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Welcome to the iBitHub Blockchain Project!

                    Max Supply of just 21 Million!

Merge Mine Dogecoin (DOGE) when your Mining iBitHub (IBH)

  Find iBitHub ( IBH ) at
     ♨️ ♨️ IBH / BTC - Crypto Market ♨️ ♨️


  “It might make sense just to get some in case it catches on.”

               — Satoshi Nakamoto


More Information

The iBitHub project is formed by a dedicated team based in the US. Formed by blockchain enthusiasts, the project complies with relevant laws and didn’t carry out an ICO for funding. Their aim is to drive adoption in the United States and help people understand the benefits of distributed ledger technology. Specifically, iBitHub is registered, complying with the rules and regulations set out by the state of Wyoming. This makes iBH, the native currency of the iBitHub blockchain, a true United States Digital Currency.

iBitHub is a Blockchain Technology, cloned from Litecoin. iBH is a Pure-Passion-Project technology that has been running since 2018. Most projects have raised Millions or even Billions from investors, but iBH is like Bitcoin, where Satoshi Nakamoto did not have an ICO. This puts iBH in a different category than many cryptocurrency projects.

Technology is all about Passion. The passion for research and to find solutions that are different, yet efficient, simple to use, and cheap. Cost and necessities can be one of the main drives for Innovation. This is when existing solutions are improved to slash costs or make the user experience better.

When Satoshi was Forced to create Bitcoin, he did it out of Passion. His aim was to solve a problem: To cut out banks and to empower people to be their own bank as the world’s banking system caved in at the height of the Great Financial Crisis. The same passion is behind iBitHub.

"So I had to do some reverse engineering and managed to  create the genesis block on 10/7/11."

                                 — Charlie Lee

iBitHub [IBH] Source Code


iBitHub is released under the terms of the MIT license. See LICENSE for more information or see

Development Process

The master branch is regularly built and tested, but is not guaranteed to be completely stable. GitHub


Testing and code review is the bottleneck for development; we get more pull requests than we can review and test on short notice. Please be patient and remember this is a security-critical project where any mistake might cost people lots of money.


Specification Value
Protocol PoW (proof of Work)
Algorithms scrypt
Blocktime 5 Minutes
Total Supply 21,000,000 IBH
RPC port 2333
P2P port 2333
pre-mine N/A


Block Number Reward
0 to 210,000 50 coin block reward ✔️
210,000 to 420,000 25 coin block reward ✔️
420,000 to 630,000 12.5 coin block reward ✔️
630,000 to 840,000 6.25 coin block reward
840,000 to 1,050,000 3.125 coin block reward
1,050,000 to 1,260,000 1.5625 coin block reward
1,260,000 to 1,470,000 0.78125 coin block reward
1,470,000 to 1,680,000 0.390625 coin block reward
1,680,000 to 1,890,000 0.1953125 coin block reward
1,890,000 to 2,310,000 0.09765625 coin block reward
2,310,000 to 2,520,000 0.048828125 coin block reward




Binary (pre-compiled) wallets are available on all platforms at https:/

Note: Important! Only download pre-compiled wallets from the official iBitHub website or official Github repos.


We believe in keeping iBitHub free and open. Any donations to help fuel the development effort are greatly appreciated! 😄

  • Address for donations in iBitHub (IBH): iNj1PseWjpLQ6Ye34X5z5NroDtiLpqKw98
  • Address for donations in Bitcoin (BTC): 1Cu2HNPGo3fZquDzuwsNLPbAMiP8aKHJ8E

Special Shout Outs

HUGE THANKS to the LEGENDS that help make iBitHub possible.

Please do not report security vulnerabilities publicly.

How to report a bug

Code issues

Since we are a 100% open-source project we strongly prefer if you create a pull-request on Github in the proper repository with the necessary fix.

Alternatively, If you would like to make a suggestion regarding a potential fix please send an email to

Security-related issues

Contact the developers privately by sending an e-mail to with the details of the issue. Do not post the issue on github or anywhere else until the issue has been resolved.