However, for the rest of us that want in on BCC, whether youre a fan of its protocol and believe a Flippening is imminent, or you want to dump it to buy more BTC, heres what youre gonna have to do: Run a Full Node. If you want to compile from source rather than running a precompiled binary: * Linux build notes are here * OSX build notes are here * Windows build notes are here, run Bitcoin Core (either the graphical bitcoin-qt or the bitcoind daemon) Note that. To get started, run these commands, and you'll then have the bitcore command in your path: npm install -g bitcore, note : Do not run this command with sudo or with root privileges as this will lead to permission issues.
By default, as soon as you launch the client, it will use the DNS seeds to start connecting with eight other peers to download and verify transaction data. While the steps for Windows 7 and newer are functionally the same, if you want to run a node off of a 32-bit machine, youll have to download the binaries for that version instead. The easiest way to do this is from within Bitcoin Core. To create a node if you already have a Bitcoin data directory that you want to use: bitcore create -d path-to-datadirectory mynode, the database directory will likely be at /.bitcore. Optionally set a label, and the amount you want to send. Click on Windows to download the Expert Bundle. Open your web browser and navigate. If youre interested in signing up to possibly receive bitcoin payouts for running a well connected node, you can check out the.