Dear community, a bit early Q2 wallets arrived. We have important fixes and enchantments with this build (including major PoS vulnerabilities corrections)
Release v188.8.131.52 Heron is a mandatory version. Please upgrade your masternodes and cold wallets as soon as possible.
Old version nodes & wallets (v1.0.0.x) is now rejected by the network.
Old version nodes & wallets (v184.108.40.206) will be slowly rejected by the network.
v220.127.116.11 version features and fixes:
*Proof of Stake vulnerabilities fix ( https://medium.com/@dsl_uiuc/fake-stake-attacks-on-chain-based-proof-of-stake-cryptocurrencies-b8b05723f806 );
*A change in Masternode / PoS reward system;
*Blockchain scans for active storADE systems;
*storADE system is now required in order to start a masternode, get masternode rewards;
*ZeroMint is now disabled by default (v18.104.22.168 bug with daemon “missing ADE coins” with ZeroCoin protocol);
*Issue fix with port manipulation for more than 1 masternode ( #18 );
*Other new features & enhancements;
More information how to migrate at wiki: https://wiki.adeptio.cc/books/wallet-updates/page/mandatory-upgrade-v2000-xerus-%3E-v2100-heron
Full Release notes: https://github.com/adeptio-project/adeptio/releases/tag/v22.214.171.124
Adeptio Core v126.96.36.199 Xerus
is a mandatory upgrade to address bugs, rebrand new features & enhancements. Please note – “storADE” system is now required in order to start a masternode. However, due to high risk of hard fork this step postponed until v188.8.131.52 version.
How to Upgrade
If you are a masternode operator. You should setup a storADEserver process https://wiki.adeptio.cc/books/storade-setup-guide
New wallet version **requires** libevent-dev dependency. Install:
sudo apt-get install libevent-dev -y
If you are running an older **GUI** version, shut it down. Wait until it has completely shut down (which might take a few minutes), then run the new release.
More detail explanation can be found at wiki: https://wiki.adeptio.cc/books/wallet-updates/page/mandatory-upgrade-v100x-%3E-v2000-xerus
• New interactive GUI
• New theme & new icons
• Unique loading image
• zeroCoin protocol (zADE)
• Reduced coin reward from block 604801 (reducing inflation rate)
• Included DevFee 7.5% starting from block 388801
• BlockChain rejects masternodes which don’t have **storADE** service installed
• Fixed masternode check bug (https://github.com/adeptio-project/adeptio/issues/8)
• Fixed masternode start bug from GUI (https://github.com/adeptio-project/adeptio/issues/7)
• Fixed multiple masternode on same IP bug (https://github.com/adeptio-project/adeptio/issues/4)
• Stripped binary’s in order to reduce the size;
• Fixed misleading translations;
• Added security checkpoint;
• Added DNS seeds;
• Added new seed IP’s;
• Added a new version v2.0 of cold masternode setup scripts;
Windows – should work with 7/8/10 version;
Linux – Ubuntu 18.04 (Bionic Beaver) or corresponding Debian distro;
Linux legacy version – Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial Xerus) or corresponding Debian distro;
Linux RHEL/Centos – version 7.
macOS 10.13 High Sierra edition;
Raspberry2 – armv7 x32bit
Raspberry3 – aarch64 x64bit
• At least 10GB free space;
• 100 Mbps bandwidth up/down speed or greater;
• At least 1024 MB RAM;
• An open firewall for 9079/tcp/udp port
• Python OpenSSL module! – sudo apt-get install python-openssl -y
• Python 2.7 or greater version
Adeptio will be listed on BiteBTC cryptocurrency exchange starting at 29th of December. The trading of ADE is expected 6 p.m. UTC time.
According to Coinmarketcap BiteBTC is the 39th largest eXchange in Cryptocurrency world right now.
This is yet another step forward in Adeptio roadmap towards becoming the successful cryptocurrency.
Dear adeptio coin community,
after long debates in our team, we decided to change the course from official white paper statement where adeptio eXchange introduced. After months of hard code work and wallet updates we decided to move more practical way – Block Chain storage & streaming solution.
