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June 30, 2015, 08:59:56 PM
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on 5-25 i sent all my ldoges to my v1 old wallet...  I just now updated to the newest wallet... looks like i only lost a few million coins.

When did this fork happen?

The fork occurred on 2015-06-29  at 13:00:00 UTC.

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June 30, 2015, 09:01:17 PM
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Looks like cex is on the wrong chain. Can anyone confirm that they can withdraw from CEX?

I sent them a support ticket yesterday asking them to update.  Hopefully they will get around to it soon if they have not done so already.

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June 30, 2015, 09:48:27 PM
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And....

We are also on MultiFaucet
Faucet
http://www.multifaucet.tk/index.php?faucet=LDOGE
Explorer
http://www.multifaucet.tk/index.php?blockexplorer=LDOGE

Added in the directory.
http://www.litedogecoin.org/directory.php


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June 30, 2015, 10:38:26 PM
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Hey, I was looking over the list of bounties that need to be funded, and I noticed Multisignature/ Masternodes / Private Messages.  Multisignature and private messages are solid features any quality coin should have, even if they may not be used too often.  I'm curious what the current consensus is on masternodes though.  I was never a fan of the original plan to add masternodes.  I know some felt the same way, some did not.  I understand they add darksend and instantx which is a positive, but adding that layer of complexity seems to go against the whole spirit of what made the original DOGE great.  It was simple, fun, easy and perfect for newbies to crypto.  I think it is to the benefit of LDOGE to stay with that same spirit.  LDOGE is like DOGE, but you get more LDOGE when you keep your wallet open!  As DOGE appealed to an audience that never held any BTC before, LDOGE can appeal to those who have never held a POS coin before.  Of course there is nothing forcing anyone to go through the process of setting up a masternode, but every conversation with a potential LDOGE buyer will inevitably get injected with "but you'll get even more LDOGE if you set up a masternode".  Then things start getting complicated and casuals and newbies to the crypto world lose interest.

LDOGE doesn't need darksend.  It's not exactly the type of coin that is trying to appeal to the anonymity/privacy/dark market niche.  As far as a DOGE focused on that niche goes, we already have DOGED.  As far as I know, all they are using is stealth addresses and TOR routing.  LDOGE should simply go down that route if people want some privacy/anonymity features added.  I am sure that is more than sufficient for 99% of users who even care about having it in the first place.

InstantX also seems unnecessary.  LDOGE already has 64 second block times and for all intents and purposes, you can be confident accepting LDOGE after a handful of confirms.

On top of all that, they add another headache for the LDOGE developers.  If DRK/DSH finds another vulnerability in their implementation of masternodes, LDOGE devs need to do another fork.  Also, virtually every thread on a POS coin with masternodes turns into a technical support/troubleshooting thread.

We all know masternodes started getting rammed into every POS coin because they were being shilled as a way to tie up more coins, hoping to duplicate the success DRK/DSH had.  Going by the price of virtually every one of these coins, they have failed miserably in that goal.

I suggest changing that list from 'Multisignature/Masternodes /Private Messages' to 'Multisignature/Private Messages/Stealth Addresses/TOR routing' and add on another 2 million LDOGE bounty.  Hell, I'll even donate the 8 million LDOGE to fund all those bounties.

Ok, end rant.  Curious what everyone else thinks.

You are fast. I updated the bounties today.
With some more staking I received there is a total of 0.84 BTC for webdevelopers who want to earn some money:
http://www.litedogecoin.org/directory.php

The bounties are things I feel which will make litedoge stronger. For the most important features, I donated many litedoges, for features with less priority, the community is free to donate if they believe it is beneficial.

Since it is a community coin, the community can decide.

P.S. I also updated the about and merchant page. I look forward for some feedback.
http://www.litedogecoin.org/about.php
http://www.litedogecoin.org/become-a-merchant.php



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July 01, 2015, 12:03:55 AM
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Very good work with the fork, but I do hope you integrate the block time part soon. Too much inflation is bad.

The bounties look also good. I will donate for the payment plugins this tomorrow.

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July 01, 2015, 03:08:03 AM
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Very good work with the fork, but I do hope you integrate the block time part soon. Too much inflation is bad.

The bounties look also good. I will donate for the payment plugins this tomorrow.

Implementing the block time part will be something in the future.  It will cause another hard fork and we do not want to do that again too soon.  We do want to change it at some point in the not too distant future though.

I also agree about the bounties....they are a great idea that will get many more involved and behind LDOGE Smiley

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July 01, 2015, 03:43:05 AM
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Very good work with the fork, but I do hope you integrate the block time part soon. Too much inflation is bad.

The bounties look also good. I will donate for the payment plugins this tomorrow.

Implementing the block time part will be something in the future.  It will cause another hard fork and we do not want to do that again too soon.  We do want to change it at some point in the not too distant future though.

I also agree about the bounties....they are a great idea that will get many more involved and behind LDOGE Smiley
More community involvement = good 100% of the time  Cool
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July 01, 2015, 06:04:36 AM
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What was the issue with this fork? Why was it implemented?

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July 01, 2015, 07:17:51 AM
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You are fast. I updated the bounties today.
With some more staking I received there is a total of 0.84 BTC for webdevelopers who want to earn some money:
http://www.litedogecoin.org/directory.php

The bounties are things I feel which will make litedoge stronger. For the most important features, I donated many litedoges, for features with less priority, the community is free to donate if they believe it is beneficial.

Since it is a community coin, the community can decide.

