This ASCII art will display on the binary programs. You can use this generator to create your ASCII art. Depending on the ASCII art you choose to use, you may need to provide a different version for Windows.
Mixin determines how private transactions are. A high mixin on a new network can cause transactions to fail so it is suggested to allow zero mixin and to start off with reasonable limits and increase later.
const uint64_t MIN_TX_MIXIN_SIZE = 0;
const uint64_t MAX_TX_MIXIN_SIZE = 20;
const uint64_t MIN_TX_MIXIN_SIZE_V1 = 2;
const uint64_t MAX_TX_MIXIN_SIZE_V1 = 20;
const uint64_t MIN_TX_MIXIN_SIZE_V2 = 2;
const uint64_t MAX_TX_MIXIN_SIZE_V2 = 20;
const uint64_t MIN_TX_MIXIN_SIZE_V3 = 3;
const uint64_t MAX_TX_MIXIN_SIZE_V3 = 3;
/* The heights to activate the mixin limits at */
const uint32_t MIXIN_LIMITS_V1_HEIGHT = 200000;
const uint32_t MIXIN_LIMITS_V2_HEIGHT = 1000000;
const uint32_t MIXIN_LIMITS_V3_HEIGHT = 1200000;
Change Hashing Algorithm
If you want to be an ASIC mined coin, make this number very high (~300000-350000). If you don't want to be ASIC mined, set this number to 3. You can also change V5 and V6 for your coin.
If all went well, it will complete successfully, and you will find all your binaries in the ./build/src directory.
On the seed nodes that you listed in src/config/CryptoNoteConfig.h, launch your newly compiled daemons. It is suggested that you run the daemons inside of tmux to keep them running. Here's how to start the daemons inside a basic loop to relaunch the daemon if it fails.