How to install Blur Network Command-Line Tools
on Debian

Blur Network Command-Line Tools snap

Blur Network Command-Line Tools

Blur Network (blurnetwork)

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 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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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.

Details for Blur Network Command-Line Tools

License
BSD-3-Clause
Last updated
30 September 2019

Enable snaps on Debian and install Blur Network Command-Line Tools

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On Debian 9 (Stretch), snap can be installed directly from the command line:

Install Blur Network Command-Line Tools

To install Blur Network Command-Line Tools, simply use the following command:

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