Scorum platform has three core functions:
- Blogging platform where authors and readers will be rewarded for creating and engaging with content
- Statistical centers where fans can browse and authors can use Microsoft’s Power BI tool to integrate data-rich visuals into their content
- Commission-free betting exchange where fans can place bets against each other using Scorum Coins (SCR) Scorum’s blockchain protocol is built on the Graphene Framework and utilizes a delegated proof of stake consensus.
Public Announcement & Discussion
Find out more as we take the project public through the following channels:
- Get the latest updates and chat with us on Telegram, Facebook, and Twitter
- Read more about our vision on Steemit
- Join our affiliate program to get Scorum Coins for free or apply for whitelist to get coins with a discount
No Support & No Warranty
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
Blockchain consensus rules
Rather than attempt to describe the rules of the blockchain, it is up to each individual to inspect the code to understand the consensus rules.
Just want to get up and running quickly? Try deploying a prebuilt dockerized container.
Create you folder (for example
Put your config file in
/opt/scorumd/node/config.ini (otherwise default config will be used). Run node.
docker run \ -v /opt/scorumd/node:/var/lib/scorumd \ -d -p 2001:2001 -p 8090:8090 --name scorum-node \ scorum/release:0.2.0.3c2edb7
docker run \ -v /opt/scorumd/node:/var/lib/scorumd \ -d -p 2001:2001 -p 8090:8090 --name scorum-node \ -e NODE=rpc \ scorum/release:0.2.0.3c2edb7
To see node logs
docker logs scorum-node
For detail logs go to
/opt/scorumd/node/logs (or other folder that set in
To stop/start/restart node use
docker stop scorum-node docker start scorum-node docker restart scorum-node
A list of some seed nodes to get you started can be found in seed-nodes. This list is embedded into default config.ini.
See doc/building.md for detailed build instructions, including compile-time options, and specific commands for Linux (Ubuntu LTS) or macOS X.
For a full node, you need 10GB of space available. Scorumd uses a memory mapped file which currently holds 2GB of data and by default is set to use up to 10GB. It's highly recommended to run scorumd on a fast disk such as an SSD or by placing the shared memory files in a ramdisk and using the
shared-file-dir config (or command line) option to specify where. Any CPU with decent single core performance should be sufficient.
Main net chain_id
genesis.json hash sum:
Test net chain_id
genesis.testnet.json hash sum: