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October 24, 2018, 09:32:17 PM
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Fixed the binding error on the HLMMN wallet. Made all edits for ip and ports etc,  listen =1 and it works fine.


After editing the masternode.conf file for the local controller wallet EXACTLY as shown in set-up instructions
The wallet will not launch....I get this pop up error message...

 Error reading masternode configuration file: could not parse masternode.conf Line 1  "MN1"

The set-up guide says this is  "The name (masternode_alias) you gave your masternode:"
Well I did not name my Masternode anything when I installed the wallet (probably why it won't parse it.)
and cannot for the life of me figure out how or where to set this "masternode_alias" field to "MN1" .

back to staking...derp

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October 24, 2018, 10:48:41 PM
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Fixed the binding error on the HLMMN wallet. Made all edits for ip and ports etc,  listen =1 and it works fine.


After editing the masternode.conf file for the local controller wallet EXACTLY as shown in set-up instructions
The wallet will not launch....I get this pop up error message...

 Error reading masternode configuration file: could not parse masternode.conf Line 1  "MN1"

The set-up guide says this is  "The name (masternode_alias) you gave your masternode:"
Well I did not name my Masternode anything when I installed the wallet (probably why it won't parse it.)
and cannot for the life of me figure out how or where to set this "masternode_alias" field to "MN1" .

back to staking...derp

When you create your masternode, you enter a command "getaccountaddress MN1" (or you replace MN1 with anything you want, call yours DERP1 if you want to).  That getaccountaddress command gives you the address you send your collateral to, but it also tells your wallet the name of your masternode.  That is how you name your masternode.  Then the masternode.conf file references that same name.  Your masternode.conf file will then have a line that says "MN1 129.125.72.152:9009 YOURPRIVATEKEY MASTERNODEOUTPUT TXID" only those last three variables are replaced by whatever your values are.  That's it.  You might be making it harder than it actually needs to be.
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October 24, 2018, 10:56:41 PM
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is bittrex going to credit our accounts if we hold spread on snap shot date?
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October 24, 2018, 11:17:35 PM
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We've a new ANN topic here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5056752.new#new

This one will stay online a bit but expect it to be depreciated in the future.
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October 25, 2018, 11:01:39 PM
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When you create your masternode, you enter a command "getaccountaddress MN1" (or you replace MN1 with anything you want, call yours DERP1 if you want to).  That getaccountaddress command gives you the address you send your collateral to, but it also tells your wallet the name of your masternode.  That is how you name your masternode.  Then the masternode.conf file references that same name.  Your masternode.conf file will then have a line that says "MN1 129.125.72.152:9009 YOURPRIVATEKEY MASTERNODEOUTPUT TXID" only those last three variables are replaced by whatever your values are.  That's it.  You might be making it harder than it actually needs to be.

Moved 1000 helium to 1 address
I've done all config file edits on both controller wallet and masternode wallet.
Ran that command <getaccountaddress MN1> in both wallets.
still get... "Error reading masternode configuration file: could not parse masternode.conf Line 1  "MN1"  "
(or whatever I call it. It won't parse 1st line. I have to un-edit file back to launch wallet)

So I guess I'm missing something fundamental here.
derp derp derp...  I give up. 
I will tip any masternode geniuses who can figure out wtf I'm doing wrong.

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October 25, 2018, 11:10:37 PM
Last edit: October 25, 2018, 11:22:19 PM by PowerHemp
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When you create your masternode, you enter a command "getaccountaddress MN1" (or you replace MN1 with anything you want, call yours DERP1 if you want to).  That getaccountaddress command gives you the address you send your collateral to, but it also tells your wallet the name of your masternode.  That is how you name your masternode.  Then the masternode.conf file references that same name.  Your masternode.conf file will then have a line that says "MN1 129.125.72.152:9009 YOURPRIVATEKEY MASTERNODEOUTPUT TXID" only those last three variables are replaced by whatever your values are.  That's it.  You might be making it harder than it actually needs to be.

