catapult-server

Catapult server

nemtech/catapult-server
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current-versionCurrent version v0.10.0.4
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dateFirst release 2020-01-23
dateLatest release 2020-12-15
updateLast update 2020-12-22

catapult-server

Symbol-based networks rely on nodes to provide a trustless, high-performance, and secure blockchain platform.

These nodes are deployed using NEM distributed ledger that has been running since 2015.

Learn more about the protocol by reading the developer documentation.

Package Organization

catapult-server code is organized as follows:

Folder name Description
/extensions Modules that add features to the bare catapult-server. These capabilities are all optional because none of them impact consensus.
/external External dependencies that are built with the server.
/plugins Modules that introduce new and different ways to alter the chain's state via transactions.
/resources Default properties. These can be configured per network and node.
/scripts Utility scripts for developers.
/sdk Reusable code used by tests and tools.
/seed Nemesis blocks used in tests.
/src Symbol's core engine.
/tests Collection of tests.
/tools Tools to deploy and monitor networks and nodes.

Building the Image

To compile catapult-server source code, follow the developer notes.

Running catapult-server

catapult-server executable can be used either to run different types of nodes or to launch new networks. This section contains the instructions on how to run the catapult-server for various purposes.

Test Network Node

Developers can deploy test net nodes to experiment with the offered transaction set in a live network without the loss of valuable assets.

To run a test net node, follow this guide.

Main Network Node

At the time of writing, the main public network has not been launched. Follow the latest updates about the public launch on the Forum.

Private Test Network

With Symbol, businesses can launch and extend private networks by developing custom plugins and extensions at the protocol level. The package Service Bootstrap contains the necessary setup scripts to deploy a network for testing and development purposes with just one command.

To run a private test net, follow this guide.

Private Network

Instructions on how to launch a secure and production-ready private chain will be released here.

Contributing

Before contributing please read this.

Getting Help

License

Copyright (c) 2018 Jaguar0625, gimre, BloodyRookie, Tech Bureau, Corp Licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License v3