Horizon Platform Community [Tutorial] How Lease NHZ to Pool for forging (With Pictures)
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  • Micah Wallace

    27th September 2014 at 8:06 pm

    Hello everybody,

    With a little help from “Sun” Russian Guide I made up this one with pictures…

    So in this tutorial we will see step by step guide how to join a pool to start forging (Forging secures the blockchain and the “forger” get the transaction fees in reward).

    1- First of all you need to login to your NHZ Wallet.

    2- Click on “More Info” under your account balance (see pic below).

    3 – In the new screen, Click on “Account Leasing” (see pic below).

    4 – Press “Lease Your Balance” (see pic below).

    5.1 – Specify the address pool in the “Recipient”. (You can find pool address in this topic http://forum.nhzcrypto.org/index.php/topic,226.0.html)

    5.2 – Specify the Deadline (The total time you want to Forge)

    5.3 – Press “Lease Balance”.

    You will still be able to control your balance & send / receive coins. If you want to stop leasing period immediately, you need to send the coins into your other address.

    Hope this will help you out :)



    Horizon: 0.00 HZ
    28th September 2014 at 9:17 am

    NHZ / NXT: How to rent your balance for pooled forging



    Horizon: 55.50 HZ
    3rd November 2014 at 12:47 pm

    “20shekel, post: 3178, member: 373” wrote:
    5.2 – Specify the Deadline (The total time you want to Forge)

    This detail is wrong I think? I believe the “PERIOD” is the amount of blocks to forge for, (while the “DEADLINE” is how many hours to keep trying to get the leasing transaction picked up by the network, in case it fails to do so immediately).

    And I believe the maximum setting for PERIOD is 32767, which is about 40 days (at least it is this way in NXT)

    Otherwise, great post!


    Horizon: 431.50 HZ
    19th February 2015 at 12:23 am

    This should be Made as a Sticky Thread.

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