After having downloaded blockauth, you will see that the ZIP file contains a
htdocs folder, from within which you should point the root of your domain. It is also in this folder (parent of htdocs) that you should add your configuration file (config.ini), which should contain the following:
[app] id = BCAUTH [salts] cookie = XXX address = YYY username = ZZZ [addresses] btc = 1GjHvbkCyYpy3uaNPvHsxe2EptH2RxEvMt dash = Xhp3RfQKVCsqju3VEcHuMwcMPNbLszEGJG doge = DJHXpkQGcRydRvocWaeUtZir6c2pXHkUn4 ltc = LbGtaXcsPDQpU6pA8k3sTDmCaG5qFUPAhP btct = miNyrRGBZkyVxw1RoKMLpEagCcftVQJD22 dasht = y67MSj12Wm9YJA4291VPpnC8pGS128tH4J doget = ncq5H5EdCwmGVtQtquk2TKyXDTNApoDpwq ltct = moyssLnSTs6EBWDoyRMaXkUKnDmLCSXBte
app.id is currently used for cookies.
Defining your own
salts allows you to control your own networks.
addresses are where the unspents get sent when storing credentials on the blockchain if a return address has not been specified by the user.
Please note that the full source code for this application is available via GitHub.
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