Although there is no reason to distrust the good folks at Pecunia, you need to be aware that you are storing your seed with a third party. To minimize any risk make sure that the node wallet does not contain any funds of it’s own and that everything is leased to the node.
Create a wallet on the Turtle Network:
Create an account on https://pecuniaplatform.io.
Deposit the cryptocurrency of choice on your account on Pecunia.
Go to Home on https://pecuniaplatform.io and search for TurtleNetwork.
Click on the line for TurtleNetwork below the search box, this will start the process of creating a TurtleNetwork node.
Select the Payment cycle (One month, three month or six month plan).
Enter a Wallet Password and the ENCODED SEED you saved from step 1.
Review your order and click Create, this will start the installation.
You can view the status of the installation of the TN node under Dashboard on the Pecunia platform.
Once installation is finished it will start synching the TN blockchain, this can take a while. In the meanwhile make sure you lease at least 1000 TN to the wallet you created in step 1 to be able to mine blocks.
That’s it, your Pecunia based TN node is up and running, now you need to people to start leasing to you to be able to find blocks quicker.
If you want to be able to access your node from the outside you need to enable Swagger. To do this you need to call on Pecunia support to enable some things for you, but first you need an API-key: