Front-End website for BLURT

Here’s how to setup a front-end website for BLURT blockchain. I have the following server specification for BLURT front-end.

  • Ubuntu 20.x
  • 2 vCPU
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 50 GB Hard disk

We need git to download the condenser. Here’s how to install git for Ubuntu operating system.

sudo apt update
sudo apt upgrade
sudo timedatectl set-timezone America/New_York
sudo apt-get install screen
sudo apt install git
git –version

Let’s download the open source condenser.

git clone
cd condenser
mkdir tmp

I’ve use the Installing Using NVM guide from this website. Just follow the steps.

curl -sL -o
source ~/.profile
nvm ls-remote
nvm install 14.7.0
nvm use 14.7.0
node -v

Let’s the fun begin.

Install Iptables so we can use redirect to port 80.
sudo apt-get install iptables

npm install -g yarn
yarn global add babel-cli
yarn install –frozen-lockfile or yarn install
yarn run build
yarn run production

Redirect port 8080 to 80, and set DNS to always on SSL (443)
sudo iptables -A PREROUTING -t nat -p tcp –dport 80 -j REDIRECT –to-ports 8080

edit /config/default.json add your entry for session secret, cookie, session key, and site domain.

“server_session_secret”: ” “,
“session_cookie_key”: ” “,
“session_key”: ” “,
“site_domain”: “”,

Point to your full node ex.
“upload_image”: “”,
“blurtd_connection_client”: “”,
“blurtd_connection_server”: “”,

Edit search.html for Google search code.

And test your website.
Production is website. Load balance service with multiple websites and multiple RPC nodes. No websites or nodes single point of failure.

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