If you want to run you own premium code, you will need “to compile the share-rpc branch from moneromooo’s repo. NOTE – this converts your blockchain to V3, and you can’t use the current release software anymore. Conversion can take a while. If you run and offer your own premium node, bind to 18090 (or anything other than 18081 or 18089) – we don’t want the existing public remote node users encountering this system before they are ready,” according to the post on Reddit.
If users want to use a wallet to connect to a premium node, they will have to compile the very same branch and use the Monero-wallet-cli that they compile.
A Monerujo developer wrote that Google forbids mining apps and this means that the Monero team of developers will not be providing hashes.
“But adding the secret rpc key when connecting to a node is certainly doable. I will add it when I add the daemon management screen. And when this totally awesome functionally is on mainnet,” the Monerujo developer continued.
Monerujo app update
One of the most significant announcements regarding Monero was a recent Monerujo app update.
The open source mobile application which allows users to create and manage XMR wallets saw the 1.6.3 version of its protocol released a few days ago.
In this new update, Monerujo team announced that it introduced a few significant changes from the previous version. You can read more about this update here.
After the useful features that this latest update brought, users will be able to create a Monero wallet on desktop GUI 0.12.3 via a Ledger Nano S, and then they will also be able to use the Monerujo app (via a USB-OTG cable pot micro-to-micro/micro-to-USB-c cable) in order to connect and manage the wallets via phone.