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July 12, 2019, 04:02:43 PM
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VF.CASH (VFC)


VF Cash is the most efficient IoT Cryptocurrency project, at the current point in time VF Cash uses only 1.8 MB of memory and a maximum of 8 threads or 2 threads idle. A blockchain file that grows at a rate 76% less than Bitcoin.



VF.CASH running with new mining algorithm - 'finders-keepers', currently support CPU mining, you find addresses that have specific patterns in them, by also having the private key that created the address you can transfer the contents of the address to one of your addresses before anyone else.
Mining can be performed completely offline, you only need access to the web wallet minimum to transfer the balance to a private address. Mined private keys are saved in your data directory and printed to the console.

  • Free transactions
  • Fast to setup
  • Decentalised
  • Lightweight

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VF Cash is a Cryptocurrency project that started on the 23rd of April 2019,it has no Proof-of-Work (POW) rather it has a transaction rate limit per address / public key of three seconds. This prevents the sender or the receiver of a transaction from making any further transactions during this period.
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July 12, 2019, 05:21:38 PM
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Code:
./compile.sh
rm: cannot remove 'coin': No such file or directory
rm: cannot remove '/usr/bin/coin': No such file or directory
./compile.sh: line 5: gcc: command not found
cp: cannot stat 'coin': No such file or directory
chmod: cannot access '/usr/bin/coin': No such file or directory
Compiled and Installed /usr/bin/coin and /var/log/vfc ;)

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July 12, 2019, 05:25:45 PM
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After reading this, I can only say one thing that I almost can not say, I did not understand what the idea of your project, how it will be useful to the public

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After reading this, I can only say one thing that I almost can not say, I did not understand what the idea of your project, how it will be useful to the public
they as I understand you want to keep current mining on CPUs. because asiki flooded all, and work on almost all algorithms

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July 13, 2019, 07:53:53 PM
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Hello from me if you are interested i can make the translations for VFCash to Greek Language !
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July 13, 2019, 08:50:49 PM
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VF.CASH (VFC)


VF Cash is the most efficient IoT Cryptocurrency project, at the current point in time VF Cash uses only 1.8 MB of memory and a maximum of 8 threads or 2 threads idle. A blockchain file that grows at a rate 76% less than Bitcoin.



VF.CASH running with new mining algorithm - 'finders-keepers', currently support CPU mining, you find addresses that have specific patterns in them, by also having the private key that created the address you can transfer the contents of the address to one of your addresses before anyone else.
Mining can be performed completely offline, you only need access to the web wallet minimum to transfer the balance to a private address. Mined private keys are saved in your data directory and printed to the console.

  • Free transactions
  • Fast to setup
  • Decentalised
  • Lightweight

# Please Join Official telegram group for any enquiries.


It sounds challenging project! I am sure this piece of technology is missing in the IOT community. As a application developer I would love to work and use such an asset. Wish you all the best of luck and support.
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July 13, 2019, 09:04:33 PM
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There is a maximum limit of 3072 peers for the entire network.

How did you arrive at such a specific number?
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July 14, 2019, 12:18:04 AM
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After reading this, I can only say one thing that I almost can not say, I did not understand what the idea of your project, how it will be useful to the public
they as I understand you want to keep current mining on CPUs. because asiki flooded all, and work on almost all algorithms


it is true that this project is intended for miners not for the general public

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July 14, 2019, 06:36:24 AM
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Interesting concept ...

One I have seen before, but more on the Brute Force concept than mining.

Keeping an eye on this.

