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  1. My Crypto Cloud offers a shared masternode (fortunastake) service. Sign up here https://mycryptocloud.nl First thing to do after signing up is creating a D wallet address and sending in some D. After verifying your email and logging in, you will start at the dashboard. Select Asset from the left menu. Then select Deposit. In the Deposit screen, type denarius to find the wallet to add. Click Generate Address and you will get a Denarius address to send to to start depositing into the shared masternode. Send in whatever you feel comfortable since you won't be in control of your private keys. Go to Smart Pools on the left side menu while waiting for the D to fully confirm. Type Denarius into the search box or scroll down and select Denarius. Notice how our Denarius wallet shows 0 D? Lets change that be depositing from out cryptocloud wallet into the smart pool. Select Pool Deposit. Type in your amount up to your full balance and lets get to work! Lets also automatically setup to reinvest. Enable Reinvest and you are finished.
  2. To check the image against an existing D address where someone has used PoD already. Select File then click Check Timestamp. This will take you to coinexplorer. An easy test is to download the denarius logo image off of Carsen's github, stick that into Proof of Data tab and check timestamp.
  3. If I go to the Denarius QT debug console and type gettransaction and the transaction hash from above gettransaction 0bd06fd8f9e7db1aab6e6f4a6be6e9068ad40837eab349612f82454f5e40a211 I get this "amount" : -0.00100000, "fee" : -0.00001000, "confirmations" : 39, "blockhash" : "06a0d60a27013672dce956682f822dcaf6b94f66213bddf2b37fe47cab315f16", "blockindex" : 2, "blocktime" : 1562916992, "txid" : "0bd06fd8f9e7db1aab6e6f4a6be6e9068ad40837eab349612f82454f5e40a211", "time" : 1562916930, "timereceived" : 1562916930, "comment" : "/home/687474703a2f2f692e696d6775722e636f6d2f67496535766e772e706e67.png", "to" : "Proof of Data", "details" : [ { "account" : "", "address" : "D9hq7DB78uh8SGmoiA3iCaqGcW3RcvmawA", "category" : "send", "amount" : -0.00100000, "vout" : 1, "fee" : -0.00001000 }
  4. First you need the QT Wallet started and some Denarius coins. Proof of Data costs 0.001 D as of the writing of this guide. Proof of Data can give a hash against a file like an MD5 checksum. Except this checksum is a hash stored on the blockchain with a time and date, proving your data hasn't been altered. Lets start with an easy to find image. Carsen's github with the Denarius image located here. https://github.com/carsenk/denarius I am going to right click the Denarius logo and save to my hard drive as the example. Now open the QT Wallet to the Proof of Data tab. We want to select file, choose the image we just saved which is a long string of numbers.png. After selecting the file type in up to 24 Characters. I am going to use Denarius Logo. And then click Create Timestamp. Now we get the success message and also a Generated Timestamp Denarius Address. A transaction hash is generated after clicking OK. Input the generated address into the block explorer to see what we just did. https://www.coinexplorer.net/D/address/D9hq7DB78uh8SGmoiA3iCaqGcW3RcvmawA Now what can we do next? Lets put the same image in and Create Timestamp again. We get the same address again. https://www.coinexplorer.net/D/address/D9hq7DB78uh8SGmoiA3iCaqGcW3RcvmawA Thats the basics, and this works for more than just image files. I personally use PDF's and link the Denarius block explorer with PDF in emails so no one is changing files on me.
  5. ChainzID Block Explorer has useful information regarding the overall network. https://chainz.cryptoid.info/d/ I like to look at the extraction page to see how much staking is going on per the last 100 and 1000 blocks. Since we are still in Hybrid POW/PoS phase we can see that Proof of Stake is currently about 50% of the network block solving. This means during POW, each block being solved by PoS is removing 3D from the circulating supply. The higher the PoS solving daily, the less Denarius coins are being created overall. Less Denarius coins circulating makes this cryptocurrency more rare the more people are staking.
  6. Coinexplorer has some useful information that's similar to the QT Wallet staking probability tab. https://www.coinexplorer.net/D Go to one of your addresses by typing in the address into the search bar and lets see some more staking information. What we are looking for on our own address page is the See Address Unspent Outputs page. In the Unspent Output page we can see all of the inputs waiting for staking in our own wallet to this particular address. AVG Days to Stake is what I am looking for. In this example we can see roughly how long it might take for that amount to stake. Typically a 3 D input will stake within a few days of maturing.
  7. Staking Information in Denarius QT Wallet. First turn coin control on in the QT wallet. settings -> options -> Display tab Checkmark the Display coin control features (experts only!) and click OK. We can now see some more information if you go to the Send tab -> Inputs Browsing around that we can see whenever you send or receive Denarius coins, your inputs will change. Each input can be staked. Each input has its own coinage that increases its odds for staking. Go to the Staking tab for some more information for each input. In here we can sort by Transaction, Address, Balance, Age, Coinage, and Stake Probabilty. Now we have a better idea of when we will stake. In this example I left the Display staking probability within to 10minutes. I am always curious what will happen in the short term as I enjoy staking Denarius cryptocurrency.
