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September 19, 2015, 09:38:05 PM
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Is there an Active Dev for this coin??

There is an active development team.  Not just a single person.
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September 19, 2015, 10:52:02 PM
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Cool, I haven't seen any reference as to who the team is, and the website doesn't say anything either. Can someone explain the Specs on PoSing for this coin? not just you need 25mil to stake..

What is the mechanism specs? Block (input) size suggestions etc.

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September 20, 2015, 07:24:38 AM
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Cool, I haven't seen any reference as to who the team is, and the website doesn't say anything either. Can someone explain the Specs on PoSing for this coin? not just you need 25mil to stake..

What is the mechanism specs? Block (input) size suggestions etc.

This is a community coin with no single Dev, just like Doge coin.

The LiteDoge Dev Team*: MinerFTW, heathcoin, ctgiant, drew, heathkid, IngCr3at1on, Mr_Sheesh and keesdewit.

* If team members have changed please update here.
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September 20, 2015, 08:41:00 AM
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My wallet does not stake?



Do the following ...

•Use latest wallet - download wallet from page 1 - v3.2.1.1-community https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1077390.0
•Empty current litedoge folder (Make copy of wallet.dat)
•Run wallet to reload new files (litedoge-qt.exe)
•Stop wallet then copy wallet.dat back into litedoge folder (no litedoge.conf file needed)
•Restart wallet and wait till it's synced (just restart if it gets stuck)
Unlock wallet
•Happy staking


Take Note:

•Minimum of 10mil (preferably 25mil) LDOGE is recommended (buy or mine more (http://www.litedoge.org/ or http://litedoge.org/forum/index.php?topic=33.0 )
Expected time to earn rewards constantly changes between 1 minute to 1 hour or day etc - this does not matter it will still stake correctly - the larger period is the actual expected time.
You must wait for at least 8 hours when moving coins into wallet or new address to be eligible for staking and finding new blocks!
•The network weight has increased and difficulty increased and rewards have been reduced (now 24K) - thus less coin for all - currently with 10mil PoSing you should get about 1 to 2 stakes per day.
•The dev team is busy with a new wallet - connect to IRC Channel: https://kiwiirc.com/client/irc.kiwiirc.com/#Litedoge or LiteDoge Forum http://litedoge.org/forum/index.php?topic=6.0 for more help.
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September 21, 2015, 06:41:58 AM
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My wallet does not stake?



Do the following ...

•Use latest wallet - download wallet from page 1 - v3.2.1.1-community https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1077390.0
•Empty current litedoge folder (Make copy of wallet.dat)
•Run wallet to reload new files (litedoge-qt.exe)
•Stop wallet then copy wallet.dat back into litedoge folder (no litedoge.conf file needed)
•Restart wallet and wait till it's synced (just restart if it gets stuck)
Unlock wallet
•Happy staking


Take Note:

•Minimum of 10mil (preferably 25mil) LDOGE is recommended (buy or mine more (http://www.litedoge.org/ or http://litedoge.org/forum/index.php?topic=33.0 )
Expected time to earn rewards constantly changes between 1 minute to 1 hour or day etc - this does not matter it will still stake correctly - the larger period is the actual expected time.
You must wait for at least 8 hours when moving coins into wallet or new address to be eligible for staking and finding new blocks!
•The network weight has increased and difficulty increased and rewards have been reduced (now 24K) - thus less coin for all - currently with 10mil PoSing you should get about 1 to 2 stakes per day.
•The dev team is busy with a new wallet - connect to IRC Channel: https://kiwiirc.com/client/irc.kiwiirc.com/#Litedoge or LiteDoge Forum http://litedoge.org/forum/index.php?topic=6.0 for more help.

Great post!!!  ...but doesn't really take 25mil to stake.  You just have to be patient.  10mil will get you going...
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September 21, 2015, 12:08:43 PM
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I have to say I am really impressed of the Litedoge comeback, it has taken a huge dump, more than 1billion coins.. and there it is, 1 satoshi buy wall slowly building up again!

Congrats guys, the coin is still alive thanks to many believers!
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September 22, 2015, 03:01:40 AM
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I have to say I am really impressed of the Litedoge comeback, it has taken a huge dump, more than 1billion coins.. and there it is, 1 satoshi buy wall slowly building up again!

Congrats guys, the coin is still alive thanks to many believers!

Still alive and going strong!  Remember there is an entire dev team behind this coin... not an individual.  We're not going anywhere.  It's a community coin... what does the community want?  What's next?  A few have been talking about changing the logo.  Thoughts???
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September 22, 2015, 03:55:06 AM
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I have to say I am really impressed of the Litedoge comeback, it has taken a huge dump, more than 1billion coins.. and there it is, 1 satoshi buy wall slowly building up again!

Congrats guys, the coin is still alive thanks to many believers!

Still alive and going strong!  Remember there is an entire dev team behind this coin... not an individual.  We're not going anywhere.  It's a community coin... what does the community want?  What's next?  A few have been talking about changing the logo.  Thoughts???

