Buck - The Future of Cryptocurrency
Keep running wallet to strengthen the Buck network. Backup your wallet in many locations & keep your coins wallet offline.
Project site: https://Buck.red
Block Explorer: https://Explorer.Buck.red
- Type: Cryptocurrency
- Ticker: BUCK
- Algo: Equihash
- Max supply: 1 Billion coins
- Target block creation rate: 1000 coins every 2.5 minutes
- Current block size is similar to BCC/BCH (BUCK = 2MB every 2.5 mins ~ BCC/BCH = 8MB every 10 min)
- Technology: ZeroCoin / Zcash
- Anonymous: It is recommended to use an anonymous zaddr for all transactions. Public taddrs transactions are also allowed.
- All contributors are welcome
As a miner you should not use the biggest pools to follow main principles.
- Easy to mine: Equihash algorithm. You can use your Desktop PC to mine Buck. Most profitable is GPU mining.
- Windows build - (COMPLETED)
- Windows GUI wallet - (COMPLETED)
- RPC port: 5739
- P2P port: 5749
sudo apt-get install \ build-essential pkg-config libc6-dev m4 g++-multilib \ autoconf libtool ncurses-dev unzip git python \ zlib1g-dev wget bsdmainutils automake curl
# First, install prerequisites listed above. # Download the github repository git clone https://github.com/BuckCoin/buck.git # Depending on your setup you may need to modify permissions (OPTIONAL) chmod -R +x buck/ # Change directories to the newly created buck directory cd buck # Build the Buck application ./zcutil/build.sh -j$(nproc) # Fetch keys necessary for Buck ./zcutil/fetch-params.sh # Change to one folder lower (your user home folder) cd .. # Create a folder named .buck mkdir .buck # Change to the .buck directory cd .buck # Create a new file named buck.conf nano buck.conf # Insert the following into the new buck.conf file addnode=126.96.36.199 addnode=188.8.131.52 addnode=184.108.40.206 addnode=220.127.116.11 addnode=18.104.22.168 addnode=22.214.171.124 addnode=126.96.36.199 addnode=188.8.131.52 addnode=184.108.40.206 addnode=220.127.116.11 addnode=18.104.22.168 addnode=22.214.171.124 # To save this new file, hit CTRL-X, then Y to save new file. # Change back to your home folder cd .. # Start Buck ~/buck/src/zcashd # The node will download blocks. You are now running a Buck node and wallet! # Optional # If you want to run Buck in the background, start buck with the -daemon flag: ~/buck/src/zcashd -daemon # To stop Buck safely if it is running in daemon, close the application with zcash-cli stop zcash-cli stop
$ docker build -t buck/buck .
Create a data directory on your local drive and create a buck.conf config file
$ mkdir -p /ops/volumes/buck/data $ touch /ops/volumes/buck/data/buck.conf $ chown -R 999:999 /ops/volumes/buck/data
Create buck.conf config file and run the application
$ docker run -d --name buck-node \ -v buck.conf:/buck/data/buck.conf \ -p 5749:5749 -p 127.0.0.1:5739:5739 \ buck/buck
Verify buck-node is running
$ docker ps CONTAINER ID IMAGE COMMAND CREATED STATUS PORTS NAMES 31868a91456d buck/buck "zcashd --datadir=..." 2 hours ago Up 2 hours 127.0.0.1:5739->5739/tcp, 0.0.0.0:5749->5749/tcp buck-node
Follow the logs
docker logs -f buck-node
The cli command is a wrapper to zcash-cli that works with an already running Docker container
docker exec -it buck-node cli help
Using a Dockerfile
If you'd like to have a production btc/buck image with a pre-baked configuration file, use of a Dockerfile is recommended:
FROM buck/buck COPY buck.conf /buck/data/buck.conf
Then, build with
docker build -t my-buck . and run.
Buck is experimental and a work-in-progress. Use at your own risk.