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  1. ORBITCOIN ∅RB ∅RB is one of the first 30 Altcoins in the world !!! ∅RB is old and young to same, because Orb has a life time of 38 years ORB is a absolutely decentralized currency, everyone can do something to make them strong! ORBitcoin is a long term project! NOT the fast and the furious. But for a long time very profitable! "Orbitcoin is one of the oldest PoW/ PoS altcoins launched on the 30th of July 2013 Orbitcoin is the 1st PoW/PoS hybrid coin with fixed block rewards and limited supply. 33% of blocks are generated through PoW and the remaining 67% are produced through PoS. Difficulty changes every block using a secure and flexible algorithm. Everyone can mine ORB with general purpose hardware. The PoS (Proof of Stake) generation features very low energy consumption." Why Orbitcoin? Because first of all, we don't like central banks and corrupt governments, and would love to see them lose their monopoly. If you haven't noticed, they aren't so happy about Bitcoin and all the other coins out there. And they will try to stop them. Orbitcoin's goal is to be used on darknets like I2P, Tor and others as well as the normal Internet (clearnet) + in Orbit. At the current moment it works with SOCKS over I2P/Tor. Native support for I2P should be in place soon. It's an advanced Scrypt based PoW/PoS coin and has some other nice features, too. This is by far the first crypto coin to truly help science. The Orbitcoin Society mission goal is to support open source science and bring some of that power back to the people! Proof-Of-Stake Orbitcoin's major distinguishing feature is that it uses proof-of-stake/proof-of-work hybrid system. The proof-of-stake system was designed to address vulnerabilities that could occur in a pure proof-of-work system. For example, there is a risk of 51% attacks in Bitcoin or Litecoin resulting from a monopoly on mining power (a 51% attack is when a single entity possesses over a half of the network hash power), which would possibly allow this entity to double spend coins. With a proof-of-stake system, a network attacker would also need to gain a large quantity of coins. This has the effect of making a monopoly more costly, and stops the risk of a monopoly from proof-of-work mining shares. Orbitcoin is the 1st PoW/PoS hybrid coin with fixed block rewards and limited supply. 33% of blocks are generated through PoW and the remaining 67% are produced through PoS. Difficulty changes every block using a secure and flexible algorithm. Everyone can mine ORB with general purpose hardware. The PoS (Proof of Stake) generation features very low energy consumption." POS INFORMATION PoW and PoS blocks carry the same fixed reward of 1 ORB The 1st implementation of 0% PoS minimal age NOW 1 Day 33% PoW blocks and 67% PoS blocks delivering 1 ORB each Considering 20 ORB staking +1 ORB every 10 days, it's 1*(365/10)/20=183% per annum. Compound interest earns (1+1/20)^(365/10)=593% per annum. Things are more complicated in reality, so actual earnings are somewhere between the two above. by Ghostlander 593% per annum is theoretically, only when the POS Diff is low! If the POS Diff increases also reduces this value! The first are so clear advantage! But that's what happens. The early bird catches the worm! Digital money made for the Internet Orbitcoin was born from the Internet, bringing the freedom of physical money to the virtual world while making payments easier and more secure in both worlds. Orbitcoin can offer an alternative to previous cumbersome and costly systems, and it can increase online business access to developing countries,as well as helping to advance open source science. Orbitcoin is set to bring the Seed node of Freedom to the Scientific community! Once Orbitcoin gains enough public awareness we will be able to offer funding to scientist that would like to investigate these theories currently but know that their reputation would be ruined if they were to ask for funding from their normal sources to look deeper into these things. What most people do not know, Ghostlander has never created a own Coin! He has just taken over the coins after the scammers Dev's are gone! He himself has invested a lot of time and money! He saved this Coins and the Communities for the death! Website http://orbitcoin.org/ https://cryptocointalk.com/forum/325-orbitcoin-orb/ https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/929-orbitcoin-orb-information/ https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=586674.msg6422610#msg6422610/ https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=725450.0 spain https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1028182.0 Block Explorer / Crawler http://explorer.orbitcoin.org http://atlas.phoenixcoin.org:1080 http://www.multifaucet.tk/index.php?blockexplorer=ORB https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/BlockExplorer?currencyId=64 SPECIFICATIONS Advanced hybrid proof-of-work (PoW) and proof-of-stake (PoS) 3.77 million coins to be produced block hashing is BLAKE2s PoW hashing is NeoScrypt PoS hashing is SHA-256d 1 minute combined block target (3 minutes for PoW, 1.5 minutes for PoS) Retargets every block using Orbitcoin Super Shield (OSS) Time warp and instamining protection Advanced checkpointing against 51% attacks Transaction messaging supported 6 confirmations for regular transactions 200 confirmations for minted coins Very low transaction fees (most transactions are free) No destruction of transaction fees (all collected by a block finder) The default P2P port is 15298, RPC port is 15299 I2P/Tor ready POS INFORMATION PoW and PoS blocks carry the same fixed reward of 1 ORB The 1st implementation of fixed PoS block rewards https://cryptrader.com/ https://cryptrader.com/charts/cryptsy/orb/btc http://worldcoinindex.com/ http://worldcoinindex.com/coin/orbitcoin http://exchangewar.info/coinprice?ORB_BTC(price monitoring) http://exchangewar.info/coinprice?ORB_USD(price monitoring) http://www.whattomine.com/displays ORB as Neoscrypt now http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/views/all/ http://www.cryptocoinrank.com/ http://www.coinchoose.com/ http://live.myip.ms/ http://cryptocoinprices.org/market/ORB/BTC http://www.cryptocoincharts.info/v2/pair/orb/btc/allcoin/10-days EXCHANGES https://www.cryptsy.com/ http://www.usecryptos.com/ https://comkort.com/really fast witdraw, only one sceond https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Exchange/ https://bleutrade.com/ DOWNLOADS Wallet's + BLOCKCHAIN Windows http://orbitcoin.org/downloads/orbitcoin-win-1.5.0.0.zip Linux (i386) http://orbitcoin.org/downloads/orbitcoin-lin-i386-1.5.0.0.tar.gz Linux (amd64) http://orbitcoin.org/downloads/orbitcoin-lin-amd64-1.5.0.0.tar.gz 32-bit and 64-bit MacOS X GUI client http://orbitcoin.org/downloads/orbitcoin-mac-1.5.0.0.dmg Compatible with 32-bit and 64-bit OS releases, v10.5 and above. Intel only, no PowerPC support as it's big endian. BLOCKCHAIN Block chain data for rapid deployment: http://orbitcoin.org/downloads/data.7z(832166 blocks, Windows only, 322Mb) md5sum (data.7z) = 4d3741b01d6609bf8f8a4b4fe36e863a http://orbitcoin.org/downloads/.orbitcoin.tar.xz(1205757 blocks, Linux only, 521Mb) md5sum (data.7z) = d4635ab1de4e0d8be6cbad158ee19861 so if anyone needs a full Blockchain incl. config file, date 02/23/2015 of me!!! important you have used v1.5.0.0 of wallet https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0ENIPCOaLvNUzBMSXRCZXgzMDg/view?usp=sharing so works ORB Raspberry Pi 2 will run to stake ORB Wallet's. updated the OP with a link to the Linux block chain data. The energy consumption is thus even lower IF YOU USED POS! NEW!! 06.05.2015 Golden Gateway accepted ORB http://ggateway.biz/ that's nice VOTE!!! for ORB http://www.btc38.com/trade/vote_for_trade_en.html New 11.05.2015 much thanks to Bobby https://www.coingecko.com/en https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/orbitcoin https://www.coingecko.com/en/widgets/ticker/orbitcoin/btc Good news! Orbitcoin is now listed on CoinGecko: https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/orbitcoin Do keep us updated on your progress and you might find this price ticker widget useful for your website: https://www.coingecko.com/en/widgets/ticker/orbitcoin/btc Regards, Bobby Ong Co-founder, CoinGecko A listing on https://www.coingecko.com/en was a prerequisite for adding to an online wallet on https://www.cryptonator.com/ Now do I contact the people from https://www.cryptonator.com/ again! ORB is now on Coinwarz.com too http://www.coinwarz.com/cryptocurrency http://www.coinwarz.com/cryptocurrency/coins/orbitcoin Ghostlander explained how the stake out work, here again https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/31713-orb-newcomers-heres-a-kick-start-to-set-up-your-wallets/ ORBitcoin GIVEAWAY CHANGED!!! 4 ORB = 0,000560000 BTC, ORB for your vote on https://gourl.io/coin-voting.html, cost 0.0004 BTC http://exchangewar.i...inprice?ORB_BTC
  2. PoSWallet

    PoS staking service for multiple PoS altcoins.
