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A project log for Crypto Crowd Funding

A funding platform for software development projects, startups, and internet non profits - Powered by Monero

dev@xmrccf.netdev@xmrccf.net 11/28/2018 at 15:270 Comments

Because this is the first update in this projects logs, i'd like to provide a short list of what is presently implemented and working vs. planned features that are not.

Currently functional features :

     Basic website functionality - Featured projects are displayed on landing page.

     Web based Monero miner  - tested on Firefox and Chrome.

     Simple submission form     - Submitted projects are emailed to xmrccf administrator

     Websocket Proxy Server    - Workers are connecting properly through secure      websockets to the xmrccf.net server. The proxy connects all miners for a specific project to one specific address at the mining pool in use. 

     Encrypted Connections     - The website is setup for HTTPS, using a signed certificate. The connection from users to the proxy is also encrypted, using secure web sockets ( wss:// ) and TLS. When the mining pool in use supports encrypted connections, proxy to server is also encrypted. Attempts to connect webminers through an un-encrypted ( ws:// ) connection will not be allowed.


Not functional or yet implemented :

    GPU/ASIC mining (xmrig or similar) - Is currently configured only for donations to this project. I am testing several different methods for allowing this to be scaled to more ports for each project, while providing secure connections.

    Full Statistics API - I am currently working on providing important statistics for the individual projects being mined to. Examples : current hashrates per project, workers online per project, total amount donated in xmr, etc.

Future plans ( if interest and funding allows ) :

   Better project submission interface - Something along the lines of what similar websites use, to allow the creation of a project on the website. Allow the project coordinator to construct the project page, then submit for approval. Should support common media types : images, recorded video, etc. Provide a nice UI that users would generally expect.


Of course, if your interested in getting involved with the project get in touch via email to dev@xmrccf.net. Donations in XMR would be gladly accepted, or you can help out by mining for the Crypto Crowd Funding project via the link on our home page!

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