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July 10, 2014, 12:11:16 AM
Last edit: July 10, 2014, 12:24:24 AM by Falcoin
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Falcoin

FalCoin is based on Nist5 Algo (first developed by TalkCoin)  crypto-currency that is  let users communicate
 via the blockchain with the same freedom and security provided to financial transactions.


http://www.gorelabs.com/Portals/0/GLI%20Images/PAGE_Pics/nist_logo.jpg


Secure Hash Algorithms NIST SHA-3 candidate algorithms

- Implementation based on the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) publication.
(cf. http://nvlpubs.nist.gov/nistpubs/ir/2012/NIST.IR.7896.pdf)

The NIST hash function competition was an open competition held by the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to develop a new hash function called SHA-3 to complement the older SHA-1 and SHA-2. NIST selected five SHA-3 candidate algorithms to advance to the third (and final) round: BLAKE - Grøstl (Knudsen et al.) - JH - Keccak (Keccak team, Daemen et al.) - Skein (Schneier et al.)

NIST noted some factors that figured into its selection as it announced the finalists:
•   Performance
•   Security
•   Analysis: "NIST eliminated several algorithms because of the extent of their second-round tweaks or because of a relative lack of reported cryptanalysis – either tended to create the suspicion that the design might not yet be fully tested and mature."
•   Diversity: The finalists included hashes based on different modes of operation, including the HAIFA and sponge function constructions, and with different internal structures, including ones based on AES, bitslicing, and alternating XOR with addition.

Why NIST5 over other Algorithms.

Since NIST5 is much less strenuous on graphics cards, it runs a lot cooler and saves a lot on electricity costs. This is an extremely important factor, the NIST5 algo can run coolly without any added external cooling and hence allowing for more underclocking and undervolting. It’s a win-win situation!


http://s17.postimg.org/8mdfqa8cv/descarga.png

Features


√ Democratic block reward voting
√ algo based on NIST SHA-3
√ cpu/gpu miner

Specifications

√ Currency: FALC
√ Algorithms: NIST5: BLAKE - Grøstl - JH - Keccak - Skein
√ Block time: 60 Sec.
√ Cofirmations: 3
√ Block reward: 0-5 max (decentralized reward voting), default: 5
√ Max Supply:  10,000,000 FalCoins
√ QR code support
√ TOR support
√ Premine: 0.50% for bountys and other Services



Release Date: Saturday July 12th  
TIME: 20:00 US & Canada Central Time

Github Source:  Saturday July 12th

Wallets:

windows: Saturday July 12th  
Mac: Saturday July 12th  
Linux: Saturday July 12th  
android: Monday July 14th  
Online Wallet: Monday July 14th  

 

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July 10, 2014, 12:11:43 AM
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Let my see.

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July 10, 2014, 12:15:37 AM
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I am happy to be here for this coin to talk and see!   Kiss
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haha Icebergcoin is creating a new trend

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haha Icebergcoin is creating a new trend


in fact i believe NIST5 Algo is far better than X11,X13 and X15 , i dont know why there are not more NIST5 Coins. Also the first NIST5 algo was TalkCoin not Iceberg, so if someone is creating a new trend i think is TalkCoin.
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NIST5 ALGO IS SO HOT.

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haha Icebergcoin is creating a new trend


in fact i believe NIST5 Algo is far better than X11,X13 and X15 , i dont know why there are not more NIST5 Coins. Also the first NIST5 algo was TalkCoin not Iceberg, so if someone is creating a new trend i think is TalkCoin.

Don't worry, I know that your coin is a clone of Talkcoin, you don't need to mention it again:

√ Decentralized public chat
√ Democratic block reward voting



But Talkcoin was here since April, and suddenly after ICEBERG three new NIST5 appear in one week... And your graphic is from Icebergcoin.



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July 10, 2014, 12:30:51 AM
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Very good coin, good luck
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July 10, 2014, 12:36:40 AM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=619210.2060

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July 10, 2014, 03:21:22 AM
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Who do you work for?

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July 10, 2014, 03:32:55 AM
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new coin again and again
with new user level newbie
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July 10, 2014, 06:09:28 AM
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haha Icebergcoin is creating a new trend


in fact i believe NIST5 Algo is far better than X11,X13 and X15 , i dont know why there are not more NIST5 Coins. Also the first NIST5 algo was TalkCoin not Iceberg, so if someone is creating a new trend i think is TalkCoin.

Don't worry, I know that your coin is a clone of Talkcoin, you don't need to mention it again:

√ Decentralized public chat
√ Democratic block reward voting



But Talkcoin was here since April, and suddenly after ICEBERG three new NIST5 appear in one week... And your graphic is from Icebergcoin.




Its a clone yes ... but that image was made for TalkCoin months ago Wink

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July 10, 2014, 06:19:55 AM
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haha Icebergcoin is creating a new trend


in fact i believe NIST5 Algo is far better than X11,X13 and X15 , i dont know why there are not more NIST5 Coins. Also the first NIST5 algo was TalkCoin not Iceberg, so if someone is creating a new trend i think is TalkCoin.

Now the Fresh Algorithm bettet than NIST5 again.
More and more Algo will be created in the future.
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July 10, 2014, 09:56:09 AM
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haha Icebergcoin is creating a new trend


in fact i believe NIST5 Algo is far better than X11,X13 and X15 , i dont know why there are not more NIST5 Coins. Also the first NIST5 algo was TalkCoin not Iceberg, so if someone is creating a new trend i think is TalkCoin.

Don't worry, I know that your coin is a clone of Talkcoin, you don't need to mention it again:

√ Decentralized public chat
√ Democratic block reward voting



But Talkcoin was here since April, and suddenly after ICEBERG three new NIST5 appear in one week... And your graphic is from Icebergcoin.




Its a clone yes ... but that image was made for TalkCoin months ago Wink

No, that's a lie.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=619210.msg7628845#msg7628845

It looks like we have another NIST5 coin:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=673524.0


At least the sayd "Introduced by Talkcoin" not bad, I think is good for Talkcoin, NIST5 need to be more popular Smiley

That's awesome, good for them!  Smiley

Do you think we can pinch their NIST5 graphic?


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July 10, 2014, 11:20:01 AM
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Your coin has been added to the Altcoin launch calendar.

http://altcoinherald.com/xwxg

We'll keep posted for developments with your coin!

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July 10, 2014, 11:26:38 AM
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democratic block reward  Grin
Which translates in: how I did clone entirely Talkcoin wallet  Grin

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Its a clone yes ... but that image was made for TalkCoin months ago Wink

No, that's a lie.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=619210.msg7628845#msg7628845

It looks like we have another NIST5 coin:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=673524.0


At least the sayd "Introduced by Talkcoin" not bad, I think is good for Talkcoin, NIST5 need to be more popular Smiley

That's awesome, good for them!  Smiley

Do you think we can pinch their NIST5 graphic?



looks similar don't you think ? photoshop much or not ?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=619210.msg7257263#msg7257263
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