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The Ripple Data team will be running load balancing tests on
Ripple Data API starting Wednesday, 2017-01-18, at 2pm PST, which will
last approximately 15 minutes. The Ripple Data API is an open and free
resource that provides access to information about changes in the Ripple
Consensus Ledger, including transaction history and processed
If you operate software or services that rely on the Ripple
Data API, then we recommend that you alert end users with the relevant
information provided in this post.
Impact of Tests
If you operate software or services that rely on the Ripple Data API,
then you may experience a brief outage and / or inconsistent data,
including transaction history and processed analytical data, for a
period of approximately 15 mins.
For more information regarding the Ripple Data API, please see Ripple Data API Documentation.
Learn, ask questions, and discuss
Related documentation is available in the Ripple Developer Portal, including detailed example API calls and web tools for API testing.
The Ripple Forum
The Ripple Dev Blog
Ripple Technical Services: [email protected]
State of the Layer: All Hands – Jan -17 2017
Lightning network exploration / output-based conversions
Updates for Litecoin Omni port
Improving external communications
DEx tutorial / volume and automation
Core.ID discussion / protocol needs
Report on transaction volumes
Tracking usage and relevant stats on omniexplorer
Adding Dex transactions to Coinmarketcap
Continuing to look into multisig/hardware wallets support
Follow-up Interview w/ Coininterview
Business development re: multisig wallet sponsorship
Getting organized to push OmniArb prototype live.
Spec work to prepare for futures crowdsale
Work organizing the sales back-end for BOND and other products
Initial treatment for Registered Addresses/Stocks on blockchain
Ported Omni Core to 0.13.2:
Used non-segwit serialization for OmniJ:
Started to look into building Omni Core via Gitian to resolve issue with icons and installer:
Working on API performance improvements & scalability
Fixed outage caused by API threading
Continuing work on port
Lots of increased interest, requests for guidance (we need to improve introductory documentation)
Ongoing Communication with project
Nav Coin offers an Android Wallet. The wallet can be downloaded from the Play Store right here!
Setting up your Android Wallet is easy and fast. The Android Wallet does not require you to download the Blockchain on your phone.
You will not be able to stake your coins since you are not running a full node wallet. To run a full node wallet go to this guide.
A mobile wallet for iOS is being developed and we hope to offer this as soon as possible to all Apple users.
1. Download the Android Wallet from the Play store.
2. Create a new wallet
3. Save your recovery phrase on a safe place
4. Set a strong password to protect your wallet
5. Select the Nav Coin Wallet option
6. Your wallet is ready for using!
7. Your wallet address can be found in the receive tab.
You now have a fully working Nav Coin Android Wallet that you can use to send and receive Nav Coin.
are proud to announce that Ledger Wallet now officially supports
Stratis. We are number 8 to join the impressive list of cryptocurrencies
that Ledger Wallet supports: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Fido U2F, Dogecoin, Zcash, Dash and last but not least Stratis! With
the support of Stratis from Ledger Wallet another huge milestone became
reality. Just by looking at the other coins that are supported by
Ledger Wallet you can imagine what a big achievement this is for all
of us. You can use the Ledger Wallet with our new Electrum Stratis Wallet.
With the new wallet and the support of the Ledger Wallet you have the
possibility to add an extra security layer for your STRAT.
With the Ledger Wallet secrets like private keys are never exposed.
Transactions can’t get tampered with, they are physically verified on
the embedded screen with a simple press on a button. Needless to say you
can keep your STRAT more secure then ever before. Stratis is available
on the Ledger Nano S. Stratis will also be available on the Ledger Blue,
however at the moment the Ledger Blue is only available for pre-order.
Ledger Nano S
is a Bitcoin, Ethereum and Altcoins hardware wallet, based on robust
safety features for storing cryptographic assets and securing digital
payments. It connects to any computer (USB) and embeds a secure OLED
display to double-check and confirm each transaction with a single tap
on its side buttons.
is the most advanced hardware security gear on the market. It boasts
multi application execution, and packs enterprise-level
crypto-capabilities into a lightweight handheld device designed and
crafted in France. It is architected around a Secure Element, featuring a
touchscreen and USB & Bluetooth* connectivity.
