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Once you have the files go to the downloads directory and extract the compressed files you downloaded. I extracted mine with ARK. Use whatever you use for extracting compressed files.
Once the files are extracted. Drag and drop the smartcash-1.1.1 folder into your home directory.
Open the smartcash-1.1.1 folder and create a new folder inside it called smartcash
Open up the bin folder now, and cut smartcash-qt and paste it into the new smartcash folder that you just made.
We now have to make the smartcash-qt file executable. Open your terminal program amd cd to:
Once you’re inside the smartcash directory we need to make the smartcash-qt file executable. Type ls to make sure the file is there and that you’re in the proper directory. Once you verifie the smartcash-qt file is there type:
chmod +x smartcash-qt
The file is now executable. Next we want to open the program. Make sure you’re still in the smartcash folder and type:
This will open the smartcash wallet.
Whenever you need to open the wallet you need to go to the smartcash folder and open it using the above command. ./smartcash-qt
If you’ve done everything correct the wallet should open and ask you to select the data directory. I selected the default directory.
Once you select the data directory the program will open the wallet and begin to start downloading the blockchain. The size of the SmartCash blockchain is very large and depending on your internet connection could take several days. To fix this we’re going to click on “FILE” and “Exit” in the upper left hand corner of the wallet.
YOU ALWAYS WANT TO CLOSE THE PROGRAM LIKE THIS. DO NOT JUST CLOSE THE WINDOW USING THE X IN THE RIGHT HAND CORNER. IF THE PROGRAM IS NOT SHUTDOWN PROPERLY YOU COULD CORRUPT YOUR DATABASE FILE
Once we’ve closed the program we want to return to our downloads folder and uncompress the txindexstrap.zip file. Once the file is extracted we need to return to the file manager, in Dolphin you click control and check “show hidden files” to see all the hidden files on your computer. You are looking for the .smartcash folder.
Once you open the .smartcash folder you want to delete both the “blocks” and “chainstate” folders. Once those two folder are deleted. Return to the downloads folder or wherever you extracted the txindexstrap.zip file. Open up the extracted folder and cut the “blocks” and “chainstate” folders and paste them into the .smartcash folder.
OK we’re almost finished. Now create a text file inside the .smartcash folder and name it smartcash.conf
Inside smartcash.conf you will write one line of code.
Save the .conf file This basically helps the wallet to organize the blockchain data
Now from terminal return to ~/smartcash-1.1.1/smartcash
Once you are in the proper directory type:
And your wallet will open and begin to sync the new blockchain. It took about 8 hours on my computer. If you were to do this without the bootstrap file, it would probably take several days depending on the speed of your computer and internet connection.
Once the blockchain syncs you should have a working SmartCash wallet. At this point it is highly recommend that you back up your wallet. Simply go to “file” then “Backup Wallet” Save the backup file on a usb stick. I try to keep a couple different backups on different computers and usb sticks.
In the event you ever need your backup, simply go to the hidden folder .smartcash and replace wallet.dat with your backup file and all should be right again in your world.
I would suggest making backups after each use or at the very least weekly or monthly.
Hope you found this tutorial helpful. Thanks for reading and watching the video. Happy trading!
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