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October 21, 2015, 06:00:17 AM
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StakeTo would be cool, either to an exchange, IRC wallet, wherever.  
Some method of not having to dick around w/ inputs would be great too.  i.e. autocombine all sub 100k inputs into block of 2mil and not accidentally send them back to bittrex >_<
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October 21, 2015, 06:07:48 AM
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That isn't really what I meant, I mean other than buying - holding - staking - dumping, what else is there you can really do with LDOGE ?

It needs direction, but more importantly a purpose, as of right now it has none, other than what I just wrote above.....

I can't possibly agree more to this....
A coin is successful if it is used for actual transactions, meaning that it is used for buying goods/services. The "buying - holding - staking - dumping" strategy kills a coin eventually, if it can't be used for a real reason.
A while back, there was an attempt to attract merchants accepting Litedoge. This is something we should really look after.
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October 21, 2015, 06:16:09 AM
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StakeTo would be cool, either to an exchange, IRC wallet, wherever.  
Some method of not having to dick around w/ inputs would be great too.  i.e. autocombine all sub 100k inputs into block of 2mil and not accidentally send them back to bittrex >_<


Even with the gift to bittrex you are ahead of TallFrodo at least  Wink


That isn't really what I meant, I mean other than buying - holding - staking - dumping, what else is there you can really do with LDOGE ?

It needs direction, but more importantly a purpose, as of right now it has none, other than what I just wrote above.....


I can't possibly agree more to this....
A coin is successful if it is used for actual transactions, meaning that it is used for buying goods/services. The "buying - holding - staking - dumping" strategy kills a coin eventually, if it can't be used for a real reason.
A while back, there was an attempt to attract merchants accepting Litedoge. This is something we should really look after.

I agree with this.  I think the best place to start would be to get more faucets running that are refilled from ad revenue.  Faucets might not be the the largest actual transaction, but they have a low barrier of entry and could get more people who are new to crypto involved.

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October 21, 2015, 06:18:19 AM
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Needs more exchanges on our side.
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October 21, 2015, 06:23:17 AM
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The best wallet upgrade would be to add a staketo feature so that the stake rewards can be sent to a different address.  That would get a lot more people interested in this coin because you then could send coins without destroying your weight.  


You are not destroying your weight. If you choose to send coins, your weight will be reduced accordingly but, if you were sending your stakes to a different address, you would never have had this weight in the first place. So, it is actually in your favor to receive the stakes with the same address, your weight is bigger till you decide to make a payment and this way you are receiving more stakes.

Now, if you made the mistake to only stake coins from one input transaction (i.e. you have only one incoming payment of, lets say 20 million coins, you just bought a pile of coins and want to stake them), then yes, your weight will be destroyed and moved to a different address (a change address) each time you send out a payment. But, as I mentioned above, it is wrong trying to stake this way, even without taking into account the fact that your stakes would be much less this way (with each stake, you can't stake again till the previous one confirms).

Example: about three months ago, I wanted to introduce a friend of mine to the world of crypto and I chose Litedoge as his first coin. So, after having him setup a wallet, I sent him a large number of coins in transactions of 2,000,000 coins each. This way he could stake them much better and use them around if he would choose to do so, without an impact to his weight. Now he is happy & wanting more and tries out other coins as well.

What you are actually asking above is to have the ability to sell the coins earned from staking. Well, send them to an exchange or to whoever is interested to buy them and you are just fine.

You can't send them for 501 confirmations while they mature.  After 501 confirmations they are already trying to stake again, so sending them destroys that weight even if you just want to send a little bit.  One thing that I would use sending only the stake rewards (staketo or multisend...whatever we want to call it) would be for a faucet that automatically is refilled from my wallet.  Even if this was used for selling stake rewards on the exchange it might actually reduce sell pressure because there wouldn't be the incentive to send all the coins that were used to find the stake to the exchange.

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October 21, 2015, 06:41:39 AM
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ldoge need to be on cryptsy

No what LDOGE needs is some direction, which IMO is clearly lacking!

There is a large community that support this coin, but nothing ever seems to either get done or get suggested, which is a shame, this should easily be a 10 sat coin.

