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I would like have a step by step process to get block production started with a parachain on Rococo testnet.

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First make sure you test locally:

When you're ready for testing on Rococo testnet, you can follow this guide:

Once a Parity team member with sudo has uploaded your wasm and genesis state to the Rococo relay chain via the subport issue you filled out, you will have a temporary slot and can then run your collator and start producing blocks.

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  • In docs for Relay Chain Locally, we are having a rococo_local_relay_chain_spec.json, when we are having a parathread upgraded to parachain, what is process of step by step i would like to know eg:- how to start a relay chain for my parachain?(how to configure .json file)
    – Mojo
    Aug 9, 2022 at 4:02
  • The commands are the same as in the tutorial, just make sure you use the Rococo chain spec: github.com/paritytech/polkadot/blob/master/node/service/… and modify your parachain's chain spec for production. You can look at other parachain team's chain spec for examples.
    – Bruno
    Aug 9, 2022 at 15:52
  • Iam having a confusion on after getting a parachain approved by polkadot team What should i exactly need to do "to start produce blocks, add pallets to my parachain" How should i should set up the chain spec file on relaychain template? Should we need to generate new trusted nodes for my parachain? How should i able to see that blocks are generating on polkadot apps UI website? Pls help me with relevant steps Thank You.
    – Mojo
    Aug 15, 2022 at 11:10

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