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#1
OK Projects / Happy 8th Birthday OK Fam!
November 24, 2022, 05:08:58 PM


https://twitter.com/OkcashCrypto/status/1595913859629563904

Happy 8th Birthday $OK Fam! 🎉⭐️

Thanks for creating magic with $OK while enjoying and supporting the project over the years!
$OK works for its users, $OK is community based, you are what makes $OK great!
For many years to come! 🚀
With Love ~ From all the different $OK Teams 💙

https://youtu.be/XvUqE2HKiZg

#2
New Release of the OK wallet v7 - code name: Space Monkey



Run OK everywhere on Windows, Mac OSX, IoT and every Linux distro!


https://github.com/okcashpro/okcash/releases/latest

OK v7 codename: Space Monkey

Space Monkey: is the selected code name for the new v7 wallets, evoking ingenuity, positivity and futuristic innovation.

Change List 23-Nov-2022 - v7.0.0.0-core Space Monkey

    Latest QT build.
    Design Updates.
    Functionality Updates.
    Sec Checkpoints.
    Code improvements / cleanup.
    32bit & 64bit win binaries.
    New 1 click Easy Installer methods. (easier and faster)
    Security Updates.
    Protocol upgrade.
    New section OK Apps.
    New OK App: OK Swap. (Swap OK / OK BSC)


Thanks everyone for your support to the OK network.
If you require further assistance, remember to join: https://discord.io/ok [Live chat]
where the OK community and team members are ready to help.
#3

OK Graphics for users, games, services and merchants - Updated: https://github.com/okcashpro/ok-graphics
#5

8th OK Birthday is on November 24th! Join and Win!

Prize if we get less than 4,999 participants:
1st: 20k OK / 2nd: 10k OK / 3rd: 5k OK

Prize if we get more than 5,000 participants:
1st: 40k OK / 2nd: 20k OK / 3rd: 10k OK

* Invite more people to join the Giveaway to increase the OK prize!
[Ends Nov 24th 2022 / 23.30 UTC]

✅ Join the OK Server and participate on OK 's 8th Birthday Party Giveaway!
https://discord.io/ok


#6

https://okcash.news/ok-wrapped-okcash-bsc-is-now-listed-at-bubblemaps-f7cc70cbfb20
https://twitter.com/OkcashCrypto/status/1585368203437674496


OK [Wrapped Okcash BSC] is now listed at Bubblemaps



$OK is now listed at Bubblemaps.io — The first supply auditing tool for DeFi tokens and NFTs. Their unique and colorful bubbles make on-chain data easy to understand; helps user investigate wallets, reveal connections, and see through the noise of blockchain data.

This integration helps increment even more the transparency and trust into $OK as it audits the supply constantly and it represents it in a real easy way to access and understand in a bubbles map.

OK [Wrapped Okcash BSC] Bubblemaps:
https://app.bubblemaps.io/bsc/token/0x523821d20a283d955f6205B4C9252779Cd0f964B

How Does It Work?

The project Bubblemaps, the supply auditing tool for DeFi tokens and NFTs, creates colorful bubbles allowing users to easily see connections between different crypto wallets. If the wallets holding the biggest shares of the project's tokens are closely linked to each other, it is a suspicious sign.

Namely, there is a risk that a whale investor splits its tokens between connected wallets to hide its status. Bubblemaps use cases include the fight against wash trading, wallet-splitting, and manipulations with voting power.

Bubblemaps Is Trusted By Many Industry Leading Projects

Industry-leading projects use Bubblemaps to follow holders' behavior, get actionable market insights, and showcase transparency to the community.

