when moving the private key with the 2500 coins to the masternode's wallet you can start the masternode with follwing command:
Bitradiod masternode start
First command is to start Bitradio wallet at all, second command will start the masternode (need of the 2500 coins in the nodes wallet). When the wallet is encrypted you will need to unlock it first.
For all guys, who restart their hotwallet on their local pc and the masternode says its not shown in list/not running. Here is a simple instruction to check if the masternode ist running or not.
Bitradiod masternode status
This command shows you which status your masternode is atm... For me it says Status 0 when not running and status 9 when running. Also the "vin" shows me something like "vin" : "CTxIn(COutPoint([random Numbers and Letters, 1), scriptSig=)", instead of "vin" : "CTxIn(COutPoint(0000000000, 1), scriptSig=)", when not running.
hope this helps you other guys
Commands are just for Linux users (Ubuntu 16.04 LTS)
@Hui For masternode you need static IP adress. Mine is changing from time to time. Besides, it's more long-term investment and I need to have my BROs available for withdrawal and selling on exchange at all times.
It's happened to me that a transaction took 2 days (just waiting).
That's why I suspected it was the number of outputs.
When you make a default transaction, it always has 2 outputs (because of change money ), but when you use "coin control" (enabled in settings) only 1 output.
Now I know this can't be the reason because your two transactions are identical (1 input / 2 outputs).
So you can't avoid that bug. Only the devs know why the bug occurs, and they are silent.