LOTTO COIN [ LOT ]- The coin thats a game!




LottoCoin, is the most exciting coin to mine, because its a coin thats a game!

When you mine lottocoin, you are playing lotto at the same time!

27 Lotto blocks are spread out randomly throughout the day, Get the lucky lotto blocks to win MEGA!!
Lotto prizes range from 131072 to 1048576

Even if you dont win a Lotto prize, you get a consolation prize between 256 and 65536 coins for every other block.

You will easily know if you won LOTTO, because Lottocoin has special icons in your wallets transaction list to identify them!

Lottocoin is a scrypt PoW coin (A litecoin hybrid)

 - 30 seconds block time, Which means Fast confirming transactions
 - Difficulty retargets every block, so diff chasers cant stripmine
 - Initially random 256 - 65536 (256*256) coins per block
 - Hourly, semi-daily and daily superblocks:
  - Hourly lotto 131072 coins per block
  - Semi-daily lotto 262144 coins per block
  - Daily lotto 1048576 coins per block
 - 4 confirmations for transaction. This zap-fast 2 minutes confirmation time
 - 60 confirmations for minted blocks
 - Total coins will be around 18,406,979,840 coins
 - Premine 2%, for dev, support, bounty, and giveaway etc
 - Transaction messaging
 - The payout will be halved every 3 months. The minimum payout per block will be 1 coin.

The default ports are
  - Connect: 16383
  - RPC: 16384

FREE PHP Script to enable you to accept LOTTOCOIN payments on your site



Pool #1  2% fee

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stratum+tcp:// port 5595

Pool #3  0% fee until Jan 1st
nut2pools, with multiple  servers (EU, US, Japan), Vardiff, SSL, helpdesk, DDoS protection, etc

Pool #4  1% fee

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Pool #6 0% fee, UK servers (3)


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Donations to LottoCoin development:  LnNrQKtY1vSRwZ6CtidYi3Vq9edT1r3rGs

Example lottocoin.conf

rpcuser=username   (change these)

Quarkcoin Mining on VPS

Before You Begin

1.Download PuTTY (putty.exe) so you can connect to your VPS when the time comes.
2.Sign up for a DigitalOcean or Linode account.
 +During the creation process, be sure to create a node running Ubuntu 13.04 x64 (not x86)
 +Pick whichever hardware configuration you like (number of CPUs, RAM, etc)
3.If you signed up for DigitalOcean, check your email for your root password.  If you signed up for Linode, your password will be what you specified.
4.Run PuTTY and paste the node's IP address into the "Host Name" slot, then hit "Open" at the bottom.
5.PuTTY will ask you to confirm the SSH key, press Yes (it will only ask once)

6.Type or paste your password into PuTTY and press enter.  To paste, simply right click.
Note: You will not see the password characters!  This is normal.

Getting Down to Business

1.If you chose DigitalOcean, it's time to change the root password!  Type passwd, press enter, then enter a new password.  Just like before, the password characters will not show up.

2.Copy this automated setup script to notepad. (highlighted version)
3.At the top of the script, there are fields starting with "QUARKCOIN_".  Fill these out with your desired info.  Be sure to keep the quotes!
QUARKCOIN_USERNAME is your quarkcoind username.  It's required for quarkcoind to work properly!
4.Copy the entire modified script from notepad and paste it into your PuTTY window (right click), then hit enter.
5.The setup is now running.  It will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.
6.Once the script completes, you will see a brief help message and list of commands.

Congratulations!  You're now mining for quarkcoins!

It may take a few minutes before you actually begin mining.  This is normal.  Quarkcoin needs to download the blockchain before it can begin doing work.  After it's caught up, you should be able to run ./peek and see that it's generating quarks.

If you'd like to maximize your mining potential, please see my mini-guide on How to Clone DigitalOcean Droplets.

What Now?
1.If you haven't already, download the latest version of the Quarkcoin client.
You can download it from
To "merge" your quarkcoin accounts into one, you'll need to gather the private keys from your VPS nodes
1.Log into your droplet like you did at the beginning of the setup.  This time your password will be what you set it to.
2.Run ./peek to verify that quarkcoind is running.  If it isn't, run ./start-quarkcoind and wait a few moments.
3.Run ./myinfo to dump your addresses and private keys values.

