New Game to Win OKCash (orig thread): http://okcashtalk.org/index.php/topic,1897.0.html
Play the New Mafia Game, win inGame currency that you can convert into OKCash!
Hello everyone, i'd like to announce a faucet with a twist i've been working on
An old school text bases mafia game.
Make friends, join together as a family and fight each other. Hire some fancy ladies to make money for you, do some crimes, etc. All this you can do in the game.
However, the game currency can be exchanged for OKCash, HZ and BURST
So as i said...faucet with a twist...
You can invite your friends, brother/sister, grandma, neighbor and they can have a little fun and play a game and earn some free coins while doing do.
I'm working on a variety of tutorials so that people unfamiliar to crypto can learn about it straight from the game.
Work in progress, but should be done in a few days.
That's it folks!
Join us on the fun at http://www.silvermafia.net/
Join http://discord.me/cryptocurrency to show off your stats over the #gaming room !
New OK exchange (orig thread): http://okcashtalk.org/index.php/topic,1914.0.html
Visit the ROKOS website at: http://rokos.space
ROKOS v7 "Core" for Pine64+ IoT Devices Released. Full Bitcoin OK Clients, nodes and much more. Faster, Easier, Stronger.
We've seen new services selling "stake miners" or pi "fullnodes" for different amounts of bitcoin ranging from 200 USD to 982 USD, we support the new technology and uses for cryptocurrencies in the Raspberry Pi , Bananapi, Pine64+ and IoT environments, hence we came up with a Free solution for every IoT enthusiast, developer, user, service that want to use their IoT devices with Bitcoin and OK, or that would like to turn their Pi into a Staking device, It already integrates a fully functional Bitcoin Client and full node as well to provide the users with the best and easier Out of the Box experience, and to be the perfect toolbox for developers.
The First OS image release that merges the full power of Raspberry Pi zero, 2, 3, Banana Pi PRO, Pine64+ & IoT Devices with Bitcoin OK and Cryptocurrencies:
- ROKOS v7 "core" comes with integrated OK and Bitcoin Client / node and OpenBazaar server.
v7 "core" Release (Pine64+) Oct 28 2016
- Full burnable OS Compatible with the Raspberry Pi, Pine64+, BananaPi and IoT devices.
- Full System / Programs Upgrade.
- Full Design Upgrade.
- Chrome browser added.
- Java Dev Tools.
- Easier to Use mod Update.
- Security and Optimization Update.
- Includes Qt and complete set of Dev tools (For developers)
- Works with other cryptocurrencies.
- 1024 mb swap mod.
- Updated Bitcoin client / node v0.13.0 with full functionality.
- Updated OKCash client / node v188.8.131.52 with full Stake functionality, private messages.
- Updated OpenBazaar server.
- Custom Login and Wallpapers.
- BTC and OK nodes at /usr/local/bin/
- Easy Clients / Nodes Upgrades.
- Custom OK-Scripts to ease the user experience.
- Direct access to the Clients Via: Task bar and Menu > Blockchain.
- ZIP file - Compression: 2.2 Gb image to download (Pine64+).
- nodejs included.
ROKOS v7 "core" for Pine64+ :
- Pine64+ - ready for download
- Raspberry Pi zero, 2, 3. - coming update
- Banana Pi PRO - coming update
- Min 16gb SD card and an External device (usb / hdd / ssd). To sync the BTC chain on the external device instead of the SD card, BTC chain alone is around 60gb.
- Security updates.
- Chain Updates.
- More Cryptocurrencies are integrated for an Out of the Box experience in a different version called ROKOS FLAVORS.
- Designs Updates.
- More wallets, programs or features, based on users/communities/developers feedback, support and/or cross collaborations.
User: pi / Password: rokos , follow normal setup.
a) Login and open a terminal.
b) type: sudo ./resize-sdcard.sh (this will resize and use all the space from the SD card)
c) System ready for use.
