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Author Topic: [ANN] LiteDoge - such Community coin | no premine | very fast | much profit  (Read 106345 times)
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July 17, 2015, 03:03:14 PM
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I don't trade on either but we'd get more volume on Cryptsy. Both would be wins for gaining more Asian traders.
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July 17, 2015, 03:27:37 PM
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mind you, if ldoge gets on Cryptsy, be prepared for a pump

also, do not forget Poloniex
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July 17, 2015, 07:25:18 PM
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Subreddit:  http://www.reddit.com/r/litedoge/

Quote from: reallybitcon
What about r/reddit ?

Added - Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/litedoge/
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July 17, 2015, 09:07:25 PM
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Only 40K more votes to be the next coin on Cryptsy - Come on people Cheesy

LDOGE   LiteDoge   https://blockchain.info/address/1Jd6QDYCjTVfZP3JPRyT4nr1txyvzy9LWz    198



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July 17, 2015, 09:33:03 PM
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Only 40K more votes to be the next coin on Cryptsy - Come on people Cheesy
voting is here: https://www.cryptsy.com/coinvotes

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July 18, 2015, 12:19:28 AM
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I learned what happened and I feel maincoin is right. But the community should not be punished for dev's action.

The site is back online since I paid for it. When the hosting expires it will be redirect to the official site.

Let's hope for the best.


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July 18, 2015, 03:33:22 AM
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I learned what happened and I feel maincoin is right. But the community should not be punished for dev's action.

The site is back online since I paid for it. When the hosting expires it will be redirect to the official site.

Let's hope for the best.




Thanks bitrev!  You are a good person.  The community definitely should not suffer because of whatever happened (I am not sure what it was, and only hope that I had nothing to do with it).  We want the community to thrive and the only way to do so is for active involvement and majority agreements on where this coin should be headed.

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July 18, 2015, 08:11:48 AM
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I learned what happened and I feel maincoin is right. But the community should not be punished for dev's action.

The site is back online since I paid for it. When the hosting expires it will be redirect to the official site.

Let's hope for the best.


I'm also not entirely sure what happened - but he was selfish to punish the community like that.

I'm glad you could fix it.

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The community definitely should not suffer because of whatever happened (I am not sure what it was, and only hope that I had nothing to do with it).  

We want the community to thrive and the only way to do so is for active involvement and majority agreements on where this coin should be headed


I agree - this is a community coin now, the only way to thrive is for active involvement and majority agreements on where this coin should be headed!


As I said, 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.

I have forgiven and moved on already - we all should!

LiteDoge to the moon ... such fun ...
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July 18, 2015, 08:43:10 AM
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    My thanks to the devs for keeping this coin alive and functioning throughout all that has happened. I would like to request that they implement similar features that Hyperstake (HYP) uses for passive block management for efficient staking:

"setstakesplitthreshold" Automatically ensure that blocks do not split below a certain set amount. Example, if set to "100,000" then after staking a block of LDOGE will never half below 100,000 LDOGE and will automatically combine smaller blocks and create whole new blocks from the excess. This will ensure that a user will not have blocks too small to effectively stake or take up too much resources from too many small blocks.

"SplitBlock" Automatically splits larger blocks into a size of your choosing so you would not have to wait for a larger block to passive half to a certain size or do it manually. Example, you just bought 10,000,000 LDOGE and you wish to stake them at 100,000 per block. This would mean you'd need to send 100,000 LDOGE to yourself 100 times or set SplitBlock to 100,000 and when that 10,000,000 LDOGE stakes it will be automatically be turned into the desired 100 blocks of 100,000 LDOGE.

    The advantage of both features is obvious but I am not privy to how much work it will require. I only ask that you take a serious look at it.

    Thank you.

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July 18, 2015, 11:06:19 AM
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Bounties

Bounty for the development of a tipbot for social media! (must incl Twitter).

15mil LDOGE committed. Thank you to litedoge, pittsburghkid and heathkid (5mil each) for your donations to the community!

Donate bounties to LDOGE: dDXLFYmtzrTftqVZPx6q5wZsaoc3kaFh4s

Please PM me and state what you want it to go towards.

We need donations for development.



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July 18, 2015, 12:12:08 PM
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July 18, 2015, 07:59:32 PM
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Get Started Today

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Goto Prohashing (https://prohashing.com/ ) Take note - Prohashing is a pay per share (PPS) mining pool that mines cryptocurrencies using the scrypt algorithm - mining the most profitable coin and auto exchange for LiteDoge coins.

Click on "register" in the upper right corner of the site and choose a username and password. While you must create an account to mine, registration requires no personal information.

