Is it possible to create a unified client that manages multiple cryptocurrencies?

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I found something new and interesting for the future, it is also something like cryptocurrency named Nims, every minute equal 1 Nim which will be used in the future to exchange for goods.

Developers worked for 2 years to get this idea real, and it's started to work on the beta version.

Video about Nimses:

Google Play:


Invite code to receive bonus of 1440 Nims: - gmxoso0njb

Their prediction is that 1 Nim in 2018 will be 0.001$

I think the idea is very interesting and we will see this thing in the future going...

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FAQS Updated: May 27, 2017

What is a Cryptocurrency?
A cryptocurrency is a digital or virtual currency that uses encryption techniques to secure, create, and transact in measured units. Cryptocurrencies are also known as coins, alt-coins, and virtual currency.

What is
Crypto Coin Creator is a software package that allows anyone to create their own hybrid cryptocurrency.

How much does cost? is currently free to use to use and try. However periodiclly we purge our trial sites so if you are serious about owning your own currency it is advised to purchase a commercial license. Contact us at for more info.

Are coins created with your software anonymous?
Yes. Coins created with our software are designed to be anonymous and decentralized. Though it is up to the coin creator on how anonymous and decentralized they want it to be.


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A lot of things have happened in the past few weeks in the Ethereum ecosystem, so many that it might be hard for a casual observer to understand where we are and what’s available out there. So I would like to use my first post here to give you an overview of the tools we’ve built and how you can use them to build interesting things right now.

But first a short introduction: I am Alex Van de Sande and I am the lead designer on the Ethereum foundation. At DevconOne I gave a talk entitled “The Blockchain Versus The Average User” where I went into more details on the challenges to bringing the Ethereum ecosystem to the aforementioned “Average User”, one of which is the difficulty of defining what that term even means. When personal computers were introduced they were advertised as being “to the rest of us”, but the “rest of us” public they targeted was actually a very narrow audience interested in word processing, spreadsheets and desktop publishing. Today, those would be...

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Unified Digital Currency


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Currency Details

Unified Digital Currency or UDC, is a new digital currency, focused on becoming the global exchange medium, by facilitating international commerce, attaining ubiquitous adoption in local commerce and creating a new digital ecosystem that goes beyond the financial aspect.

UDC differs in a number of points with relation to other cryptocurrencies. For starters, it uses 2 separate chains to operate, a Ledger chain that focuses on the currency and monetary operations, and, a Network Management Blockchain (NMB) which deals with the network itself and its participants (network organization/participants registry/Slots allocations/public keys registry/DAS and DAO registry/...) and thus provides a completely open and transparent currency.
Another big difference is in the network's architecture, it is multi-layered and...

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When you look at the complexities that go into making a physical dollar bill it’s plain to see why most people don’t start trying to print a new form of currency every day, but making a new digital currency is surprisingly easy for someone with even basic coding skills. But coding isn’t the only step to getting your digital currency off the ground. Here are the five steps you should follow according to the makers of three cryptocurrencies.

1. Use Community To Nurture Currency

When you think about creating a new digital currency it’s easy to assume the first step would be to begin coding your coin, but that’s the wrong place to start, according to Chris Ellis, a London entrepreneur and a community activist at Feathercoin.

“The first step is to find a community and build a currency around them rather than building a currency and expecting everyone to show up,” Ellis says. “It has to be sensitive to their needs and be relevant to their cultural heritage and...

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In the 21st century, money is no longer limited to bills, coins and credit cards. In fact, some money is truly international -- not owned by any particular government -- and regulated “by the people” instead of a central entity. It also exists wholly on the internet. This type of money is called cryptocurrency.

You may have heard of or even used Bitcoin when it first became popular several years ago, but where Bitcoin used to rule, other cryptocurrencies are now being used to pay back family members for lunch, charge customers for products and services and make other everyday transactions. As an entrepreneur, it’s important to keep an eye on the most commonly-used cryptocurrencies. Here are six I think you should know about.


Rather than competing with Bitcoin like many...

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What makes your company unique? Whether your company employs three people or three hundred people, in one office or five, every leader should constantly be working towards a singular company culture where employees feel aligned with the company mission. But as your company grows and you start managing remote employees, certain challenges will arise. The last thing you want is your satellite employees to feel unaligned with the company's mission, and to lose sight of company goals. Even worse, you don't want your employees to begin to feel like outcasts.