Moved 1000 helium to 1 address
I've done all config file edits on both controller wallet and masternode wallet.
Ran that command <getaccountaddress MN1> in both wallets.
still get... "Error reading masternode configuration file: could not parse masternode.conf Line 1  "MN1"  "
(or whatever I call it. It won't parse 1st line. I have to un-edit file back to launch wallet)

So I guess I'm missing something fundamental here.
derp derp derp...  I give up.  
I will tip any masternode geniuses who can figure out wtf I'm doing wrong.

it should look like this:
MNname ip:port MNprivkey txhash output
MN1 00.000.000.000:9009 xxxxxxdrtiuldfkjdfildfliluilu8UIUIDHILcJFUghhgxx f2c5bbbc2f981bb164doifdljifjildluiO576e3JHKKJH455646529fee5f07855f 1

i made with accept payment a address and sent there the 1000 helium i never used the getacccountaddress in the debugconsole..
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October 26, 2018, 01:18:35 AM
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i made with accept payment a address and sent there the 1000 helium i never used the getacccountaddress in the debugconsole..

Yeah that's probably the problem.  You can't just skip steps.  You need to use getaccountaddress in the debug console.

I show you how to do it all right here: https://youtu.be/XOgi2Fkrn08
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October 26, 2018, 05:23:08 AM
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Actually these links are for updated installation guides that I just released this evening.  Hopefully this sorts out a lot of your questions.  I already posted it in the new ANN thread but I wanted to get it here in case some of you aren't watching the other one yet.

I am very pleased to release a new start-to-finish masternode installation guide for Vultr.  This installation method allows you to install multiple Helium masternodes on the same VPS by using IPv6.  The written guides are very helpful for a lot of people, but for others they find it easiest to watch someone else go through the steps so if you happen to be one of the latter, I believe you'll find this very helpful.

You can watch the video on Youtube at https://youtu.be/mj1FyN6Wauk

There is also a written guide which you can review on Medium that contains some more pictures and allows you to copy and paste some of the scripts and commands that are used in the video.  https://medium.com/@AKcryptoGUY/securely-install-multiple-helium-masternodes-3ee2e995a5e0
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October 26, 2018, 06:30:19 AM
Last edit: October 28, 2018, 07:10:19 AM by Pon13
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When you create your masternode, you enter a command "getaccountaddress MN1" (or you replace MN1 with anything you want, call yours DERP1 if you want to).  That getaccountaddress command gives you the address you send your collateral to, but it also tells your wallet the name of your masternode.  That is how you name your masternode.  Then the masternode.conf file references that same name.  Your masternode.conf file will then have a line that says "MN1 129.125.72.152:9009 YOURPRIVATEKEY MASTERNODEOUTPUT TXID" only those last three variables are replaced by whatever your values are.  That's it.  You might be making it harder than it actually needs to be.

Moved 1000 helium to 1 address
I've done all config file edits on both controller wallet and masternode wallet.
Ran that command <getaccountaddress MN1> in both wallets.
still get... "Error reading masternode configuration file: could not parse masternode.conf Line 1  "MN1"  "
(or whatever I call it. It won't parse 1st line. I have to un-edit file back to launch wallet)

So I guess I'm missing something fundamental here.
derp derp derp...  I give up.  
I will tip any masternode geniuses who can figure out wtf I'm doing wrong.

yesterday i helped someone on slack to setup his MN. By the end of the process everything was running smoothly. i hope it was you and you got your mn running  Grin
https://imgur.com/a/ChGcPtJ

I wrote the guide (https://www.heliumlabs.org/v1.0/docs/masternode-setup-guide-windows-local) on the fly while trying to help someone in here without running a mn that time cause i had my coins in cryptopia.

If you run the controller/mn, 2 different wallets but same machine setup you have to add to the configs  (helium.conf) the rpcport command and specify different rpcports for two wallets (controller/mn) else you get an error that the rpc could not be binded.

