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QuarkCoin Cryptocurrency

Quark is a decentralized digital monetary system. It facilitates sending Quarks to Friends, Family Members Online Payments free of charges and charge-backs. Military Grade Encryption. No Bank or Government Control. Quark coins are based on the original idea of Bitcoin but improved, more secure, faster transaction times and zero fees. With improvements to design and security. There is also a greater coin supply with higher block rewards for miners. Quark is fully Open Source.
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Generating HD wallet addresses from xpub key using PHP, up to date method? $100 BTC reward for help!

Hi, I've been trying to get this working for a short while now and I am at a loss of what else to do.
I initially found this guide: https://freedomnode.com/blog/58/generate-bitcoin-wallet-addresses-from-extended-public-key-with-php
But have been getting this error:
Fatal error: Uncaught InvalidArgumentException: Invalid fingerprint for BIP32 key, must be in range [0 - (2^31)-1] inclusive in [path_redacted]\vendor\bitwasp\bitcoin\src\Key\Deterministic\HierarchicalKey.php:82 
I believe this error is caused by a fairly recent change to the repository, I've tried using these examples:
https://gist.github.com/daftspunk/8cc1dd787e97bcf4fa563a83102597c1
https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/4j468c/php_to_generate_hd_addresses_coding_issues/
Same issue, can anyone with more knowledge on this help to debug? Able to offer a $100 BTC reward! Thanks :)
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Useful links to start with - Particl Project 2020

Welcome to Particl Project

With these links, we want to make it as easy as possible to find your favourite content. We do believe it will save you time. Happy reading!
Particl is a privacy-first and censorship-resistant eCommerce platform. Built on blockchain technology. It restores the balance of power towards the individual, not corporations or governments, by decentralizing core aspects of today’s internet and today’s economy.
Particl Marketplace is a multi-vendor marketplace like Amazon but without exposing your personal data, making you earn more money while being able to have products at more reasonable prices.
Privacy first. Leave no trace.

QUICKLINKS

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MARKETPLACE

ECOSYSTEM

PRIVACY

CODE AUDITS

METRICS & NUMBERS

STAKING

OTHER TUTORIALS

HELP | SUPPORT | HOWTO

WHERE ELSE CAN YOU FIND US

CHATS

EVERGREEN ARTICLES

VIDEOS

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[Part - 17] Large college ebooks/eTextbooks thread for cheap rates [$4 to $25]

