Feathercoin daemon and wallet production version 0.16.3
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Feathercoin Node


  • Moderators | Tip wrapper

    A businessman has come to me to ask advice, he is looking at multi-coin payments. It includes novel aspects so he has shown an investment.

    He has asked about a feathercoin node, it would be good have FTC for testing (at lower fee rates).

    It seems there is a business case to have low cost node.

    What is the situation on FTC for an arm build of feathercoind and feathercoin-cli for ARM? and could we produce a PI image?

    What is the minimum spec of a node?


  • Moderators | Tip Wellenreiter

    should be possible, Mr Wrym made a pi version for .8 and on travis I’ve seen that @cookieboy had a successful build on arm.

    I’d go for a pi version myself, as I want to have a permanent node running, but have no sufficient compiler at hand


  • Regular Member | Tip Cookieboy

    I did get an ARM version running. I can dust off the builder that I used to get it running. It actually wan’t too difficult, just took a few hours to compile if I remember.


  • Moderators | Tip Wellenreiter

    @Cookieboy said in Feathercoin Node:

    I did get an ARM version running. I can dust off the builder that I used to get it running. It actually wan’t too difficult, just took a few hours to compile if I remember.

    Well, the compile time is related to the arm structure of the pi, which is emulated in Travis.

    If I remember right , @uncle_muddy compiled on a hardware Pi and it took more than a day to compile…

    Can’t you just configure the Travis containers to keep the compiled binaries and feed the code to Travis again? I’ve seen somewhere, that it is possible to keep the created files in Travis