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- BitCore BTX- Core 21 Million Coin- 2,5 min- DefaultPort = 8555 - RPC Port 40332- Segwit and Bloom- 20 MB Blocksize (10 MB + 10 MB Segwit)_- Algo Timetravel10- Diff Retarget: Bitcore 64_15 The Segwit opens up new possibilities like the Lightning Network,Tumblebit, Schnorr Signatures,_Confidential Transactions, Cross-chain atomic swaps, and so on.We are alreadyexploring all these new functions, and testing the water.We expect the first implementations as fast as possible. “TimeTravel10”, that actually bases on 40320 different combinations of hashing algorithms and that easily can be extended_to 362880, 3628800 or even more,lets miners travel through time throughthem or through them through time. Source: Github Release Download: Releases Mobile Wallet: Coinomi / Android / iOS Electrum Wallet Electrem Third party wallets Zeltrez / Jaxx Liberty < NEW
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List of Today's and Tomorrow's Upcoming Events

I will be bringing you upcoming events/announcements every day. If you want improvements to this post, please mention houseme in the comments. We will make improvements based on your feedback.
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Mainnet Launch April 15, 2018
Bytom(BTM) Algorithm Public Release April 15, 2018
ZenCash(ZEN) Super Nodes Whitepaper April 15, 2018
Loopring(LRC) Loopring Bi-Weekly Update April 15, 2018
Nimiq(NET) Nimiq Exchange Token (NET) - Mainnet Launch April 15, 2018
Atmos(ATMS) Weekly Discussions April 15, 2018
BitcoinZ(BTCZ) Major Announcement April 15, 2018
Copico(XCPO) Swap Begin April 15, 2018
Golfcoin(GOLF) Picture Of Revolutionary Device April 15, 2018
Rebellious(REBL) Rebellious (REBL) Prestashop Module April 15, 2018
Trinity Network Credit(TNC) Token Lock-up/Reward April 15, 2018
Peculium(PCL) AIEVE Beta Showcase April 15, 2018
Peculium(PCL) Webinar April 15, 2018
IOTA(MIOTA) Industry 4.0 April 16, 2018
Verge(XVG) Verge Partnership April 16, 2018
Siacoin(SC) TSO Auction April 16, 2018
Request Network(REQ) Project Update April 16, 2018 Crypto Asset Summit 2018 April 16, 2018
Crown(CRW) New Website April 16, 2018
SolarCoin(SLR) Actual Granting April 16, 2018
Linda(LINDA) Partnership Announcement April 16, 2018 12:00 AM - April 20, 2018 11:59 PM
Pesetacoin(PTC) Pesetacoin (PTC) - Release Electrum-Peseta 3.0 April 16, 2018
Pesetacoin(PTC) Release Electrum-Peseta 3.0 April 16, 2018
DNotes(NOTE) Swap to DNotes 2.0 April 16, 2018
Rupee(RUP) Lyra2Rev2 Hard Fork April 16, 2018
Rupee(RUP) Mining Algorithm Change April 16, 2018
Rupee(RUP) Open Mining Access April 16, 2018
FujiCoin(FJC) Blockbid Beta April 16, 2018
CryptoForecast(CFT) Coin Swap April 16, 2018
CryptoForecast(CFT) Snapshot April 16, 2018
Monkey Project(MONK) Masternodes Launch April 16, 2018
BlazeCoin(BLZ) Bluzelle (BLZ) - Community AMA April 16, 2018
ATMCoin(ATMC) SCD Exchange Platform Launch April 16, 2018
Energo(TSL) Tech Festival Berlin April 16, 2018
Everus(EVR) Product Launch April 16, 2018
Everus(EVR) Product Launch Event April 16, 2018
Wi Coin(WIC) WaykiChain (WIC) - Tournament April 16, 2018
Zeepin(ZPT) Beta Test April 16, 2018
IHT Real Estate Protocol(IHT) Winners Announcement April 16, 2018
Sether(SETH) SETHER 1.0 April 16, 2018
Interplanetary Broadcast Coin(IPBC) Change to PoW Algorithm April 16, 2018
Graft(GRFT) Update April 16, 2018
Wancoin(WAN) Project Announcements April 16, 2018
Peculium(PCL) Crypto 42 Token Investment Summit 2018 April 16, 2018
Digital Money Bits(DMB) Swap End Date April 16, 2018 6:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Air Drops
EOS(EOS) eosDAC Airdrop To EOS April 15, 2018
MediShares(MDS) MDS Airdrop to eosDAC Holders April 15, 2018
Bitcore(BTX) 8% Airdrop April 16, 2018
AidCoin(AID) 5% Airdrop April 16, 2018
BitShares(BTS) BTS Listing on BTC-Alpha April 15, 2018
SyncFab (MFG) - Listing on Cobinhood April 16, 2018
Bitcoin(BTC) Bitcoin (BTC) Listing on BlockBid April 16, 2018
Ripple(XRP) BlockBid Listing April 16, 2018
Ripple(XRP) Ripple (XRP) Listing on BlockBid April 16, 2018
Bitcoin Cash(BCH) Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Listing on Blockbid April 16, 2018
Litecoin(LTC) Litecoin (LTC) Listing on BlockBid April 16, 2018
Bitcoin Gold(BTG) Bitcoin Gold (BTG) Listing on BlockBid April 16, 2018
I/O Coin(IOC) I/O Coin (IOC) New Exchange Listing April 16, 2018
BitcoinZ(BTCZ) Listing on CoinBene April 16, 2018
Unitus(UIS) Blockbid's Beta Launch April 16, 2018
Dai(DAI) Listing on Kyber Network April 16, 2018
Achain(ACT) The Power of Blockchain Entrepreneurship April 15, 2018
Wanchain (WAN) - World Blockchain Forum April 16, 2018
Aion(AION) World Blockchain Forum Dubai April 16, 2018 12:00 AM - April 17, 2018 11:59 PM
Aion(AION) World Blockchain Forum April 16, 2018 12:00 AM - April 17, 2018 11:59 PM
Aion(AION) World Blockchain Forum Dubai April 16, 2018 12:00 AM - April 17, 2018 11:59 PM
ZenCash(ZEN) World Blockchain Forum April 16, 2018
eBoost(EBST) World Blockchain Forum April 16, 2018
Bankex(BKX) Blockchain Forum Dubai April 16, 2018
Jibrel Network(JNT) World Blockchain Forum April 16, 2018
Wancoin(WAN) Wanchain (WAN) - World Blockchain Forum April 16, 2018
Nuls(NULS) NULS (NULS) - Korea Meetup April 15, 2018
NEO(NEO) Lisbon Meetup & Workshop April 16, 2018
Delphy(DPY) Austin Local Meetup April 16, 2018
OriginTrail(TRAC) Meet & Greet San Francisco April 16, 2018
Vsync(VSX) Wallet Release April 15, 2018
CarTaxi Token(CTX) CarTaxi Token (CTX) Monthly Bonuses + Burn April 15, 2018
High Performance Blockchain(HPB) ETH Wallet Addresses April 15, 2018
Pesetacoin(PTC) Wallet v3.0 Release April 16, 2018
Safe Exchange Coin(SAFEX) Safex Wallet v6 April 16, 2018
Octanox(OTX) OTXPay Beta Version April 16, 2018 5:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Credits(CS) Seamless Middle East Conference April 15, 2018 12:00 AM - April 16, 2018 11:59 PM
Credits(CS) Credits Dubai Conference April 15, 2018 12:00 AM - April 16, 2018 11:59 PM
ACRONA - Augmented Reality World Discovered April 15, 2018 4:06 PM - May 15, 2018 4:07 PM
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PSA: Don't forget to dump the fork coins

