Supported Feathercoin client versions: Current production Version: 0.16.1.
Old Production Version: 0.16
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What Feathercoin offers with links and explanations
@j_scheibel At last, many thanks, many kudos - please vote this work.
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i think it’s done for now. (baring me re-reading it tomorrow and correcting phrasing/typos) if anyone finds any good exchange or commerce code (or payment gateway software) let me know i really wanted more than i listed but it seems like none of the exchanges share their code and i wasn’t able to find any others. a java one would be really nice to share as i feel like that’s something people are going to want beyond c# and php
I have pinned this thread, thanks very much …
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Quality content, thanks!
Its always lovely to see well structured and useful info!
Current Gen ASIC resistance - Basically this means the NeoScrypt algorithm is designed to use enough resources such that creating a dedicated circuit to just mine feathercoin is not cost effective. For a little more detail at http://forum.feathercoin.com/topic/2156/why-ftc-is-asic-resistent-for-beginners-requesting-feedback
Current Generation ASIC resistance - The NeoScrypt algorithm is designed to use enough resources, in this case memory, such that current ASICs cannot mine Feathercoin. ASICs are a dedicated circuit board to just mine coins. Creating a dedicated circuit board to mine feathercoin would take considerable investment.
For a little more detail at http://forum.feathercoin.com/topic/2156/why-ftc-is-asic-resistent-for-beginners-requesting-feedback
1 minute target block time - This is the average amount of time it takes for transactions happen. Look here for a deeper explanation of block time https://steemit.com/bitcoin/@ghayas/what-does-block-time-mean-in-cryptocurrency
1 minute target block time - This is the average amount of time it takes for a block to be mined and transactions to appear in your wallet.
The software constantly adjusts the mining difficulty to keep this time consistent as mining intensity varies.
Look here for a deeper explanation of block time https://steemit.com/bitcoin/@ghayas/what-does-block-time-mean-in-cryptocurrency
I’ll just leave this here
Enhanced Hash Rate Compensation - This is a method of adjusting difficulty for the NeoScrypt algorithm. Difficulty is adjusted based on the speed solutions are sent to the network. The difficulty is figured out (re-targeted) every block with 15, 120 and 480 block averages and 25% damping. Difficulty in general explained at https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Difficulty a full write up on the details of eHRC can be found in the feathercoin wallet guide at https://wrapperband.github.io/FeathercoinWalletGuide/#enhanced-hash-rate-compensation-ehrc
enhanced Hash Rate Compensation - This is a method of adjusting the difficulty of the calculation the miners must do to find a block. Difficulty is adjusted based on the speed the blocks are being found on the network and should increase as the hash power of the miners increases. eHRC uses the time it took the last 15, 120 and 480 blocks to calculated (re-targeted) the difficulty after every block. Difficulty in general explained at https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Difficulty a full write up on the details of eHRC can be found in the feathercoin wallet guide at https://wrapperband.github.io/FeathercoinWalletGuide/#enhanced-hash-rate-compensation-ehrc
On a similar theme of specifications.
Feathercoin Ticker : FTC
Feathercoin address start bytes :
Feathercoin Multisignature addres start bytes :
Some of the functions are version specific.
are only (currently) available in Feathercoin-qt version 0.9.6.2.
j_scheibel last edited by j_scheibel
@wrapper I meant to move those to a new section a while ago. I was just waiting for the right time (and then i forgot). I went ahead and did it now.
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