A couple of weeks ago I stabilized my Rock64 device to run a full Iota node. One of my followers on the project was TL Lim, co-founder of Pine64, the developers of Rock64. He was very excited about the project and helped me out with the final stability issues. …


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It’s finally there, one website where you can order your own pre-installed Full Iota Node Device! Visit https://www.rock64Iota.com

History lessons

These last months have been a roller coaster. I’ve been working 40 hours a week, but next to that I have been trying to figure out how to get a stable Rock64…


About a week ago I received the eMMC module from TL Lim, Co-founder of Pine64. I was very eager to try it out. It should hopefully solve the freezing of the Rock64 I experience.

An eMMC module for Rock64

For the people that havn’t read my previous stories, I had lots of stability issues trying…


About a month ago I got the full IRI node running on the Rock64. Lots of people asked me to post statistics of the current node.

But the truth is that I still struggle to make it run stable. As I already told in my previous story, I had no…


It was October 2017 when I first heard of the possibility to run a full node to support the IOTA network. I was intrigued by the concept of the Tangle, and wanted to contribute to the network myself by running a full node. But I did not feel much for…


Driven by my curiousity, I was wondering if it would be possible to run a full IOTA node on a rasberry pi. After some research I found out that a full node needs at least 4GB of ram, so I concluded that this wouldn’t be the best thing to do.

Ron Kamphuis

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