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September 17, 2014, 12:30:26 AM

Coin Built up by the community

5,000,000 PoW coins
5,000 coin reward per block
1,000 total PoW blocks
45 second block time
No Premine
No hidden premine (we will ask for code review from anyone)

Sorry! At the moment only Windows Wallet:!b9JT0AwS!K15uhLrlkZ_5jg0U_v-HcM3EWbgUSd-bfmAC3ia3zo8



What is Darkblock?

Darkblock is a coin that will be made based on suggestions made by the community. The coin doesn't need to be funded solely because we have all the resources at our fingertips. We don't take donations either. An example of a suggestion is if someone wants anonymity in the coin, but they specifically don't want it to be tor or darksend; They want something new. We would work with our team and get it done. We will update everyone on the thread on any questions asked and such. There are many more things we can do though besides this. Note that some suggestions might not be possible within our own skill base.

We reserve the right to remain anonymous to protect our own privacy. Thank you

Features being added to the coin and ETA

1) Anonymous transactions - Release 9/19/14
2) Anonymous Chat - Release 9/19/14
3) New and Improved wallet: Trading within the wallet once the coin is added to bittrex and chat within wallet as well as block explorer - 9/21/14

Major Updates: Anon Toolkit: Password Scrambler - Scrambles Your passwords allowing bruteforce and dictionary attack protection.
TorBlock - Darkblock exclusive Anon network.
Darklayer - Added layers of anonymity
Darksplit - Experimental at the moment. Will release more updates on this.

Expected release date of major updates - 10/15/14 - 11/15/14

Also, expect delays if any with any of the releases.

This new thread is meant to keep the trolls out.
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