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Author Topic: [ANN] LiteDoge - such Community coin | no premine | very fast | much profit  (Read 106343 times)
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July 12, 2015, 05:59:41 PM
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Tipping madness over at reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/litedoge/comments/3d10b1/let_the_tipping_madness_begin/

Thanks Dogedart
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July 13, 2015, 02:42:55 AM
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Here is the final official LiteDoge poker chip:




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Thanks for all the feedback.

You can purchase here! http://www.cryptochips.net/




500 LDOGE to litedoge... when LDOGE moons u'll thank me Wink

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July 13, 2015, 08:56:02 AM
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... LiteDoge PoSing ...
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July 13, 2015, 09:13:43 AM
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The reddit tipbot is up and running

https://www.reddit.com/r/litedoge/wiki/index

Steps to Take:

Register with bot

+register

You will receive a reply with a new Reddit LDOGE Tipbot LiteDoge address.

Get your LDOGE bot balance

+info

View your tipping history

+history

To Withdraw

+Withdraw

Accept a tip if not registered with the bot

+accept

Deposits

Send LDOGE to your new address.

• How do I view my tipbot ldoge address?

• +register or +info


Notes:

•Please use the Withdraw function of ldogetipbot. Do not store large amounts, Please Stake and tip them. All functions of bot now working

Syntax and how to Tip

The following units are configured keywords

(ldg|ldoge|ldogecoin|ldogecoins)

To Tip author of a comment - Reply with

+/u/ldogetipbot x ldoge

To tip reddit user

+/u/ldogetipbot [@user|ADDRESS] x ldoge

e.g.:

+/u/ldogetipbot @thedoctor___ x ldoge

+/u/ldogetipbot dDpcgpmV7Hdq3MnSNJuh9qs4hs68aby4eg x ldoge

+withdraw LDOGEaddess amount LDG

ldogetipbot Donation address dDpcgpmV7Hdq3MnSNJuh9qs4hs68aby4eg
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July 13, 2015, 12:38:46 PM
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Thank you ___thedoctor___ for reddit tipbot.

https://www.reddit.com/r/litedoge/wiki/index

Sent 100 000 LDOGE to ldogetipbot Donation address dDpcgpmV7Hdq3MnSNJuh9qs4hs68aby4eg

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July 14, 2015, 01:33:24 PM
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community takeovers are a waste of time. Good luck.

wrong

look at DMD Diamonds which had a community takeover early 2014
and how successful it is now

such things can work great
if dedicated people lead a coin
instead of create dump let it die devs
who start one coin after the other

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July 14, 2015, 06:33:34 PM
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community takeovers are a waste of time. Good luck.

wrong

look at DMD Diamonds which had a community takeover early 2014
and how successful it is now

such things can work great
if dedicated people lead a coin
instead of create dump let it die devs
who start one coin after the other

You are correct.

In the case of LiteDoge and many other crypto coins the term "Community Takeover" actually means "Community Managed/Driven".

It is inevitable that dev's will eventually leave their coin for some reason or other, which results in a "community takeover".

This is where communities have direct control over key project decisions as well as the management thereof. Thus the potential gains of a "community takeover" are undoubtedly large, reversing existing power relations that creates a voice for all.

It is expected that this will result in the undertaking of self-initiated development activities, that is more responsive to the needs of the community and gaining synergy through shared initiatives.  All are a now responsible, not just one individual - less risk and more fun.
  
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July 14, 2015, 08:24:10 PM
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community takeovers are a waste of time. Good luck.

wrong

look at DMD Diamonds which had a community takeover early 2014
and how successful it is now

such things can work great
if dedicated people lead a coin
instead of create dump let it die devs
who start one coin after the other

You are correct.

In the case of LiteDoge and many other crypto coins the term "Community Takeover" actually means "Community Managed/Driven".

It is inevitable that dev's will eventually leave their coin for some reason or other, which results in a "community takeover".

This is where communities have direct control over key project decisions as well as the management thereof. Thus the potential gains of a "community takeover" are undoubtedly large, reversing existing power relations that creates a voice for all.

It is expected that this will result in the undertaking of self-initiated development activities, that is more responsive to the needs of the community and gaining synergy through shared initiatives.  All are a now responsible, not just one individual - less risk and more fun.
  

*woof!?!?*
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July 15, 2015, 12:38:00 PM
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Some node please?
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July 15, 2015, 01:09:57 PM
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Some node please?

I have 45 active nodes, you want the list?
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July 15, 2015, 01:12:43 PM
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Some node please?

I have 45 active nodes, you want the list?
Yes,please
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July 15, 2015, 07:28:14 PM
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Some node please?

I have 45 active nodes, you want the list?
Yes,please

This may help...



