Use this quick start to set up your Pocket node and make it a Full Node.
Before you begin configuring your Pocket Node, you'll need to have configured the following:
Every node needs an account in order to connect to the Pocket Network. To create or import an account, enter:
pocket accounts create
$ pocket accounts import-raw <private key>
Whether you've created or imported an account, it will prompt you to enter a passphrase that will be used to locally encrypt your private key and generate a success message(see below):
Account generated successfully: Address: 45D50DB64E90C0109C778DAAB7EF36676FC03866
Account imported successfully: 45d50db64e90c0109c778daab7ef36676fc03866
Lastly, you will need to set the account as a validator address to sets the main validator account so you can register your address on the network.
pocket accounts set-validator 45D50DB64E90C0109C778DAAB7EF36676FC03866
To start your pocket node, simply enter in:
Once you complete the prompts, you will see a running instance of your pocket node:
And you're all done! To learn more about how you can interact with your node, view our CLI reference page.
Updated 9 months ago