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  2. Stephen T. Abedon, Richard Lane Calendar - The Bacteriophages 2 edition (2005).pdf
  3. American Corrections in Brief 3rd Edition - Todd R. Clear.pdf
  4. Children 14e- John Santrock.pdf
  5. Erwin Kreyszig_ Herbert Kreyszig_ E J Norminton - Advanced engineering mathematics-Wiley (2011) (1).pdf
  6. Jeffrey K. Pinto - Project Management_ Achieving Competitive Advantage-Pearson (2015).pdf
  7. Principles of Geotechnical Engineering 9e- Braja M. Das.pdf
  8. Ethics in a Computing Culture ( - William John Brinkman.pdf
  9. The Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business 18th Edition- Marisa Pagnattaro.pdf
  10. Understanding Patient Safety, Third Edition - Robert Wachter .pdf
  11. Introduction to Criminology Theories, Methods, and Criminal Behavior 9th Edition- Frank E. Hagan.pdf
  12. Health Promotion for Nurses A Practical Guide.pdf
  13. Health Promotion for Nurses A Practical Guide - Chambers Clark.azw3
  14. Introduction to Criminology Theories, Methods, and Criminal Behavior 9th Edition- Frank E. Hagan.azw3
  15. Sustainability (Bedford Spotlight Reader) 2nd - Christian R. Weisser.pdf
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  17. What Is Life A Guide to Biology 4th- Jay Phelan.azw3
  18. Biology How Life Works 3rd- James Morris.pdf
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  20. A Practical Guide to Computer Forensics Investigations- Darren R. Hayes.pdf
  21. A Practical Guide to Computer Forensics Investigations- Darren R. Hayes.azw3
  22. Accounting Tools for Business Decision Making.pdf
  23. Essential Communication 2nd - Ronald B. Adler.pdf
  24. Essential Communication, 2nd Edition [Ronald B. Adler].epub
  25. Popular Music in America_ The B - Michael Campbell.pdf
  26. Cynthia J. Watkins - Pharmacology Clear and Simple_ A Guide to Drug Classifications and Dosage Calculations-F.A. Davis Company (2018).pdf
  27. Essentials of Abnormal Psychology 7e - V. Mark Durand.pdf
  28. A Practical Guide to Computer Forensics Investigations - Darren R. Hayes .pdf
  29. The Bedford Book of Genres_ A G - Amy Braziller.azw3
  30. The Bedford Book of Genres_ A Guide and Reader.pdf
  31. Research Methods - From Theory to Practice Ben Gorvine [Ben Gorvine].pdf
  32. Guide to the Code of Ethics for Nurses Interpretation and Application 2nd.pdf
  33. En avant! Beginning French 3th - Bruce Anderson.pdf
  34. Getting to Know Web GIS.pdf
  35. Discovering GIS and ArcGIS 2nd Edition.mobi
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  37. Campbell Essential Biology with Physiology, 6th Edition_9780134813042.pdf
  38. Organizational Behavior 18th Edition Stephen P. Robbins.pdf
  39. We the People 12th Edition- Andrea Campbell.pdf
  40. BrooksCole Empowerment Series Introduction to Social Work & Social Welfare.pdf
  41. University Physics with Modern Physics 15th Edition.pdf
  42. Materials Science and Engineering An Introduction, 10th Edition.pdf
  43. First Peoples: A Documentary Survey of American Indian History 5th edition.pdf
  44. Hamric & Hanson';s Advanced Prac - Mary Fran Tracy.azw3
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  46. Hamric & Hanson';s Advanced Practice Nursing - E-Book_ An Integrative Approa.pdf
  47. Modern Digital and Analog Communication Systems,5th Edition.pdf
  48. Working in Groups Communication Principles and Strategies 6th - Isa N. Engleberg.pdf
  49. Thermodynamics An Interactive Approach 1st - Subrata Bhattacharjee.pdf
  50. Invitation to the Life Span 4th- Kathleen Berger.azw3
  51. Invitation to the Life Span 4th- Kathleen Berger.pdf
