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Weekly Update

This Week in TurtleCoin (November 27, 2019)

This week we tightened up our turkey gravy recipes as well as our core software while we reflected on how thankful we are to have such a talented community. Read on to find out more!

Developer Updates

This is a place where anybody in our community can submit a post about the TRTL project they’re working on. It’s a great way to attract helpers for your project and show people what to keep an eye out for. We encourage you to show works in progress as well as finished products, as we’re happy to see them all and it shows that we’re an active community.

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Have you ever had a calculator on your belt clip? Of course not, because you haven’t won a crypto hackathon yet. Where’s the next crypto hackathon, you say? Well buddy, we’ve got you covered.

TurtleCoin Crypto Hackathon 2019

We have 15 Million TRTL looking for a new home, and have 24 teams so far who’ve signed up for the TurtleCoin Crypto Hackathon 2019 (Signups open until December 1), and so far of those 24, 9 have left their details to be contacted during the hackathon for an article about their projects. That’s a great turnout, and a surprisingly even balance between devs and non-devs.

https://crypto-hackathon.com/

We are excited to thank the following teams for their participation: ZenTurtles, Why Canti Think of a Team Name, Hero’s in a Half Shell, MobileTortile, Lord_Enzo, that turtle, Kurdîstan, Born without a shell, Spanner Pouch, Hashterisk, AMC, JS TRTLz, TeamXenth, hebeblock, E Squad, Kick Ass Turts, Psychotic Silverfish, MXZ, Save the Turtles, eyegenvalue, termek, Oiboo Games, Double-O-Seven, ninja

Raw blocks syncing

This week I’ve been working on adding raw block syncing to wallets. So far I’ve just added it to zedwallet and wallet-api. Currently, when syncing wallets, the daemon collects blocks and transactions from the database, deserializes it, and dumps it out to JSON. The wallet then parses that JSON and processes the blocks.

With this patch, the daemon instead returns the unparsed, raw blocks from the database as JSON. We then perform the deserialization in our wallet, and then process the blocks.

The advantage of this is two-fold. The first one is that generally wallets are waiting on the daemon to supply more data, rather than busy processing blocks. This new RPC call is a lot faster to complete than the current one, and so when the daemon is serving lots of wallets, it means that the wallets will spend less time waiting to retrieve data, and more time processing blocks, which means faster sync times.

The second advantage is that the raw blocks are much more compact than the full block data in JSON, so data usage will be decreased.

The next step is to add this feature to the JS backend so TonChan and Proton can benefit from it.

Zpalm

TonChan v1.0.2

Small TonChan release going out today. It fixes a bug where you were unable to sync past a particularly huge block.

Also fixes a bug with node swapping when you changed screens before the node swap completed.

Finally, it fixes QR codes not populating the amount to send correctly in some scenarios.

As always, you can view the full set of changes on GitHub: https://github.com/turtlecoin/turtlecoin-mobile-wallet/compare/v1.0.1…v1.0.2

Zpalm

Moving Up!

It’s always good to be recognized! These are the people who gained new roles in the community this week!

Service Operator – Miner.rocks, zhang

Reporter – Khorosho!

Tester – rollinghavoc

Good First Issues

Good First Issues are tickets that are marked as ‘easy wins’ for new developers. If you want to be a TurtleCoin Developer, these are great tasks to start with!

Rig Of The Week

Do you have a TRTL mining rig you want to show off? Tell us about it!

Anton – Simple raspberry pi mining cluster 2.4KH/s

Bounty Watch!

This is an easy way to make a few TRTL!

50,000 “Make a TurtleCoin Christmas Themed Logo! This will be used for the discord server icon. The deadline is the 30th November, 11:59pm GMT.

To see more details, and the entries so far, check out the pinned message in the #bounties channel in discord.” zpalm

Free Advertising

This is a spot to spam anything TurtleCoin related that you would like to advertise, it’s free to put an ad in the roundup.

  • Hello. My name is Kevin, owner of SpookyPool.nl. My goal with SpookyPool is to create a great community with fun people and having a nice chat about crypto and other stuff. Having TurtleCoin in my pool since a while ago has been fun. Learned alot of new things and meet alot of new people. I would like to ask u to join the community of SpookyPool by mining TurtleCoin or some other currency! http://trtl.spookypool.nl
  • Please support the muxdux turtlecoin mining pool – Active Discord with great people, very low pool and tx fees, great hardware infrastructure https://trtl.muxdux.com

Shoutouts & Thanks

This is the place to mention someone in the community who has done something nice or deserves recognition.

