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Building a new kind of Decentralized Security Community

We started Spectre Security Coin to bridge the gap between crypto coin developers and security professionals. Many coin developers require extensive infrastructure to maintain day to day operations while hobbyist, investors, and traders require coin developers to do this securely and professionally. Through education and risk assesment we are helping many crypto currency projects find and fix many issues before they are exploited.

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We bridge the gap between crypto coin developers and security professionals.

Spectre Security is helping build better, safer, Crypto Coin projects.

Security Professionals can help identify issues with a coin platform, infrastructure, and help find better ways to secure the network. Networks require constant monitoring and upgrades to ensure any weakness found can be addressed in the quickest manner. Exchanges, and Web Wallets have been constant attack vectors for criminals. This creates a prime space for security professionals to provide solutions to crypto developers.

Investors can feel their investment is better protected and benefit in many other ways by having a more secure blockchain and coin infrastructure.

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NiceHash / ASIC Resistance

Spectre Security Coin utilizes the Proof of Work and Proof of Stake consensus methods to secure and process the network. C11 is the hashing algorithm used for PoW that is ASIC resistant & Nicehash resistant.

Stealth Address

Easily send Spectre Security Coin via stealth addresses for private and secure transactions.

Wallet Built-in Block Explorer

View transactions and explore the blockchain directly from the wallet.

Masternode Reward Protection

Spectre Security Coin now features Masternodes that cost 25,000 XSPC and provide Masternode operators 80% of the current block reward from Proof-Of-Stake after block 500K.

Friendly Masternode Setup

No more Masternode Headaches. We provide an easy to follow solution

Long-Term Development & Support

We have assembled an excellent team of people with over 14 years experience in crypto currency related fields.

CloudFront Defense BETA Launched!

What is SpectreSecurity CloudFront Defense? CloudFront Defense is a web plugin that helps monitor and protect your website from unwanted traffic, bots, cyber criminals. CloudFront Defense can help reduce load and server use by stopping unwanted connections from getting access to your sites data.

CloudFront Defense makes an excellent addition to your security model to help get you the most protection your website and services need to thrive and be successful in today’s online environment. CloudFront defense is easy to use, easy to install, and best of all, it’s free.

Many company’s pay higher network hosting costs for their web infrastructure due to bots and bad actors taking up much needed bandwidth, server resources, and content theft.

Want to find out more?

Join our thriving community and learn more about how SpectreSecurity can help your Coin Project or Web Service get additional security for a fraction of today’s costs!.

Wallet Development Activity

You can get the Latest Wallet Build from our github account. If you are an Application Developer or just like living on the cutting edge, feel free to build the latest source and try the newest software as we go.

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Our Road Map to the future

The road map is not a precise timeline and is by no means to be taken as completion times. This is simply to give you insight into where we are going with the development process. We reserve the right to change the roadmap at any moment for any reason.



  • Q4 October 2018

    Road Map Focus

    Marketing & Outreach - Completed
    Community Initiative - Completed
    Community Faucet - Completed
    Masternode Sales - In Progress

  • Q4 November 2018

    Road Map Focus

    Windows Wallet Release - Completed
    Linux Wallet Release - Completed
    Mac OS X Wallet Release - Completed



  • Q4 December 2018

    Road Map Focus

    Support Site - Completed
    DNS Seed Servers - Completed
    Exchange Listings - Completed
    BlackJack Community Game - Completed



  • Q1 January 2019

    Road Map Focus

    White Paper - Completed
    Network Infrastructure - Completed
    Exchange Listings - Completed
    Dice Community Game - Completed



  • Q1 February 2019

    Road Map Focus

    Block Explorer - Completed
    Exchange Listings - Completed
    Wheel Community Game - Completed
    Online Market - Completed

  • Q1 March 2019

    Road Map Focus

    Paper Wallet - Completed
    Threat Map - Completed
    SpectreSecurityLife Game - Completed
    Rewards System - Open Beta 1



