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December 10, 2015, 09:06:07 PM
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If I have for example 10mil Litedoge, will I receive after 10 hours the staked coins?

This depends on many factors, like current network weight, current difficulty, your internet connection, the machine you are using to stake them etc. 10 million LDOGE is a relatively small amount to stake right now. I believe you will receive at least one stake within 24h but can't be sure exactly how much.

I have a friend staking 20 million coins right now and receives 3 to 6 stake rewards per day.
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December 10, 2015, 09:14:35 PM
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you guys have any working nodes, can't sync, been out of the game for a bit. just got the new wallet and still 0 connections
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December 10, 2015, 09:22:16 PM
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you guys have any working nodes, can't sync, been out of the game for a bit. just got the new wallet and still 0 connections

some working nodes:
198.245.50.213
85.25.214.214
68.196.27.118
45.32.238.77
98.186.65.97
173.245.157.67
24.7.144.109
192.52.167.158
71.33.158.187
101.165.90.37
167.160.36.9
173.24.12.46
82.66.55.40
82.46.79.119
67.249.44.206

Try them and your client will probably pick up more
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December 10, 2015, 10:34:57 PM
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If I have for example 10mil Litedoge, will I receive after 10 hours the staked coins?

This depends on many factors, like current network weight, current difficulty, your internet connection, the machine you are using to stake them etc. 10 million LDOGE is a relatively small amount to stake right now. I believe you will receive at least one stake within 24h but can't be sure exactly how much.

I have a friend staking 20 million coins right now and receives 3 to 6 stake rewards per day.
Thanks for the declaration.
I look forward to use this coin for staking in future.

Cheers
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December 11, 2015, 03:32:01 AM
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you guys have any working nodes, can't sync, been out of the game for a bit. just got the new wallet and still 0 connections

some working nodes:
198.245.50.213
85.25.214.214
68.196.27.118
45.32.238.77
98.186.65.97
173.245.157.67
24.7.144.109
192.52.167.158
71.33.158.187
101.165.90.37
167.160.36.9
173.24.12.46
82.66.55.40
82.46.79.119
67.249.44.206

Try them and your client will probably pick up more

Thanks brother, syncing now
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December 11, 2015, 09:32:04 PM
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If I have for example 10mil Litedoge, will I receive after 10 hours the staked coins?

This depends on many factors, like current network weight, current difficulty, your internet connection, the machine you are using to stake them etc. 10 million LDOGE is a relatively small amount to stake right now. I believe you will receive at least one stake within 24h but can't be sure exactly how much.

I have a friend staking 20 million coins right now and receives 3 to 6 stake rewards per day.

I will start buying 30 million LiteDoge, but I need to know an estimate on how long I would get ROI. Let's suppose I run 4 Raspberry Pis, and each would have a balance to stake 7,500,000 LDOGE running 24/7. Would I get to see ROI fast, or would it take longer?  Huh

 

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December 11, 2015, 09:38:47 PM
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If I have for example 10mil Litedoge, will I receive after 10 hours the staked coins?

This depends on many factors, like current network weight, current difficulty, your internet connection, the machine you are using to stake them etc. 10 million LDOGE is a relatively small amount to stake right now. I believe you will receive at least one stake within 24h but can't be sure exactly how much.

I have a friend staking 20 million coins right now and receives 3 to 6 stake rewards per day.

I will start buying 30 million LiteDoge, but I need to know an estimate on how long I would get ROI. Let's suppose I run 4 Raspberry Pis, and each would have a balance to stake 7,500,000 LDOGE running 24/7. Would I get to see ROI fast, or would it take longer?  Huh

Fast and longer are relative terms.  Also no one can guarantee ROI in a certain timeframe on any crypto.  The market conditions can change quickly impacting ROI positively or negatively.

To answer your question about staking 30,000,000 on 4 different Raspberry Pi SBCs, I would expect maybe 1 stake a day or fewer on each of them with an initial balance of 7.5M.  It would be better to keep them together in one wallet at 30,000,000 to increase staking chances.  With that amount you would stake several times a day, with my best current estimate being somewhere between 3-10 times a day but probably closer to 3 than 10 on most days.  At the current staking reward of 20,000 that would be anywhere from 60,000 to 200,000 LDOGE received a day from staking.