We have a plan for encryption, streaming, security requirements, bandwidth issues and scaling capability measurements. Right now a baby step code written in python. To help us test and develop the project we included “adeptioStorade” service and auto-updater in Adeptio v184.108.40.206 daemon release.
For current stage, only new, fresh build up masternodes running systemd services:
sudo systemctl status adeptiocore
sudo systemctl status storADEserver
If you have basic linux, blockchain knowledge and want to participate:
hot or cold auto-masternode installation scripts can be found here:
Hot masternode installation guide can be found in our blog:
How to setup adeptio hot masternode on Linux VPS?
“AdeptioStorade” technical documentation working principles, encryption, socket working conditions will be published later on.
Adeptio dev team
Today we finally finished our Roadmap Q4 goal to setup and launch live statistics page. The system is based of ‘grafana’ software code. ‘Grafana’ collects data from our Public API (you can find more information here) and stores information to influx database.
Users can quickly review what’s going on in one window.
We are happy to be one step closer for adeptio coin project success.
This method no longer accurate and deprecated.
A step by step guide howto create own Adeptio Masternode Server
There are different ways to set-up a masternode. This method requires a Virtual Private Server, eliminating the need to run your own computer 24/7. Your funds are stored on VPS!
The following requirements are needed to set-up a adeptio coin masternode:
- Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Server.
- CPU: 1 fast core or more
- Memory: 1024MB or higher
- Disk: 20GB or higher
- Network: 100 Mbps or faster
- Static IPv4 or IPv6
- Coins: 10 000 ADE. (You can buy it here)
Login with ssh to your virtual machine, server or computer. You can use regular user with sudo rights (safer) or root. For example:
ssh [email protected]
or if you are using putty sofware:
Once we logged in to VPS we should see something similar:
Now we can use installation scripts from official adeptio github repository.
You can manually review installation script code:
Code for IPv4
Code for IPv6
If you want to setup IPv4 hot masternode – copy the following line and paste to linux VPS console:
cd ~/ && sudo apt-get install curl -y && bash <(curl -s https://raw.githubusercontent.com/adeptio-project/adeptio/master/scripts/setup_adeptio_hot_masternode_ipv4_latest.sh) | tee ~/adeptio_masternode_installation.log
If you want to setup IPv6 hot masternode – copy the following line and paste to linux VPS console:
cd ~/ && sudo apt-get install curl -y && bash <(curl -s https://raw.githubusercontent.com/adeptio-project/adeptio/master/scripts/setup_adeptio_hot_masternode_ipv6_latest.sh) | tee ~/adeptio_masternode_installation.log
Next follow instructions during installation. It could take up to an hour depending on your VPS network and CPU speed.
Once setup finishes you should see the status:
Checking masternode status:
"vin" : "CTxIn(COutPoint(0c80bae9184d49886d9188b1091d026830ecb4b8b5b5acbd84836d6b602f23e4, 0), scriptSig=)",
"service" : "YourIP:9077",
"pubkey" : "AJyMrWQf2oHTnqqomu8JHcHH7t6Stj8CBg",
"status" : "Masternode successfully started"
Now you can check your VPS status from GUI wallet in masternodes tab.
Congratulations the setup completed.
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First of all, we need to answer the question what is API overall? An Example of an API:
When you use an application on your mobile phone, the application connects to the Internet and sends data to a server. The server then retrieves that data, interprets it, performs the necessary actions and sends it back to your phone. The application then interprets that data and presents you with the information you wanted in a readable way. This is what an API is – all of this happens via API.
To explain this better, let us take a familiar example.
Imagine you’re sitting at a table in a restaurant with a menu of choices to order from. The kitchen is the part of the “system” that will prepare your order. What is missing is the critical link to communicate your order to the kitchen and deliver your food back to your table. That’s where the waiter or API comes in. The waiter is the messenger – or API – that takes your request or order and tells the kitchen – the system – what to do. Then the waiter delivers the response back to you; in this case, it is the food.
Adeptio blockchain API is similar to the example above. Except that information comes from adeptio blockchain to your computer in terms of raw (plain) data.
Output of latest stats in one call.
Full example url
As we can see there are a lot of information which can help you to track down the status of adeptio coin in one call.
Make sure to limit requests up to 5 per minute.