FAQ

Q: Can I link multiple masternodes to the same txbit.io account?

A: Yes you can. Follow these instructions for each Masternode you have.

Q: How frequent are the rewards?

A: Currently the rewards will be distributed at start of the month. Soon distribution will be automated to a weekly basis. 

Requirements

  1. An account on Txbit.io
  2. Access to your Solaris Qt wallet that has the 1000 XLR collateral 


Step 1 - Go to Masternode Rewards section on txbit.io


Click on the Profile icon and go to SETTINGS.


In the Settings screen, click on the MASTERNODE REWARDS tab.


Step 2 - Open Solaris Qt wallet and enter the Masternode address


Open your Solaris Qt wallet, go to the Masternodes tab and click on the "Pubkey" of the Masternode that you are trying to link. Press CTRL+C to copy the Masternode address.


Go to the Masternode Rewards screen on txbit.io and paste the address into the "Address" field. To paste, press CTRL+V. Double check to make sure you copied the correct field. 



Step 3 - Enter the masternode TXID and TX OUTPUT INDEX 


To get your masternode TXID and TX OUTPUT INDEX, click on Tools>Open Masternode Configuration File. This will open a text editor with information about your Masternode.


In the text file you will find information about your Masternode, such as the Alias name, IP address, Private key and the last 2 values that we are looking for, which are the TXID and TX OUTPUT INDEX.


Copy&paste the TXID and TX OUTPUT INDEX into the Txbit fields.


Step 4 - Generate signature to validate masternode ownership


In your Solaris Qt wallet, click File>Sign message...


A new window will open up for Signing and Verifying messages. Copy&Paste the Masternode address into both available fields, Address and Message.


Hit the Sign Message button to generate a signature.


Copy&Paste the generated signature into the final field on Txbit.io.


Step 5 - Link the masternode!


Hit LINK MASTERNODE


If all the details are correct and your Masternode is online, you will see a "success" message like this:


You can track the status and the uptime of your masternode from the same page.