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July 14, 2019, 02:05:50 PM
Last edit: July 14, 2019, 02:32:47 PM by itismoney4me
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it is weird and interesting. You don't mine coins! you mine keys!  what happens if two person find singular keys?
I think we should transfer assets as soon as we find to a fresh wallet (am i right?) it's a race!
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July 14, 2019, 08:10:37 PM
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CentOS 7
gcc version 4.8.5 20150623 (Red Hat 4.8.5-28) (GCC)

gcc -pthread base58.c crc64.c ecc.c sha3.c main.c -lm -o coin -std=c99
return:

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base58.c: In function ‘b58enc’:
base58.c:111:2: error: unknown type name ‘ssize_t’
  ssize_t i, j, high, zcount = 0;
  ^
main.c: In function ‘setMasterNode’:
main.c:559:5: warning: implicit declaration of function ‘inet_aton’ [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
     inet_aton(master_ip, &a);
     ^
main.c: In function ‘replayBlocks’:
main.c:967:17: warning: implicit declaration of function ‘usleep’ [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
                 usleep(200000); //333 = 3k, 211 byte packets / 618kb a second
                 ^
main.c: In function ‘replayBlocksThread’:
main.c:984:5: warning: implicit declaration of function ‘nice’ [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
     nice(19); //Very low priority thread
     ^
main.c: In function ‘main’:
main.c:2196:25: error: storage size of ‘s’ isn’t known
         struct timespec s;
                         ^
main.c:2197:9: warning: implicit declaration of function ‘clock_gettime’ [-Wimplicit-function-declaration]
         clock_gettime(CLOCK_MONOTONIC, &s);
         ^
main.c:2197:23: error: ‘CLOCK_MONOTONIC’ undeclared (first use in this function)
         clock_gettime(CLOCK_MONOTONIC, &s);
                       ^
main.c:2197:23: note: each undeclared identifier is reported only once for each function it appears in
main.c:2199:25: error: storage size of ‘e’ isn’t known
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Code:
./compile.sh
rm: cannot remove 'coin': No such file or directory
rm: cannot remove '/usr/bin/coin': No such file or directory
./compile.sh: line 5: gcc: command not found
cp: cannot stat 'coin': No such file or directory
chmod: cannot access '/usr/bin/coin': No such file or directory
Compiled and Installed /usr/bin/coin and /var/log/vfc ;)

I have the same problem. I have no idea where to get "vfc" folder.
Code:
rm: нeвoзмoжнo yдaлить '/usr/bin/coin': Heт тaкoгo фaйлa или кaтaлoгa
rm: нeвoзмoжнo yдaлить '/usr/bin/vfc': Heт тaкoгo фaйлa или кaтaлoгa
cp: нe yдaлocь выпoлнить stat для 'vfc': Heт тaкoгo фaйлa или кaтaлoгa
chmod: нeвoзмoжнo пoлyчить дocтyп к '/usr/bin/vfc': Heт тaкoгo фaйлa или кaтaлoгa
Compiled and Installed /usr/bin/coin and /srv/.vfc or ~/.vfc

But if we check compile.sh we will found this gcc -pthread base58.c crc64.c ecc.c sha3.c main.c -lm -o coin (As suggested by DobroFenix)
It will compiled and we have this:
Code:
nikolay@nikolay-pc:~/VFC-Core$ sudo gcc -pthread base58.c crc64.c ecc.c sha3.c main.c -lm -o coin
[sudo] пapoль для nikolay:           
nikolay@nikolay-pc:~/VFC-Core$ ls
base58.c  base58.h  coin  compile.sh  COPYING.TXT  crc64.c  crc64.h  ecc.c  ecc.h  main.c  README.md  reward.h  sha3.c  sha3.h
nikolay@nikolay-pc:~/VFC-Core$ ./coin
Look's like the blocks.dat cannot be found please make sure you chmod 700 ~/vfc
Sorry you're not on the right chain. Please resync by running ./vfc resync
Directory ~vfc not created and we can't use this command chmod 700 ~/vfc or this ./vfc resync

Finally, we can write ./coin mine and it will work
Code:
6 CPU Cores detected..
Saving mined private keys to .vfc/minted.priv