  52. Karen K. Kirst-Ashman - Introduction to Social Work & Social Welfare_ Critical Thinking Perspectives (2016, Cengage Learning).pdf
  53. Eric Foner - Give Me Liberty!_ An American History. 1-W. W. Norton & Co. (2017).pdf
  54. Give Me Liberty An American History.pdf
  55. Luke Welling, Laura Thomson - PHP and MySQL Web Development (2016, Addison-Wesley Professional).pdf
  56. Murach’s PHP and MySQL.pdf
  57. Forensic Anthropology Laboratory Manual 4th -Steven N. Byers .pdf
  58. [Developer’s Library] Luke Welling, Laura Thomson - PHP and MySQL Web Development (5th Edition) (2016, Addison-Wesley Professional).epub
  59. Schaum';s Outline of Engineering Mechanics Statics (Schaum';s Outlines) 6th - E. W. Nelson.azw3
  60. Schaum';s Outline of Engineering Mechanics Statics (Schaum';s Outlines) 6th .pdf
  61. Looking Inside the Disordered Brain [Ahmad R. Hariri].pdf
  62. Anatomy & Physiology An Integrative Approach 3rd - Michael McKinley.pdf
  63. Jonathan D. Spence - The Search For Modern China (Third Edition)-W. W. Norton & Company (2012).pdf
  64. Public Relations Writing_ Strat - Doug Newsom.pdf
  65. Voice & Vision A Creative Approach to Narrative Filmmaking 3rd - Mick Hurbis-Cherrier .pdf
  66. Elementary Statistics 13E - Mario F. Triola.pdf
  67. Thinking Critically 12th Edition - John Chaffee.pdf
  68. Calculus 5.6.2013.pdf
  69. The Fundamentals of Ethics 3rd.pdf
  70. coll. - Governing California in the Twenty-First Century-W. W. Norton & Co. (2017).pdf
  71. Molecular Biology of the Cell 6 edition.pdf
  72. The Solitary Auditor - Michael Chris Knapp.pdf
  73. American Destiny. Narrative of a Nation, Combined Volume (4th Edition).pdf
  74. Auditing A Practical Approach with Data.pdf
  75. Envision in Depth_ Reading, Wri - Christine L. Alfano.pdf
  76. Criminological Theory - Past to Present 6th.pdf
  77. Digital Fundamentals 11th - Thomas L. Floyd.pdf
  78. Cost Management_ A Strategic Emphasis - David Stout & Edward Blocher & Paul Juras & Gary Cokins.pdf
  79. Barbara A. Nadel - Building Security_ Handbook for Architectural Planning and Design-McGraw-Hill Professional (2004).pdf
  80. General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry, 6th Edition.pdf
  81. Frank D. Petruzella - Programmable Logic Controllers (2016, McGraw-Hill Education).pdf
  82. Thomas L. Floyd - Digital Fundamentals-Prentice Hall (2014).pdf
  83. Financial Reporting and Analysis 7e by Lawrence Revsine.pdf
  84. An Introduction to the Theory o - Dina Prialnik.pdf
  85. An Introduction to the Theory o - Dina Prialnik.azw
  86. American Higher Education_ Issu - John R. Thelin.pdf
  87. American Higher Education_ Issu - John R. Thelin.azw
  88. Development Across the Life Span, 9th Edition_9780135172971.pdf
  89. Corporate Finance 11E - Ross - TB.rar
  90. Corporate Finance 11E - Ross - SM.zip
  91. Carey, Patrick - New perspectives on HTML5 and CSS3. Comprehensive-Cengage Learning (2017).pdf
  92. Terrorism Today The Past, The Players, The Future 6th - Jeremy R. Spindlove.pdf
  93. Theories of Terrorism An Introduction- Daniela Pisoiu.pdf
  94. Theories of Terrorism An Introduction- Daniela Pisoiu.azw3
  95. The History of Terrorism_ From - Gerard Chaliand.pdf
  96. The History of Terrorism_ From - Gerard Chaliand.azw
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  98. Problem Solving with C__ - Vitalsource Download.epub
  99. Structural Analysis, 10_e - Russell C. Hibbeler.pdf
  100. Structural Analysis, 10_e - Russell C. Hibbeler.epub
  101. Transportation Infrastructure Engineering A Multimodal Integration.pdf
  102. N. Gregory Mankiw - Principles of Economics, 7th Edition-Cengage Learning (2014).pdf