Setup Payout

Configure your payment settings by going to the settings tab:

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 or donation address - donate some hash hours: dDTL3zjbTnN1XiTj1btzKb7pbV84dkNo9c)
o Click check box - Ignore Threshold payout
o Click Save button

Setup Miner

Point your miner toward prohashing.com:3333 pool
• Use the same username as you use to log into the website.
• 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

Links:

Official Website: http://www.litedoge.org/
Forum: http://litedoge.org/forum/
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/litedoge
FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/Litedoge?fref=ts
Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/litedoge/
IRC Channel: https://kiwiirc.com/client/irc.kiwiirc.com/#Litedoge
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July 18, 2015, 08:31:17 PM
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Goto Prohashing (https://prohashing.com/ ) Take note - Prohashing is a pay per share (PPS) mining pool that mines cryptocurrencies using the scrypt algorithm - mining the most profitable coin and auto exchange for LiteDoge coins.


I was always wondering why would someone do that.....
1. It is more than certain that, whatever you'll be mining, you will get less coins for your hashrate. All rigs have smaller hashrate on multipools and get a higher number of stales, due to the speed they change coins. The higher the speed they change coins, the worse your rig will perform.
2. All multipools fail to follow difficulty and price changes, when they start mining a coin, it is usually time to move on another one.
3. Multipools can't mine the most profitable coin, because of the algorithms they use. When X coin has a temporary drop in price, it is excluded from "profitable coins" automatically... It's even worse when you let them exchange for you, when the coins get to the exchange, they never have the value you were mining them for, because several hours have passed (if not days).
4. When you let them exchange the coins for you, you always get screwed, they don't get the highest price for what you mined or the lowest price for the coin you want and you pay extra fees.

I'm mining for a very long time, sha256 and scrypt algos, I never use multipools, no matter the reason, prefer to do the maths myself.

Edit: and I didn't even touched the subject "transparency"..... there is no such thing in multipools, you never know whats going on.
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July 20, 2015, 05:18:38 AM
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It's been very quiet in here...
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July 20, 2015, 05:38:58 AM
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It's been very quiet in here...

shhh.....
Litedoges are resting
siesta time......

lol
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July 20, 2015, 06:12:12 AM
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It's been very quiet in here...

shhh.....
Litedoges are resting
siesta time......

lol

It is really quiet here and there in Bittrex yesterday was very low volume we need to keep eating the sell wall we get half of it. Let us get the other half and go to the next one then mooooooooooooooooooooon
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July 20, 2015, 06:17:53 AM
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... LiteDoge exercising ...
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July 20, 2015, 09:56:07 AM
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Get Started Today

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Goto Prohashing (https://prohashing.com/ ) Take note - Prohashing is a pay per share (PPS) mining pool that mines cryptocurrencies using the scrypt algorithm - mining the most profitable coin and auto exchange for LiteDoge coins.

Click on "register" in the upper right corner of the site and choose a username and password. While you must create an account to mine, registration requires no personal information.

Setup Payout

Configure your payment settings by going to the settings tab:

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 or donation address - donate some hash hours: dDTL3zjbTnN1XiTj1btzKb7pbV84dkNo9c)
o Click check box - Ignore Threshold payout
o Click Save button

Setup Miner

Point your miner toward prohashing.com:3333 pool
• Use the same username as you use to log into the website.
• 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

Links:

Official Website: http://www.litedoge.org/
Forum: http://litedoge.org/forum/
Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/litedoge
FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/Litedoge?fref=ts
Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/litedoge/
IRC Channel: https://kiwiirc.com/client/irc.kiwiirc.com/#Litedoge

Lets break that sell wall!
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July 21, 2015, 04:40:05 AM
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Goto Prohashing (https://prohashing.com/ ) Take note - Prohashing is a pay per share (PPS) mining pool that mines cryptocurrencies using the scrypt algorithm - mining the most profitable coin and auto exchange for LiteDoge coins.


I was always wondering why would someone do that.....
1. It is more than certain that, whatever you'll be mining, you will get less coins for your hashrate. All rigs have smaller hashrate on multipools and get a higher number of stales, due to the speed they change coins. The higher the speed they change coins, the worse your rig will perform.
2. All multipools fail to follow difficulty and price changes, when they start mining a coin, it is usually time to move on another one.
3. Multipools can't mine the most profitable coin, because of the algorithms they use. When X coin has a temporary drop in price, it is excluded from "profitable coins" automatically... It's even worse when you let them exchange for you, when the coins get to the exchange, they never have the value you were mining them for, because several hours have passed (if not days).
4. When you let them exchange the coins for you, you always get screwed, they don't get the highest price for what you mined or the lowest price for the coin you want and you pay extra fees.

I'm mining for a very long time, sha256 and scrypt algos, I never use multipools, no matter the reason, prefer to do the maths myself.

Edit: and I didn't even touched the subject "transparency"..... there is no such thing in multipools, you never know whats going on.

    Multipools that payout in a certain currency for your work are not profitable at face value for what you mine but if you use them in conjunction with trading they can give you consistent profits and keep the coin alive on an exchange if there is little to no volume for the currency on it's own. In essence, you will create volume by mining when the multi goes to buy they coins it will pay you in. Of course, you still must choose wisely on which coin you wish to be paid in as this will take time.

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July 21, 2015, 07:27:21 AM
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... LiteDoge takes a Vote ...
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