Mining please wait...
x: 0.18261549 - 0.25296285 - 0.15063931 - 0.31756141
x: 0.27463304 - 0.32010312 - 0.24989971 - 0.16071096
x: 0.16566242 - 0.28275302 - 0.20119589 - 0.28974238
And... We don't have .vfc/minted.priv.
But I really don't know where I can found my wallet and where I can check my coins.
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July 15, 2019, 06:03:29 AM
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Code:
./compile.sh
rm: cannot remove 'coin': No such file or directory
rm: cannot remove '/usr/bin/coin': No such file or directory
./compile.sh: line 5: gcc: command not found
cp: cannot stat 'coin': No such file or directory
chmod: cannot access '/usr/bin/coin': No such file or directory
Compiled and Installed /usr/bin/coin and /var/log/vfc ;)

Based on what I found - coin it's a vfc
Code:
nikolay@nikolay-pc:/VFC-Core$ sudo ./coin help

To get an address balance use:
 ./vfc <address public key>

To check sent transactions from an address use:
 ./vfc out <address public key>

To check received transactions from an address use:
 ./vfc in <address public key>

To make a transaction use:
 ./vfc <sender public key> <reciever public key> <amount> <sender private key>

To manually trigger blockchain resync use:
 ./vfc resync

To manually trigger blockchain sync use:
 ./vfc sync

CPU mining of VFC:
 ./vfc mine <num-threads>

To create a new Address, Public / Private Key-Pair:
 ./vfc new

Get Public Key from Private Key:
 ./vfc getpub <private key>

To manually add a peer use:
 ./vfc addpeer <peer ip-address>

List all locally indexed peers and info:
 ./vfc peers

Dump all transactions in the blockchain:
 ./vfc dump

Dump all double spend transactions detected from other peers:
 ./vfc dumpbad

Clear all double spend transactions detected from other peers:
 ./vfc clearbad

Returns your Public Key stored in ~/.vfc/public.key for reward collections:
 ./vfc reward

Returns client version:
 ./vfc version

Returns client blocks.dat size / num transactions:
 ./vfc heigh

Returns the circulating supply:
 ./vfc circulating

Does it look like this client wont send transactions? Maybe the master server is offline and you have no saved peers, if so then scan for a peer using the following command:
 ./vfc scan

To get started running a dedicated node, execute ./vfc on a seperate screen, you will need to make atleast one transaction a month to be indexed by the network.
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July 15, 2019, 06:58:53 AM
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in new update coin command is replaced with vfc (I think)
poor support here in bitcointalk
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At the moment we don't have more resource to oversee bitcointalk response and provide feedback, There are more interactive support in telegram group, please join.
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can we get a Discord server??
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July 18, 2019, 12:19:46 AM
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Sorry if this is a noobish question, but can my private key be discovered through mining? How do the private keys we uncover by mining already have VFC in them?
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July 21, 2019, 06:43:39 PM
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Sorry if this is a noobish question, but can my private key be discovered through mining? How do the private keys we uncover by mining already have VFC in them?
Yes and No
I am not a dev member, but I had the same question.
The mined keys are special. they have specific angles and the miner is programmed to find this special keys. If you create a wallet with initially no VFC in it you have a wallet that is not minable by official miner.
However one can modify miner to mine not these special rewarded keys (I did this modification just for testing) so the modified miner, mines keys but not rewarded ones. Now technically this new miner can mine a personal wallet like yours but the probability is very vey low for a specific wallet and is very low for any non-zero wallet. Yet it is possible. It depends on how many non-zero wallets are available in the chain.
So my suggestion for you and myself is to have more than one wallet (Just in case Grin)
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If this project is dedicating also for electronic transactions that even low-end hardware can afford to be employed, then, users adoption is still very important for this project.
The longevity of this project still depends on the users that will continue to support this kind of system as well as shops or entities that might utilize their services.
The UI for their website is pretty simple and straightforward but I do hope they will improve their aesthetic appearance also.

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