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December 11, 2015, 10:33:44 PM
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If I have for example 10mil Litedoge, will I receive after 10 hours the staked coins?

This depends on many factors, like current network weight, current difficulty, your internet connection, the machine you are using to stake them etc. 10 million LDOGE is a relatively small amount to stake right now. I believe you will receive at least one stake within 24h but can't be sure exactly how much.

I have a friend staking 20 million coins right now and receives 3 to 6 stake rewards per day.

I will start buying 30 million LiteDoge, but I need to know an estimate on how long I would get ROI. Let's suppose I run 4 Raspberry Pis, and each would have a balance to stake 7,500,000 LDOGE running 24/7. Would I get to see ROI fast, or would it take longer?  Huh

Fast and longer are relative terms.  Also no one can guarantee ROI in a certain timeframe on any crypto.  The market conditions can change quickly impacting ROI positively or negatively.

To answer your question about staking 30,000,000 on 4 different Raspberry Pi SBCs, I would expect maybe 1 stake a day or fewer on each of them with an initial balance of 7.5M.  It would be better to keep them together in one wallet at 30,000,000 to increase staking chances.  With that amount you would stake several times a day, with my best current estimate being somewhere between 3-10 times a day but probably closer to 3 than 10 on most days.  At the current staking reward of 20,000 that would be anywhere from 60,000 to 200,000 LDOGE received a day from staking.

Great, thanks for the information! The staking reward looks great and I will follow your advice regarding doing so with my Raspberry Pis. Is there any way I could keep up to date with current stake reward? How do I see that on the wallet?  Grin

 

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December 12, 2015, 12:32:05 AM
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Great, thanks for the information! The staking reward looks great and I will follow your advice regarding doing so with my Raspberry Pis. Is there any way I could keep up to date with current stake reward? How do I see that on the wallet?  Grin

The stake reward depends on the block, see the OP page for a chart. As I type this, we are on block 351511. Till block 369999, the stake reward is 20000 LDOGE.

Stake will be reduced from block 370000 till block 414999 to 18000 LDOGE (and so on)
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December 12, 2015, 12:46:21 AM
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Great, thanks for the information! The staking reward looks great and I will follow your advice regarding doing so with my Raspberry Pis. Is there any way I could keep up to date with current stake reward? How do I see that on the wallet?  Grin

Also, a good idea would be to avoid staking your coins in just one block. If, for example, you want to stake 30 million coins, it would be better to move them into your wallet with 10 transactions of 3 million each, to increase chances of staking. A single 30 million coins transaction would enable you to stake once and then wait for confirmation till you are eligible to stake again.
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December 12, 2015, 01:23:27 PM
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As requested by Heathkid I have sent ALL the donation funds to dFpa4FCnYDaNBuHgKi14eH3PgQKqKY69Sh

Status: 1/unconfirmed, broadcast through 18 node(s)
Date: 12/12/2015 13:21
To: dFpa4FCnYDaNBuHgKi14eH3PgQKqKY69Sh
Debit: -22846000.00 LDOGE
Transaction fee: -0.15 LDOGE
Net amount: -22846000.15 LDOGE
Transaction ID: f3bbda8d8b8c6813c153e2bda43367a27ef9f0c922dc79c03cc24c4c4df13601-000

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December 12, 2015, 08:46:22 PM
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Great, thanks for the information! The staking reward looks great and I will follow your advice regarding doing so with my Raspberry Pis. Is there any way I could keep up to date with current stake reward? How do I see that on the wallet?  Grin

Also, a good idea would be to avoid staking your coins in just one block. If, for example, you want to stake 30 million coins, it would be better to move them into your wallet with 10 transactions of 3 million each, to increase chances of staking. A single 30 million coins transaction would enable you to stake once and then wait for confirmation till you are eligible to stake again.

I didn't knew that. Thanks for the information mate! I guess I need to familiarize myself with PoS coins, as I mostly mine PoW ones. I will try this at home and see the results.  Grin

 

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December 12, 2015, 09:53:01 PM
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Does anyone know if their exchanges left with buy orders for litedoge? I try to selling my litedoge for weeks now but either there is no volume or no buy orders??

