Soothing Coin (Sthcoin)

Windows Wallet (64-bit)

Tested on Windows 10 (x64)

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macOS Wallet

Tested on macOS Mojave 10.14.6

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Linux Wallet

Tested on Ubuntu 18.04.2 amd64

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Desktop wallets are designed for continuous running and mining. Besides the web wallet, mobile wallets will be provided later for everyday use.


What's good?

Secure:
A loophole in Bitcoin is fixed. That makes multisig addresses in Sthcoin exponentially more secure.
Easy:
You can send coins to people through their email address. Forget those bizarre strings.
Fast:
When someone sends coins to you, you may use the coins within seconds via the web site.
Fair:
Everyone can mine Sthcoin with a normal computer. No need to purchase expensive equipment, because Sthcoin can only be mined with CPU.
Fun:
You can win coins every day in lottery!
Open:
Everybody can contribute and get coins as reward. See more details below.

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How to earn coins?

    Refer:
    Share the referral link with friends.
    Mine:
    Install a node on your computer and generate blocks.
    Develop:
    Create apps, fix bugs, write tutorials, draw logos ...
    Manage:
    Lead the software or media development, organize the forum ...
    Help:
    Help others to understand or use Sthcoin.
    Suggest:
    Come up with good ideas that helps Sthcoin to grow.

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What's the cake?

  • 50 million coins are to be mined. At the beginning, 12 coins are mined with every block. One block is generated every 2 minutes on average. The number decreases by ~1/46 every 128 days.
  • 20 million coins are reserved for lottery. The amount available each day is the same as the mined on average.
  • 20 million coins are reserved for contributions (e.g. development, management etc). The amount for each position or job is to be negotiated.
  • 10 million coins are reserved to supplement either the lottery or contributions.

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What's more?

  • Questions?
  • Comments?
  • Thoughts?
  • Share them at the Oracle!

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