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Groestlcoin June Development Update & Release!
Another Quarter, Another Release! The Groestlcoin production factory has been working overtime as always in order to deliver even more tech to push Groestlcoin mainstream when the time comes. There have been many new fantastic wallets and exchanges added to Groestlcoins repertoire over the past 3 months so we will re-cap these before moving on to what is new today.
Groestlcoin added to SatWallet – A 3-in-1 service. Multicurrency wallet, exchange and soon a debit card!
ChangeHero announced a week of 0% commission for Groestlcoin trades.
Added to BC Bitcoin cryptocurrency exchange, offering 8 fiat pairs!
Added to Chameleon Pay mobile wallet for Android and iOS!
Added to the Okex' strategic partners cryptocurrency exchange; CoinAll! Offering BTC and ETH pairs! With a 21,5000 GRS Giveaway!
Added to Spark Card! Our second MasterCard for Groestlcoin! Provided by Pungoio, powered by TarjetaSpark and issued by Mastercard!
Added to Swirlpay! A decentralised peer-to-peer payment gateway.
Added to Archos Safe-T Mini hardware wallet! Built around encrypted Chipset memory.
Added to Agama Wallet – A multi-asset encrypted wallet for iOS, Android, Windows, Mac OS and Linux from Komodo.
Added to Mr Coin exchange, with 2 fiat pairs (EUR and HUF)
Added to CryptoFacil Exchange – An exchange powered by Bittrex and is a fiat gateway. Leaving you with the ability to buy GRS with Visa and Mastercard.
Added to Bits Game – A gambling service with 2 'PvP' games
Added to Boost X Change Cryptocurrency exchange!
Added to Sucon's Suworld Korean cryptocurrency exchange!
Added to DCXinsta cryptocurrency exchange and swap service with Fiat pairings.
Added to DCXtrade, an Indian cryptocurrency exchange with BTC and ETH pairings.
Added a fiat KRW pairing on Huobi Korea Cryptocurrency Exchange!
Added to AirGap wallet, allowing you to securely store your GRS on an offline device.
Added as a payment method on hodlhodl, allowing you to make global trades without KYC/AML.
Added to TrustWallet cryptocurrency wallet for iOS and Android
The existing Magnum wallet adds SegWit support for the wallet! Allowing SegWit addresses to be used and created from within the wallet.
Added to CycleBit – Who provide POS Terminals that accept GRS payments anywhere, in-store and online. 130 coffee houses in Spain already accept GRS using Cyclebit POS terminals!
Added to Bitinka Cryptocurrency exchange! The #1 exchange in Latin America with 5 fiat and cryptocurrency pairs!
Added to Atomic wallet, a non-custodial cryptocurrency wallet with encrypted private keys and 40,000 monthly users.
Added to NoMiddleMan cryptocurrency payment gateway, offering no usernames, no registration, no KYC, no fees. Completely free to use!
Added to Blockchair! An advanced data analysis tool, mempool monitor and block explorer!
Added to SecuX V20, SecuX W20 and SecuX W10 hardware wallets!
Re-forged: Groestlcoin Samourai
Groestlcoin Samourai is a wallet for the streets. A modern Groestlcoin wallet hand-forged to keep your transactions private, your identity masked, and your funds secure. Its main advantages are its extreme portability and is the most secure Groestlcoin mobile HD wallet. We've built a wallet that Groestlcoin deserves. If you are looking for a wallet that Silicon Valley will never build, the regulators will never allow, and the VC's will never invest in, this is the perfect wallet for you. ![Groestlcoin Samourai Release Video](http://img.youtube.com/vi/i3WU8Tde8XQ/0.jpg)
Head over to the Groestlcoin Samourai Release Page here for the full release announcement.
Groestlimage turns any file into a mnemonic phrase allowing users to generate Groestlcoin private keys and addresses based on the data URI of the provided file. A picture is worth a thousand Groestls.