  103. Empowerment Series The Skills of Helping Individuals, Families, Groups, and Communities 8e.pdf
  104. Strengths Perspective in Social Work Practice, The (6tion) (Advancing Core Competencies) - Dennis Saleebey.pdf
  105. Research Methods for Social Work 9th Edition - Allen Rubin.pdf
  106. The Art of Public Speaking 13e by Stephen Lucas.pdf
  107. Structural Analysis (POD File), 10th Edition.epub
  108. Principles of Behavior.pdf
  109. Health Policy and Politics A Nurse's Guide 6th Edition.pdf
  110. Academic Writer 4th Edition- Lisa Ede.azw3
  111. Accounting Information Systems, 11th Edition - Ulric J. Gelinas.pdf
  112. Introduction to Environmental Engineering, 5th edition.pdf
  113. Academic Writer 4th Edition.pdf
  114. Introduction to Criminal Justice Practice and Process - Kenneth J. Peak.pdf
  115. Understanding Financial Stateme - Lyn M. Fraser.pdf
  116. Lester A. Hoel, Nicholas J. Garber, Adel W. Sadek - Transportation Infrastructure Engineering_ A Multimodal Integration, SI Version -CL-Engineering (2010).pdf
  117. Arthur A. Thompson Jr. - Crafting & Executing Strategy_ The Quest for Competitive Advantage_ Concepts and Cases-McGraw-Hill Higher Education (2017).pdf
  118. Six Ideas That Shaped Physics - All Units 3rd - Thomas Moore.pdf
  119. Living in the Environment, 18th ed.pdf
  120. Discovering Psychology The Science of Mind (MindTap Course List) 3rd Edition - John Cacioppo.pdf
  121. MGMT, 11th Edition.pdf
  122. Psychology_ An Exploration (3rd - Saundra Ciccarelli.pdf
  123. Business Statistics, 4th Edition [Norean R. Sharpe].pdf
  124. Civil Procedure A Coursebook (Aspen Casebook Series) 3rd - Joseph W. Glannon.azw3
  125. Civil Procedure A Coursebook (Aspen Casebook Series) 3rd - Joseph W. Glannon.pdf
  126. Evidence Under the Rules Text, Cases, and Problems 9th - Christopher B. Mueller.azw3
  127. Human Resource Management - Talya Bauer.azw3
  128. Payment Systems and Other Finan - Ronald J. Mann.azw3
  129. Nutrition Concepts and Controversies 15th Edition- Frances Sizer.pdf
  130. Payment Systems and Other Financial Transactions, Cases, Materials, and Pro.pdf
  131. Human Resource Management - Talya Bauer.pdf
  132. Evidence Under the Rules Text, Cases, and Problems 9th - Christopher B. Mueller.pdf
  133. Michael R. Baye_ Jeffrey T. Prince - Managerial Economics & Business Strategy-McGraw-Hill Education (2016).pdf
  134. F. Robert Jacobs, Richard B. Chase - Operations and Supply Chain Management-McGraw Hill (2018).pdf
  135. American Constitutional Law - Alpheus Thomas Mason.pdf
  136. Accounting Principles, 13th Edi - Jerry J. Weygandt.pdf
  137. N. Gregory Mankiw - Principles of Economics-South-Western College Pub (2017).pdf
  138. TheAmerican_Promise_Value_Edi-_James_L_Roark.pdf
  139. The American Promise, Value Edi - James L. Roark.azw3
  140. Chemistry in Context 8e - American Chemical Society.pdf
  141. Television Criticism 3rd Edition.pdf
  142. Supervision Today! (8th Edition) - Stephen P. Robbins & David A. DeCenzo & Robert M. Wolter.pdf
  143. Television Criticism 3rd Edition- Victoria J. O';Donnell.azw3
  144. Law and Ethics in the Business Environment (MindTap Course List) 9th Edition.pdf
  145. Introduction to Paralegal Studies A Critical Thinking Approach (Aspen Paralegal Series) 6th - Katherine A. Currier.pdf
  146. Valuation Mergers, Buyouts and Restructuring, 2nd - Enrique R. Arzac.pdf
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  149. History of Modern Art (7th Edit - H. H. Arnason.pdf
  150. Human Physiology 15e- Stuart Fox.pdf
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Jan 2020 AMA transcript.

Huge thanks to everyone who made it to our AMA on Tuesday night! Some really great questions and insights all around! We'll push to do something similar on a regular basis. For those who couldn't be there and want to catch up, here's a sightly edited for readability transcript of the Q's and A's!
Q; When will Dune be listing (on a bigger exchange)? A; Thanks for being here and this first question. We're acting to ensure Dune is listed in a larger exchange by the end of the first semester. It's not a decision we're taking lightly and won't rush, so we'll only move forward with the right partner. Rest assured it is part of the roadmap for the near future.
Q; Hi team, about being a Bitcoin sidechain, do you have any technical stuff to share with us? A; We are still very early in this topic, there are many issues with becoming a Bitcoin sidechain, some of them are technical, some of them are on the business side, as we will need to get more partners to create trust... ...at this point, our plans are to make Bitcoin, or "DBTC", a native coin on Dune, but Dune will still remain the main token for fees Every account and contract will have both Dune and DBTC balances, and contracts will be able to work with both tokens
Q; At present, do Dune have some customers to develop application/smart contract for their use case (web 3.0) ? There is dev team, they are focused on development, is this step done for pertinent use case on collaboration with customers (agile dev)? A; We were really focusing our last months developing to get Dune working like it is right now. Customer acquisition wasn't our focus. Now that we’re live in production and stable, we’re starting discussions and have some pro active and interesting leads. Phase 1 was about building and launching. Phase 2 starts now, in 2020, with usage, dApps and customers joining along the way.
Q;Have Dune enough investments actually in order to achieve 2020 main objectives? A; The Dune Foundation have been selling tokens in Jun 2019 and November 2019 in order to finance its development. Last private round to our strategic investors was priced at $0.05. We are still using these funds, and starting projects with customers to get more funds for the Origin Labs team.
Q; If I'm a company, why I will choose Dune to develop my web3.0 contract and not tezos? If both are existing? What is our advantage? A; It's a large topic :) We have been working at making Dune easier to use for such projects. We have developed tools such as Metal (the browser extension), that can already be used to ease Dapps. We are also adding features for private deployments (projects may want to have the possibility to switch between using the public blockchain or a private one), permissioning and confidentiality for example. Love will also be a big step, it adds many features that Michelson lacks: possibility to use code from other contracts (libraries), to call "viewers" on other contracts (easier than asynchronous calls between contracts), etc. but keeping the same advantages (strong static typing and formal semantics to decrease bugs) .... ...we have a really great team, technically we have one of the best, our business partner is really good and we are open to discussion with other blockchain and different projects. This is really exciting to talk with others and start partnership. and you guys know that we are here online (discord, medium, etc.) to help people.
Q; Is Dune team confident? Have you face any brake or any slow-down or all is going the way you wanted this project go and in time you planned it? A; Still 100% motivated and focused on building :) As said previously, we're preparing phase 2: companies onboarding, maturation of existing tools, DApps development, standardization, ... The team are friends since decades and enjoy working together everything :)
Q; Thanks for answers, I would like to know also when the upgrade is expected to be done?
A; We are doing the last tests of the upgrade, and we will announce it before the end of the week, to happen in the first days of February. The upgrade will contain the first release of Love.
Q; Are you collaborating with Polkadot project at the moment?
A; We appreciate a lot the Polkadot team, they have been at The Garage several times for meetups and other events, we also discussed with members of the Parity team. We have also discussed with the Tendermint team. Polkadot and Cosmos are high as our targets for interoperability.
Q ;Is it upgrade mandatory if we are only baker? Any limit date to upgrade as I will be off on the first 2 week of February with limited access to the Internet. A; Yes, it will be mandatory to upgrade the baker. The code will be published this week, so you will have 2 weeks before the upgrade to restart your baker. You will just need to launch both a baker for Athen and Babylon+
Q; When the governance is going to be create? And when its role will be necessary ?
A; The onchain governance is planned for September 2020.
Q; I understand that new code, 2 bakers will need to be started? During the transition period?
A; Yes, the baker for Athen will stop automatically when Babylon+ will be activated, and the Babylon+ baker will start baking blocks at that point. There is no problem running both for 2 weeks before the upgrade block.
Q; Thanks..Other subject, what about the burning of not claimed coins? Did the Team is able to communicate something about it? A; We are going to announce soon that undelegated tokens from the airdrop are going to be slowly burnt. It is already implemented in the next upgrade, and should start a few cycles after the upgrade.
