PIVX PIVX

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As this effects our custom Zerocoin implementation, we recom...

As this effects our custom Zerocoin implementation, we recommend all PIVX forks to temporarily disable Zerocoin via… https://t.co/OvyAZqF6et

3 days ago

PIVX 3.2 wallet will include multiple industry firsts. Zero...

PIVX 3.2 wallet will include multiple industry firsts. Zerocoin Precomputed Proofs Zerocoin Light Node Protocol Ze… https://t.co/Ir3SdXN9pm

5 days ago

Crypto Converter OnePageX Adds Support for Privacy Coin PIVX

Privacy coin PIVX (Private Instant Verified Transaction) has been added to crypto converter OnePageX. “Convert DASH, XMR, BTC, LTC, STEEM, and others to PIVX quickly,” stated OnePageX in a tweet. OnePageX supports more than 140 cryptocurrencies and does not require user registrations. Separately, crypto hardware security wallet Trezor announced that it has added support for PIVX in addition to other ERC20 tokens Komodo and NIX on its Trezor One device. The Trezor Model T device added support for XRP as a result of firmware update 2.1.0. (GT)

10 days ago

French Government Set To Ban Private Cryptos Like Monero & Dash

According to the latest reports, the Finance Committee of France’s National Assembly have suggested that they could look to ban privacy based cryptocurrencies, meaning cryptos like Monero, Dash and Bitcoin Private could soon be ruled out under French law. This isn’t the first time we have seen states try to outlaw private coins, it does seem that the global consensus for cryptocurrency is positive, until governments start to consider the real privacy focused projects, they obviously don’t want to hand over total control to the masses... In a report published by the committee, Éric Woerth, the Minister of Budget and Labour has said: “We must be aware of the problems that cryptocurrencies can pose in terms of fraud, tax evasion, money laundering or fraud, or energy consumption. It would also have been appropriate to propose a ban on the dissemination and trade in cryptocurrencies built to ensure complete anonymity by preventing any identification procedure by design...This is the case for a certain number of (Monero, PIVX, DeepOnion, Zcash...) whose purpose is to bypass any possibility of identifying the holders. To date, regulation has not gone that far.” Privacy focused coins work like traditional cryptocurrencies, though they pay special attention to ensuring that the privacy of users is always maintained. Cryptos like Bitcoin, though transactions are anonymous, can eventually be traced by looking at wallet movements and transactions on the block explorer. Privacy coins reduce the level of exposure within this to ensure total decentralisation, meaning that traders and investors using privacy tokens are virtually untraceable. Whilst this sounds great, it does propose other problems, such as increased exposure to hacks, ransomware and other criminal activities, this is why governments on an international level are concerned about cryptocurrencies. With regards to France, we don’t expect the government to issue a blanket ban on private-coins any time soon. Frankly it will be hard for the government to actually block private coins yet still allow for the trade and investment of other cryptocurrencies. The case is that if they want to stop private coins, they are going to need to block all cryptos in the first instance, surely, an economic power like France aren’t going to do that?

11 days ago

Best PIVX (PIVX) Wallets for 2019

PIVX is a crypto-based on the Proof of Stake protocol which enables users to stake and run masternodes. After the implementation of the Zerocoin protocol, it became the first PoS currency ever to feature anonymous transactions. We will be looking at some of the best PIVX wallets that you can use to store this privacy-focused […]

11 days ago

French Finance Committee’s president calls for ban on anonymous cryptocurrencies

The Finance Committee of France’s National Assembly has prepared a report on crypto assets and blockchain with an introduction from Éric Woerth, the committee’s president. In the introduction, Woerth explains the Committee supports blockchain as it offers great innovation. However, he cautions against cryptocurrencies that provide complete anonymity to users. In fact, he proposes a ban on crypto assets designed to deliberately “prevent any possibility of identification of their holders,” giving the example of Monero, PIVX, DeepOnion and Zcash. He also discusses the illegal practices in which cryptocurrencies may be used. According to Woerth, “We must be aware of the problems that crypto-assets may pose in terms of fraud or tax evasion, money laundering or fraud, or energy consumption.” Woerth calls for national and international regulations that would promote transparency and security.

11 days ago

Latest Updates Bring New Architecture to Trezor One and Ripple Support to Model T.

CoinSpeaker Latest Updates Bring New Architecture to Trezor One and Ripple Support to Model T. Photo: Trezor Blog This time, our product updates are filled with advances in security, improvements to the existing features, and new support for long awaited coins. We are happy to announce that Ripple (XRP) is now available to be stored in Trezor Model T. Trezor One update was released last week, on Wednesday 27 February. Model T receives an update today, on Wednesday 6 March. Trezor One gets an update to firmware 1.8.0, and Trezor Model T is updated to firmware version 2.1.0. These updates will by default roll out daily to a randomly selected 20% of devices until all are patched. If you would like to instantly access the updates, please visit Beta Wallet. Trezor One, Firmware Update 1.8.0 In order to fix the security vulnerability announced in December, we have updated the way that Trezor One stores data so that it follows the more advanced, secure procedure followed by Model T. We are also currently in the process of backporting the modern, flexible, and functional code architecture from Model T to Trezor One, to ensure that Trezor One will always remain fully up-to-date. In addition to technological advancements, we’re also announcing new additions to the list of supported coins for Trezor One. From now on a new pack of ERC-20 tokens, including some of the best-known cryptocurrencies such as Komodo, PIVX, or NIX, are available on Trezor One. The developers of the newly added coins are now free to integrate Trezor with their wallets so you can store even more of your favorite cryptocurrencies in the original Trezor One. Trezor Model T, Firmware Update 2.1.0 The main news for Model T is definitely the coin listings. One of the biggest and best-known projects - Ripple - is now available in the Trezor Wallet interface, and you can store, send, and receive Ripple by using nothing but the Wallet. Ripple is currently available only in the Beta Wallet. But that’s not everything; our Wallet now contains a new tab that has been moved from Beta Wallet into our official Trezor Wallet. This tab allows you to buy cryptocurrencies by using your debit or credit card, and users based in Europe are able to use SEPA wire transfer as well. With 10 available exchanges to use you will be able to find the best market price available. In addition to these updates, our teams implemented new security improvements to make sure that your coins are protected at all times. If you would like to learn something new and read more about the technical details of these two updates, please read our security blog post. And if you’re a tech-savvy power user we would love for you to read our Dev Corner article about the latest firmware updates. About Trezor Created by SatoshiLabs in 2014, the Trezor One is the original and most trusted hardware wallet in the world. It offers unmatched security for cryptocurrencies, password management, and serves as the second factor in Two-Factor Authentication. These features combine with an interface that is easy to use whether you are a security expert or a brand new user. Trezor Model T is the next-generation hardware wallet, designed with the benefits of the original Trezor in mind, combined with a modern and intuitive interface for improved user experience and security. It features a touchscreen, faster processor, and advanced coin support, as well as all the features of the Trezor One. Latest Updates Bring New Architecture to Trezor One and Ripple Support to Model T.

12 days ago

PIVX is now supported on Trezor! The world's first secure ha...

PIVX is now supported on Trezor! The world's first secure hardware wallet. This makes PIVX supported on 2 of the mo… https://t.co/Yw49rci9lu

18 days ago

Verus Coin ...

Verus Coin https://t.co/54PuipjOZT Pirate https://t.co/wHw0IDKl3h PIVX https://t.co/65xwpQGUU0 Blocknet… https://t.co/ICv6mW3S0K

24 days ago

PIVX continues to spread worldwide.nice work, LATAM Ambassa...

PIVX continues to spread worldwide.nice work, LATAM Ambassadors! #global #beyondprivate https://t.co/irXqu75ivZ

a month ago

Happy Valentines Day! Join us today at 3pm EST/8pm GMT for ...

Happy Valentines Day! Join us today at 3pm EST/8pm GMT for our first PIVX Roundtable on "The Coin that Love Built!… https://t.co/3vRkUDAM0y

a month ago

New #PIVX #ROADMAPs are coming! Includes PIVX core wallet v...

New #PIVX #ROADMAPs are coming! Includes PIVX core wallet v3.2! It will improve #zPoS/#zPIV, help orphan rate red… https://t.co/LQRshfXyK5

a month ago

PIVX is the "Balm" at the @NHLibertyForum event! Thanks, @Sh...

PIVX is the "Balm" at the @NHLibertyForum event! Thanks, @ShireSoaps for spreading the Purple around! This event is… https://t.co/7LQ4W6DfQD

a month ago

PIVX core developer @furszy has released the first ever full...

PIVX core developer @furszy has released the first ever full Java port of Zerocoin protocol written from scratch. T… https://t.co/zZc9pDyBMh

a month ago

PIVX has been listed on a new Netherlands-based exchange @tx...

PIVX has been listed on a new Netherlands-based exchange @txbit_io. https://t.co/6hRqZDI7SK #cryptonews #txbit… https://t.co/cWSQJUdhRK

a month ago

PIVX has been listed as the fifth cryptocurrency on Dubai's ...

PIVX has been listed as the fifth cryptocurrency on Dubai's hybrid @HuulkE exchange. https://t.co/mKPT9I5Vuj… https://t.co/jcfBCWRH7g

a month ago

Learn how to set up a #PIVX #Masternode using the #SPMT (Sec...

Learn how to set up a #PIVX #Masternode using the #SPMT (Secure PIVX Masternode Tool) and a Nano Ledger on an ODROI… https://t.co/PerRVmJB4w

2 months ago

PIVX Sponsors The Strongest Man in Crypto, Luke Fullbrook

Privacy coin PIVX, which stands for Private Instant Verified Transaction, has partnered with professional strongman Luke Fullbrook. PIVX is sponsoring the strongman through the PIVXsports sponsorship program, which is dedicated to top athletes. Fullbrook, who has been competing for a decade, is in the strongman masters division and is considered England's strongest master. In the announcement, Fullbrook said that he chose PIVX because it is “a fresh, new and young company that is working in a new industry and looking at achieving great things.” PIVX, meanwhile, says they appreciate Fullbrook’s “strength, confidence, and power to get things done,” which they believe reflects their brand. The development has done little to lift the PIVX price today, which is down 7% to $0.76. (GT)

2 months ago

@vreten @7de9pk Being forked from PIVX is not the only crite...

@vreten @7de9pk Being forked from PIVX is not the only criteria which is related to the vulnerability, and also som… https://t.co/AaIAmgE5xo

2 months ago

We Want YOU... to Join the PIVX Team! PIVX Prose #2 This wee...

We Want YOU... to Join the PIVX Team! PIVX Prose #2 This week we encourage you to consider what it means to be apar… https://t.co/mboQT8rHVm

2 months ago

PIVX is now listed on Vinex Network, a new government regist...

PIVX is now listed on Vinex Network, a new government registered exchange in Singapore in BTC, ETH & USDT markets.… https://t.co/CxDbsJAVbw

2 months ago

Will this be the year of proof-of-stake coins?