  3. Hi, I wanted to show you my current project, a solar powered staking wallet. My goal is to derive a small income by staking a few crypto coins in a reliable stable setup that runs off my own energy resources. I built a small PV/battery electric system that runs two raspberry pi's which stake HoboNickels and Jimbucks. A few details: 60 watt 12vdc solar panel Panel rotates on an axis parallel to earth's poles (i.e. it points to the north star). This allows one to point the panel at the sun throughout the day, doubling power output over fixed panels. Mounting bracket is made from standard 1/2 inch iron pipe and fittings. 20 amp PWM charge controller charges a flooded deep cycle lead acid battery and provides current protection. 12vdc to 5vdc buck converter powers 2 raspberry pi's and USB hard drives dedicated to hold swap files, operating system, wallet software, and data. Each Raspberry Pi runs one coin wallet daemon, HoboNickels in one, Jumbucks in the other. A few photos https://twitter.com/woods_nh/status/627169096321384448?s=09
  4. If you need more mining power then check out www.miningrigrentals.com If anyone needs hashpower then use this great service, strong support! That's my Profil http://www.miningrigrentals.com/u/Mario241077?ref=10352 i use it very often "We review and refund all rentals who complete under advertised due to rig issues or incorrect advertisement. We do this review once the rental completes" "Your BTC is protected for 12 hours post-rental ensuring we have plenty of time to refund any missing hash should this rig fail to hash as advertised. Simply open a ticket within that window after completion if needed." the next 50 get sponsored 5 ORB = 0.001 BTC if you use this link for the registration and login http://www.miningrigrentals.com/register?ref=10352 What most people do not know, Ghostlander has never created a own Coin! He has just taken over the coins after the scammers Dev's are gone! He himself has invested a lot of time and money! He saved this Coins and the Communities for the death! ORB information ∅RB is one of the first 30 Altcoins in the world !!! ∅RB is old and young to same, because Orb has a life time of 38 years Wink ORB is a absolutely decentralized currency, everyone can do something to make them strong! ORBitcoin is a long term project! NOT the fast and the furious. But for a long time very profitable! "Orbitcoin is one of the oldest PoW/ PoS altcoins launched on the 30th of July 2013 Orbitcoin is the 1st PoW/PoS hybrid coin with fixed block rewards and limited supply. 33% of blocks are generated through PoW and the remaining 67% are produced through PoS. Difficulty changes every block using a secure and flexible algorithm. Everyone can mine ORB with general purpose hardware. The PoS (Proof of Stake) generation features very low energy consumption." POS INFORMATION PoW and PoS blocks carry the same fixed reward of 1 ORB The 1st implementation of 0% PoS minimal age NOW 1 Day 33% PoW blocks and 67% PoS blocks delivering 1 ORB each Considering 20 ORB staking +1 ORB every 10 days, it's 1*(365/10)/20=183% per annum. Compound interest earns (1+1/20)^(365/10)=593% per annum. Things are more complicated in reality, so actual earnings are somewhere between the two above. by Ghostlander 593% per annum is theoretically, only when the POS Diff is low! If the POS Diff increases also reduces this value! The first are so clear advantage! But that's what happens. The early bird catches the worm! more information to ORB https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=725450.0;all https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=586674.0;all https://cryptocointalk.com/forum/325-orbitcoin-orb/ more giveaway here http://bitcoingarden.tk/forum/index.php?topic=882.225
