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June 13, 2018, 05:11:06 PM
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These are the GitHub examples (from the source) :

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Example to run benchmark on your CPU:

    zhasher -b

Example to mine on your CPU with your own BTCZ address and worker1 on Equipool USA server:

    zhasher -l mine.equipool.1ds.us:50063 -u YOUR_BTCZ_ADDRESS_HERE.worker1

Example to mine on your CPU with your own BTCZ address and worker1 on EU server, using 6 threads:

    zhasher -l mine.equipool.1ds.us:50063 -u YOUR_BTCZ_ADDRESS_HERE.worker1 -t 6

Note: if you have a 4-core CPU with hyper threading enabled (total 8 threads) it is best to run with only 6 threads (experimental benchmarks shows that best results are achieved with 75% threads utilized)

Example to mine on your CPU as well on your CUDA GPUs with your own BTCZ address and worker1 on EU server, using 6 CPU threads and 2 CUDA GPUs:

    zhasher -l mine.equipool.1ds.us:50063 -u YOUR_BTCZ_ADDRESS_HERE.worker1 -t 6 -cv 1 -cd 0 1

Thank you! I am super excited about being able to mine with CPU.

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June 13, 2018, 05:12:27 PM
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Is there a way to schedule the miner to start say at 7pm and stop at 7am (and all day on weekends)? I want to install it on my work laptop and have it mine while I am away and stop during the day. So this will automate the process.

Thanks!

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June 13, 2018, 05:17:33 PM
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Any instruction how to set up Zhasher's mining address; pool etc...
Look at the "readme.txt" in your ZHash directory : you have the instructions example for CPU and GPU mining.
But nothing will work before block 160.000 : be patient.
This means you need to wait a little longer just and relax in anticipation. I'm curious what expectations people who participate in this project?
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June 13, 2018, 06:49:18 PM
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Spread the truth about #bitcoinz :
NO ICO , NO SPECULATIVE FORKS , NO AIRDROP, NO PREMINE

A gift to the world like #btc , just perfected!

Join the #revolution now

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June 13, 2018, 09:26:07 PM
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emilss. Check your settings. You are donating 100%!

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June 13, 2018, 10:12:08 PM
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Will 1060 3GB work in Win10 or do we need to install Win7?

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June 13, 2018, 10:35:41 PM
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Hi, fellows
 The project seems quite hopeful.
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June 14, 2018, 12:45:59 AM
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emilss. Check your settings. You are donating 100%!

https://btcz.suprnova.cc/index.php?page=statistics&action=donors
I bet OC really liking that  Cheesy

Or maybe he intended to do that to be nice and giving....

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June 14, 2018, 02:36:47 AM
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NOTICE for GTX 1060 3GB users.

It is very likely Win10 and the new Zhash algo will not be able to work. Something about Win10 using to much memory for itself and not releasing enough for the new algo. Some people are claiming success but most others are not. One rather drastic solution is to revert back to Win7. I am developing a alternative that allows you to keep Win10 intact.

I've been working on a ready to work out of the box Zhasher Micro Linux O/S that will fit on a 4GB or larger USB Flash drive. I am building this to help address the GTX 1060 3GB issue but it will also work on the rest of the Nvidia cards as well. Sorry, AMD is not supported by Zhasher as of yet. Though I hear they are working on it. Whenever that is done, I will release a update. This will enable you to keep your Win 10 install intact. Just pop in the USB and reboot and start mining. You will have to configure a few things on the 1st boot but then after that it should just flat work. I am including a few screen shots of it showing some of the features it has at

http://www.altcap.biz/zhashwin10fix/

There is also a picture from one of the beta testers from discord showing his rig of 6-1060 3GB's running it.

http://www.altcap.biz/zhashwin10fix/1063Working.png

This is a work in progress. I am building it off of a Micro Linux that I have been developing and using for the last year on all my rigs. The whole O/S size is less than 1 Gig so theoretically I'll be able to fit it on a 2GB drive with room to work still. But 4Gb is fine for now.

Ok, So here is the question. Do you think is alright if I set it up to 50% share mining on it for about 15 minutes a day. You and I would split mining shares for the 15 minutes.  The other 23hours 45 minutes are all yours of coarse.  I guess we would kind of call it a dev fee. That would work out to be roughly a 0.5% fee. I would rather do it this way because most pools are PPLNS. I am thinking if you  stop mining on your pool account completely  like most dev fees work, it would be more harmful to your daily earnings.  Rather if you slow down for a period of time while sharing with me would be less harmful as the pool will see you haven't stopped completely. I am asking this before I release it.  If I am getting enough push back on this, I will release it without the fee share. If everyone is OK with it, I will use the fee to further feature enhancement going forward. Some of the thoughts I have are  self monitoring and repair of mining crashing, Have the "option" to activate being able to remote in to the pc via remote desktop, keeping up with new releases, adding other BTCZ miners as they are developed etc. Things like that. So let me have your complete thoughts on this concept.

