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    Rahul Bishnoi
    @nanspro
    Screenshot from 2019-05-16 17-17-41.png
    Screenshot from 2019-05-16 17-17-44.png
    Eugene Aseev
    @easeev
    Let us look into it. Meanwhile I upgraded you to Business plan so that you can create more nodes.
    Rahul Bishnoi
    @nanspro
    Yup working now, thanks!!
    Will submit my work today only
    Eugene Aseev
    @easeev
    👌
    Rahul Bishnoi
    @nanspro
    Hey,
    I noticed that chainstack doesn't support rinkeby, kovan or any testnet currently on ethereum. So people have to use real ether to deploy it to mainnet
    So in my tutorial can I show how to do it locally and interact with contract through web3 or tfuffle console and then I'll mention what changes they have to do in case they want to deploy it to mainnet??
    Rahul Bishnoi
    @nanspro
    @easeev
    Eugene Aseev
    @easeev
    Hey @nanspro! Yes, of course. You can use either Ganache or local Geth connected to testnet.
    Rahul Bishnoi
    @nanspro
    Hey @easeev i have created a repository which contains the code and the README is the tutorial you are looking for, please review it so that i can update it accordingly :)
    Also i don't know where to put that readme, in chainstack/docs or somewhere else so if there is any need for pull request anywhere, let me know
    Eugene Aseev
    @easeev

    Hi @nanspro!

    Quick comment: the screenshot colors look a bit purple-ish. Could you correct it? Reference: https://docs.chainstack.com/guides/getting-started

    Also i don't know where to put that readme, in chainstack/docs or somewhere else so if there is any need for pull request anywhere, let me know

    Please create a PR in chainstack/docs repo. As per requirements, the tutorial should be "incorporated into the VuePress website under the Tutorials section which should come after Guides".

    Rahul Bishnoi
    @nanspro
    DONE!!
    Eugene Aseev
    @easeev
    @nanspro, could you please take a look at comments @zaidmo123 left in the PR?
    Thomas
    @ThomasRalee
    Hello everyone! Thomas (Junior Frontend Developer) here from Chainstack
    Rahul Bishnoi
    @nanspro
    @easeev will look into it
    Rahul Bishnoi
    @nanspro
    Hey @easeev, i thought the docs were supposed to be for developers to start with chainstack that's why i included only chainstack related diagrams but looks like this is supposed to help users understand truffle and contract testing etc too.
    So what do you think about adding diagrams showing status of truffle console, what happens on some important commands etc ?
    Also any other major thing that needs to be changed or is it good enough :smiley:
    Rahul Bishnoi
    @nanspro
    Any update guys? @easeev @zaidmo123
    Eugene Aseev
    @easeev

    Hi @nanspro,

    Sorry for the late reply :) It's been merged already but you're always welcome to add more details to the tutorial!

    Rahul Bishnoi
    @nanspro
    Hey @easeev could you deactivate my plan for chainstack. I used a credit card initially for a free month and i guess that is over now because yesterday i was charged $30.
    I have sent a mail to support@chainstack.com
    Eugene Aseev
    @easeev

    Hi @nanspro,

    Sure! Just replied to you over e-mail.

    Oleg Abrosimov
    @olegabr
    Ake Gaviar
    @akegaviar
    Hey Oleg, glad to have you here
    so basically if you add Chainstack as an option to your wordpress plugin(s), users will need to register with Chainstack to get their ethereum node creds (see https://docs.chainstack.com/platform/view-node-access-and-credentials) and put them in your plugin settings
    Oleg Abrosimov
    @olegabr
    Hi, let me check
    Ake Gaviar
    @akegaviar
    correct
    Oleg Abrosimov
    @olegabr
    Thank you, I'll try to do it myself and prepare a step-by-step guide and add a support in plugins.
    Ake Gaviar
    @akegaviar
    let me know if you need any help
    Oleg Abrosimov
    @olegabr
    screenshots for all items on these three pages would really help :-)
    Ake Gaviar
    @akegaviar
    no problem, will do those and send to you
    Oleg Abrosimov
    @olegabr
    Ake Gaviar
    @akegaviar
    You can now deploy full Bitcoin nodes with Chainstack
    https://chainstack.com/easy-access-to-bitcoin-network-with-chainstack/
    Blockymous
    @blockymous_twitter
    Hi there!
    How can I use the orchestration API? I want to create a consortium network and add nodes to it without using GUI dashboard. I saw the orchestration API, but couldn't find how to use it. Also it's not clear that I can start a network from scratch using the API.
    Eugene Aseev
    @easeev
    Hi @blockymous_twitter! Public version of orchestration API is under development and not available yet. We'd love to understand your scenario and requirements for the API. Do you mind to jump on a short call this week?
    Blockymous
    @blockymous_twitter
    @easeev Great! I'll DM you to discuss more about it.
    Blockymous
    @blockymous_twitter
    Hi!
    Can anybody explain why hosting costs are much higher for consortium networks in business plans? 0.5 / hr is too expensive for an AWS EC2 instance. I have no idea about the amount of RAM or vCPU used per node, but the cost is still huge even considering a powerful instance from AWS.
    Eugene Aseev
    @easeev
    Hey @blockymous_twitter! Let's take Hyperledger Fabric as an example. The cost includes not only peer node compute, but also cost of orderer and explorer shared between all participants of the network. What is also important, it considers multi-cloud traffic cost as you can run nodes in different clouds on the Business tier. There are also other costs included such as maintenance, upgrades, and monitoring.
    Blockymous
    @blockymous_twitter
    @easeev So it means that the large percent of the costs are not related to cloud infrastructure expenses? I thought that it would be directly paid to AWS, but it seems not to be true.
    Eugene Aseev
    @easeev
    The majority of cost is of course related to cloud infrastructure expenses but not all of it.
    Blockymous
    @blockymous_twitter
    Can you tell me which e.g. AWS instance you use for peer node deployment? IMO, t3.large would be enough with 8 GB of RAM and 2 vCPUs, which costs about 0.085 / hr.
    Eugene Aseev
    @easeev
    We use Kubernetes as underlying infrastructure, so there's no direct mapping between nodes and VM instances.
    Eugene Aseev
    @easeev
    image.png
    ^ for comparison, you can take a look at AWS Managed Blockchain service pricing where just the membership cost on a Standard tier is $0.55/hr