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    This is a great opportunity for those who are using Windows to start using new tools that will make running a node look like buying a coffee. I am in particular an addict of Windows for more than 15 years until recently node running migrated me into Linux. Virtual Box or VMware is available to deploy if you still want to use Windows and have a full taste of Linux environment.
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    Guys, I'm now running my nodes with the scripts os SebastianJ. In htop (install with apt install htop ) I can kill one of the node's processes with F9 (SIGTERM) and then after a second I see the node process starting again. It's awesome what systemd does, I think. 🙂 What you do for, say, 3 nodes is: 1) You zip your pem files for each node ( keys-8080.zip for your 1st node, keys-8081.zip for your 2nd node, keys-8082.zip for your 3rd node) 2) You create 3 folders to hold your zipped pem files: mkdir -p ~/elrond/keys/8080 mkdir -p ~/elrond/keys/8081 mkdir -p ~/elrond/keys/8082 3) You copy each zip file to the right folder, one of the three folders you created in step 2 4) You stop your nodes with: tmux kill-server 5) You run Sebastian's scripts with bash <(curl -s -S -L https://raw.githubusercontent.com/SebastianJ/elrond-tools/master/setup/setup.sh) --nodes 3 --display-name YourName --start --systemd This will create 3 running nodes with node names: YourName-1, YourName-2 and YourName-3. --------------------------------------- You can see all your nodes' statuses with: systemctl status elrond@808*.service You can restart (stop and restart) all your nodes with: systemctl restart elrond@808*.service You can stop all your nodes with: systemctl stop elrond@808*.service You can start all your nodes with: systemctl start elrond@808*.service If you just want to do these things for just 1 node, don't use 808*, but for instance 8082. Instructions and code can be found here: https://github.com/SebastianJ/elrond-tools/tree/master/setup
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    Can you some body suggest me a Exchanger which is more secured and more faster transaction speed than any other Exchanger in the world right now?
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    Elrond blueprint wallpaper. All the download links for wallpapers here. Since forum compresses - Full resolution download link: Blueprint - https://i0.wp.com/tarantulo.lt/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/The-Erlond-blueprint.jpg Rasperry Pi - https://i0.wp.com/tarantulo.lt/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Erlond-rasberry-4k-Dark.jpg Bubbles wallpaper - https://i0.wp.com/tarantulo.lt/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Elrond-desktop-4K.jpg
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    I just published a guide for Battleofnodes Mission #3. It is a simple mission, but I hope this might help someone 🙂 https://medium.com/@etarantulo/how-to-battle-of-nodes-mission-3-7561bcb64b59
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    I made a guide on medium for elrond BON mission 2. Maybe useful to you guys https://medium.com/@jeff.penaflor1983/bon-mission-2-guidelines-a2471f498956 Thank you.
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    📣 Announcing Round 4 of Phase 1 & Latest Patch Hello Nodes Team, We trust you got a good rest over the weekend and are back with fresh energy for Round 4 of Phase 1! We have launched patch v1.0.36 which contains a series of fixes and improvements, as well as the genesis for Round 4, which will officially start Tuesday 29 October 07:00 UTC, +24 hours from now. ⚠️ Reminder: This is a Phase 1 - Build extension. We're aiming for a stable network and a few missions, no stress testing or attacks. 🎟 Nodes that participated in the previous rounds are whitelisted by default 👉 Please do: Backup your keys, set up the latest version of the node, restore keys, start node ▪️ Linux installation guide 🔹 Windows installation guide ▫️ MacOs installation guide 👌 No need to keep any old databases 👉 Node names are taken from prefs.toml instead of config.toml, starting with this patch, please edit accordingly ⏱ This announcement is in effect as of Monday 28 October 07:00 UTC. Official uptime monitoring starts Tuesday 29 October 07:00 UTC, 24 hours from now. Be sure to update your nodes before that time. ⚔️ See you on the battle #fiedl ! 🛡