We would also setup another 15 minutes for the BitcoinZ Community Fund. So they would get a 0.5% donation as well. So your total donation would roughly 1%. Just a reminder, Zhasher is being released with no dev fee.

So check out the pics and let know your thoughts on this.

Overdrive5

P.S. I'll post the current readme file contents in the next post.

ZhashOS, Mine Zhash in 3 EZ steps. A Pendrive OS, Keep Win10/7 Intact

http://zhashos.altcap.biz

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June 14, 2018, 02:51:05 AM
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Zhasher for Linux Setup Guide in (hopefully) 8 easy steps

Read all of this to get the process clear before you start.

You will need to use etcher to copy the downloaded image to your 4GB or larger USB flash drive.
FYI, You don't have to unzip it before using etcher. They will do it for you and clean up after themselves.
You will need to make sure BIOS is set to boot to usb BEFORE hard drive

Process these icons in sequential order

This Linux will come out of the box ready to DHCP to a Ethernet port.
If it sees the connection you will see the Internet icon in the lower right corner go from black to to green within 15-30 seconds upon desktop display.
If it does, hover your mouse pointer over the icon and you should see your local IP address. Probably something like 192.168.blah.blah.
If it is, you are good to skip the 1st step. If not, start with step 1.

1st Connect To Internet -Be sure and thoroughly read all the dialog boxes.  Should be pretty much self explanatory.

2nd ResetNvidiaXorg.sh - This is a quick script. No interaction necessary. Go to Step 3 afterwards.

3rd Reboot2SaveSettings.sh - Again very quick to start shutting down. It is best to use USB 3.0 drives and ports.
USB 2.0 will work but will be somewhat slower. USB 1.x Really?!? See you next week! LOL!

4th EditZhasher.sh - Do this to modify your Zhasher commandline for your wallet.worker name, pool and port number.
Also adjust -cd for the number of GPU's you have. (I.E 6 GPU's use -cd 0 1 2 3 4 5 )  It comes out of the box setup to mine the testnet.
Which is testable until around June 16th 2018

5th TestZhasherWorks.sh - This should run Zhasher in a terminal screen (Command Prompt Screen).
It should start producing Sols/s results fairly quickly if everything is set correct so far.

6th StopZhasherTest.sh - This will shut down the test so we can activate the Auto Mine On Boot method.

7th ActivateZhasherOnBoot.sh This will activate Auto Mine On Boot. No interaction necessary. Go to step 8 afterwards.

8th Reboot2ActivateAndEnjoy.sh - Reboot and to Save Your Setup and Get Working! Enjoy!

ZhashOS, Mine Zhash in 3 EZ steps. A Pendrive OS, Keep Win10/7 Intact

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June 14, 2018, 03:08:17 AM
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NOTICE for GTX 1060 3GB users.

It is very likely Win10 and the new Zhash algo will not be able to work. Something about Win10 using to much memory for itself and not releasing enough for the new algo. Some people are claiming success but most others are not. One rather drastic solution is to revert back to Win7. I am developing a alternative that allows you to keep Win10 intact.

I've been working on a ready to work out of the box Zhasher Micro Linux O/S that will fit on a 4GB or larger USB Flash drive. I am building this to help address the GTX 1060 3GB issue but it will also work on the rest of the Nvidia cards as well. Sorry, AMD is not supported by Zhasher as of yet. Though I hear they are working on it. Whenever that is done, I will release a update. This will enable you to keep your Win 10 install intact. Just pop in the USB and reboot and start mining. You will have to configure a few things on the 1st boot but then after that it should just flat work. I am including a few screen shots of it showing some of the features it has at

http://www.altcap.biz/zhashwin10fix/

There is also a picture from one of the beta testers from discord showing his rig of 6-1060 3GB's running it.

http://www.altcap.biz/zhashwin10fix/1063Working.png

This is a work in progress. I am building it off of a Micro Linux that I have been developing and using for the last year on all my rigs. The whole O/S size is less than 1 Gig so theoretically I'll be able to fit it on a 2GB drive with room to work still. But 4Gb is fine for now.

