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Some suggestions... Relying on those publicly known/advertised nodes is probably a bad idea to start with. Lots of people use those as remote nodes for their wallets for example, so I'd expect the operators make sensible use of the limit-rate-... options. Which brings me to the next point, what limit settings are you using? You should set these according ...


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You are probably looking for bootstrap node monerod --help --bootstrap-daemon-address arg URL of a 'bootstrap' remote daemon that the connected wallets can use while this daemon is still not fully synced. Use 'auto' to enable ...


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Seeing as you have custody of the wallets, it would seem to make a whole lot more sense to track the funds via subaddresses in a single RPC wallet. Should you still want to dish out individual wallets, you can provide a means to move funds between the master RPC wallet and any other wallet at that time of need. However, I would question any service creating ...


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