Turn any image, document or audio file into a BIP39 mnemonic phrase
Groestlcoin Core Config Generator is a simple GUI to configure the groestlcoin.conf file – A developers dream tool! Each configuration option is available via the user interface, grouped by what attributes they affect. For ease of getting started with a new configuration, a variety of preset "node classes" are available on the right-hand-side of the screen. Selecting a preset will load our recommended base configuration for a node fitting that description, at which point you can then tune the configuration at the single option level.
Choose between Mining, Non-Standard Ports, Low Bandwidth, Pruned, Raspberry Pi, Tor, Testnet, Regtest, Non-Syncing and Lightning Éclair presets.
Groestlcoin Simple Push TX is a server to push Groestlcoin transactions via SMS. Now everybody can send new transactions via SMS if the Internet is not usable (i.e. blocked by government entities or becomes otherwise unavailable).
Ability to push either Base64 or Hex-Encoded Raw Transactions via SMS.
Send SMS transactions to PushTX through the number +32460224477 (+32460224GRS)
Electrum-GRS is Groestlcoins #1 thin-client for Windows, MacOS, Linux and Android, based on a client-server protocol. Supporting multi-sig wallets without the bloat of downloading the entire blockchain.
New Features (Universal)
Electrum Protocol: The client's "User Agent" has been changed from "3.3.6" to "electrum/3.3.6". Other libraries connecting to servers can consider not "spoofing" to be Electrum
Added CoinGecko.com fiat rate provider. Changed default provider to CoinGecko.com
Minor bugfixes and usability improvements.
New Features (Windows, MacOS, Linux)
Fix Crash during 2FA wallet creation
Fix Synchroniser so that it does not keep resubscribing to addresses of already closed wallets.
Fix removing addresses/keys from imported wallets
The logging system has been overhauled. Logs can now also optionally be written to disk, disabled by default.
Fix a bug in the synchroniser where client could get stuck. Also show the progress of history sync in the GUI.
Fix Revealer in Windows and MacOS binaries
Ledger Nano X is now recognised, supporting mainnet and testnet
KeepKey is now recognised and supports mainnet and testnet
Device was not getting detected using Windows binary
Support Firmware 6.0.0+
Implement "Seedless" mode
Coin Control in QT – Implemented freezing individual UTXOs in addition to freezing addresses
Fix CPFP – The fees already paid by the parent were not included in the calculation, so it was always overestimated.
Testnet – There is now a warning when the client is started in testnet mode as there were several reports of users getting scammed through social engineering.
CoinChooser – Performance of creating transactions has been improved significantly for larger wallets.
Importing/Sweeping WIF keys: Stricter checks
Several other minor bugfixes and usability improvements.
New Features (Android)
Fix rare crash when changing exchange rate settings
Fix bug with local transactions
Allow selecting Fiat Rate providers without historical data
J'ai acheté un mineur USB en Bitcoin à Saint Lazare
Après avoir beaucoup réfléchi à investir dans le minage, fait des calculs, observé le marché, lorgné du côté des BFL Jalapeno, et vu la difficulté monter en flèche, j'ai finalement sauté le pas aujourd'hui en achetant un Block Erupter ASIC Miner usb. Je suis convaincu que nous vivons une révolution, et j'avais envie de posséder un petit bout de cette histoire de crypto devises. Je fais donc un tour sur le net, localise quelques vendeurs, les contacte un par un pour finalement avoir une réponse: Monsieur Spam en a plusieurs, il les écoule à 15€ pour investir dans autre chose. Rendez-vous est pris en plein centre de Paris à midi. Je dépose quelques bitcoins dans mon wallet android, et en route pour ma première transaction crypto devise contre objet tangible. Mon vendeur est en place, nous papotons: développeurs tous les deux, lui s'est mis à miner sur CG il y a longtemps, cette époque bénie où l'on pouvait chauffer son appart en gagnant de l'argent à coup de dissipateurs thermiques :) Les temps changent, la donne est différente; nous sommes convaincus que bitcoin est là pour durer, au moins faire bouger les lignes. Vient le moment de payer. Je sors mon smartphone, scanne le qr code affiché sur le sien, envoie 15 euros, et "DRING" ! La transaction est effectuée quasi-instantanément, les bitcoin sont dans son wallet. Je l'invite au prochain meetup et sur reddit, on se reverra peut être, c'est une petite communauté. Ce qui est impressionnant, c'est que lors d'une transaction de personne à personne dans le monde réel, le processus est extrêmement fluide avec les appli smartphone. 3 clics et boum c'est bon. Easy as cash ! Je pars donc avec ma minuscule machine, et me prépare à miner n'importe quoi à l'aide de CryptoSwitcher et CoinChoose... peu importe le flacon, pourvu qu'on ait l'ivresse. TLDR: j'ai acheté un ASIC avec des bitcoin et ça s'est super bien passé.
