If you, like me, don't want to have a Bitcoin Wallet with the not-so-small blockchain running on your workstation or laptop all the time - but then you have a Rpi hardly ever used and a NAS with plenty of room - this might be the solution you are looking
Installing p2pool on a Digitalocean droplet.
Assuming that a Litecoin node is already set up and synced or can be created from a snapshot, it's pretty straight forward to set up the p2pool and merged mining wallets.
cd ~ git clone https://github.com/forrestv/p2pool.git cd p2pool/litecoin_scrypt
Part 2: Setting up a node for Dogecoin and for merge mining:
Create a new Debian droplet at Digitalocean
Select smallest size droplet and remember to tick off for private network. 32-bit consumes less space and this is important as the blockchain is enormous.
Update the Linux distro
Part 1: Setting up an LTC node without a wallet:
Start up a new node at Digitalocean:
Important to select Private Networking as this can be helpful connecting additional high speed wallets later
Updating the Linux distro
apt-get update apt-get dist-upgrade
C++ compilers are memory-hungry. It is recommended to have
Apple refuses to create backdoor for FBI and kudos to them for that.
"For many years, we have used encryption to protect our customers’ personal data because we believe it’s the only way to keep their information safe. We have even put that data out of our own