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Crypostle Core

What is Crypostle?

Crypostle is an experimental new digital currency that enables public or private, instant payments to anyone, anywhere in the world. Crypostle uses peer-to-peer technology to operate with no central authority: managing transactions and issuing money or digital assets are carried out collectively by the network.

Using the Crypostle Core source code as a solid base; Crypostle Core implements a custom Dynamic Block Reward and Difficulty Retargeting algorithm and strives to develop cutting-edge technology for blockchain solutions. Implementing side-chain and decentralized application frameworks assisting development of graphical user interfaces supporting smart-contract transactions or blockchain interactions.

What are some Crypostle Features?

  • Symbol: CXP

  • Premine: NO

  • Instamine: NO

  • ICO: NO

  • Air drop: NO

  • Max coins: 33 million

  • Hashing Algorithm: X11 (Crypostle Retargeting)

  • CPU mining: YES

  • GPU mining: YES

  • ASIC mining: YES

  • InstantSend: YES

  • PrivateSend: YES

  • Masternodes: YES

  • Firewall: Yes

  • Dynamic Block Rewards: Yes

  • Block Shield: Yes

  • Double-Spend Protection: Yes

  • Checkpoints: Yes

  • Diff retarget: 1 block

  • Halving Interval: 1 year

  • Block space: 2.5 minutes (average)

  • Maturity: 101 confirmations

  • Max Block Size: 128 MB

  • Masternode Reward: 20% (approx)

  • Masternode Collateral: 10 000 CXP

  • BIP32 (HD Wallet)

  • BIP44 (multi-coin)

  • BIP39 (mnemonic)

  • MAINNET P2P Port = 25220

  • MAINNET RPC Port = 25221

  • TESTNET P2P Port = 25222

  • TESTNET RPC Port = 25223

  • REGTEST P2P Port = 25224

  • REGTEST RPC Port = 25225

What is DBR 3.1?

Dynamic Block Reward 3.1 (C) 2017-2018 Crypostle

Adjustments based on network hashrate, previous block difficulty, decentralized distribution.

If the difficulty rate is low; using excessive work to produce low value blocks does not yield large return rates. When the ratio of difficulty adjusts and the network hashrate remains constant or declines; the reward per block will reach the maximum level and mining becomes very profitable.

This algorithm is intended to discourage >51% attacks, or malicous miners and reward efforts of ALL miners on the network, in a fair and decentralized approach. It is also intended to act as an automatic inflation adjustment based on real network conditions.

  • Minimum 1 CXP
  • Maximum 50 CXP

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