02. Overview & Video

What is SUQA?

SUQA is a new open source peer to peer digital currency that gives the investors 5 % apr interest from term deposits even if the wallet is offline (the most secure way)

It is based on an improved code of the secure and widely used Bitcoin Blockchain with a brand new advanced X22i POW algo which is completely ASIC, FPGA and QUANTUM resistant.

x22i AlgorithmOne PagerWhite Paper
03. development

Founders Fee

Suqa Foundation is a Decentralized Autonomous Philanthropist Organization that rewards everyone inside its ecosystem generously, secure and transparently without fees to foster the growth of the Blockchain.

SUQA Foundation takes 9.090909% founders fee from every mined block.

Transparency Report
Core Developers2.5%
Foundation Rewards2.5%
Marketing and Bounties1.75%
Exchanges Listing1.75%
Website Development and Hosting0.5%
Legal Fees0.1%
04. features

Why Use SUQA?

05. Network

Rapidly Growing SUQA
Network

Blockchain will grow eventually and become an ordinary thing in real life and SUQA targets to make that process faster and trustworthy. SUQA is rapidly gaining popularity among crypto community. There is much more to come. Stay tuned.

409.46M
Total Supply
53255+
Total Blocks

Next halving approximately in 1558.17 hours (Last update: 12-12-2018 19:56:54 UTC)

Official Exchanges – Check on CoinMarketCap

07. Miner

Open Source GPU Mining
Software

3907
Total Workers
173.77 Gh/s
Total Hashrate

Calculate hashrate with Coincalculators.io, Cointomine.today or WhatToMine
suqa-calculate
08. Invest

Time-Lock Calculator

Total Time-Lock Deposit:

Lock Time (days):

*Interest is based on annual percentage rate which 25% approximately for the first 3 months so 25/12 for monthly. After the first 3 months it will be 5% approximately 5/12 will get you your monthly rate. Maximum lock time is 30 days.

Total Profit Approx. ~ 0 SUQA

CalculateHow to Use Time-Lock
09. Roadmap

Main Roadmap

Here is a Roadmap for now

AMD (OpenCL) 500K SUQA Bounty
31 October 2018
1M SUQA Community Bounty Campaign
26 November 2018
Release of Android Wallet; IOS Wallet Soon! (Surprise: Web Wallet!)
3 December 2018
CoinExchange Listing
7 December 2018
1M SUQA Community Bounty
26 December 2018
Start of Cryptolancers Ecosystem Member Admission Start
30 December 2018
Cryptolancers Hub 1M SUQA Reward Giveaway From SUQA Foundation Ecosystem
30 January 2019
Start of Blockchain Startups Ecosystem Member Admission Start
30 January 2019
Blockchain Startups Hub 1M SUQA Reward Giveaway from SUQA Foundation Ecosystem
28 February 2019
New Algorithm X2Xi
26 March 2019
...for More Detailed Roadmap Click to Link below
10. FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

It will reach the maximum block size when the network(blocks) will be full so by the time it will take more hard drive space, it means that it will be more widely used than bitcoin. and it means that we have reached our goal 🙂 SUQA will be able to afford a very technologically advanced hard fork that will easily be configured for better scaling of the block sizes and transactions but until that time please enjoy ultra fast transactions!

Well the easiest way to look at it is they are generated by the blockchain when your address meets the proper rules.. Just like in Bitcoin they are generated when you mine a block or a PoS they are generated when you stake.. in SUQA you generate when you move coins from one address to another based on how long it sat in the first address.. meaning 10 SUQA sat in address Sxxxx for 100 blocks.. when you move them to address Syyyy, the blockchain generates the interest.. The reason you see the interest in the wallet is because we added the calculation that will happen when you move them.. we did this so people know how much they can move.. and so they can watch it grow without having to move it every block.

Something like this can be useful in Cold Storage because even though that private key is not online either because the PC is shut off or its Printed on paper it will still be gaining interest.
Interest is gained for 30 days on an output (balance) that hasn’t moved.. So Cold Storage will need to be moved around every 30 days to continue earning interest.. However it is best to limit movement to when you need to.. This is bc when SUQA are moved to an address they are locked in at the Standard interest rate at that moment (block) and seeing how we are still in the bonus time frame this interest drops every block.. Once this bonus time has passed it will be back to ~5% APR but still need to be moved every 30 days.

Well the easiest way to look at it is they are generated by the blockchain when your address meets the proper rules.. Just like in Bitcoin they are generated when you mine a block or a PoS they are generated when you stake.. in SUQA you generate when you move coins from one address to another based on how long it sat in the first address.. meaning 10 SUQA sat in address Hxxxx for 100 blocks.. when you move them to address Hyyyy, the blockchain generates the interest.. The reason you see the interest in the wallet is because we added the calculation that will happen when you move them.. we did this so people know how much they can move.. and so they can watch it grow without having to move it every block..