More info on Bubblemaps: https://bubblemaps.io/
More info on OK — Wrapped Okcash BSC: https://oktoken.cash
#7
https://coinmarketcap.com/community/articles/40502
https://twitter.com/OkcashCrypto/status/1582827423305191424
https://okcash.news/how-to-swap-your-ok-okcash-for-ok-wrapped-okcash-bsc-bep20-3fcd42c8292b

How to Swap your OK (Okcash) for OK (Wrapped Okcash BSC) [BEP20]



With the new expansion of Okcash into the DEFI space, some users have requested a tutorial on how to swap your Okcash for Wrapped Okcash BSC, so here are the proper steps:

1. You need to visit the Swap portal: https://oktoken.cash
2. Click on "Swap [OK] to [OK BEP20]"



3. Fill in how much Okcash [OK] you are going to swap for Wrapped Okcash BSC [OK BEP20], post your Binance Smart Chain address in the "OK BEP20 Address" field (This address is where you will get your [OK] Wrapped Okcash BSC), and click on Swap.

*If you click on "Advanced Options" you will be able to leave your email in case you want a receipt for the swap. (optional)



4. After you click on SWAP, a new window will open with the info for the swap. It will request to send the Okcash to a specific address, and will provide the info on our Swap (how much OK we are doing to swap, to which address).



5. Now you only need to send the Okcash to the requested address. It will take around 3 minutes to recognize your payment, it will mark it as complete and from here you can close that window and just wait for your Wrapped Okcash BSC to reach your wallet.
(Always save the OrderID, just in case you need support with your swap)



6. After the Okcash you sent gets 10 confirmations, it will take 2 minutes to do your swap, meaning that after you sent your Okcash, you should get your Wrapped Okcash BSC in your wallet after 10–15 minutes tops.

Now you are ready to use your $OK over the Binance Network, you can add it to the Liquidity Pools to earn trading fees on decentralized exchanges, you can trade it, you can save it on your metamask wallet or your Trustwallet among many other options, our next tutorial will be on "How to integrate $OK into TrustWallet".

Have a good one!

Wrapped Okcash BSC swap bridge: https://oktoken.cash
Swap support server: https://discord.gg/xazEZz7BSU
OK Community server: https://discord.io/cryptocurrency
#8
https://coinmarketcap.com/community/articles/40280
https://twitter.com/OkcashCrypto/status/1582118320672645120
https://okcash.news/the-6th-okcash-block-halving-event-is-around-the-corner-e09eb8b047bc


The 6th Okcash Block Halving Event is around the corner!



OK Giveaways on Discord during OK Block halving Day!

[OK Block Halving ETA: October 23rd 2022]
Okcash was designed as a deflationary currency. Like gold and Bitcoin, the premise is that over time, the issuance of OK coins will decrease and thus become scarcer over time. As Okcash become scarcer and if demand for them increases over time, Okcash can be used as a hedge against inflation as the price, guided by price equilibrium is bound to increase.

What is a block halving event?

As part of Okcash's coin issuance, miners/stakers are rewarded a certain amount of Okcash coins whenever a block is produced (approximately every 69 seconds).

When Okcash first started, 2000 OK coins per block were given as a reward to PoW miners. After the block number 33,186 PoW evolved to LTSS PoS and halvings have been ocurring at different time schedules taking in consideration 501,257 blocks per year, the block reward halves and will keep on halving until the block 27,589,135 (last halving approximately by year 2070).

As of now, the block reward evolved [Semi-static block reward + predictable network growth no matter net staking percentage, achieving Bitcoin predictability under Okcash unique LTSS PoS System.(Energy Friendly)] and is now under the LTSS PoSv3hybrid system at a rate of 6+ coins per block and will decrease to 3.9+ coins per block post halving.

Who controls the issuance of Okcash (OK coins/tokens)?

The network itself controls the issuance of OK coins/tokens, derived by consensus through all Okcash participants. Ever since Okcash was first designed, the following consensus rules exist to this day:

    105,000,000 OK coins to ever be produced
    Target of 69-second block intervals
    Halving event schedule based on 501,257 block/year. (approximately every 1,2,10 years)
    Block reward diminish continually every halving event until block 27,589,135 (approximately by year 2070)
    Last OK coins are expected to be mined/staked approximately by year 2148)

Any change to these parameters requires all Okcash participants to agree by consensus to approve the change.


... for more info on the OK Halving visit: https://okcashblockhalf.com/
Join and celebrate at the OK Bitcoin Discord community on halving day for OK giveaways: https://discord.io/cryptocurrency
#9

This is a tutorial on How to add [OK] Wrapped Okcash BSC to MetaMask wallet.

