cronostestnet_338-2before, you would have to clean up the old blockchain data and start over again, it can be done by running:
monikerwill be the displayed id of your node when connected to the Cronos network. When providing the moniker value, make sure you drop the square brackets since they are not needed. The example below shows how to initialize a node named
genesis.json. You should see
OK!if the sha256sum checksum matches.
~/.cronos/config/app.toml, update minimum gas price to avoid transaction spamming
~/.cronos/config/config.toml, validator nodes need to modify the configurations of
timeout_commit. For non-validator full nodes, only
persistent_peersmodification is required:
cronosdhas been configured, we are ready to start the node and sync the blockchain data.
false, It means that your node is fully synced; otherwise, it returns
trueand implies your node is still catching up.