The interest mechanic in SUQA shouldn’t be labeled as “Proof of Something” because it isn’t a proof method for securing the network at all. It is simply an interest payout after periods of time and in itself will not generate blocks.As long as you move the time locked SUQA to another adress in your wallet, you will keep earning 5% APR for 1 month time locked coins.
And in contrast to the complex PoS systems many coins have, locking is super simple and transparent for the user.
Any balance will earn you interest from up to 4 weeks.
It’s really unique and a game changer, isn’t it? No need for the general user to go to shady places to invest, just time lock!
SUQA is created in two ways . . . by mining . . . and awarded as interest . . . which varies but always goes to existing balances that are moved every month if time locked for 30 days.
The interest supply is not large, and also really less inflationary as it is going to existing holders – it’s more like an ongoing stock-split. The mining supply is quite large at the moment, but will shrink in percentage terms quite quickly, so SUQA will actually be a very low-inflation coin in a not distant time.

1 to 22,000: 10,000 = 220,000,000
22,001 to 50,000: 5,000 = 139,995,000
50,001 to 100,000: 2.500 =124,997,500
100,001 to 200,000: 1.250 = 124,998,750
200,001 to 400.000: 625= 124,999,375
400,001 to 1,500,000: 312,5=343,749,688
TOTAL SUPPLY: 1,078,740,313 plus 10% for founders fee will be mined in 5.78 years
MAX TOTAL : 1,186,614,344 SUQA will be mined.
But if every member does not time-lock their SUQA and do not get any interests then the Total Supply will be less than the 1.18 billion with even lower emissions.

Create SUQA.conf file (case sensitive) in C:\Users\xxxx\AppData\Roaming\SUQA and paste the nodes given below.
Save & Exit.
Restart the wallet. Wait app. 1 minute.

Add the nodes
Go to user/appdata/roaming and open SUQA folder
Make a new text document and name it as suqa.config
Open the document and the nodes inside the document when u save the file save it as all files not txt.
Close the file and restart your miner

You can download: suqa_nodes.txt

Download paper wallet generator from GitHub repository
Disconnect from internet
Open index.html
Select SUQA from list and generate

They are not not set aside, just like the the miner reward isn’t.
When a block is mined, all the nodes agree to give the miner some coins; same way, when interests are due, the network agrees to it.
they do not come from anything, they are generated, like the miner reward or, in the case of a PoS coin, the stake reward.

Yes, but it’s a minor amount compared to the “normal” emission. It depends on how much people will lock, but anyways we are talking about a few percent.

Please go to file, receiving adress and copy the wallet address from there.
Please choose deposit from the top and paste the adress to where it says deposit adress. Please choose the amount and click on how long you want to time-lock your SUQA for, choose for up to 4 weeks and up to 25% apr for the first 3 months for early adapters. After 3 months 1 month time-locked term deposit will be 5% apr.

SUQA Time Lock Deposit - Step 2

Click on EARN. Click on YES and YES. You should see on the amount you put on hold and how much you will receive on the overview screen. Once it is time-locked it will not be possible to unlock it until the chosen time. When a Term Deposit matures, it stops earning interest – you need to move it to start earning interest again. [730 blocks ~ 1 day]

Also you can send time locked SUQA to another wallet not belong to you

Try this configure command:
./configure –disable-tests –with-incompatible-bdb –disable-shared –with-pic –with-bignum=no –with-gui=qt5 –disable-hardening CPPFLAGS=-fPIC

11. social & community

Need More Help?

Please join us at Discord and Btctalk for further questions and support.

12. Team

SUQA Team

An international team of top blockchain developers, cryptographers and business professionals, the Crypto Enthusiast SUQA team expands its access to fight decentralization and closed-source software development.

Tamer Dagli aka Cryplander

CEO & Co-Founder

Pallas

CTO & Co-Founder

Atakan Köycü aka Depozitosuz

Lead Web Developer

Ali Pura

Technical Advisor

XuânTân NGUYEN

Blockchain Developer

M.Atıf Karaoğul aka Hardwarewise

Qt Design & Development

Barış Ertül

Advisor & Investor

Clinton

Community Manager for the African Region

Meltem Balta

Investor & Supporter

Hüseyin Bıyık

Technical Advisor

Birkan Yılmaz

Investor & Supporter

Fatih Tarakçı

Investor & Supporter

Emre Kardeşseven

Investor & Supporter

Melih Balta

Investor & Supporter

Levent Güdüllüoğlu

Business Development

Elif Beste Tören

Investor Relations

Güntaç Özdemir

Investor & Supporter
13. foundation

SUQA Foundation

Information will be released on Whitepaper 15 October 2018 Monday

14. donate

Donate to Support
Development

Feel free to donate for the development team.