For example on Controller Wallet:
Code:
rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcport=xxxx (a port number different from MN port and MN rpcport) --> for example rpcport=2222
listen=0 --> this line is not mandatory
server=1 --> this line is not mandatory
daemon=1 --> this line is not mandatory
logtimestamps=1 --> this line is not mandatory
maxconnections=256 --> this line is not mandatory

While on MN Wallet:
Code:
rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=long random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcport=2223
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256
masternode=1
externalip=Your_PUBLIC_IP
masternodeaddr=Your_PUBLIC_IP:9009
masternodeprivkey=YOUR_MN_PRIV_KEY

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October 26, 2018, 10:53:31 AM
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i made with accept payment a address and sent there the 1000 helium i never used the getacccountaddress in the debugconsole..

Yeah that's probably the problem.  You can't just skip steps.  You need to use getaccountaddress in the debug console.

I show you how to do it all right here: https://youtu.be/XOgi2Fkrn08

what you talking about? i skiped steps because i make it how i learned it from other tuts. my masternodes run without problems Wink and no you dont need the command getaccountaddress.. if you make just a address with name MN1 in accepting payment and sent there 1000 helium its enough. getaccountaddress is like doing this.
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October 26, 2018, 11:29:08 AM
Last edit: October 26, 2018, 07:48:21 PM by sirazimuth
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If you run the controller/mn, 2 different wallets but same machine setup you have to add to the configs  (helium.conf) the rpcport command and specify different rpcports for two wallets (controller/mn) else you get an error that the rpc could not be binded.

For example on Controller Wallet:
Code:
rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcport=xxxx (a port number different from MN port and MN rpcport) --> for example rpcport=2222
listen=0 --> this line is not mandatory
server=1 --> this line is not mandatory
daemon=1 --> this line is not mandatory
logtimestamps=1 --> this line is not mandatory
maxconnections=256 --> this line is not mandatory

While on MN Wallet:
Code:
rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=long random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcport=2223
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256
masternode=1
externalip=Your_PUBLIC_IP
bind=Your_INTERNAL_IP
masternodeaddr=Your_PUBLIC_IP:9009
masternodeprivkey=YOUR_MN_PRIV_KEY

No,wasn’t me on slack unfortunately.
This possible solution looks promising though not holding breath.I actually did have a binding error
(See earlier reply) that I fixed.
Anyway will try this when home tonite. Thanx for all your replies mate.
I’ll let you know result.

(later...)

RESULT...
exactly what I expected, lol...ie... can now open both wallets with added rpcport setting edits. (at least I made progress)
BUT same thing...error cannot parse  'MN1"  when trying to launch controller wallet (with edited masternode.conf file.)
more derps...

 Do the 1000 coins reside in the controller wallet or masternode wallet..or does it matter? I know... I'm just like shooting in the dark here.
 If (and at this point.... a mighty big "if") I ever get this sussed, I'll throw a huge block party with free beer, fireworks
and of course Helium balloons to make our voices  squeaky while watching the fireworks show.

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October 26, 2018, 03:10:36 PM
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Hey, heliumchain.info's staking reward estimates seem to be way off. Like in reality I get half to 1/3rd as much rewards as it suggests.
A user (unobt) told me he's using 50*staking_amount/difficulty for estimating HLM rewards per day which seems spot on to me. I think that should be the correct equation on heliumchain.info.

I don't have masternodes so I'm wondering, does the sites masternode reward estimates correct?

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October 26, 2018, 03:33:48 PM
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what you talking about? i skiped steps because i make it how i learned it from other tuts. my masternodes run without problems Wink and no you dont need the command getaccountaddress.. if you make just a address with name MN1 in accepting payment and sent there 1000 helium its enough. getaccountaddress is like doing this.

In that case it might seem weird but be worth trying.  I did encounter a can not parse error the first time I set up my masternode.conf file on a Mac because the default text editor had introduced some weird formatting which caused it to not read the file correctly.  I had to clean up the text with a text cleaner and then paste it back into the file to clear the error.  I used http://www.textcleanr.com/ this site to do it and it solved my problem.  It might be worth a try.
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October 27, 2018, 12:22:27 AM
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https://coinhub.news has just published an article regarding Helium and our plans for the future:

https://coinhub.news/cs/article/helium-decentralized-currency-and-service-platform-for-enterprise-business

On behalf of the Helium community I'd like to thank the Kreds project for making this possible. They've been following Helium closely and were kind enough to give us this exposure.

Excellent article looking good Helium!

