Weekly Update

This Week In TurtleCoin (July 23, 2019)

This guy’s hairline is better than mine and that is perfectly okay.

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


TurtleAds is an ad platform for TurtleCoin. You can advertise your node, website or anything else and pay with TRTL. Then people who own websites can embed your ads and will get paid for it. The project is still in a very early development phase and will launch in the next 2 to 3 months..


Sabo, Revolutionary (Pictured) surrounded by public node earnings

Public Node

I have just set up a node for a project I am working on, meanwhile feel free to connect to this public node.

Sabo (Revolutionary)

Hey kid, you ever had a TPN? *opens coat*

TurtleCoin public node setup guide

For when you want to run an awesome public node but are on a very tight budget.

This guide covers the entire setup and build of the TurtleCoin public node as well as running it. It also covers the setting up of the front page for the public node. This guide was tested with various versions of Ubuntu using Google Cloud virtual machines with the aim of ultimate cost effectiveness and ease of use..


Crypto lib’s just purrin’ like a cat


I’ve performed a few small updates to the TurtleCoin-Crypto project that helps to make life a bit easier.

1) Javascript builds (.js and WASM) now build to single files to make it easier to import for packing.

2) Enabled a handful of optimizations that reduce the Javascript & WASM build file sizes significantly and results in slightly faster code execution.

3) Added Node v12 support

4) Added support for gcc 4.x versions for those of us running ancient build systems (dropped requirement to c++11)



A bit of work was done on this package to make it easier to work with TurtleCoin data:

1) Added support for Node v12 (thanks to TurtleCoin-Crypto updates)

2) General code cleanup

3) Added exports for the underlying Crypto module (in the event you want to get your hands dirty)

4) Added export for new Block object that allows for deserializing and serializing blocks to/from blobs. It also allows for the calculation of the block id (hash) as well as the PoW hash.

5) Added export for new Transaction object that allows for deserializing and serializing transactions to/from blobs. Also provides a property for the transaction prefix hash as well as the full transaction hash (when loaded with signatures) and supports version 2 transactions.

Next up, I’ll be working on the necessary transformations for handling block templates for mining pools.


If you write about your backend and don’t include a pic, this is what happens.


Lots more updates to the JS wallet backend this week. These have mainly been fueled by extra’s new GUI wallet, proton, finding bugs and requesting features – check if out if you haven’t already.

Updates include…

  • Faster syncing in some environments
  • Fix bug when sending transactions to self
  • Fix bug with locked balance not been correctly updated
  • rewind() function, and daemon connection status events
  • Faster cryptography for those in a browser env thanks to turtlecoin-utils upgrade

If you didn’t know already, this library lets you create, import, sync and send transactions all from JavaScript. A lot of people have started building applications on top of it, and I’m excited to see what more can be built.

Check it out:



A few weeks ago I promised an update to TonChan, unfortunately, that slipped a little. I got distracted upgrading React Native for 64 bit builds which caused me to spend a lot of time fixing the build for the newer library.

That is all done now, and I’ve decided to add a few more features than planned to the release.

Currently implemented:

  • 64 bit support
  • Faster syncing
  • Auto optimize support
  • Better memory management
  • Icons that fit better with Android style
  • Faster transaction creation
  • Tons of bug fixes

And before a release, I also want to improve the background syncing process, and possibly add transaction filtering and fingerprint unlocking.

Hopefully these won’t take so long to implement.


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!

Daemon+WalletBackend timestamp adjustments
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).

Remove no longer relevant asserts
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.

QueryBlocksDetailed does not populate transaction extra “raw” property in response
.transactions[i].extra.raw is not populated in the code as it should be.

Pay With TRTL

In the 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.

mikeykones’s dad hats

TURTLECOIN DAD HATS 🧢 199k TRTL free shipping anywhere in the US, 299k TRTL shipped anywhere else in the world!

Red, black, grey and cream are available currently

Contact @MikeyKones in discord for details!

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.

  • Hi 🙂 I’m working on a new game for Turtlecoin. It’s a web based card game where you can collect the emojis from the discord and then fight other players using them. The game will launch in the next 10 days, if you want to stay informed about updates join my discord server. Hope to see you there 🙂
  • I updated my node to 14.6!

