Call for action: What can I do to help Ethereum Classic project?
So, you've looked through our web site, understand the value proposition of open, neutral and immutable blockchains. You would like to help original Ethereum vision to succeed. What can you do? Here are some ideas: Get a Classic wallet Create new Ethereum Classic wallet in few easy steps. Running a web-based Classic wallet is also possible: http://classicetherwallet.com/ Run a Classic node We need better network bootstrapping. Run a dedicated Classic node. If your node maintains good uptime and network connectivity, please notify the developers so they can add them to bootstrap list. Also, please consider adding your node to network status monitor (Netstat): http://etcstats.net/ Help with community tools There is a community-driven effort to create ethereumclassic.com website. If you are interested to participate, please join the discussion. Another initiative is to create Ethereum Classic Guide and improve overall quality of documentation. ETC should be accessible to anyone, and easy to start with! Ethereum Classic wiki needs some love as well. Please share your knowledge and help others get going with Classic. Contribute to development If you have skills, please consider joining our dev team. We are working actively on geth/mist/etherwallet, but we need developers to begin migrating/restoring other clients and key supporting sw. Alternatively, you can help improve community tools. Block explorer improvement is our top priority right now. Beta support for exploring addresses and transactions appeared, but more is needed. Block explorers are essential, and before Classic there were no open source ones in Ethereum ecosystem. Mine the original chain Start mining to support network and earn classic ethers (ETC). Difficulty is relatively low, so even solo miners have a decent chance to find a classic block or two. Here is some info on solo mining, ETC mining guides and tips. Join in on the fun! There are many Classic pools now, some of them listed on a sidebar (to the right). New pools, please list yourself on ETC Wiki. The pools are run independently of Ethereum Classic project, so do your own due diligence. BTW, why don't you start running your own Classic pool? Here is some opensource code, if you are interested. Trade ETC for fun and profit Trading classic ethers (ETC) is important as it gives our chain tokens value, attracting more miners. ETC trading is now live on all the major crypto-exchanges. Bitfinex, Poloniex, Kraken offer trading pairs such as ETC/BTC, ETC/USD and ETC/ETH. Complete exchange list in the sidebar (to the right). Please trade ETC if you are interested in active market forming or want to increase your stake in the success of Ethereum Classic. Spread the word Please help us spread the word about Ethereum Classic around Ethereum community and beyond! You can use this logo set, or create something better still. Start websites. Write blog posts. Tweet. Let people know about Ethereum Classic and its value proposition. Donate ETC:0xe9a7e26bf5c05fe3bae272d4c940bd7158611ce9 ETH:0xda99c6385e7ec0a7b4031c393dac01b600341fc3 BTC:1953UK8Y849SZqfDEnn3Zu4AM98hwWk3Kw Feeling like something needs to be done, and no one is doing it? Take the initiative! Ask around our Slack channel if there is something urgent to be done. Thanks for your support, and let's move our chain along! Stay classy, everyone! ;)
View the UI example here: https://twitter.com/gavofyork/status/1014520918226427904 POC-2 will include an analog to ethstats.net for Ethereum. This will be a window into the overall health of the network from the nodes that volunteer to submit their telemetry. When you run your node you can start it with --telemetry and it will begin submitting data to the netstats information services website, which will list the node. Currently, u/Maciejh, Jaco, and u/gavofyork dev nodes from Parity are using it so it is pretty random, however POC-2 will have the flag,
I've jumped into the deep end of the pool (I'm not a software dev but I'm somewhat tech savvy) and I have successfully managed to get a node operating on the Frontier test net! (wooohooo) I have a few questions and I could use a little help with the following please:
My hash rate varies quit frequently normally from 0 at times up to 48. I've also seen it at 304 once and 120 once. What's a normal hash rate and what's a good hash rate? And why is it 0 sometimes?
I'm only connecting to 16 peers. How do I connect to more than 16?
Does mining take about 30 mins to start each and every time you connect to the network?
In my output log I always get the message "11934 nat.go:105] mapping error: no devices discovered" several times when I start Geth. What does this mean?
Could someone please give me a simple step by step guide (eliw5) of how to get my node listed on the eth-netstats page. I'm running mac OSX. I'm not a dev and I can't make sense of Clone the git repo, then install pm2:
I've heard some people in the mining community are creating hacks in order to have their hash rate being reporting to netstats. I've prepared a PR for Geth that allows you to submit your hash rate from an arbitrary source (e.g. ethminer). Gav's is currently implemented the submitting mechanism in ethminer :-)
The eth-netstats service consumes Ethereum statistical metrics provided by individual Ethereum nodes. Check out the documentation on Geth if you are interested in running an Ethereum miner or transaction only node and pointing it’s statistical output to an eth-netstats instance. Ethereum Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for users of Ethereum, the decentralized application platform and smart contract enabled blockchain. It only takes a minute to sign up. Sign up to join this community There seems to be some confusion around about how to run eth-netstats for a private ethereum network. I found when doing this (using geth v1.7.3) you don't actually have to run the eth-net-intelligence-api. Simply run geth with the following command line argument when you start each instance ... Netstats System. For this kind of system, it is critical to have a tool capable of checking the status of each Ethereum node in the network. That is why it has been already created. It is called the ‘Netstats’. The first version of this tool was originally split into two different projects by POA Network: the Agent and the Dashboard. Service implements an Ethereum netstats reporting daemon that pushes local chain statistics up to a monitoring server. func (*Service) Start ¶ Uses
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