Q; What, if any, fallout has there been from the "board member sell-off" scandal? That all happened well over a month ago. Things have been very quiet since then. What is the current state of all that happened? A; After our investigation, we decided to stop working with the board member, and all the tokens held by the dev/biz teams have been locked for 4 years (see https://medium.com/@dune_network/long-term-stability-on-dune-network-8d1c82c83b6d ).
Q; Hi guys, thanks for the AMA. Quick question. What are the tools Dune is working on/ is going to be working on to interact with other Defi projects? A; This is definitely an important topic for us. We are working on the infrastructure to facilitate the interaction, we are also working on token standard, stable coin, metal browser extension, etc. We are now ready to answer to the demands.
Q; What will happen to my tokens which are on the dune wallet?
A; If you have delegated your tokens, they will not be burnt. By the way, they are not on Dune Wallet, they are on the blockchain, and they can be accessed from any wallet.
Q; So, in order not to loose my tokens I need to delegate them? A; Dune is a proof-of-stake network, holders of tokens have to participate in the network for the good health of the network. Holders should either run their own baker, or delegate to an existing baker, to make the network stronger, so yes.
Q; If my dune coin are not baking or not delegate . But have recent withdraw, will it be burnt? What is the condition for a token to be burnt? A; We will give all the details in the post at the end of this week. Only accounts that have never done a transfer and are not delegated will be burnt, and the burn will be slow (about 10% every month).
Q; Dune Notarize dapp was discussed in Stakerdao telegram. Perhaps Dune project can collaborate with Stakerdao in the future? A; We were not aware about that, but we are open to collaboration like we said.
Q; As a C/C++/PHP/Go/Python/JS programmer, I find ocaml to be extremely difficult to comprehend. The syntax is so far removed from these "traditional languages". Are there plans to create any "higher level" languages that are more familiar to developers? I ran through the CryptoZombies tutorial on ETH and it was amazingly simple and easy to understand because Solidity is so close to JS. A; Yes, Liquidity already has ReasonML (a JS like syntax). This will compile down to both Michelson and and Love. There are also plans to add more native smart contract languages in Python and/or Solidity syntaxes ...
Q; Any chance in making a pegged BEP3? A; We will probably implement something around these lines for Bitcoin, every DBTC will be pegged on the Bitcoin blockchain
Q; So Dune aims to become a Bitcoin sidechain and to bring smart contracts to Bitcoin that way. What projects are competitors? Rootstock? A; RST and Liquid are similar projects, but they don't bring the reliability/viability of Dune yet, they have started before us, they are a good source of inspiration.
Q; With the plan to burn unclaimed/undelegated tokens, is there a plan to change the current bond ratio required from bakers? Also, should we assume the burn (10%/month) will impact the calculation of staking ratio A; 1) not currently, 2) this will impact the global staking ratio but will not make bakers over-delegated
Q; How coins will be burnt? There balance will progressively disappear without any transaction? A; Yes.
Q; When is the next fundraiser for your angel investors? can we know a little more about future partnerships?
A; There is no open fundraiser for the moment. Public partnerships are already known (The garage for instances), Ongoing ones will be announced in due time
Q; Dune has what I believe are truly some of the best devs in this space, hence my involvement. What is the business side roadmap? What will 2020 bring? What are the main focuses going ahead, and what foreseeable obstacles are there to overcome Next steps for The Garage? When will we begin to see incubation, on-boarding of projects, etc?
A; There are already projects being onboarded in The Garage, and we have already started working with some of them on Dune. 2020 will be an exciting year, 2019 was the year of birth, we hope 2020 will be the year for Dune to enter the grown-up age.
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Bitcoin Rhodium FAQ

Bitcoin Rhodium FAQ

What is Bitcoin Rhodium?

Bitcoin Rhodium is a decentralized store-of-value cryptocurrency with a strong appeal for investors looking for a long-term investment in crypto securities.

Is this a Bitcoin fork?

NO. Bitcoin Rhodium is not a Bitcoin fork and uses its own unique blockchain.

Is it an open-source project?

YES. It is programmed in C# language and source code can be found here on GitLab.

When was it launched?

Mainnet launched on October 20, 2018, but the project started on December 1, 2017

Why did you decide to create Bitcoin Rhodium?

Our passion is to develop a cryptocurrency that is primarily held by investors for the long-term. We want XRC to be a niche savings account accepted by many, because of both its scarcity, but also because of its community of investors who see the long-term potential in holding a very scarce coin. Please read the White Paper and take a look at our Road Map to know more where Bitcoin Rhodium is headed. You can also check our Progress page to see the actual development.

How does Bitcoin Rhodium differ from BTC?

The main differen