Chainpoint Node 1.5.0 is now available on Github. Chainpoint Nodes can join the network at any time, as long as they meet the minimum requirements. There will be no future registration events. This improvement to the node operating experience will further accelerate the adoption of Chainpoint.

Chainpoint Node — Changelog

Chainpoint Node — Frequently Asked Questions

How To Upgrade a Chainpoint Node

The command ‘make upgrade’ will upgrade and restart a Chainpoint Node. IMPORTANT: Nodes must upgrade to 1.5.0 before Friday, June 29th at 12:00 PDT (19:00 UTC) to be eligible for rewards.

Chainpoint Node Operator Survey

Please take five minutes to participate in our Chainpoint Node Operator survey. Some ideas from early responses:

  • Better tools for managing multiple nodes
  • Changes to the staking, audit, and rewards process
  • Improvements to the Node UI

We’ll share the survey results in a future blog post.

Chainpoint API Tutorial

Want to build something with Chainpoint? Here’s 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.

Chainpoint Javascript Client

This javascript client can be used in both Browser and Node.js based Javascript applications using callback functions, Promises (using .then.catch), or Promises (using async/await) functional styles.

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We’ve created a live code notebook on Runkit that demonstrates how to use the client. Developers are encouraged to submit any issues to the Chainpoint Client Github repo.


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