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11 Nov 2019
19:58:01@jules00:matrix.orgjules00 That's hard. Hardcore math inside 😁
19:58:41@mikehibbert:matrix.orgMike Hibbertyup but if it gets my code working I'll do it ... but let me check the go code first lol
20:00:23@jules00:matrix.orgjules00Ok. Good luck!
20:19:49@drdelphi:matrix.orgdrdelphi
In reply to @mikehibbert:matrix.org
I did a diff of bothe private keys and they are both 64byte arrays with the same values in bothe js and python :-S
shouldn't the pk be 32 bytes ?
20:41:44@alwin05:matrix.orgalwin05 jules00: If I understand correctly, staking is done by sending your 500k ERD stake to a smart contract. Will the node rewards go to the same address that sent the 500k ERD? Or do you need to specify the reward address in the data field for instance?
20:41:56@alwin05:matrix.orgalwin05 * jules00: If I understand correctly, staking is done by sending your 500k ERD stake to a smart contract. Will the node rewards go to the same address that sent the 500k ERD? Or do you need to specify the reward address in the data field for instance?
20:43:32@alwin05:matrix.orgalwin05Why I am asking this: is it possible to "sell" your node including its stake to someone by handing them the keys to the wallet from which the node's stake originated?
22:18:32@mikehibbert:matrix.orgMike Hibbert drdelphi: according to the cryto_sign() in the web version yes
22:19:15@mikehibbert:matrix.orgMike Hibbertbut other libs/modules seem to go a bit mental and produce different results from the same message and pk
22:19:22@mikehibbert:matrix.orgMike Hibbertsorry sk
22:19:44@mikehibbert:matrix.orgMike Hibbertsecret key its what I'm banging on about
22:26:21@mikehibbert:matrix.orgMike Hibbert drdelphi: jules00 the problem I think is the kind of signature that this web version is trying to provide. Its not obvious what that format is.
12 Nov 2019
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04:29:14@jules00:matrix.orgjules00
In reply to @alwin05:matrix.org
* jules00: If I understand correctly, staking is done by sending your 500k ERD stake to a smart contract. Will the node rewards go to the same address that sent the 500k ERD? Or do you need to specify the reward address in the data field for instance?
Almost like that but it is reverted: you own an account with 500k erd. You sign a tx to a predefined address, tx that has the data field populated with some data including your 256 hex chars pk used in block signing/verifying. Since you own the sk of the account that did the staking you can do whatever you want with it.
04:29:53@jules00:matrix.orgjules00
In reply to @mikehibbert:matrix.org
drdelphi: jules00 the problem I think is the kind of signature that this web version is trying to provide. Its not obvious what that format is.
It is a single schnorr signature
06:49:03@drdelphi:matrix.orgdrdelphi
In reply to @mikehibbert:matrix.org
drdelphi: according to the cryto_sign() in the web version yes
the pubKey is 32 bytes, the secretKey is 32 bytes ... what you get might be a concatenation of both ... you could check
14 Nov 2019
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20:49:15@mystic999:matrix.orgmystic999For my guide to running nodes on VPS for free, I've added a video guide for beginners. You can forward the key files from Windows. And if you don't have many nodes, you'll have enough free credit until the end of the node battle. Who wants to get away from Windows. Now is the best time to try. This video describes running one node on Vultr using Ubuntu 18.04 and one node on GCP with Debian GNU/Linux OS. Alwin's scripts for Ubuntu 18.04 were used to install and run these nodes. https://medium.com/@mystic266791/migrating-nodes-from-your-machine-to-a-cloud-server-guide-71b1c45c6718
20:50:19@mystic999:matrix.orgmystic999Redacted or Malformed Event
20:51:31@mystic999:matrix.orgmystic999Redacted or Malformed Event
15 Nov 2019
07:17:44@mystic999:matrix.orgmystic999 *
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15:02:39@lenin1218:matrix.orglenin1218I had a small error when starting a node on meta. The fact is that I did not have time to run this node before Genesis. I was 3-4 minutes late. No synchronization was performed. Сreated issues on github: https://github.com/ElrondNetwork/elrond-go/issues/677
15:12:43@jules00:matrix.orgjules00Ok. Looking into that. Thanks

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