There has been an increasing number of 51% attacks on proof-of-work (PoW) based cryptocurrency networks. In these types of attacks, a malicious entity is able to gain control of the majority (51% or greater) of a digital currency’s hashrate and can then potentially begin to engage in double spending. This occurs when the attacker spends the same funds on more than one occasion. 51% Attacks On Major Cryptocurrency Networks On January 5th, 2019, the San Francisco-based crypto exchange, Coinbase, detected a “deep chain reorganization” of the Ethereum Classic (ETC) blockchain. The leading US-based digital currency trading platform was forced to halt deposits and withdrawals due to “double spends, totaling 88,500 ETC”, an amount valued at approximately $460,000 at the time of the incident. On January 10th, 2019, a Reddit user named /taipalag posted a warning message claiming that a single entity was in control of over 51% of digital currency Dash’s (DASH) hashrate. The Redditor shared several DASH addresses (as detailed in his post) which appeared to be controlled by one person or a certain group of users. He wrote that these few addresses alone had been controlling well over 53% of the crypto’s hashrate. Notably, Dash and Ethereum Classic are both top 20 cryptocurrencies in terms of market capitalization. Although the developers of both these popular digital currencies claim they have things under control and will be working towards improving the security of their blockchains, we must take a step back and try to objectively evaluate these incidents. Will This Be The Year Of Proof-of-Stake Coins? While Bitcoin maximalists and many other prominent crypto analysts claim that proof-of-work is the most secure protocol for reaching distributed consensus, it’s possible that more users this year will begin to invest in proof-of-stake (PoS) based digital assets. Proponents of PoS argue that if block validators (called forgers) stake their cryptocurrency holdings, then they will be incentivized to accurately and efficiently verify transactions. That’s because they risk losing their staked amount if they act dishonestly. Those who support proof-of-stake also claim that it offers a greater level of security when compared to PoW. In this article, we shall look at three different PoS-based cryptocurrency platforms that continue to release upgrades and appear to be developing solutions that are in high demand. These include Ark (ARK), Stratis (STRAT), and PIVX. Ark: “All-In-One” Blockchain Solutions Platform Ark (ARK) is an “all-in-one” blockchain solutions platform that aims to “provide users, developers, and startups with innovative” distributed ledger technology (DLT)-enabled software. According to Ark’s official website, its developers plan to “create an entire ecosystem of linked chains and a virtual spiderweb of endless use-cases.” Similar to Lisk, Ark uses the delegated proof-of-stake (DPoS) consensus protocol to manage its blockchain network. ARK token holders can vote for 51 delegates (transaction validators) who may be chosen to forge new blocks on the platform’s network. Delegates are compensated for validating transactions, and they can then choose to distribute these rewards to the users that may have voted for them. Proof-of-stake coins such as Ark are preferred by some investors because they can be used to earn a passive income. While most PoS tokens require that users leave their wallets online, Ark holders can earn passive interest on their tokens even when they’re offline. One of the only requirements for receiving rewards for Ark holders is that they must vote for delegates. All Ark token investors that cast their votes will receive payouts on their staked amount. Ark tokens can also be stored on hardware wallets including the Ledger Nano S and users can vote directly from the device, without having to bring their staked tokens online. Stratis (STRAT): Write Smart Contracts Using C# Another PoS-based token project called Stratis (STRAT) also seems to have an active development team, as there have recently been many different updates released for the network. As mentioned on its official website, Stratis is a blockchain-based platform designed specifically for businesses. Stratis’ proprietary software can be used by corporations to develop decentralized applications (dApps). The Stratis platform allows users to deploy their own blockchain-enabled solutions using C#. Certain programs can also be developed using sidechains, in order to reduce transaction processing times. When first launched, Stratis was a PoW-based coin, however, it has now switched over to a PoS consensus protocol. To stake coins on its network, users must have a copy of the Stratis Staking Wallet Client and maintain a connection to the internet. Stratis token holders who stake their holdings earn a payout of 0.5-1% per year. While this payout amount is considerably lower than what’s offered by proof-of-stake coins, the Stratis

2 months ago

Win 400 Agouti by Answering This “Simple” Question

What is Agouti? Agouti.io is the first decentralized charity, a charity without an office, a charity without running costs, and a charity without trustees or directors. It is a charity where anyone can be a member and have his voice counted, where everyone in need can be heard. The AGU Token The AGU token is built on top of a PoS (Proof of Stake) blockchain featuring masternodes. The total supply is 3,000,000 AGU and 3,000 AGU is required to run a masternode, which gives you one voice in voting. It’s expected that 500-600 masternodes can be built and used for democratic voting on each use case. The pre-mined 1.8 million AGU will be given away via airdrops and contests. How to Win a Free Agouti Masternode? In order to enter the contest to win a free Agouti masternode you must answer the question posted by the lead developer. Here is the write up, you can find the full version on steemit: At the moment there’s 50AGU budget proposal fee and another 50AGU for budget activation. That’s quite a lot , it will be shame to forget to add it to proposal for reimbursement. Why so high? Invented as a barrier preventing submitting of dozens not important budget proposals made by the people just to try their luck. Some masternode coins are using budgets for improvement and marketing , we -purely for charity works. In Agouti all proposals are important, they all matter and they all will be listen to. I’m going to change it to much lower amount in next wallet update to be more accessible to people in need. That fee is burned , so no one is profiting from it anyway. AGU is still very very far from PIVX value, but maybe some day.... Let’s make theoretical budget proposal. I have diabetes and need money for insulin, but my government has better ideas how to spend money. I need 25AGU worth of insulin every month. I can afford to pay from my wages just for one week in a month. I’m asking for sponsoring remaining part for another 5 years. I hope, I will live that long... Question for 400AGU: What’s the total amount of AGU in that budget proposal? Round up to whole coin. You have 48 hours for submitting answers as Direct Message to https://twitter.com/agouticoin or RottenCoin#1962 in https://discord.gg/yGCMwgz Hint 1: Your answer will need to be rounded Hint 2: Leap years? Website: www.agouti.io Twitter: https://twitter.com/agouticoin Discord: https://discord.gg/yGCMwgz The post Win 400 Agouti by Answering This “Simple” Question appeared first on NullTX.

2 months ago

Win a Free Agouti Masternode by Answering This “Simple” Question

What is Agouti? Agouti.io is the first decentralized charity, a charity without an office, a charity without running costs, and a charity without trustees or directors. It is a charity where anyone can be a member and have his voice counted, where everyone in need can be heard. The AGU Token The AGU token is built on top of a PoS (Proof of Stake) blockchain featuring masternodes. The total supply is 3,000,000 AGU and 3,000 AGU is required to run a masternode, which gives you one voice in voting. It’s expected that 500-600 masternodes can be built and used for democratic voting on each use case. The pre-mined 1.8 million AGU will be given away via airdrops and contests. How to Win a Free Agouti Masternode? In order to enter the contest to win a free Agouti masternode you must answer the question posted by the lead developer. Here is the write up, you can find the full version on steemit: At the moment there’s 50AGU budget proposal fee and another 50AGU for budget activation. That’s quite a lot , it will be shame to forget to add it to proposal for reimbursement. Why so high? Invented as a barrier preventing submitting of dozens not important budget proposals made by the people just to try their luck. Some masternode coins are using budgets for improvement and marketing , we -purely for charity works. In Agouti all proposals are important, they all matter and they all will be listen to. I’m going to change it to much lower amount in next wallet update to be more accessible to people in need. That fee is burned , so no one is profiting from it anyway. AGU is still very very far from PIVX value, but maybe some day.... Let’s make theoretical budget proposal. I have diabetes and need money for insulin, but my government has better ideas how to spend money. I need 25AGU worth of insulin every month. I can afford to pay from my wages just for one week in a month. I’m asking for sponsoring remaining part for another 5 years. I hope, I will live that long... Question for 400AGU: What’s the total amount of AGU in that budget proposal? Round up to whole coin. You have 48 hours for submitting answers as Direct Message to https://twitter.com/agouticoin or RottenCoin#1962 in https://discord.gg/yGCMwgz Hint 1: Your answer will need to be rounded Hint 2: Leap years? Website: www.agouti.io Twitter: https://twitter.com/agouticoin Discord: https://discord.gg/yGCMwgz The post Win a Free Agouti Masternode by Answering This “Simple” Question appeared first on NullTX.

2 months ago

#PIVXsports continues with a second season of youth robotic ...

#PIVXsports continues with a second season of youth robotic competitions with the PIVX Panthers. Leading this comp… https://t.co/hCmDqo4Jed

2 months ago

First PIVXpress of 2019! - 3 crypto firsts from #PIVX in th...

First PIVXpress of 2019! - 3 crypto firsts from #PIVX in the past 60 days: - PIVX wallet V3.2 is coming soon! - PI… https://t.co/1PxYZcHI8Z

2 months ago

PIVX Launches Dedicated iOS Wallet App

The PIVX project has announced the launch of its dedicated iOS wallet app, the first of its kind for an anonymous proof-of-stake project. Creating a working product is quite an accomplishment, but succeeding in having it listed in the Apple Store is a feat unto itself as only 7 of the top 100 cryptocurrencies have managed do so. It actually took multiple application submissions and months of working with Apple support to achieve the listing. PIVX is currently trading at $0.8423. (JF)

2 months ago

PIVX iOS wallet is now live on the App Store! Very proud t...

PIVX iOS wallet is now live on the App Store! Very proud to be one of only handful cryptocurrency projects that h… https://t.co/OqcHJ2M2Op

2 months ago

@CryptoMentor99 PIVX has been sponsoring athletes since 2017...

@CryptoMentor99 PIVX has been sponsoring athletes since 2017 and more on the way. You can read a bit about some rec… https://t.co/pxcqNwcpQI

2 months ago

@Scotty1063 I believe you are asking this from a Pivx or piv...

@Scotty1063 I believe you are asking this from a Pivx or pivx clone since they use the concept of security level. I… https://t.co/dkjQiMVm8m

2 months ago

Daily Berminal Brief: Another Sideways Weekend for the Crypto Market

The overall cryptocurrency market has traded within a small range for the weekend, managing to stay around the $130 billion market cap level. At the time of writing, Bitcoin is trading at $3,866, relatively unchanged on the 24-hour chart, while XRP is up nearly 1% and trading at $0.3733. Out of the top 100 coins, PIVX has performed the best over the past 24-hours, currently up 19.65% and trading at $1.02. (JF)

3 months ago

PIVX Trivia Nite starts in a few minutes! Join our discord t...

PIVX Trivia Nite starts in a few minutes! Join our discord to play. https://t.co/cxsX0h8zjC

3 months ago

Exclusive Q&A With the Chief Visionary of PIVX @s3v3nh4c...

Exclusive Q&A With the Chief Visionary of PIVX @s3v3nh4cks – “The Freedom to Choose How PIVX is Used is an Integral… https://t.co/rp58R2kYmZ

3 months ago

Reminder to join us in Discord Friday at 7pm EST as we host ...

Reminder to join us in Discord Friday at 7pm EST as we host a PIVX Trivia! Giving out 300P over 2 Fridays before… https://t.co/p4dS0zOXn8

3 months ago

PIVX hackerone bug bounty program Q1 recap has been posted b...

PIVX hackerone bug bounty program Q1 recap has been posted by @Marsmensch. Everyone can take part by auditing the… https://t.co/Ts5IewpZdR

3 months ago

PIVX was the first cryptocurrency to implement Privacy Prese...

PIVX was the first cryptocurrency to implement Privacy Preserving Proof of Stake algorithm (zPoS) on its mainnet ba… https://t.co/gXmWIiQUvm

3 months ago

How to Setup a Nullex (NLX) Masternode

This is a tutorial on how to setup a NulleX Masternode. NullTX and NulleX are official partners and NLX is our official cryptocurrency. NulleX is a privacy centric cryptocurrency similar to Dash and PIVX. If you are familiar with how masternodes work with DASH / PIVX, they work pretty much the same with NulleX. Before we start, keep in mind you do lock away 50,000 NLX in order to start the masternode, at the current price that is roughly $675. The good news is, you do not need any programming experience to set up the masternode. Without further ado, let’s get started. Step 1: Create a VPS and Download Putty We will be using Digital Ocean as our VPS provider, so go ahead and create an account on digitalocean.com. When creating the VPS, make sure it is an Ubuntu 16.04 x64 operating system, NOT Ubuntu 18 or 14. That is important to ensure that the install script works correctly. Also, make sure to enable IPv6 and Private Networking support, which is important if some time in the future you decide to run multiple NAVs on a single VPS. For simplicity’s sake, for this tutorial we will only set up a single masternode on the droplet. Once you create the VPS, you will receive an email with information that looks like this: Droplet Name: nullex-nav-tutorial IP Address: 142.93.81.140 Username: root Password: f21ce8da673a5440ff95730d65 Next, download and install Putty from putty.org. This is the program we will be using in order to communicate with the VPS and configure the masternode. Step 2: Login to the VPS and add a user Go ahead and run Putty in the host name enter the IP address of the droplet that you received in your email, in our case it will be 142.93.81.140, keep the port at the default value (22). Click open and if you get a Putty Security Alert notification just hit yes, you should then see the following: Type in root, then copy past the password that you’ve received in the email. When pasting a string in putty simply right click. You won’t see anything happen in the terminal but that is due to security. Just press enter again and follow the prompts by pasting the password one more time then setting a new password. At this point you should see something like this: We do not want to be running commands as root, it’s just bad practice. So let’s create a user and give it sudo permission. Run the following 2 commands: adduser nullexnav1 usermod -aG sudo nullexnav1 Follow the prompt after the first command and once both are complete close the terminal window. Go ahead and start up putty one more time, put the same IP address in the host field, but this time login as nullexnav1 NOT root. Step 3: Download and run the install script Big shoutout to Joe Uhren aka NLXionaire from the NulleX Technology Team for creating this script, it makes life so much easier when setting up the masternodes. Run the following commands: git clone https://github.com/NLXionaire/nullex-nav-installer cd ./nullex-nav-installer chmod +x ./nullex-nav-installer.sh sudo ./nullex-nav-installer.sh -N 4 At this point the install file should begin working and after a minute or two you will be greeted with the following prompt: Don’t worry about it, just hit enter with the default selected option. You will see this prompt one more time, once again simply hit enter. Once you are passed that, you will see the script start syncing with the blockchain. At the time of writing it takes about 10-15 minutes to complete. Once the sync is done, you will be greeted with the following: The value we are interested in is the one highlighted. This is the masternode private key, do not share it with anyone. Copy it and save it on a notepad because you will need it later. In our case the private key is: 88upKZ7aEwQ7uPWD47tDXVgK99tMfJLUA1gp7ZQD7tGRUNdHWTS Step 4: Download the Windows-qt wallet, sync it, encrypt it, and send 50,000 NLX This step is pretty self explanatory, download the latest windows wallet from the NulleX website, run it and let it fully sync. Once the sync is complete, generate a new address. Go to Tools -> Debug Console, and type in the following command to get a receiving address: getaccountaddress nav1 NOTE: You can use any label for the address it doesn’t have to be nav1. Save the receiving address as that is where you will want to send exactly 50,000 NLX. Before, sending any coins to the wallet make sure that it is encrypted. Go to Settings -> Encrypt Wallet. Make sure to save your passphrase because if you lose it your funds are lost for good. At this point feel free to send the 50,000 NLX to the previously saved address and wait for the transaction to fully confirm. Step 5: Start the Masternode on the cold wallet At this point we are almost ready to start the masternode. Go to the debug console again (Tools -> Debug Console), but this time type the following command: masternode outputs The result should be a json string with 2 values, the transaction hash and the output index: Save both the txhash and the outputidx in the notepad.

