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Currently you can buy and sell Okcash (OK) for Bitcoin, Doge, Dots, USD, EURO and more.

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ROKOS

First fully optimized Operating System for IoT devices (Raspberry Pi [zero, 2, 3], BananaPi, Pine64+) with Bitcoin, Okcash, OpenBazaar and more cryptocurrencies and decentralized tech.

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When you load the OK Wallet for the first time it connects to the peer-to-peer network and starts to synchronize the OK blockchain.

When to use the ok-blockchain to Sync your OK wallet

The first time sync of the OK blockchain can take quite a while; sometimes up to 24 hours depending on your hardware.

With OK you can speed up this process by loading compressed backups of the OK blockchain.

Adding the current ok-blockchain to your local Okcash data directory speeds up the synchronization process which will get your wallet up and running in minutes.

How to use the ok-blockchain to sync your OK wallet

  1. Close the OK Wallet and download the latest ok-blockchain.zip file from: Releases

  2. Place the ok-blockchain.zip file in the Okcash data directory, location depends on your operating system.

  3. Unzip the ok-blockchain.zip file. (includes txleveldb folder + blk0001.dat files)

  4. Start your OK Wallet and give it some minutes to finish it’s first time Sync process. (The client might be unresponsive but don’t worry - it’s just loading and verifying all the ok-blockchain data)

Useful Paths

Linux and IoT devices:

~/.okcash/

Mac OS X

~/Library/Application Support/Okcash/

Windows

%APPDATA%\OKCash

This defaults on: Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\YourUserName\Application data\OKCash Windows Vista, 7, 8, and 10: C:\Users\YourUserName\Appdata\Roaming\OKCash

These are the paths where your blockchain data, wallet and pretty much everything related to Okcash is stored.

When using the ok-blockchain.zip method these are the location where you extract the ok-blockchain.zip file.

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