You need:

    The Network on your Metamask wallet set to the Binance Smart Chain.
    [OK] Wrapped Okcash BSC contract: 0x523821d20a283d955f6205B4C9252779Cd0f964B

Add OK token to MetaMask

    Open the MetaMask extension in your web browser or your MetaMask mobile App.
    Select the Assets tab.
    Scroll down and click Import tokens.

   

    Select the Custom Token tab.
    Insert the contract address of OK token ( 0x523821d20a283d955f6205B4C9252779Cd0f964B ) to the field Token Contract Address.
    The token symbol and token decimal will get filled automatically.
    Else you can add them manually; Symbol: OK  Token Decimals: 18

   

    Click Add Custom Token.
    You will see OK token information and the balance (if you have OK tokens at your address).

   

    Click Import Tokens.

   

    Congratulations, you added the OK token to MetaMask and it will become visible in the Assets tab, enjoy!

#10
Wrapped Okcash BSC [OK] — Okcash expands into the DEFI Universe! 

Now You can swap your Okcash back and forth and be able to use it over the Binance Smart Chain.
Enjoy DEFI with Okcash!

https://okcash.news/wrapped-okcash-bsc-okcash-expands-into-the-defi-universe-18bd233f10e9



https://oktoken.cash
https://twitter.com/OkcashCrypto/status/1580912488081940480

#11

New Okcash Logo

To celebrate the upcoming halving and as part of Okcash improvements,
is time to release the new Logo for OK to integrate better with the coming upgrades and the new times!
We hope you like it!
Enjoy.




#12
New Release of the OK client 6.9.0.7 - code name: Aether

Run Okcash everywhere on Windows, Mac OSX, IoT and every Linux distro!


https://github.com/okcashpro/okcash/releases/latest

OK V6.9 codename: Aether

Aether
(/Aithḗr/) is the personification of the "upper sky". He embodies the pure upper air that the gods breathe, as opposed to the normal air (ἀήρ, aer) breathed by mortals.

Change List 22-Feb-2022  - v6.9.0.7-core Aether

  - Security Updates.
  - Latest QT build.
  - Sec Checkpoints.
  - Code improvements.
  - 64bit binaries.
  - Protocol upgrade.


Thanks everyone for your support to the OK network.
If you require further assistance, remember to join: https://discord.gg/grvpc8c [Live chat] where the Okcash community and team members are ready to help.


#14
New Release of the OK client 6.9.0.5 - code name: Aether

"Mandatory upgrade if client is older than v6.9" -> LTSSposv3hybrid system goes live after block number: 3,027,542

Run Okcash everywhere on Windows, Mac OSX, IoT
and every Linux distro with the new AppImage Releases!


https://github.com/okcashpro/okcash/releases/latest
OK V6.9 codename: Aether

Aether
(/Aithḗr/) is the personification of the "upper sky". He embodies the pure upper air that the gods breathe, as opposed to the normal air (ἀήρ, aer) breathed by mortals.

Change List 01-Feb-2021  - v6.9.0.5-core Aether


  - Fix for segmentation fault on new systems.
  - Fix for mac OSX compilations makefile.
  - Removal of okchat GUI (not really been used by the community, we are making space for new features, system still in place, we can bring it back if users request/reach consensus)
  - Code synt improvement.

---
Instructions for previous clients:

From v6 clients

    Close your Okcash client, replace it with the v6.9.0.5 , open your client and you are done.

From old clients (v1-2-3-4-5)

    Close your Okcash client, replace it with the v6.9.0.5 , open your client, let it reindex the chain (one time only, takes 3 hrs aprox. the wallet will close itself when done) check your wallet is closed, open it and you are done.
    (If cant sync or don't want to wait for the reindex you can re-download the latest ok-blockchain)

---
Create and Restore an Okcash HD Wallet
---

When you load the new Okcash HD wallet for the first time, it will create a new HD account for you and set it as default, any new addresses generated will be from the default HD account [unique to you].
However, as this is pre-generated and not easy to remember, we suggest you to proceed to create a new HD account using a mnemonic sentence.

