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    xcash project update

    Dear community,

    Today, we are starting a three part series of what to expect from X-Cash technology wise.

    Today we will discuss what is upcoming with the DPoPS infrastructure and X-Cash Core for the end of the year and the start of next year.

    What is DPoPS?

    The DPoPS (standing for Delegated-Proof-of-Private Stake) is a brand new and unique Delegate-Proof-of-Stake consensus integrated into X-Cash, an open-source fork of Monero which has since the beginning of the project brought new innovation to the privacy coin space (notably FlexPrivacy, public & private transactions on the same blockchain, from the same wallet).

    Updates for the end of the year

    Our plans for DPOPS (and xcash-core) until the end of year is to make it more stable, resolve any known issues, and add any performance or compatibility updates. Few issues remaining at this time, but the DPoPS needs to be 100% bug free before we add protocols on top of it. This is mainly due to the fact that protocols like instant send payments not only interact on top of DPoPS, but use a stripped down base of the core code from DPOPS in their code base.

    The plan is to include all of these into a xcash-core 2.1.0 update and a xcash-dpops 1.1.0 update that will be released at the same time. To review the code already added to these branches, they are located at


    These updates will include (currently added but not limited to)
    Various enhancements to the server and syncing blocks methods
    Latest boost and other libraries compatibility
    Latest Ubuntu Linux compatibility
    latest GCC compatibility
    Fix Docker file
    Various updates to remove cryptnote legacy warnings and various C++ deprecated warnings, or libraries warnings

    Various enhancements to the server and syncing blocks methods
    Latest Ubuntu Linux compatibility
    latest GCC compatibility
    Merge farmage PR #61 https://github.com/X-CASH-official/xcash-dpops/pull/61 that adds a cache for db DBFT checking
    Merge snakeway PR #62 https://github.com/X-CASH-official/xcash-dpops/pull/62 that fixes some thread unsafe problems
    Updated all DPOPS tools to latest versions (mongo, mongo tools, mongoc driver, nodejs)
    Fix all unit test

    Testnet Release Date

    We have for months needed to setup a testnet for the future of XCash. Not only to have a testnet of the live blockchain, but to safely test new updates and protocols to the DPOPS base protocol. We will also eventually need a testnet once smart contracts are released and other higher level features that will involve the community of developers.

    We will use this large update and end of the year timing to setup a testnet and run this update on the testnet before we deploy it to the mainnet. Their has been a lot of community support for running a testnet and we really appreciate the community support in the alpha and beta stages, but we want to draw long support for the testnet, just like the block reward is keeping the mainnet support going.

    We really want people dedicated to keeping the testnet going. A lot of people have expressed interest in running testnet nodes as extra servers and to continue to run their mainnet servers, or some people have only wanted to participate in the testnet. Their are also voters who dont have enough to participate in the mainnet but would like to run a server.

    We also dont want to run 20 servers like we did in the alpha with only 10–15 “community servers”, as we have seen the more realistic conditions the better.

    We have come up with a solution that we think will work great for all of the above.

    We will run a “open testnet” where anyone can run a server. The requirement is to be in the top 50 to produce blocks just like the mainnet. We will use a forked xcash blockchain (height will be close to current height when we start) and the blockchain will be re forked from the mainnet after 50000 blocks have been produced on the testnet, or 6 months if issues arrive during the testnet. This is to stay current with the xcash values of the mainnet. Everyone will be able to use their mainnet xcash values on the forked testnet (xcash value prior to the snapshot) and will move up and down the ranks just like the mainnet.

    We don’t expect servers to have voters like the mainnet, but we expect small voters and or people who are not currently participating at all, to try to participate in the testnet, since the pressure to run a node is very little and your knowledge of the xcash ecosystem will grow.

    The incentive to participate in the mainnet will be three different types of rewards (with real mainnet xcash) will be awarded each month to the delegates address on the mainnet
    Basically the top delegate on each of the categories at the end of the month (last block of the month) will be awarded 1 million xcash!



    We think that this will give incentive for smaller voters or people not participating in the DPoPS to run their own server on the testnet.

    No release date has been given for the testnet and their is still some work to be done on the 2.1.0 and 1.1.0 branches, but we will let you know in advance before the testnet snapshot for round 1.

    Next Protocol

    Zach had a lot of time during the beta testing phase of DPoPS to research and work on some of the next protocols.

    As we have seen with the instant send video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eemT3A3kGeg), that protocol is about 80% done and is almost ready for alpha. We also have another protocol that has not been mentioned until now. We believe that a voting protocol would be very useful for the community. It allows the team to propose a question to the community, and for the community to let their DPoPS delegate know what they want. Then the DPoPS delegates vote and the results are not artificially inflated since we carried out the vote on the xcash blockchain using the delegates and DPoPS infrastructure.

    Those will be the next protocols as both have coding done. We have not made a decision yet on which one, but of course we would love to hear the communities feedback on which one they think is more important at this stage.

    Let us and Zach know on discord as this will be useful info.

    If you have already not seen the demo of the instant send payments on xcash, you can watch that on Zach’s YouTube channel (zachy zone)

    Wait what about a rebase?

    A rebase (updating the xcash-core base monero code from 13.0.4 to the latest) is always on the table with the modular design. Since most features will be built on top of DPOPS (which is created from scratch) it will be possible to rebase to another version of monero at any time. As of now this is not in the immediate plans, but as time goes on and protocols get built, it will make sense at some point to rebase. We have not seen any features yet that makes us want to rebase, but future talked about features like stringct (ability to set the ringct count to greater than 1000 not less than 100) will be a big reason to rebase

    Thank you everyone.


    Project Update: Core and DPOPS 2021 into 2022 was originally published in X-CASH on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

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  2. We are happy to announce that Monero P2Pool is live on the Monero network and binaries have been released.

    What is Monero P2Pool?

    Monero P2Pool is a peer-to-peer Monero mining pool developed from scratch by SChernykh (also known as sech1). P2Pool combines the advantages of pool and solo mining; you still fully control your Monero node and what it mines, but you get frequent payouts like on a regular pool. P2Pool as a concept was first developed for the Bitcoin blockchain but was never fully realized due to certain limitations, mainly because it had a problem with orphaned blocks which is solved in Monero P2Pool with uncle blocks.

    P2Pool has no central server that can be shutdown/blocked because it uses a separate blockchain to merge mine with Monero. There's no pool admin that can control what your hashrate is used for or decide who can mine on the pool and who can't; It's permissionless!

    All pool blocks pay out to miners immediately. Because there is no pool wallet, funds are never in custody; It's trustless.

    P2Pool uses PPLNS payout scheme, has 0% fee and 0 XMR payout fee (by design, fees can't be added). Everyone in the PPLNS window is rewarded directly via the coinbase transaction reward. Minimum payout is less than 0.0004 XMR due to the very efficient miner reward transaction format; each individual miner payout takes only 38 bytes on the Monero blockchain!

    Why Monero P2Pool?

    There's been some worry about mining pool centralization and the possibility of 51% attacks. Since atomic swaps went live (solving exchange delisting/KYC threat), mining is now the most centralized part of the Monero ecosystem. Currently, one pool accounts for almost 40% of Monero's network hashrate. This is not a stable situation long-term because a pool admin can be pressured to do malicious things, shutdown their pool, or expropriate funds without paying miners.

    How does it work?

    P2Pool is a sidechain to Monero, and P2Pool blocks are potentially Monero blocks. Each miner submits block templates that include a payout for all of the miners that currently have shares in the PPLNS window. High quality block templates are added to the P2Pool blockchain as blocks which count as "shares" for the miner who found them.

    If a block is good enough to be a Monero block it is also submitted to the Monero network to be included in its blockchain. Once the Monero block is confirmed by the network, those miners are directly paid in the coinbase transaction because they were included already in the block. If P2Pool "shares" are found at the same block height as an existing share, it is included as an uncle block (worth 20% less than a normal share) so you can still get paid for it (uncle blocks can be submitted up to 3 blocks behind the current height and still be included).


    • Decentralized: no central server that can be shutdown/blocked.
    • Permissionless: there is no one to decide who can mine on the pool and who can't.
    • Trustless: there is no pool wallet; funds are never in custody. All pool blocks pay out to miners immediately.
    • PPLNS payout scheme
    • 0% fee and no payout fee
    • Less than 0.0004 XMR minimum payout
    • Fast block times, down to 1 second
    • Uncle blocks are supported to avoid orphans - all your shares will be accounted for!
    • Advanced mempool picking algorithm, it creates blocks with better reward than what monerod solo mining does
    • Password protected private pools
    • Configurable PPLNS window size and block time

    NOTE: Setting a password or changing any settings in config.json will create a separate sidechain. Only do this if you know what you're doing.

    Getting Started


    If you'd like to support further development of Monero P2Pool, SChernykh has a donation address on his GitHub page.

