# Interacting with Komodo Chains
# Using komodo-cli
komodod daemon by calling it from the command line and including any desired runtime parameters.
When initiating any Smart Chain other than the main KMD chain, the user should always include all parameters that were used to create the Smart Chain.
Note to Windows Users: Replace ./komodod and ./komodo-cli with komodod.exe and komodo-cli.exe for each step.
To launch the main KMD chain, execute the following command in the directory where
komodod is installed.
After the daemon launches, you may interact with it using the
To launch another Smart Chain, include the necessary parameters.
Always execute the launch command EXACTLY as indicated, and as the Smart Chain's developers instruct. If you make a mistake, you must delete the Smart Chain data and re-launch to regain access to the Smart Chain's network.
For example, to launch the DEX Smart Chain, execute:
./komodod -ac_name=DEX -ac_supply=999999 -addnode=188.8.131.52 &
To interact with the DEX daemon, use
komodo-cli like so:
./komodo-cli -ac_name=DEX API_COMMAND
In the terminal you can call the Komodo documentation by executing:
To learn more via the terminal about a specific API command, execute:
./komodo-cli help API_COMMAND
# Using curl
To access a coin daemon remotely -- for example, via a
curl command in the shell -- the user will need to obtain the
rpcport from the
.conf file of the relevant coin daemon.
# Location of .conf File
Assuming the default installation location, the
.conf file can be found by exploring the following directories:
Within this directory there are also subdirectories containing all KMD-compatible
.conf files used on this node.
Contents of a KMD
rpcuser=myusername rpcpassword=myrpcpassword server=1 rpcport=7771 addnode=184.108.40.206 addnode=220.127.116.11 addnode=18.104.22.168 addnode=22.214.171.124 addnode=126.96.36.199 addnode=188.8.131.52 addnode=184.108.40.206