This guide is for a single masternode, on a Ubuntu 16.04 64bit server (VPS) running headless and will be controlled from the Desktop wallet on your local computer (Control wallet). The wallet on the the VPS will be referred to as the Remote wallet.
You will need your server details for progressing through this guide.
First we cover the basic requirements:
- 4,000,000 TIT
- A main computer (Your everyday computer) – This will run the control wallet, hold your collateral 4,000,000 four million TIT and can be turned on and off without affecting the masternode.
- Masternode Server (VPS – The cloud server that will run 24/7, usually about $3 to $5 a month )
(For security of the network as well as your masternodes performance, you’re are going to need a different IP for each masternode you plan to host)
The idea behind the reasoning for these requirements is that, you get to keep your TIT in your local wallet and host your masternode remotely, securely.
1) Using the control wallet, enter the debug console (Tools > Debug console) and type the following command:
masternode genkey(This will be the masternode’s privkey. We’ll use this later…)
2) Continue using the control wallet, enter the following command:
getaccountaddress MN1(This can be named as you wish)
3) Still in the control wallet, send 4,000,000 TIT to the address you generated in step 2 (Be 100% sure that you entered the address correctly. You can verify this when you paste the address into the “Pay To:” field, the label will autopopulate with the name you chose”, also make sure this is exactly 4,000,000 four million TIT; No less, no more.)
– Be absolutely 100% certain that you copied the address generated in step 3 correctly. And then check it again. TittieCoin Support will not be able to help if 4,000,000 TIT is sent to an incorrect address.
4) Still in the control wallet, enter the command into the console:
masternode outputs (This gets the proof of transaction of sending 10,000)
5) Still on the main computer, go to the TtitieCoin wallet, by default in Windows it’ll be
%Appdata%/TIT or Linux
Find masternode.conf and add the following line to it: