We are a group of community members who all have different talents who wanted to contribute to ArQmA and help further both development and community.

Who we are

ARQLabs was started to help take the load off the main devs of ArQmA.

ARQLabs Purpose

Stronger Through Community

More interest = More investments = More Hashrate

Interest in ArQmA picks up You may (or may not) have noticed that both the network hashrate and the price of ArQmA have gone up lately.  These go hand in hand. When the price goes up more people mine. The current hashrate is sitting at around 2.7 -3 MH/s and the price is around 350 sats. Respectable but still undervalued for what it is.  FOMO Time? If you are worried you missed out on ArQmA, you can rest easy. The…

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Why do I support ArQmA?

So what’s so great about ArQmA? Security There are a number of things that attracted me to ArQmA. One of the biggest things for me was their focus on security. The ArQmA devs have made the security of both the blockchain and the users one of their top priorities. They are constantly designing in new and better ways to protect your assets in the wallets. Privacy The next thing is the focus on privacy. Now almost every cryptonight based coin…

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ArQmA New Release – New daemon release 0.3.2

New Release from ArQmA – Version 0.3.2 Version 0.3.2 will add SSL Support for both P2P and RPC protocols SSL-TLS v1.2 minimum supporting with strong CIPHERS hardcoded to sources Capability to automatically generate SSL-Certificate Bug fix related to alt-chains during sync Fix for sync from block 0 Some specific changes are   blockchain: remove unused output_scan_worker parameter protocol: option to pad transaction relay to the next kB do not propagate exception through dtor epee: speed up parse_hexstr_to_binbuff a little blockchain:…

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ArQmA takes care of it’s community

As you know, we put the security of the network above everything else. In the forthcoming release of 0.3.2 we have prepared a number of changes and improvements, but we will talk about that in a moment. As you know, every cryptonote daemon has print_pl (print peer list for Monero codebase or getPeers for Bytecoin codebase). Thanks to these, a list of peers connected to the network is visible. An example can be seen at https://map.supportcryptonight.com/. This may remind some…

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ArQmA Hardfork at block 131650

Today at approximately 22:53 UTC The ArQmA Network successfully forked. If you are mining ArQmA and havent updated your daemon and wallet yet you should do so now. You can find the most current release here (link) What does this mean for you? It only means you need to update to the newest release. At the time of writting, this 5 Pools are behind in blocks due to not updating. You can find a current list of pools at https://pools.arqma.com/ …

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Security Alert – Active attack vector

This affects all remote node connections Active attack vector The attack is pretty straightforward: when the wallet requests data from the remote node to create a transaction, the remote node sends bogus data in response. This results in an error message displayed to the user. If the user clicks through the error and retries the transaction a second time, this immediately reveals the real input to the remote node. Mitigations: If you see ANY** error message after attempting a transaction,…

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ArQmA Hardfork v11 – Block 131650

ArQmA Devils Cauldron release-v0.3.1 Hardfork v11 on block 131650 Human time (GMT): Tuesday, 12 March 2019 around 22 It’s a major update, everyone needs need to update to the new release https://github.com/arqma/arqma/releases/tag/v0.3.1 fix mishandling rct outputs in coin base tx enable pruning network throttle tweak Better error when sending a tx with a too large extra field search for syncing peers in cruise mode Allow submitting tx as hex blob over ZMQ wallet-rpc: get balance/transfers for all accounts and subaddresses…

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ArQmA added to Bisq

What is Bisq? Bisq is a safe, private and decentralized way to exchange bitcoin for national currencies and other digital assets. Bisq uses peer-to-peer networking and multi-signature escrow to facilitate trading without a third party. Bisq is non-custodial and incorporates a human arbitration system to resolve disputes.   Why does it matter that ArQmA is listed there? Traditional crypto exchanges are run on a centralized server which can be hacked and monitored. With ArQmA being available on Bisq now you…

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Is crypto dead?

No. Definitely not. The industry has gone through a lot of growing pains, but it is far from being dead. Nor is it dying. It’s actually more like kudzu vine. It takes it a while to get a good start, but once it does it takes over everything! That’s what cryptocurrency will do. It has taken it a while to take root, has had some tremendous growth spurts, then just kinda’ withered and dried up as crypto winter came upon…

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Content Creation Bounty

Today we are proud to announce the first Bounty for content creation 500 ARQ can be earned by the top 10 people who submit the most quality content to https://labs.arqma.com for the month of March Content can be any or all of the following Blog Posts Videos Graphics Documentation Knowledgebase entries We are looking for honest and quality content that has to do with ArQmA. 10 Winners will be announced on April 1st for 500 ARQ each. If you want…

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