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History & Future of Qwertycoin
A brief look into the milestones achieved by the Qwertycoin Community and what's to come
Planning of Qwertycoin
November 9, 2017
Fundamental steps towards the Qwertycoin project were undertaken and planning began on the future of this newborn currency.
December 15, 2017
The domain qwertycoin.org was registered and an initial website began development.
Qwertycoin is launched!
January 15, 2018
Official website at Qwertycoin.org was published. Github Repository was created for further developments.
January 27, 2018
Finally! The first Qwertycoin block was mined. Block height: 1.
Qwertycoin goes Public
February 4, 2018
The announcement thread at Bitcointalk and start of mining. New Github Repository was created for developers and users alike. Official QWC Mining Pool was founded and began operation.
Block Explorer Released
February 8, 2018
The official Qwertycoin Block Explorer was released at https://explorer.qwertycoin.org
February 10, 2018
Hardfork at block height 8473. This hardfork was made to fix a major bug in old CryptoNote. We performed a rollback to height 8473 and rolled out a mandatory update to implement the new CryptoNote backend, forked on Karbowanec Coin.
Desktop Wallet Released
February 14, 2018
Desktop wallets for Windows and Ubuntu were released!
Mac OS Wallet Released
February 15, 2018
A brand new Qwertycoin Wallet for Mac OS X was released!
Cyrillic Support for Wallets
February 16, 2018
Forked from Karbowanec, wallets now have Cyrillic support of filenames and paths. This is an important fix because lack of non-latin letters support can lead to the loss of wallets and funds.
Qwertycoin Faucet Released
February 19, 2018
The first official Qwertycoin Faucet was launched!
Mnemonic Seed for Wallets
February 19, 2018
The mnemonic seed function function for wallets was introduced to the Qwertycoin wallet range.
February 25, 2018
The preliminary Qwertycoin listing on OctaEx took place.
JSON RPC API Released
March 4, 2018
Qwertycoin announces the release of our JSON RPC API and Simplewallet API. The first step undertaken to create gateways for further implementations of Qwertycoin in Shop systems like WooCommerce and other eCommerce Software.
Core Update @ Block 30,600
March 12, 2018
Release notes Qwertycoin 1.8.0:
- Android platform support
- Added logging to blockchain synchronizer
- Refactored mnemonics
- Fixed memory leaks in mnemonics
- Fixed memory leak in simplewallet
- Fixed memory leak in cn_slow_hash
- Minor optimization of JSON KV-serializer
- LoggerMessage implementation is now platform-independent
- Various build fixes
- Transactions confirmations in RPC response for walletd
- Log file location for simplewallet
- New RPC methods
- Additional validation and attribution
Crep Exchange Listing
March 18, 2018
Official listing of Qwertycoin on CREP Exchange – this exchange ceased operation in April 2018.
April 24, 2018
A secondary Qwertycoin listing on the AltEx Exchange took place.
April 25, 2018
Qwertycoin was officially launched on the Crex24 Exchange!
60,000 Blocks Mined
April 27, 2018
Qwertycoin hit the 60,000 block milestone!
Qwertycoin Website is Refreshed
May 19, 2018
Qwertycoin.org is re-launched with a facelift! Thanks to the hard work of the Qwertycoin team, we’re happy to announce the new website provides a cleaner way to get the info you need. Have feedback? Don’t hesitate to let us know.
Qwertycoin Wallet v3.0.0 & Hard fork @ Height 88,000
June 7, 2018
- Qwertycoin v3 Wallets are released!
Download now: QWC Wallet
- Hard fork at block height 88,000! Here’s a changelog:
- + Increase pending Transaction Alt block lifetime to 48 hours
+ Decrease pending Transaction Alt block lifetime to 24 hours
+ Smoother synchronization process
+ Cleaner daemon errors and debug messages (i.e. set_log 4)
+ Faster gui synchronizing
+ Transfer protection: Can’t send coins unless wallet synchronized!
+ Jagerman timestamp fix (negative block time and 51% attacks)
+ Many smaller improvements
Qwertycoin v4 (Diavik)
July 10, 2018
- New network identifiers to ensure that every single Users, Poolowner, Exchange update their Qwertycoin Software
- Upgrade the core to Cryptonight-Heavy / ASIC Resistant ON HEIGHT 110,520
- Upgrade Blocksize for creating larger Blocks and Transactions
- Increase Syncperformance
- Load Checkpoints from CSV file (CLI Only)
- Better Rpc error code handling
- Unmixable dust update
- Fix Debug for win32 systems
- Check for fee address
- Masternode optional check for fee in relayed transaction
- Checked double bug. ok. this make 2nd key track
- Added RPC method validateaddress
- New branding
Release official Voting Platform
October 29, 2018
Welcome to Official Qwertycoin Voting Platform. This platform allows members to participate and engage in important community decisions. Holding QWC means holding rights of QWC blockchain. Please use your rights to lead the community. https://voting.qwertycoin.org
Website Design refreshed!
January 4, 2019
The website design of Qwertycoin has been refreshed again. Thanks to the Qwertycoin Team and Qwertycoin Foundation. Have feedback? Don’t hesitate to let us know.
Proof of Work (PoW)
Zawy (adjusted every block)
120 seconds (2 minutes)
Decrease by each block
184.47 billion QWC