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  1. Step 1: Remote Wallet  - VPS Ubuntu 16 strongly recommended
    (execute in your terminal this commands one by one from your home directory, as usual this is /root)
    Note: This guide suppose you login as 'root' user and your home directory is /root, otherwise in below commands please replace 'root' with the full path to your home directory.
     
    sudo apt-get update -y 
    sudo apt-get install libdb5.3++  
    sudo apt-get install libboost-all-dev -y  

    sudo apt-get install dh-autoreconf build-essential libtool autotools-dev autoconf automake libssl-dev libboost-all-dev libevent-dev bsdmainutils libminiupnpc-dev libprotobuf-dev protobuf-compiler libqrencode-dev software-properties-common libgmp3-dev git nano -y  
    (Note: this is one command line, not few lines) 

    sudo add-apt-repository ppa:bitcoin/bitcoin -y  
    sudo apt-get update  
    sudo apt-get install libdb4.8-dev libdb4.8++-dev -y
  2. Step 2: 
    You have two options – either to compile daemon yourself or to download precompiled daemon. It’s up to your preference.

    2.a To use precompiled daemon (recommended) do:
    wget https://github.com/highlandpay/highlandcoin/raw/master/releases/download/1.0.0.2/highlandd
    chmod +x ./highlandd

    2.b To compile daemon yourself (on some servers may pop up an error due to an inappropriate version of OpenSSL)
    git clone https://github.com/highlandpay/highlandcoin
    cd highlandcoin
    chmod +x ./compile-daemon.sh
    ./compile-daemon.sh
    cd ../
    mv highlandcoin/src/highlandd ./highlandd
    (your compiled daemon file highlandd moves from folder /root/highlandcoin/src to /root)
  3. Step 3:
    Local Wallet Side
    Send exactly 80,000 HLD to a NEWLY created address. (1 INPUT, NO FEES)
    Most efficient method to do all neccesary operations is to start 4 commands in your wallet 'help->debug window' as follows:

    ===1st command ===
    getnewaddress MN1
    --1st output: (example, you use that one from your debug window) HiYPxX2HCs9Rd6Kuw1XnE8Uxm3DhZxiAF4

    ===2nd command ===
    sendtoaddress HiYPxX2HCs9Rd6Kuw1XnE8Uxm3DhZxiAF4 80000
                                                                                    (here you use address from  your 1st output)
    ---2nd output: (example, you use later one taken from your debug window) 9bdcbdea03169a63853c622b7ad49b0aad5b073c85d3d566e4318d9da7d3864e

    --------------------------------------------------------------------
                            Wait until at least 10 confirmations have passed!
    --------------------------------------------------------------------

    ===3rd command (after 10 confirmations) ===
    masternode genkey
    --3rd output: (example, you take this from your debug window)
    6CFWsdne7qr7exQr8Nrn6ReWHGnhXQwiGadpS8S2EVdaKvusMdL

    ===4th command ===
    masternode outputs
    --4th output: (example)
    {
    "9bdcbdea03169a63853c622b7ad49b0aad5b073c85d3d566e4318d9da7d3864e" : "0"
    }
    1st value is TxHash, the same as 2nd output, so here important is single digit after : , called vout. It can be "0" or "1".
    Copy and save all outputs somewhere.
  4. STEP 4: - Get back on the VPS

    From your home directory (as usual /root) execute:

    ./highlandd -daemon

    (You can check if file highlandd is in current directory by typing 'ls -l' , it'll put out the list of files) 

    This will start the service only for a second and create the initial data directory (~/.Highland/). It will request you to create a rpc user and password.
    (After this you can press enter, or type in 'Ctrl+C' or 'killall highlandd' if it seems that program is still running. If that doesn't help, enter 'reboot' end connect to vps  again on your ssh). Then:

    nano /root/.Highland/Highland.conf

    Enter this wallet configuration data and insert following lines (you may change rpcpassword, but it must differ from rpcuser):

    rpcuser=Highlandrpc
    rpcpassword=HdbTngZWc5DSbTQcRwSz9kYnLoWsMVX9CtK
    listen=1
    server=1
    daemon=1
    maxconnections=250
    masternode=1
    externalip=1.2.3.4:46561
    masternodeaddr=1.2.3.4:46561
    masternodeprivkey=6CFWsdne7qr7exQr8Nrn6ReWHGnhXQwiGadpS8S2EVdaKvusMdL

    Value of the masternodeprivkey is your 3rd debug window output (masternode genkey). 1.2.3.4:46561 you need substitute with your real vps IP (YOUR_VPS_REAL_IP_ADDRESS:46561).
    Save Highland.conf file: Ctrl+o    ->   Enter   ->   Ctrl+x 
    (OR: Ctrl+X and when asked whether you want to save the changes, confirm with Y)

    Now start daemon again, enter in your home directory (/root):
    ./highlandd -daemon
    It will stay running in the background. To make sure everything's right, type
    ./highlandd getinfo
    You are to see number of connections, blocks, vps IP and other info.
    To make your MN automatically start on reboot do next:
    crontab -e
    insert this line:
    @reboot sleep 10; /root/highlandd -daemon
    then press consequentially ^O -> Enter -> ^X
    (if you login with another user name, replace '/root' with full path to your home directory)
  5. STEP 5:
    Go back to the local wallet. Go to the Masternodes tab .
    Click Create button and fill the details:
    Alias: [Type here 'MN1' - the name of your masternode, that you entered on Step 3 in the 1st command (getnewaddress MN1 )]
    Address: [VPS_IP_ADDRESS:46561] PrivKey:[MASTERNODE_PRIVATE_KEY created in Step 3, 3rd debug window output] TxHash:[txid from Step 3, 2nd output]  
    Output Index: [vout from Step 3, 4th output]
    Reward Address: [Leave empty]  
    Rewards %: [Leave empty] 
    Click OK to add the masternode.  
    Click Update.
    Restart your wallet.
    Click Start All. 
    Wait for the masternode to mature and you will get nice rewards soon!
    Done!
    (First masternode reward may take a while, up to 24 hours depending on overall network masternodes number and other features.)