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Projects Development / Vote for Okcash to get listed over NovaExchange
« on: January 10, 2017, 08:40:36 PM »
Vote for Okcash

Okcash added in the vote list to get integrated to the Nova Exchange

by: batesresearch

OKCash will be one of four cryptocurrencies that will be part of our launch on the 28th January.

Okcash Giveaways for new users, more adoption, community and network growth!

If you want to help to the upkeep of the OKCash module on our giveaway site the OKCash donation is : PRnWDoAPvxjchXsJywqh71UJijuJSKkR3w. Any donations received will be used to pay claims.

Our main development thread is here:

Thank you to everyone who has already donated!

Buy and Sell Okcash locally in any Country

~ localbitcoins style for Bitcoin and Altcoins

Find people locally, Find the best offers, Buy and Sell Okcash in your own Country,
Enjoy watching your economies flourish!

Projects Development / Say OK to the new Cash - Okcash new community video
« on: December 15, 2016, 04:45:41 PM »

Okcash new community video - Say OK to the new Cash

by CGB

Projects Development / Okcash Cold Storage - New Paperwallets
« on: December 06, 2016, 05:28:10 PM »
Okcash Cold Storage
New Paperwallets

One of the most popular options for keeping your Okcash safe is something called an OK paper wallet.
Here you will learn how to transfer all those digital coins into a physical paper form using just a printer.

What is an OK paper wallet and why do I need one?

An Okcash wallet consists of two ‘keys’. The one you’ll already likely be familiar with is the public key, which is your wallet address and is how other people send OK coins to you.

The other part of your Okcash wallet is the private key. It is this that enables you to send OK to other people.

The combination of the recipient’s public key and your private key is what makes a cryptocurrency transaction possible.

It is important to understand that, if anyone else obtains the private key of your wallet,
they can withdraw your funds – this is why it’s absolutely essential that nobody else discovers it.

So, if you keep your coins in either an online wallet, or a hard-drive-based software wallet,
you are vulnerable to attacks by hackers or malware that can log your keystrokes.

Furthermore, a stolen PC or a hard-drive crash could also see you waving bye-bye to your digital treasure.

Used with care, a paper wallet can protect you from these possibilities.

What is an OK paper wallet?

A paper wallet is a document that contains copies of the public and private keys that make up a wallet.
Often it will have QR codes, so that you can quickly scan them and add the keys into a software wallet to make a transaction.

The benefit of a paper wallet is that the keys are not stored digitally anywhere,
and are therefore not subject to cyber-attacks or hardware failures.

The disadvantage of a paper wallet is that paper and ink can degrade,
and paper is relatively fragile – it’s definitely worth keeping well away from fire and water for obvious reasons.

Furthermore, if you lose a paper wallet, you’ll never be able to access the OK coins sent to its address.

How to create an Okcash paper wallet

Here are 10 steps needed to create an OK paper wallet:

    1.- To generate a new Okcash address, open in your browser.

    2.- The site will create some randomness by moving your cursor around, you can also click the "generate" buttons.

    3.- You will be presented with your public and private keys and their respective QR codes. Do not scan these.

    4.- Click the ‘Paper wallet’ tab.

    5.- Select the number of addresses to generate.

    6.- If you don’t wish to keep the Okcash artwork, click the ‘Hide art?’ button.

    7.- Click the ‘Generate’ button to create new wallets.

    8.- Once the wallets are generated, click the ‘Print’ button to make a hard copy.

    9.- Your browser will ask you to select the printer you wish to use. In the case of Google Chrome, you may also save the page as a PDF file.

    10.- Make a note of the public addresses, or scan the public address QR code in your Okcash app and start depositing funds.

** As an extra security measure you can click on the bottom github icon and download the full site in a .zip file to generate your OK paper wallets locally or offline.

Projects Development / Interview with OKtoshi  -  by The Bitcoin Dood
« on: December 01, 2016, 03:40:19 PM »
Interview with OKtoshi
Lead Dev for Okcash and Bitcoin Fullnode OS ROKOS

Oktoshi Interview Link

Projects Development / Okcash Reviews over
« on: November 28, 2016, 01:29:42 PM »
New Okcash Reviews over

Projects Development / Happy Birthday Okcash (2nd)
« on: November 24, 2016, 12:59:41 PM »

Okcash 2nd Birthday

You are the magic behind #Okcash! Happy 2nd Birthday !
Total Thanks for your joy and support in this first 2 years!

