moniker: the displayed name of your node over RIZON Blockchain network.
~/.rizon/config/genesis.json. You will update this file next.
genesis.jsonfile, which defines the initial states of your blockchain,is acting as the genesis block. The state which defined in the
genesis.jsoncontains all the necessary information, such as initial token allocation, genesis time, default parameters, and more.
~/.rizon/config/app.tomlfile to prevent spamming. It rejects incoming transactions with less than the minimum gas prices.
~/.rizon/config/config.tomlto tell your node how find other peers. So open
~/.rizon/config/config.tomlfile and edit
~/.rizon/config/app.tomlfile and edit
[api]section. You also can configure laddr by edting
false, sync has finished. Otherwise, you need to wait longer.
--keyring-backend testflag, but we do not recommend this for use in production environments.
create-validatortx to join mainnet.
create-validatortransaction has completed, you can check whether your validator has been properly added via command below.