  • Japakar pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis
  • Japakar Thanks all to the community as always! You guys are great!
  • Turtley McTurtleton McDrizzle Hi there!
  • japakar.com You guys are awesome! Vury nice. She is my sister.
  • rock thankful that we spent this year together

and one last thing..

Earlier today, the question was asked in the Discord chat what everyone was thankful for this year. We said we’d publish them on the roundup, so here they are, in no specific order.

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Weekly Update

This Week In TurtleCoin (September 17, 2019)

Developer Updates

This is a place where anybody in our community can submit a post about the TRTL project they’re working on. It’s a great way to attract helpers for your project and show people what to keep an eye out for. We encourage you to show works in progress as well as finished products, as we’re happy to see them all and it shows that we’re an active community. To submit your post, click this link

violetminer

I made some great progress on the Nvidia backend for violetminer this week. It’s now working, and hashing at a pretty decent speed. There are still a few more things I need to fix before making a release, however. Firstly, it instantly crashes on Windows 10, due to Windows 10 seemingly reserving about 20% of GPU’s vram. When I limit the memory usage, the performance suffers, so am not sure how best to solve this issue yet.

Secondly, I think I need to alter my code to use streams instead. With the current method, the CPU spins in a loop waiting for the kernel to finish. I believe this is the cause of hashrate being significantly reduced when CPU mining is enabled – the CPU is too busy mining itself to wait for the GPU kernel to finish.

I’ve been working on getting all the automated CI builds working with CUDA, so people don’t have to compile themselves. So far, Linux with both GCC and Clang are working, and so is Mac OSX – but Windows is being a bit of a pain to find the installed cuda toolset. I think I’m getting pretty close to fixing it, however.

Oh – I also need to check the miner works correctly on multiple GPUs. I think I’ve done the programming right, but don’t have multiple GPUs myself, so can’t really test.

I probably also need to add an intensity option for people who don’t want to run their GPUs at max speed.

Zpalm

https://github.com/turtlecoin/violetminer/tree/nvidia

https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/sharepoint/en-US/15b9654e-5da7-45b7-93de-e8b63faef064/windows-10-does-not-let-cuda-applications-to-use-all-vram-on-especially-secondary-graphics-cards

turtlecoin-wallet-backend-js

More updates to the JavaScript/TypeScript wallet backend this week. Additions include…

  • Auto optimization is now functioning as expected, so your wallet is always ready to send the max amount possible
  • Using pre-generated key images to speed up transaction creation
  • Improving error messages returned when the daemon fails to process our transaction
  • Lots of logging improvements to help out developers debugging

Together with ExtraHash and iburnmycd we’ve also been doing a lot of investigation into some rare issues with wallet syncing, and wallet transacting. A ton of bugs have been found and fixed, so hopefully we’ll see a lot less of those weird issues when utilising the js backend or the blockchain cache.

It looks like the library is getting a fair bit of usage in different projects – I’m seeing the library getting downloaded over 130 times a week, and is now being included by at least 24 different projects on GitHub!

As a reminder to folks who may not know what the library does, it lets you run a full client side wallet entirely in JavaScript, with no other processes needed. This allows for a lot of options on how to use the wallet, given how versatile JavaScript is. It also allows a much more seamless and integrated experience for the users, as it does not require a flaky RPC API interface to be used.

I have a few more interesting features I hope to get added in the next couple of weeks, so stay tuned ;o

Zpalm

https://github.com/turtlecoin/turtlecoin-wallet-backend-js

Client Side Web Wallet

This week I have had time to work on the client side web wallet. The wallet creation, storage and retrieval process is functional as seen in the above video. Next is to create a dashboard that will feature incoming and outcoming transactions; transfer capability; browser integrated notifications; remote syncing support; and export/import wallets. All wallets are stored in localStorage in encrypted JSON format.

fexra

BLOC GUI MINER

BLOC GUI Miner is a beautiful, easy to use, Graphical User interface for mining multiple cryptocurrencies based on cryptonote. The BLOC GUI Miner is easy to use and makes you getting started with mining cryptocurrency on Windows, MacOS and Linux in no time.