4 months ago

$PIVX Roadmap Report. We have some movement around the long...

$PIVX Roadmap Report. We have some movement around the long-awaited (completed) PIVX mobile wallet for iPhone. Lo… https://t.co/6xufyZB4oP

4 months ago

NO ICO - NO INSTAMINE What PIVX does have: - #Masternodes ...

NO ICO - NO INSTAMINE What PIVX does have: - #Masternodes - #ProofofStake - #Privacy - #community In light of S… https://t.co/IHWsxwUaYM

4 months ago

Meetup Segurança e Vulnerabilidades Blockchain, novidades

Por: Livecoins Para discutir a temática de vulnerabilidades na rede Ethereum, foi realizado um Meetup sobre Segurança em Blockchain, que foi uma live ao vivo realizada gratuitamente na segunda 26 de novembro de 2018. O especialista em Ethereum, Fábio Hildebrand, explicou que apesar de a maturidade do ecossistema ter aumentado, ataques a smart contracts continuam acontecendo. Ataques recentes à SpankChain, Useless Ethereum Token, e Fomo3d foram mencionados.. De acordo com Fábio, desenvolvedores de SM devem sempre testar a segurança de suas aplicações, escrever as documentações de forma detalhada, e se necessário (para contratos que transacionem altos valores), contratar auditores externos para conferir o código ou ainda abrir um processo de Bug Bounties. Uma dica de Fábio também, é procurar se engajar com a comunidade de desenvolvedores, que em alguns casos fazem uma auditoria de qualidade e de forma grátis nos diversos projetos criados que tenham um impacto positivo para a comunidade. Abrir um canal para receber notificações de ameaças no código para todas as iniciativas é importante, mesmo que apenas um e-mail (básico), pois abrir um Issue no GitHub e tornar a vulnerabilidade pública pode ser prejudicial para projetos, principalmente até que os mesmos sejam resolvidos, podendo ser explorados por atacantes externos atentos. Para melhorar a segurança dos SC, foi criada em 2017 a iniciativa Solidified, que confere a segurança e auditoria dos contratos, sendo Fábio um dos técnicos da iniciativa que trabalha direto do Brasil. Qualquer especialista em segurança blockchain pode ser um auditor e receber recompensas pelo seu trabalho. O processo hoje é executado de forma manual, mas uma Dapp está em desenvolvimento, com previsão de lançamento em 2020. A solução acompanhará a plataforma de bug bounties (já em funcionamento em web.solidified.io) e dum mercado de predição de bugs. A ideia da Solidified, que já está em funcionamento, é criar um mercado de Bug Bounty, garantindo formas mais fáceis de encontrar uma auditoria de contratos inteligentes e com orçamentos justos, ideia semelhante ao projeto OpenZeppelin. A Solidified criou um ambiente na Amazon AWS para desenvolvedores interessados em auditar códigos como treino, que é um projeto educacional no estilo capture the flag. Outro palestrante do Meetup sobre segurança foi o Everton Melo, que detectou um Bug na OmiseGo e outro na PIVX, e recebeu os créditos por seu trabalho de ambas as equipes. Everton, que palestrou também na Roadsec 2018 em São Paulo com a palestra “Como hackear uma blockchain“, falou também sobre a proposta da ISO / TC 307, que é uma proposta para padronizar aplicações blockchain e DLTs. Um outro ponto de sua fala é a analise do Github do Bitcoin Core, Bitcoin Cash e Bitcoin Gold, que de acordo com o analista possuem muitas diferenças, destacando que o Core possui inúmeras vantagens no ambiente open, além de controle de versão superior a seus forks. Fonte: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10TR3It78M1AGvhNBUbbNAyoj08atzXAurbEaoWabspE/edit#slide=id.g468f7d3cc2_0_2 De acordo com Everton, as tecnologias devem ser sempre analisadas por seu GitHub, visto que o ponto forte das criptomoedas é o seu código fonte aberto, e que quando detectadas falhas nos projetos, as comunidades devem aceitar e buscar corrigir os problemas sem ataques ao desenvolvedor auditor. O palestrante citou o problema com uma comunidade ao indagar as bases da cripto, que além de não ter acatado as suas críticas, atacou pessoalmente o desenvolvedor. De acordo com Everton, o Bitcoin Core possui uma enorme lentidão ao confirmar falhas devido a complexidade do projeto, e quando detectadas devem ser apontadas pelo auditor a versão do código do qual foram detectadas falhas, para facilitar o trabalho de correção das mesmas e dar mais credibilidade ao seu trabalho. Além disso, destacou o problema do OverFlow presente no código do Bitcoin, que inclusive foi destaque em um Twitter de Jimmy Song recentemente. Para finalizar, Everton destacou que dentre os inúmeros projetos que existem no cenário atual, o que ele mais acredita no longo prazo seria o que une o Ethereum com a Zcash, chamado projeto Alchemy. Em um mercado com inúmeras criptomoedas, existem várias com boas ideias, mas com execuções que não são boas, logo ficar atento ao investir em projetos é importante, destaca Melo. Para quem possui o interesse em aprender a linguagem de programação Solidity há várias opções na web gratuitas, e tende a ser uma das linguagens mais utilizadas por desenvolvedores de blockchain nos próximos anos. Estudar segurança da informação também é muito importante, a fim de evitar problemas com Dapps e Smart Contracts, pois como a Blockchain é imutável, após finalizar a programação e colocar os mesmos na rede fica difícil a correção de bugs no ambiente. Para Fábio, o ataque em contratos na TestNet é difícil, mas no ambiente da MainNet e principalmente que envolve valores, os atacantes podem ter mais ince

