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February 02, 2016, 08:11:19 PM
Last edit: February 03, 2016, 12:55:03 AM by StakeBox
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The short answer is no.

Each masternode requires its own wallet with the darknet.conf matching the example, using a different private key. So, to have 2 masternodes set up following this example you would need 3 wallets, 1 for each masternode, and the wallet that holds the coins for each masternode and acts as the controlling wallet.

The "1" in the masternode=1 means true, "0" would mean false, "2" would not be applicable.

I don't understand why we need a separate wallet for each masternode.  I followed this guide here.

https://dashtalk.org/threads/reubens-start-multiple-masternodes-from-one-wallet-guide-start-many.4034/

It's from the masternode guides sticky at the very same forum.  If the guide was bunk, I find it odd that it would be in a sticky on the official dash forum.  At the same time, I was under the impression that you needed different ports and/or external IPs for each masternode so I don't see how that is possible if all your masternodes are running off the same wallet.

This guide kinda sorta works for a while.  I get payouts but not as frequently as I should and there are lots of masternodes going offline with "expired" or "missing" messages.  I just figured that if there was anyone I could trust about masternodes, it would be DASH fanboys at their official forum but apparently not.

That guide is only partially complete, it makes no reference to setting up the actual masternodes, only the controlling wallet used to start them. If you notice towards the beginning the environments used for the guide were mentioned, Local: Windows 8.1 64 bit, and Remote: Ubuntu 14.04 64 bit. In all likelihood the remote was on a VPS, as that is the most commonly used practice in any of the Dash masternode tutorials.

That guide assumed you had already set up masternodes elsewhere and were looking to control all of them from one wallet. If you don't have a wallet running as a masternode, and only put the information in the masternode.conf when the network looks for available masternodes it will not see your masternode, as the wallet doesn't announce itself as a masternode without masternode=1 in the darknet.conf.

A wallet will only function as a masternode for 1 private key, that is why each masternode needs its own wallet.

The reason your masternodes are expiring is because they are not actually running. You tell the network when you run "masternode start-many" "hey, I have some masternodes running at these addresses", the network takes your word for it and adds them to the list of available masternodes. The network never actually sees them, and they go to expired when the network doesn't see them for an hour or so.

I hope that was understandable, I am not always the best at explaining things.

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The Explorer is now Online and Synced!! Thanks JK!!

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Post your Addy JK so people can donate to your efforts!! Smiley
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Post your Addy JK so people can donate to your efforts!! Smiley

Good idea, add it to signature..
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I am getting only 2.8M on 290 with QRK algo........using sgminer 5.2.1..........whats wrong?

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February 03, 2016, 09:06:06 AM
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http://cryptomining-blog.com/4819-new-sgminer-with-optimized-quark-and-qubit-kernels/

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February 03, 2016, 09:21:27 AM
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That guide is only partially complete, it makes no reference to setting up the actual masternodes, only the controlling wallet used to start them. If you notice towards the beginning the environments used for the guide were mentioned, Local: Windows 8.1 64 bit, and Remote: Ubuntu 14.04 64 bit. In all likelihood the remote was on a VPS, as that is the most commonly used practice in any of the Dash masternode tutorials.

That guide assumed you had already set up masternodes elsewhere and were looking to control all of them from one wallet. If you don't have a wallet running as a masternode, and only put the information in the masternode.conf when the network looks for available masternodes it will not see your masternode, as the wallet doesn't announce itself as a masternode without masternode=1 in the darknet.conf.

A wallet will only function as a masternode for 1 private key, that is why each masternode needs its own wallet.

The reason your masternodes are expiring is because they are not actually running. You tell the network when you run "masternode start-many" "hey, I have some masternodes running at these addresses", the network takes your word for it and adds them to the list of available masternodes. The network never actually sees them, and they go to expired when the network doesn't see them for an hour or so.

I hope that was understandable, I am not always the best at explaining things.

Thanks.  That does clear things up for me.  This one critical point was completely going over my head.  After reading your reply, I went back to the guide in question and noticed this line in step 3, "Startup your wallet in masternode mode and allow it to sync. Ensure all your dashd daemons are running properly on your remote servers.".

I only have 2 masternodes now (1 on desktop PC, 1 on mining rig) but at least both of them are running rock solid and giving me steady payouts.  Guess I'll have to setup a raspberry pi or some digital ocean droplets if I feel like investing the time and money to run more.
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February 03, 2016, 11:24:15 AM
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February 03, 2016, 12:57:04 PM
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how to setup solo mining?

Seems like we can't. And I guess it's not profitable anymore. Try a pool with no registration, your address as username, and capital X as password. You'll get paid every 10 mins or so.

-o stratum+tcp://coin-server.com:4004 -u xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx -p X for example, it works smooth for me.
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February 03, 2016, 01:01:05 PM
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I am getting only 2.8M on 290 with QRK algo........using sgminer 5.2.1..........whats wrong?

Try downloading another sgminer, with quark support.
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February 03, 2016, 02:36:37 PM
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Coin-Server will have some periods of downtime today.  We have detected a hardware issue with the main OS disk and it needs to be replaced.

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February 03, 2016, 03:00:14 PM
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Is there any news on another exchange? I can't register to btcpoolexchange.

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Is there any news on another exchange? I can't register to btcpoolexchange.

why what problem you having ?
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Is there any news on another exchange? I can't register to btcpoolexchange.
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February 03, 2016, 03:13:59 PM
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Is there any news on another exchange? I can't register to btcpoolexchange.

why what problem you having ?

Can't register because I'm not receiving confirmation emails. Tried with multiple emails.

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Is there any news on another exchange? I can't register to btcpoolexchange.

why what problem you having ?

Can't register because I'm not receiving confirmation emails. Tried with multiple emails.
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February 03, 2016, 04:12:01 PM
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How exactly is this a POS coin, if there is no stake notify and no POS difficulty in the 'getinfo' ?
its all in OP, check it

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PoS Phase 1: PoS [0259201-0518400] Approx. 180 DAYS

Yes, I've seen that. So where is the POS part in the daemon commands ?

- Your coins will not gain weight right now as PoS has not been implemented yet.

That's what OP said on page 7

I think samspaces has valid question still. Most PoW+PoS coins show stake data from getinfo and getmininginfo (stake, stakeweight, stakeinterest, pos difficulty) even when they are still in PoW phase and even if data shows values equal to 0. This one gives no sign of PoS at all.

But this coin seems most related to Dash, so maybe devs have not put that data into getinfo + getmininginfo commands yet.

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February 03, 2016, 04:36:05 PM
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We are back online.  What a pain, the main OS drive had to be completely rebuilt.

All wallet data was safe through out the entire process and no shares were lost.

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