the collateral.

In the QT wallet, choose: File->Receiving addresse… and give it a label, such as MN01

Click Request Payment to create the address. You’ll see the new address. Choose Adddress Copy to store that address in the clipboard.

Click Close to exit the receiving address dialog. Now we’ll send the collateral amount to the address you just created.

Under the Send tab, paste the address that you copied into the Pay To: field. The Label field should pre-populate with the label you gave it earlier, in this case, MN01 and in the Amount: field, enter the collateral (1000, 10000 or 50000 FDR)

Click Send and your transaction will be broadcast to the network

You’ll need to wait for 15 confirmations (the current number of confirmations is viewable in the Transactions tab before the masternode will fully activate. But now wait at least 1 confirmation before you follow the guide.

We can start working through the rest of the setup in the meantime

All is clear till now? This part was successful? When yes go to the next step, when no start over. All steps are easy and clear. Read, understand and do it.

STEP 3 – LOGGING INTO YOUR VPS WITH PUTTY 

To access the VPS, we need to use a protocol called SSH. An SSH session will give you command-line access to your VPS and will be the mechanism we use for running commands on the Linux machine. We’ll use a program called PuTTY. (For OSX users, you can use your Terminal and just run the command ssh root@<YOUR VPS IP ADDRESS>)

The latest version of PuTTY can be downloaded from here. Install PuTTY and run it. Once open, you’ll see the standard PuTTy interface: Under Host Name, enter the IP address for your VPS.

You’ll likely see a security alert listing the ssh key fingerprint, choose Yes. Next up, you’ll see the login prompt for your VPS.

Note that in PuTTY, a right-click will paste the contents of your clipboard. So if you’re copying and pasting the root password, a right-click will paste. You won’t see any *’s or feedback for the password when you paste it, so just hit Enter after pasting. If you get an Access Denied message, double-check your root password and try typing it in manually rather than pasting.

STEP 4 – INSTALL THE MASTERNODE

Get your Masternode Priv-Key. Go in Win Wallet to Tools → Debug Consol

Type the command below and press enter

  • masternode genkey

Paste your generated genkey into the VPS.

  • Enter
  • systemctl stop FDReserve.service
  • nano /root/.fdreserve/fdreserve.conf

Add the following addnodes at the end of the config.

addnode=167.86.93.65
addnode=173.212.254.74
addnode=167.86.119.223
addnode=164.68.96.160
addnode=167.86.124.134
addnode=167.86.105.162
addnode=167.86.114.163
addnode=167.86.93.67
addnode=167.86.79.180
addnode=167.86.75.126
addnode=151.80.43.136
addnode=91.121.30.192
addnode=91.121.108.172
addnode=5.135.157.84

  • Ctrl+o
  • Enter
  • Ctrl+x
  • cd ..
  • cd usr/local/bin
  • rm fdreserved fdreserve-cli
  • wget https://github.com/fdreserve/fdr-blockchain/releases/download/v2.1.2/fdr-v2.1.2-linux.tar.gz
  • tar -xvzf fdr-v2.1.2-linux.tar.gz
  • rm fdr-v2.1.2-linux.tar.gz
  • systemctl start FDReserve.service

Now check the Block Sync Process

  • fdreserve-cli getinfo

When its on same Block as Explorer, then check the MN Sync Process

  • fdreserve-cli mnsync status

When you see “RequestedMasternodeAssets” : 999, then is everything finish synced.

STEP 5 – SET MASTERNODE CONFIG (WIN WALLET)

Now hopefully your transaction to yourself has been confirmed.

Go to Tools → Debug Consol

Type the command below and press enter

  • masternode outputs

It should print something like this: {“a61877d567694a5f050cfbca8104e53e349076149af7cb6c37e013e62565377f”:“1”}

The long string is the transaction id of your payment and the number is transaction ID . You will use them shortly.

Go to the tools tab within the wallet and click open “masternode configuration file”

  • Fill in the form.
  • Type MN01
  • Then the IP of your VPS and Portnumber 12474
  • Then the PrivKey from Step 4 this is your masternode GenKey
  • The TxHash is the transaction ID/long key that you copied to the text file.
  • The Output Index is the 0 or 1 that you copied to your text file. 