It is aimed at getting people that have never tried mining before with a focus on accessibility, security and simplicity.

BLOC GUI Miner support two very popular miner backends: xmr-stak and xmrig

BLOC GUI Miner comes with XMR-STAK 2.10.7 and XMRIG 3.1.1 already built-in, including configuration files for CPU and GPU mining in most of the cases.

What’s new in v1.1.1 ?
A lot of updates in this release. BLOC GUI Miner now support following crypto-currencies:

  • BLOC.MONEY (BLOC)
  • TurtleCoin (TRTL) (New Chukwa Algorithm supported)
  • RYO (RYO)
  • Haven (XHV)
  • Monero (XMR)
  • Adding support to mine cryptocurrency: Monero (XMR), Haven (XHV), RYO (RYO)
  • XMR-STAK.log is now created while using XMR-STAK miner with BLOC GUI Miner
  • Updated miner setting to support the latest version of XMR-STAK v2.10.7
  • Updated miner setting to support the latest version of XMRIG v3.1.1
  • TurtleCoin now changed to Chukwa CPU mining algorithm
  • Fixed a bug that changed the XMR-STAK CPU config when changing thread count
  • Fixed draggable windows on macOS
  • Added new cryptunit widget built-in
  • Fixed Coinggecko stats for each supported currency
  • Added new box with image and link on the left custom for each coin
  • 1st pool now automatically selected on 1st run
  • Added simple menu selector in the pool settings. Mining from CPU or GPU. (Corresponding port will be automatically selected on the mining pool.)
  • Fixed infinite GUI errors coming from electron
  • Added price usd for informations section
  • Updated XMR-STAK exact config file to latest 2.10.7
  • Added an experimental functionality to recover when xmr-stak stats stop to restart the miner

Download link: https://github.com/furiousteam/BLOC-GUI-Miner/releases/tag/v1.1.1

More updates coming soon.

Thank you for your feedback. That’s what keep us alive

furiousteam

https://github.com/furiousteam/BLOC-GUI-Miner/releases/tag/v1.1.1

Contribute your Miner stats for Chukwa

I put up a simple Google Form to gather stats about mining hardware/software combos. Contribute your stats for others to have a reference. The form is pinned in the #mining channel on discord for future reference as well.

Image by Лечение Наркомании from Pixabay

SoreGums

https://forms.gle/tUqk5rMPESw6V5yx5

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1vY7l3KSTk5oUL8mp74Cxjl-EdBLC-jjpDpRGiiNXJGY/

https://discordapp.com/channels/388915017187328002/410271688748695562/617848232726364170

NinjaRig on Android via Termux

Updated the guide for running NinjaRig (XMRig) on Android via Termux if you’re into that kind of thing 🙂

Thanks to Haifa Bogdan Adnan for NinjaRig it has been a bit of a hit with the move to chuckwa PoW hashing algorithm. As mentioned in the guide had to remove a part of the code to make it work on Android, hence why it pulls from my repo, which is kept up to date with upstream.

SoreGums

https://docs.turtlecoin.lol/guides/mining/using-termux

https://github.com/turtlecoin/ninjarig

Blockfolio Signal

TurtleCoin Updates via Blockfolio Signal

A call-out to members in the community and gaining your support by contacting Blockfolio and requesting they add us as a project to Signal: support@blockfolio.com

Rock says it best “… if more people ask they’ll feel the collective hands on hips demanding turtle updates

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https://blockfolio.com/signal/apply

Moving Up!

It’s always good to be recognized! These are the people who gained new roles in the community this week!

DJ – Teacup, Zerouan, rogerrobers, zpalmtree, muf, bratovenhurt

Developer – Bogdanadnan

Contributor – June, sajo8, farhod, PStarSR

Good First Issues

Good First Issues are tickets that are marked as ‘easy wins’ for new developers. If you want to be a TurtleCoin Developer, these are great tasks to start with!

