On this rainy Tuesday, a little bit of sunshine has (finally) come from the FlutterCoin side. Even though I’ve been wanting to write an article for a while now, there just wasn’t any update. But there is now, so let’s dig in!
The FlutterCoin Development Team is still seeking active and productive members. If you feel like you’re up for the challenge, why not give it a try? Multiple projects will be finalized soon, so we’ll definitely keep an eye out for that.
The FlutterCoin Multipool will come out of beta today. Updates include working statistics and a few “other nifty features”. There will be giveaways as well, including coins and merchandise. On top of that, the X11 Multipool will be released as well. (I assume this means X11 mining will now be possible).
But that’s not all. The FlutterCoin Multipool will also add a new and innovative mining algorithm to its options soon. A special announcement regarding this algorithm will be made over the coming weekend, and we will keep you updated on that front too.
As of this Thursday, May 29th, the FlutterCoin Web Wallet will be available to the public. This will be the FIRST EVER Web Wallet supporting both Proof-of-Stake and Proof-of-Transaction, which is an amazing feat in its own right if you ask me!
But that’s not all the functionality this FlutterCoin Web Wallet has to offer. Users will also be able to have searchable fields (groups, labels, TX ID & time), as well as keep a contact/address book inside the Web Wallet itself.
I would also like to remind everyone that FlutterCoin is currently tied for third place on the CoinPayments Poll Vote. This poll will close at the end of the week, so make sure to cast your vote for FLT!
A new FlutterCoin update can be expected at the end of this week, with information regarding two new major innovations developed by the FLT Development Team. I’m curious to find out what this will be about.
FlutterCoin donations are welcome to : F62s6kafFA6bv7mNu6Rbo5vLCWyBT2uMTk