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February 19, 2016, 05:35:34 PM
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PayPeer [PAYP]


PayPeer can be summarized as a decentralized payment network where computing power is required in order to mint new "coins". It can be used to send money all around the world at any time of day over the internet, much like an email. PayPeer "addresses" are used similarly to email addresses for sending and receiving payments. PayPeer is based on Bitcoin and overall it works very much like Bitcoin except that it uses a very different mechanism for maintaining address balances to improve scalability and it includes some innovative new features.


Official website:PayPeer.pw
Network information:INFO.PayPeer.pw


Follow us in: TWITTER
Follow us in: GOOGLE+














Add in paypeer.conf file
Code:
addnode=37.139.16.207
addnode=2.93.122.49
addnode=136.243.50.159
addnode=80.2.75.167
addnode=185.93.68.25
addnode=79.143.188.114
addnode=147.32.121.166
addnode=78.94.32.195
addnode=81.169.137.12
addnode=176.50.223.17
addnode=109.60.201.34
addnode=52.11.97.205
addnode=213.108.119.84
addnode=79.101.81.79
addnode=37.145.18.11
addnode=104.55.5.73
addnode=45.58.126.106
addnode=144.76.236.8
addnode=76.84.177.47
addnode=96.21.113.193
addnode=95.221.198.8
addnode=79.118.21.26
addnode=104.238.169.27
addnode=79.235.255.168
addnode=79.56.16.229
addnode=95.46.130.195
addnode=93.87.227.116
addnode=87.126.98.13
addnode=46.39.54.7
addnode=183.213.244.173
addnode=95.26.63.59
addnode=5.78.27.13
addnode=37.139.17.48
addnode=37.130.226.90






PayPeer is a new X11 crypto coin.
It uses PoW and PoS with true random reward and 5 SuperBlocks.

NAME:        PayPeer
Short Name: [PAYP]
Type: PoW / PoS (proof of work / proof of stake)
Last POW block: 50 000
POS interest: 365% per year
Algorithm:     X11
Coin supply:  50 billions
Developers safe: 0.1% (not in stake)
block generation time 60 seconds
block reward:       Random (50 - 500 PAYP)
change difficulty:  10 blocks
coinbase maturity: 30 blocks
Stake min age:     4 hours
Stake max age:    30 days




Spanish Translation: 10000 PAYP
French Translation: 10000 PAYP
Russian Translation: 10000 PAYP
Chinese Translation: 10000 PAYP
OTHERS FORUM 30000 PAYP

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February 19, 2016, 05:36:42 PM
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PayPeer [PAYP]


PayPeer can be summarized as a decentralized payment network where computing power is required in order to mint new "coins". It can be used to send money all around the world at any time of day over the internet, much like an email. PayPeer "addresses" are used similarly to email addresses for sending and receiving payments. PayPeer is based on Bitcoin and overall it works very much like Bitcoin except that it uses a very different mechanism for maintaining address balances to improve scalability and it includes some innovative new features.

WEB
Official website:
PayPeer.pw 

Network information:
INFO.PayPeer.pw 

BlockExplorer:
EXPLORER.PayPeer.pw 


Follow us in TWITTER

Follow us in GOOGLE+ 





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NODES

Add in paypeer.conf file
Code:
addnode=37.139.16.207
addnode=2.93.122.49
addnode=136.243.50.159
addnode=80.2.75.167
addnode=185.93.68.25
addnode=79.143.188.114
addnode=147.32.121.166
addnode=78.94.32.195
addnode=81.169.137.12
addnode=176.50.223.17
addnode=109.60.201.34
addnode=52.11.97.205
addnode=213.108.119.84
addnode=79.101.81.79
addnode=37.145.18.11
addnode=104.55.5.73
addnode=45.58.126.106
addnode=144.76.236.8
addnode=76.84.177.47
addnode=96.21.113.193
addnode=95.221.198.8
addnode=79.118.21.26
addnode=104.238.169.27
addnode=79.235.255.168
addnode=79.56.16.229
addnode=95.46.130.195
addnode=93.87.227.116
addnode=87.126.98.13
addnode=46.39.54.7
addnode=183.213.244.173
addnode=95.26.63.59
addnode=5.78.27.13
addnode=37.139.17.48
addnode=37.130.226.90




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PayPeer is a new X11 crypto coin.
It uses PoW and PoS with true random reward and 5 SuperBlocks.


NAME:        PayPeer
Short Name: [PAYP]
Type: PoW / PoS (proof of work / proof of stake)
Last POW block: 50 000
POS interest: 365% per year
Algorithm:     X11
Coin supply:  50 billions
Developers safe: 0.1% (not in stake)
block generation time 60 seconds
block reward:       Random (50 - 500 PAYP)
change difficulty:  10 blocks
coinbase maturity: 30 blocks
Stake min age:     4 hours
Stake max age:    30 days

SUPER BLOCKS:
10 000 block = 10 000 PAYP
20 000 block = 20 000 PAYP
30 000 block = 30 000 PAYP
40 000 block = 40 000 PAYP
50 000 block = 50 000 PAYP
POW END!

BOUNTY

15 PAYP for tweet/retweet (HashTag #PayPeer #PAYP)

Spanish Translation: 10000 PAYP
French Translation: 10000 PAYP
Russian Translation: 10000 PAYP
Chinese Translation: 10000 PAYP
Italian Translation: 10000 PAYP
Portuguese Translation: 10000 PAYP

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February 19, 2016, 05:42:06 PM
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For mining use  cpuminer-multi v1.2 (Linux + Windows VStudio/MinGW64)  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=841401.0
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February 19, 2016, 05:44:38 PM
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Is this announcing a future launch or is it already in POW?
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February 19, 2016, 05:46:19 PM
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Is this announcing a future launch or is it already in POW?

I already dig Cool


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February 19, 2016, 05:46:43 PM
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Finally a coin worth mining  Grin
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February 19, 2016, 05:51:18 PM
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Hmmm.

Coin supply:  50 billions
Developers safe: 0.1% (not in stake) 50 Mio

POW supply 25 Mio

Is my math correct?
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February 19, 2016, 05:52:51 PM
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Hmmm.

Coin supply:  50 billions
Developers safe: 0.1% (not in stake) 50 Mio

POW supply 25 Mio

Is my math correct?

burn that shit

 if (nHeight <= 0)
        nSubsidy = 0;
   else if (nHeight <= 10)
        nSubsidy = 5000000 * COIN;
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February 19, 2016, 05:54:22 PM
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hımm  Cool


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February 19, 2016, 05:54:50 PM
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Hmmm.

Coin supply:  50 billions
Developers safe: 0.1% (not in stake) 50 Mio

POW supply 25 Mio

Is my math correct?

shit

This means it is?  Grin  Grin  Grin
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February 19, 2016, 05:59:12 PM
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port?
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February 19, 2016, 06:02:51 PM
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port?

It doesn't matter. You just have to use the same (unused) port for both the conf and your miner.
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February 19, 2016, 06:04:26 PM
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Nice website pretty interesting coin, why the hell are you ruining it with 50 million premine i really don't get it
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February 19, 2016, 06:08:52 PM
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NAME:        PayPeer
Short Name: [PAYP]
Type:             PoW / PoS (proof of work / proof of stake)
Last POW block: 50 000
POS interest: 365% per year
Algorithm:     X11
Coin supply:  50 billions
Developers safe: 0.1% (not in stake)
block generation time 60 seconds
block reward:       Random (50 - 500 PAYP)
change difficulty:  10 blocks
coinbase maturity: 30 blocks
Stake min age:     4 hours
Stake max age:    30 days

Average block reward is 275 PAYP which means 13.75 million coins will be mined in 50k blocks.

Meanwhile the dev has 50 million PAYP premined.

Other than the unicode spam in the title, everything looks great, the wallet, the website, the block explorer that 50mil premine turns this coin into bullshit.

Relaunch without premine imo, otherwise it's a waste.
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February 19, 2016, 06:09:44 PM
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Nice website pretty interesting coin, why the hell are you ruining it with 50 million premine i really don't get it

0.1% This much? as I understand they are not POS.

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February 19, 2016, 06:14:28 PM
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with paypeer.conf in \roaming\paypeer\ I always get runtime error!?
Without this conf wallet works

Any idea

1. cpuminer-conf.info

{
   "_comment1" : "Any long-format command line argument ",
   "_comment2" : "may be used in this JSON configuration file",

   "api-bind" : "127.0.0.1:1111",

   "url" : "127.0.0.1:1111",
   "user" : "rpcuser",
   "pass" : "rpcpass",

   "algo" : "x11",
   "threads" : 0,
   "cpu-priority" : 0,
   "cpu-affinity" : -1,

   "benchmark" : false,
   "debug" : false,
   "protocol": false,
   "quiet" : false
}

2. paypeer.conf

rpcuser=rpcuser
rpcpassword=rpcpass
server=1
daemon=1
listen=1
rpcallowip=*
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcport=1111

3. RUN wallet

4. RUN cpu-miner-x64

Yahoo!!!

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February 19, 2016, 06:15:55 PM
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Nice website pretty interesting coin, why the hell are you ruining it with 50 million premine i really don't get it

0.1% This much? as I understand they are not POS.

It doesn't matter. Dev has way more coins than  the whole network will have for at least a year.
Premine should be reffered to the POW  rewards not possible coin supply after tens of years
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February 19, 2016, 06:17:07 PM
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with paypeer.conf in \roaming\paypeer\ I always get runtime error!?
Without this conf wallet works

Any idea

1. cpuminer-conf.info

{
   "_comment1" : "Any long-format command line argument ",
   "_comment2" : "may be used in this JSON configuration file",

   "api-bind" : "127.0.0.1:1111",

   "url" : "127.0.0.1:1111",
   "user" : "rpcuser",
   "pass" : "rpcpass",

   "algo" : "x11",
   "threads" : 0,
   "cpu-priority" : 0,
   "cpu-affinity" : -1,

   "benchmark" : false,
   "debug" : false,
   "protocol": false,
   "quiet" : false
}

2. paypeer.conf

rpcuser=rpcuser
rpcpassword=rpcpass
server=1
daemon=1
listen=1
rpcallowip=*
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcport=1111

3. RUN wallet

4. RUN cpu-miner-x64

Yahoo!!!


Thx... everthing was OK with my config.. I just didn't see that I already have one Wallet open ... stupid me Grin

thank you again

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February 19, 2016, 06:22:02 PM
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Wow, what a premine.  Yea, that's not going to be dumped on suckers...  Roll Eyes.  Once that dump happens, this coin will go on the large pile of coins that no one but the bagholders will care about.  TOOOO THE MOOON!   Shocked

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February 19, 2016, 06:24:21 PM
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What about .bat file for cpu miner with port and so on?

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