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# Name Answered Block Address HTTP P2P Version Agent Name Location
Block No. Who Action Data
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  • — Producing right now (can be combined with some other statuses)
  • — No response from public API endpoint (while it does not necessarily mean that producer's node is down)
  • — Other version. Version information is obtained from querying public nodes. Block producing nodes are usually hidden. There may be legitimate reasons for "off version" public nodes, like sidestepping a known bug, but these are rare
  • — Unsynced. This does NOT necessarily mean there's a fork or a difference in consensus. It could be that the node is resynchronizing and will soon be synced again
  • — Disabled. Checking stopped as the node was red for more than 12 hours. Please check your node and register again with the same name and pin to enable it again
  • — Wrong Chain. You connected a node with a different chain ID than in Jungles

Note 1: Many BPs use some load balancer with many nodes behind it. For this reason, even subsequent queries sometimes return different information.

Note 2: We pull the list of node producers from `cleos system list producers`. We do this every several seconds.

  • BP — Block Producer
  • TPS — Transactions per second
  • APS — Actions in transactions per second
  • eTPS — Expired transactions per second. All-time high: 16,922 eTPS
  • EVM — Ethereum Virtual Machine
  • P2P — Peer-to-peer
  • API — Application Programming Interface

FAQ and Tips


Yes, there is Hyperion History API maintained by Jungle BPs. You can find some by the following URLs:

You can find Snapshots/Backups for EOS Testnet Jungle at the following link:

🗄 https://backup.cryptolions.io/Jungle/

🗄 https://snapshots.eosusa.io/snapshots/jungletestnet/

To start a fresh node for the first time, you can run nodeos with the following parameters:

./start.sh --delete-all-blocks --genesis-json genesis.json

(run this command in the <NODE> folder)

Make sure you have the following setting in the config:

chain-state-db-size-mb = 16384

(Do NOT set this value higher than your available RAM)

To disable extra validations for nodes without a domain, add the following:

http-validate-host = false

To change limits for your system, add the following in your start.sh:

ulimit -n 65535 ulimit -s 64000

You can create a native Jungle (EOS Testnet) account using the following options:

Option 1:

./cleos.sh system newaccount --stake-net "10.0000 EOS" --stake-cpu "10.0000 EOS" --buy-ram-kbytes 4 <your.account> <new.account> <owner_pub_key> <active_pub_key>

Option 2:

cleos push action eosio.faucet create '[<your.account>, "<owner_pub_key>"]' -p eosio.faucet

To power up your native Jungle account with command line, you can use the following command:

./cleos.sh push action eosio powerup '{"payer": "<your.account>", "<receiver account>":"'$acc'", "days":1, "net_frac":20000000000, "cpu_frac":80000000000, "max_payment":"50.0000 EOS"}' -p <your account>

To get native Jungle EOS tokens use command:

cleos push action eosio.faucet send '["myaccount"]' -p eosio.faucet

To get EVM Jungle EOS tokens use command:

cleos push action eosio.faucet send '["0xaa2F34E41B397aD905e2f48059338522D05CA534"]' -p eosio.faucet

To send EOS with command line, use the following command:

./cleos.sh transfer <your_account> <receiver account> "1.0000 EOS" "Text of the memo (optional)"

To get the balance of test tokens with the command line, use the following command:

./cleos.sh get currency balance eosio.token <account name>

To show Jungle 4 live data using Pinax Firehose & Substreams, use the following run command:

substreams run -e jungle4.substreams.pinax.network:443 https://github.com/pinax-network/substreams/releases/download/common-v0.6.0/common-v0.6.0.spkg kv_out -s -1

Read more info about Substreams and Pinax Firehose . For additional information, feel free to contact a Pinax representative in the Jungle Telegram group.

To create a Jungle Testnet account directly from the Anchor mobile app enable testnets in the app settings, then choose Jungle 4 as the network when creating a new account.

For developers who prefer command line tools, the @wharfkit/cli offers a convenient way to create Jungle accounts. Install the package and run the following command:

npx @wharfkit/cli account

This command will generate a key pair locally, submit it to Jungle's account creation services, and output the details of your new account on the command line.

For detailed instructions, refer to the @wharfkit/cli documentation: Wharfkit CLI Account Creation Documentation

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With this tool you can power up any «native» account on Jungle Testnet without requiring authorization on the recipient's side. Limit: 1 tx per account every 6 hours.

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