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docker-electrumx

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Run an Electrum server with one command

An easily configurable Docker image for running an Electrum server.

Usage

docker run \
  -v /home/username/electrumx:/data \
  -e DAEMON_URL=http://user:pass@host:port \
  -e COIN=BitcoinSegwit \
  -p 50002:50002 \
  lukechilds/electrumx

If there's an SSL certificate/key (electrumx.crt/electrumx.key) in the /data volume it'll be used. If not, one will be generated for you.

You can view all ElectrumX environment variables here: https://github.com/spesmilo/electrumx/blob/master/docs/environment.rst

TCP Port

By default only the SSL port is exposed. You can expose the unencrypted TCP port with -p 50001:50001, although this is strongly discouraged.

WebSocket Port

You can expose the WebSocket port with -p 50004:50004.

RPC Port

To access RPC from your host machine, you'll also need to expose port 8000. You probably only want this available to localhost: -p 127.0.0.1:8000:8000.

If you're only accessing RPC from within the container, there's no need to expose the RPC port.

Version

You can also run a specific version of ElectrumX if you want.

docker run \
  -v /home/username/electrumx:/data \
  -e DAEMON_URL=http://user:pass@host:port \
  -e COIN=BitcoinSegwit \
  -p 50002:50002 \
  lukechilds/electrumx:v1.8.7

License

MIT © Luke Childs