I like the logo and wallet works great, tipbots are up and running so I have to say this is really a well developed coin.

My only concern is inflation, we are staking at a hugeee rate, even tho I like being a millionaire, I think in the long run it may be a problem.
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September 25, 2015, 05:13:55 AM
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I have to say I am really impressed of the Litedoge comeback, it has taken a huge dump, more than 1billion coins.. and there it is, 1 satoshi buy wall slowly building up again!

Congrats guys, the coin is still alive thanks to many believers!

Still alive and going strong!  Remember there is an entire dev team behind this coin... not an individual.  We're not going anywhere.  It's a community coin... what does the community want?  What's next?  A few have been talking about changing the logo.  Thoughts???

I like the logo and wallet works great, tipbots are up and running so I have to say this is really a well developed coin.

My only concern is inflation, we are staking at a hugeee rate, even tho I like being a millionaire, I think in the long run it may be a problem.

Inflation keeps going down... the community voted on the stake rewards. 
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September 29, 2015, 11:21:33 AM
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Interesting:

8 Disturbing & Beautiful Documentaries - http://imgur.com/gallery/VD0Za

Blood Moon - http://i.imgur.com/fv75FZk.jpg

Photography Infographics - http://imgur.com/topic/The_More_You_Know/SYJo4

Throwing Stick - http://imgur.com/gallery/rQejrJL
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September 30, 2015, 04:02:17 AM
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Please Donate Bounties for LiteDoge

Tipping Promotions, Social Services Upkeep and New Wallet Developments

Social Services Upkeep (Will be used to reward the members paying for services)*
Block Explorers (https://www.blockexperts.com/ldoge ; http://www.presstab.pw/phpexplorer/LDOGE/ ) - LDOGE: to be added
Website (http://www.litedoge.org/ ) - LDOGE: dVeau9Ux5YknP1cNMSHwqRiCZQQuGhaysj
Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/Litedoge?fref=ts ) - LDOGE: dFcMqAemYYrnfguD2iXWwv7FiwSJZMcS4D
IRC Chat (https://kiwiirc.com/client/irc.kiwiirc.com/#Litedoge ) - LDOGE: dFnEnT3zkgdzLvRdi8aoKpMZxgukK4zD3z
Reddit (https://www.reddit.com/r/litedoge/ ) - LDOGE: to be added
LiteDoge Forum (http://litedoge.org/forum/ ) - LDOGE: dMfFJCZwJCJnT4qfS4ykNLWQxBsZ1Fsu4z & dXrveNvFMcB9jhmYiBYAnZTW4q79T4Lamt
Twitter (https://www.twitter.com/litedoge ) - LDOGE: dFcMqAemYYrnfguD2iXWwv7FiwSJZMcS4D
Twitter Tips (https://twitter.com/litedogetips ) - LDOGE: dDdaDu89yiXEYae2Lm8m8YmwWTCtSqhiLq


Promotions and Tipping (Will be used to tip the community and promote the coin)
Bounty Promotions and Tipping Address - LDOGE: dDXLFYmtzrTftqVZPx6q5wZsaoc3kaFh4s


New Wallet Developments (Will be used to pay for new wallet upgrades and developments)
Bounty Wallet Developments Address - LDOGE: dT7PJ9BETRuXKAK8aoJ7ygbW8zHJjsCxyb


Take note: All address currently have a zero (0) balance.

* Those members who maintain services please send me your LDOGE address and the service you maintain in order to be added for bounties.

This is a start, but this is kinda more geared towards donations to existing community members and developers.  The cool thing about the way maincoin had it set up before was that anyone could propose specific bounties, and people who weren't even holding any LDOGE could see what they could earn for fulfilling one.  I'd add one more section, maybe titled "open/community bounties" or something and add the list to the website somewhere.  On this line, "Those members who maintain services please send me your LDOGE address and the service you maintain in order to be added for bounties." add on something about "if community members would like to propose a new bounty, or anyone would like to claim a bounty please message me".

On that note, if you want to open specific bounties for a web wallet, raspberry pi wallet, and payment gateways, I will start them all off with 1,000,000 LDOGE each.  I'm also sending 1,000,000 minimum to every address on the current list right now.

I have to say I am really impressed of the Litedoge comeback, it has taken a huge dump, more than 1billion coins.. and there it is, 1 satoshi buy wall slowly building up again!

Congrats guys, the coin is still alive thanks to many believers!

Still alive and going strong!  Remember there is an entire dev team behind this coin... not an individual.  We're not going anywhere.  It's a community coin... what does the community want?  What's next?  A few have been talking about changing the logo.  Thoughts???

As I proposed above, a raspberry pi wallet would be nice.  I had a PM conversation with a guy who was interested in LDOGE but was concerned because he only had about a million coins and wasn't getting any rewards.  During this conversation, I figured out he could only stake for maybe 2 hours a day on the PC he has access to.  I explained the nuances of POS 2.0 to him and how it is extremely beneficial to stake 24/7 and he said he would but there is no raspberry pi wallet available.  I realized that if you think about it, any serious POS coin and especially POS 2.0 coin, should offer a raspberry pi wallet as a standard these days.  If you stake a lot of coins, it's a serious pain trying to keep a large number of wallets open 24/7.  I imagine staking on low power ARM devices 24/7 is going to grow in popularity and help ensures a strong network if more people can stake 24/7.

