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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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  1. Important!

    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:
    https://quarktalk.cc/resources/categories/downloads.2/

Testing the 0.9.2 core wallet

Discussion in 'Technical Support' started by Mako, Aug 4, 2014.

  1. Mako

    Mako Quark Supporter Staff Member QuarkTalk Custodian

    I have found some errors being thrown on my 64bit Windows, something among the lines minGw has failed "hash == pblock->GetHash()'"

    Also there are other reports on linux 64 bit as well, see here: http://www.reddit.com/r/QuarkCoin/c...ax_gtesting_the_092_wallet_conversion/cjagkrs


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    For those who want to test and report issues find here the test builds:

    32 bit - https://www.dropbox.com/s/tmuonqp5ejh9o9v/quark092r1_w32_test1.zip
    64 bit -https://www.dropbox.com/s/q894lebpkb5z9iu/quark092r1_w64_test1.zip

    NOTE: This is a test release, so be sure to backup your quark data directory and wallet before running this version.
  2. MaxGuevara

    MaxGuevara Quark Founder Staff Member QuarkTalk moderator Quark Developer

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  3. Mako

    Mako Quark Supporter Staff Member QuarkTalk Custodian

    Thanks Max, after downloading the file I received some alerts from Chrome that it was a malicious download, I believe some browsers and low-standard anti-viruses software try to detect the similarities with Bitcoin code and they report it as a virus, some users also posted this on Reddit. Is there a way to get pass this so that new users aren't scared off when downloading it ?
  4. Mako

    Mako Quark Supporter Staff Member QuarkTalk Custodian

    after running make check I got the lots of errors, please see attached. I installed it on Centos 6 x64 machine.

    ./quarkd
    quarkd: key.cpp:134: <unnamed>::CECKey::CECKey(): Assertion `pkey != __null' failed.
    Aborted

    Attached Files:

    Last edited: Aug 7, 2014
  5. MaxGuevara

    MaxGuevara Quark Founder Staff Member QuarkTalk moderator Quark Developer

    About the Chrome malware notification: Usually once the file is downloaded a few times Google stops warning. It also helps if the files are hosted on a trusted domain.

    The 0.9.2 binaries doesn't seem to get any false positives with virus scanning software, but the 0.8 branch does. Probably due to the generic bitcoin mining code in there.
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  6. MaxGuevara

    MaxGuevara Quark Founder Staff Member QuarkTalk moderator Quark Developer

    The unit tests in 0.9.2 haven't yet been updated from Bitcoin to Quark, e.g. address types, so many of the tests will still fail.

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