Always backup your wallet.dat first!

              Creating an Okcash HD wallet:

                    1. Turn off the OK Client, save your wallet.dat [Backup] and rename it
                    2. Turn on the latest OK Client
                    3. Create a new Okcash HD wallet[Account] (OK Tools > Get a new HD Wallet) and give it a name
                    4. Go to "OK Tools > Advanced HD config" and make sure the new HD account
                        you just named is showing as "default"
                    5. Send some Okcash from your old wallet to the new one

              Recovering / Restoring an Okcash HD wallet:

                    1. Turn off the OK Client, save your wallet.dat [Backup] and rename it
                    2. Turn on the latest OK Client
                    3. Go to "OK Tools > Import an HD Wallet" and complete the steps
                    4. Go to "OK Tools > Debug Console" and type scanforalltxns 1
                    5. You should see your test transaction showing up

            Your new Okcash HD wallet is setup, and the mnemonic sentence + optional password
            is all you need to access all new created addresses.

---
How to run an AppImage on Linux:
---

Before you can run an AppImage, you need to make it executable. This is a Linux security feature. There are three main ways to make an AppImage executable:

1. With the GUI

    Open your file manager and browse to the location of the AppImage
    Right-click on the AppImage and click the 'Properties' entry
    Switch to the Permissions tab and
    Click the 'Allow executing file as program' checkbox if you are using a Nautilus-based file manager (Files, Nemo, Caja), or click the 'Is executable' checkbox if you are using Dolphin, or change the 'Execute' drop down list to 'Anyone' if you are using PCManFM
    Close the dialog
    Double-click on the AppImage file to run

2. On the command line

chmod a+x Some.AppImage

---

Thanks everyone for your support to the OK network.
If you require further assistance, remember to join: https://discord.gg/grvpc8c [Live chat] or the https://okcashtalk.org [Forums] where the Okcash community and team members are ready to help.

#15
New Release of the OK client 6.9.0.3 - code name: Aether

"Mandatory upgrade if client is older than v6.9" -> LTSSposv3hybrid system goes live after block number: 3,027,542

Run Okcash everywhere on Windows, Mac OSX, IoT
and every Linux distro with the new AppImage Releases!


https://github.com/okcashpro/okcash/releases/latest
OK V6.9 codename: Aether

Aether
(/Aithḗr/) is the personification of the "upper sky". He embodies the pure upper air that the gods breathe, as opposed to the normal air (ἀήρ, aer) breathed by mortals.

Change List 05-Jan-2021  - v6.9.0.3-core Aether

    New commands/rpc calls for information/integration/compatibility with 3rd party apps:

  - getwalletinfo

      Returns an object containing various wallet state info.

      Result:
      {
      "walletversion": xxxxx, (numeric) the wallet version
      "balance": xxxxxxx, (numeric) the total bitcoin balance of the wallet
      "txcount": xxxxxxx, (numeric) the total number of transactions in the wallet
      "keypoololdest": xxxxxx, (numeric) the timestamp (seconds since GMT epoch) of the oldest pre-generated key in the key pool
      "keypoolsize": xxxx, (numeric) how many new keys are pre-generated
      "unlocked_until": ttt, (numeric) the timestamp in seconds since epoch (midnight Jan 1 1970 GMT) that the wallet is unlocked for transfers, or 0 if the wallet is locked
      }

  - getblockchaininfo

      Returns an object containing various state info regarding block chain processing.

      Result:
      {
      "chain": "xxxx", (string) current chain (main, testnet3, regtest)
      "blocks": xxxxxx, (numeric) the current number of blocks processed in the server
      "headers": xxxxxx, (numeric) the current number of blocks processed in the network
      "bestblockhash": "...", (string) the hash of the currently best block
      "difficulty": xxxxxx, (numeric) the current difficulty
      "verificationprogress": xxxx, (numeric) estimate of verification progress [0..1]
      "chainwork": "xxxx" (string) total amount of work/trust in active chain, in hexadecimal
      }

  - getblock (upgraded, now includes hex-encoded data returns)

  - getblockheader

      If verbose is false, returns a string that is serialized, hex-encoded data for blockheader 'hash'.
      If verbose is true, returns an Object with information about blockheader <hash>.