Ok, So here is the question. Do you think is alright if I set it up to 50% share mining on it for about 15 minutes a day. You and I would split mining shares for the 15 minutes.  The other 23hours 45 minutes are all yours of coarse.  I guess we would kind of call it a dev fee. That would work out to be roughly a 0.5% fee. I would rather do it this way because most pools are PPLNS. I am thinking if you  stop mining on your pool account completely  like most dev fees work, it would be more harmful to your daily earnings.  Rather if you slow down for a period of time while sharing with me would be less harmful as the pool will see you haven't stopped completely. I am asking this before I release it.  If I am getting enough push back on this, I will release it without the fee share. If everyone is OK with it, I will use the fee to further feature enhancement going forward. Some of the thoughts I have are  self monitoring and repair of mining crashing, Have the "option" to activate being able to remote in to the pc via remote desktop, keeping up with new releases, adding other BTCZ miners as they are developed etc. Things like that. So let me have your complete thoughts on this concept.

We would also setup another 15 minutes for the BitcoinZ Community Fund. So they would get a 0.5% donation as well. So your total donation would roughly 1%. Just a reminder, Zhasher is being released with no dev fee.

So check out the pics and let know your thoughts on this.

Overdrive5

P.S. I'll post the current readme file contents in the next post.
Personally I think its fine what you suggest. You have a lot of time invested in development. If its a good and useful product and allows others to make money you should reward yourself a little  Wink 

And glad your taking into account the PPLNS factor... that's always been a concern

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June 14, 2018, 03:27:36 AM
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Hey, dev's
 I like the construction of this business!
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June 14, 2018, 05:28:25 AM
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Zhasher for Linux Setup Guide in (hopefully) 8 easy steps

Read all of this to get the process clear before you start.

You will need to use etcher to copy the downloaded image to your 4GB or larger USB flash drive.
FYI, You don't have to unzip it before using etcher. They will do it for you and clean up after themselves.
You will need to make sure BIOS is set to boot to usb BEFORE hard drive

Process these icons in sequential order

This Linux will come out of the box ready to DHCP to a Ethernet port.
If it sees the connection you will see the Internet icon in the lower right corner go from black to to green within 15-30 seconds upon desktop display.
If it does, hover your mouse pointer over the icon and you should see your local IP address. Probably something like 192.168.blah.blah.
If it is, you are good to skip the 1st step. If not, start with step 1.

1st Connect To Internet -Be sure and thoroughly read all the dialog boxes.  Should be pretty much self explanatory.

2nd ResetNvidiaXorg.sh - This is a quick script. No interaction necessary. Go to Step 3 afterwards.

3rd Reboot2SaveSettings.sh - Again very quick to start shutting down. It is best to use USB 3.0 drives and ports.
USB 2.0 will work but will be somewhat slower. USB 1.x Really?!? See you next week! LOL!

4th EditZhasher.sh - Do this to modify your Zhasher commandline for your wallet.worker name, pool and port number.
Also adjust -cd for the number of GPU's you have. (I.E 6 GPU's use -cd 0 1 2 3 4 5 )  It comes out of the box setup to mine the testnet.
Which is testable until around June 16th 2018

5th TestZhasherWorks.sh - This should run Zhasher in a terminal screen (Command Prompt Screen).
It should start producing Sols/s results fairly quickly if everything is set correct so far.

6th StopZhasherTest.sh - This will shut down the test so we can activate the Auto Mine On Boot method.

7th ActivateZhasherOnBoot.sh This will activate Auto Mine On Boot. No interaction necessary. Go to step 8 afterwards.

8th Reboot2ActivateAndEnjoy.sh - Reboot and to Save Your Setup and Get Working! Enjoy!

Thank you! I think you deserve the small dev fee!

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June 14, 2018, 05:36:03 AM
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As I see, you say no fork, so I guess it is not a bitcoin fork. Then why are you using the bitcoin name? Is there a certain reason?
Also I saw that there is no ICO. Are you planning an airdrop for the first coins or it is only minable?
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June 14, 2018, 07:07:50 AM
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NOTICE for GTX 1060 3GB users.

It is very likely Win10 and the new Zhash algo will not be able to work. Something about Win10 using to much memory for itself and not releasing enough for the new algo. Some people are claiming success but most others are not. One rather drastic solution is to revert back to Win7. I am developing a alternative that allows you to keep Win10 intact.

