If you want to help Quark network but you don't necessarily want to mine it, you could simply leave your core wallet open so that other quarkers may use your bandwidth to download the blockchain.
There's a catch which many fail to notice, which is that you need to set up your router to accept incoming connections(port forwarding) on Quark network...
Welcome to Quark Community
Quark is an open source software used mainly as a digital currency that employs multiple cryptographic algorithms, which unlike fiat/national currencies provides the platform for a decentralised monetary system.
Quark was launched in 2013 with the belief that the control of money should not be in the hands of the few, but in the hands of the many. This forum tries to build on that ideology by distributing Quarks in the hands of those that are active in the community. By posting quality articles and contributing to general discussions you will earn Quarks.
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Quark protocol has been changed to a POW/POS hybrid. The hard fork will take effect starting with block 4937000 ~ 25 November 2017. By that time make sure you run at least version 0.10.6.1
To download the wallet for the latest version go here:
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