I agree, the real issues are the indecisiveness regarding the wallet upgrade, high reward structure and possible fork.

The wallet developers must finalise the wallet upgrade and make a final decision regarding the rewards/forking.

That isn't really what I meant, I mean other than buying - holding - staking - dumping, what else is there you can really do with LDOGE ?

It needs direction, but more importantly a purpose, as of right now it has none, other than what I just wrote above.....

Ok, but we still need that wallet upgrade to update/add links.

One of LiteDoge's possible purposes is to become a tipping coin (https://twitter.com/litedogetips) like neucoin (www.neucoin.org).  

Also can look at micro-payment solutions for online/mobile games and micro-transaction solutions for premium content (pay-per-view) etc.
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October 21, 2015, 07:09:15 AM
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l'Doge

you're better than neu ... so don't bark up that nutty squirrels tree

and yes focus on creating a pro-tippin, funny, perhaps zanny community

get a full functional WIN wallet ... it doesn't seem to work ... w00f!

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October 21, 2015, 07:57:32 AM
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You can't send them for 501 confirmations while they mature.  After 501 confirmations they are already trying to stake again, so sending them destroys that weight even if you just want to send a little bit.  One thing that I would use sending only the stake rewards (staketo or multisend...whatever we want to call it) would be for a faucet that automatically is refilled from my wallet.  Even if this was used for selling stake rewards on the exchange it might actually reduce sell pressure because there wouldn't be the incentive to send all the coins that were used to find the stake to the exchange.


Uhmmm....
Coins need approx. 8 hours to mature, this is the time needed for 501 confirmations. You're saying this like they need a couple of weeks to be available! And sending them destroys their weight, not your entire address.
Again, the problem arises when you have only one or two inputs to stake. You need more to stake effectively and protect your weight when you send out coins.
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October 21, 2015, 03:44:20 PM
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I do have many large inputs, so I am mostly brainstorming to make the barrier of entry lower for new people.  I always recombine transactions when they split below 1m, and I can send coins at that time using the custom change address.  Do you guys think that adding a setstakesplitthreshold command so that transactions wouldn't split below a certain threshold would be a good improvement?

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October 21, 2015, 11:28:00 PM
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the setstakesplitthreshold sounds a lot better than the idea of a function to automatically send transactions under X amount into bocks of 1mil back to myself.
Easier on the user for sure.
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October 23, 2015, 06:31:18 AM
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Join us and earn some LiteDoge's!



... LiteDoge POSing Yoga Style ...

You can earn LiteDoge by finding blocks - Proof of Stake (POS)

Have your coins in your wallet for over 8 hours then they will become eligible for staking and finding blocks.
The time it takes to find a block depends on the amount of coins you are staking.

Run wallet (litedoge-qt.exe - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1077390.0)
Wait till it's synced
Unlock wallet
Happy staking (POSING)

Minimum of 25mil LDOGE is recommended for POSING
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October 23, 2015, 06:45:46 AM
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Join us and earn some LiteDoge's!



Wrecking Ball Project - Mine LiteDoge Today!

Goto Prohashing (https://prohashing.com/ )

Click on "register" in the upper right corner of the site and choose a username and password.
Registration requires no personal information.

Setup Payout

o Configure payout proportions and payout addresses
o Go to Settings > Add new coin (LiteDogecoin)
o Drag bar to 100% payout
o Click Save button
o Enter LiteDoge Payout Address (get address from your wallet)
o Click check box - Ignore Threshold payout
o Click Save button

Setup Miner

o Point your miner toward prohashing.com:3333 pool
o Use the same username as you use to log into the website.
o Enter a blank password or use password arguments, which enable powerful features for controlling miners and mined coins.

e.g. litedoge.bat file:

cgminer.exe --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://prohashing.com:3333 -u username -p 12345678 -I 16 -w 256 --thread-concurrency 32765

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October 23, 2015, 09:45:12 AM
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Join us and earn some LiteDoge's!



Wrecking Ball Project - Mine LiteDoge Today!

Goto Prohashing (https://prohashing.com/ )

Click on "register" in the upper right corner of the site and choose a username and password.
Registration requires no personal information.