Example: MN01 127.0.0.1:3883 BuDDDVRiWNCL3RF4bCQvPixRWwPpXj2W1iJaDDJtN64TvvoVS 63a2ba1c72d71507ca5fd54f183e205444bcda031e4aeb90d03ab5aa1ab10a08 1

!Everything in a line with only one space between the phrases!

Click “File Save”

STEP 5 – START MASTERNODE
  • Reopen the Winwallet
  • Click on the Masternodes tab “My masternodes”
  • Click start alias in the masternodes tab

Check the status of your masternode within the VPS by using the command below:

  • fdreserve-cli masternode status

You should see “Masternode successfully startet”

Dextro (DXO)

Dextro (DXO) COIN INFO & MN GUIDE V1.0.0.0

COIN SPECIFICATION:

  • Name: Dextro
  • Ticker: DXO
  • Algo: Quark
  • Collateral: 5000
  • Blocktime: 60 Seconds
  • Max Supply: 19 Mio.
  • Port: 39720
  • RPC Port: 39721

Reward schema

               Blocks | Reward                   
          1 -       1 =  990000.00  DXO;  - coins necessary for the swap
          2 -     300 =       0.20  DXO;
        301 -     400 =       0.10  DXO;
        401 -   10000 =       0.20  DXO;
      10001 -   43200 =       1.00  DXO;
      43201 -   86400 =       1.50  DXO;
      86401 -  172800 =       2.00  DXO;
     172801 -  259200 =       2.50  DXO;
     259201 -  345600 =       3.00  DXO;
     345601 -  432000 =       3.50  DXO;
     432001 -  561600 =       4.00  DXO;  - one year of the new chain
     561601 -  691200 =       4.50  DXO;
     691201 -  820800 =       5.00  DXO;
     820801 -  950400 =       5.50  DXO;
     950401 - 1209600 =       6.00  DXO;
    1209601 - 1468800 =       5.50  DXO;
    1468801 - 1728000 =       5.00  DXO;
    1728001 - 1987200 =       4.50  DXO;
    1987201 - 2246400 =       4.00  DXO;
    2246401 - 2505600 =       3.50  DXO;
    2505601 - 2764800 =       3.00  DXO;
    2764801 - 3024000 =       2.50  DXO;
    3024001 - 3542400 =       2.25  DXO;
    3542401 - 4060800 =       2.00  DXO;
    4060801 - 4579200 =       1.75  DXO;
    > 4579201         =       1.50  DXO;

EXCHANGE:

COIN INFO:

MASTERNODE SETUP GUIDE DEXTRO (DXO) 1.0.0.0

PREREQUISITE
STEP 1 – DOWNLOAD AND SYNC THE WINDOWS WALLET

Here are the download links.

After the installation and starting the new wallet it needs some time to find network connections to other nodes. Please be patient for a moment.

Win-64bitWin-32bitLinux
STEP 2 – SETTING UP THE COLLATERAL TRANSACTION

The first step involves sending exactly the needed masternode collateral about 5000 to a new wallet address. You’ll want to have a small amount above to cover the transaction fee, so you’ll need to have a starting balance of at least, say 5001 DXO. First, we’ll create a new wallet address to hold the collateral.

In the QT wallet, choose: File->Receiving addresse… and give it a label, such as MN01

Click Request Payment to create the address. You’ll see the new address. Choose Adddress Copy to store that address in the clipboard.

Click Close to exit the receiving address dialog. Now we’ll send the collateral amount to the address you just created.

Under the Send tab, paste the address that you copied into the Pay To: field. The Label field should pre-populate with the label you gave it earlier, in this case, MN01 and in the Amount: field, enter the actual collateral (5000 DXO)

Click Send and your transaction will be broadcast to the network

You’ll need to wait for 15 confirmations (the current number of confirmations is viewable in the Transactions tab before the masternode will fully activate. But now wait at least 1 confirmation before you follow the guide.

We can start working through the rest of the setup in the meantime

All is clear till now? This part was successful? When yes go to the next step, when no start over. All steps are easy and clear. Read, understand and do it.