  • Use matches property in ApiDispatcher regex #862
    Some calls in the ApiDispatcher use a regex, for example, getTransactionDetails. They then extract the query parameters. We could instead extract hashStr using the matches property on the req object, by adding a capture group to the hash regex. 
    https://github.com/turtlecoin/turtlecoin/issues/862
  • Remove no longer relevant asserts #811
    Since pretty much everyone runs the daemon in release mode, instead of debug mode, we’ve ended up where we have a number of asserts which constantly trigger, due to altered/moved/rewritten sections of code.
    https://github.com/turtlecoin/turtlecoin/issues/811
  • Daemon+WalletBackend timestamp adjustments #704
    The current /getwalletsyncdata rounds a timestamp to midnight. Depending on what time of the day you start a fresh wallet, you may have no blocks to grab (we need to roll back a bit more than we currently do with the timestamp adjustment), or too many (since it’s rounding to midnight which is quite far away).
    https://github.com/turtlecoin/turtlecoin/issues/704

Pay With TRTL

In Discord we have a channel called #Merchandise where people can post things you can buy with TRTL. To view items for sale, check the pinned posts in that channel. These are a few of the items from this week.

All items in our shop:

  • ‘Small NEOS Voyager Overshoes’ by Dustin Thewind | turtleland.fun#1350
    ID: #124437
  • ‘Xbox 360 120GB with 10 Games (+1 PS3 Game)’ by Dustin Thewind | turtleland.fun#1350
    ID: #196185
  • ‘Alan Wake Collector’s edition (Xbox 360)’ by Dustin Thewind | turtleland.fun#1350
    ID: #196847
  • ‘Diablo 3 + ROS Collectors edition’ by Dustin Thewind | turtleland.fun#1350
    ID: #362655
  • ‘Lot of Zombie Books (Walking Dead Mostly)’ by Dustin Thewind | turtleland.fun#1350
    ID: #654412
  • ‘Lot of 15 PC games (Most of them are redeemed on steam and will not be usable online)’ by Dustin Thewind | turtleland.fun#1350
    ID: #654681
  • ‘Lot of Xbox One Games (12 Games)’ by Dustin Thewind | turtleland.fun#1350
    ID: #702770
  • ‘eBook’ by DroppingThePacketsHard²#4751
    ID: #726088
  • ‘SC2 Collector Editions (Main Game + 2 Expansions)’ by Dustin Thewind | turtleland.fun#1350
    ID: #750847
  • ‘Gigabyte X570 AORUS MASTE’ by Elkim#7747
    ID: #753245
  • ‘Lot of BluRay discs (Movies, Series)’ by Dustin Thewind | turtleland.fun#1350
    ID: #858719
  • ‘ASUS X570 STRIX GAMING-F’ by Elkim#7747
    ID: #862191
  • ‘Final Fantasy XIII2 Collector’s Edition (PS3)’ by Dustin Thewind | turtleland.fun#1350
    ID: #867107
  • ‘Lot of 4 Nintendo Gamecub Games.’ by Dustin Thewind | turtleland.fun#1350
    ID: #957775
  • ‘Lot of 5 Game Boy Games’ by Dustin Thewind | turtleland.fun#1350
    ID: #983802
  • ‘ASUS X370 ROG CROSSHAIR VI EXTREME’ by Elkim#7747
    ID: #010771
  • ‘Sega Dreamcast with 3 original games’ by Dustin Thewind | turtleland.fun#1350
    ID: #081097
  • ‘Wacom Bamboo Tab MTE-450’ by Dustin Thewind | turtleland.fun#1350
    ID: #001659
  • ‘Halo Reach Collector Edition for Xbox 360’ by Dustin Thewind | turtleland.fun#1350
    ID: #032088
  • ‘Logitech MX Master 910-004337 5 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB Bluetooth Wireless 1600 dp’ by Dustin Thewind | turtleland.fun#1350
    ID: #027270

    Provided by fipsi#0789 and DroppingThePacketsHard²#4751

Rig Of The Week

Do you have a TRTL mining rig you want to show off? Tell us about it!

“WaitingForAnOpenCaseVegaRig” by HashBrownie

This is a 4 vega56 Rig – 3 Radeon Gigabyte vega 56 and 1 Asus Strig Vega 56..Currently mining as is (waiting for an actual open mining rig case to show up) on stock settings
No secrets at all.. got a good room temp of 18-20 C and ninjarig is kickass with AMD GPUs
HashBrownie 240 KH/s

Free Advertising

This is a spot to spam anything TurtleCoin related that you would like to advertise, it’s free to put an ad in the roundup.