Setup Payout

o Configure payout proportions and payout addresses
o Go to Settings > Add new coin (LiteDogecoin)
o Drag bar to 100% payout
o Click Save button
o Enter LiteDoge Payout Address (get address from your wallet)
o Click check box - Ignore Threshold payout
o Click Save button

Setup Miner

o Point your miner toward prohashing.com:3333 pool
o Use the same username as you use to log into the website.
o Enter a blank password or use password arguments, which enable powerful features for controlling miners and mined coins.

e.g. litedoge.bat file:

cgminer.exe --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://prohashing.com:3333 -u username -p 12345678 -I 16 -w 256 --thread-concurrency 32765



That is awesome!  You can get paid out in LDOGE straight to your wallet!  The scrypt profitability is quite good.

I mine mostly in other algorithms because I don't have very much scrypt hashrate, only gridseeds.  I am mining with my GPU and my sha256 asic on the multipool xpool.ca and using an address on cryptopia to buy more LDOGE  Grin !  The algorithm I am mining is Lyra2REv2 and I am making a lot more LDOGE then on my gridseeds or even my sha256 asic and this is a video card I spent $50 on  Cool   Here is the bitcointalk for the pool I use https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=650952.0

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October 23, 2015, 11:28:32 PM
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50 billion coins maximum (approx)is going to make the price on the low side. Plus,  I lost a 8 million in the great fork or whatever happened. I staked them back, though. But it made a bit of a difference to feelings. Someone stole a bunch of it, too (according to one of the explorers it is on). So there is a bit murky side to overcome.

In truth, however,  I think it is one of the most interesting coins out there. None of them do anything anyway, so litedoge cannot be accused of doing nothing either.

Some of the artwork is very attractive, cute and funny. It is self-deprecating which makes it far funnier than big doge.

It takes a rethink and some honest evaluation, but litedoge has more latent potential than many coins.

You need a strategist on the team, one able to cut through the crap and promote all the clever touches that have already been added to it.

Litedoge the cartoon! (I am only half kidding). There is something very marketable that I have not seen in other coins. It has a somethig factor about it. But it means working and working and taking a chance, and the guidance of someone with expertise.

I really like it.  Kiss






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October 24, 2015, 10:13:09 AM
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I don't know what you guys are saying but I already feel like a billionaire, even with the price at 1 Sat  Grin
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October 25, 2015, 10:41:24 AM
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I don't know what you guys are saying but I already feel like a billionaire, even with the price at 1 Sat  Grin



... LiteDoge giving the paw up ...


Interesting doggie links:

http://pawup.com/
The purr-fect social network for pets and owners alike! Let your pets get in on the social media frenzy. PawUp is a social network that is dedicated to all pet species. It is designed for your pets, allowing them to connect and interact with other pets.

http://www.sopets.com/
First off we have SoPets, a blog offering advice on looking after pets, fun pictures, an “Adoption” section, and information on exotic pets. It’s a lively site with a fun design, so have a look around.

http://www.webvet.com/main/
Before madly dashing off to your nearest vet, you can search through Web Vet‘s database for common ailments among animals. What could be a simple issue easily treated can save you time and money, and the site can provide additional information on how to care for your pet.

http://www.pethealthinfo.org.uk/
Here you can find a huge range of information about various pets. The site is particularly useful for anyone intending to buy a pet, as you can look up fundamental information you’ll need. Pet Health Information also offers some freebies, such as a free calendar and downloadable gifts and cars.

http://www.caninejournal.com/foods-not-to-feed-dog/
Canine Journal offer a very handy list of foods/beverages you really shouldn’t feed your dog. From the obvious (alcohol), to lesser known food stuffs like avocado and cat food. As dogs have a habit of mischievously snatching food, it’s worth considering what not to keep lying around in your dog’s line of sight.

https://www.doggiebuddy.com/topics/Trainingtopics/traintopic3.html
There are plenty of dog trick websites, and one great example is Doggie Buddy’s 52 Tricks To Teach Your Dog. This is an exhaustive list of new tricks which you can try and get your pet to obey – failing the more elaborate ones you can at least begin with “sit” and “stay”. A positive inauguration for any dog beast.

http://www.bringfido.com/
Taking your pets with you on holiday is becoming an increasingly popular notion. Many hotels are catering for this craze, and you can use Bring Fido to peruse which lodging best suits you and your woof dog.
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October 25, 2015, 10:53:01 AM
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10 benefits of owning a dog

1. You’ll exercise more.

Owning a dog can motivate you to exercise every day. On those days when it might be easy to skip a workout, looking at your dog standing by the door waiting to go for a walk can give you the push you need to get out there. Taking your dog for a 30 minute walk every day can greatly improve your health.

