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README.md

Lisk Pool

This is first and fully open source Lisk delegate forging pool (also known as delegate reward sharing). Written in PHP.

Tokens and blockchain apps

In further updates LiskPool will be adapated to work with custom apps and issuance of tokens.

Requirements

MariaDB server
Memcached
Nginx
Lisk Node

Important

Only public directory must be served with web server. While config.php and private should not be served. This repository contains only background core code and public api endpoints. Web interface is available in separate repository: https://github.com/thepool-io/liskpool-html Development of open source HTML interface version will not be continued.

Installation

Liskpool now fully relies on Lisk-PHP to interact with Lisk node, including transaction signing.

cd liskpool
git submodule update --init --recursive
cd lisk-php
bash setup.sh
cd ..
apt-get install nginx mariadb-server memcached php-memcached php php-curl

Optionally, basic html interface

cd liskpool
cd public
git clone https://github.com/thepool-io/liskpool-html .

Setup mariadb server, nginx and import database scheme

lisk_pool_scheme_db.sql

Navigate to config.php

lisk_nodes & lisk_ports You can add here more independent nodes which are used to determine node with best height. It keeps pool updated with most recent state of network, prevents messing up charts in case of forks and other issues.

<?php
$lisk_nodes = array('localhost','123.123.123.123');
$lisk_ports = array('5000','5000');
return array(
    'host' => 'localhost',
	'username' => 'root',     //<- Database user
	'password' => 'dbpass',  //<- Database Password
	'bdd' => 'lisk', //<- Database name
	'lisk_host' => $lisk_nodes,
	'lisk_port' => $lisk_ports,
	'protocol' => 'http',
	'pool_fee' => '25.0%', //<- adjustable pool fee as float for ex. "25.0%"
	'pool_fee_payout_address' => '', //<- Pool revenue address
	'delegate_address' => '', //<- Delegate address - must be valid forging delegate address
	'payout_threshold' => '0.2', //<- Payout threshold in LSK
	'withdraw_interval_in_sec' => '604800', //<- Withdraw script interval represented in seconds
	'secret' => 'passphrase1', //<- Main passphrase the same your as in your forging delegate
	'secondSecret' => '', //<- Second passphrase, leave empty if only one enabled
	'fancy_withdraw_hub' => '', //<- Put here passphrase to withdraw from different account
	'public_directory' => 'public', //<- directory name of public dir served with webserver
	'cap_balance' => '150000000000000', //<- balance to cap voter votepower, default - anything over 1.5m LSK will be reduced to 1.5m
	'support_standby_delegates' => '5',	//<- automatically donate standby delegates
	'support_standby_delegates_amount' => '5000000000000',
	'slow_withdraw' => true //<- With payouts >1k lisk tx pool limit problem, it withdraws slower when true
);
?>

pool_fee_payout_address address specified for pool fee should be voting for delegate or should be manually added to table "miners".

Usage

(Managing and starting liskpool will be moved under one shell script)

Navigate to /private/ directory and start background scripts:

Node height checker, necessary even there is only one defined

screen -dmS bestnode php bestnode.php


Updating cache - this script updates and cache data

screen -dmS cacher php cacher.php


Block Processing - this script checks if delegate forged new block, if so it will split as defined in config

screen -dmS processing php processing.php


Updating charts - this script updates data to keep charts up to date.

screen -dmS stats php stats.php


Withdraw script - this script withdraws revenue as defined in config. It features multithreaded withdraw processing if your cpu has multiple cores or supports htt. Technically, it's more like forking rather threading, however it was simplier to implement and saves some time building php with zts enabled.

screen -dmS withdraw php withdraw.php

Optional Balance checker - Simple script to compare total LISK value stored in database in reference to actual LISK stored on delegate account.

cd helpers
php check.php

All background scripts can be easily accessed with
NAME = "processing" or "stats" or "withdraw" or "bestnode" or "liskstats"
screen -x NAME
Example
screen -x processing

Forging

Liskpool works great along with Lisk-forging-failover, it's compatible with shared library. Just pull it in main directory. Then follow instruction from Lisk-forging-failover repository.

git clone https://github.com/thepool-io/Lisk-forging-failover
cd Lisk-forging-failover
bash setup.sh

Public API

Specified voter balance data for balance chart, respectively entitled pool balance, network balance and withdraw amount.

data/voters/ADDRESS.json
data/voters/balance/ADDRESS.json
data/voters/withdraw/ADDRESS.json

General data for charts

data/approval.json
data/balance.json
data/rank.json
data/voters.json
data/reserve.json
data/productivity.json

General pool info

api/info/

Current forged balance for each voter / contributor

api/info/forged/
api/info/forged/?by=ADDRESS

Logs

As soon any of background scripts gets excuted, logs directory will appear in private directory. It will store all logs of all background scripts.

Contributing

If you want to contribute, fork and pull request or open issue.

License

Liskpool - MIT License,
Opensource libraries used
Lisk-PHP | MIT License

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