One of the latest released coins, which caught my attention because i saw it being added to IPOMiner’s Scrypt multiport, is Quatloo. Considering this is a Scrypt coin, we might as well take a look, as they are becoming more and more rare these days!
Quatloo is a fork of Litecoin, based on source 8.7.1. The name Quatloo might ring a bell with Sci-fi fans, as the digital currency is named after The Providers of Triskelion. If you’re still confused, it’s a reference to Star Trek : The Next Generation. For more information, click here.
The development team wants to stress they are very serious about making Quatloo a success, as this is not another half-hearted Sci-fi currency. We will see DNS seed nodes , as well as hard-coded nodes to support the network at all times.
Quatloo comes with a pre-mine, which is less than 1%. If you want to know the exact percentage, it’s 0,8505%, which will be used for supporting the coin, handing out bounties, et cetera et cetera.
Quatloo’s technical specifications can be found below :
Algorithm : Scrypt
Coins per block :17.01
Max coins :100000000
Block time : 2.25 minutes
Difficulty retarget : DarkGravityWave v3
New mint maturity : 90 confirms
Block reward halving : every 934,400 blocks ( once every ~4 years)
Quatloo was added to the BitTrex exchange earlier today,
As of this writing, no service for Quatloo have been announced, but we will keep an eye out for any changes.
You can find out more about Quatloo by using the following sources :
Quatloo on BitcoinTalk : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=655793.0
Quatloo on Twitter : https://twitter.com/quatloocoin
Quatloo on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/quatloos
Quatloo donations are welcome to : QVHgyshzGQi9VnrDjzAfQwyvbU5qrfE8ZG