SpeedCash BURST

SpeedCash BURST BURST (Blockchain Usage Regulated & Sustainable Tweaking) is an incredible feature of SpeedCash and has been around since its introduction with version 1.2.3. It allows for transactions to be carried out using the real blockchain in a much…

Wallet CLI tool

Wallet CLI tool Each wallet node source release contains the Command Line Interface (CLI) tool. This tool allows for communication with the headless wallet node daemon. It has full node functionality support, allowing you to make coin transfers, to have…

Connections management

Connections management Starting with version 1.2.4, the SpeedCash Desktop Wallets and the SpeedCash Wallet Node have connection management support. This functionality allows it to display a connection over network nodes and manage the connection list by adding/deleting nodes and setting…

SpeedCash Vault

SpeedCash Vault SpeedCash Vault is a database stored on the SpeedCash blockchain. What this creates is data that is forever invariable. Being more specific, the SpeedCash Vault allows SpeedCash holders to publish file validation fingerprints (hashes of files) over the…

Trusted Signatures

Trusted Signatures All published SCS Messages/Vault data is authored by some source SpeedCash addresses. These addresses are anonymous, and this makes the reasonable trade-off between the ability to store information and being untraceable. However, for some public statements it is…

JDS API

JDS API The JDS server can provide the data from the SCS blockchain using HTTP requests. The API is separated in to three major groups: Messaging data, Vault data and Trusted Signatures data. Messaging data To retrieve messaging data, you…

Running JDS node

Running JDS node Just like the block explorer, a JDS node can easily be launched on your own hardware. You just have to add the following lines to the Scash.conf file (JDS is switched off by default for saving your processing power/network bandwidth):…

JDS philosophy

JDS philosophy Starting from the core version 1.2.4 SpeedCash has the JDS (Json Data Source) server included in each node release. JDS is designed for the communication between foreign services or third-party applications with data stored on the SpeedCash blockchain…

Exchanges

 Exchange list Currently, SpeedCash is traded on the following exchanges (the ticker is SCS):    Tradesatoshi.com Status: all is well. Deposits and withdrawals are working properly. Deposits are slow, however, withdrawals are pretty fast.     Cryptohub.online Status: all is well.…