STEP 3 – LOGGING INTO YOUR VPS WITH PUTTY 

To access the VPS, we need to use a protocol called SSH. An SSH session will give you command-line access to your VPS and will be the mechanism we use for running commands on the Linux machine. We’ll use a program called PuTTY. (For OSX users, you can use your Terminal and just run the command ssh root@<YOUR VPS IP ADDRESS>)

The latest version of PuTTY can be downloaded from here. Install PuTTY and run it. Once open, you’ll see the standard PuTTy interface: Under Host Name, enter the IP address for your VPS.

You’ll likely see a security alert listing the ssh key fingerprint, choose Yes. Next up, you’ll see the login prompt for your VPS.

Note that in PuTTY, a right-click will paste the contents of your clipboard. So if you’re copying and pasting the root password, a right-click will paste. You won’t see any *’s or feedback for the password when you paste it, so just hit Enter after pasting. If you get an Access Denied message, double-check your root password and try typing it in manually rather than pasting.

STEP 4 – INSTALL THE MASTERNODE
  • cd /
  • cd usr/local/bin
  • wget https://github.com/dextrocoin/dextro/releases/download/v1.0/Dextro-v1.0.0-linux.tar.gz
  • tar -xvzf Dextro-v1.0.0-linux.tar.gz
  • dextrod -daemon
  • dextro-cli stop
  • nano /root/.dextrocore/dextro.conf

Get your Masternode Priv-Key. Go in Win Wallet to Tools → Debug Consol

Type the command below and press enter

  • masternode genkey

Paste following Text with your Details to the open Config at VPS.

rpcuser=What you want
rpcpassword=What you want
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcport=39721
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
port=39720
logintimestamps=1
maxconnections=32
masternode=1
externalip=Your VPS IP:39720
masternodeprivkey=Your Priv Key

  • Ctrl + o
  • Enter
  • Ctrl + x
  • dextrod -daemon

Now check the Block Sync Process

  • dextro-cli getinfo

When its on same Block as Explorer, then check the MN Sync Process

  • dextro-cli mnsync status

When you see “RequestedMasternodeAssets” : 999, then is everything finish synced.

STEP 5 – SET MASTERNODE CONFIG (WIN WALLET)

Now hopefully your transaction to yourself has been confirmed.

Go to Tools → Debug Consol

Type the command below and press enter

  • masternode outputs

It should print something like this: {“a61877d567694a5f050cfbca8104e53e349076149af7cb6c37e013e62565377f”:“1”}

The long string is the transaction id of your payment and the number is transaction ID . You will use them shortly.

Go to the tools tab within the wallet and click open “masternode configuration file”

  • Fill in the form.
  • Type MN01
  • Then the IP of your VPS and Portnumber 39720
  • Then the PrivKey from Step 4 this is your masternode GenKey
  • The TxHash is the transaction ID/long key that you copied to the text file.
  • The Output Index is the 0 or 1 that you copied to your text file. 

Example: MN01 127.0.0.1:3883 BuDDDVRiWNCL3RF4bCQvPixRWwPpXj2W1iJaDDJtN64TvvoVS 63a2ba1c72d71507ca5fd54f183e205444bcda031e4aeb90d03ab5aa1ab10a08 1

!Everything in a line with only one space between the phrases!

Click “File Save”

STEP 5 – START MASTERNODE
  • Reopen the Winwallet
  • Click on the Masternodes tab “My masternodes”
  • Click start alias in the masternodes tab

Check the status of your masternode within the VPS by using the command below:

  • dextro-cli masternode status

You should see “Masternode successfully startet”

Omegacoin (OMEGA)

OMEGACOIN (OMEGA) COIN INFO & MN GUIDE V0.12.5.2

COIN SPECIFICATION:

  • Name: Omegacoin
  • Ticker: OMEGA
  • Collateral: 1000
  • Blocktime: 80 Seconds
  • Coin Maturity: 100 confirmations
  • Max Supply: 33 Mio.
  • Port: 7777
  • RPC Port: 7778

EXCHANGE:

COIN INFO:

Trackers:

Mining pools:

MASTERNODE SETUP GUIDE Omegacoin (OMEGA) 0.12.5.2

PREREQUISITE
STEP 1 – DOWNLOAD AND SYNC THE WINDOWS WALLET

Here are the download links.

After the installation and starting the new wallet it needs some time to find network connections to other nodes. Please be patient for a moment.