Making profit from Altcoins by means of this method ?
This is a little over 2 years ago , article , http://www.cryptobadger.com/2013/05/altcoin-explosion-profit/ But I believe the theory should still work today . Basically it's talking about how-to mine altcoins in short-term and still make profit from it. Please bare with me , I've only been researching mining digital coins for the past 3 days (almost non-stop) , and feel that I've made some good progress (in understanding all of this topic) , but still I have much more to learn. With that said I have the following important questions (I need help fully understanding correctly): (but before my questions, I'd recommend reading the above mentioned article, or you may simply see the following summary of the theory mentioned in said article:
Check CoinChoose often.
If an altcoin is significantly more profitable than litecoin, switch your miner(s) over to it by signing up for a mining pool that deals with that particular altcoin and pointing cgminer at it.
Sign up for Vircurex, Bter.com, or another cryptocurrency exchange.
Cashout from the altcoin mining pool directly into Vircurex (you can generate addresses within the “accounts” section of Vircurex for this purpose).
Trade the altcoin for bitcoin (or litecoin, or whatever you want) on Vircurex.
) Now onto my questions:
Taking as example, right now at this moment, Friday 28-08-2015 @ 2:06pm Eastern Time (US) .... Novacoin has (% profitability of BTC) equal to 25,918.69% , compared to Litecoin having (% profitability of BTC) equal to 15,954.03% ; of course Bitcoin has (% profitability of BTC) equal to 100% . Does this mean that if I start mining novacoin I would be generating significantly more (& faster) "digital-money" than otherwise mining (at this very moment) any other digital-currency (assume using same miner hardware & of course altcoins values are different across each other) ?
Taking as example #1 above and noting the theory mentioned above , if I were to attempt to make profit from mining the most profitable altcoin at any given time , to do so I would for each time the rankings of altcoins changes in the list seen at http://www.coinchoose.com/ , I would have to obtain a wallet specific to that altcoin I am going to mine & also join a mining pool specific to that altcoin , in order to proceed with mining that most profitiable altcoin using my miner device (& of course make the necessary changes, e.g. change from scrypt to sha-256 , or vice versa, & Etc.) ?
Since I am set on trying out this theory , and because I'd like to make the most money possible , for all of this to be worth my while , I must get a miner that is "ASIC" but that is capable of doing both "scrypt" & "sha-256" , and which has the highest possible speed available (I am thinking of a miner that has 1 TH/s) , are these points made here all correct (in this question #3) ?
Staying with the theme of fastest miner I can get (as stated in the above question #3) , should I expect that if I am mining a altcoin that is significantly less in value & less in dificulty , then I should be able with this miner significantly mine , significnatly several more coins than if I were to be mining bitcoin itself (of course understanding that from digital-currency to another digital-currency the vaules are different) ? And follow up question to this one, if mining an altcoin that is significantly less in value than bitcoin but still using the same miner device that I would use for bitcoin mining, namely the fast 1 TH/s speed miner, then mining solo that altcoin is as good or almost as good as mining in pool that altcoin (the same cannot be said about mining bitcoin, where you really must use a mining pool in order to be succesful) ?
A question about mining pools , I understand that it is a much of devices joining teams together to solve the algorithm , but in these pools is the work being broken up across the different devices so that no repetitive calculations are being done , or how exaclty does the work within a mining pool work-out-to-be (I would hope it's not a brute force job and that there is some form of efficiency going on in these mining pools) ?
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