What Is Curecoin (CURE)?
Curecoin had feedback from would-be participants, that your Knowledge Base tutorials, FAQs and detailed instructions are a bit intimidating (since try to cover ALL caveats in one document). So rather than rework your legacy articles which are still very useful, they’ve started a collection of fan-produced videos which make getting started with Folding@home and Curecoin simple, fun and entertaining. While these may not cover every possible scenario, or everything that might go wrong during setup – they will put you on the fast track to start earning CURE tokens with Folding@home.
A video by IMineBlocks showing you how to get started with Folding @Home program which helps scientist create cures for many common diseases and the Corona Virus. Cover Curecoin and shows you how you can earn tokens while contributing to medical science. A video by TroubleChute: “Donating spare computing power to Folding@home to help fight viruses, disease and cancer? Well, for no extra cost or effect on Folding@home, you can earn cryptocurrency at the same time! This video is a quick start guide for that. It will get you from using F@H to earning [tokens ultimately tradable for real money]”
Curecoin Storage Key Points
|Circulating Supply||25,451,237.71 CURE|
|Source Code||Click Here To View Source Code|
|Explorers||Click Here To View Explorers|
|Twitter Page||Click Here To Visit Twitter Group|
|Whitepaper||Click Here To View|
|Official Project Website||Click Here To Visit Project Website|
Managing remote repositories
Curecoin Learn to work with your local repositories on your computer and remote repositories hosted on GitHub. Putting your existing work on GitHub can let you share and collaborate in lots of great ways. After initializing a pull request, you’ll see a review page that shows a high-level overview of the changes between your branch (the compare branch) and the repository’s base branch.
You can add a summary of the proposed changes, review the changes made by commits, add labels, milestones, and assigners, and @mention individual contributors or teams. For more information, see “Creating a pull request.”
Draft pull requests
Curecoin Draft pull requests are available in public repositories with GitHub Free for organizations and legacy per-repository billing plans, and in public and private repositories with GitHub Team, GitHub Enterprise Server 2.17+, and GitHub Enterprise Cloud. For more information, see “GitHub’s products.”
When you create a pull request, you can choose to create a pull request that is ready for review or a draft pull request. Draft pull requests cannot be merged, and code owners are not automatically requested to review draft pull requests. For more information about creating a draft pull request, see “Creating a pull request” and “Creating a pull request from a fork.”
Differences between commits on compare and pull request pages
The compare and pull request pages use different methods to calculate the diff for changed files:
- Compare pages show the diff between the tip of the head ref and the current common ancestor (that is, the merge base) of the head and base ref.
- Pull request pages show the diff between the tip of the head ref and the common ancestor of the head and base ref at the time when the pull request was created. Consequently, the merge base used for the comparison might be different.
Curecoin GitHub Security Lab is a world-class security R&D team. They inspire and enable the community to secure open source at scale, so the world’s software they all depend on sits on foundations you can trust. Your ambition is to be the home where security researchers and developers can collaborate to make security easy for everyone willing to secure open source. They keep GitHub safe, secure, and free of spam and abuse so that this can be the platform where developers come together to create. They do this through significant investments in platform security, incident response, and anti-abuse.
Curecoin help your customers’ security and risk teams feel confident in their decisions to encourage developer collaboration on GitHub. They recognize that security is a shared responsibility with your customers. They are proud to partner with your security, risk, and procurement teams to provide the information needed for risk assessments and true understanding of your security and compliance posture.