Peercoin History Book 2012-2019


#44

UPDATE: I have completed chapters 1-13, either typed or hand written, which cover the period 12th August 2012 to 21st December 2017. I anticipate three further (maybe four) chapters.

I will upload an updated book PDF during next week.


#45

:+1:


#46

Who has screenshots of the Peercoin forum graphical user interface before and after it was revamped on 9th January 2017? It would be great if they exist.


#47

#48

I can take a look for you.


#49

Oh I’ve read it as graphical interface of the wallet, pre redesign.


#50

https://web.archive.org/web/20131023161452/http://www.peercointalk.org/

https://web.archive.org/web/20150516075147/https://www.peercointalk.org/


#52

Getting better and better.


#53

reserved


#54

@Tyke I’ve searched everywhere (both on web archives and old forum threads) and I was not able to find complete screenshots. So what I have done is take pieces from numerous sources in order to put them together in Photoshop and create one hi-res image. I hope this will work. It took me quite some time to finish it…

It even includes our old chatbox.


#55

Hey @Tyke I just wanted to make sure you saw my reply above about the image.


#56

Hello. Yes, I’ve seen it :slight_smile: I have been waiting for the Peercoin hard fork date before I finish the book.


#57

Is there a RFC-0009 for Peercoin? I’m assuming it was created, then deleted.


#58

but it was not properly submitted


#60

I have set a target to complete the book by the end of March 2019. If you haven’t already, please support me by donating PPC to the following multi-signature wallet address:

pTifZS4ufNzGo5g4AMVMVtyzVhpSwtSQjT

The last week of writing/review is always demanding.


#61

Nice. Looking forward to reading it. Will be basing our wikipedia article update off this most likely


#63

Hi, Tyke
Can you PM me a editable word version, as an attachment?


#64

I use MS Publisher to format the pages. Would you like the .pub files?


#65

I’m not sure what .pub is, but send it and I’ll see if I can open it …


#66

Unfortunately, the Microsoft publisher files are too large to send on this forum :frowning: