Adeptio madatory release v2.1 Heron – upgrade now!

Dear community, a bit early Q2 wallets arrived. We have important fixes and enchantments with this build (including major PoS vulnerabilities corrections)

Release v2.1.0.0 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 (v2.0.0.0) will be slowly rejected by the network.

v2.1.0.0 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 (v2.0.0.0 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/v2.1.0.0

Adeptio listed on BiteBTC exchange

 

Adeptio will be listed on BiteBTC cryptocurrency exchange starting at  29th of December. The trading of ADE is expected 6 p.m. UTC time.

Some facts:
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.

Trading link:
https://bitebtc.com/trade/ade_btc

Adeptio coin vision update and news

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 v1.0.0.3 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:
https://github.com/adeptio-project/adeptio/tree/master/scripts

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

What is adeptio public API?

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.

Endpoint

/now

Method

GET

Description

Output of latest stats in one call.

Full example url

https://api.adeptio.cc/api/v1/now

Example Response
{
   "data":{
      "masternode_offline":0,
      "block_count":113096,
      "masternode_online":281,
      "24_highest_price":"0.00000005",
      "price":"0.00000005",
      "transaction_count":60770,
      "24_btc_volume":0.0017108190409592,
      "buy_price":"0.00000003",
      "sell_price":"0.00000005",
      "peer_online":196,
      "24_lowest_price":"0.00000003",
      "coin_supply":16346848.89543642,
      "24_usd_volume":10.978172604496931,
      "24_ade_volume":56934.72727273,
      "difficulty":997.26859647,
      "hashrate":96518947371
   },
   "metadata":{
      "timestamp":1537814083.13,
      "error":false
   }
}
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.
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Make sure to limit requests up to 5 per minute.
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What is adeptio block explorer?

 

Even though a lot of cryptocurrency users rely on block explorers for all kinds of information, a lot of novice users do not have a clue as to why these tools are so valuable. There are quite a few interesting things one can do with a block explorer, either for adeptio coin or for a specific altcoin. Tools like these should never be underestimated, as they provide a ton of valuable details regarding the cryptocurrency ecosystem.

Why Block Explorers Matter

On the surface, a block explorer looks like a bunch of confusing data when someone is new to cryptocurrency. A lot of data is provided on the screen, yet very little of it makes sense at first. However, once one gets a better understanding of what it is we are actually seeing on the block explorer itself, things quickly start to fall into place.

A cryptocurrency block explorer shows the latest blocks in the blockchain. For example, if a new bitcoin block is discovered by miners, all block explorers should list it the second it is generated on the network. Clicking on a specific network block will provide users with more information regarding its size, when it was found, and more importantly, which transactions it contains.

There is much more to the block explorers we are using today, though. Looking at a specific block also provides the hash of every block. This hash is quite complicated to generate and becomes more difficult as time progresses. There is also a link to previous network blocks, all of which have a unique hash and a set of transactions as well.

A block explorer is also a valuable tool to see how the current block reward for every network block is distributed to the miners who helped solve its hash. The first transaction of every block is the income earned by the miners. All other transactions are fund transfers generated by adeptio users and the associated fees used to broadcast that transaction. While this information may not be vital to everyone, it is a good way to see how adeptio coins are generated by mining and how they are distributed.

Even though the name “block explorer” would suggest it can only be used to look up individual network blocks, that is not the case. Block explorers can also search for transaction IDs and wallet addresses, making them quite a nifty tool to check on specific transactions to your own wallet address. A block explorer quickly becomes a tool everyone in the cryptocurrency relies on virtually every day, yet they are far more versatile than people anticipate.

https://explorer.adeptio.cc/

 

What is Adeptio?

Adeptio coin is a fair cryptocurrency and enables instant payments to anyone, anywhere in the world. Coin uses peer-to-peer technology to operate with no central authority. Adeptio Core combines the best features of different coins in order to create an excellent digital payment asset.

Development:

The master branch is regularly built and tested. Other branches used for upcoming release or test. Although master is not guaranteed to be completely stable.

Continuous integration process can be found at: https://development.adeptio.cc

Building process:

compiling adeptio from git

https://github.com/adeptio-project/adeptio

Use the autogen script to prepare the build environment.

make clean (if necessary)
./autogen.sh
./configure
make

precompiled binaries

Precompiled binaries are available at GitHub, see https://github.com/adeptio-project/adeptio/releases

Coin Specifications:

• Premine: (#1 Block) 50,002 for 5 init MasterNodes*

• Algorithm: Hybrid – PoW/PoS

• PoW Algorithm: Quark

• PoW Blocks: 2 – 345600

• PoS Blocks: Starting from 345601 (after ~240 days)

• Block Time: 60 Seconds

• Block Size: 1MB

• Max. Coin supply: infinite

• Tor network: capable

• IPv6 network: capable

• PoW Ending: ~240 Days

• Masternodes: activated

• Masternode Requirements: 10 000 ADE

• Maturity: 100 Confirmations

• Prefix: ADE adresses start with the capital letter “A”

Premine masternodes will be burnt after 1 year from init start.

Reward Distribution:

Why should I trust in adeptio-project?

There was a fair start for everyone.

No ICO

No Presale

No Airdrops

No Bounties (except for translations)

We don’t own the majority of coin supply, because no premine was made.

All dev funds addresses can be found by public explorer

No “pump and dump” can be made at least from core team.

Hybrid algorithm ensures the security of network and distributes the rewards among the PoW/PoS and masternodes.

What’s the difference between adeptio and other cryptocurrencies?

You should check our whitepaper. Our long term goal is to use adeptio as a main base for other great projects which will be announced later on.

Who is adeptio team?

Our core team consist of young members with passion for blockchain technology and fintech revolution.

Further information:

https://adeptio.cc