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February 26, 2016, 12:26:32 AM
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I wrote to bittrex today, they finally changed logo.

Lots of small social victories lately.  They are all leading up to something, I'm sure. 

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February 26, 2016, 03:07:43 PM
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Who is in charge of website development for Aeon?
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February 26, 2016, 05:57:19 PM
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Who is in charge of website development for Aeon?
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February 27, 2016, 07:51:53 AM
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Who is in charge of website development for Aeon?
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What domain name will be used? I saw it discussed but there was no decision that I am aware of.
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February 28, 2016, 02:34:19 AM
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Who is in charge of website development for Aeon?
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If I was well qualified to help in that area I would. Unfortunately I am not the person for this job. If the right person if found I am more than willing to help fund him/her.
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March 01, 2016, 12:13:12 AM
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Aeon price has been pretty strong lately. Is the community getting larger?
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March 01, 2016, 04:14:30 AM
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If someone put a big buy wall (maybe 20BTC+) at the current price do you think it would just sit there or would people dump into it?

Asking for a friend.
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March 01, 2016, 04:23:50 AM
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If someone put a big buy wall (maybe 20BTC+) at the current price do you think it would just sit there or would people dump into it?

Asking for a friend.

How many AEONs is that? I'm pretty sure that a lot of the mined coins get dumped so they would probably eat away at the wall.

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March 01, 2016, 05:51:30 AM
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If someone put a big buy wall (maybe 20BTC+) at the current price do you think it would just sit there or would people dump into it?

Asking for a friend.

What is your intent?  If it's to artificially prop up the price, please don't bother.  If you honestly wish to absorb 20 bitcoins at these prices, feel free.  You will likely end up owning 1 - 2% like me and being an Aeon Leviathan. 
 
Alternatively, hit the ask a little every day for a month or two. 
 
Alternatively alternatively, go full autism like I did and slam your bitcoins again and again into the ask stack, getting drunk and yelling slurs at your monitor while confusing bots and humans alike.  I can attest it's *almost* worth paying the premium. 
 
I also promise your wall, should you erect it, is safe from me - can't promise anyone else.

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March 01, 2016, 09:37:06 AM
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Aeon Ask Anything Tuesday
AAAT# 1

https://www.reddit.com/r/Aeon/comments/48fa7a/aaat_1_aeon_ask_anything_tuesday/
https://twitter.com/aeoncurrency/status/704597415584780288
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March 01, 2016, 10:44:53 AM
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If someone put a big buy wall (maybe 20BTC+) at the current price do you think it would just sit there or would people dump into it?

Asking for a friend.

What is your intent?  If it's to artificially prop up the price, please don't bother.  If you honestly wish to absorb 20 bitcoins at these prices, feel free.  You will likely end up owning 1 - 2% like me and being an Aeon Leviathan. 
 
Alternatively, hit the ask a little every day for a month or two. 
 
Alternatively alternatively, go full autism like I did and slam your bitcoins again and again into the ask stack, getting drunk and yelling slurs at your monitor while confusing bots and humans alike.  I can attest it's *almost* worth paying the premium. 
 
I also promise your wall, should you erect it, is safe from me - can't promise anyone else.

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March 01, 2016, 11:33:03 AM
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Allow me to concur with americanpegasus in my wordy way.  Smiley

If someone put a big buy wall (maybe 20BTC+) at the current price do you think it would just sit there or would people dump into it?

Asking for a friend.

What is your intent?  If it's to artificially prop up the price, please don't bother.

Especially since it's likely to be futile. Vacuuming up the buybook doesn't do much for the price, except temporarily, because other folks don't see any real reason to jump in - except on the sell side. Pumping is a dark art that revolves around social engineering, not (just) having lots of BTC to throw around.

And even if someone you know is skilled at that dark art, an all-out pump causes more problems than it solves. Sure, a real pump jacks up the price and even keeps it higher than otherwise over a long period of time, but it ends up calling forth some dark emotions. Case in point: Horizon, before I got involved in it, was pumped by the most notoriously successful pump group around here. The result was quick profits for some - and a lot of recriminations. One of the original members of the Horizon dev team ended up quitting as a result of those recriminations and squabbles.

If you honestly wish to absorb 20 bitcoins at these prices, feel free.  You will likely end up owning 1 - 2% like me and being an Aeon Leviathan.

And if you're going to do that, your hold time had better be "forever." I've done that myself, with Horizon, but I'm now focused on what I can do with the Horizon platform rather than with its price. Consistent with that aim, I've thrown some BTC into other coins and I'm watching their prices with an eye on how much I've made - but not Horizon's. If you want to be an Aeon Leviathan, this attitude is the best one to take. You will find that it's fun thinking about what you can do with Aeon once you break out of the "penny stock" habit.  