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    If you know someone who has problems with reading comprehension, please hold their hand gently and read them this article.

    TL;DR — Scammers are pretending to hold “TRTLv2 Swaps” and are attempting to steal your money.

    The fact that this article had to be written at all just punctuates my disappointment in some of you. -Rock

    I’m typing this article to prove in the most vocal way possible that there is only one official TurtleCoin Twitter account, only one official Github account, and only one official Discord server.

    We don’t have Telegram, at all, none of us use it either.

    To check the official status of V2 and any dates related to swap, check the official TurtleCoin blockchain explorer explorer.turtlecoin.lol or type .v2 in the official discord chat server, in any room, and a bot will reply to you with a countdown, information, anything you need related to v2.

    Please stop falling for this type of stuff. You don’t even have to read anymore, we put it in audio format for you. https://podcast.turtlecoin.com which is also in video form https://youtube.com/turtlecoin

    If you already fell for it, your money is gone, and you just learned a very affordable life lesson about the importance of literacy.

    Originally published at TurtleCoin.


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  4. In this fast-paced and revolutionized world, crypto has taken hold in every field. Therefore, Graft Network wants to provide a better strategy to give everyone easy access to modern technology as well as lead in finance and business.

    Graft Network just updated the mining algorithm to RandomXG which surely it takes the reliability and credibility of the platform to another level. Hence, creating a more secure, decentralized, fast and scalable network. 

    What is Graft Network?

    It is a fully decentralized, transparent and open-sourced blockchain-based electronic payment and processing project. Also, it provides a similar experience like credit card processing network, with the added security of blockchain and decentralized technology.

    Supernodes (SNs) are a type of master node and a foundation of the blockchain, performing off-chain operations like as authorizations, validations, gateway services, support for service brokers, and numerous other activities. They represent the GRAFT Network’s Proof-of-stake layer. Graft Network has 2000 active supernodes and it is all set to revolutionize the world with its impeccable services.

    Why was there a Need of Changing the Mining Algorithm?

    Graft Network changed its mining algorithm from ASIC cryptonight_v7 algorithm to RandomXG algorithm. So, the algorithm is updated and adjusted in order to provide a more decentralized ecosystem and obviously to get rid of Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA).

    Previously, one specific user was mining with FPGA for a low price risking the integrity of the platform.  In order to solve the problem, Graft Network has changed the mining algorithm. The new mining algorithm RandomXG is for CPU mining, only.

    The RandomXG algorithm is an algorithm of proof of work and proof of stake that replaces the cryptonight_v7 algorithm. Furthermore, Graft Network has created a platform with a high level of encryption which is geared at systems that prioritize privacy and anonymity. Additionally, the Graft team decided to start from scratch and build a new algorithm, an algorithm that combines the finest features of previous algorithm yet provides a new mining base for Graft Network, in particular. 

    Graft Network does not comprise the safety of its users; it is a 100% safe platform. It is free from high severity and security issues. As a result, the new mining algorithm not only makes the platform safe but it also makes it more decentralized and faster.

    What does the changed Mining Algorithm brings to the Network?

    Graft Network believes in creating a better ecosystem so the new mining algorithm makes the user experience:

    • Simpler
    • Quicker
    • Secure
    • Convenient
    • Trusted
    • Transparent

    Graft Network wants each user to have a unique and amazing experience for which the team is always looking to improve and henceforth, create a platform which is reliable and secure.

    The post Graft Network’s Newly Developed Mining Algorithm is the New Talk of the Town! appeared first on Graft Blockchain.

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  5. Hey y’all, 

    This week has been the first week back after the Christmas holidays, so our dev updates will be back to their usual length from here on out. This week, the Session team worked to finish the final Session protocol implementation, specifically focusing on closed groups. The Lokinet team submitted their TUN refactor code which is expected to improve performance, especially on Windows. The Loki Core team worked on various Oxen rebranding projects, mostly focusing on the wallets. 

    Loki Core 


    This past week, Lokinet development resumed with significant work on a big “TUN refactor” PR (fTUN is the name of the programmable virtual network interface driver that Lokinet uses to provide local virtual addresses). This throws away a big chunk of borrowed code in favour of a streamlined implementation, which is always nice, but more importantly it fixes a longstanding issue with Windows performance where we have continually seen considerably worse throughput and latency numbers on Windows compared to Linux or macOS. We still have more testing and some known issues to stamp out, but we hope to get release 8.1.3 out, particularly for Windows users, in the near future.


    We’re finishing off the remaining Session Protocol changes this week. This primarily means changing closed groups to use the Session Protocol instead of our implementation of sender keys.

    Session iOS 

    Session Android 

    Session Desktop



    The post Weekly Dev Update #133 appeared first on Loki.

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  6. We have collaboratively been working through what should go into the Lethean roadmap and how we broadcast activity.
    The Lethean official website is now updated with the most current roadmap: https://lethean.io/roadmap
    At this stage only completed and actively worked on items are disclosed.

    Our most recent roadmap updates have been focusing on:

    - Giving Lethean a new look with a fresh new website!
    - Making it simpler to stand-up a node, a lot simpler.
    - Promoting Lethean — In doing so, we attract attention and gain momentum with increased community involvement.
    - More exchange listings and maintaining these relationships.

    As you may be aware the Lethean community contributes it’s time on a voluntary basis in managing this project. This means we cannot provide accurate timelines for when roadmap items will be completed and this specific information is therefore removed.

    The great news is our team is growing with members eager to make an impact on the Lethean project. We are confident and excited about this and look forward to releasing updates on the project as they become available.

    Why not have your say about what should be the focus right now for Lethean?
    Reach us on any of our official channels. In our opinion, the more minds we put together the better things will be.


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    We are very excited to announce that Haven Protocol has been listed on BKEX!

    Trading goes live today at 20:30 (UTC+8).

    This is a critical step to expanding access to financial privacy for our users throughout Asia, and will allow access for the first time to the wider Chinese community that has shown a lot of interest in Haven. BKEX is the 4th largest exchange in China. We hope this will assist some of the Chinese investors who have shown long term interest in the project and struggled to find a suitable exchange to use.

    As the first listing of an XHV/USDT pair, this listing with BKEX marks another important step for the project, and we also hope that the USDT pairing will allow a new angle for traders by spreading our pricing across more platforms and pairs.

    We would like to encourage our regular users to join in the trading competition, Twitter rewards program, and take advantage of a small deposit bonus for XHV deposits on BKEX, further details of which are below.

    Trading Contest

    During the contest all users who who trade the XHV/USDT pair on BKEX and reach a minimum qualifying trading volume will be given ranking rewards that go towards the following prizes, awarded at the end of the contest to users with the most trading volume:


    Deposit Bonus

    For the duration of the contest, all users who deposit a minimum of 500 XHV to BKEX will receive a bonus of 10 USDT. The pool for this is 6500 USDT so it will be distributed on a first come first served basis until the pool is used up.

    Twitter Sharing Bonus

    During the contest, users who follow the BKEX official Twitter account https://twitter.com/ComBkex and retweet and comment the listing tweet, register relevant information to the form link, will receive 2 USDT. This will be available for the first 300 users who complete the above on a first come first served basis.


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    Masari getting the attention of Trump?! Must be from all the recent news — Further development and direction for the project, the introduction of Boomcast, an introduction video production release, a new betting website, and the revival of MasariPay encompass this update.


    If you missed the last Masari project update, the infamous spending issue was fixed, Stex and SouthXchange are back up and running, the GUI has been updated, camthegeek has completely re-designed the official website, and a new Hetzner server has been set up to host the web wallet and block explorer under new domains.


    Now with most of the wallet bugs squashed and web wallet running smoothly, the Android app has been updated with Google Play just around the corner. Installing and testing on the v1.2.0 beta release is welcome! When this is completed, development of the bigger project items can continue.

    Regarding the direction of the project, thaer stated:


    Simple Private Tokens (SPTs) would feature the ability to issue private digital assets in the network easily by the end user, with any computational logic using interchangeable off-chain architecture. To put it in layman’s terms, SPT is a network-native token service that allows the normal end user to create a token that they can do with as they wish — trade on an exchange, treat it as a security or share in a company, partial ownership of assets, and more. The possibilities are endless! It would be void of any on-chain smart contracts (i.e. all of that would be off-chain with multisig) to keep the network as simple, secure, scalable, and single-purpose as possible.

    SPT isn’t yet at the possible stage yet, but it seems to be feasible at this point. It’s extremely math and cryptography heavy, and we’ll likely need to pay for a cryptography audit. If it works, this will be another crypto-space first coming from the Masari project, and combined with blocktree will result in a scalable currency that can handle this type of environment over the long term.


    A new podcast series dubbed Boomcast has been started by BazookaJeff. The first episode features an interview with thaer.

    Like and subscribe to Bazooka Jeff on YouTube to get notifications about future episode releases!

    Introduction to Masari

    The animated video project has been fully funded by the community and Johnny Gonzo, xiaomogwai, and Keez have released the production!

    Definitely a more conservative and family friendly vibe from our Emperor of Memes, xiaomogwai.

    In addition to the introduction video, the Masari introduction Medium article has been updated as well. It is meant to be a write up for new users to learn quickly what Masari is all about and how to start getting involved. Go check it out and let us know how to improve it!

    Masari Betting Game

    Changing gears a little bit, thanks to OhGodAMochi101 you can now play the numbers on masari.win! This is a game that is based on the results of the Masari blockchain itself, so it’s easily provable using third party resources.

    Bet any amount between 1 and 30 MSR (limit can be raised if there is interest) and choose up to 15 characters to guess what the last digit of the next block’s hash will be. The probability of winning and the payout amount are determined by how many characters you choose. Selecting all 15 characters will give you a 93.75% chance to win 1.01 times your bet, while choosing only 1 character will give you a 6.25% chance to win 15.2 times your bet.


    Thanks to Dubz and flyguyry_2.0, MasariPay has come back from the dead! Come join the fun in Discord and try your luck with the weekly raffle!

    General reminder from the last encounter — Do not use the tip bot for storing large amounts. Only keep what you are willing to lose and use for fun. That said, wallet backups are now completed on a regular basis if the server ever goes down.

    Community Meetings

    Community meetings occur on Saturdays of even numbered weeks at 15:00 UTC in the #meeting-table discord channel. Come join us to talk future development, funding, marketing, how you can help, or anything else that tickles your fancy!

    Previous meeting recaps:

    The next scheduled meeting is on August 24th.


    Seeking community approval:

    No proposals currently require funding.

    Recently completed:


    Discord: 2702 members (+42 from update #10)

    Official Twitter: 1843 followers (+20)

    Engagement Twitter: 43 followers (+22)

    Reddit: 1,177 subs (-5)

    Telegram: 696 members (-27)

    Forks: 58 (core) | 89 (webwallet)

    That’s all for this edition of the community update, see you next time and keep on rockin’ in the FOSS world.


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  9. Greetings SaroKnight’s!

    In this update we will discuss the following:

    • Upcoming fork
    • CoinMarketCap listing
    • SaroWrite
    • 2019 Goals

    The upcoming fork will feature the following:

    • Activated bulletproofs(Lower fee transactions and smaller blockchain)
    • Staking from the GUI wallet
    • Add latest updates and bug fixes from Monero and Loki
    • IPV6 support for the Saronite daemon
    • Minor changes in the difficulty algorithm

    CoinMarketCap listing

    Saronite has applied to be listed on CoinMarketCap. We have gotten a response from CoinMarketCap and they have requested a value only output for the circulating supply. This has been done here> https://saronite.io/api/circulating/ We have provided CoinMarketCap with what they need and they will now process listing Saronite on CoinMarketCap


    SaroWrite blogging network is due in Quarter 1 2019. We are currently working and testing a few things, we will release the platform in stages and go live during Quarter 1 2019. We hope to be one of the biggest blogging platform in the cryptocurrency world. We will go through a lot of advertising to promote SaroWrite. In the next update we will discuss the technical details.

    2019 Goals for Saronite

    2019 will be an exciting year for the Saronite team and community. We are going to work on the following

    • Complete and launch SaroWrite
    • Implement a custom proof of work that will give 15% to ASIC’s and 85% to GPU/CPU miners
    • Implement online payment methods and the existence of SaroPay.
    • List on a larger exchanges
    • Marketing for Saronite
    • Get listed on masternodes.online
    • Service Node Apps with community based development

    Thank you to the Saronite community and everyone assisting the project! We hope to have you with us for 2019 and the years to come!

    Happy new year from the Saronite team!

    The post The last Update of 2018 appeared first on Saronite.

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  10. Time for another major update! We have great news about the extension and some cool new BitTube tweaks. We’ve decided that from now on, we will publish our official updates earlier in the week instead of on Fridays.

    Follow us on Delta App

    To start things off, you can now follow all of our medium updates on Delta, a crypto portfolio tracker app. Get it on Android and iOS here.

    Live Support Desk

    Secondly, we’ve been focusing on improving our helpdesk workflow. For everyone’s convenience, we have added live support on BitTubeApp.com. Browse the knowledge base or get in touch with us directly by clicking the Live Support button at the bottom right of the page. Now you can leave us a message or chat with one of our support staff in real-time!


    With that out of the way, now for the big news:

    The BitTube AirTime extension beta is now public!

    Get it here. Don’t forget to leave a review!


    We would like to give big thanks to the beta testers that dug deep to share their feedback. This has helped us speed up the process of fixing bugs and making it available to the public. So without further ado, you can go and install the extension yourself and give it a try.

    Don’t forget to share the extension using your referral link under the Options menu, so both you and those who sign up will receive 5 TUBEs as a reward. As of version, referral links should now be working correctly.


    If you’re new to the extension, welcome! Let us give you a quick rundown of why this is such great news. The extension monetizes your internet usage everywhere using the AirTime monetization system. It enables you to actively monetize and donate to websites, retailers, publishers and social accounts. The extension integrates a donation button on all popular platforms. See also What is the BitTube browser extension?


    Extension features include:

    • Rewards your time spent on the Internet.
    • Donate to websites and social media accounts.
    • Link your social accounts and domain.
    • Integrated wallet to send and receive funds.
    • Buy TUBE coins with a Debit/Credit card or PayPal.
    • Integrated ad-blocker (uBlock Origin)
    • Secured by 2-Factor Authentication.
    • Earn TUBEs by sharing a personal referral link.

    AirTime is not active yet

    To avoid any confusion, please note that AirTime in the extension is not yet activated. In order to secure the system against bots and malicious usage, an AI is currently training itself to map normal user behavior. Once the system has sufficient data, we are ready to activate AirTime.

    But what is AirTime anyway, you say? Good question! In short, with AirTime monetization, the time you spend on web pages is directly monetized without ads. Visitors are not distracted by ads and publishers can focus on designing the best possible user experience without any interruptions that direct you away from their website or social page. Your time and attention are a limited resource. AirTime allows you to spend your undivided attention and monetizes both sides of the equation. It’s a mutually beneficial, ad-free, win-win solution. To learn everything about AirTime, start here.

    Getting started with the extension

    We’ve been working hard on our knowledge base for both the extension and the video platform, in order to get every new user up to speed. Learn how to create and verify your account and subsequently link your social accounts after you’ve installed the extension. The KB is a work in progress, if you’d like to point out improvements we’re open to your suggestions.

    Note: if you currently have the BitTube Redirector extension installed, it is recommended to disable it to avoid conflicts.


    Monetize your website with AirTime now!

    If you run a successful website, we have great news. Now you can benefit from AirTime and generate income without needing intrusive ads (that most of your visitors would block anyway!). Take advantage of clean web design and be an early adopter of the future of Internet monetization.


    Our AirTime system rewards the most valuable asset of your visitors, namely their time and attention they spend on your pages. After linking your domain to your BitTube extension account, you will be claiming the rewards from all traffic (past and present) by your visitors running the extension.

    What’s more, a permissioned, native AirTime module is in development that will allow your website to generate AirTime from the majority of your visitors who do not have the extension installed, enabling you to get rid of ads for good.

    To link your domain to your BitTube account, follow three easy steps here.

    Finally, remember that the extension is still very much in beta. All of your bug reports, feedback and suggestions will be highly appreciated!

    Android wallet app

    Additionally, we are excited to announce that our Android wallet app is ready and we’ve submitted the first version to the Google Play store.

    Get it here. Again, don’t forget to leave a review!


    The wallet app is based on Monerujo. Its focus is usability and security. Main features are creating unlimited wallet addresses to organize all of your transactions. The QR code functionality makes sending and receiving funds fast and secure due to the integrated payment ID in the transaction. This helps retailers offer easy purchasing without customers needing to add additional information.

    BitTube video platform improvements

    BitTube is a community based video platform. We are happy to receive all of your feedback, especially creative ideas in our Discord suggestions channel. For those of you with tens or hundreds of videos in the upload queue, you can now add massive tags. Just write your tags down separated by commas, copy them to the tags field below the description and hit Enter.


    Timestamps in comments and descriptions are now a thing. Clicking on “4:20”, for example, will jump the video to that time. Creators can feature a playlist or break down the topics covered.

    Further improvements include fixing the thumbnail aspect ratio on upload and other uploading backend optimizations.

    Lastly, with the help from the community, our moderation team has been acting diligently on NSFW and bot reports (see Discord moderator-log).

    Looking forward

    After the extension is officially out of beta, we will be able to refocus much more on the video platform. The short list includes specific AirTime improvements that will advocate organic usage, promoting original content (OC), various creator tools, UI improvements and much more.

    Thank you for reading this far. Have a great week!

    Your BitTube Team.

    Join our Newsletter!


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