      Arguments:
      1. "hash" (string, required) The block hash
      2. verbose (boolean, optional, default=true) true for a json object, false for the hex encoded data

      Result (for verbose = true):
      {
      "hash" : "hash", (string) the block hash (same as provided)
      "confirmations" : n, (numeric) The number of confirmations, or -1 if the block is not on the main chain
      "height" : n, (numeric) The block height or index
      "version" : n, (numeric) The block version
      "merkleroot" : "xxxx", (string) The merkle root
      "time" : ttt, (numeric) The block time in seconds since epoch (Jan 1 1970 GMT)
      "nonce" : n, (numeric) The nonce
      "bits" : "1d00ffff", (string) The bits
      "difficulty" : x.xxx, (numeric) The difficulty
      "previousblockhash" : "hash", (string) The hash of the previous block
      "nextblockhash" : "hash" (string) The hash of the next block
      }

  - Bug fixes.

---
Instructions for previous clients:

From v6 clients

    Close your Okcash client, replace it with the v6.9.0.3 , open your client and you are done.

From old clients (v1-2-3-4-5)

    Close your Okcash client, replace it with the v6.9.0.3 , open your client, let it reindex the chain (one time only, takes 3 hrs aprox. the wallet will close itself when done) check your wallet is closed, open it and you are done.
    (If cant sync or don't want to wait for the reindex you can re-download the latest ok-blockchain)

---
Create and Restore an Okcash HD Wallet
---

When you load the new Okcash HD wallet for the first time, it will create a new HD account for you and set it as default, any new addresses generated will be from the default HD account [unique to you].
However, as this is pre-generated and not easy to remember, we suggest you to proceed to create a new HD account using a mnemonic sentence.

Always backup your wallet.dat first!

              Creating an Okcash HD wallet:

                    1. Turn off the OK Client, save your wallet.dat [Backup] and rename it
                    2. Turn on the latest OK Client
                    3. Create a new Okcash HD wallet[Account] (OK Tools > Get a new HD Wallet) and give it a name
                    4. Go to "OK Tools > Advanced HD config" and make sure the new HD account
                        you just named is showing as "default"
                    5. Send some Okcash from your old wallet to the new one

              Recovering / Restoring an Okcash HD wallet:

                    1. Turn off the OK Client, save your wallet.dat [Backup] and rename it
                    2. Turn on the latest OK Client
                    3. Go to "OK Tools > Import an HD Wallet" and complete the steps
                    4. Go to "OK Tools > Debug Console" and type scanforalltxns 2730690
                    5. You should see your test transaction showing up

            Your new Okcash HD wallet is setup, and the mnemonic sentence + optional password
            is all you need to access all new created addresses.

---
How to run an AppImage on Linux:
---

Before you can run an AppImage, you need to make it executable. This is a Linux security feature. There are three main ways to make an AppImage executable:

1. With the GUI

    Open your file manager and browse to the location of the AppImage
    Right-click on the AppImage and click the 'Properties' entry
    Switch to the Permissions tab and
    Click the 'Allow executing file as program' checkbox if you are using a Nautilus-based file manager (Files, Nemo, Caja), or click the 'Is executable' checkbox if you are using Dolphin, or change the 'Execute' drop down list to 'Anyone' if you are using PCManFM
    Close the dialog
    Double-click on the AppImage file to run

2. On the command line

chmod a+x Some.AppImage

---


#16

New Okcash Blockchain explorer + OK Nodes health map!
Enjoy your holidays! Merry Christmas!


https://okcash.news/new-okcash-blockchain-explorer-ok-nodes-health-map-205204e8575e
https://twitter.com/OkcashCrypto/status/1342185445262827522



New Okcash blockchain explorer: https://okcash.coinzen.pro/
New Okcash health nodes map: https://oknodes.coinzen.pro/
#17
New Release of the OK client 6.9.0.0 - code name: Aether

"Mandatory upgrade" -> LTSSposv3hybrid system goes live after block number: 3,027,542

Run Okcash everywhere on Windows, Mac OSX, IoT
and every Linux distro with the new AppImage Releases!


https://github.com/okcashpro/okcash/releases/latest
OK V6.9 codename: Aether

Aether
(/Aithḗr/) is the personification of the "upper sky". He embodies the pure upper air that the gods breathe, as opposed to the normal air (ἀήρ, aer) breathed by mortals.

