CROWN Servicenode Setup GuideNODEshare's easy step by step instructions
The process of setting up a remote CRW Servicenode may seem daunting but you only need to follow a few steps.
Start with the checklist and work your way through the steps.
You will need the following.
- 500.1 CRW coins. You only need 500 for your system node, but do need a bit more to make the transactions.
- Latest version of the CRW wallet - check the Vsync website for the official version
- Order Hosting from NODEshare
- 10 minutes of your time
Onto Step 1. Click on the below to get started.
Goto Settings, Click Options, Click Wallet, Click Enable Coin Control
Click Receive, Type your Systemnodes Alias into LABEL. Alias can be anything, we often go with MN1 or MN2 etc… Then click Request Payment.
Copy Address and close window.
Then click SEND
- Paste the new address in PAY TO:
- Type 500 in Amount:
- Click the Send button at the bottom left
- Click okay to confirm the transaction fee
Note: this must be 500 CRW - do not alter this number for fees, they will be added on top.
If you have an existing system node, you MUST use COIN CONTROL so coins are not sent from an existing system node.
Just reply to CRW system node Order Confirmation - [CRW1XXX] from NODEshare
Paste your address and send the reply.
You will need to open the Vsync Folder in APPDATA. To reach this folder - start in File Explorer and follow the following tree:
This PC > OS (C:) > Users > Login Name > Appdata > Roaming > Crown
Paste the new data from the file received from NODEshare into systemnode.conf
If you can not see APPDATA - see this link on Microsoft for help
Restart Wallet so the changes from the systemnode.conf take effect.
Click send. Click Inputs. In list mode there is a lock next to your 500 CRW collateral amount.
Click on the lock - click on “unlock unspent” within the dropdown
Click the Systemnode Tab
Select the the alias and click "Start Missing"
A message will appear that the Systemnode was started successfully. Happy Dividends!
If you have errors. 1st Recheck your work.
If you get the “could not allocate vin error” - check coin control and make sure that 500 coins are in the specified address.