Extra info command to auto-sync the OKCash chain in minutes:
a) Open terminal.
b) type: ./ok-sync-arm64.sh (this will download and unzip the latest ok-blockchain snapshot to the okcash datafolder for Pine64+ devices)
c) start your wallet after the process is done and give it some minutes.
d) your OK wallet is ready to be used.
Done, enjoy your ROKOS v7
*BananaPi PRO: (v7 update coming up)
*Raspberry Pi: (v7 update coming up)
a) Go to Menu > Blockchain and Click on the Bitcoin Wallet
This will open the Bitcoin wallet with the option to select where we will be saving the BTC chain.
*For BTC the initial sync will take some days, wallets are fully usable after being fully Synchronized.
b) Always remember to make constant backups of your wallets and save them in USB or external media.
Use your Bitcoin wallet to plug HW and mine BTC, Send/Receive Bitcoin,
become a full node and support the Bitcoin network, develop new applications,
etc, the limit is only in your imagination.
Important Security Notice:
*) Remember to create a backup for your Wallets, you can use the wallets to create them and save in different folders on a USB device.
You should ALWAYS have a backup of your wallet, Pine64+, Raspberry Pi and IoT Hardware, Debian and ROKOS Software are under development hence not responsible for missuses, electrical or compatibility issues that might cause a loss of information. It is as secure as one's ability to take care for it, same as a computer, so always have a backup of your wallets on an external device.
*) Some people tend to recommend getting a 128Gb MicroSD HC (High speed) , at the same time it does work, We do not recommend this solution, as microSD cards tend to get corrupted by the number of overwrites, to ensure the best functionality and security you should use an external HDD/USB storage device to store the chain.
You can start testing and developing new integration with the Bitcoin and OK Tech for your IoT projects.
Original thread: http://okcashtalk.org/index.php/topic,1920.0.html
Video - OKCash for your business
Here is a little video I made so you can easily explain to businesses in a fast and simple way what Okcash is exactly.
Kareem Maize did the voice over for the video and the plan is to release it in all other important languages soon hope you like it.
original thread: http://okcashtalk.org/index.php/topic,9.0.html
OK wallet v184.108.40.206-core v4 Utopia - Released
OK Wallets v220.127.116.11 core
Utopia (/juːˈtoʊpiə/ yoo-TOH-pee-ə) is an imagined ideal community or society that possesses highly desirable or nearly perfect qualities. Utopian ideals often place emphasis on egalitarian principles of equality in economics, government and justice, though by no means exclusively, with the method and structure of proposed implementation varying based on ideology.
Change List 30-Oct-2016 v18.104.22.168-core v4 Utopia
Qset updt (imp / fix)
New Linux Easy Installers (imp / adopt)
Linux desktop files (imp / maint)
Protocol update (security / maint)
Instructions for previous clients:
Close your OKCash client, replace it with the v22.214.171.124 Okcash files , open your client, done.
(Windows users can use the easy installer to install latest update on top of the old version)
(Linux users can use the easy installer to install latest update on top of the old version)
Hey everyone! We are gearing up for the 2nd Anniversary of OKCash! Last year, we did a thunderclap. We reached 101 supporters, and reached over 290,000 people on facebook and twitter! We are doing this again, and hope to make it even bigger! As of writing this, we are already past 16 supporters, and a social reach of 273,000 people!
We need your help! Sign up for the thunderclap! Let me know over on discord you signed up and i'll tip you some OKCash. We will be doing periodic rains leading up to the thunderclap, and on the actually birthday, November 24th, we'll be doing huuuge rains! It will be important you are there and active!
original thread: http://okcashtalk.org/index.php/topic,1959.0.html
Okcash Cold Storage
One of the most popular options for keeping your Okcash safe is something called an OK paper wallet.
Here you will learn how to transfer all those digital coins into a physical paper form using just a printer.
What is an OK paper wallet and why do I need one?
An Okcash wallet consists of two ‘keys’. The one you’ll already likely be familiar with is the public key, which is your wallet address and is how other people send OK coins to you.
The other part of your Okcash wallet is the private key. It is this that enables you to send OK to other people.
