Since we have been having "dust storms" I wrote a script for cleaning dust out of wallets. And, because some Legacy clients have been going off chain I wrote a script for comparing the local chain with the BlackcoinNL hosted explorer. After doing that I simply combined them all into a single script with the other scripts I use regularly.
I put symlinks into
blk (the script below). This simple shell script that improves my security (by not saving my password in a file or memory), and simplifies regular tasks.
alias blkc='blackmore-cli' in
.bashrc is useful as well.
Make sure you
chmod 700 $USER all-the-things (or
#!/bin/bash usage="Usage: blk [ info | stake | latest | dust | past24 ] \n \n info: Check basic info. \n stake: Enables staking; Passes password without storing it in memory. \n latest: Compares latest block with the BlackcoinNL hosted block explorer. \n dust: Prunes dust from wallet. Dust is defined as less than .0001BLK. Requires jq. \n past24: Shows staking numbers from the past 24hrs. \n" blkc='/usr/local/bin/blackmore-cli -datadir=/var/lib/.blackmore/' case $1 in info ) $blkc getwalletinfo | egrep "balance|staked_balance|txcount|unconfirmed_balance|immature_balance|total_balance"; $blkc getnetworkinfo | egrep "subversion|connections"; $blkc getinfo | egrep "blocks"; $blkc getblockchaininfo | egrep "best"; $blkc getstakinginfo | egrep "enabled|staking|netstakeweight|expectedtime"; ;; stake ) echo 'enter Blackcoin Password' read -s BLKPW $blkc walletpassphrase $BLKPW 99999999 true BLKPW=null ;; latest ) latest=$($blkc getblockcount) && \ blacksight=$(curl -s https://node.blackcoin.io/insight-api/block-index/$latest? | cut -d '"' -f4) && \ blackmore=$($blkc getblockhash $latest) && \ diff -sy --label Local <(echo $blackmore) --label Explorer <(echo $blacksight) ;; dust ) IFS=$'\n'; $blkc listtransactions "*" 99999 | jq -r '. | select(.category != "send") | select(.amount < .0001) | .txid' | uniq >txid.txt while read line; do echo $line $blkc removeprunedfunds $(echo $line) done < "txid.txt" ;; past24 ) latest=$($blkc getblockcount) since=$(expr $latest - 1350) hash=$($blkc getblockhash $since) past24=$($blkc listsinceblock $hash | jq -r '. | . | select(.confirmations > 0) | select(.amount = 0) .confirmations' 2> /dev/null | wc -l) total=$($blkc getwalletinfo | jq -r ' .total_balance | round') per10k=$(echo "scale=2; $past24/($total/10000)" | bc -l) echo $past24 stakes over the past 24hrs... "$per10k" per 10k BLK... ;; *) echo -e $usage ;; esac
jq is required for the dust pruning script, and can be found via your favorite package manager.
The script below is almost exactly the same as the
blk latest command above, but it's written with
blackcoind.exe for Windows, which is not in the user PATH.
I don't use Windows, but I'm told the easiest way to get bash on Windows is to install https://gitforwindows.org/
Then you can just copy paste this line (while in the directory with blackcoind.exe):
latest=$(./blackcoind.exe getblockcount) && \ blacksight=$(curl -s https://node.blackcoin.io/insight-api/block-index/$latest? | cut -d '"' -f4) && \ blackcoin=$(./blackcoind.exe getblockhash $latest) && \ diff -sy --label Local <(echo $blackcoin) --label Explorer <(echo $blacksight)
Mac dropped their old OS for Unix a while back, so the script at the top should work just fine for Blackcoin-More, and can be adjusted for Blackcoin-Legacy if needed.
jq does not come installed, so you need to pick that up:
- First, install the
brewpackage manager: (Link)
brew install jq
Install from: http://macappstore.org/jq/
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