I'm looking into getting a Corgi puppy right now.  They are adorable and smaller than shibes, so whenever I get one maybe he can be the face of LDOGE on a new logo.  Maybe a "Name the mascot campaign" or something?  Although this is the internet, so I fear (or hope Wink) I'll be forced to name my puppy "Hitler" or something.
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September 30, 2015, 04:27:14 AM
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Anyone could propose specific bounties, and people who weren't even holding any LDOGE could see what they could earn for fulfilling one.  I'd add one more section, maybe titled "open/community bounties" or something and add the list to the website somewhere.  On this line, "Those members who maintain services please send me your LDOGE address and the service you maintain in order to be added for bounties." add on something about "if community members would like to propose a new bounty, or anyone would like to claim a bounty please message me".

On that note, if you want to open specific bounties for a web wallet, raspberry pi wallet, and payment gateways, I will start them all off with 1,000,000 LDOGE each.  I'm also sending 1,000,000 minimum to every address on the current list right now.

Congrats guys, the coin is still alive thanks to many believers!

Thanks for support, new bounties added:

Web Online Wallet : dMeyrt1bkahkthwShYgfd8uaLvsCkX2WoA
Raspberry PI Wallet: dcP7bNrTuro8sL7NtFEfoqGdiykGD5PtuD
Payment Gateway : dRQ4DdYWEvedzbED9ezwFAhcfHc2MMnP5i

If community members would like to propose a new bounty, or anyone would like to claim a bounty please message me.

Please donate to the bounties - only 3 people have donated so far - your support is needed.


Regards
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PS: No new logo - LiteDoge is a "brand" now, however new wallet and services to be developed.
      (Already a CorgiCoin see https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=444700.0. )
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September 30, 2015, 08:21:02 PM
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What is the bounty for a RPi2 wallet?

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September 30, 2015, 09:48:57 PM
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What is the bounty for a RPi2 wallet?

Seriously? I shouldn't even bother...  Look up  Roll Eyes


LiteDoge Raspberry PI Wallet: LDOGE: dcP7bNrTuro8sL7NtFEfoqGdiykGD5PtuD (Balance: 1050000 LDOGE)

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September 30, 2015, 09:52:54 PM
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What is the bounty for a RPi2 wallet?

Seriously? I shouldn't even bother...  Look up  Roll Eyes


LiteDoge Raspberry PI Wallet: LDOGE: dcP7bNrTuro8sL7NtFEfoqGdiykGD5PtuD (Balance: 1050000 LDOGE)


It will help you archive that Legendary status in the next few days.  Grin

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September 30, 2015, 10:43:42 PM
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Usually you would state an amount... But regardless... Consider it claimed... My devfriend has been making litedoge RPi2 images for some time now. Let me get him over here with his address..

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October 01, 2015, 01:04:09 AM
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So, a RPi2 wallet is needed? The StakeBox supports LiteDoge thanks to a request from s3v3nh4cks, check it out at StakeBox.com. You can download the wallet from our GitHub at https://github.com/StakeBox/litedoge, it has been available there for 11 days now. Depending on your setup you may also need a couple additional libraries, you can get them here, https://github.com/StakeBox/extra-libs. The bounty can be sent to dNKPBdo6UzBNZTevQCiHeqrvdCKfuJdyWp, thanks.

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October 01, 2015, 03:43:48 AM
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So, a RPi2 wallet is needed? The StakeBox supports LiteDoge thanks to a request from s3v3nh4cks, check it out at StakeBox.com. You can download the wallet from our GitHub at https://github.com/StakeBox/litedoge, it has been available there for 11 days now. Depending on your setup you may also need a couple additional libraries, you can get them here, https://github.com/StakeBox/extra-libs. The bounty can be sent to dNKPBdo6UzBNZTevQCiHeqrvdCKfuJdyWp, thanks.

should be a statically linked drop in wallet. ie, users shouldn't have to compile anything.

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October 01, 2015, 04:51:09 AM
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as far as I know it is, it just worked for me on my RPi2 without anything else.

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October 01, 2015, 11:01:17 AM
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So, a RPi2 wallet is needed? The StakeBox supports LiteDoge thanks to a request from s3v3nh4cks, check it out at StakeBox.com. You can download the wallet from our GitHub at https://github.com/StakeBox/litedoge, it has been available there for 11 days now. Depending on your setup you may also need a couple additional libraries, you can get them here, https://github.com/StakeBox/extra-libs. The bounty can be sent to dNKPBdo6UzBNZTevQCiHeqrvdCKfuJdyWp, thanks.

should be a statically linked drop in wallet. ie, users shouldn't have to compile anything.

Did you try it, or even look? It is, there is no need to compile anything. If any one of the folks who was requesting it would like to give it a go and report back, that would be cool.

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