Shoutouts & Thanks

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

  • SoreGums – “stay gone” your game is cool, – I like the graphics and UI, looking forward to see what you do next 🙂
  • – Thanks again to the community! As always! You guys rock 🙂
  • Japakar King of the Ozarks – Youre all welcome into my Ozark forest. There is magical fairies to eat, they taste like frogs.
  • Dungeon Master – Thanks to all who were part of the adventure this week, let’s shoot for sometime between Friday and Sunday
  • Rock – Shouts out to all the comedians with heart out there crackin jokes to two man crowds
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This Week In TurtleCoin (June 17, 2019)

From the Teacup Files

Developer Updates

In this issue we all post shocked pikachu emojis when people forget to upgrade their software for the fork

To update your core:

The countdown until upgrade:

The Teacup Files

Teacup has returned with a bountiful harvest of memes! Check them out here

Rotate Discord Server Invite Backgrounds

Discord’s new Nitro Boost stuff allows for Discord owners to choose custom background images when people use the invite links. However it means people have to manually click buttons in the Discord app.

So please head over to and upvote this post to encourage the Discord developers to expose this feature in the Official API. SoreGums

TurtleCoin Github Bot

I’ve been looking into supporting multiple people making an issue at once with the Github bot; it doesn’t seem like it’ll be too hard to add, and it’ll be a nice little perk. If you don’t know what the Github bot is, I recommend you check it out! It lets you easily create a Github issue on any turtlecoin repo w/out an acc; type !tag issue in the #bots channel to learn more



As mentioned last week, I’ve been working on combining the different versions of this repo together. Good news! It’s done.

This repo now builds the following:

1) A c++ static library (Windows, Linux, OSX)
2) A shared library via DLL (Windows) that can be linked against in any number of languages (C# anyone? — @canti, I see you)
3) Node.js native addon module (same as the NPM package before)
4) Native Javascript implementation (slow, very slow, but it works)
5) WASM module for browser use (much, much, much faster than the Native JS in browser)

All of the builds support the core crypto used not only in wallet functions (creating keys, finding our outputs, generating ring signatures, etc) but they also contain all of the hash functions available in core, including Chukwa (Argon2id with our parameters). The WASM module makes it very easy to bring the crypto methods used in TurtleCoin to the browser which will make client-side web wallets faster than ever*. In addition, if someone wanted to build a web miner based on the package they can do so.

Spoiler alert: Someone is building a client-side web wallet built on this using wallet-backend-js.



Using the updates to the turtlecoin-crypto library, I’ve performed a few updates on the development branch of turtlecoin-utils. Most notably, the utils package now smart loads the crypto module. If we can load the Node native addon module, that’s always our first choice. If we’re in browser, then we try to load the WASM first. Lastly, if all else fails, we fall back to the native Javascript implementation. This also has the added benefit of cleaning up a bit of the code that revolves around the crypto in the library.

In addition, due to the exposure of all of the crypto functions in the library now, we’re able to check that the ring signatures that are generated via the library are checked to be valid upon creation thereby reducing the chance of generating an invalid transaction via the library.

If that wasn’t enough, I’ve added a webpack configuration to the project that ties everything up into a nice bundle for inclusion for browser use. Browser use did you say? You betcha. This webpack has been deployed as part of the TurtleCoin Explorer and is used for the tools page (playing with wallet addresses & keys) and the transaction checker. It’s going to make that top secret client-side web wallet shine.”



Over the last week, I have done a lot on the CS-TurtleCoin/CantiLib project. I pushed some major updates, including a full rewrite of the main repo, which features improvements across the board. As I have been fairly silent with the project lately, I’m going to give a quick run-down of what it is and what I have gotten done thus far.

CantiLib is a multi-purpose C# library with many useful tools for a blockchain environment, including a standalone P2P client system, a configurable REST API server, logging utilities, database functionality, cryptography, byte-level serialization, and CryptoNote protocol handling. CS-TurtleCoin is an effort to tie these tools together to create a fully operational TurtleCoin node, coded from the ground up in a C#.

As of the time of writing this, I have P2P connectivity, API handling, CryptoNote deserialization, peer discovery and handshaking, some database functionality, the start of a blockchain cache, and a number of other utilities and functions in place. Lately, my focus has been on refining peer discovery between nodes, porting cryptographic functions from the core code to C#, connecting TurtleCoin-Crypto to the library, adding more functionality and ease of use to the API server, and have also begun work on the sync process and blockchain caching. More to come soon!