To celebrate we are giving you the exclusive opportunity to buy a
limited edition Stratis Genesis Edition Nano S. We have a limited supply
of Stratis Genesis Edition Nano S. You can order one
per person right away after this blog post is released. You can order a
Stratis Genesis Edition by sending a direct message on Slack
to Krushang . Only long-term Stratis supporters apply. Only 15 will be
sold. So be quick if you don’t want to miss out on this unique
By purchasing the Limited Genesis Edition you receive the following:
Stratis Genesis Edition Nano SUSB CableInstructions and recovery sheet
For more information about Ledger Wallet we recommend you to take a look at their
website. Complementing the instructions you receive with the purchase
of a Stratis Genesis Edition it’s worth it to take a look at the
And last but not least we want to remind you on the following things:
If you aren’t a member of our community on Slack we hereby invite you to joinlatest version (v22.214.171.124). This update prevents older clients from connecting to the network.If you still have unclaimed Stratis coins, now is the time to claim them.
For now keep your STRAT safe, the future is bright for all of us!
If your wallet is encrypted, fully unlock the wallet (not just for 'staking only').Click "Advanced", then click "Voting" to launch the voting menu.Right-click on "Have you tried trading GRC on BitShares?"Click "vote".You have as options: Yes (on OpenLedger; BTSBOTS; BTSABC; FreedomLedger; TheDEX; GRCs custom web wallet; Bitshares light wallet), No
(I've not heard of Bitshares; I don't like Bitshares; the liquidity is
insufficient; I'm put off by the fees; I prefer centralized exchanges; I
prefer bitsquare; I don't trust it), Other or Abstain
Linux users (QT Wallet/daemon):
Fully unlock your wallet.Navigate to the Debug Console (Help - Debug Window - Console (tab) )You have as options: Yes (on OpenLedger; BTSBOTS; BTSABC; FreedomLedger; TheDEX; GRCs custom web wallet; Bitshares light wallet), No
(I've not heard of Bitshares; I don't like Bitshares; the liquidity is
insufficient; I'm put off by the fees; I prefer centralized exchanges; I
prefer bitsquare; I don't trust it), Other or AbstainEnter one of the following commands:e.g. vote with "Yes, on OpenLedger" like this: execute vote casual_poll_:_have_you_tried_trading_grc_on_bitshares? Yes_on_OpenLedgere.g. vote with "Other" like this: execute vote casual_poll_:_have_you_tried_trading_grc_on_bitshares? Othere.g. vote with "No, I've not heard of Bitshares" like this: execute vote casual_poll_:_have_you_tried_trading_grc_on_bitshares? No_Ive_not_heard_of_Bitshares
(A): Poll results on Gridcoin Research Corp are still calculated
by the old formula when magnitude and balance was 50%/50%. GridcoinStats
displays poll results by the new formula that was voted new ca. a month
This is a minor release that improves renter performance and
adds "defrag" behavior to the wallet. Previously, we have had issues
with the wallet accumulating too many small outputs and thus being
unable to fund large transactions. This isn't an issue for most users,
but it can affect high-volume wallets, notably exchanges. The new wallet
will regularly consolidate small outputs into one larger output.
Thanks to the new renter algorithm designed by @DavidVorick,
we are seeing upload/download speeds that saturate most residential
connections! This is a huge improvement over the previous algorithm.
However, memory usage may be substantially higher than before. We are
working to reduce memory usage in the next release without compromising
As before, you should be able to upgrade to v1.1.0 by running siac update. If something goes wrong, you can always update manually -- but please file a bug report or get in touch on our Slack.
Thanks as always to our contributors, users, and fans, and a special shout-out to @BitcoinErrorLog who submitted a PR to this release!
Despite the recent turbulence in the bitcoin market, INSANE keeps trading stable. Sporadic oscillations in the price range are giving short term traders good opportunities, though we continue to focus our work on a slow but constant grow in a medium/long term scenario.
PascalCoin miner is fully open source without proxy. Is a "all in one" that you can use to mine (GPU and CPU) using OpenCL drivers installed in your computer. Is partially based on Vorksholk optimized .cl file, but without some limitations: - You can use a miner name without length restrictions - Miner connects directly with PascalCoin wallet (without proxy) and uses Wallet miner name, adding the miner name specified when executed - Just try it... very easy to use
How to mine: - Execute Wallet and config Options menu: Set a "Miner name" and activate JSON-RPC Server miner port - Execute through command line "PascalCoinMiner.exe" adding params. Execute "PascalCoinMiner.exe -h" for help - Miner will connect with Wallet and get Wallet's miner name. Miner will also have a Miner name that will be added to Wallet miner name. - Resulting name will be: Wallet miner name + Miner name + auto padding (Auto padding are - chars to have an efficient length to mine) - Just wait
How to "Pool mine": (Example for pool operators) - This Miner allows to connect to a Pool server (using PascalCoin JSON-RPC miner protocol, similar to stratum) - Pool server will have a name, for example "poolserver" - Each client must use a "user name" provided by pool server that will be added to "poolserver" when mining. - When a miner founds a valid nOnce/Timestamp, will send those values to the server - Server will receive a JSON with "timestamp","nonce" and "payload", payload value will be "poolserver"+"user name"+"auto padding" - Pool Server will decode JSON, test if using "timestamp","nonce" and "payload" is correct, and then will obtain "user name" from "payload" to reward users
ETC Weekly Newsletter : Protocol Update Successful!by Carlo VETC Development Report
Hi everyone, thank you for checking out this week’s ETC newsletter!
