What development is currently happening?


One of the first things mentioned was an expression of interest to migrate to the new litecoin 0.13 codebase.

Read about it here

A feature of this release is Segregated Witness (SegWit)

1. Eliminates risks involved with transaction malleability
2. Increases efficiency
3. Increases block capacity


An algorithm switch from scrypt has been brought up in order to put more power into the hands of the everyday user.
Possible options include Argon2 and Skein.
This is still up in the air, so any thoughts on this are welcome from the public.


Bittrex was always the next goal for Mooncoin, however previous attempts to get listed got the usual policy response of not commenting on whether or not a coin will be entering their marketplace. Social media exposure and increased daily volume will definitely be a key method to catch their attention.



Unofficial Mooncoin Core For RPi

Here you can download Mooncoin Core for the Raspberry Pi. Please keep in mind that this isn’t an official release.
  • A Raspberry Pi computer
  • 16+ GB SD Card with Raspbian installed
  • Internet connection
  • Basic knowledge with Bash/Terminal.


Download links:
1) Download both files above.

2) With Terminal, use the cd command to go to the directory you saved your files in.

NOTE: If you already have Berkeley DB installed, skip step 3.

3) Install Berkeley DB 4.8 with:

sudo dpkg -i libdb-dev.deb

4) Install Mooncoin Core with:

sudo dpkg -i mooncoin_0.10.5_armhf.deb

And you are done!


Open the wallet from Menu => Other => Mooncoin.

The files that are installed are:

  1. mooncoin-qt (The graphical wallet)
  2. mooncoind (Mooncoin’s daemon)
  3. mooncoin-cli (Commandline wallet)
  4. mooncoin-tx (Transaction parser)