  8. Now that we have a wallet with address and some Denarius coins, we look at staking your Denarius crypto coins. The way staking works is that D will stake at 6% over the year. 33% of that 6% goes to fortunastake (masternodes). Staking wallets and fortunastakes both help to secure the Denarius blockchain. To get an idea of how much you can receive daily with 100 D. 100 D * 0.06 = 6 D per year 6 D / 365 days = 0.01643835 D per day 0.01643835 D * 0.67 = 0.01101369863 D per day with 33% going to FortunaStakes You can leave your wallet open constantly and help verify transactions and stake frequently, or open your wallet every once in a while to stake. This is up to you. I prefer to leave the wallet open constantly staking, as Denarius is a hybrid cryptocurrency during the Proof of Work and Proof of Stake phase. The safest way to stake your coins is by unlocking the wallet to only stake. Another option if you are planning to transfer Denarius coins to someone else is by fully unlocking the wallet.
  9. After we have a Denarius wallet and address setup, we now need some D coins. Its suggested to have minimum 3 Denarius coins for staking. More Denarius coins will always be better if you want to stake more frequently. There are a couple of basic ways to do this. Buying with Bitcoin using an Exchange Starting off with some Bitcoin we can go into one of the exchanges trading Denarius. Coinmarket Cap list of Exchanges https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/denarius-dnr/#markets https://tradeogre.com/exchange/BTC-D https://www.southxchange.com/Market/Book/D/BTC https://www.coinexchange.io/market/D/BTC Come Into Discord for Airdrops https://discord.gg/JQEmXwb Mining Mining is a whole other topic that has its own basic guide. A good list of mining pools https://miningpoolstats.stream/denarius
  10. A full tutorial on how to Stake Denarius Coins - D. Staking Denarius is as easy as accumulating Denarius coins, sending into your own QT Wallet and waiting the initial 8 hours for the coins to mature to be ready for staking. First we need to get a Denarius Wallet so we have a D address to use for staking. The place to download the latest wallet is from Github under releases. This has a section for latest released wallets compiled by the main Developer, Carsen Klock. https://github.com/carsenk/denarius/releases Direct Download Links Windows - https://github.com/carsenk/denarius/releases/download/v3.3.9.1/Denarius-v3.3.9.1-Win64.zip MacOS - https://github.com/carsenk/denarius/releases/download/v3.3.9.1/Denarius-v3.3.9.1.dmg Ubuntu - compile yourself Windows We can store the QT wallet .exe anywhere on your PC. For example, you can make a folder called c:\crypto\denarius and store the QT wallet .exe there. Come up with a location to run the .exe from and copy the .zip you downloaded and paste into this new directory. ctrl+c to copy and ctrl+v to paste, or right click for copy and paste commands in Windows File Explorer. Unzip the Denarius.zip file and you will see denarius.exe. This is the QT wallet. Double click this executable file, and the wallet will start up. In the background the wallet will create a denarius.conf file in the blockchain directory and start to sync. Congratulations, you now have a Denarius address! hint: The blockchain data is defaulted to store in C:/Users/<yourname>/AppData/Roaming/Denarius When Carsen releases a new wallet, all you do is close the wallet, overwrite denarius.exe and double click to run again. MacOS hodl Ubuntu hodl
  11. From here https://fredrikaverpil.github.io/2016/07/31/docker-for-mac-and-gui-applications/ install docker on MacOS Install xquartz brew cask install xquartz Download Docker for Mac 1.12 stable from https://docs.docker.com/docker-for-mac/, install and run. Run Xquartz in bash open -a XQuartz allow network connections from clients in security tab Then this to allow connections from local machine ip=$(ifconfig en0 | grep inet | awk '$1=="inet" {print $2}') xhost + $ip then run docker qt line docker run -d --name denariusqt -e DISPLAY=$ip:0 -v /tmp/.X11-unix:/tmp/.X11-unix buzzkillb/denariusqt:latest will also want to add volumes to keep the chaindata directory and wallet outside of the container and on host machine typically located here /Library/Application Support/Denarius so the below, something like this to run the QT in MacOS docker run -d --name denariusqt -e DISPLAY=$ip:0 -v `/Library/Application Support/Denarius`:/denarius -v /tmp/.X11-unix:/tmp/.X11-unix buzzkillb/denariusqt:latest
  12. So I made this https://github.com/buzzkillb/denariusQTdocker with a command line script of this #!/bin/bash XSOCK=/tmp/.X11-unix XAUTH=/tmp/.docker-xauth mkdir -p ${HOME}/.denarius xauth nlist ${DISPLAY} | sed -e 's/^..../ffff/' | xauth -f ${XAUTH} nmerge - docker run -ti --rm -e "XAUTHORITY=${XAUTH}" -e "DISPLAY=${DISPLAY}" -v ${HOME}/.denarius:/denarius -v ${XAUTH}:${XAUTH} -v ${XSOCK}:${XSOCK} --name="denarius-qt-d" --user="${UID}:${GID}" buzzkillb/denariusqt:latest Which the QT works on Ubuntu 19.04 Going to throw a bunch of random ideas on how to run this on other os's in here.
  13. Not as elegant as I was hoping for, but this appears to work and be somewhat hands off.
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