  • Q2 April 2019

    Road Map Focus

    Scanner Portal - Prototype Online
    Partner Outreach - Completed



  • Q2 May 2019

    Road Map Focus

    Research Outreach - In Progress
    Business Outreach - Completed
    Twitter TipBot Online - Completed


  • Q2 June 2019

    Road Map Focus

    Mobile Wallets- Android Completed
    API Services - Completed
    Exchange Listings - Completed
    Life Content Additions - Completed
    Telegram TipBot Online - Completed



  • Q3 July 2019

    Road Map Focus

    Bug Bounty Partnerships - In Progress
    Ann Thread Relaunch - Completed
    Launch Spectre Global

  • Q3 August 2019

    Road Map Focus

    Global Marketing & Outreach
    Global Community Initiative

  • Q3 September 2019

    Road Map Focus

    Exchange Additions
    Community Review





  • Meet some of our Team

    Our history in the cryptocurrency industry dates back all the way to early 2014. Initially we started off as a simple development group, we have evolved into a cryptocurrency services provider. We have added staff, and lots of products along the way. The operation has grown, but our goal remains the same – to be the best at what we do while helping others become better as a result. If you are looking to form a Partnership, please contact us on our Official Discord. Connect Now You can verify or identify our Legit Team members by the Discord Tag below.

    Frequently asked questions

    The following sections will help you find the answers you are looking for with links to guides that give further explanations.

    What is Spectre Security!? An introduction

    We started Spectre Security Coin to bridge the gap between crypto coin developers and security professionals. Many coin developers require extensive infrastructure to maintain day to day operations. While hobbyist, investors, and traders require coin developers to do this securely and professionally.

    Security Professionals can help identify issues with a coin platform, infrastructure, and help find better ways to secure the network. Networks require constant monitoring and upgrades to ensure any weakness found can be addressed in the quickest manner. Exchanges, and Web Wallets have been constant attack vectors for criminals. This creates a prime space for security professionals to provide solutions to crypto developers.

    Spectre Security uses an Advanced Hybrid Algorithm combining Proof-of-Work, Proof-of-Stake and Masternode as per coin mining method.

    To summarize:
    - Bridges the gap between coin developers and security professionals
    - Extremely fast and even faster with the use of Masternode features
    - Mix of all three PoW, PoS and Masternode
    Proof of Work was a fantastic innovation that formed the backbone of the original Bitcoin protocol. The idea is that by solving a computationally intensive math problem, one can prove the effort they've done to secure the protocol. The effort that is required to perform these computations contributes to a coin's scarcity and value. However, Proof-of-Work eventually becomes an extraordinarily expensive system. As time passes, the complexity of the problems involved becomes so great that “mining” the last few possible Bitcoin will require the entire energy output of the sun.

    Proof of Stake solves this issue in a very elegant way. Rather than using computer power as a scarce resource to generate security, Proof of Stake uses the scarcity of the coin itself. A user may choose to "stake" his coins to generate the next block in the chain, and his chance of doing so is basically proportional to the weight of his coins. Proof-of-Stake is eco-friendly and efficient and avoids the vast waste of energy and hardware overhead of Proof-of-Work based networks.

    Masternodes are decentralized servers on the network that runs 24/7 to maintain the health and security of the network. They are used by normal wallets for multiple features. These features consists of Direct send, instant transactions and private transactions. A collateral, a specific amount of coins, is required to be eligible to create a Masternode.
    There was a premine of 25% of the coins (125,000,000 XSPC) to cover managerial and other issues relevant to the growth and development of the coin long-term as we believe to be necessary.
    You can check the network weight by hovering the lightning shape icon at the lower right section of your wallet. Basically, the higher your balance, the higher your “weight” is. The bigger YOUR weight, the higher the chances to submit the next block!
    There's no predicting exactly how many stakes you will get. However, if you stake with more coins, you get more blocks and you more likely to find a reward. Staking is like a kind of lottery. Some days you'll get more than usual, some days less. It's just an estimate. When your probability hits its maximum (Coin Age matures to a maximum), it doesn't mean that you will be paid, it simply means that the input won't get more mature. When the input has reached its maximum capacity, there's nothing else to do than wait for the input to stake.
    You may learn more about Proof-of-Work on Wikipedia or in our Whitepaper.
    You may learn more about Masternodes in our Whitepaper
    Wallets for most operating systems can be found here
    The blockchain is quite new, which means that it should only take a few minutes for it to sync from 0 to the current block

    Also, if you send coins before the wallet was synchronized, look on the block explorer to see your coins in your address and don't panic. You need to sync the network before seeing your coins (you can't know if you coins have arrived to your wallet if the wallet never processed the transaction, it doesn't know it exists and that it had ever happened).
    1. Make sure you have the latest mandatory update.
    2. Make sure your Firewall or Anti Virus software do not block wallet connections.
    3. Make sure you have peers. If it’s your first time give it some time. However, if it’s not your first time, you can delete the peers.dat file and restart your wallet to fetch another set of peers.

    It takes time. However, you can help the wallet with giving it a list of nodes: To apply addnode, you have to find your XSPC.conf. It should be here:

    Windows: %APPDATA%\SpectreSecurityCoin\
    Linux: ~/.SpectreSecurityCoin/
    Mac OSX: $HOME/Library/Application Support/SpectreSecurityCoin/

    Then go to #help and look at the pinned messages, copy the whole list of peers listed and paste it to the end of XSPC.conf. Sometimes OS hides file extensions, so check if there’s an unknown file simply named “XSPC”. If you're still receiving problems, check your debug.log, look for errors and ask on SpectreSecurity Discord #help
    WHATEVER YOU DO, BACKUP YOUR WALLET.DAT!
    Right before and after encrypting your wallet and also, I would suggest to backup your wallet every time you create a new address in your wallet. Without a new backup you won’t be able to retrieve the coins stored on the newly created address.

    You should also backup your wallet before upgrading to a new version.
    Just replace the old binary with the new one. Before upgrading, make sure that you have the latest backup of your wallet.dat file.
    Once it’s downloaded, extract the contents of the ZIP file into the appropriate folder listed before for your operating system.

    Windows: %APPDATA%\SpectreSecurityCoin\
    Linux: ~/.SpectreSecurityCoin/
    Mac OSX: ~/Library/Application Support/SpectreSecurityCoin/

    ( "~/" means the user's home directory. So the equivalent of "/Users/USER/")

    Windows: soon™
    Mac: soon™
    Linux: soon™
    Sending coins is very straight forward. If you are sending these coins to a friend, exchange or business, then all you will need is their Receive address (known as a deposit address on exchanges). If your wallet is encrypted, which hopefully it is, you will also need to have your passphrase (encryption phrase) ready as this is required every time you want to send coins out of your wallet.

    Pay To: Enter the XSPC address of your friend/exchange or business.
    Label: Name the address sent to.
    Amount: How much you want to send.

    Please note that if you are sending coins to an address, make sure that you copy and paste it.
    By default, you will only have one Receive Address, so just right-click on it and select Copy Address. This prevents from trying to manually type it out and making errors. Now give that address to whoever wishes to pay you (or exchange).

    Else, you may also click the button "New Address" at the bottom left of the "Receive" page to generate a new address. Give it a name to remember from whom or where you've gotten the coins from.
    If your wallet is encrypted, which I hope it is, you will need to enter your passphrase to the following option:

    Settings > Unlock wallet > [check] Staking && Passphrase
    The amount of time needed for your coins to mature is 24 hours. Once the coins have matured, they will start staking.
    To do so, you can send all your coins to yourself. That way all your coins are in the same pot until next stake. (Like taking all your small pots and transferring them to a much bigger pot, until next stake where your bigger pot splits in half and so on)
    That's very simple!

    1 - You need an opened wallet.
    2 - You need to synchronize your wallet (look at FAQ number 12 or tutorial on how to use bootstrap).
    3 - Wait for your coins to start the process of maturing (will take approx. 24 hour).

    [optional]
    4 - If and only if you have encrypted your wallet, you need to unlock it to allow yourself to stake.

