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September 01, 2017, 06:32:23 PM
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I am looking for a reliable set of instructions on how to compile a Windows-qt wallet that should work for any or most alt coin. I am really not interested in instructions that is seven year old, for that, Google is a good source of information. Coins that I have seen recently and that comes to mind - could maybe work PeerCoin or PrimeCoin or DataCoin

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Hi,

I am looking for a reliable set of instructions on how to compile a Windows-qt wallet that should work for any or most alt coin. I am really not interested in instructions that is seven year old, for that, Google is a good source of information. Coins that I have seen recently and that comes to mind - could maybe work PeerCoin or PrimeCoin or DataCoin

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Hi, did you get this figured out? If not, PM me.
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October 11, 2017, 04:33:20 AM
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Hi,

I am looking for a reliable set of instructions on how to compile a Windows-qt wallet that should work for any or most alt coin. I am really not interested in instructions that is seven year old, for that, Google is a good source of information. Coins that I have seen recently and that comes to mind - could maybe work PeerCoin or PrimeCoin or DataCoin

Thx,

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Most coins that are working today are using a compiled version of the coin that was built years ago. Why should you get a different result with a recent copy? Do you know how to do some coding inputs?

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