  • Support the only Duck-Themed TurtleCoin Mining Pool https://trtl.muxdux.com/
  • Hi fellow turtles 🙂 TurtleAds just launched! On TurtleAds you can advertise you node, pool or any other service using Turtlecoin. If you are a website owner, feel free to include your script and start earning Turtlecoin immediately. Make sure to sign up today and start earning or advertising. Regards, fipsi#0789 🙂 https://turtleads.org/

Shoutouts & Thanks

This is the place to mention someone in the community who has done something nice or deserves recognition.

  • greywolf thanks to those that were helpful in the past year with issues with my public node. but the latest update killed me and I can’t figure it out so I pulled the node down. thanks again to all those that did help before and I wish the rest of you good luck with public nodes still running, going forward.
  • @MrLahaye Thanks @Rocksteady for buying my old NES on the #merchandise channel. My second item sale using TurtleCoin. 😀 Who’s gonna be my next buyer?
  • greywolf a big thanks to zpalmtree for helping me get my public node back up, and also to iburnmycd for fixing my github errors in updating the nodes list.
  • wll1rah bogdanadnan, thanks for the great ninjarig miner and the help that you have provided in getting to work with mali GPU with OpenCL.
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Weekly Update

This Week In TurtleCoin (FEB 19, 2019)

Two roundups in three days, who knew we’d be so lucky! Back on schedule!

Developer Updates

TurtleEDU – Thanks to all of the students who have submitted spelchex and currectshuns forr TurtleCoin 101 🙂 Fexra and I have had a fun time hunting down errors and resetting passwords. The email system is still kind of a joke (it uses a gmail integration that worked one time, we swear), so please write down your passwords until we figure out something to fix it. A lot of you have been asking about when followup classes will be ready, and I’ve begun gathering information about what people want to see in the Beginner’s Git class which goes over the Git version control tool we use. If you have suggestions relevant to the Git class, please post them in #edu_general. Since the goal of the first class was to turn people into competent TurtleCoin users, the goal of this next class will bring everyone to the level where they should feel comfortable contributing on Github, which as you may know is how you get your pink “Contributor” role in Discord. – Rock

http://edu.turtlecoin.lol

Turtle Swap Protocol Whitepaper – I had the chance to speak with Napoleon (from TRTL and VELD) and we’re fleshing out some of the concepts laid out in the Turtle Swap Protocol Whitepaper as it appears he’s been working on developing a similar concept for Veldspar. The concept aims to enable wallet to wallet transfers of multiple currencies without touching an exchange, and in this case it’s particularly interesting as it’d involve a swap outside of a cryptonote network. I’m hesitant to call them atomic swaps just yet, but the whitepaper gives the gist of how it’d function at a conceptual level. We’re looking for other devs to collab with on developing the next draft of the whitepaper, so if you’re the type of person who’s interested feel free to stop by the chat in #dev_general or create an “issue” in the turtle-labs repo. – rock

https://github.com/turtlecoin/turtle-labs/blob/master/Turtle-Swap-Protocol-Draft-001.md

NPM

Node.js Goodness For TurtleCoin – Some of you may know about the TurtleCoin Utilities package that Zpalm and I have been working on to make it very easy to perform a lot of the CryptoNote cryptographic functions in Javascript.

The TurtleCoin-Utils package can be used in browser, in Node.js, react-native, and has TypeScript bindings available.

Using this package, it’s very easy to create new wallets, encode addresses, decode addresses, handle integrated addresses, scan transactions for your funds, create new transactions, and etc.

This package is very powerful and provides a nice way for those looking to get started in TurtleCoin development easy to follow source code that guides you along the way. It is also part of the foundation of TurtlePay payment processing and is used heavily by Zpalms’s wallet backend in JS.

Running all that crypto can be a bit slow in raw JS, but no worries, help has arrived.

NPM

The TurtleCoin Crypto module for Node.js is a native C++ addon for Node that provides significantly faster cryptographic routines for use with TurtleCoin-Utils and other packages. It is very generic in handling CryptoNote related cryptography so many projects besides TurtleCoin may find good use of it. It exposes a lot of the underlying cryptography that the TurtleCoin Utilities needs as well as a few extras.

The TurtleCoin Crypto module is automatically loaded as an optional depenedency for TurtleCoin Utils which has the utils package us it for the crypto (30-40x faster than the native JS code) and falls back to the native JS if necessary.

