|Key features||Technical specifications||(Some of many) supported boards|
|💻 Supported by a large number of platforms
👥 A friendly & growing community
💱 Easy to use & exchange
(on DUCO Exchange, Node-S, JustSwap)
🌎 Available everywhere
🆕 Fully original & open-source project
🌳 Beginner & eco-friendly
💰 Cost-effective & easy to mine
|⚒️ Algorithms: DUCO-S1, XXHASH,
more planned (including PoS)
♐ Rewards: supported by "Kolka system"
helping to reward miners fairly
⚡ Transaction time: Instant
🪙 Coin supply: Infinite
(before December 2020: 350k coins)
(new limits planned for the future)
🔤 Ticker: DUCO (ᕲ)
🔢 Decimals: up to 20
(Uno, Nano, Mega, Due, Pro Mini, etc.)
(NodeMCU, Wemos, etc.)
(ESP-WROOM, ESP32-CAM, etc.)
🍓 Raspberry Pis
(1, 2, Zero (W/WH), 3, 4, Pico, 400)
🍊 Orange Pis
(Zero, Zero 2, PC, Plus, etc.)
⚡ Teensy 4.1 boards
After downloading the release, unzip it and launch the desired program.
There are no dependencies required.
sudo apt update sudo apt install python3 python3-pip git python3-pil python3-pil.imagetk -y # Install dependencies git clone https://github.com/revoxhere/duino-coin # Clone Duino-Coin repository cd duino-coin python3 -m pip install -r requirements.txt # Install pip dependencies
After doing this, you are good to go with launching the software (e.g.
py -m pip install -r requirements.txtto install required pip dependencies
After doing this, you are good to go with launching the software (just double click on desired
.py files or type
py PC_Miner.py in the command prompt).
This list will be actively updated. If you want to add software to this list, submit a PR or contact one of the developers.
Duino-Coin is a hybrid currency, meaning that it can be converted to wDUCO which is DUCO wrapped on the Tron network (as a token). Currently there aren't many uses for it, other than just storing funds in external wallet or exchanging wDUCO to another token on JustSwap. Tutorial on using wDUCO is available in the wDUCO wiki.
Contributions are what make the open source community such an amazing place to be learn, inspire, and create.
Any contributions you make to the Duino-Coin project are greatly appreciated.
How to help?
Server source code, documentation for API calls and official libraries for developing your own apps for Duino-Coin are available in the useful tools branch.
|Arduino Pro Mini, Uno, Nano etc.
|196 H/s||1||0.2 W||9-10|
|Teensy 4.1 (soft cryptography)||80 kH/s||1||0.5 W||-|
|NodeMCU, Wemos D1 etc.
|9.3 kH/s (160MHz) 4.6 kH/s (80Mhz)||1||0.6 W||6-7|
|ESP32||23 kH/s||2||1 W||8-9|
|Raspberry Pi Zero||17 kH/s||1||1.1 W||-|
|Raspberry Pi 3||440 kH/s||4||5.1 W||-|
|Raspberry Pi 4||1.3 MH/s||4||6.4 W||-|
|ODROID XU4||1.0 MH/s||8||5 W||9|
|Atomic Pi||690 kH/s||4||6 W||-|
|Orange Pi Zero 2||740 kH/s||4||2.55 W||-|
|Khadas Vim 2 Pro||1.12 MH/s||8||6.2 W||-|
|Libre Computers Tritium H5CC||480 kH/s||4||5 W||-|
|Libre Computers Le Potato||410 kH/s||4||5 W||-|
|Pine64 ROCK64||640 kH/s||4||5 W||-|
|Intel Celeron G1840||1.25 MH/s||2||-||5-6|
|Intel Core i5-2430M||1.18 MH/s||4||-||6.5|
|Intel Core i5-3230M||1.52 MH/s||4||-||7.2|
|Intel Core i5-5350U||1.35 MH/s||4||-||6.0|
|Intel Core i5-7200U||1.62 MH/s||4||-||7.5|
|Intel Core i5-8300H||3.67 MH/s||8||-||9.1|
|Intel Core i3-4130||1.45 MH/s||4||-||-|
|AMD Ryzen 5 2600||4.9 MH/s||12||67 W||15.44|
All tests were performed using the DUCO-S1 algorithm. This table will be actively updated.
Duino-Coin is mostly distributed under the MIT License. See
LICENSE file for more information.
Some third-party included files may have different licenses - please check their
LICENSE statements (usually at the top of the source code files).
Also big thanks to all Contributors that helped to develop the Duino-Coin project.
Project Link: https://github.com/revoxhere/duino-coin/