Creating a culture is unlike any other business endeavor; it involves creating an intangible set of subtle rules and ideas that are often difficult to manage. "Not everything that happens in a business is based on visible, objective, and formal rules," writes Mark Williams in Fit In! The Unnofficial Guide to Corporate Culture. "Some things are more subtle; they live between the lines of the company manual. These informal...

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IT administrators used to have separate tools to manage PCs and mobile devices. Today, there are tools that handle nearly all types of clients, although some do it better than others.

Client management tools combine operating system and application deployment, compliance, asset discovery and inventory, and patch, security and policy-based configuration management for computers and mobile devices.

Most products are delivered via appliances or as software as a service (SaaS). Some are a hybrid of the two; they are software-based and run from a central server with agents on each client. As organizations increasingly bet on the security of the cloud and seek to benefit from the flexibility and scalability of SaaS, the future of client management is trending toward SaaS-based tools.

Microsoft Windows operating system still dominates corporate desktops, so most management products support Windows devices. Some tools also support Apple's Mac OS X. On the mobile device...

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Quantave, a London based startup developing trade life-cycle infrastructure for digital assets, officially entered its closed beta-testing phase today. It aims to open the market to institutional traders and investors who are attracted by the recent growth in trading volumes in digital assets such as Bitcoin and Ethereum.

The London Summit 2017 is coming, get involved!

The company explains that the existing trade-lifecycle infrastructure that underpins the market has, until now, been largely unsuitable for institutional investors. Accessing liquidity has been complex due to the fragmented nature of the market requiring repetitive onboarding and capital management processes.

Quantave’s solution simplifies access to liquidity so that institutional participants such as family offices, fund managers, hedge funds, FX brokers, market makers and authorised participants will be able to access multiple broker-dealers and exchanges via a unified gateway, resulting in a...

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Это ваша лента, где вы будете проводить большую часть времени, получая мгновенные уведомления о том, что интересует именно вас.

Наведите на изображение профиля и нажмите кнопку чтения, чтобы перестать читать любую учетную запись.

Самый быстрый способ поделиться чьим-либо твитом с вашими читателями — ретвитнуть его. Нажмите значок со стрелочками, чтобы мгновенно сделать это.

Поделитесь своими мыслями о любом твите, просто ответив на него. Найдите тему, которая вам интересна, и вступайте в беседу.

Мгновенно узнавайте о том, что обсуждают люди прямо сейчас.

Читайте больше учетных записей, чтобы получать мгновенные обновления о том, что вас больше всего интересует.

Читайте самые последние беседы на любую тему, мгновенно появляющиеся в вашей ленте.

Следите за тем, как разворачиваются лучшие...

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On Friday, ransomware called WannaCry used leaked hacking tools stolen from the National Security Agency to attack an estimated 200,000 computers in 150 countries. On Monday, researchers said the same weapons-grade attack kit was used in a much-earlier and possibly larger-scale hack that made infected computers part of a botnet that mined cryptocurrency.

Like WannaCry, this earlier, previously unknown attack used an exploit codenamed EternalBlue and a backdoor called DoublePulsar, both of which were NSA-developed hacking tools leaked in mid April by a group calling itself Shadow Brokers. But instead of installing ransomware, the campaign pushed cryptocurrency mining software known as Adylkuzz. WannaCry, which gets its name from a password hard-coded into the exploit, is also known as WCry.

Kafeine, a well-known researcher at security firm Proofpoint, said the attack started no later than May 2 and may have begun as early as April 24. He said the campaign was...

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The year of 2017 is definitely the year of crypto, especially that the market capital of cryptocurrencies has reached its all time high during the past week, recording around $28.7 billion according to data from Many cryptocurrency traders, or more precisely “altcoin flippers”, as myself have made some good profits during the past few weeks. I managed to double my cryptocurrency trading capital during March.

I have been flipping altcoins (We will define altcoin flipping later on during this tutorial) since 2013. I traded across many cryptocurrency exchanges including Poloniex, Hitbtc, Bittrex and Cryptsy which ended by an exit scam by its owner Paul Vernon. Throughout this tutorial, I will present you with a simple-to-follow guide that will help you start “altcoin flipping” which can help you make some money online.