This is the second newsletter of 2017 and ETC is off to a fantastic
start. On Friday January 13th at block 3,000,000 the ETC community moved
forward into the future with the protocol upgrade/hardfork dubbed
“DieHard”. The “DieHard” upgrade included the following protocol
I can’t thank the ETC development community enough for all the hard
work and countless hours they put in to make sure ETC is the most
stable, secure platform that it can possibly be. I’d also like to thank
the miners, exchanges, investors, traders and other community members
for committing themselves to some of the best teamwork I have ever seen.
The ETC community consists of countless countries, languages, cultures
and ideas but the communication and teamwork managed to transcend all of
those obstacles. This teamwork has helped thrust the ETC project into a
stronger position than I could have ever imagined 6 months ago. An
article by Aaron Van Wirdum covering the successful update was featured
in Bitcoin Magazinenasdaq.com.
The other stories featured in this newsletter are listed below:
Every Tuesday at 7:30pm EST we will be discussing what’s going on in
the ETC community and beyond. The previous show (1-03-17) featured
special guest “ProphetDaniel” who is a constant contributor from the ETC
development community. We had the pleasure of discussing ETC
development and blockchain in general. A link to the channel/show will
be posted below, if you have ideas or questions please let us know.
Thank you for subscribing to our latest updates and announcements!
ETC Monetary Policy Proposal by @snaproll is now officially out as ECIP-1017
“This ECIP proposes a solution to the Ethereum Classic Monetary
Policy to adjust, with finality, the current emission schedule
implementation of 14.0625ETC per block in perpetuity. The solution
proposed introduces a theoretical upper bound on the maximum absolute
number of ETC and introduces a method of degraded emission over time. In
addition, this ECIP describes the requirements associated with
maintaining this emission schedule through a potential change of the
network’s consensus algorithm, from its current Ethash based Proof of
Work to a possible POS or POW/POS hybrid model.” Please see the full
post from github and reddit at the links below.
Monetary policy discussions are still in progress on many platforms.
However, most of the conversation seems to be taking place on the
#monetary_policy channel on slack.
Please join us on Slack using the following link.
Igor aka Splix is looking for talented Rust and JS developers. Full
time, remote. Experienced developers, which can lead projects, make
architectural decisions and help other team members to do their job.
Self motivated and able to work in a distributed team on Open Source
software together with the community.
Reddit user “bitp” has brought it to the communities attention that
the “Ethereum Classic” Wikipedia link currently redirects to “Ethereum”.
ETC community member /u/FaceDeer was previously a Wikipedia editor and
has provided some insight on what should be done moving forward. One of
his recommendations is that we start the process by adding to the
Ethereum Classic section that is currently on the Ethereum Wikipedia
page. ETC can then be given its own page after volunteers have submitted
enough info. Please see his full post in the reddit thread linked
Twitter - 33bK followers.Reddit /r/EthereumClassic - 2,978 subscribers.Slack - 1,676 users.Telegram - 783 users.WeChat - 472 users.Miners - 876.08 Total GH/s
Top 5 miners by average hashrate from the previous 7 days.
EtherMine 187.64 GH/sNanoPool 154.21 GH/sF2Pool 68.14 GH/sMiningPoolHub 37.42 GH/sEpool 31.02 GH/s
**Important Announcement** Peerplays Crowdfund DateThe Peerplays team would like to announce the official crowdfund date.
The Peerplays crowdfund will begin on Sunday, February 26, 2017 at 15:00 UTC.
Details of the Peerplays crowdfund will be released in the coming weeks.
Please stay tuned to Beyond Bitcoin every Friday morning at 15:00 UTC for the latest Peerplays updates,
including live Q&A with Peerplays founders Jonathan Baha’i and Michael Maloney.