    Once all three or four steps are done, you are ready to stake
    This is very simple, open your configuration file (XSPC.conf):

    Windows: %appdata%\SpectreSecurityCoin\
    Linux: ~/.SpectreSecurityCoin
    Mac OS: ~/Library/Application Support/SpectreSecurityCoin

    ( "~" means the user's home directory. So the equivalent of "/Users/USER/")

    Then, type in the following line:
    addnode=xxx.xxx.xxx
    Well first thing first, to see if your coins are or are not in your wallet, you can look on the blockchain. If your coins are in your wallet, make sure its synced completely.

    If your coins are not in your wallet, go to your email and look for a confirmation email. If you did confirm your email and still don't see your coins, or it shows reversed and still can't see your coins, that's an exchange issue and you will need to file a support ticket.
    XSPC is a Proof-of-Work, Proof-Of-Stake and Masternode coin. That means it can be mined by mining using the C11 algorithm up until block 250,000, by holding coins in your online wallet, or by having a Masternode running on a server to collect Masternode rewards.
    Generated but not accepted means that you found a block but someone submitted it before you, thus it was generated but rejected by the network since it can't have two identical blocks. It does not disturb your staking process.
    When you get that error, go in your SpectreSecurityCoin main directory (look at #19 if you don't know where it is) and delete the following folder and files: database blkindex.dat blk0001.dat

    Once that is done, you may restart the wallet. You will have to do the bootstrap again and let it sync up to date as well.
    It simply means that the coins haven't been spent yet.
    It won't bring you directly to 100%, so you will need to wait for the wallet to find peers and download the blocks that were generated after the creation of the bootstrap.
    To do so, you will need to open your Desktop wallet console (Help > Debug > Console) and type in importprivkey [private key] (without the brackets) and then wait for the wallet to import the key and that should be it.

    If the funds do not appear, follow FAQ create a shortcut of SpectreSecurityCoin-qt.exe, open it's properties and in "Target", at the end of the line, add a space, then type -rescan. Close the wallet, open it using the newly created shortcut, it'll scan the blockchain with the newly added address and will add them to your balance.
    As the full message explains, your wallet instance is already running. Look in your Windows tray, task manager (CTRL + SHIFT + ESC) (Windows) or top (Unix) (linux termal command to view PID of every instances (to stop it with the PID: kill -9 PID))
    There is no way for anyone to help if you can't unlock (decrypt) your wallet for any reason. If you don't remember your password, try to remember it, we can't recover it for you as there's no database (centralized or decentralized) where your password is saved on. If you type in the right password but it tells you that it's not good, double check your spelling or write it in a txt file and paste it in the password input field, because there's no way for the password to change by itself between two executions of the wallet.
    Create a shortcut of SpectreSecurityCoin-qt.exe (right click and press "shortcut"). In the properties of the shortcut (right click and press "properties"), then where it shows "Target", add a space and type in "--zapwallettxes" (without the quotes). Your shortcut target should look like this: Path\of\SpectreSecurityCoin-qt.exe --zapwallettxes

    Your wallet will take a longer time to open, because it's working at rescanning the blockchain to fetch all your transactions. (Helpful when you import a new private key)
    After an unsuccessful transaction (stuck transaction not sending), or can't see your coins, you can do the following steps to reset the transaction and recover your coins and find the missing ones.
    Create a shortcut of XP-qt.exe (right click and press "shortcut"). In the properties of the shortcut (right click and press "properties"), then where it shows "Target", add a space and type in "-zapwallettxes -rescan" (without the quotes). Your shortcut target should look like this: Path\of\SpectreSecurityCoin-qt.exe -rescan

    Your wallet will take a longer time to open, because it's working at rescanning the blockchain to fetch all your transactions. (Helpful when you import a new private key)
    To be able to buy a product on our shop, you have to create an account and then deposit your coins, from the list of available coins, to your address. Once they have hit 6 confs, you will be able to spend them instantaneously anywhere in the shop.

    Make sure to verify your email after each purchase to confirm it. Also look in your spam filter if you don't see the email.

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