Chainpoint Node UI Preview Release
Today marks the launch of the Chainpoint Node UI Preview Release. Node Operators now have an easy way to view their node’s activity and status. Please upgrade to version Chainpoint version 1.4.1.
The Activity view provides a near real-time view into Node Activity.
The About view provides answers to Node Operator’s most frequently asked questions:
- Is this node registered?
- Is this node passing or failing audits?
- How many active Chainpoint Nodes are on the public network?
This data is updated twice an hour during each audit period.
Accessing The Chainpoint Node UI
Node Operators can access the Node UI by visiting
http:// . You’ll need to login by entering the TNT address in the node’s
Please note this a Preview Release. The first official release will have an upgraded user experience and features. We need your help to make running a Chainpoint Node even easier! Please share your feedback on the Node UI on in our Discord and Telegram channels.
The rewards queue has been operating since April, 11th 2018. The Chainpoint Wiki on Github has a full description of the Chainpoint Network Reward Queue Rules. The launch of the rewards queue is the latest in an upcoming series of changes that will allow nodes to join the Chainpoint Network at any time.
Chainpoint Node Registration
Node registration will open on Tuesday, May 8th at 13:00 PDT (20:00 UTC). An additional five hundred nodes will be able to join the public network.
- Upgrade Node — Node operators should upgrade to version 1.4.1 as soon as possible.
- Restart Node — When registration opens, type ‘make restart’. Chainpoint Nodes automatically attempt to register when restarted or upgraded.
The command ‘make upgrade’ will upgrade and restart a Chainpoint Node.
IMPORTANT: Nodes must upgrade to 1.4.1 to be eligible for rewards.
Node upgrade video tutorial.
Chainpoint API Tutorial
Want to build something with Chainpoint? Our team created a guide that shows how to use a Chainpoint Node’s API to create a Chainpoint proof. You can use any programming language that supports HTTP calls.
callback functions, Promises (using
.catch), or Promises (using
await) functional styles.
A new Chainpoint Node Changelog makes it easy to understand the changes in each release.
Tierion has several openings for experienced developers to join our team in San Francisco. Our toolchain is based on Node.js, CockroachDB, PostgreSQL, RabbitMQ, Redis, and Consul. Everything is glued together with Docker, Docker Compose, and Kubernetes.
Follow Chainpoint development on Github. Keep up to date by following Tierion on Twitter.