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How to setup and configure Renobot

…for beginners This is a guide for beginners who are not familiar with installing Java and starting the bot, as well as some of the simple configurations you can use to get started. In this guide, we will primarily cover windows, but expect things to be very similar on Linux.  This guide will expand over time toContinue reading →

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How To Sync Your Wallet

How To Sync Your Wallet

Wallet not syncing? I’ve been seeing this question a lot in the channel, that people are having trouble syncing their wallets. Well, rest assured its actually a really common problem, and just as easily fixed. The solution is properly configuring your wallet with addnodes. I like to use the list at www.coinexchage.io Depending on your operatingContinue reading →

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Renos on Odroid ARM

Introduction Odroid is a minimalist ARM based computer much like the Raspberry Pi. These systems use different processor technology than most desktop computers. The ARM processor allows the production of the Odroid to be very low compared to traditional desktops. In this blog a step-by-step approach to setting Renos up on an ARM processor usingContinue reading →

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RCP Calls To Renos Daemon

RCP Calls To Renos Daemon

Introduction Renos offers a full RPC API that can be accessed using http. The API allows developers to build applications on top of the Renos framework, for example payment solutions for online stores and point-of-sales software. Virtually all calls that can be made from the command line using renosd or the console option of theContinue reading →

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How To Receive Renos Coin Payments

How To Receive Renos Coin Payments

Receiving Renos Payments …and create a wallet address In this guide, I will teach you how to create a Renos wallet address, and how to set them up to receive payments from people or other sources. It’s probably one of the easiest and most fundamental functions of the wallet. Requirements Renos to be either sent or receivedContinue reading →

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Sending Renos Coin Is Easy! Here’s How

Sending Renos Coin Is Easy! Here’s How

In this tutorial, I will explain how you can use your wallet to send payments on the RenosCoin network. Renos Coin can be used for many things, but one of the most fundamental features is being able to send and receive payments. It can be as simple as sending your coins from your wallet toContinue reading →

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Question Of The Month

Question Of The Month

Renos has always been about community. We believe that we can make something special happen if we can come together as a community. One of the cornerstones of community is communication. Most of the interaction between Renos Coin enthusiast, newcomers and core team members alike is happening on Slack. However, we feel something is missing.Continue reading →

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Master Node Setup

Master Node Setup

Introduction Renos is a Proof-Of-Stake (POS) coin and offers staking of your coins directly from your wallet and via a Master Node system as ways to proof your stake. Here it will be explained how to setup a Master Node in a hot local and cold remote setup. The local wallet holds the funds andContinue reading →

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Installing A Full Renos Node

Installing A Full Renos Node

This tutorial will explain how you can install a full Renos node with very little effort on Ubuntu. The Renos network is build as a peer-to-peer (P2P) network. The p2p-network is used for distribution the block chain between wallets. Each wallet runs a Renos daemon in the background, the renods. In this tutorial it willContinue reading →

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Lottery Winner Announced

Lottery Winner Announced

Last month Renos ran a Master Node give away for anyone joining the official Renos Slack. That’s 30.000 RNS in your wallet as a cash prize!   Those on the #lottery channel could follow the lottery live. After a few hours the winner was announced. Stefano Facchinetti, with Slack name @599gto, is the winner! Big congratsContinue reading →

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