Win-64bitOmegacoin-cliOmegacoind
STEP 2 – SETTING UP THE COLLATERAL TRANSACTION

The first step involves sending exactly the needed masternode collateral about 1000 to a new wallet address. You’ll want to have a small amount above to cover the transaction fee, so you’ll need to have a starting balance of at least, say 1001 OMEGA. First, we’ll create a new wallet address to hold the collateral.

In the QT wallet, choose: File->Receiving addresse… and give it a label, such as MN01

Click Request Payment to create the address. You’ll see the new address. Choose Adddress Copy to store that address in the clipboard.

Click Close to exit the receiving address dialog. Now we’ll send the collateral amount to the address you just created.

Under the Send tab, paste the address that you copied into the Pay To: field. The Label field should pre-populate with the label you gave it earlier, in this case, MN01 and in the Amount: field, enter the actual collateral (1000 OMEGA)

Click Send and your transaction will be broadcast to the network

You’ll need to wait for 15 confirmations (the current number of confirmations is viewable in the Transactions tab before the masternode will fully activate. But now wait at least 1 confirmation before you follow the guide.

We can start working through the rest of the setup in the meantime

All is clear till now? This part was successful? When yes go to the next step, when no start over. All steps are easy and clear. Read, understand and do it.

STEP 3 – LOGGING INTO YOUR VPS WITH PUTTY

To access the VPS, we need to use a protocol called SSH. An SSH session will give you command-line access to your VPS and will be the mechanism we use for running commands on the Linux machine. We’ll use a program called PuTTY. (For OSX users, you can use your Terminal and just run the command ssh root@<YOUR VPS IP ADDRESS>)

The latest version of PuTTY can be downloaded from here. Install PuTTY and run it. Once open, you’ll see the standard PuTTy interface: Under Host Name, enter the IP address for your VPS.

You’ll likely see a security alert listing the ssh key fingerprint, choose Yes. Next up, you’ll see the login prompt for your VPS.

Note that in PuTTY, a right-click will paste the contents of your clipboard. So if you’re copying and pasting the root password, a right-click will paste. You won’t see any *’s or feedback for the password when you paste it, so just hit Enter after pasting. If you get an Access Denied message, double-check your root password and try typing it in manually rather than pasting.

STEP 4 – INSTALL THE MASTERNODE
Omega Sentinel quick installation:
STEP 5 – START MASTERNODE
  • Reopen the Winwallet
  • Click on the Masternodes tab “My masternodes”
  • Click start alias in the masternodes tab

Merge (MERGE)

Merge (MERGE) Coin Info & MN Guide V1.0.3.0

COIN SPECIFICATION:

  • Name: Merge
  • Ticker: MERGE
  • Algo: PoW: Argon2m & PoS: See-Saw
  • Collateral: 10`000
  • Blocktime: 60 Seconds
  • Max Supply: 100`000`000
  • Genesis Block:
  • Port: 52000
  • RPC Port:

Exchanges:

Get Started:

Tools:

Contact:

  • E-Mail: contact@projectmerge.org
  • Support

Follow Us:

MASTERNODE SETUP GUIDE Merge (MERGE) 1.0.3.0

PREREQUISITE
STEP 1 – DOWNLOAD AND SYNC THE WINDOWS WALLET

Here are the download links.

After the installation and starting the new wallet it needs some time to find network connections to other nodes. Please be patient for a moment.

Win-64bitWin-32bitUbuntu 16.04
STEP 2 – SETTING UP THE COLLATERAL TRANSACTION

The first step involves sending exactly the needed masternode collateral about 10000 to a new wallet address. You’ll want to have a small amount above to cover the transaction fee, so you’ll need to have a starting balance of at least, say 10001 MERGE. First, we’ll create a new wallet address to hold the collateral.

In the QT wallet, choose: File->Receiving addresse… and give it a label, such as MN01

Click Request Payment to create the address. You’ll see the new address. Choose Adddress Copy to store that address in the clipboard.

Click Close to exit the receiving address dialog. Now we’ll send the collateral amount to the address you just created.