TurtlePay Updates – We’ve been working hard implementing some updates to underlying packages (see above) to speed up the processing of the one-time wallets. In addition, we’ve been working on extending out some of the functionality of the blockchain API to support additional endpoints that provide the necessary data for working with additional wallets like Zedwallet++, wallet-api, walletbackend-js, and the mobile wallet that Zpalm is working on.

Recent updates also include better callback message signing that makes it a lot easier for developers to verify that the callback message(s) that they receive from TurtlePay were indeed generated by TurtlePay.

Multisignature Wallets – I’ve been working pretty diligently the last few days to prepare the underlying cryptographic functions and primitives necessary to bring multisignature wallets to TurtleCoin. This is one of those features that make it easier to perform advanced wallet services that provide extra security for your funds. The cool thing about it is that there are no changes required of the network to support Multisignature transactions so implementing and testing this is entirely wallet side.

More updates to come in the coming days and weeks as I get closer to having something more worth sharing. You’ll probably see me in the development channel throwing chairs until this is finished 🙂

turtlecoin-nodes-json – I’ve removed 32 unreachable nodes from the public nodes list. This should make using applications, that pull from the list, a little more user-friendly. I wrote a script to poll public node availability and used the results from a period of 12 hours to determine which nodes would be cut. I only removed nodes that were 100% inaccessible. If you feel your node was removed in error, please check that your node is publicly accessible and create a pull request to get it back on the list. To ensure your node is reachable you can use the netcat command on linux (e.g. netcat -vz mydomain myport) or use one of the many websites that checks for open ports. – andrew | trtl.rocks

https://github.com/turtlecoin/turtlecoin-nodes-json

Thinkpol’s TRTL Tetris! – This one was submitted via the chat but was pretty awesome so i had to show you guys. One of our users on the TurtleCities server, Thinkpol, created this awesome TurtleCoin Tetris game on his TurtleCities homepage, and coolest of all he did it with less than 2.88MB of storage space for the entire site. Just in case some of you don’t know, TurtleCities is like our free GeoCities replacement for the old fogies in our crowd who remember that place. If you want to see some of the pages others have made, check out pages.turtlecoin.lol

http://pages.turtlecoin.lol/~thinkpol/

Javascript Wallet Backend – Hello, If you are a developer, you have probably interacted with turtle-service. It works well, but sometimes you need a little more fine grained control to give better error messages, and not have to worry about firewalls blocking your connection to the RPC. Enter https://github.com/turtlecoin/turtlecoin-wallet-backend-js This provides the same sort of functions as turtle-service, however, it is written in Typescript, and so can be easily used in both TypeScript and JavaScript environments. You can use this instead of turtle-service to build wallets, and other services. It should give a better level of integration, allowing your program to be more user friendly. A simple example is it offers events, which can make your code easier to read, and saves you having to check the status of the wallet every N seconds.

wallet.on('incomingtx', (transaction) => {
console.log(`Incoming transaction of {prettyPrintAmount(transaction.totalAmount()} received!`);
});

It also adds a number of utility functions, such as formatting atomic amounts, validating addresses, and much more. If there’s something you’d like to see that’s missing, I’ll be happy to add it.
Thanks to iburnmycd, it now automatically includes support for speedy C++ cryptography, and so wallet syncing speed will be similar to turtle-service, rather than having to use slow JavaScript.
The backend also supports the TurtlePay blockchain cache API – This works just like a daemon, but has much better uptime, and can also speed up wallet syncing.
One thing I haven’t got to yet is adding support for fusion transactions, but this will be pretty easy. If you’re wanting to use them, give me a ping, and I’ll get them added. – Zpalm

Promote Your Bounty

1,500,000 TRTL – Cryptonight Soft Shell GPU miner integration with pool compatible mining software. – Hooftly

Community Advertisements

https://trtl.muxdux.com – Mine with Muxdux. We are a small pool trying to get a little bit bigger. Join our active discord channel (https://discord.gg/QJ37K9Q)

Shoutouts & Thanks

rock  – Thankful for the TRTL core team putting in work around the clock to bring us new features and goodies. Also thankful for all the communities around us that lend us their users for diabolical testing fun and games and their devs that help us achieve our goals. Thanks to everyone who helped us get here.