Projects Development / Okcash Flyer #1
« on: November 21, 2016, 04:31:54 PM »

Okcash Flyer #1

New OK social flyers by rnz

Projects Development / Design Upgrade for
« on: November 21, 2016, 03:35:05 PM »
Okcash Forums Design upgraded

New Mirror website backup for

Helps on protection vs censorship/ddos/domains expirations
99.9% uptime, github hosted, opensource.

12 - OK Block Halving Rewards countdown and info

New OK site with info about the OK Blockchain, Block Rewards, different currencies value and more


ROKOS v7 "Core" for Raspberry Pi 2, 3 IoT Devices Released.

OS with integrated Bitcoin OK Clients, nodes and much more. Faster, Easier, Stronger.

Just Download and Burn to Start your own OK and/or Bitcoin Full nodes and/or open your OpenBazaar store

Cryptocurrency and the Internet of Things
Core: Debian/Xubuntu based OS with integrated Bitcoin OK Clients, Nodes and Open Bazaar server ready for use.

We've seen new services selling "stake miners" or pi "fullnodes" for different amounts of bitcoin ranging from 200 USD to 982 USD, we support the new technology and uses for cryptocurrencies in the Raspberry Pi , Bananapi, Pine64+ and IoT environments, hence we came up with a Free solution for every IoT enthusiast, developer, user, service that want to use their IoT devices with Bitcoin and OK, or that would like to turn their Pi into a Staking device, It already integrates a fully functional Bitcoin Client and full node as well to provide the users with the best and easier Out of the Box experience, and to be the perfect toolbox for developers.

v7 "Core" Released

ROKOS is the First OS release that merges the full power of Raspberry Pi zero, 2, 3, Banana Pi PRO, Pine64+ & IoT Devices with Bitcoin OK and Cryptocurrencies:
- ROKOS v7 "core" comes with integrated OK and Bitcoin Client / node and OpenBazaar server.

Distribution aimed for everyone, from new IoT users to IoT Developers, Ease of use Out of the Box.
Download & Burn, Ready for use.

Some of the ROKOS core features are:
v7 "core" Release (Pine64+, Raspberry Pi 2, 3)

- Full burnable OS Compatible with the Raspberry Pi, Pine64+, BananaPi and IoT devices.
- Full System / Programs Upgrade.
- Full Design Upgrade.
- Chrome/Firefox browser added. (depends on version)
- Autolog.
- Debian/Xubuntu/Linux based.
- Java Dev Tools.
- Easier to Use mod Update.
- Security and Optimization Update.
- Includes Qt and complete set of Dev tools (For developers)
- Works with other cryptocurrencies.
- 1024 mb swap mod.
- Updated Bitcoin client / node v0.13.1 with full functionality.
- Updated OKCash client / node v4.0.0.3 with full Stake functionality, private messages.
- Updated OpenBazaar server.
- Custom Login and Wallpapers.
- BTC and OK nodes at /usr/local/bin/
- Easy Clients / Nodes Upgrades.
- Custom OK-Scripts to ease the user experience.
- Direct access to the Clients Via: Task bar and Menu > Blockchain.

ROKOS v7 "core" :
- Pine64+ - ready for download
- Raspberry Pi 2, 3. - ready for download
- Banana Pi PRO - coming update

- Min 16gb SD card and an External device (usb / hdd / ssd). To sync the BTC chain on the external device instead of the SD card, BTC chain alone is around 60gb.

ROKOS constantly evolves and releases new Versions based on:
- Security, Chain, Technology and Design updates.
- Ease of access and use for the final users.
- More Cryptocurrencies are integrated for an Out of the Box experience in a different version called ROKOS FLAVORS.
- More wallets, programs or features, based on users/communities/developers feedback, support and/or cross collaborations.

Download at:

SilverMafia Game

Play the New Mafia Game, win inGame currency that you can convert into OKCash!

by @nameless

Hello everyone, i'd like to announce a faucet with a twist i've been working on :)

An old school text bases mafia game.
Make friends, join together as a family and fight each other. Hire some fancy ladies to make money for you, do some crimes, etc. All this you can do in the game.