  5. Thread's https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=555563.0;all https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/884-cloudcoin-cdc-information/ First launched in July 2013, became sick due to a bug in January 2014, now revived in April 2014! The original dev has abandoned this coin so I have taken over to give it a new lease on life. Original Specs: - PoW+PoS hybrid - 60 seconds per block - Difficulty retargets every block - PoW blocks: + 50 coins standard reward (1426 blocks/day) + bonus blocks of 4400 (1 block/day), 900 (3 blocks/day), 400 (10 blocks/day) + 1440 total PoW & PoS blocks per day But things aren't so easy in the real world: For every vote you get 250 CDC of me! every day https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/HomeAction/Voting here vote vote for CDC Exchange Mineshaft Market Place Block Explorer Coin Info Coin Voting Start in 1, next is 2 post your adress and vote for your new registration, then you get additional 250 CDC once! https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Register?referrer=Mario241077 Attention!! do not use Bter.com address now! Wait for a update from me !! use this update NEW VERSION RELEASED Download Cloudcoin v1.3.2 from Dropbox: Windows GUI client: https://www.dropbox.com/s/x56jcuek6pye0r4/cloudcoin-qt.exe Windows commandline daemon: https://www.dropbox.com/s/egp9vqnnrntj5t2/cloudcoind.exe Source code: https://www.dropbox.com/s/me6fycm5c7ezhbt/cloudcoin-1.3.2-src.zip Minor maintenance release, but upgrading is recommended, especially if you were on the wrong chain and need to resync, or you find the "Checkpoint is too old" message annoying. Changes: - Updated OpenSSL library to 1.0.1m (security fix) - Added newer hardened checkpoints. This will stop the client warnings about checkpoints being too old.
  6. Will my HBN daemon continue to stake coins after i issue a setgenerate true command? Thanks.
  7. PoW-Specs: SHA256 algorithm 120 Seconds Block Time First 1000 Blocks: 1 CX Block 1k - 10k Reward: 500 CX Block 10k - 20k Reward: 250 CX Block 20k - 40k Reward: 100 CX Block 40k - 60k Reward: 50 CX Block 60k - 100k Reward: 10 CX From Block 100k Reward: 1 CX PoS-Specs: 5% Interest Per Month 15 Day Stake Age, No Max Wallet Win https://mega.co.nz/#!Z8A2DDpQ!7xsAI0dPMwrnEbzIqy_pLWQV4CwX06oF6VGbzkWsO-Y Mac https://mega.co.nz/#!Z1YTCTqC!iznG21gO913laA3kpXfHch9uMwEYgIQI8ng40JTUpV0 Source https://github.com/xtracoinrevival/xtracoin Explorer http://xc.explorer.ssdpool.com:9088/ http://www.multifaucet.tk/index.php?blockexplorer=CX Faucet http://www.multifaucet.tk/index.php?faucet=CX was relaunched [CX] XtraCoin | RELAUNCH | PoW/PoS | SHA256 | Exchange | Explorer | connect=195.34.100.2 connect=xc.explorer.ssdpool.com connect=180.110.253.223 connect=46.244.50.149 connect=89.76.141.222 connect=212.91.189.164 connect=178.62.250.192 connect=miningpools.tk dnsseed=0 pool http://miningpools.tk/ earn 1000 CX every day for your vote on https://www.cryptopia.co.nz https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Home/Voting
  8. For every vote you get 10000 PAC of me! every day Website http://www.pacifica-nation.com/paccoin/ https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/HomeAction/Voting here vote vote for PAC Exchange Mineshaft Market Place Block Explorer Coin Info Coin Voting Start in 1, next is 2 post your adress and vote for your new registration, then you get additional 25000 PAC once! https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/Register?referrer=Mario241077
  9. Hi everyone, I was wondering about the best way to setup a "green" POS wallet/ORB node for long-term staking. I began the construction of a solar-powered staking rig, and while I'm working on the best location for this outdoor system, I was wondering if a Raspberry Pi B+ could have enough power to hold 200 inputs. Did anyone used this machine for staking before ?