Under the Send tab, paste the address that you copied into the Pay To: field. The Label field should pre-populate with the label you gave it earlier, in this case, MN01 and in the Amount: field, enter the actual collateral (10000 MERGE)

Click Send and your transaction will be broadcast to the network

You’ll need to wait for 15 confirmations (the current number of confirmations is viewable in the Transactions tab before the masternode will fully activate. But now wait at least 1 confirmation before you follow the guide.

We can start working through the rest of the setup in the meantime

All is clear till now? This part was successful? When yes go to the next step, when no start over. All steps are easy and clear. Read, understand and do it.

STEP 3 – LOGGING INTO YOUR VPS WITH PUTTY 

To access the VPS, we need to use a protocol called SSH. An SSH session will give you command-line access to your VPS and will be the mechanism we use for running commands on the Linux machine. We’ll use a program called PuTTY. (For OSX users, you can use your Terminal and just run the command ssh root@<YOUR VPS IP ADDRESS>)

The latest version of PuTTY can be downloaded from here. Install PuTTY and run it. Once open, you’ll see the standard PuTTy interface: Under Host Name, enter the IP address for your VPS.

You’ll likely see a security alert listing the ssh key fingerprint, choose Yes. Next up, you’ll see the login prompt for your VPS.

Note that in PuTTY, a right-click will paste the contents of your clipboard. So if you’re copying and pasting the root password, a right-click will paste. You won’t see any *’s or feedback for the password when you paste it, so just hit Enter after pasting. If you get an Access Denied message, double-check your root password and try typing it in manually rather than pasting.

STEP 4 – INSTALL THE MASTERNODE
  • cd /
  • cd usr/local/bin
  • wget https://gitlab.projectmerge.org/ProjectMerge/merge/uploads/ef8c019f081cf4c982fb0dc43f4176e1/merge-1.0.3-x86_64-linux-gnu.tar.gz
  • tar -xvzf merge-1.0.3-x86_64-linux-gnu.tar.gz
  • cd merge-1.0.3
  • mv merge-cli merged merge-qt merge-tx /usr/local/bin/
  • chmod 777 merge-cli merged merge-qt merge-tx
  • merged -daemon
  • Enter
  • nano /root/.merge/merge.conf

Get your Masternode Priv-Key. Go in Win Wallet to Tools → Debug Consol

Type the command below and press enter

  • masternode genkey

Paste following Text with your Details to the open Config at VPS.

rpcuser=What you want
rpcpassword=What you want
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
port=52000
logintimestamps=1
maxconnections=32
masternode=1
externalip=Your VPS IP:52000
masternodeprivkey=Your Priv Key

  • Ctrl + o
  • Enter
  • Ctrl + x
  • merged -daemon

Now check the Block Sync Process

  • merge-cli getinfo

When its on same Block as Explorer, then check the MN Sync Process

  • merge-cli mnsync status

When you see “RequestedMasternodeAssets” : 999, then is everything finish synced.

STEP 5 – SET MASTERNODE CONFIG (WIN WALLET)

Now hopefully your transaction to yourself has been confirmed.

Go to Tools → Debug Consol

Type the command below and press enter

  • masternode outputs

It should print something like this: {“a61877d567694a5f050cfbca8104e53e349076149af7cb6c37e013e62565377f”:“1”}

The long string is the transaction id of your payment and the number is transaction ID . You will use them shortly.

Go to the tools tab within the wallet and click open “masternode configuration file”

  • Fill in the form.
  • Type MN01
  • Then the IP of your VPS and Portnumber 52000
  • Then the PrivKey from Step 4 this is your masternode GenKey
  • The TxHash is the transaction ID/long key that you copied to the text file.
  • The Output Index is the 0 or 1 that you copied to your text file. 

Example: MN01 127.0.0.1:3883 BuDDDVRiWNCL3RF4bCQvPixRWwPpXj2W1iJaDDJtN64TvvoVS 63a2ba1c72d71507ca5fd54f183e205444bcda031e4aeb90d03ab5aa1ab10a08 1

!Everything in a line with only one space between the phrases!

Click “File Save”

STEP 5 – START MASTERNODE
  • Reopen the Winwallet
  • Click on the Masternodes tab “My masternodes”
  • Click start alias in the masternodes tab

Check the status of your masternode within the VPS by using the command below:

  • merge-cli masternode status

You should see “Masternode successfully startet”