P.S. I also updated the about and merchant page. I look forward for some feedback.
http://www.litedogecoin.org/about.php
http://www.litedogecoin.org/become-a-merchant.php


Actually, that is the first time I ever looked at it.  I haven't been paying very close attention to litedoge lately so decided to poke around the website and see what new developments I've missed.  Very nice system for funding and paying bounties, and the website is gorgeous.  Sent 5 million towards the payment processors and 9.5 million to finish funding a cloud staking wallet.  Makes me feel better about disappearing for ages, hoarding my stakes, while you guys are here doing all the hard work!

Another idea for a bounty would be to implement the multisend feature from HYP and HBN into litedoge.  It allows you to automatically send a specified portion of your stake reward every time you mine a block to whatever address you specify.  Which feeds into my next idea, an LDOGE charity fund.  Naturally, it should be for helping dogs.  Like a no kill dog shelter for rescuing strays or something.

Obviously, once multisend were implemented you could use it exactly like you would in HYP or HBN, but my idea would tie it in with the charity fund.  Put an inconspicuous check box somewhere in the UI where people can, with one click, begin automatically sending 10% of their stake to the charity fund address.  Charity fund coins are sold, converted to fiat, and whoever manages the fund can deliver the proceeds to the official litedoge charity, whatever that ends up being.

Now no one likes the idea of a monthly guaranteed dump on the litedoge market from the charity fund.  But, I wouldn't expect it amount to anything substantial enough to do any major damage.  I think the community outreach and positive PR generated from a program like this will more than offset any damage done by the monthly charity dump, by a large margin.  And we get to help some doges too Smiley

"Stake LiteDoge to save the doges!"

It could be a great marketing campaign.

What was the issue with this fork? Why was it implemented?

To slowly begin reducing stake reward.

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July 01, 2015, 09:07:09 AM
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This Faucet is not working http://faucet.litedogecoin.org/
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July 01, 2015, 01:05:11 PM
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This Faucet is not working http://faucet.litedogecoin.org/

Working on fixing that now.. looks like a database issue Smiley

EDIT : Now Fixed

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July 01, 2015, 01:44:09 PM
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lite shit ,ha haaa  Grin

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July 01, 2015, 01:48:34 PM
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lite shit ,ha haaa  Grin

Lite shit that is going places and making people money.

Only a blind man would miss this opportunity Smiley

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July 01, 2015, 02:04:34 PM
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lite shit ,ha haaa  Grin

Lite shit that is going places and making people money.

Only a blind man would miss this opportunity Smiley

who said he can see?
ROFL!
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July 01, 2015, 02:06:19 PM
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What was the issue with this fork? Why was it implemented?

to gradually reduce stake rewards because they are too high
and some more minor changes
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July 01, 2015, 02:11:12 PM
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Wow got some more donations and updated the list:
http://www.litedogecoin.org/bounties.php

This was exactly what I wanted, people sending LDOGE for their favourite feature. Finally more and more peole

@SockPuppetAccount, you got so many good ideas + you are very generous. Thnx, this is what we need!
Multisend, Charity Fund added, What's the of sending staking to a cause?

@Heaven can you compile a list of good causes and add it as a poll here?
It would be very good PR if we as a community donate to features but also good causes. In fact we can even make a press statement and sent it to media outlets.
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July 01, 2015, 02:15:09 PM
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Wow got some more donations and updated the list:
http://www.litedogecoin.org/bounties.php

This was exactly what I wanted, people sending LDOGE for their favourite feature. Finally more and more peole

@SockPuppetAccount, you got so many good ideas + you are very generous. Thnx, this is what we need!
Multisend, Charity Fund added, What's the of sending staking to a cause?

@Heaven can you compile a list of good causes and add it as a poll here?
It would be very good PR if we as a community donate to features but also good causes. In fact we can even make a press statement and sent it to media outlets.

I'm a good cause honest  Grin

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July 01, 2015, 02:16:46 PM
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Now no one likes the idea of a monthly guaranteed dump on the litedoge market from the charity fund.  But, I wouldn't expect it amount to anything substantial enough to do any major damage.  I think the community outreach and positive PR generated from a program like this will more than offset any damage done by the monthly charity dump, by a large margin.  And we get to help some doges too Smiley

"Stake LiteDoge to save the doges!"

It could be a great marketing campaign.

To slowly begin reducing stake reward.

Very sharp. I made a BTC address too.

I hope the Dev's can change the block time asap. On paper we made a 'fix' for the ultra high POS, but now nothing has changed. The lower stake rate won't kick in for ages. The block time should have sold this.

@litedoge can you boost it on fb/twitter
@the rest please sent the url to any developers you know:
http://www.litedogecoin.org/bounties.php

We got 1.5 BTC in bounties.
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July 01, 2015, 02:18:54 PM
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Now no one likes the idea of a monthly guaranteed dump on the litedoge market from the charity fund.  But, I wouldn't expect it amount to anything substantial enough to do any major damage.  I think the community outreach and positive PR generated from a program like this will more than offset any damage done by the monthly charity dump, by a large margin.  And we get to help some doges too Smiley

"Stake LiteDoge to save the doges!"

It could be a great marketing campaign.

To slowly begin reducing stake reward.

Very sharp. I made a BTC address too.

<b>I hope the Dev's can change the block time asap. On paper we made a 'fix' for the ultra high POS, but now nothing has changed. The lower stake rate won't kick in for ages. The block time should have sold this.</b>

@litedoge can you boost it on fb/twitter
@the rest please sent the url to any developers you know:
http://www.litedogecoin.org/bounties.php

We got 1.5 BTC in bounties.

I would have thought there is enough of us around to do some off exchange trading with the charity fund to save it even hitting the exchanges.

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July 01, 2015, 02:23:43 PM
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I would have thought there is enough of us around to do some off exchange trading with the charity fund to save it even hitting the exchanges.

Sounds good. Let's get it to 10M and hand over the funds. Would you do that crunck?

I just donated 5M to get it started
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