The combination of the recipient’s public key and your private key is what makes a cryptocurrency transaction possible.
It is important to understand that, if anyone else obtains the private key of your wallet,
they can withdraw your funds – this is why it’s absolutely essential that nobody else discovers it.
So, if you keep your coins in either an online wallet, or a hard-drive-based software wallet,
you are vulnerable to attacks by hackers or malware that can log your keystrokes.
Furthermore, a stolen PC or a hard-drive crash could also see you waving bye-bye to your digital treasure.
Used with care, a paper wallet can protect you from these possibilities.
What is an OK paper wallet?
A paper wallet is a document that contains copies of the public and private keys that make up a wallet.
Often it will have QR codes, so that you can quickly scan them and add the keys into a software wallet to make a transaction.
The benefit of a paper wallet is that the keys are not stored digitally anywhere,
and are therefore not subject to cyber-attacks or hardware failures.
The disadvantage of a paper wallet is that paper and ink can degrade,
and paper is relatively fragile – it’s definitely worth keeping well away from fire and water for obvious reasons.
Furthermore, if you lose a paper wallet, you’ll never be able to access the OK coins sent to its address.
How to create an Okcash paper wallet
Here are 10 steps needed to create an OK paper wallet:
1.- To generate a new Okcash address, open https://okcashpro.github.io/okcash.paperwallets/ in your browser.
2.- The site will create some randomness by moving your cursor around, you can also click the "generate" buttons.
3.- You will be presented with your public and private keys and their respective QR codes. Do not scan these.
4.- Click the ‘Paper wallet’ tab.
5.- Select the number of addresses to generate.
6.- If you don’t wish to keep the Okcash artwork, click the ‘Hide art?’ button.
7.- Click the ‘Generate’ button to create new wallets.
8.- Once the wallets are generated, click the ‘Print’ button to make a hard copy.
9.- Your browser will ask you to select the printer you wish to use. In the case of Google Chrome, you may also save the page as a PDF file.
10.- Make a note of the public addresses, or scan the public address QR code in your Okcash app and start depositing funds.
** As an extra security measure you can click on the bottom github icon and download the full site in a .zip file to generate your OK paper wallets locally or offline.
original thread: http://okcashtalk.org/index.php/topic,1960.0.html
It's time for a little Xmas contest!
1. Choose your 3 favorite OK paperwallet designs (https://okcashpro.github.io/okcash.paperwallets/)
2. Generate addresses and print them (best experience with 3 addresses on 1 page)
3. Now take a pic of your wallets on Xmas tree or Xmas theme
4. Post them on http://okcashtalk.org/index.php/topic,1960.0.html with your OKCash address and receive 10 OKCash!
5. Be ready to reveal the winners and win on December 24th !
1. 5000 OKCash
2. 3000 OKCash
3. 2000 OKCash
Since 2014, the OkCash community has grown a lot. It grew in users and contributors/core members. With that being said, OK wants its community to know more about what is going on behind the desk. Our monthly news will include new projects, new updates, update on our tutorials and pretty much everything regarding our coin evolution.
This might be our first monthly article, but it’s far from being the very first article about OkCash made by its team. You can read the articles on medium at OkcashNews. These articles reflect the spirit of OkCash, the potential and what it really is and an easy way to understand it. There’s also a Christmas article about Bitcoin and OkCash up on medium, which talks about how cryptocurrencies can be a good Christmas gift for your friends and loved ones.
November has been a busy month. With the release of the ROKOS v7 Core that has been made on the 31st of October. You can read about what ROKOS is here. The wallet was also only available for Ubuntu 14, but Oktoshi worked hard to make it available for Ubuntu 16 as well. There was also a new wallet version released (126.96.36.199). With all these updates and with ROKOS v7 released, new tutorials have been recorded and typed to help everyone that encounters any problem with installer or compiling and building their wallets on windows, Ubuntu 14 and 16. Textual tutorials have also been made for ROKOS. Every tutorial can be found in our newly created OK Tutorials Library. Thanks to shbour for making the tutorials. French tutorials are on their way, along with Portuguese tutorials.
