The MicroCash Alpha1 Test Phase
Running MicroCash Alpha1
Double click the mc64.exe file to launch MicroCash. Currently it listens for peer to peer connections on a UDP port. It also has an in built web browser which you can access by typing http://127.0.0.1 into your web browser.
Linux Version Notes:
Currently, the Linux build doesn’t open up a terminal when it runs, so it’s pretty silent. If you run it from a terminal, you’ll see the same text debug output messages as the Windows build, in case you’re interested in that stuff. You can also shut it down with a Ctrl-C, whereas just double-clicking it to run it will require ending the task less gracefully.
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-Windows Vista, 7, 8, 10 or Linux (any distro with 64bit support)
-IPv4 or IPv6 Network card
MicroCash is a single binary solution requiring no DLLs/libraries or anything else besides noted above, written exclusively in C++ using the C++11 standard (and eventually C++17) and compiled with all optimizations to native x64 code. Is is portable, in that you can put it in any directory and it only interacts with the contents in that directory, it does not use any system registration functions unless wanted, for example installing as a windows service.
MicroCash will not officially support 32bit or provide 32bit builds due to limits in RAM. Though it will be possible to run a 32bit node with minor source changes it is highly discouraged. There have also been numerous efforts to optimize for a 64bit CPU with memory alignments, memory copying, and in the encryption and hashing functions. All advanced instructions sets will be targeted for use though nothing beyond SSE3 is currently.
While the alpha uses barely any RAM the way MicroCash is designed may require bursts of high RAM usage during a financial type denial of service attack. This could easily force 32bit apps to crash due to running out of RAM due to their ability to only address 2-3GB of RAM in the best of cases.
The above content is taken directly from https://forums.microcash.org/
And stop by the official MicroCash Forums HERE.