This project aims to provide a wrapper for making wallet-api requests with Go. All of the wallet-api responses are marshaled into an appropriate type. You no longer have to manually convert from map[string]interface{}!

If there’s any bugs in the codebase, feel free to leave an issue on GitHub. 😀


TurtleCoin Chukwa Cuvée Testnet available

As everything is in full swing to get ready for the Argon2id-based new TurtleCoin algo called chukwa, we needed to spin up a local testnet.

This allows us to benchmark, test and optimize our different boards, and see how the trtlrig works compared to the native TurtleCoin miner.

We made our test environment available. If you want to see how your harware will do on the new algo, and try out how it feels living on the cutting-edge technology, build your trtlrig from the add_chuwka branch available in the TurtleCoin github, and point your xmrig miner using the following parameters:

-a chukwa
-u your TRTL address

Please note no web front-end available, and no TurtleTestCoin pay-outs. This environment is for benchmark tests only.


34 hot singles in your area are waiting to upgrade your wallet format

Wallet format upgrading

A few people have requested that there be a utility to upgrade a wallet from the WalletGreen format (zedwallet, turtle-service), to the WalletBackend format (zedwallet-beta, wallet-api).

I’ve been working on this for the past few days, and think I am close to completion. Got a few bugs with transfer amounts being incorrect, but hopefully it won’t be a sticking point.

I’m considering adding an automatic upgrade, so you can transparently open an old format wallet and have it upgraded without any user interaction. One downside is that we have to generate the key image for each input when we upgrade the format, which is pretty slow for a large wallet – this can take around 10-20 seconds on my ~8000 transaction wallet.

Of course, this will only have to be done once, so the delay could be worth it.
Hopefully this will make it easier for services to migrate to wallet-api, along with new GUI’s/CLI’s using the new backend.


Rig Of The Week

Each week we like to highlight a person who has sent in pics and descriptions of their TRTL mining rigs. This week is ZenMaster Mr Lahaye’s turn! Ironically, it was his idea to start this column about rig of the week so maybe he had this planned all along! hmmm!

RigRX560 by ZenMaster (MrLahaye)

6 x Msi Aero rx560 4GB with fan upgraded to Artic Accelero Mono plus
1 x CPU Intel G3900 2.8Ghz
1 x 8 gig DDR4 stick of memory
1 x Msi z270-a pro Motherboard
1 x Corsair 850 Watts powersupply
1 x SSD Sandisk 16 GB with HiveOS
1 x Veddha 6 Gpu mining rig Frame as pictured no fans

  • Around 20 Kh/s
  • This rig consumes around 350 Watts taken at wall.
  • I got this complete rig for 600$ CAN on Ebay. Check Ebay auctions often and snipe last minute deals. I can usually get one or two deals like this every month.

I’ve already described myself in a previous roundup :


  • CuvéeTurtle Pool located in the heart of Europe (Prague), with fast connectivity and scalable hardware platform (ARM-based SBC Cluster) is looking for you – miners like you of all shapes and sizes! Help us with our journey to grow our pool. You would still be one of our early adopters. Low payout limits. Our long-term commitment and friendly support by @Olé Cuvée himself. Pool web frontend webpage: Join us now! Point your miner to ./xmrig -a cryptonight-turtle -o -u TRTLxxxxxxxxx --donate-level 1 -p rig2 Flood us with some serious hash rate 🙂 No matter how much you throw at us, we will cope with it!
  • @shelly has finally started creating drawings and paintings for sale versus doing doodles for all of us Turtles. A few of her pieces are available at Buckland Arts. Can you spot which ones are hers? Check out the page and give it a like to support creative Turtles.
  • Browser miner, use it or embed it into your sites and let others use it! Hashes about 200-400 on mid setting.

