ISOTOPEC(22.214.171.124) IsotopeC Digital Asset Manual ISOTOPEC(126.96.36.199)
IsotopeC - a peer to peer digital crypto asset - IsotopeC Man Page
isotopec [--no-centralization] [--wallet-miner] [--isotopec-cpuminer]
[--yespower-algo] [--asic-resistant] [--gpu-resistant] [--dark-gravity-wave]
[--no-premine] [--no-ico] [--no-faucets] [--no-airdrops] [--future-development]
When something is truly free, it has no bounds. It can go anywhere it pleases and will stop at nothing to fight for its liberty.
If challenged, the free shall not be barred for the need, or denied the means to defend itself from tyrants to the end.
You can mine this digital asset with the wallet and just a cpu! Just download and open the console and enter "setgenerate true".
The asset is designed to have a max supply of 26,910,720 units that can be broken down to one-hundred-million of each unit and is immutable. Unlike, centralized fractional banking reserves that prints fiat with no financial backing, or standards.
Throughout history, this system has caused war, recessions, hyper-inflation, market manipulation, and quantitative easing to fix its inconsistencies, by printing fiat out of thin air.
The asset has a 144 year mining life, and will be able to be mined by anyone with a regular home computer like the beginning days of Bitcoin. This was before its algorithm was manipulated by special hashing systems [ASIC/FPGA/GPU's], and is now being dictated by its market price in order to run. These types of systems use substantial amounts of energy, and also cost in the thousands to purchase.
In recent times, several significant drops in its market value (per unit) has dictated the cost to operate these systems, and inhibits investment (mining) by being too expensive to operate. Which defeats the purpose of being a decentralized financial payment system, and it is imperative that a blockchain is mined for it to work. Additionally, when a halving occurs, the market value (per asset) has to increase in value in order to gain a return for its operating costs. Moreover, these systems have an unfair advantage over CPU's, and its core principle of being a large peer to peer network is greatly reduced.
The main consensus for IsotopeC, is to assure that these systems are challenged by the algorithm implemented through periodic algorithmic change from time to time. This is to attain the ability for mining only by CPU's for its consensus, market fairness and power efficiency.
It's purpose is to establish a private trust-less payment system and the ability to send payments instantly to anyone in the world, without any central authority for its users.
Every transaction written to the ledger is public and is fully visible in the IsotopeC blockchain.
IsotopeC is strictly a grassroots asset with no ICO, or funding. It was fairly launched with no business structure, and its miner consensus determines its direction. There was no pre-mine and there will never be any airdrops, or faucets.
It was designed to be free from tyranny, and will be the bastion of crypto freedom.
Further technical information about IsotopeC will be released, and will be available for download only on this site.
The release will be signed digitally by the developer and can be authenticated by IsotopeC Development Labs PGP PUBLIC KEY.
* Genesis Date: 10/28/2019
* Ticker: ISO
* Subsidy: 32 ISO per block
* Assets: 26,910,720
* Subsidy Breakdown: IsotopeC Maximum Units | Simplified
* Blocktime: 5 Min / 300 Sec
* Block Size: 4 MB
* Maturity: 100 Blocks
* Halving: 420,480 Blocks / 4 Years
* Halvings: 36
* Mining Time: 144 Years | 36 Intervals x 420,480 Blocks
* Difficulty: Dark Gravity Wave
* Algorithm: Yespower 1.0.1
* Algorithm Variant: YespowerIC
* Algo N: 2048
* Algo R: 32
* Algo Pers: IsotopeC
* Algo Perslen: 8
* Main Net Ports: 8675
* Main Net RPC Ports: 8674
* Test Net Ports: 18675
* Test Net RPC Ports: 18674
* Reg Test Ports: 15309
* Reg Test RPC Ports: 15308
The latest and most current version can be downloaded from the Github page.
You can view or compile the source code yourself or just use a pre-compiled binary.
WALLET SOURCE CODE
* Latest Version
sudo make install
For faster compiling, disable tests and bench when running configure use: ./configure --disable-tests --disable-bench
To build for your version of MacOSX. Read here: Build OSX
For MacOSX cross-compiling: Be sure to download the SDK for your system. Then create a folder in the depends directory named SDKs. Then put your OS's software development kit in the /depends/SDKs directory and compile it, then compile the source.
PAPER WALLET GENERATOR
Just download, extract, shutoff the net, open the folder, run index.html in a browser and follow the README instructions.
Unnamed.Exchange - Op: @TillKoeln [Discord] https://discord.gg/JqauTkU
* Unnamed.Exchange | ISO/BTC Trading Pair
* Unnamed.Exchange | ISO/ETH Trading Pair
* Unnamed.Exchange | ISO/XMR Trading Pair
* Unnamed.Exchange | ISO/LTC Trading Pair
* Unnamed.Exchange | ISO/USDT Trading Pair
* Unnamed.Exchange | ISO/UTIP Trading Pair
* Unnamed.Exchange | ISO/WAVES Trading Pair
* Unnamed.Exchange | ISO/DOGE Trading Pair
Note: IsotopeC was launched with no ICO, and exchanges are able to list IsotopeC without the need for permission.
IsotopeC has no funding for pre-listing, post listing, or any reoccurring fee's, and is held harmless of any expenses occurred that lists IsotopeC for trade and/or purchase.
The business model for an exchange charges fee's to those that use their services.
After installing the IsotopeC QT wallet. You can set the wallet to mine after it has synchronized with the IsotopeC blockchain.
Cpu mining was always a big part of the beginning days of crypto, when all it took was a CPU running a node/daemon to help support the network.
