This is for setting up a full node, a resource-intensive process that requires a persistent server. If you're just trying to use Terra blockchain without downloading the entire blockchain, you're probably looking for Terra Station.
# Hardware Requirements
We recommend the following for running Terra Core:
- 2 or more CPU cores
- At least 300GB of disk storage
- At least 2.5 - 5mbps network bandwidth
# Building Terra Core
# Step 1. Install Golang
Go v1.13.1 or higher is required for Terra Core.
If you haven't already, install Golang by following the official docs. Make sure that your
GOBIN environment variables are properly set up.
# Step 2: Get Terra Core source code
git to retrieve Terra Core from the official repo, and checkout the
master branch, which contains the latest stable release. That should install the
git clone https://github.com/terra-project/core/ cd core git checkout master
# Step 3: Build from source
You can now build Terra Core. Running the following command will install executables
terrad (Terra node daemon) and
terracli (CLI for interacting with the node) to your
# Step 4: Verify your installation
Verify that everything is OK. If you get something like the following, you've successfully installed Terra Core on your system.
terrad version --long terracli version --long name: terra server_name: terrad client_name: terracli version: 0.3.0-24-g3684f77 commit: 3684f77faadf6cf200d18e15763316d5d9c5a496 build_tags: netgo,ledger go: go version go1.13.4 darwin/amd64