Crypto

Wallet

What are payment IDs and how do I use them?

A Payment ID is a label that you can attach to a transaction before sending it, so that the recipient can cross-reference it with its own incoming transaction history and attribute a specific amount of TUBE coins received to your unique transaction. The recipient of...

How do I send a transaction?

  You can send a transaction if your balance is greater than 0, from the online wallet tied to your BitTube account, or using the offline GUI wallet. With the online wallet  you can send transactions at any moment; on the other hand if you choose to use the offline...

How do I restore my wallet with GUI?

  If you lost access to your wallet, or if you want to spend funds from you paper wallet, all you have to do is restoring it with GUI. To restore your wallet, go to the Wallet download page and click on the link corresponding to your operating system (Windows, Mac or...

How do I set up an offline GUI wallet?

  With the GUI wallet, you can receive and send payments. If you have an account on BitTube (and if not, you should create one), you already have an online wallet: you can log in and click My Wallet to access it. Download and install the Offline GUI Wallet If you do...

Mining

How to start mining within the BitTube Platform

  Step 1. After you login navigate to profile menu “Start mining” https://bit.tube/startmining Step 2. Download the mining software. (Current version only for windows)   Step 3. Extract the downloaded file and open file “bittube-miner.exe” Type...

List of mining pools

  A mining pool is a group of miners pooling together their computing power to solve blocks and gain block rewards, when their computer mining is not strong enough to allow them “solo mining” efficiently. If a pool finds the solution for a block, the block reward is...

How to mine BitTube

  This page will provide you with all the information you need in order to start mining and earn your BitTubes. Mining as a publisher of videos on BitTube This is the default method of mining BitTube, and it is also one of the core functions of the project as well....

What is mining?

In the context of so-called Proof-of-Work cryptocurrency coins (such as BitTube), mining is the process by which new blocks are generated. Mining serves two very important purposes: securing the blockchain and minting new coins. Securing the blockchain At its core,...

Market

What is the current and total coin supply of BitTube?

  You can check the current supply in real time at the BitTube Explorer: open the explorer and look at the Supply number within the Stats panel. The maximum or total supply will be 1000000000 TUBE coins (1 Billion). The last coin will be mined around the year 2050....

What is the current BitTube market cap?

Market cap (short for total market capitalization) is a function of the current price of a coin, multiplied by its total circulating supply. Here is the BitTube Market Cap, expressed in US Dollars, in real time:...

How is the company funded? Was there an ICO or premine?

  Let’s start with two important facts about how the company was not funded: There was no ICO (Initial Coin Offering) for BitTube. Neither was BitTube premined: we started co-mining on the main chain, along with other miners, only after the announcement. We wanted to...

Blockchain

How are rewards configured? Is there halving?

Block reward depends on how many TUBE coins have been mined already: the gradual increase in circulating supply will gradually reduce the block reward. Emission decrease is smooth: there is no halving for TUBE. Block reward will be reduced also when block size is...

Where can I explore the BitTube blockchain?

The BitTube Blockchain is public. You can explore it any time at https://explorer.ipbc.io/. With the public BitTube explorer, you can check: Current blockchain height Total number of transaction Latest block reward Total circulating supply Current emission Mining...

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