bitmark-node is the easiest way for anyone to join the Bitmark network as a fully-validating peer. You can create, verify, and mine Bitmark transactions. Contains the following programs:
- bitmarkd: Main program
- prooferd: Mine Bitmark blocks
- bitmark-wallet: Pay for transactions (support bitcoin / litecoin)
- bitmark-cli: Command line interface to Main program
- bitmark-webui: A web user interface for basic control of bitmark-node
Bitmark provide two diffrent chains for the bitmarkd to join in. They are
In order to finish a transaction, you need to send bitcoin or litecoin to the proofing(mining) address of the bitcoin or litecoin which can be configured in the proofing block via web ui.
Please note that: there is a default value given in both chain. Please set your own value if you want to validate a transfer via you own addresses.
Here is a table to indicate what bitmark chain corresponds to which coin chain
It is simple to install bitmark-node, just install Docker and pull docker image
bitmark-node from docker hub.
After you successfully installed docker, type this command to pull
$ docker pull bitmark/bitmark-node
When the container is first started up, it will generate required keys for you inside the container. A web server is run inside the container and is able to control bitmark services.
$ docker run -d --name bitmarkNode -p 9980:9980 \ -p 2136:2136 -p 2135:2135 -p 2130:2130 \ -e PUBLIC_IP=184.108.40.206 \ bitmark/bitmark-node
The options are:
- PUBLIC_IP: public address to announce
- BTC_ADDR: bitcoin address for proofing
- LTC_ADDR: litecoin address for proofing
- 2130 - Port of RPC server
- 2135, 2136 - Port of peering
- 9980 - Port of web server
- /.config/bitmark-node/bitmarkd/bitmark/data - chain data for bitmark
- /.config/bitmark-node/bitmarkd/testing/data - chain data for testing
In the folder, there is a
docker-compose.yml file that gives you an example of how to configurate correctly to make bitmark-node up-and-run.