Litebar was designed to be a storage of wealth in the same way BitBar is.
Litebar is the silver to Bitbar's gold
LiteBar is a digital commodity reared out of Litecoin.
Similar to Litecoin, LiteBar is a open-source, uses p2p technology in order to function without any central authority, and relies on Scrypt algorithm as Proof of Work (POW).
LTB is now on the vote list, once 5,000,000 is reached it will listed as soon as it's synced.
Check the active LTB / UNO market
So I'm tired of the constant interruptions of those rude, non Litebar wallets connecting.
It causes the the wallet to 'think' there are blocks to download, and makes the pools stop working.
So I updated the wallet to only connect to wallets with "Litebar" in the subversion.
The only downside is the people who haven't updated their wallet will get disconnected too.
Hopefully they will look around and find the answer to why they can't connect...
github source is updated.
Windows Windows QT wallet v04_3_005
copied from a 'different' thread:
Litebar is just getting hammered by the profit switching pools.
They jump on with 1.5GH and drive the difficulty up, then they switch to something else.
With the difficulty being so high, the smaller pools have to work for 6 to 12 hours just to find one block.
That's 6 to 12 hours (some times more) that the blockchain doesn't move, causing havoc with people trying to move their litebars around.
I'm thinking of adding PoS (proof of stake) to litebar, so when the chain stops the pos transactions will keep the chain going.
A small pos amount like 6% annual should interest (ha-ha) people in keeping their wallets open to stake, but not add to much in cap growth, keeping the price from dropping.
Any body have any comments or suggestions regarding addind PoS, or the 6% annual idea ??
LiteBar Network Hashrate: 2.20 TH/s
I hope they aren't planning on moving their LTB's anytime soon.
they jacked the difficulty up to 1,629.8466
nobody is going to be finding a block anytime soon - unless they can through 2 TH/s on it.