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BUCK

Buck 4.0.0 - The Future of Cryptocurrency

Keep running wallet to strengthen the Buck network. Backup your wallet in many locations & keep your coins wallet offline.

BUCK

Project site: https://BUCK.red

  • Block Explorers:

  • Type: Cryptocurrency

  • Ticker: BUCK

  • Algo: Equihash (200,9)

  • Max supply: 1 Billion BUCK coins

  • Target block creation rate:

    • 1,000 BUCK coins every 150 seconds up to block 500,000
    • 500 BUCK coins every 150 seconds up to block 560,000
    • 250 BUCK coins every 75 seconds after block 560,000 - 1,440,000
    • 125 BUCK coins every 75 seconds after block 1,440,000 - 2,440,000
  • Current block size: 2MB every 75 seconds

  • Technology: Zcash

  • Protocols:

    • Overwinter
    • Blossom
    • Heartwood
  • DEV fees or taxes: None

Buck Principles:

  • All contributors are welcome

As a miner you should not use the biggest pools to follow main principles.

  • Easy to mine: Equihash algorithm.

Roadmap

  • Linux build - (COMPLETED)
  • Linux CLI binaries - (COMPLETED)
  • Windows build - (COMPLETED)
  • Windows CLI binaries - (COMPLETED)
  • Windows GUI wallet - (COMPLETED)
  • Mac build - (COMPLETED)
  • Mac CLI binaries - (COMPLETED)
  • Mac GUI Wallet - (COMPLETED)
  • Linux ARM CLI binaries - (COMPLETED)

Ports:

  • RPC port: 5739
  • P2P port: 5749

Install

Linux

Get dependencies

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

Install

# 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=165.227.123.242
addnode=202.181.27.3
addnode=136.33.111.57
addnode=34.83.236.138
addnode=104.199.207.36
addnode=96.30.196.44
addnode=136.33.111.57
addnode=84.234.52.190
addnode=76.110.75.137
addnode=52.14.3.137
addnode=159.89.40.161
addnode=45.55.35.219
# 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

Security Warnings

Buck is experimental and a work-in-progress. Use at your own risk.