Cadex Core staging tree 1.0.0
What is Cadex?
Cadex is a total of dash fork an experimental digital currency that enables anonymous, instant payments to anyone, anywhere in the world. Cadex uses peer-to-peer technology to operate with no central authority: managing transactions and issuing money are carried out collectively by the network. Cadex coin is the name of the open source software which enables the use of this currency. We are building a platform for business solutions
Block Reward: 25.16 CADEX, masternode gets 15.017 CADEX of block reward and the rest goes to Miners
P2P PORT: 27270
- 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…)
- Using the control wallet still, enter the following command:
- Still in the control wallet, send 100,000 CADEX 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 100,000 CADEX; No less, no more.)
- Still in the control wallet, enter the command into the console (This gets the proof of transaction of sending 100,000):
- Still on the main computer, go into the cadex data directory, by default in Windows it’ll be
Find masternode.conf and add the following line to it:
# Format: alias IP:port masternodeprivkey collateral_output_txid collateral_output_index
or follow here
<Name of Masternode(Use the name you entered earlier for simplicity)> <Unique IP address>:51472 <The result of Step 1> <Result of Step 4> <The number after the long line in Step 4>
B. VPS Remote wallet install
- From your home directory, download the latest version from the CADEX GitHub repository:
- Unzip and extract:
tar -xvf ubuntu16-cli.tar.gz
- Go to your cadexcoin directory:
- Note: If this is the first time running the wallet in the VPS, you’ll need to attempt to start the wallet
- stop cadexd with
- Now on the masternodes, find the CADEX data directory here.(Linux: ~/.CADEXCOIN)
- Open the cadex.conf by typing
vi cadex.conf or nano cadex.conf
- Add the below code in the cadex.conf file
rpcuser=long random username rpcpassword=longer random password rpcallowip=127.0.0.1 rpcport=28280 listen=1 server=1 daemon=1 logtimestamps=1 maxconnections=80 masternode=1 externalip=your vps ip address masternodeprivkey=Result of Step 1
- start your vps cadex daemon
- Start your masternode from your desktop wallet
masternode start-alias MN1
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(assuming they weren't disabled in configure) with:
make check. Further details on running
and extending unit tests can be found in /src/test/README.md.
There are also regression and integration tests of the RPC interface, written
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