Different ways of using multichain runtime parameters

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What are the different ways of using runtime parameters for multichain? I know that we can use the parameter as an option with the mulltichaind command. Is there any other way?

Mar 1 in Blockchain by Anu
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There are two more ways of using runtime parameters:

> As extra lines in the local node’s blockchain configuration file 

Ex: hideknownopdrops=1 in ~/.multichain/chain1/multichain.conf

> As extra lines in the global blockchain configuration file:

hideknownopdrops=1 in ~/.multichain/multichain.conf

answered Mar 1 by Omkar
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