Change List 19-Dec-2020  - v6.9.0.0-core Aether

- Full Revamp of the Okcash Client and GUI.
- OK Client GUI full Redesign for ease of use.
- LTSSposv3hybrid development and implementation done, with this upgrade Okcash will achieve full "predictability" just like Bitcoin but under the unique Okcash Proof of Stake LTSS system by integrating its own implementation of POS v3, increased security of the network among other benefits. [Starts after block 3,027,542]
- Asynchronous Indexing.
- Added BIP44 support.
- Added BIP39 support.
- Integrated CheckLockTimeVerify. [BIP65]
- Massive overhaul regarding the way orphans are dealt with.
- Refactored code. [Way more clean and removed useless bits]
- Added checkbox for unlocking the wallet for OK Chat smsgs only.
- Hierarchical Deterministic wallet - which means you can recover all the keys in a wallet using only the master key.
- New prefix for base58 data.
- BIP32 support.
    - Each extended key can derive 2^31 normal child keys and 2^31 hardened child keys.
    - All new keys are deterministically generated from a master key.
    - The complete wallet state (except key labels) can be recreated from a single master key.
- New rpc function extkey, alias: bip32 (The path is a backslash delimited string of digits. m/3/4h/5) Only backslashes, digits and m, h and ' may occur in the path. The tokens m and 0 can only be first or last in the path.
- Translation strings for the OK Client are now ready to be loaded to Transifex to add more languages support.
- Added Gitian build descriptors.
- OK Chat SMSG ScanBlock harvest public keys from coinstake transactions.
- Added "Txn Type" field to txnreport.
- Added 'env' parameter to getinfo returns more environment specific information.
- Added simple command line interface to okcashd enabled with new parameter "cli" when not started as a daemon.
- Added createmultisig rpc command. (createmultisig does the same as existing command addmultisigaddress except that the resulting address and script are not added to the wallet.
- decoderawtransaction scriptPubKey includes the hex representation hex of a prevout scriptPubKey is required for signrawtransaction.
- signrawtransaction works when private keys are passed in as parameters.
- Micromarkdown formatting.
- New assets path on code with new plugins to expand/integrate more capabilities/features to the OK Client.
- Full upgrade to the OK Chat SMSG system in design and code. [v2]
- New option to disable OK Chat SMSG scanning of incoming blocks. - smsgoptions set scanIncoming false.
- smsgoptions command is now case insensitive.
- smsgoptions list takes a bool parameter to list option descriptions.
- dumpprivkey takes a pubkey as input.
- Improved init messages.
- Improved debug and log feedback messages.
- New oktools folder on code with some scripts for setup/build/sync for developers.
- New .tx folder on code for the translations "Transifex" config.
- Bug fixes.

---
Instructions for previous clients:
---

- Close your Okcash client, replace it with the v6.9.0.0 , open your client, let it reindex the chain (one time only, takes 3 hrs aprox. the wallet will close itself when done) check your wallet is closed, open it and you are done.
(If cant sync or dont want to wait for the reindex you can re-download the latest ok-blockchain)

---
Create and Restore an Okcash HD Wallet
---

When you load the new Okcash HD wallet for the first time, it will create a new HD account for you and set it as default, any new addresses generated will be from the default HD account [unique to you].
However, as this is pre-generated and not easy to remember, we suggest you to proceed to create a new HD account using a mnemonic sentence.

Always backup your wallet.dat first!