What are fork coins?

Do you know how in China they make knock-off brands? Like, instead of Adidas they might make Adibas, hoping people won't notice the difference and buy inferior products.
Now they do it with Bitcoin too. Just to clarify, some of forks have nothing to do with China, but most forks are made in China, supported by Chinese pools and are traded on Chinese exchanges.
Obviously, Bitcoin forks have none of Bitcoin's security, safety or adoption, but some people still buy them (most likely just to speculate).
Worth noting that not every coin with "Bitcoin" in the name is a hard fork/spin-off. Many of them are just alt-coins which you can't dump unless you buy them first.

Why should I dump forks?

The obvious reason is to embiggen your Bitcoin stash. Some forks give you 1-2% per Bitcoin which is kinda nice.
But it's not just good for you, dumping forks is actually good for Bitcoin: it sends a market signal that forks are worthless, thus discouraging making and trading them. Thus it helps to fight with confusion and brand dilution.
Sadly brand dilution is an actual problem now. My local financial news site which doesn't post much about Bitcoin now happily reports forks on a fairly regular basis. People who are new to Bitcoin get a wrong impression that there are now many different Bitcoins. They might wrong assume that Bitcoin isn't scarce because everybody can fork it.

List of forks

There's a rather comprehensive list here:
The only fork which I know exists in the wild but isn't in that list is Bitcore (BTX).
Not all forks on that list are alive. As a rule of thumb, check CoinMarketCap. It's only worth trying to dump a fork if it's listed on CoinMarketCap and is traded on exchanges.

