[ASC] AsicCoin – The sha-256 coin for ASIC mining

AsicCoin LogoLaunched on 11-Sep-2013, AsicCoin is a SHA-256 crypto-currency based on Bitcoin version 0.8, with super random blocks. It is a coin for designed for ASIC mining hardware.

Official website with wallet downloads: http://asiccoin.biz

Fair launch with no premine. This is an ideal coin for first generation ASIC hardware which can no longer manage mining Bitcoin due to high difficulty. AsicCoin is a fast sha-256 altcoin (30 second blocks) with fast difficulty retargets (approx. 30 minutes).

AsicCoin specifications:

  • Each normal block has 1024 coins
  • 30 seconds block time
  • Difficulty retargets every 60 blocks (approximately 30 mins).
  • Mining payout will be halved every 3 months (259,200 blocks)
  • Expected total mined coins will be 675,925,530 coins
  • 4 confirmations for transaction (2 mins)
  • 70 confirmations for minted blocks
  • The minimum payout will be maintained at 1 coin/block.

AsicCoin also features special random blocks:

  • 1/10 chance (about every 5 mins) for one 2048-coin block (2^11 coins)
  • 1/100 chance (about every hour) for one 8096-coin block (2^13 coins)
  • 1/10000 chance (about every 3.5 days) for one 65536-coin block (2^16 coins)

AsicCoin mining pools:

A sample configuration file for AsicCoin:


AsicCoin Block Explorer: http://bit.usr.sh:2750/chain/ASICcoin


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