HomeОбразованиеRelated VideosMore From: Matt Thomas

7 How to set up your own private Ethereum Blockchain browser

70 ratings | 6928 views
In this video I show you how to set up a browser for your own private Ethereum blockchain.
Html code for embedding videos on your blog
Text Comments (12)
Vertigo Studios (1 year ago)
I sync geth originally on port 8545. Stopped it then restarted on port 8000 with the command and localhost:8000 page won't load blockchain. I tested by searching for synced blocks and no output
Adit Bhargav (1 year ago)
Hi Matt, Loved your videos! Kudos and thanks so much for these. Can you please let me know how we can use Parity with Geth private test setup?
srivatsa kashyap (1 year ago)
Hi Matt, cod you please show how to connect to the node and perform transaction using Java code.
Seba L (1 year ago)
Hi Matt, thanks for the videos. Instead of manually adding the peers how about removing the "--nodiscover" from the command line to let the nodes discover each other? Hope it helps, Thanks
Ameen (1 year ago)
Hi, how does the creator of smart contract share the address of it with other nodes??
HI ! we are starting to Blockchain project for Video bloggers, can we collaborate? http://adhive.tv/ [email protected]
Lila Luke (1 year ago)
hello matt. nice videos. Thank you. I am a windows user an i have discovered that the npm server is using the "8545" port for the rpc connection to the gethnode by default and the "8000" port for listening of browserconnections. I couldnt start a geth node listening to ipcport "8000" because it was already occupied by the npm server. You can also connect solidity and the npm server to the same geth node. It can serve both without any problems. npm makes just querys.
Somaro Jamie (1 year ago)
love your videos. please add some description in your YouTube videos and that will help people discover your videos when YouTube searches for keywords related to Ethereum. I wish I found your videos earlier :)
Matt Thomas (1 year ago)
Thanks for the tip. I normally do this, forgot it on this one.
Robert Mng'anya (1 year ago)
Succinct explanation!
Mheni Merzouki (1 year ago)
hey, Matt. I love your videos you explain stuff really well, I'm doing some research on blockchain and trying to understand it and Ethereum I couldn't find any goo explanation of the proof of stake concept, I hope you consider explaining it in a future video. Thank you, and all the best. -Mheni
SurfVato4211 (1 year ago)
This video was very informative thank you for taking time too properly explain you have our thumbs up. -ETH TODAY

Would you like to comment?

Join YouTube for a free account, or sign in if you are already a member.