Getting TRTL Network Ready For Enterprise w/ Fexra from TRTL Services

RockSteady (TRTL)

fexra thanks for agreeing to the interview. I think this one will really put some perspective out there for people who are skeptical about the enterprise capability of the TRTL Network. If you had to shill me your hosted services in 30 seconds or less, what would you say? Continue Reading →

This Week In TurtleCoin (SEP 24, 2018)

Dear TRTL Community,
   
    This week, you’ve all been extra awesome, and made some of your biggest moves yet. We just want to say that every day you guys amaze us and put the smiles on our faces and wind in our sails to keep pushing this project forward. Keep up the momentum, and keep being the example to others for what a Good Turtle should be! You guys rock! Continue Reading →

This Week In TurtleCoin (Sep 17, 2018)

Actually, It's GNU/TurtleCoin

Developer Updates

This week on Krang – I hit some walls with Rancher and decided to focus on a more traditional basic solution. This is a nice to have feature but can be included later. – Started on a simple python Script that will (Work in progress) Continue Reading →

Interview w/ Cision from Turtle Pool Party

turtle.atpool.party

Decentralizing the network hash rate is important, so that any one pool owner going rogue or a single server breaking doesn’t also tank the rest of the network. The purpose of this new series is to encourage the decentralization of mining power by highlighting unique pools that are coming up in the TRTL mining biz. Choosing a smaller pool helps the network secure your assets by not giving any single person enough power to call the shots for you. Thanks for choosing to balance the hashrate, and I hope you enjoy the interview  – RockSteady Continue Reading →

This Week In TurtleCoin (Sep 10, 2018)

Developer Updates

TURTLECOIN v.0.8.3 HAS BEEN RELEASED!!!

The fork happens in about 4-5 days at height 800,000 
This upgrade adds the ability for the network to drop old peers from the swarm when they have not upgraded after a fork. Old peers from the first and second fork are still running daemons and causing slowness and instability for other users. This fix will solve that issue going forward. Continue Reading →

ShellNet.pw – TurtleCoin Web Wallet Creator Interview

TURTLES ARE SAFE

Not bragging or anything but… TurtleCoin’s got a web wallet now.. It has blackjack, free beer and spinning rims! Check it out!

I took a minute to interview DSAnon, the creator of the first TurtleCoin web wallet, which he named ShellNet. This is another one of a stream of firsts considering DSAnon, because I think if memory serves me right, he was the first person to buy TurtleCoin with outside funds, almost a year ago.  Continue Reading →

The Illustrated Guide To Submitting A Pull Request

You now know how to make a pull request

If you don’t know how to make a Pull Request, then you’re already in the right spot. I’m going to walk you through the process.

Step One

Get a GitHub account. They’re free. It’s like Facebook for nerds except you don’t have to take pictures of your food or pretend to care about your classmate’s ugly children. It’s just code and nerds, and nerds who share code. Continue Reading →