Orbitcoin (ORB) goal is to be used on both darknets like I2P, TOR and others, also the normal internet/clearnet + in outer Earth orbit. At the current moment it works with SOCKS over I2P/TOR. Native support to I2P should be in place soon. It’s an advanced scrypt based POS/POW coin, And has some nice features from other coins too. Our promise to the Bitcoin community is simple any services the Orbitcoin foundation makes will take both BTC and ORB payments. This is by far this first crypto coin to truly help science, the foundations mission goal is to help fund open source science, and bring some of that power back to the people!


Block Explorer / Crawler


  • Scrypt Algorithm
  • 30 second block time
  • Advanced scrypt algorithm pow/pos
  • 4 blocks transaction confirmation
  • 200 minted block maturity
  • Accelerated diff re-targeting
  • Difficulty Re-targets every block
  • Mining halves every year
  • Total 31,000,000 coins
  • 0.25 coins per block
  • Secure from 51% attacks
  • Rare less than 700 mined daily
  • I2P/TOR ready
  • First implementation of 0% proof of stake
  • Auto detects new nodes
  • Transaction messaging

Online Staking Wallet

Source Code
at GitHub


  • RPC Port: 15299
  • P2P Port: 15298




This coin is designed for online gaming industry, which means every game money related, like casino games (Poker, Roulette, Dices, …) but also games with goodies to buy (on ipad for example). It can be very large, and the coin has big potential, but it will be a community work, and first, the money has to become popular and exchanged. So let’s mine it! OGC is not just another coin without ambition. We are devs who care about this coin, and will do our max to make it a good experience for everyone.


Block Explorer / Crawler
Not Available.


  • Scrypt Algo
  • 150 million total coins
  • Reward: 500 OGC for first 1440 blocks, then 100 OGC
  • 1 minute block times
  • Re-target every 60 blocks (each hour)
  • Starting difficulty 0.00024414
  • Reward halving interval 150,000 blocks


Source Code
at GitHub


  • RPC Port: 52686


None available at the moment.


Butterbot is one of the few available automated trading bots for Bitcoin (BTC) trading based on EMA (Exponential Moving Average) logic that professional currency traders use. It is in the form of a Google Chrome browser extension and the trading is done in the cloud, so you will need to have the Chrome browser installed in order to be able to use this automated trading bot.

The Butterbot is a commercial product that works in the cloud, so as soon as you purchase the product you will also need to pay a small monthly subscription fee. This however is a good option, because you don’t have to have a computer on all the time with the bot installed on it, it will work automatically as soon as you activate it and set the trading parameters and you only need a computer to be able to monitor what the actually bot is doing or to change the trading settings.

The best thing about the automated exchange trading of BTC/USD that Butterbot does is that it supports three of the major BTC exchanges – MtGox, BTC-e and Bitstamp and the bot can operate on all three exchanges with independent settings or only on one or two of them, it is up to you. Furthermore there is a7 day free trial that you can activate in order to test the automated trading bot, before you decide if you should pay for it and start using it on the long run. And while these 7 days to try it out are a great feature, this bot may not give very good idea if it will be profitable on the long run as it is designed to be used for longer periods of time and the results you get may not only vary based on your trading settings, but also on the current market situation and the trading on the exchanges.

For the moment the Butterbot supports only BTC trading, but the author of the trading bot is apparently also working on Litecoin (LTC) support in an upcoming update with the feature already available in beta. This is definitely a good thing, because it can increase your profitability chances by operating on more trading pairs than just the standard BTC/USD ones that are currently supported.


We’ve decided to give the Butterbot a try for the 7 day test period before deciding if we should start using it on the long run and we are going to share our results from the product during or trial period. We have started with a small sum of about 25 USD in the BTC-e exchange, it is good to start the test with a small amount on a single exchange to get a feel of the interface of the product and to minimize the potential loss if you mess up or you are not happy with the results you get from the bot at the end of the trial period.

What we’ve liked a lot about the Butterbot is the powerful and very easy to use backtesting engine that lets you try and experiment with different trading strategies until you find your optimal settings. And the testing is being done against actual trading data that has been collected from the Bitcoin exchanges, so it is not some inaccurate mathematical simulation, but testing against real trading data. We even received a recommended startup settings to try on the different exchanges by the authors of the bot, you can find these settings below…

The recommend starter settings for Mt. Gox:

– Short EMA: 10
– Long EMA: 21
– Buy 1: 0
– Buy 2: 0.25
– Sell 1: 0
– Sell 2: 0.25
– 2 hour time window

The recommend starter settings for Bitstamp and BTC-e:

– Short EMA: 20
– Long EMA: 42
– Buy 1: 0
– Buy 2: 0.15
– Sell 1: 0
– Sell 2: 0.1
– 30 minute time window.

We started with the recommended settings for BTC-e and already a day has passed with the bot active on the BTC-E exchange with a starting capital of 25 USD to operate with. So far the bot has executed just a single trade – it bought 0.03 BTC, so at the moment our balance is as follows: Balance = 0.030 BTC + 1.48 USD. We also noticed that the bot has not acted on some possible opportunities, so while the recommended settings may be well balanced for start they will need some tweaking for better profitability. For now however in just day it is hard to give any positive or negative feedback about the bot, so stay tuned for more of our testing results with the Butterbot automated Bitcoin trading bot in the next few days as we continue to test how will it perform.

If you want to learn more about the Butterbot and to give it a free try run…