2. You’ll feel less stressed.

There have been lots of studies that have shown how dogs decrease stress levels. Petting your dog, playing with your dog, and simply watching your dog can reduce your stress each day. Research shows that dog ownership reduces stress hormones and the effects usually outweigh the stress caused by caring for a dog.

3. Your social life may improve.

Not only does walking your dog help you to get exercise, it might also help you get a date. People are more likely to stop and talk with you when you’re walking a dog. Going to the dog park or taking your dogs to run errands can also lead to strangers striking up conversations with you about your dog.

4. You may detect cancer sooner.

A dog’s amazing sense of smell can be used for a variety of purposes, including cancer detection. Many dog owners have reported their dog sniffing, licking, or nudging spots that later turned out to be cancerous. One of the unexpected benefits of having a dog is that it may even save your life by helping you to detect cancer.

5. Your kids will be less likely to have allergies.

Children who are raised around a dog are less likely to have allergies. In fact, living in a home with a dog can help kids grow up to have an increased immunity to pet allergies later in life.

6. Your heart will be healthier.

Studies have shown that petting a dog lowers a person’s heart rate. Therefore, dog owners are more likely to have a healthy heart. In fact, some research has shown that dog owners are much more likely to survive a heart attack compared to non-dog owners. Male pet owners in particular tend to experience a reduced rate of heart disease.

7. You’re less likely to feel depressed.

The benefits of dog ownership extend to your mental health as well. Dog owners are less likely to be depressed. Dog owners who have been diagnosed with clinical depression aren’t likely to be as depressed as other people. Caring for a dog helps relieve symptoms of depression and encourages people to be more positive.

8. You can grow old gracefully.

Dog ownership benefits elderly people in many ways. Alzheimer’s patients have fewer outbursts when there is a dog in the home. Caregivers of elderly patients report less stress. Dogs offer wonderful companionship for the elderly as well.

9. Your risk for general illness decreases.

Dog owners experience fewer health problems. Dog owners tend to have lower triglyceride and cholesterol levels compared to non-dog owners. Dogs expose their owners to a lot of germs, which can help build up a human’s immunity to disease. As a result, dog owners get sick less often and less severely than non-dog owners.

10.  You’ll feel safer.

Dogs can be an effective home security system. Studies show that barking dogs deter burglars. Just knowing that you’ve got a dog who can use its keen sense of hearing to detect anyone prowling around can help increase your sense of security, which is good for both your mental and physical health.

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October 25, 2015, 08:29:55 PM
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LiteDoge - Supports Free-Market

"Around the world, economic central planning is taking a nasty beating, and governments are working overtime to hold it all together. On the ground, the people are tired of being cheated and lied to, and some have even begun to recognize the wisdom in Albert Einstein’s quote, “We cannot solve our problems with the same level of thinking that created them.” The dominos are starting to fall, and people are being jolted awake by visions of naked emperors marching across the river Rubicon."
Quote Credit: BitShares Community Newsletter - https://bitshares.org/newsletter/2015/nullstreet/the_nullstreet_journal_0-5.pdf

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October 25, 2015, 10:27:24 PM
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Oh no, not marching....
naked emperors.... whipped and beaten badly, crawling their way to the river Rubicon while we make sure their wounds are filled with salt!
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October 26, 2015, 04:02:46 AM
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LOTS of free LDOGE given away daily via TIPS and RAINS on IRC!!!  I'm really not sure why more of you aren't there...  you know the link.  It's NOT difficult... and we have FUN!!!!!!!!!!!!
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