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▲ TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Initial Swap Fund: 8,300,000 ▲ MOIN (10:1 with MoinCoin)
Unclaimed Coins Burned: 3,568,555 ▲ MOIN
Supply Cap: 21,000,000 ▲ MOIN
Block Time: 64 Seconds
Difficulty Retarget: Every Block
Stake Rewards: 10% (PoS v3.0)
Min Transaction Fee: 0.0001 ▲ MOIN
Min Pvt Transaction Fee: 0.001 ▲ MOIN
PoS Min Stake Time: 8 hours
Max Stake Time: Unlimited
Transactions: 10 confirmations
P2P port: 7997 RPC port: 7996
Testnet P2P port: 17997 RPC port: 17996
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▲ COMMUNITY WEBSITE moinmovement.org
MOIN is now on the voting list, once 5,000,000 is reached it will be listed as soon as it's synced.
I don't see it on the dot voting list?
MOIN v220.127.116.11 - Mandatory update
Proof of Stake v3
The new wallet implements Blackcoin's PoS v3 from block 282500. There will be 10% static inflation of the total current supply (minus the 3,568,555 MOIN burned after the swap), so the new static stake reward will begin at around 1.26 MOIN per block and increase from there. This means around 1700 MOIN per day will be split between those actively staking. The centralized checkpoint server has been removed.
Hierarchical Deterministic Wallets
Hierarchical deterministic wallets allow you to backup and restore all keys in a wallet from a single seed. The seed is presented to the user in the form of a 24 word mnemonic using common English words.
More information: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Deterministic_wallet
All in, the v18.104.22.168 update incorporates enhancements from four Bitcoin Improvement Proposals:
BIP-0032 Hierarchical Deterministic Wallets
BIP-0039 Mnemonic code for generating deterministic keys
BIP-0044 Multi-Account Hierarchy for Deterministic Wallets
Feature releases are likely to include features built upon them.
The release also includes a fix to a deanonymization vulnerability as well as other bug fixes and optimizations too numerous to mention. The majority of this comes by way of SDC, BLK and BTC, so our thanks to them.
If you haven't already, please make a backup of your wallet.dat before upgrading. There will be a reindex on first launch which will take maybe 10-15 minutes and after which the wallet will close. You can then open the wallet and resume using it as normal.
This is a mandatory update as there will be a hard fork at block 282500 (around July 1st) for the switch to PoS v3.
Thanks for your continued support and enjoy.
New Wallet UI Design
The new MOIN wallet features a completely overhauled UI based on crz's wonderfully designed SDC Umbra client, with a few minor customizations including some nice new status icons from axllht. I think, as with previous versions, we'll continue to put our own stamp on it design-wise over time. In particular axhllt had some good ideas using design elements from the previous client that it would be nice to incorporate.
Encrypted Messenger Upgrade
The second big change in this release is a major upgrade to the decentralized encrypted messenger. The UI has been refined as part of the overall redesign and support for smileys has been added as well as the ability to hold group chats. Gravicons are assigned per MOIN address to make it easier to tell group participants apart if you don't yet have their addresses in your address book. I already have some ideas about we might incorporate it into The Platform.
Other News and Resources
I'm happy to announce that axllht has officially joined Jookly, crz and myself on the MOIN team. He's been a great help in the development and testing of the latest client and we're very glad to have him on board!
The official block explorer has been updated to the latest version of Iquidus, which adds Network (sample of recently active nodes) and Movement (list of sizable transactions) tabs.
The OP in the thread's been updated too - dead links removed, MOIN Team section and links to Nova Exchange added. Crz has recently said he still intends to create MOIN Lite (newcomer friendly, low-resource wallet spin). While there's no time frame for it, I'm very excited about it. The roadmap has been updated to reflect this and our current working goals.
I've also created a new Github repo which is updated with an up to date bootstrap.dat file every 24 hours and added a file which is updated every 6 hours with a list of current active nodes to discovermoin.com.
As I've mentioned before, I was a bit pushed for time during the earlier part of the year due to a change in my personal circumstances, but for the next few months it's nothing but MOIN. I'm glad to get back to it.
Join us on IRC (#moin-crypto) or Slack if you've any questions or feedback and thank you all for your contributions, enthusiasm and support.
Fortnightly Sunday Update #14
Hello out there Moin cryptommunity. I figured since this is my first time giving and being responsible for the fortnightly update I would start it off by just saying so. So what happened in the last two weeks with Moin?
The team has been working on getting the r/MOIN subreddit prepared for its grand opening. Axllht has been beautifying it to match the new websites style. I have been getting a tipbot ready for the subreddit. Everyone has been pitching in to test the bot. It will be great to open this subreddit to the public when it is ready. I am really looking forward to it!
What Is KingCaper Doing?
Whats the big guy up stairs doing? This week he has needed to take time to work on a non-roadmapped task that will bring a host of benefits to Moin as we continue in to development of THE PLATFORM. I will leave it at that and up to him for revealing details on this when the time is right.
Moin Community Contributors League
We had a really constructive discussion through the unified Moin chats about the need for more marketing and community engagement. One actionable item we landed on is the resurgence of something older moiniacs might remember from when we were mostly on irc. The idea is the Moin Community Contributors League. The basic idea is to have weekly competition and rewards for promoting Moin. We will reveal more details on this soon.
The second item that came out of our discussion was that we can offer bounties for specific projects, then have people sign up for and accomplish those projects. We will begin facilitating this process soon. A couple examples of the types of bounties we are talking about here might begetting an article written about Moin or getting a really tight t-shirt design made. We still have coins that should go to a T-shirt designer. We will figure out how to make this happen.
Gun bae! -Jookly