Quite sad to see what has happened with this coin.
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December 13, 2015, 12:25:23 AM
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Does anyone know if their exchanges left with buy orders for litedoge? I try to selling my litedoge for weeks now but either there is no volume or no buy orders??

Quite sad to see what has happened with this coin.

Right now Litedoge is listed only on Cryptopia and Yobit. There are few buy orders that usually get fulfilled immediately.
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December 14, 2015, 04:11:54 PM
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Does anyone know if their exchanges left with buy orders for litedoge? I try to selling my litedoge for weeks now but either there is no volume or no buy orders??

Quite sad to see what has happened with this coin.
You can gladly go sell your LDOGE to me over at Cryptopia Smiley I'm always looking to get some more to add to my bag Cheesy

 

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December 17, 2015, 05:09:22 AM
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Does anyone know if their exchanges left with buy orders for litedoge? I try to selling my litedoge for weeks now but either there is no volume or no buy orders??

Quite sad to see what has happened with this coin.
You can gladly go sell your LDOGE to me over at Cryptopia Smiley I'm always looking to get some more to add to my bag Cheesy

That's the spirit!!!  What is happening with this coin is only beginning.
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December 17, 2015, 06:19:23 AM
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Let`s coinroll Litedoge. Exchange 10 litedoge for one Litedoge v2.0
And let`s burn all coins who are forgotten to exchange.


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December 17, 2015, 06:49:17 AM
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Let`s coinroll Litedoge. Exchange 10 litedoge for one Litedoge v2.0
Great...
And what's the difference between Litedoge vs Litedoge v2.0?
The same as Litedoge v2.0 vs Litedoge v3.0?

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Whether we like it or not, some people want to sell them. For one reason or another, they don't want to stake. I don't think this would be fair.
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December 17, 2015, 07:08:07 AM
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Let`s coinroll Litedoge. Exchange 10 litedoge for one Litedoge v2.0
Great...
And what's the difference between Litedoge vs Litedoge v2.0?
The same as Litedoge v2.0 vs Litedoge v3.0?

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Whether we like it or not, some people want to sell them. For one reason or another, they don't want to stake. I don't think this would be fair.

No i mean, just coinroll say 1 February 2016, anyone who forgets, there coins will be burned in June.
Same as Amstedam coin, price spiked after the burn.
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And what's the difference between Litedoge vs Litedoge v2.0?
The same as Litedoge v2.0 vs Litedoge v3.0?
That for example 10 litedoges will be only 1. The price for 1 litedoge is the same as 10 litedoge now.
Less coins!

If we no something this coins will die. If its not dead already.

We need to do this, think/suggest something.

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December 17, 2015, 10:01:43 AM
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No i mean, just coinroll say 1 February 2016, anyone who forgets, there coins will be burned in June.
Same as Amstedam coin, price spiked after the burn.
And you believe Amsterdam coin is a success story?
Maybe would be, for the bagholders

That for example 10 litedoges will be only 1. The price for 1 litedoge is the same as 10 litedoge now.
Less coins!
This doesn't solve anything, actually. I don't really care if one coin worths 1 satoshi, or if I would exchange 10 coins for "v2.0" that would worth 10 satoshi....

If we no something this coins will die. If its not dead already.
We need to do this, think/suggest something.
If anything is needed to be done, this is making Litedoge widely "acceptable". A while ago, we were discussing of ways to make the coin widely known and adopted as a coin. This means used in transactions. There is a huge list of altcoins that only exist to be exchanged and/or staked. In my humble opinion, these shouldn't even be called "coins".

Just 24 hours ago, I made a purchase from one of the vendors that used to accept Litedoge for payment. Of course I asked "do you accept Litedoge for payment or I should send you BTC instead?" - knowing what his answer would be but I had to ask this question. Not because I wanted to get rid of several millions off my bag, but because I needed to know if it is still accounted as a coin.

Usability and acceptance are the key words. There are some coins that will never die, as long as people are using them for their needs and transactions. In fact, they only gain value over time. All the other "coins" are doomed to be forgotten after making a cycle, it may be a big or a smaller one but it would still be a cycle.

So, whoever wants to suggest anything, make it something that would make me say "wow, I want this coin because I can buy cool stuff with it".


litedoge, where the heck are you??
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