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[ANN][BOC]BountyCoin - PoW+PoS|SHA256|Slow start|Lots of Bounties

Current Version: 0.1.3

Features

- Proof of work + Proof of stake
  with 5% POS interest, keep your wallet open to claim this interest
  
- Good old SHA256d algorithm
  compatiable with CPU, GPU, FPGA and ASIC
  
- Transacation Comment
  like CosmosCoin and FlorinCoin
  
- 0.0001 transaction fee
  a small fee to pay
  miners will still have incomes after all coin has been mined
  
- 60 seconds block time
  minimize orphans
  
- Trade confirm: 3, Mine confirm: 30
  fast transcation
  
- 5 coins per block
  Day generation: 7200 coins or 1440 blocks, stable reward after 5 days of launch
  
- Total number of coins 1500000000 (1.5 billion)
  enough to mine over 570 years

- Diff re-targets every block
  no more afraid of coin-hoppers
  
- Slow start
  Block 1-1440 = 1 coin
  Block 1441-2880 = 2 coins
  Block 2881-4320 = 3 coins
  Block 4321-5760 = 4 coins
  Block from 5761 = 5 coins

- port: Connection: 8512 and RPC Port:18512 
  start mining now!!

Website

http://bountycoin.oicp.net

Download

Windows Binaries: https://bountycoin.codeplex.com/releases

Source Code: https://github.com/bountycoin/BountyCoin

Getting Started (Windows)

  1. Start up BountyCoin-qt, wait for it to load, then exit.
  2. Put BountyCoin.conf (see sample file below) in your C:/Users/(computerusername)/Appdata/Roaming/BountyCoin
  3. Restart BountyCoin-qt, and you should connect and sync.
  4. For solo mining, launch CPU miner or GPU miner
  5. Solo example: minerd.exe -a sha256d -o 127.0.0.1:18512 -O (username):(password)

Getting Started (Mac)

  1. Start up BountyCoin-qt, wait for it to load, then exit.
  2. Put BountyCoin.conf (see sample file below) in your ~/Library/Application Support/BountyCoin/
  3. Restart BountyCoin-qt, and you should connect and sync.
  4. For solo mining, launch CPU miner
  5. Solo example: ./minerd -a sha256d -o 127.0.0.1:18512 -O (username):(password)

Sample BountyCoin.conf:

listen=1
daemon=1
server=1
rpcuser=(username)
rpcpassword=(password)
rpcport=18512
rpcconnect=127.0.0.1
addnode=bountycoin.oicp.net
addnode=223.197.12.178
addnode=199.71.215.196
addnode=216.24.205.232
addnode=andarazoroflove.org
addnode=kadaplace.com
addnode=1.93.42.40