Daniel Clough

Some relative from Holland left us a pair of Dutch Clogs. I never learned the whole family history, but I've always wanted to live in Amsterdam. One day I will make that dream come true!

Daniel Clough

Blackcoin Burns

Originally conceptualized by Ian Stewart as an alternative self sufficient consensus protocol [https://en.bitcoin.it/Proof_of_burn]. Since then, Proof of Burn (PoB) has been used for "bootstraping" new chains, starting with the second level Bitcoin protocol Counterparty (XCP) [https://counterparty.io/news/why-proof-of-burn/] in 2014. The chain bootstraping mechanism is not complicated: coins of the original chain are sent an unspendable address, and coins of the new chain are distributed prop
Daniel Clough
2 min read

播下种子 - Plant A (Blackcoin) Seed

“播下种子”到底是什么? What is "plant a seed" all about?
Daniel Clough
2 min read
Basics, client, upgrade, more

Blackcoin More Client v2.13.2.5-4e9af875c9

We upgraded to this version in order to fix the "missing utxos" issue some people were experiencing. The amount of BLK showing in the wallet was not correct, when compared to an online block explorer. Please read everything below BEFORE upgrading.
Michel van Kessel
2 min read
about, Basics, getting-started, introduction, Q&A, trading

What is Blackcoin (BLK), the “currency”?

Like Bitcoin (BTC), Blackcoin (BLK) is traded as a commodity in the USA. So, what exactly is traded? First, you must understand that "Blackcoin" designates three different things: 1. The Blackcoin Client == the original software that creates the blockchain. 2. The Blockchain == a database [mostly] of Unspent Transaction Outputs  ( UTXO ). 3. The Commodity == BLK == some part of a UTXO. Owning Blackcoin (BLK) means owning rights to a string of numbers and letters - a private key  - whi
Daniel Clough
2 min read
about, introduction, Basics, getting-started

ABOUT BLACKCOIN

Blackcoin, like Bitcoin, is a not like a Bank. There are no accounts. An address may be associated with an Unspent Transaction Output ( UTXO ). The address can only be spent with a private key. Each UTXO "contains" a fixed amount of Blackcoin ( BLK; the currency) which is  a commodity money traded on exchange since 2014. Each client keeps a record of all transactions on the blockchain, a database - a collection of files. Roughly once a minute, with constant small variations, a new block is
Daniel Clough
2 min read
discord, bridge, telegram, irc, chat, contact, community

BlackcoinNL Bridge

This is a window into #BlackcoinNL-Bridge on Discord [https://discord.gg/TPK8QCp] which is linked to Telegram [/chat-service-bridge/T.me/BlackcoinNL] and IRC. Guests can look through the window, but only Discord members can use it to chat! Click Below for Full Screen Visit Blackcoin embed page on Titan Embeds for DiscordVisit Blackcoin on Titan Embeds and chat with your friends from the comfort of your own website. This page is 100% embeddable, iFrameable and looks good on any webpages. Tita
Daniel Clough
1 min read
price, trading

Blackcoin Price

Daniel Clough
1 min read
setup, port, DCHP, client, config

Enabling Connections with DHCP and Port Forwarding!

Basic Blackcoin! This tutorial explains how to set DHCP, and Port Forwarding to connect to more peers.
Daniel Clough
2 min read
protocol, node, client, config

Manually Update Node List

Basic Blackcoin! This tutorial explains how to add nodes to sync clients quickly.
Daniel Clough
1 min read
more, Q&A, clients, Basics

Q: Blackcoin More?

Blackcoin Q&A! Clients are the tools which we use to engage with the Blackcoin Blockchain. More is a Blackcoin client with many features from modern Bitcoin clients.
Daniel Clough
1 min read
tutorial, more, compile, client, advanced

Compile Blackcoin-More

Do it Yourself! It is a good thing to compile crypto wallets yourself. Maybe it seems difficult, but it is not that hard.
Daniel Clough
5 min read
compile, halo, tutorial, advanced

Compile Blackcoind for Halo

Do it Yourself! It is a good thing to compile crypto wallets yourself. Maybe it seems difficult, but it is not that hard
Daniel Clough
4 min read