However, the game currency can be exchanged for OKCash, HZ and BURST :)
So as i said...faucet with a twist...

You can invite your friends, brother/sister, grandma, neighbor and they can have a little fun and play a game and earn some free coins while doing do.
I'm working on a variety of tutorials so that people unfamiliar to crypto can learn about it straight from the game.
Work in progress, but should be done in a few days.
That's it folks!

Join us on the fun at
Join to show off your stats over the #gaming room !

Development & Technical Discussion / OKCash RPC Calls
« on: October 07, 2016, 12:25:21 PM »
OK RPC Calls

addmultisigaddress <nrequired> <'["key","key"]'> [account]
addnode <node> <add|remove|onetry>
addredeemscript <redeemScript> [account]
backupwallet <destination>
createrawtransaction [{"txid":txid,"vout":n},...] {address:amount,...}
decoderawtransaction <hex string>
decodescript <hex string>
dumpprivkey <okcashaddress>
dumpwallet <filename>
encryptwallet <passphrase>
getaccount <okcashaddress>
getaccountaddress <account>
getaddednodeinfo <dns> [node]
getaddressesbyaccount <account>
getbalance [account] [minconf=1]
getblock <hash> [txinfo]
getblockbynumber <number> [txinfo]
getblockhash <index>
getblocktemplate [params]
getnewaddress [account]
getnewpubkey [account]
getnewstealthaddress [label]
getrawtransaction <txid> [verbose=0]
getreceivedbyaccount <account> [minconf=1]
getreceivedbyaddress <okcashaddress> [minconf=1]
getsubsidy [nTarget]
gettransaction <txid>
getwork [data]
getworkex [data, coinbase]
help [command]
importprivkey <okcashprivkey> [label]
importstealthaddress <scan_secret> <spend_secret> [label]
importwallet <filename>
keypoolrefill [new-size]
listaccounts [minconf=1]
listreceivedbyaccount [minconf=1] [includeempty=false]
listreceivedbyaddress [minconf=1] [includeempty=false]
listsinceblock [blockhash] [target-confirmations]
liststealthaddresses [show_secrets=0]
listtransactions [account] [count=10] [from=0] [show_coinstake=1]
listunspent [minconf=1] [maxconf=9999999] ["address",...]
makekeypair [prefix]
move <fromaccount> <toaccount> <amount> [minconf=1] [comment]
nextorphan [connecthash]
reservebalance [<reserve> [amount]]
rewindchain <number>
scanforalltxns [fromHeight]
scanforstealthtxns [fromHeight]
sendalert <message> <privatekey> <minver> <maxver> <priority> <id> [cancelupto]
sendfrom <fromaccount> <tookcashaddress> <amount> [minconf=1] [comment] [comment-to] [narration]
sendmany <fromaccount> {address:amount,...} [minconf=1] [comment]
sendrawtransaction <hex string>
sendtoaddress <okcashaddress> <amount> [comment] [comment-to] [narration]
sendtostealthaddress <stealth_address> <amount> [comment] [comment-to] [narration]
setaccount <okcashaddress> <account>
setbestblockbyheight <height>
settxfee <amount>
signmessage <okcashaddress> <message>
signrawtransaction <hex string> [{"txid":txid,"vout":n,"scriptPubKey":hex},...] [<privatekey1>,...] [sighashtype="ALL"]
smsgaddkey <address> <pubkey>
smsgbuckets [stats|dump]
smsggetpubkey <address>
smsginbox [all|unread|clear]
smsglocalkeys [whitelist|all|wallet|recv <+/-> <address>|anon <+/-> <address>]
smsgoptions [list|set <optname> <value>]
smsgoutbox [all|clear]
smsgsend <addrFrom> <addrTo> <message>
smsgsendanon <addrTo> <message>
submitblock <hex data> [optional-params-obj]
thinforcestate <state>
thinscanmerkleblocks <height>
txnreport [collate_amounts] [show_key_images]
validateaddress <okcashaddress>
validatepubkey <okcashpubkey>
verifymessage <okcashaddress> <signature> <message>

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