Beenode Masternode Installation Guide on its own equipment


Beenode Masternode Installation Guide on its own equipment


This instruction is equally suitable for installing Masternode on both Windows and graphical Linux operating systems.



  • To run Masternode, you need to create a transaction in 1000 BNODE in the same amount on a zero wallet.

  • You must have an external dedicated IP address.

  • Port 4244 must be open in the firewall

  • If you are using a router, then in the settings of the router it is necessary to forward port 4244 to the inside of the network for external connections.

  • Devices running Masternode must be permanently turned on and have constant access to the Internet (it is possible to disconnect from the network for no more than 30 minutes).


Step 1. Create a zero wallet address


Run the program BeenodeCore on your computer.

In the “Receive” tab, click the “Request Payment” button



We receive the address of a zero purse. Copy it “Copy Address”. Save it in Notepad



Step 2. Create a transaction for 1000 BNODE.


Go to the “Send” tab, paste the copied address into the “Pay to” line, and in the “Amount” line, enter 1000, “Send”




In the “Transactions” tab, double click on the transaction and get its ID. Save it in Notepad



Step 3. We generate a private key.


To do this, go to the “Tools” tab and “Debug console”


and in the command line console enter the command:


masternode genkey


We get a private key. Save it in Notepad



Step 4. Editing the configuration file masternode.conf


First we need to know the exit index of the transaction in which we sent 1000 BNODE

In the command line console, enter the command:


masternode outputs



The number at the end of the line is the output index we need.

In the "Tools" tab, select "Open Masternode Configuration File"



Or in the folder with BeenodeCore (by default - c: \ Users \ user_name \ AppData \ Roaming \ BeenodeCore), and open the file masternode.conf (for example, using Notepad)



In this file we make an entry



gm1 - the serial number of your MasterNode

(If you run multiple Masternode, the following may be gm2, gm3, etc.) - external ip-address of your computer on which you run MasterNode

vwiDA9kVMs_________________________NXpqAzWhee8Htk - This is the private key obtained in Step 3.

1b04312981998________________________________10ff5889e7d4852b - This is the transaction ID obtained in Step 2.

0 - is the exit index that we learned above in this step


Save the file and close the wallet.


Step 5. Check the connection and launch MasterNode


Run the wallet


In the "Transactions" section, opposite the transaction to which you sent 1000 BNODE in Step 2, we point to the icon.



Waiting for 15 confirmations.

Please note that the checkmark icon in the wallet transactions appears with 6 confirmations, but you need to wait for 15 confirmations to successfully launch Masternode.


Also, there was another tab - “Masternodes”

On the tab “My masternodes” press the button “Start all”



The message "successfully started 1 masternodes" should appear. This means that everything is fine - the launch was successful.




As soon as the transaction in which we sent 1000 BNODE to the zero wallet is confirmed - in the "Transactions" section opposite this transaction the clock icon will change to the "Tick" icon, launched by MasterNode will start to mine BNODE coins, and in the transactions you will see the number of mined coins.



If in the received message the status being started by masternode is "result": "failed", then an error occurred when starting Masternode.

Go through all the steps and launch Masternode.


About an hour after launching Masternode, the status should change to ENABLED.


If "status": "MISSING", then the node has crashed and you need to check the Masternode settings, and also check if all the conditions for starting Masternode are met (external ip-address, open port 4244).


All the best.