I've been working on a ready to work out of the box Zhasher Micro Linux O/S that will fit on a 4GB or larger USB Flash drive. I am building this to help address the GTX 1060 3GB issue but it will also work on the rest of the Nvidia cards as well. Sorry, AMD is not supported by Zhasher as of yet. Though I hear they are working on it. Whenever that is done, I will release a update. This will enable you to keep your Win 10 install intact. Just pop in the USB and reboot and start mining. You will have to configure a few things on the 1st boot but then after that it should just flat work. I am including a few screen shots of it showing some of the features it has at

http://www.altcap.biz/zhashwin10fix/

There is also a picture from one of the beta testers from discord showing his rig of 6-1060 3GB's running it.

http://www.altcap.biz/zhashwin10fix/1063Working.png

This is a work in progress. I am building it off of a Micro Linux that I have been developing and using for the last year on all my rigs. The whole O/S size is less than 1 Gig so theoretically I'll be able to fit it on a 2GB drive with room to work still. But 4Gb is fine for now.

Ok, So here is the question. Do you think is alright if I set it up to 50% share mining on it for about 15 minutes a day. You and I would split mining shares for the 15 minutes.  The other 23hours 45 minutes are all yours of coarse.  I guess we would kind of call it a dev fee. That would work out to be roughly a 0.5% fee. I would rather do it this way because most pools are PPLNS. I am thinking if you  stop mining on your pool account completely  like most dev fees work, it would be more harmful to your daily earnings.  Rather if you slow down for a period of time while sharing with me would be less harmful as the pool will see you haven't stopped completely. I am asking this before I release it.  If I am getting enough push back on this, I will release it without the fee share. If everyone is OK with it, I will use the fee to further feature enhancement going forward. Some of the thoughts I have are  self monitoring and repair of mining crashing, Have the "option" to activate being able to remote in to the pc via remote desktop, keeping up with new releases, adding other BTCZ miners as they are developed etc. Things like that. So let me have your complete thoughts on this concept.

We would also setup another 15 minutes for the BitcoinZ Community Fund. So they would get a 0.5% donation as well. So your total donation would roughly 1%. Just a reminder, Zhasher is being released with no dev fee.

So check out the pics and let know your thoughts on this.

Overdrive5

P.S. I'll post the current readme file contents in the next post.

That's a damn shame about Win10, I will have to install Win7 as I have no interest in using Linux. Nor I know how to use it.

About that dev fee, yes I would absolutely be ok with it.
I don't speak for everyone, I'm sure some will resist to it, but those people need a reality check. If they are mining this coin then they are interested in keeping it alive. 1% dev fee is basically nothing and most other miners have a much larger dev fee. But it will help developers a lot.

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As I see, you say no fork, so I guess it is not a bitcoin fork. Then why are you using the bitcoin name? Is there a certain reason?
Also I saw that there is no ICO. Are you planning an airdrop for the first coins or it is only minable?
BTCz is not a Bitcoin blockchain fork (no coins for BTC owners), but it is a sources fork (program sources are modified sources from BTC).
The project use Bitcoin name because it is like Bitcoin, but with privacy respect and the possibility of at least one BTCz per person in the world (7.5*10^9 peoples in the world and 21*10^9 posible BTCz, versus 21*10^6 possible BTC).
No ICO, no AirDrop. To have this coin, you have to invest in it : by the mining costs (hardware, electricity, knowledge) or, more simple, by buy in an exchange.

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You missed Bitcoin in 2009 ? Do not miss BitcoinZ in 2018 !
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Zhasher for Linux Setup Guide in (hopefully) 8 easy steps

Read all of this to get the process clear before you start.

You will need to use etcher to copy the downloaded image to your 4GB or larger USB flash drive.
FYI, You don't have to unzip it before using etcher. They will do it for you and clean up after themselves.
You will need to make sure BIOS is set to boot to usb BEFORE hard drive

Process these icons in sequential order

This Linux will come out of the box ready to DHCP to a Ethernet port.
If it sees the connection you will see the Internet icon in the lower right corner go from black to to green within 15-30 seconds upon desktop display.
If it does, hover your mouse pointer over the icon and you should see your local IP address. Probably something like 192.168.blah.blah.
If it is, you are good to skip the 1st step. If not, start with step 1.

1st Connect To Internet -Be sure and thoroughly read all the dialog boxes.  Should be pretty much self explanatory.

2nd ResetNvidiaXorg.sh - This is a quick script. No interaction necessary. Go to Step 3 afterwards.