The practice of dumping

First of all, it's convenient to dump fork if you have your bitcoins concentrated in few addresses, e.g. in a cold paper wallet. Otherwise it might be too much hassle.
It's strongly advised to move your actual bitcoins to a new wallet/address before dumping fork coins. This is necessary because dumping often requires importing private keys into poorly tested and untrustworthy wallets. If you use HD wallet, you might need to create a new wallet because a non-hardened privkey will reveal your master private key, i.e. it might compromise your entire wallet, not just an address. Also note that dumping might be bad for privacy. So if you are not sure, just forget about it, 1-2% gain isn't that much.
Note that shitcoin wallets might try to steal your bitcoins, so it's better to install them on separate VM or phone. Be careful!
Here's a typical dumping process:
  1. You start with a private key of an address which used to hold your bitcoins at time of fork, but no longer does. A private key in WIF format works with all wallets, but sometimes HD wallet seed might work too.
  2. Import this private key into a wallet which supports forked coin. Sometimes you can find a mobile wallet which does that, this is more convenient than installing full-node software.
  3. Move your coins to an exchange which supports this fork.
  4. Sell them.
  5. Withdraw bitcoins to your normal wallet.

Practically dumpable forks

Not all fork coins are really worth dumping: they might be worthless, traded only on some obscure exchanges (if at all), have no working wallet, etc. Here I assembled a list of fork coins which actually can be dumped relatively easily. Enjoy!
(All prices are actual only at time of writing, obviously.)
Bitcoin Cash, BCH. This is the mother of all forks which really started this spin-off coin craze. Some people say it's even a legit coin. It's fairly easy to find information on wallets and exchanges so I won't go into details. Value per bitcoin: $1700, or 14.5% of Bitcoin value.
Bitcoin Gold, BTG. Well-established fork which is GPU-mineable. Supported wallet: Coinomi (which is quite nice) and other. Supported exchanges: many, including HitBTC, Bitfinex, OKex. These exchanges do not require ID. Note that OKex UI is pain in the ass, but they support many forks, so consider making an account. Value per bitcoin: $189 or 1.5%
Super Bitcoin, SBTC. Now we are in the weird territory. Wallet: I used a combination of Bither + Bitpie, but presumably Bitpie might work by itself. Note that Bither can only move this coin to Bitpie address. Exchange: OKex. As mentioned above, quite a PITA, but doesn't require ID. Value per bitcoin: $58, or 0.5% if you use OKex. There are exchanges with higher price, e.g. HitBTC, but they do not support deposits. I.e. people can only dump it on OKex, which is why price is lower there.
Bitcon Diamond, BCD. Wallet: Bither + Bitpie (same as Super Bitcoin). Exchange: OKex. How much you get: 1% on OKex. Note that you get 10 diamonds for 1 BTC, so $11.37 per diamond translates to $113 per bitcoin.
This ends the list of coins I already dumped, the rest is only a theory.

Forks to watch

For coins below I see no easy way to dump, but they seem to have non-negligible value so worth checking out in future.
BitcoinX, BCX. Wallet: Full node wallet from github. Exchange: It seems no exchanges support deposits (I checked and OKex). Potentially you get $270 per bitcoin because you get 10000 of these coins per 1 bitcoin.
Bitcoin God, GOD. Shit wallets and exchanges, but $70 per coin.
Bitcoin Atom, BCA. Just launched so no support, but very fancy web site promises many features, so I assume it will get a lot of marketing. Futures are traded at $76 per coin.
Lightning Bitcoin, LBTC. Some Chinese crap with no wallets, but futures are traded at $218 at some shit exchange called EXX.
Happy dumping!
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This Bitcoin testnet faucet has been running almost continuously since April 2013. So far 63586 coins have been sent to 69651 recipients. Here's a list of the last transactions that went through: Bitcoin Core is a community-driven free software project, released under the MIT license. Verify release signatures Download torrent Source code Show version history. Bitcoin Core Release Signing Keys v0.8.6 - v0.9.3 - 0.10.2 v0.11.0+ Or choose your operating system. Windows exe - zip. BitCore BTX was born as a response to the concerns of the Bitcoin community and has been growing and providing many more solutions to the community BitCore BTX - Your Coin, Your Money BitCore has one of the lowest transaction fees on the market while possibly providing the best on-chain scaling solution in the entire crypto-sphere. Close bitcoind and then start bitcoind in a terminal or bash shell like so: "bitcoind -testnet" Using that should cause bitcoin to use a test network.. Although on windows you might need to find the bitcoind.exe and execute that if the command bitcoind is not added to the system path. This information was retrieved from bitcoin's core using "bitcoind -help" and a quote from it says "-testnet An ideal situation for learning how to use Bitcoin would not involve trading real money in the process. In this post, I’d like to cover the Bitcoin Testnet: a zero-risk testing network that allows the beginner to trading Bitcoins as if they were on the main network. The Bitcoin network is divided, so to speak, into three networks:

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Bitcoin Faucet: Getyourbitcoin - 4 satohis every 5 minutes (Faucetpay)

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