Buy With TRTL

These are things that were pinned this week in the #merchandise section of TRTL Network Discord

selling asus dual gtx 1060 for 1.25M TRTL shipped (OBO) – Extrahash on discord
ASUS X370 CROSSHAIR VI EXTREME (full package) – 2M TRTL shipping within EU on quote – Elkim on discord
I have brand new, still sealed GPU risers for sale in TRTL. 25k trtl each, 5 for 100k. opened this one to take a pic. Bulk quantities are available. Small amounts can be shipped for around 80k trtl in a flat rate padded envelope within the US. – extrahash on Discord
I have two clusters of RPis. 3 B+. Four in each cluster. 120 watt charging power supply. 2 each 5 port switching hubs. SD cards pre-programmed with Ubuntu and XMrig miner. All set to mine. Just connect to a router or range extender. Edit the config.json file with your wallet address. Good to go! If anybody wants this as a whole, make me an offer. I do not want to part this out. Comes with all 1 ft and 18″ CAT 5e cables. Anyone interested? – radarlarry

Good First Issues

Trying to get your developer role in Discord? Want to be part of the dev team? Here are some ‘Good First Issues’ so you guys can have some low hanging fruit to get you started! Beginners, enjoy!


grey’s pi3b cluster of doooom
  • iburnmycd Shoutout to @shelly for a successful grand opening of Buckland Arts where some of her artwork is featured.
  • JAPAKAR KING OF THE OZARK Once again, shoutout to a great community! This place is unique and awesome!
  • greywolf thanks much to DatsunPatrol for the Optimizing-RPi-TurtleCoin-Mining guide, and to Olé Cuvée (aka LeoCuvée) for the encouragement and oversight, as i put together a 4-raspi3b+ mini-tower mining TurtleCoin
  • rock shout to zpalm for helping with my golang homework, thanks to dsanon for the wallet-api-go work, thanks to japakar, greywold, mufalito and others for tips this week, and thanks to the community for again being awesome, and thanks to teacup for the memes 😀
Weekly Update

This Week In TurtleCoin (May 28, 2019)

In this episode we made it to the papers when over 50,000 system administrators were found to be incompetent (hey ma!) In other news, water also wet.

On the bright side, Home Depot is hiring all positions

Developer Updates

If you’d like to submit your dev update to the roundup, fill out this form



Good news! I spent a bit of time over the holiday weekend and wired up the xmrig fork trtlrig to support Chukwa (Argon2id) CPU pool mining. I’ve tested it on Windows and a few different flavors of *nix. @LeoCuvée also mentioned that he tested it on ARM. Overall, it’s ready to go but I’m sure that someone will come around and fine a few enhancements to squeeze a bit more hashrate out of it but it’s an awesome start.




As part of testing trtlrig, I verified that all of the necessary updates for turtle-pool are complete for Chukwa. Everything needed has been merged into the development branch if you’d like to set up a testnet and pool for testing yourself.


Successfull build and test of the Chukwa TRTLrig on SBC

In the past few days, we managed compile and test the TRTLrig for the Argon2id Chukwa algo which TurtleCoin will fork to at block 1,800,000.

For our testing, we have used slightly different parameters than those that will be used by TurtleCoin (512kb memory, 3 iterations).

For our test, we worked together with @CapEtn of WRKZCoin, which will use 256kb memory and 4 iterations. Results?

Partly pleasing, partly requiring further optimizations.

The RK3328 chip that runs the Rock64 boards (which we use for our SBC nodes) gets a very nice bump. The increase is from underperforming slow 310 h/s on cryptonight-turtle to 550 h/s on Chukwa 256/4.

We also tested on the cryptonight-turtle best performer OrangePI One Plus, which is based on the Allwinner H6. Unfortunately, we could not seem to get any increase in hash rate on Chukwa 256/4 for this board, quite the opposite.

The OrangePI One Plus that otherwise excells on cryptonight-turtle (750 h/s) and actually does less on chukwa 256/4, specifically 623 h/s, no matter what we tried so far.

Well, there is a room for improvement! Slow & steady!


Wallet sync speed improvements

Wallet sync speed improvements

As mentioned last roundup, I planned on working on multi-threading the sync process for wallets. This has now been completed and merged, and has given some decent speed gains.

Wallet syncing should now scale up to the number of cores you have (Provided you’re using the latest code and either wallet-api or zedwallet-beta). We’re now bottlenecked solely on how fast we can retrieve blocks from the daemon. Because of this, we don’t see huge increases in speed – as most of the time, we’re just waiting for more blocks rather than using all our threads.

However, if you have a less powerful device that previously was CPU bottlenecked – For example, a raspberry pi or other SBC, this should result in some more significant speed improvements.