Important disclaimer: Trading cryptocurrencies is highly risky due to high volatility of prices of most coins. Constantly profitable...

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Have you heard of Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum & Smart Contracts?

Have you ever thought of creating your own cryptocurrencies?

Have you ever created any Smart Contracts?

In this course I will teach you how to create your own personal cryptocurrency on top of Ethereum Blockchain and use it to represent any asset, game coins, gold coins or anything that has value to you or your business. In this course, we will create a basic coin from scratch and then keep modifying it to make it a perfect virtual coin or token. We will learn what:

What is Ethereum, Smart Contracts & Blockchain?What is Solidity & Ethereum Virtual Machine?How to install & Setup Solidity Development Environment?How to write first basic smart contracts & Test it?How to write a Minimal Viable Token in Solidity?How to deploy & test the Minimal Viable Token in Solidity?Building a Cryptocurrency which is maintained by thousands of computers on...
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Site-to-Site IPSec VPN Tunnels are used to allow the secure transmission of data, voice and video between two sites (e.g offices or branches). The VPN tunnel is created over the Internet public network and encrypted using a number of advanced encryption algorithms to provide confidentiality of the data transmitted between the two sites.

This article will show how to setup and configure two Cisco routers to create a permanent secure site-to-site VPN tunnel over the Internet, using the IP Security (IPSec) protocol. In this article we assume both Cisco routers have a static public IP address. Readers interested in configuring support for dynamic public IP address endpoint routers can refer to our Configuring Site to Site IPSec VPN with Dynamic IP Endpoint Cisco Routers article.

IPSec VPN tunnels can also be configured using GRE (Generic Routing Encapsulation) Tunnels with IPsec. GRE tunnels greatly simply the configuration and administration of VPN tunnels and are...

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As NYC Tech Industry Grows, City Aims to Fill Skills Gap

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Ladders for Leaders is a New York City initiative by the Office of the Mayor that aims to tackle NYC's youth employment crisis while training what they hope will be the most diverse tech workforce. 10 IT Jobs That Will Be Done by AI

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Artificial intelligence is already taking on some tasks that were previously performed by humans - but that doesn't necessarily mean you will soon be out of job.Blockchain Moving Beyond Bitcoin

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Experts expect to see the shared database technology securely managing transactions in areas ranging from real estate to digital.A Lesson in Physics and Engineering for Data Center Efficiency

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Mitre's infrastructure team used physics, EU voltage standards, and cross-team collaboration to reduce their data center costs by 20%. Jim Treadway, Chief Engineer of Infrastructure for Mitre...
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I am mining for the pool but the wallet still shows INVESTOR and 0 magnitude. Is that ok?

That is perfectly normal, when pool-mining you do work for the pool's account and as a reward get transactions from the pool for the work you did. Because of this you do not work for your own CPID and have no magnitude.

I am mining for the pool but even though I work on projects this is not shown on the profile page of the pool. What can I do?

Make sure you remove all existing projects from the BOINC manager before syncing to the pool. Then you can add new projects from the page of the pool (

I have connections but the number of blocks does not increase. What can I do?

If you have connections you should be fine and the wallet will sort itself out.

The reason for this is most likely that you have to resend your beacon, which should be done every 6 months. For this either unlock your wallet so that it sends automatically or...

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Who isn’t curious about Bitcoin, the virtual currency whose origin story is rife with underground marketplaces, instant millionaires, and massive scams? And the best way to learn more is to start participating yourself.

Sure, you could hit up an exchange and drop four hundred dollars or more on a single bitcoin, but you can also get in for free by mining the coins yourself. Bitcoin has become too hard for regular people to mine, but the world of bitcoin-like “altcoins” is still wide-open to hobbyist miners. Here's everything you need to know to get started mining altcoins.

What is an altcoin?

This article assumes you’ve at least heard of Bitcoin, but you might not have heard of altcoins. “Altcoin” is a catch-all term for cryptocurrencies based on the Bitcoin system, which aren’t actually Bitcoin. Because Bitcoin is open-source software, anyone with some development experience can copy it and create their own currency.

Of course, like Bitcoin, the value...

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