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Blur Network Command-Line Tools

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Blur Network: The Private Cryptocurrency

BLUR is a private cryptocurrency that allows users to transact in a way that is secure and verifiable to only the parties they choose. Transaction amounts and participants are obfuscated to protect your privacy.

BLUR features the new Cryptonight-Dynamic v2 algorithm for mining, which adjusts once every second and depends directly upon the previous block's hash. These changes should help to make the algorithm more GPU/ASIC-resistant, as well as to discourage miners from manipulating timestamps in solved blocks.

The Blur Network consists of individuals mining independently on CPUs, without the need for specialized hardware. Take a first-hand role in protecting your privacy, and join the fight for financial freedom.

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If you are running version 0.1.9.1 or v0.1.9.5 of Blur, it is strongly recommended that you update your software to v0.1.9.6. This upgrade brings with it many security and privacy improvements and fixes.

For a list of relevant changes, please see the changelog located here:https://github.com/blur-network/blur/releases.

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This package contains CLI tools consisting of a daemon (for network communication) and terminal-based wallet. Users can mine, send, and receive BLUR using these tools, among many other things.

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Details for Blur Network Command-Line Tools

License
BSD-3-Clause
Last updated
5 June 2019

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