Linux Mint 18.3 (which is actually Ubuntu 16.04).
The minimum vertical size is bigger than the screen, so the bottom of the window is below the taskbar (for those that don't know Mint, it has a taskbar just like Windows)
i think people show a little more respect to Jeffs team, there views do matter, if u like them or not. it just shows the level of maturity of this group when people are laughing off Jeff berwick. when pivx has allready dropped down 90% from its ATH. it just tells me, peope here are clueless, and are not willing to read , learn nor undersstand.
Ok, here is my score of the 3.1.1 core client on windows 10 so far...
5 crashes total
2 restarted fine
3 required snapshot backup
Crash #5 was due to qt not responding, tried forced close thru task mgr w/o success, restarted windows went into restart loop. Eventually had to crl/alt/del with power button to end process...
It's not 100% , but better?
Ran a windows update and its somehow rolled me back to May 17th - and its banning all peers. I've updated the wallet to the latest version, typed getinfo , got hte blocks, tried to check the hash on your website but its a value thats too large/small for it
Look, I think that's plenty powerful. By memory, the core client should consume up to 1.2GB or thereabouts. I could be wrong there.
Since Windows is a bit of a hefty OS, 4GB might be pushing it. Let me have a chat with some clever people.
I'll agree with private, but not mandatory. I can foresee where institutions, for PR or legal reasons, need to send money in the clear, and PIVX currently allows that choice with PIV. But yes, zPIV should definitely be the default once the orphan staking issue is figured out entirely. Not sure if coin age would help prevent certain zPIV from getting too old and too complex to stake.
The reason we are seeing 51% attacks working on PoW is for a couple of reasons:
Low hash power on small market cap coins.
Nicehash allows hashpower by the hour.
Large GPU farms can "pool-hop" at any time.
Low confirmation acceptance on exchanges.