4.Copy the private key value (the random text after "PrivKey:") by highlighting it with your cursor.
5.On your main computer, open Quarkcoin and import the private key.
From the main Quarkcoin screen, click Help -> Debug Window
In the new popup, select Console
Type importprivkey YOUR_PRIVKEY SOME_LABEL and wait a few seconds.  YOUR_PRIVKEY is what you copied from PuTTY and SOME_LABEL is what you want the address to appear as in your address book.

Repeat this for as many private keys you wish to import.  Once finished, close and re-run the Quarkcoin client.  You should see the new addresses under "Receive".
6.Note: if an instance of quarkcoind mines a block, it may not be under the address you exported.  Wait for the block to be confirmed, then dump your addresses again.  Alternately, modify the notify-wallet script to FTP a backup of your wallet.dat file.
Occasionally you may wish to update your quarkcoin miner when new versions or patches are released.  To do this...
1.Log into your DigitalOcean droplet
2.Run ./stop-quarkcoind to stop the quarkcoind process
3.Run ./build-quarkcoin to update and rebuild quarkcoind
4.Run ./start-quarkcoind to start your quarkcoind process again
5.Wait a few minutes and run ./peek to make sure it's running correctly
If you'd like to remotely backup your wallet.dat file whenever you mint a new block, check this short guide.

27 August, 2013
Cron reboot script now works properly.  (Damn you cron and your newlines!)
~/peek no longer shows orphaned blocks.  Balance will only include transactions with one or more confirmations.
~/myinfo now shows all addresses, not just those in the last ~100 transactions.  The pattern matching has been made more generic, so it works with just about any coin on main/testnet.  It also only does a lookup on addresses that generated a block or received currency.
Now includes a ~/restart-quarkcoind script

The images in this guide are from my other primecoin guide and are slightly dated.  The images serve to illustrate, but shouldn't be taken as definitive.

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[QRK] QuarkCoin Mining


* Super secure hashing: 9 rounds of hashing from 6 hashing functions (blake, bmw, groestl, jh, keccak, skein). 3 rounds apply a random hashing function.
* CPU mining
* Quick block generation: 30 seconds
* 2048 QRK per block (halving every 60480 blocks ~ 3 weeks)
* Block reward will never drop below 1 QRK
* Total of 247 million QRK will be mined in ~ 6 months, after that ~ 1 million QRK p.a. (~ 0.5% p.a inflation)
* Difficulty retargets every 20 blocks (maximum 10% up or 50% down)


Source code:

Windows Qt wallet:
    File hashes:
        md5 ed0dbc49bdc1e0d7cef3acd043d90f20
        sha1 042dd72da0c3d93f5f1ab71a781d63cedf50a4d7
        sha256 9d2970965789c2e144f0faedc2b0b25ed6012804274d56c14b778a2056d33d12

Linux Qt wallet (x64)
    File hashes:
        md5 6260d0fb4aacaf8dac5dc3718a03b108
        sha1 dd0270e89d3c15a2bb9832d1441857fb1c528a3d
        sha256 908683382c6de75ad2da26b701a41c7ebb87f2de00982647ecfecdc3e254b7f2

Max OSX wallet (Built by maxpower)

21 Nov 2013 - Github source code updated with checkpoint.
04 Aug 2013 - Github source code updated with checkpoint.

 Standalone miners 

Neisklar's Quark version of CPU Miner (source code):
I finally got rid from the last pieces of GPL'ed code in my own miner and can now release it to the public. This miner is not free, a royalty of 1/8 (12.5%) is deducted from every mined block. (Coinbase transaction have 2 outputs, so I get my fee at exactly the same moment you'll get your coins).

Download :!QMMEFBYY!AgH4OGrKaRHkRjiVfVXXzxBHbTIlgdD5o3ak2VFuU78

Edit quarkcoin.conf (or Offering.conf, or securecoin.conf) file of your wallet to enable solo-mining, put your own username and password there:

Edit sm.cmd from downloaded archive, put your own username, password and wallet address there:

smelter -o -u username -p password -a QNiGvoYctyMwzV1ZjNbjhEoKdQVzFKsmVw

This is pre-alpha software, expect all kinds of bugs to be found, don't hesitate to report it here!
NVidia and old/rare AMD cards are not supported. Please, give me some time to iron out bugs
Original release of Neisklar's Quark CPU Miner (source code) -
Stonefoz's miner (source code)

 Web sites 


 Mining instructions

* Launch your wallet with -gen=1, or add "gen=1" to your quarkcoin.conf file, or type "setgenerate true -1" from the debug console
* See here for a VPS mining guide:
* Various optimised standalone miners available

 Example quarkcoin.conf file



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