Friday, April 13
We’ve instated links to a new bootstrap.dat that goes up to this morning’s block 1147620.
TradeSatoshi’s support team has addressed their node issues and is back in sync (login required) with the chain.
Wednesday, April 11
The bootstrap.dat and Windows wallet links have been updated.
Friday, March 23
Play for Crypto is confirmed to be on the 5.5 chain, thanks to user csseyah.
Sunday, March 18
Wednesday, March 14
As of today, TradeSatoshi is on the 5.5 chain and thus open for withdrawals / deposits.
Saturday, March 10
By popular demand, the 5.5 Mac wallet has been uploaded to Github and featured on the wallets page.
Tuesday, February 20
With more eyes on the codebase, we can confirm the 5.5 hard fork is okay to use going forward. Read the full analysis and details in the Bitcointalk thread.
As with the last fork, this will take some time to migrate cross-platform wallets and services to the new chain, so please bear with us as various resources on this site still pertain to the Flappy 4.1 chain.
As always, continue to ask questions on Discord, the ##flappycoin IRC channel or FlappyCoin Telegram
What Is FlappyCoin?
Flappycoin is peer-to-peer, decentralized cryptocurrency modeled after the extensively popular mobile phone game, “Flappy Bird.” Our currency has been resurrected by a group of dedicated developers, with full intent to restore Flappycoin to its former glory. Join the Flappycoin movement by becoming apart of our Community.
Your Second Chance To Board The Rocket!
We can be considered “A fresh cryptocurrency, with an experienced community”. This is your second chance to board the Flappycoin rocket! Mine some coins and become an elite member. Visit our wallet page, check out the pool mining page, follow our lively subreddit, and join us on Discord.
|Blocks||Reward (Flappy 5.5)|
|See Github for the rest!|
Why Flappy Bird?
This lovable creature first stole our hearts when it hit the global app stores. Millions flocked to the platform, intent upon tapping endlessly; avoiding various pipes and earning highly respected scores. Even years after the game had been pulled, Flappy Bird remained an important reminder of how a simple idea can foster an ever-growing global community.
What is Proof-of-Work?
Flappycoin sprung onto the crypto scene in 2014 as one of the popular proof-of-work (PoW) coins mined using the Scrypt algorithm. This allowed gamers to put their GPUs to good use and mine coins, securing our network with fast transactions at a block time of one minute. Check out our pool mining page and relive that experience. Flappycoin is tailored to use the Kimoto Gravity Well (KGW) difficulty-retargeting algorithm originally invented for Megacoin.
What about Proof-of-Stake?
We’re seeing tremendous interest from the community in proof-of-stake (PoS). For the future we’re considering PoS that rewards Flappycoin owners for actively participating in securing our blockchain network. Your wallet would have to remain open allowing it to communicate with others’, continuously confirming authenticity of all transactions on the network. Read more about the technicalities here. Initial directions has have suggested instituting a swap to an entirely new PoS-based Flappycoin, although other options are on the table too. Either way, now is the time to get your wallets full of the PoW Flappycoin and involve yourself with the community!
|Fast||Global Payment||Secure and Private||Decentralized|
|Payments Are Sent and Received Instantly||Transfer Money Around The World||Requires No Personal Information||Not Government Issued|