4 months ago

Altexch | All you need to know about the Next Generation Platform

The Blockchain technology has been the hottest talking point in the tech and investment industry. It has changed the way we use things, increased the number of innovation, and the way humans invest. In this article, we will take you through a CryptoCurrency exchange platform where one can trade coins for both long term and short term. We will first start with a brief introduction on AltExch and then move ahead with a guide on how to buy coins on their platform. What is AltExch and what are some of the best coins on AltExch? Altexch is a platform that is available to trade different currencies while also giving a user an option to store currencies for long-term trading. The AltExch has also released its own coin that is in ICO stage for the next 20 days and available at $0.01/coin which can be purchased on their own platform. The platform is said to host 500+ coins and integrate a guide for newcomers that will help them to take initial steps in trading. It is also said that they will have sufficient statistical data present on their platform that would help experienced people to trade on AlExch. Here are some of the top currencies that will be available for trading on AltExch: Dash Ethereum Ripple NEM Litecoin Zcash PIVX Monero, and others. Now, we will take you through a guide of buying coins on AltExch platform. Guide: If you are looking to buy any of the coins on their platform, then you can visit their website and register. While registering, you need to enter your identification details along with your bitcoin/ether wallet address for verification. It takes about 1-2 working days for the verification to process. After the verification is complete and your profile is approved, you can start trading for long and short purposes respectively. Going ahead, we will talk about three features that would make you trade on AltExch. Features of AltExch Here are the three of the best features of AltExch as follows - It is a platform that guides both types of traders through their statistics and guides. It also allows users to store their currencies in their wallet and withdraw it within a day to their bitcoin/eth address. The second feature that we are going to talk about is referral commission; the platform gives you 35% of the first 100$ spent by your referred trader on AltExch. It has also been one of the main reasons behind their attraction at such an early stage. The third feature is about the security measures that the platform is taken, it is verified by individual councils and top security firms that confirms the platform to be fully secured for trading. Interesting Fact AltExch had issued 1 billion coins of their currency at a price of $0.01, and in about ten days, 60% of it was sold through its platform. There’s another reason on why you should choose AltExch. Note: The facts, figures, and features that we are talking about in this article is thoroughly verified by the company through its official report that can also be accessed through their website, Wrapping up AltExch is said to be one of the most promising exchange platforms due to its features that have been stated above. The industry is growing day in, and day out, this would help their coin grow and help people who had bought the coin at the first stage of ICO that’s been running now. To more know about Altexch, visit altexch.io The post Altexch | All you need to know about the Next Generation Platform appeared first on ZyCrypto.

4 months ago

Daily Cryptocurrency News - 24th November 2018

Here’s the latest cryptocurrency news of 24th November 2018: Everyone’s Taking Shots At Bitcoin - Novogratz, Anthony Pompliano and Dr. Nouriel Roubini In a market like this, everyone likes to express their opinion about Bitcoin. Some might be good, some might be bad and some are just interesting. The famous Crypto investor Mike Novogratz expressed his thoughts on Bitcoin claiming that it ‘sucks’ to have or create a business in these times. Speaking to Financial Times, he declared: “2017 was just fun, it was almost stupid. [But] this year has been challenging. It sucks to build a business in a bear market...[Staff] anxiety levels go up when crypto goes down...In most traditional business, [such as] Goldman Sachs, you don’t worry. There’s not an existential threat out there.”” Noogratz, known for making bold predictions about the Bitcoin price, is having rough times right now with its company - Galaxy Digital. The company shares dropped 37% since August. Moreover, the Q1 2018 produced losses of $134 million for Galaxy Digital. Q2 though had better results - with $35 million in net income. On the other hand, Anthony Pompliano is feeling optimistic about Bitcoin’s future. Despite Bitcoin’s youth as a payment option - it’s beaten stocks, currencies, commodities and bonds in terms of performance. He even compared Bitcoin with MasterCard: “We have very deep conviction on a long-term basis. And if you look at the fundamentals, the 24-hour transaction volume on the Bitcoin network is about $4.6 billion as of lately, and the market cap is $74 billion. So that’s about a 16-times multiple of transaction volume for market cap. That’s very similar to Mastercard which does about $11 billion worth of transactions and is valued at about $180 billion. So from a value perspective, it’s right there on par with Mastercard.” As he states, don’t listen to the noise. Focus on the fundamentals. https://twitter.com/Xentagz/status/1065332934721368064/photo/1 Dr. Roubini Nouriel - one of the people that likes to criticize the blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies - claimed that the Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) would bring the downfall to cryptocurrency space. Christine Lagarde talked about these last week, expressing interest in bringing the idea to life. Dr. Nouriel Roubini wrote for TheGuardian an article where he express the main points why CBDCs will take over: Central banks already have the technology - “a centralised permissioned private non-distributed ledger that allows for payments and transactions to be facilitated safely and seamlessly” If there would be a possibility for individuals,corporations and non-bank financial institutions to “make transactions through the central bank,”l CBDCs would be able to replace “the need for cash, traditional bank accounts, and even digital payment services;” CBDCs would “immediately displace cryptocurrencies” as they’re not “scalable, cheap, secure, or actually decentralized;” Authorities would “soon crack down on” privacy-focused cryptocurrencies that offer “complete privacy.” Bitcoin Cash ABC’s Mistake Bitcoin Cash ABC’s new rolling 10 block checkpoint system could put the network at risk. Even this was introduced to defend it against “deep” hostile reorganization, the risk is bigger now for consensus chain splits and offer attackers new opportunities, BitMex claimed. The update was made to introduce checkpoints - which will protect the network from bad actors tricking the network into mining fake versions of its blockchain. The results of this could lead to transactions being reversed or network interruptions. But this new update increase the risk of the network having a 51% attack. According to TheNextWeb, someone could control the network for as little as $27,000. As we all know, the hashwar between Roger Ver and Craig Wright ended by Roger ver’s Bitcoin Cash ABC winning the BCH ticker. Would Craig profit of this opportunity and attack the network as he repeatedly declared he will? More details about this can be found on BTCManager and Bitmex blog. Monero’s Lead Developer About BAT - They’re The Mafia Monero’s ”fluffypony” Ricardo Spagni recently took a shot at Basic Attention Token - claiming “They’re basically the mafia.”. It all started when Spagni discovered a “loophole” where the developers of BAT could ” steal funds from users” if they’re unclaimed tokens after 90 days. Moreover, they can also use ‘Sybil attack investigation’ and KYC/AML excuses to prevent you from claiming your coins for 90 days,”. Brendan Eich - The co-founder of Mozilla and the inventor of JavaScript programming language - explained that those were necessary to prevent bad actors from using the network for their own interest. A fraudulent user could accept grants from Brave’s User Growth Pool (UGP) and forward those to fake content creators. As for the ‘Mafia’ comment, Eich claims that clawback its available only for BAT tokens granted from the UGP that go unused. The user’s BAT cannot b