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    🚧 Too many open files error Hello Nodes Team, Several Linux nodes are throwing a "too many open files" error. This is because TCP connections are treated as open files and counted towards a max, which is 1024. So when connected to 1.000-ish nodes, Linux won't open more files and let our validator software do its thing. We've prioritized the implementation of the feature to prevent this. Patch coming! 👨‍🎨 Coding Artist Iulian Pascalau explains: https://t.me/ElrondValidators/21471 🌏 The issue is manifesting overall and is causing delays to some transactions. The shards are progressing, sometimes slower. 📊 As this situation is global, no change to scoring. 🎖 Missions: we will make sure you don't get penalized if your correct transaction, sent in the right time frame, is pending due to this situation. 👉 Please do: keep your nodes online and watch this channel for the patch announcement. "If it's not broken, why not break it?" - ancient Round 1 proverb ⚔️ See you on the battle #fiedl ! 🛡
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    Hello Team Nodes, Your continuous support and involvement in Battle of Nodes is both making us humble and more responsible. We want you to be proud of us and we need your help to make that happen. So for our first Battle of Nodes mission we decided to try and align our incentives. Here’s what this is all about. Elrond has recently been listed on CoinCodeCap.com. The name is a clever play on CoinMarketCap.com, but instead of tracking token price and trading volume, it tracks GitHub activity. This is a very good indicator about a project’s liveliness and the team’s commitment to keep building. It therefore is not a surprise for anyone that Elrond is ranked high because of our very active development team. Besides the number of commits to a project’s GitHub repository, CoinCodeCap also tracks its “popularity”, which is measured by the number of times a project has been “Starred”. That’s the same as following someone on Twitter or liking a page on Facebook. Help us become more popular and make Elrond’s rank on CoinCodeCap something we can all be proud of! Here’s the mission: Star our repo on GitHub Fill in this form Send one transaction for each of your nodes We will then: Look at successful blockchain transactions originating from your respective wallets Confirm the “food” in the Data field is exactly the one you provided in the form Check if the GitHub login you provided us in the form has our repo “starred” Detailed tutorial Star us on GitHub Register a GitHub account, if you don’t have one Go to https://github.com/ElrondNetwork/elrond-go Hit the “Star” button (“Watch” also helps us a lot, but not mandatory for this mission — can get spammy) 2. Open the wallet Go to https://testnet.elrond.com/#/mywallet/ Select “Access using PEM” Select the initialBalancesSk.pem file for the node you are sending for 3. Send the transaction Add this address to the “To” field: Bba53f97539a4a1e058362b97203024e066ce563303ca8723cedd29490690cc2 Add “800” ERD in the Amount field -> 800 ERD is mandatory! Transactions with less than 800 ERD will not qualify for completing the mission Add your “Food”, as filled in the form, on the Data field (same character count, case sensitive, space sensitive!) 4. Repeat for each node How many points will I earn? According to our simplified scoring algorithm, a mission is worth 10.000 / 11 = 910 (rounded up) points. Scoring algorithm: These points will be considered for your Day 1 of Round 4 score. What if I have more than 1 node? In order for your node to earn “mission” points, you need to send a transaction from each of your node’s Balance wallet. 6 transactions for 6 nodes, for example. Make sure to use the same “food” in all the transactions! Why food? Everyone loves food and we love to hear what you guys enjoy in different parts of the world. We also respect your privacy and would never ask you to provide info such as GitHub login publicly via transactions anyone can see. Not the world’s biggest secret, but the principle of it is important, and we respect it. Why 800 ERD? We’re counting rewards earned, so we want to make sure you can only complete a mission if you have enough of them. Some boring math: Metachain has an advantage, they have 163 nodes in the consensus rounds, so end up earning more rewards. By when should I complete this mission? This mission is in effect as of Tuesday 29 October 13:30 UTC and will end Wednesday 30 October 13:30 UTC. Transactions sent after that time will not be considered. Does the shard I am in matter at all? Nope! Metachain nodes will have more ERD, but the threshold is achievable in this timeframe for most nodes anyway. Good luck!
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    Hi all, A few interesting general resources about Elrond: General https://info.binance.com/en/research/ERD-2019-06-20-d893c3.html https://messari.io/asset/elrond#profile “Elrond Validator Economics Proposal” by Beniamin Mincu https://link.medium.com/kFq41x9On0
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