Unfortunately, when using a remote daemon, threading does very little in terms of increasing sync speeds. This is a good reason to run a local daemon, especially on an SSD, if you want your wallet to sync super quick!

As you can see from the image above, with 12 threads and a local daemon, you can sync a wallet with over 10k transactions in under an hour.




Some advancement has been made on the stand alone crypto module that includes all of the necessary code in a nice, tight, static library for performing any crypto/hash related functions used within the Core project.

  1. Implemented a wrapper that passes all data into and out of the methods as strings to make it easier to link up to the library instead of having to carry a whole bunch of structs around.
  2. Added Chukwa support
  3. Improved Windows build process so that it creates a shared library (.dll) with the export definitions defined so that it can be linked against by other projects “easily”. See #dev_canticore for it’s first use (when he’s ready).
  4. Working to combine all of the turtlecoin-crypto repos (JS/Node.js/WASM) library builds into a single repo.
  5. Much, much, more.



turtlecoin-multi-hashing & turtlecoin-cryptonote-util

Again, to support trtlrig & pool testing for Chukwa, the Node.js turtlecoin-multi-hashing & turtlecoin-cryptonote-util packages heavily used by pools and the like have been updated to support Chukwa (Argon2id). This package has been published to NPM and GitHub and is ready for widespread use.


Dockerized TurtleCoin with TTYD

Dockerized TurtleCoin with TTYD

I recently came across a cool program called TTYD that shares a terminal with the web and decided to integrate it into my docker projects. I initially started with TurtleCoind and, after realizing how easy easy it was, quickly moved on to zedwallet. Once those two were completed I was able to create a docker-compose file that spun up both services on the same network, allowing you to view the TurtleCoind output and interact with zedwallet via a browser. At this point I was kind of taken with TTYD and decided to start containerizing some of the other terminal based community projects using this new (to me at least) shiny toy.

Words don’t really do this any justice. If you’re familiar with Docker and want to see it in action, jump to the run commands down below. If, on the other hand, you’ve been pushing off learning Docker, never understood what the hype is about, or never heard of it? Stop right now and go download it here. Seriously, go do it, I’ll wait. And while you’re at it install Docker Compose too. In the meantime, I’ll gush about some of the things that I think makes Docker cool.

Docker containers are standardized so we don’t need to worry about our environment, like finding and installing the right libraries on our host machine, to get the software up and running. They are portable and reusable in the sense that they can be easily pulled, started, stopped, or removed when needed (which is great for trying out new software). We can run multiple containers and allow them to communicate and share data with each other over isolated networks. We are able to mount files/folders located on the host within our containers which makes development easier. The list goes on, but enough of my fanboying let’s get started.

Now that you have Docker installed let’s spin up a container that runs TurtleCoind. Open up your terminal and run:

docker run -d -p 7681:7681 -p 11897:11897 --name turtlecoind-ttyd -v turtlecoind:/home/turtlecoin/ andrewnk/turtlecoin:turtlecoind-ttyd

Now access http://localhost:7681. After a few moments, you should see a terminal pop up and the familiar output of the TurtelCoind daemon.

But what about zedwallet, you say? Try it out with this command:

docker run -d -p 7682:7681 --name zedwallet-ttyd -v turtlecoind:/home/turtlecoin/ andrewnk/turtlecoin:zedwallet-ttyd

Then access http://localhost:7682.

Pretty cool, right? Using this setup we won’t be able to actually use zedwallet though, because we haven’t provided a node for it to connect to. Before moving on, remove both containers we just created, by running the command:

docker rm -f turtlecoind-ttyd zedwallet-ttyd

Using Docker Compose we are now going to run both containers connected to each other on an isolated network and accessible via the browser.

First you need to save the file that contains the “instructions”, then use docker-compose to spin everything up. Download this docker-compose.yml file and save it as docker-compose.yml. Then in your terminal navigate to the file and run:

docker-compose up -d

Once everything is up and running you can navigate to http://localhost:8080 to see TurtleCoind and to http://localhost:8181 to use zedwallet. You are now running the daemon and can use zedwallet as you normally would. In this instance all the data (TurtleCoind and zedwallet files) will be stored in a folder, created by the containers, on your host machine titled turtlecoin.

