I'm currently following Youtube tutorials (yes many because each one is incomplete in one way or another) to build a Litecoin fork. Up to now, I have been able to make the wallet for my coin on Linux. Awesome. However…
In one of the tutorials, the guy suggests, after running the Linux wallet, to use a vm or vps to clone the room (I use a vps – it uses a vm), configure a mycoin. conf file in .mycoin for local machine and vm / vps, then run ./mycoin-qt on both (how am I supposed to run it on a vps terminal?) Supposedly this will allow it 39; extraction. Can anyone clear things up for me? Will I need to start over? This is not the starting knot, is it?
How can I make sure that I can extract, for example, 10,000 blocks per minute and then return to its usual settings (say, 20 by 5 minutes initially)? This is so that I can extract a few million blocks for myself. I will also post this on my play site for more transparency.
I need help setting up seed nodes. To my knowledge, I'm supposed to have 2. How to configure this (what code should I change, what should I do at each vps)?
I am trying to save money. Would it make sense to configure a starting node (or task 1 of this post) on the same server on which I host a DNS server?
What's the least stressful way to create a Windows wallet?
Thanks in advance. 0.8 Litecoin Fork
Until now, I only know that litecoin uses another data mining algorithm called Scrypt which has some ASIC resistance. Is there more difference? Or they are completely identical except for the data mining algorithm