The main consensus of the IsotopeC blockchain, is to stick to this principle.
* Go to Help -> Debug window -> Console
* Enter: "setgenerate true" in the terminal without the quotations.
* Your systems CPU fan will speed up and your wallet will then start to mine.
* Continue using the computer and minimize the wallet or set it to start up in the background after your system boots.
Type -> "help" in the console to see more commands.
Customize: Use "setgenerate true 4" without the quotations and "4" being the amount of cores in your computer. By default, if no # is specified. The amount of cores used by the wallet miner will be -1 core of the total cpu cores in your system to allow continued use of your computer, while you mine IsotopeC.
IsotopeC CPUMiner - Stand-Alone Miner
The official cpuminer for IsotopeC with the YespowerIC Algorithm can be downloaded or viewed here --> isotopec-cpuminer
Binary files are for Windows and Linux and can be downloaded from Github. A README file is included for instructions on how to use huge pages and tweak CPU affinity.
* Windows IsotopeC-CPUminer_v188.8.131.52_Windows-x86_64_DLL.zip
The static version of Windows was far slower than the dynamic build and the archive contains all DLL's required to run. A static version will be released.
* Linux IsotopeC-CPUminer_v184.108.40.206_Linux_Static.tar.gz
Dependencies for Linux are built into the binary and was built for multiple distributions and flavors. Dependencies will only be needed for building from source.
* 1. Download the source code .gz or .zip from Github
* 2. Extract the archive file.
* 3. cd into the extracted directory: IE: cd isotopec-cpuminer
* 4. Open a terminal within the directory.
* 5. Be sure to install the dependencies.
sudo apt-get install build-essential libssl-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev libjansson-dev libgmp-dev automake zlib1g-dev
* 6. Type ./build.sh and press enter. The source will compile and create the isotopec-cpuminer binary.
When compiling is complete, you can then mine at your favorite pool.
* 7. To mine: Open a terminal within the directory and enter:
./cpuminer -a yespowerIC -o stratum+tcp://pool.isotopec.org:7530 -u yourwalletaddress -p x
The build.sh file is built with a general purpose CPU instruction set [native] and can be configured to match your type of CPU.
See --> Compile Flags
Further details for compiling Linux and Windows Source are located in the archive or can be viewed below.
After starting the miner, you can continue using the computer and minimize the terminal or set it to start up in the --background
For more information: Type ./cpuminer -help in another terminal to see more commands.
Dark Gravity Wave is an open source mining difficulty re-adjustment algorithm that was deployed to assist with difficulty on the IsotopeC blockchain.
Stock configuration for IsotopeC DGW is set to re-target every 10 to 12 blocks. DGW uses multiple exponential moving averages with a simple moving average to achieve the smoother difficulty re-target mechanism and is immune to issues like multipools.
As it calculates difficulty every single block, the DGW chain becomes more secure and block times are much more consistent; despite large fluctuations in mining power.
Apart from controlled difficulty some other benefits of Dark Gravity Wave are security, faster transactions, and its reliability.
Created by Evan Duffield [creator of X11/Darkcoin/Dash]
Current Version: DarkGravity v3
DarkGravity v3, GeertJohan's version
Yespower is a proof-of-work (PoW) focused fork of yescrypt, which in turn builds upon scrypt.
While yescrypt is a password-based key derivation function (KDF) and password hashing scheme, and thus is meant for processing passwords.
Yespower is also meant for processing trial inputs such as block headers (including nonces) in PoW-based blockchains.
Designed by Openwall / Solar Designer
Current version: Yespower 1.0.1
The idea of incorporating one payment channel into a protocol, is not what the developer foresees as a good idea. It is this notion why the developer decided to look at a point in time and a version of Bitcoin core that was free of any side chains being built into its core.
The developer foresees an industry for off chain entities to exist that users can choose from, and not be forced to use just one.
Satoshi Nakamoto said it best... "Piling every proof-of-work quorum system in the world into one dataset doesn't scale." – December 10, 2010
Although, the developer believes that payment channels are a great idea to speed things up on a blockchain and are made by very talented and gifted people. It's just that it's the developers belief that it should be a market on its own and with competition. That's if, a user chooses to use a side chain and not be left with no choice at all.
This area has caused much contentious debate in the crypto world and now that a side chain payment channel is fully immersed into the Bitcoin protocol. It's just a matter of time that its users will feel its control and eventually realize how incrementalism is used to bring on radical change away from what was originally intended.
By then, it will be too late. As it is now the case and completely a part of its core. Its users will then understand that it should of been left alone as a protocol.
The area of interest for IsotopeC starts with sun-setting Segregated Witness and replacing ECDSA with Schnorr Signatures into the Script Opcodes. As IsotopeC scales, its block size will be increased in accordance to transaction demand and miner input. In addition to incorporating side-chains and connecting other blockchains.
IsotopeC has no premine from the genesis block and the genesis is not spendable.
There will be no Initial Coin Offering for IsotopeC. History has shown that the vast majority of ICO's bring on fraud and trouble for the community. Some have success. But, most end up screwing over its investors and the virtue signaling that these con artists represent, are purporting a good cause or claim that something is being donated. It's just not in the developers interest to sell the asset that way. Just live free and mine!
There will be no faucets for IsotopeC. This is because the developer believes that faucets reduce an assets capacity and inhibits its growth. The purpose is to create a payment system that is easy for anyone to mine and use.
There will be no Airdrops from IsotopeC. This is similar to how the developer views faucets.
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