4 months ago

Secure PIVX Masternode Tool v0.4.0 has been released! #SPMT ...

Secure PIVX Masternode Tool v0.4.0 has been released! #SPMT users can now connect to remote servers. Also includes… https://t.co/Ub6jyw2Qmg

4 months ago

PIVX will be in #korea on November 20th for the Provenance S...

PIVX will be in #korea on November 20th for the Provenance Summit with @provenancevents. PIVX is really making wave… https://t.co/8Arcjem5Fe

4 months ago

Report: Government Regulations Will Inhibit the Growth of Privacy Coins

Governments across the globe have in recent times changed their strategies to regulate the crypto-verse. They have moved away from completely banning cryptocurrencies to striving to eliminate privacy coins. Governments focus on protecting investors and ensuring that digital currencies do not become criminal hubs. To this end, governments have come up with policies such as KYC and AML which affect the operations of privacy-centred coins like Dash, Monero, Zcash, PIVX, and Verge among others. By intensifying their regulations, governments are preventing the growth of privacy coins significantly as the implemented measures would soon prevent exchanges from trading these coins for fiat currencies. (KE)

4 months ago

Government regulation and the future of privacy coins

In recent times, governments around the world have charted a new course for cryptocurrency regulation, and it’s one that seeks to exclude privacy coins. Moving away from the complete banning of digital currencies, these governments are tackling two core issues: protecting investors and traders, and making sure that cryptocurrencies avoid becoming breeding grounds for criminals. This trend has sparked many regulatory requirements, from anti-money laundering rules to KYCs. But as these governments intensify their regulations, we must ask ourselves what is the future of privacy-focused cryptocurrencies geared toward maintaining user privacy to the core? Anonymous Coins: Living Up to Their Names In its developmental stages, Bitcoin had earned a name as a cryptocurrency that provides complete anonymity to its users, drawing many privacy lovers to it. Today, that notion has changed completely. Though it might not be possible to trace transactions made on the Bitcoin blockchain to a specific identity, other details, including location and amount of transactions, are visible. And the fact that linking your identity to the blockchain will expose your transactions to the public ledger shows that, after all, the world’s largest and most popular cryptocurrency isn’t completely anonymous. In turn, privacy-focused coins have come to save the day. Beginning its journey in 2014 as Xcoin and later Darkcoin, Dash is one of the most popular privacy-focused coins in the cryptosphere. Its privacy feature PrivateSend, previously called Darksend relies on the CoinJoin mechanism of boxing-up transactions and making them difficult to identify participants of a particular transaction Another popular coin is Monero. Developed through the CryptoNight Proof of Work protocol, Monero has risen to be one of the best privacy coins in existence today. Transaction sources and destinations are untraceable in Monero. For example, to escape scrutiny from authorities, the WannaCry ransomware hackers reportedly converted their hoard to Monero. Additionally, after the closure of the darknet marketplace AlphaBay, authorities reported that they could not identify the amount of Monero on the platform, cementing the coin as a good place not just for privacy-oriented individuals, but as a hiding place for some criminals. Other privacy coins have sprung up and gained popularity as well, including Zcash, PIVX, Navcoin, Verge, among others. For proponents of the privacy coin, cryptocurrencies should be able to help privacy-oriented people conduct their financial transactions without prying eyes. Providing that infrastructure shouldn’t be a headache. But unfortunately for many, governments do not think so. Government Crackdown on Privacy Coins Though there has not been a comprehensive regulatory oversight on cryptocurrencies in general, many governments are devising ways of preventing criminals from using these digital currencies as their go-to financial system. These governments are also making sure that traders and investors in this space pay tax. But for privacy coins, the story is not that favorable even though many authorities haven’t turned their attention to the anon coin sector. In a written testimony in June this year, Deputy Assistant Director of Office of Investigations at the US Secret Service Robert Novy recommended that privacy-focused cryptocurrencies like Monero and Zcash should be regulated to prevent fraud. In May, Japan’s Financial Services Agency put pressure on anonymous cryptocurrencies, gingering crypto exchanges like Coincheck, a Japanese-based cryptocurrency exchange to announce its delisting of privacy coins, including the likes of Augur, Monero, Dash, and ZCash. The reason? Coins that grant a high level of anonymity might be used for money laundering activities according to the FSA. But can Privacy-Focused Coins be Stopped by Governments? Government regulation would surely hamper the growth of privacy coins, but not completely. One specific area that would be hard hit is the ability to exchange these coins for fiat or other cryptocurrencies. However, as the cryptocurrency space grows, privacy would be an integral part of this sector, and privacy coins might potentially rule that space. As Chief Marketing Officer for Dash Fernando Gutierrez puts it, There are many legitimate reasons to want privacy in the cryptocurrency space and there is the obvious consideration about privacy being a human right but then there is the huge issue of security. Having financial information public or semi-public is extremely dangerous. The only way to provide security for the average user is to allow them to keep some information private. When cryptocurrencies find their way into the mainstream and become a true internet money as many predict, privacy coins would be the order of the day for people who don’t want to have a public ledger of their everyday transactions. When the time comes, governments might have to comply themselves and find