              Creating an Okcash HD wallet:

                    1. Turn off the OK Client, save your wallet.dat [Backup] and rename it
                    2. Turn on the latest OK Client
                    3. Create a new Okcash HD wallet[Account] (OK Tools > Get a new HD Wallet) and give it a name
                    4. Go to "OK Tools > Advanced HD config" and make sure the new HD account
                        you just named is showing as "default"
                    5. Send some Okcash from your old wallet to the new one

              Recovering / Restoring an Okcash HD wallet:

                    1. Turn off the OK Client, save your wallet.dat [Backup] and rename it
                    2. Turn on the latest OK Client
                    3. Go to "OK Tools > Import an HD Wallet" and complete the steps
                    4. Go to "OK Tools > Debug Console" and type scanforalltxns 2730690
                    5. You should see your test transaction showing up

            Your new Okcash HD wallet is setup, and the mnemonic sentence + optional password
            is all you need to access all new created addresses.

---
How to run an AppImage on Linux:
---

Before you can run an AppImage, you need to make it executable. This is a Linux security feature. There are three main ways to make an AppImage executable:

1. With the GUI

    Open your file manager and browse to the location of the AppImage
    Right-click on the AppImage and click the 'Properties' entry
    Switch to the Permissions tab and
    Click the 'Allow executing file as program' checkbox if you are using a Nautilus-based file manager (Files, Nemo, Caja), or click the 'Is executable' checkbox if you are using Dolphin, or change the 'Execute' drop down list to 'Anyone' if you are using PCManFM
    Close the dialog
    Double-click on the AppImage file to run

2. On the command line

chmod a+x Some.AppImage

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Merry Christmas! Enjoy and celebrate with your loved ones.
If you require further assistance, remember to join: https://discord.gg/grvpc8c [Live chat] or the https://okcashtalk.org [Forums] where the Okcash community and team members are ready to help.

#18


Okcash is getting integrated in the next weeks in to the TENT Wallet, providing OK users with swaps between currencies and the use of crypto debit cards.

 #OKCash is coming to TENT Wallet (BitFrost) in upcoming release. Users will be able to swap 🔄
 between currencies and use crypto debit cards 💳
 Welcome onboard 🌍♥️🎉✌️
#BUIDL #cryptocurrencies
A Big Thanks to the involved teams and users.

https://twitter.com/kompletit/status/1327940259628380162

#19
New Release of the OK wallet 5.0.0.5!
Run Okcash everywhere on Linux as well with the new AppImage Releases!
Lets celebrate Okcash 6th year on Nov 24th 2020, join Discord on that day for nice rains by the community!



https://github.com/okcashpro/okcash/releases/latest
OK Wallets v5.0.0.5 core - Mandatory Upgrade if running older than v5.0.0.0

codename: Bliss

Bliss
(/blɪs/) is a state of complete happiness or joy; a superlative state which is far above and beyond happiness.

Change List 05-Nov-2020 - v5.0.0.5-core Bliss

    - Upgraded connections/ connect only to v5 clients (Network)
    - New pnseeds (Network)
    - Sec Checkpoints. (Security/Performance)
    - New appimage release for most linux distros (Archlinux, Centos, Debian, Fedora, OpenSUSE, Red Hat, Ubuntu and more!)
      *: thanks to opensourcer2 for the request/feedback.

Before you can run an AppImage, you need to make it executable. This is a Linux security feature. There are three main ways to make an AppImage executable:

    With the GUI

    Open your file manager and browse to the location of the AppImage
    Right-click on the AppImage and click the 'Properties' entry
    Switch to the Permissions tab and
    Click the 'Allow executing file as program' checkbox if you are using a Nautilus-based file manager (Files, Nemo, Caja), or click the 'Is executable' checkbox if you are using Dolphin, or change the 'Execute' drop down list to 'Anyone' if you are using PCManFM
    Close the dialog
    Double-click on the AppImage file to run

    On the command line

chmod a+x Some.AppImage

Enjoy.

Instructions for previous clients:

    Close your Okcash client, replace it with the v5.0.0.5 , open your client, you are done.
    (If cant sync, re-download the ok-blockchain)