Demartini, one of our devs, created an Okcash Price Ticker for chrome. You can set which exchange you want it to look at. Have easy access to the block explorer, OK website and many more options. You have download and read about the Okcash Price Ticker here. Talking about OkCash website, oktoshi has set up a new website backup mirror for okcash.co and there was a design update on our forum website at okcashtalk.org. Also, an easy place to follow all halving date and approximate time of okcash has been created at http://okcashblockhalf.com. One of our dev/tech, greenbigfrog, have updated all the AUR packages and desktop files for the new okcash wallet and updates that have been made recently. There’s also a simple GitHub tutorial on how to call OkCash’s API using PHP, that was made by Oktoshi.
OkCash has been officially funded to be added to the Noble mobile wallet, make sure to update your Noble wallet to be the first ones to be able to have their OK on Noble. OK also made a video about OkCash to explain how useful it can be for businesses, how to accept OkCash and the benefits for everyday people. OK have been added to BTCpop exchange, which also allows you to stake your OK on their platform, so that you don’t have to run your own wallet at home, as well as trading and other things you can learn about over there. To help spread the word and to the world the OK message, the very first OK flyer has been created by @rnz. It is small, colorful and can easily catch your eye.
OK would also like to welcome and introduce you to our new head of “Free energy research department”. Kultus is a great man that has been studying many ways to make free electricity. His main project is the Atmo motor (Atmospheric motor), which consists of harvesting the electricity that is in the air 24/7 to run itself on. You can read more about his research here.
Our 2nd birthday, which happened on the 25th of November, that was announced on thunderclap was a great success. With more than 110 people that signed in and more than 650,000 people reached. During that event, our discord channel was flooded with activity. We met new interesting people and had a great time. There was an approximate 18,000 OK that was soaked and rained throughout the day. To celebrate our birthday, Bitcoindood had an interview with Oktoshi on a few things involving OkCash including side projects and some bits of future projects. I recommend you to have a look at it. OkCash has also been added to the revex cryptocurrency and exchange review website. You can have a look at our review and read a few feedbacks here.
The OK paper wallet has been officially released on the 6th of December 2016. All wallets can be found on the website Oktoshi has created exclusively for it. A tutorial about how to import your paper wallet private key to your online wallet will be made in the following weeks of this article. Also, CGB, also known as Crypto German Bro, started a contest valued at 10,000 OK for who will upload the best Christmas themed picture with their paper wallet. You can read the details on our forum.
See you on our next DYOR community dev update! Print out your OK paper wallets, give the best present to family and friends in an eternal gift like Okcash. Have an Happy Holidays for those who celebrates it and Happy new year.
OK Price Ticker:
OK Halving Tracker:
AUR Okcash-git (GUI) https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/okcash-git/
AUR Okcashd-git (daemon)https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/okcashd-git/
Noble Fundraising Website:
OkCash for your Business (Video):
First OK Flyer:
Kultus Main Webpage:
OK Anniversary Thunderclap result:
Interview from Bitcoindood with Oktoshi:
OK Paper Wallet:
10,000 OK Contest Info:
original thread: http://okcashtalk.org/index.php/topic,1969.0.html
original thread: http://okcashtalk.org/index.php/board,6.0.html
original thread: http://okcashtalk.org/index.php/topic,1972.0.html
Thread on OKT: http://okcashtalk.org/index.php/topic,1974.0.html
original thread: http://okcashtalk.org/index.php/topic,1976.0.html
OK Economy 2.0
Hello my loved OKcash community!
2016 was a great year for OKCash, and 2017 OKCash will continue making history
For that we got alot of things ins store.
Besides the great development progress at the different projects like OK Embassy and OKMap there are some other goals to achieve.
For that we will have to work together and try to collect as many donations as possible to make it happen
We will need to collect around 5 BTC to get integrated in the following projects and to get things done:
Thank you very much for every donation and for you beeing a part of the OKcash community