2 nodes of one wallet



  • If I start stacking the same wallet on multiple computers (2-3-4 PCs), will the revenue increase? Because a larger number of nod network qtum it will be useful... Thanks



  • @mursergej No, but you will encounter some difficult problems with your wallet.dat files. The only relevant parameter for block rewards is mature coins staking from a wallet. The number of wallets staking or the number of addresses staking is irrelevant. But with multiple wallets staking the same address you are pretty much guaranteed some nasty problems with your wallet.dat file and balances, so good luck with that.



  • @jb395 said in 2 nodes of one wallet:

    No, but you will encounter some difficult problems with your wallet.dat files. The only relevant parameter for block rewards is mature coins staking from a wallet. The number of wallets staking or the number of addresses staking is irrelevant. But with multiple wallets staking the same address you are pretty much guaranteed some nasty problems with your wallet.dat file and balances, so good luck with that.

    What problems are you talking about?
    After all, to keep the same wallet on multiple PCs is not difficult. Accordingly, to enable stacking on 2 computers is also very simple? (I understand that the benefits it will bring), What is it can cause problems?



  • @mursergej , the wallet.dat files (which store the private keys) can get out of sync so that you will see a different balance on each wallet and not know which one is correct. Also the UTXOs selected for the stake can be different (there is some random selection involved), so you could have two different stake transactions propagating the network, which is not going to end well.



  • If what you're talking about is possible, it means that the qtum network is unreliable


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