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How to enable RPC in your Gridcoin Wallet?

How to enable RPC in your Gridcoin Wallet?

Hi everyone, Today, I want to tell you how to enable Gridcoin’s RPC protocol to use apps like Gridcoin Remote on Android phones. This allows you to check stuff like your Gridcoin balance, magnitude, CPID, and more! Here’s how you can enable it. There are 2 options: Option 1: Gridcoin Remote Configuration Tool for Windows Download the Gridcoin Remote Configuration Tool for Windows available in Github. This tool will let you specify the IP Addresses allowed to connect, the Port…

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Improvements to my Finished BOINC Tasks section in my website and today’s [email protected] rank

Improvements to my Finished BOINC Tasks section in my website and today’s [email protected] rank

Hi everyone, Today afternoon, I worked on setting up a sorting option allowing you to sort my finished BOINC tasks by date and by host, or one of them in the Finished BOINC Tasks section of my website. The result looks like this: You can, for example, select the tasks that’s been processed today, for my AMD Ryzen machine, and you’ll get this: Note that I’m not an expert at HTML or CSS, but I’ve managed to bring this functionality…

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New Gridcoin BOINC Challenge: [email protected] – Installing VirtualBox and configuring the project

New Gridcoin BOINC Challenge: [email protected] – Installing VirtualBox and configuring the project

Hi everyone, Today, a new BOINC challenge for the project [email protected] started. This challenge was issued by Team Gridcoin: I went ahead and added my machines to this project, only to realize I need VirtualBox installed: So in order to crunch tasks for this project, I went to install VirtualBox as well as configure the project. Here I detail you the installation and optional configuration process, which is really simple: Installing VirtualBox 1. First, we go to the VirtualBox Website,…

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Introducing Gridcoin Remote for Android

Introducing Gridcoin Remote for Android

Hi everyone! Today, I’m going to talk to you about my newest app, Gridcoin Remote. Gridcoin Remote is an app that allows you to access your Gridcoin Wallet in your PC right from your Android Device. It is as simple as entering your PC IP Address, Port Number, Username and Password, and that’s it! Log in and see your wallet details. You can see your Balance and Address, along with other useful network information. Features: Connect to your Gridcoin Wallet…

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Gridcoin Faucets & Tools v1.2.1 released!

Gridcoin Faucets & Tools v1.2.1 released!

Hi everyone! As you may know, I love BOINC and Gridcoin, and that’s why I made this awesome Gridcoin app for Android and Windows 10. This post focuses in the Android app in which I released v1.2.1 the other days. In case you haven’t noticed this app, Gridcoin Faucets & Tools is an Android app designed to give you access to Gridcoin Faucets (currently there’s only one working faucet) as well as to provide several useful tools. The app features…

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How To Install and Configure BOINC in the PINE 64 Single Board Computer

How To Install and Configure BOINC in the PINE 64 Single Board Computer

Hi everyone! On May 6, 2016 I received in my mail the PINE 64 Single Board Computer I backed up a few months on Kickstarter. My Pledge was for the PINE 64 2GB edition. First thing I did was to download and write the Ubuntu Xenial Longsleep build image to my 16GB MicroSD card (The image is almost 8GB in size). Get the Pine64 builds here: http://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/Pine_A64_Software_Release Next think I did was to boot up the PINE 64, and the…

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How to Install and use BOINC in the Samsung Galaxy Gear

How to Install and use BOINC in the Samsung Galaxy Gear

Hi everyone, Yesterday I installed BOINC in my Samsung Galaxy Gear device, the original model which came with Android and later was replaced with Tizen. Installing BOINC may be a little tricky, because the Gear doesn’t have Wifi, so we have to do some steps to “trick” the gear into thinking it has internet. Fortunately, the steps are easy, and I’ll give the steps to you below: PLEASE NOTE I am not responsible if you brick your device following these…

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