When you’re done playing you can destroy the containers and network by running:

docker-compose down

This is just a quick overview of what can be done. Each image can accept a wide array of variables to customize your container.

So far, I have created TTYD images for:

  • miner
  • Turtle CLI py
  • Turtle Network CLI
  • TurtleCoin Test Suite
  • TurtleCoin Wallet NodeJS (Divine)
  • TurtleCoind
  • TurtleCoind HA
  • zedwallet

Check out the repo at:

If you have any questions, are interested in contributing, or have a suggestion for another dockerized community project then hit me up on discord.

andrew |

Rig Of The Week

If you’d like to submit your rig to Rig Of The Week, send us your info here:

Home mining

Describe this rig! Give us as much detail for your post as possible.

13 amd video cards – 7970 rx550 rx570 rx580

What are your secret tips and tricks about mining TRTL?

Ubuntu, xmr-stak/xmrig, ask in discord and forums, read all the stuff ppl have to say in answer, then read everything else everywhere. to the nvidia fans: theres a ‘better than equivalent’ with 2gpus on my AMD cards. lol imho lol

Introduce yourself

Started mining as hobbyist . Want to get better result through mining

What is the hashrate of this rig?

115 khs

Bounty Watch

Bounties are a great way for motivated people to get things done! To submit your bounty, click here:

Bounty: Chukwa (Argon2id) GPU Miner Support

Bounty: Chukwa (Argon2id) GPU Miner Support

Requirements: – Add GPU mining capabilities to any open source miner package with Pool support – Must support, at minimum, CUDA (NVIDIA) and all current OpenCL (AMD) cards including Vega – Must include benchmarking ability – Must include hash tests (see below for input and expected output) that complete successfully Acceptance Criteria: – Must meet the requirements above – Must be pushed to a public GitHub repository – Must honor all aspects of existing licenses – Must remain open source – Must pass tests on multiple GPU platforms Hint: You may find inspiration and/or basic support for hooking this up via Input Data:


Expected Hash:


2,000,000 TRTL

Contact RockSteady for further details.

TREZOR HW WALLET community firmware

TREZOR HW WALLET community firmware

What: Make a community Trezor firmware for Trezor One or T or both in order to store private keys safely, send and receive TRTL.

Why: We can’t have official integration merged in their master branch, however they suggested we can fork their code and make our own and first community Trezor firmware ever. In addition if that happens, they would like to promote it in media.

3,500,000 TRTL

Contact Elkim for further details.

Community Advertising

Click here to submit your free ad:

  • Hey turtles, I created a new exchange featuring your favourite cryptonote coins: TRTL, DEGO and more coming. Create an account today and start trading. 😉 – We’re still in beta phase – ping @fipsi in our Discord if something isn’t working –
  • CuvéeTurtle Pool located in the heart of Europe (Prague), with fast connectivity and scalable hardware platform (ARM-based SBC Cluster) is looking for you – miners like you of all shapes and sizes! Help us with our journey to grow our pool. You would still be one of our early adopters. Low payout limits. Our long-term commitment and friendly support by @Olé Cuvée himself. Pool web frontend webpage: Join us now! Point your miner to ./xmrig -a cryptonight-turtle -o -u TRTLxxxxxxxxx –donate-level 1 -p rig2 Flood us with some serious hash rate 🙂 No matter how much you throw at us, we will cope with it!


  • greywolf thanks to oiboo for rush delivery of special wolfhair mane oil
  • greywolf shoutout to zpalmtree for never sleeping, and for always keeping a finger on the pulse of every channel
  • greywolf cheers for Sierra, who can always find the good in anyone, even the slimiest of worms
  • Quicky Chech out new web wallet Trtlfun. Thanks
  • greywolf i wanna thank RockSteady for mentioning possible porting of TurtleCoin to FreeBSD. it sparked an interest, and now i’ve got a running 12.0-RELEASE system with a working window manager 🙂
  • Dreday000 Shout to the community, Just want to say good job TurtleFam
  • Elkim Thanks Oiboo for the awesome Hairy Turtle beard elixir!
  • Rock Shouts out to Krebs on Security and Kaspersky for not smearing us too much in their latest articles. Shouts out to Kaspersky more though for actually spelling our name right though.. Also, special reminder to keep your systems up to date, lest you become what the Chinese call «Les incompétents»