3rd Reboot2SaveSettings.sh - Again very quick to start shutting down. It is best to use USB 3.0 drives and ports.
USB 2.0 will work but will be somewhat slower. USB 1.x Really?!? See you next week! LOL!

4th EditZhasher.sh - Do this to modify your Zhasher commandline for your wallet.worker name, pool and port number.
Also adjust -cd for the number of GPU's you have. (I.E 6 GPU's use -cd 0 1 2 3 4 5 )  It comes out of the box setup to mine the testnet.
Which is testable until around June 16th 2018

5th TestZhasherWorks.sh - This should run Zhasher in a terminal screen (Command Prompt Screen).
It should start producing Sols/s results fairly quickly if everything is set correct so far.

6th StopZhasherTest.sh - This will shut down the test so we can activate the Auto Mine On Boot method.

7th ActivateZhasherOnBoot.sh This will activate Auto Mine On Boot. No interaction necessary. Go to step 8 afterwards.

8th Reboot2ActivateAndEnjoy.sh - Reboot and to Save Your Setup and Get Working! Enjoy!

When will this be ready? I am happy to pay the dev fee if u have a simple out of the box solution.
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June 14, 2018, 06:23:46 PM
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As I see, you say no fork, so I guess it is not a bitcoin fork. Then why are you using the bitcoin name? Is there a certain reason?
Also I saw that there is no ICO. Are you planning an airdrop for the first coins or it is only minable?


The development process of this coin is very similar to Bitcoin. The devs take no fees. There is no ICO. There is no airdrop and its not a FORK with free airdrop. You can read more about it here: https://steemit.com/bitcoin/@brooklynite/btcz-and-how-it-is-a-distinguished-crytocurrency-bitcoinz-or-bitcoin-2-0/

BTCz has no chain fork from any coins. No one got any airdrops.

The source code was originally derived from ZCash so thast it includes privacy. So the original code is Equihash and the addresses look similar to all other Equihash coins. After block 160,000 the mining algo is changing to ZHash so it will be mined differently that ZCash (ZEC).

ZCash team apparently decided to let ASICs tear apart their mining process and push GPUs out. BTCz team decided to change the algo to disable the ASICs. The issue with ASICs is that the initial cost is high and resale value is ZERO so miner just mine and dump hoping to get the equipment paid off , they never do, so they impact the cost of the coin. In my opinion Bitmain has been raping all Equihash coins in this matter since Feb as profits significantly dropped and difficulty went up a lot. 2 months later they claimed they are for sale and they will shop them in June. So they go 4 great months of mining for themselves and they will shop out the carefully used in cleanrooms, used ASICs, as new, to the buyers who will have to mine-n-dump hoping to get their initial money back. Bitmain is also notorious about having secret software hardcoded to mine for Bitmain so if you buy a Z9 its probably 30KSols but gives you 10K and the 20KSol is mining for them. This is more evident as @Inno-Miner came out with A9 that does 50K with 5x hashrate for twice the watts, so that tells me Bitmain's Z9 is also producing 25-30KSol but most of it is hidden from the end user. Its like installing a trojan horse in your home using your electricity for Jihan Wu's pocket. It's wild wild west with governments not regulating anything.

The other issue with ASICs is that once you alienate the tens of thousands of GPU miners for hundreds of ASIC miners, you are losing users. User count is what matters most in Crypto more than anything. Adoption comes second.

Exchanges are almost irrelevant in the success of a coin but many push for more exchanges. more exchanges bring more liquidity. Those who want more exchanges do are typically the ones with a lot of airdrop coins who want to dump without impacting the market price by much. Bitcoin has been listed on many exchanges and it continues to drop. BTCP got listed on a large exchange and has continued to drop since then. Coinbene did a lot of damage to BTCz as we dropped from $0.004 to $0.002 when they said they wont list BTCz.

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June 14, 2018, 08:43:03 PM
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Fork coming soon with 144, 5 parameters.

Do not know if this posted before:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4466962.0

EWBF is back - bigger and brighter.
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June 14, 2018, 09:48:35 PM
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Fork coming soon with 144, 5 parameters.

Do not know if this posted before:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4466962.0

EWBF is back - bigger and brighter.
Very good news, thank you.

EWBF is back and with the ZHash support (new BTCZ algo) !!!
Someone test on testnet ?

Bitcoin + privacy respect = BitcoinZ (topic BitcoinZ)
The only decentralized crypto that complements Bitcoin on privacy.
You missed Bitcoin in 2009 ? Do not miss BitcoinZ in 2018 !
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