With the upcomming PoW2/SegSig update of the Gulden network it will be possible to create a deposit account and to receive interest on that account. All you have to do is run a witness account 24/7. Since this means that you need to have a computer running all the time, members of the Gulden Community came up with a less power consuming alternative: a Raspberry Pi mini computer. It will be pre-installed and ready to go
Lock your Gulden in a witness account and witness transactions. In return you will receive 20% of the block reward you witnessed. The more Gulden you will lock, but more important, the longer you lock it, the more chance you will be selected as a witness. Minimum requirement to witness is 10.000 NLG when you lock the shortest period of 1 month, or 5000 NLG when you lock for longer periods up to 3 years. For a rough estimation about possible earnings see projectify.me/witness
G-DASH is a lightweight, responsive, web-based user interface for Gulden. Using G-DASH you can control your witnessing device from your browser. If you want to lock your Gulden and get paid in return, then using a Raspberry Pi in combination with G-DASH is a really great solution. The Raspberry Pi is a very stable system and a really fun way to lock your Gulden. Your very own Gulden witnessing device!
G-DASH can be easily updated at all times by pressing the update button in your server and even the Gulden software on your Pi will update by itself by simply restarting the Pi. During beta testing, the G-DASH software has improved in both functionality and user friendliness. Thanks to the developer of G-DASH, Bastijn Koopmans, new improvements will be incorporated quickly.
With G-dash you will run a node, a wallet and a witness account. It will help you to earn Gulden with Gulden. With an easy interface you will control everything, all from inside your own internet browser.
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source: Gulden.com A quick thanks to all community members who are patiently waiting for the 2.0 release, we know the wait is difficult but it will be worth it. Gulden 2.0 Testing on Gulden 2.0 continues, with both SegSig and PoW² looking pretty stable and solid. January revealed some performance i
We are happy to share that the public testing of the biggest Gulden update so fas, has started! The Gulden dev team have selected 17 people to help testing. Among these people is also Bastijn Koopmans, the developer of G-dash. If all testing go's well then the release of Pow2 will follow soon. And w
Message from Rijk Plasman: We have been using the Slack platform for some time now and it is the perfect way to communicate directly with the community and provide support. In addition, there are many community projects and collaborations. Anyone could sign up for Slack, this had many advantages, bu
The decentralised economy and how Gulden, Nocks and Bunq became the magical threesome Skip to step by step tutorial IntroductionThe decentralisation in our way of paying and moving around inside the economic sphere might not be an obvious one yet for most people, but it’s at the utmost importa