4 months ago

PIVX (PIVX) Announces the Launch of its Own Decentralized Exchange

The PIVX project recently announced the upcoming launch of the public beta phase of zDEX, a decentralized exchange for the PIVX community. The exchange utilizes the Zerocoin protocol which allows for the trading of a wide variety of crypto tokens without the need for a trusted middleman. The exchange will launch on November 14th, and users will be able to trade BTC, LTC, BCH, DASH, ZEC, and PART against the PIVX token, with more coins to be added in the future along with direct coin trading. (JF)

4 months ago

PIVX moves forward with launch of private decentralized exchange ZDEX

CryptoNinjas Chief Visionary and Co-founder of PIVX (formerly known as Darknet), s3v3n h4cks announced the beta launch of ZDEX earlier this month. It is the world’s first Zerocoin-based, private, decentralized exchange (DEX). Designed to run on... PIVX moves forward with launch of private decentralized exchange ZDEX

4 months ago

Government Regulation and the Future of Privacy-Focused Cryptocurrencies

In recent times, governments around the world have charted a new course for cryptocurrency regulation, and it’s one that seeks to exclude privacy-focused cryptocurrency. Moving away from the complete banning of digital currencies, these governments are tackling two core issues: protecting investors and traders, and making sure that cryptocurrencies avoid becoming breeding grounds for criminals. This trend has sparked many regulatory requirements, from anti-money laundering rules to KYCs. But as these governments intensify their regulations, we must ask ourselves what is the future of privacy-focused cryptocurrencies geared toward maintaining user privacy to the core? Anonymous Coins: Living Up to Their Names In its developmental stages, Bitcoin had earned a name as a cryptocurrency that provides complete anonymity to its users, drawing many privacy lovers to it. Today, that notion has changed completely. Though it might not be possible to trace transactions made on the Bitcoin blockchain to a specific identity, other details, including location and amount of transactions, are visible. And the fact that linking your identity to the blockchain will expose your transactions to the public ledger shows that, after all, the world’s largest and most popular cryptocurrency isn’t completely anonymous. In turn, privacy coins have come to save the day. Beginning its journey in 2014 as Xcoin and later Darkcoin, Dash is one of the most popular privacy-focused coins in the cryptosphere. Its privacy feature PrivateSend, previously called Darksend relies on the CoinJoin mechanism of boxing-up transactions and making them difficult to identify participants of a particular transaction Another popular privacy coin is Monero. Developed through the CryptoNight Proof of Work protocol, Monero has risen to be one of the best privacy coins in existence today. Transaction sources and destinations are untraceable in Monero. For example, to escape scrutiny from authorities, the WannaCry ransomware hackers reportedly converted their hoard to Monero. Additionally, after the closure of the darknet marketplace AlphaBay, authorities reported that they could not identify the amount of Monero on the platform, cementing the privacy coin as a good place not just for privacy-oriented individuals, but as a hiding place for some criminals. Other privacy coins have sprung up and gained popularity as well, including Zcash, PIVX, Navcoin, Verge, among others. For proponents of the privacy coin, cryptocurrencies should be able to help privacy-oriented people conduct their financial transactions without prying eyes. Providing that infrastructure shouldn’t be a headache. But unfortunately for many, governments do not think so. Government Crackdown on Privacy Coins Though there has not been a comprehensive regulatory oversight on cryptocurrencies in general, many governments are devising ways of preventing criminals from using these digital currencies as their go-to financial system. These governments are also making sure that traders and investors in this space pay tax. But for privacy coins, the story is not that favorable even though many authorities haven’t turned their attention to the anon coin sector. In a written testimony in June this year, Deputy Assistant Director of Office of Investigations at the US Secret Service Robert Novy recommended that privacy-focused cryptocurrencies like Monero and Zcash should be regulated to prevent fraud. In May, Japan’s Financial Services Agency put pressure on anonymous cryptocurrencies, gingering crypto exchanges like Coincheck, a Japanese-based cryptocurrency exchange to announce its delisting of privacy coins, including the likes of Augur, Monero, Dash, and ZCash. The reason? Coins that grant a high level of anonymity might be used for money laundering activities according to the FSA. But can Privacy-Focused Coins be Stopped by Governments? Government regulation would surely hamper the growth of privacy coins, but not completely. One specific area that would be hard hit is the ability to exchange these coins for fiat or other cryptocurrencies. However, as the cryptocurrency space grows, privacy would be an integral part of this sector, and privacy coins might potentially rule that space. As Chief Marketing Officer for Dash Fernando Gutierrez puts it, There are many legitimate reasons to want privacy in the cryptocurrency space and there is the obvious consideration about privacy being a human right but then there is the huge issue of security. Having financial information public or semi-public is extremely dangerous. The only way to provide security for the average user is to allow them to keep some information private. When cryptocurrencies find their way into the mainstream and become a true internet money as many predict, privacy coins would be the order of the day for people who don’t want to have a public ledger of their everyday transactions. When the time comes, governments might have to co

4 months ago

Securypto

Securypto is a PIVX Fork, a Masternode based blockchain project focused on anonymous storage & transferring of encrypted data. It is accomplished with the combination of specially designed hardware, software and block networks. Upon switching from TestNet to MainNet, SCU tokens will be swapped for SCU coins on Securypto MainNet Blockchain. Would you like to receive the latest free Airdrop Alerts? Join our Airdropalert Telegram. Securypto is airdropping 250 SCU tokens (~$ 21) to airdrop participants. ICO price: 1 ETH = 2500 SCU How to join? Go to the Securypto AirDrop form. Join Securypto on Telegram. Follow Securypto on Twitter & Re-tweet the pinned Tweet. Follow Securypto on Facebook & Share the pinned Post. Follow Securypto on Instagram & Like the 3 last posts. Post a constructive message on the Securypto BTT ANN thread & Follow the Rules. Submit your Ethereum wallet address and your details to the AirDrop form.

4 months ago


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