 "addr" : "204.210.242.238:17014"
       
      "addr" : "[2001:41d0:a:2388::1]:17014",
 
        "addr" : "24.15.13.38:17014",
       
      "addr" : "66.68.146.175:17014",
       
        "addr" : "67.170.94.130:17014",
 
        "addr" : "82.247.42.194:17014",
     

        "addr" : "155.99.160.206:17014",
 
        "addr" : "98.209.222.201:55085",
       
        "addr" : "101.165.90.37:53427",
       
        "addr" : "71.33.158.187:55564",
       
        "addr" : "192.52.167.140:34821",
         
        "addr" : "82.238.124.41:63780",
       
        "addr" : "98.186.65.97:60584",
       
        "addr" : "69.204.47.238:17014",
       
        "addr" : "92.222.80.32:63622",
       
        "addr" : "218.161.28.211:60690",
       
        "addr" : "198.245.50.213:59692",
       
        "addr" : "84.147.112.198:49879",
 
        "addr" : "71.33.158.187:50460",
       
        "addr" : "100.2.59.25:50022",
       
        "addr" : "198.252.123.121:49355",
   
        "addr" : "98.115.147.74:17014",
       
       "addr" : "85.25.214.214:46183",
       
        "addr" : "198.50.243.84:43821",
       
        "addr" : "82.66.55.40:63804",
         
        "addr" : "[2607:5300:60:5d5::1]:17014",
       
        "addr" : "2.26.23.124:62732",
 
 
       "addr" : "192.52.167.158:57248",

        "addr" : "68.4.137.124:49363",
     
        "addr" : "24.191.33.43:51618",
       
        "addr" : "37.187.99.136:42457",
       
        "addr" : "94.226.187.230:52188",
     
        "addr" : "90.190.173.193:51977",
     
        "addr" : "94.209.4.129:55493",
       
        "addr" : "63.142.72.210:55302",
       
         "addr" : "[2a01:e35:2423:7280:b5d7:d7b6:a840:8d77]:17014",
     
        "addr" : "60.242.140.34:1810",
       
        "addr" : "84.24.19.223:4369",
       
        "addr" : "101.140.1.215:62758",
     
        "addr" : "94.254.73.95:17014",
     
        "addr" : "62.30.194.230:17014",
       
        "addr" : "[2607:fcd0:100:2300::1f27:ca52]:43854",
     
        "addr" : "[2607:fcd0:100:2300::a365:a90e]:17014",
       
        "addr" : "206.248.153.102:17014",
       
        "addr" : "[2a01:e35:2e2c:c8c0:95d4:4a3e:f492:83a]:58812",
       
        "addr" : "2.84.196.19:56937",
       
        "addr" : "167.160.36.9:40039",

        "addr" : "101.162.19.100:60220",
 
        "addr" : "24.7.144.109:50846",
       
        "addr" : "62.43.140.213:59592",
       
        "addr" : "85.214.152.3:56376",

        "addr" : "78.69.188.169:17014",
     
 
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July 15, 2015, 08:36:44 PM
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Please vote for LiteDoge to get added to coinpayments

Vote: https://www.coinpayments.net/vote

Home: https://www.coinpayments.net/

Store: https://www.coinpayments.net/store-directory

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July 16, 2015, 03:31:00 AM
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I am glad this coin got taken over by the community this coin now is in the hands of community for any changes now to the code and is in the hands of trusted developers who will keep it going no matter what. We all believe in this coin no mater what anybody says. The wallet Proof of Stake work great and by the next block halving or two it will make coins will the coins out there more rare as time goes on.  Wink
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July 16, 2015, 03:46:05 AM
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I am glad this coin got taken over by the community this coin now is in the hands of community for any changes now to the code and is in the hands of trusted developers who will keep it going no matter what. We all believe in this coin no mater what anybody says. The wallet Proof of Stake work great and by the next block halving or two it will make coins will the coins out there more rare as time goes on.  Wink

Our developers have not gone anywhere... and won't.  Yes, this is a community coin now.  We (on IRC) have already been discussing what needs to happen to further reduce inflation since the block time change didn't make it into the current wallet.  Any and all suggestions are welcome.

Yes, that will require another hard fork so I don't expect that to happen very soon.  So we all have some time to talk about it.  Let's get the conversation going.

- heathkid
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July 16, 2015, 04:56:50 AM
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... LiteDoge playing ball ...
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July 17, 2015, 01:20:50 PM
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... LiteDoge being cool ...
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July 17, 2015, 01:35:37 PM
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http://puu.sh/j2wJz/2fa87e2da2.gif
these are nice meme
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litedoge trying to get on exchange
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July 17, 2015, 02:15:42 PM
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LiteDoge Exchanges:

AlcurEX: https://alcurex.org/index.php/crypto/index
Bittrex: https://www.bittrex.com/Market/Index?MarketName=BTC-LDOGE
C-CEX: https://c-cex.com/?p=ldoge-btc
cryptopia: https://www.cryptopia.co.nz/
cryptotrade: https://cryptotrade.exchange/trade/LDOGE/BTC
Yobit: https://yobit.net/en/trade/LDOGE/BTC

Who will be next?
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July 17, 2015, 02:43:34 PM
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Bter
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