How to Stake your Securenode using the Ledger Nano S

Good morning everyone, I trust that you are all having a nice weekend. There seems to be a little bit of confusion regarding how you stake your securenodes using the Ledger. I have recently seen some steps provided on the Discord that are unnecessary, so I thought that I would Read More

Interesting observation with Ledger Nano S and rewards

Interesting behaviour I just observed with the ledger and staking. Seems that the way it sends funds away is last in first out. So my observations were that the last transactions in to each of the staking addresses was for the rewards, but prior to that I had sent some Read More

Sending rewards from Ledger without touching the stake

Hi all, After testing withdrawal from a high-spec computer I can now recommend using the Ledger Nano S for staking It is a wonderful day today, I get to try out sending my securenode rewards from my Ledger addresses to another address. This is how I did it. I have Read More

Test securenode shielded transaction time

Hi there, For those interested in testing their hardware without completely setting up a securenode and connecting to the securenode tracking servers and consuming 0.0002 zen, you can run the following command: zen-cli zcbenchmark createjoinsplit 1 This will then give you an output like [ { "runningtime": 88.07598 Read More

Changing from Source build to APT repo

Hi all, With the upcomming requirement to update to zend version 2.0.11 before block 290,000, many people have been asking for help updating the daemon. Many people initially built from source, but now with the updated APT repo, this blog post will help people move from the Read More