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October 27, 2018, 07:55:26 AM
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shitty value, if i had sold spreadcoin at the peak would have been a better choice..

seems there is a good staking here what the %?
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October 27, 2018, 12:02:16 PM
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shitty value, if i had sold spreadcoin at the peak would have been a better choice..

seems there is a good staking here what the %?

You're still holding spread coins ? I know that a lot of people just bought at the top and probably now they have an useless bag (because that's a useless coin, so to speak)

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October 27, 2018, 02:41:45 PM
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Hey, heliumchain.info's staking reward estimates seem to be way off. Like in reality I get half to 1/3rd as much rewards as it suggests.
A user (unobt) told me he's using 50*staking_amount/difficulty for estimating HLM rewards per day which seems spot on to me. I think that should be the correct equation on heliumchain.info.

I don't have masternodes so I'm wondering, does the sites masternode reward estimates correct?

Yes, I have already changed the way to calculate the reward for PoS at heliumchain.info, so the estimates should be quite correct right now.
If anyone has any more suggestions for the page, tell me.
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October 27, 2018, 09:38:12 PM
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When you create your masternode, you enter a command "getaccountaddress MN1" (or you replace MN1 with anything you want, call yours DERP1 if you want to).  That getaccountaddress command gives you the address you send your collateral to, but it also tells your wallet the name of your masternode.  That is how you name your masternode.  Then the masternode.conf file references that same name.  Your masternode.conf file will then have a line that says "MN1 129.125.72.152:9009 YOURPRIVATEKEY MASTERNODEOUTPUT TXID" only those last three variables are replaced by whatever your values are.  That's it.  You might be making it harder than it actually needs to be.

Moved 1000 helium to 1 address
I've done all config file edits on both controller wallet and masternode wallet.
Ran that command <getaccountaddress MN1> in both wallets.
still get... "Error reading masternode configuration file: could not parse masternode.conf Line 1  "MN1"  "
(or whatever I call it. It won't parse 1st line. I have to un-edit file back to launch wallet)

So I guess I'm missing something fundamental here.
derp derp derp...  I give up.  
I will tip any masternode geniuses who can figure out wtf I'm doing wrong.

yesterday i helped someone on slack to setup his MN. By the end of the process everything was running smoothly. i hope it was you and you got your mn running  Grin
https://imgur.com/a/ChGcPtJ

I wrote the guide (https://www.heliumlabs.org/v1.0/docs/masternode-setup-guide-windows-local) on the fly while trying to help someone in here without running a mn that time cause i had my coins in cryptopia.

If you run the controller/mn, 2 different wallets but same machine setup you have to add to the configs  (helium.conf) the rpcport command and specify different rpcports for two wallets (controller/mn) else you get an error that the rpc could not be binded.

For example on Controller Wallet:
Code:
rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=longer random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcport=xxxx (a port number different from MN port and MN rpcport) --> for example rpcport=2222
listen=0 --> this line is not mandatory
server=1 --> this line is not mandatory
daemon=1 --> this line is not mandatory
logtimestamps=1 --> this line is not mandatory
maxconnections=256 --> this line is not mandatory

While on MN Wallet:
Code:
rpcuser=long random username
rpcpassword=long random password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcport=2223
listen=1
server=1
daemon=1
logtimestamps=1
maxconnections=256
masternode=1
externalip=Your_PUBLIC_IP
bind=Your_INTERNAL_IP
masternodeaddr=Your_PUBLIC_IP:9009
masternodeprivkey=YOUR_MN_PRIV_KEY

If you'd edit all of this into the OP where you posted the initial guide this would be very helpful. We had quite a lot of users asking for support with this set up and I could update the guide I copy pasted.
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October 28, 2018, 07:14:35 AM
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aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand its done  Grin

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October 28, 2018, 08:57:58 AM
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shitty value, if i had sold spreadcoin at the peak would have been a better choice..

seems there is a good staking here what the %?

You're still holding spread coins ? I know that a lot of people just bought at the top and probably now they have an useless bag (because that's a useless coin, so to speak)

no you did not read correctly, i sold them long time ago, but it was a mistake seen the value of helium...
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