• 1,000 XUEZ
  • Main Computer with XUEZ wallet installed
  • Masternode Server (Suggested VPS Provider)
  • Unique IP address for each Masternode
  1. Download, install and sync your Xuez wallet.

-Download link for all Operating systems:

  1. Using your main wallet, enter the debug console and type the following command: masternode genkey – Please save this on a Notepad
  2. Using your main wallet, enter the debug console and type the following command: “getaccountaddress INSERT_MASTERNODE_NAME” – Please save this on a Notepad
  3. Send 1,000 XUEZ to the address from Step 3 above.
  4. Using your main wallet, wait for 15 confirmations, and then enter the debug console and type the following command: masternode outputs – Please save this on a Notepad.
  5. Locate your “masternode.conf” and add the following line:
    Note: Substitute it with your own values
    Example:MN1 892WPpkqbr7sr6Si4fdsfssjjapuFzAXwETCrpPJubnrmU6aKzh c8f4965ea57a68d0e6dd384324dfd28cfbe0c801015b973e7331db8ce018716999 1
  6. Locate your “xuez.conf” and replicate the following
    (Find it or use the edit the config file in the XUEZ-qt client under “Tools”):
    Save it, close and restart the wallet.
  7. Linux VPS Instructions-1. Download the XUEZ-linux-cli.tgz file from the Xuez Github – ************************link2. Download Putty and WinSCP Download XUEZ linux client on computer with host wallet Open putty and WinSCP and login to VPS Get to the root folder within WinSCP. Drag and transfer the linux tgz client to this folder Within putty use the following commands sudo tar xzvf xuez-linux-cli.tgz ./xuez-cli –daemon Note: It will be normal to receive an error about the RPC user and password at this stage.
  8. On the Masternode, Install and locate your xuez.conf then add the following:rpcuser= long_random_username
    rpcpassword= long_random_username
    masternodeprivkey=Result of Step 2
    Save and close.Note: The easiest way in my opinion is to adjust your xuez.conf file on your masternode using WinSCP. You will need to attempt to start the wallet once using ./xuezd -daemon to create a .conf file to be able to edit it within WinSCP. CTRL + ALT + H enables viewing of hidden directions within WinSCP.
  9. Installing a Firewall within putty using the following commands: – apt-get install ufw – ufw allow ssh/tcp – ufw limit ssh/tcp – ufw allow 41798/tcp – ufw logging on – ufw enable
  10. Firewall Pre-check – To ensure that your firewall is running correctly, use the following commands –
    “ufw status””reboot”Note: Make sure to restart your Masternode wallet after completing the reboot command.
  11. On your main wallet, ensure that it is unlocked and enter the following command onto your debug console. “startmasternode alias 0  <YOUR_MASTERNODE’S_NAME_HERE>”`
    If you have followed this correctly, your wallet will show this similar output:”`{ “overall” : “Successfully started 1 masternode, failed to start 0, total 1”, “detail” : { “status” : { “alias” : “mn1”, “result” : “successful” } }”`

Congratulations! You have successfully created your Masternode!