Alternatively, hit the ask a little every day for a month or two. 

That's exactly how I got my minnow-sized holding of Aeon, now 10'000 worth. The advantage of doing it this way is that it inclines you to think longer-term about the price; it induces you to be patient. Formalized, this way is known as "dollar-cost averaging" and it does work. Sometimes you buy high, sometimes you buy low, but in the end you tend to get a better average price than the average punter.
 
 
Alternatively alternatively, go full autism like I did and slam your bitcoins again and again into the ask stack, getting drunk and yelling slurs at your monitor while confusing bots and humans alike.  I can attest it's *almost* worth paying the premium. 

"Pay for the privilege."  Cheesy At least, you'll have a Leviathan-sized brag. Grin

 
I also promise your wall, should you erect it, is safe from me - can't promise anyone else.

Trust me on this one: it won't be. See above.






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March 02, 2016, 03:27:04 AM
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Alternatively, hit the ask a little every day for a month or two.

That's exactly how I got my minnow-sized holding of Aeon, now 10'000 worth. The advantage of doing it this way is that it inclines you to think longer-term about the price; it induces you to be patient. Formalized, this way is known as "dollar-cost averaging" and it does work. Sometimes you buy high, sometimes you buy low, but in the end you tend to get a better average price than the average punter.

Good approach.

I'd add that another good way to build a minnow-sized holding (and support and improve the strength of the network) is through patient mining. I've built this up entirely though solo mining, mostly full time on one small (fanless) computer, plus part time on a few other ones:

Refresh done, blocks received: 632                              
balance: 16801.72
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March 02, 2016, 09:56:29 AM
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Alternatively, hit the ask a little every day for a month or two.

That's exactly how I got my minnow-sized holding of Aeon, now 10'000 worth. The advantage of doing it this way is that it inclines you to think longer-term about the price; it induces you to be patient. Formalized, this way is known as "dollar-cost averaging" and it does work. Sometimes you buy high, sometimes you buy low, but in the end you tend to get a better average price than the average punter.

Good approach.

I'd add that another good way to build a minnow-sized holding (and support and improve the strength of the network) is through patient mining. I've built this up entirely though solo mining, mostly full time on one small (fanless) computer, plus part time on a few other ones:

Refresh done, blocks received: 632                              
balance: 16801.72
**********************************************************************
Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
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Over 16000 Aeon from solo mining is a pretty nice reward for helping to keep the network decentralized. Maybe I should start mining
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Alternatively, hit the ask a little every day for a month or two.

That's exactly how I got my minnow-sized holding of Aeon, now 10'000 worth. The advantage of doing it this way is that it inclines you to think longer-term about the price; it induces you to be patient. Formalized, this way is known as "dollar-cost averaging" and it does work. Sometimes you buy high, sometimes you buy low, but in the end you tend to get a better average price than the average punter.

Good approach.

I'd add that another good way to build a minnow-sized holding (and support and improve the strength of the network) is through patient mining. I've built this up entirely though solo mining, mostly full time on one small (fanless) computer, plus part time on a few other ones:

Refresh done, blocks received: 632                              
balance: 16801.72
**********************************************************************
Use "help" command to see the list of available commands.
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Over 16000 Aeon from solo mining is a pretty nice reward for helping to keep the network decentralized.

I don't want to give a false impression: That's over the course of a year or more almost a year. I don't exactly remember when I started, and like I said sometimes i've thrown some other computers on it, so it isn't entirely from one computer, but most of it is. (EDIT: Just checked -- first block in May 2015.)

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March 03, 2016, 04:14:36 PM
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Can OP be updated with the new logo?

There has been lots of volume on Poloniex lately (largely due to ETH). I think Aeon will get a lot more attention when/if it is finally added there.
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March 03, 2016, 04:44:33 PM
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Can OP be updated with the new logo?

There has been lots of volume on Poloniex lately (largely due to ETH). I think Aeon will get a lot more attention when/if it is finally added there.

yes, of course.  Sorry I haven't done it sooner and thanks for the reminder.

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March 04, 2016, 12:14:49 AM
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After the big rise in XMR today maybe some people will start thinking about diversifying their CryptoNote holdings.
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March 04, 2016, 06:26:45 PM
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What's a good reference price for Aeon that relates to Monero?

I was thinking Aeon should be around 20% of Monero's price.

So if XMR is currently 0.0025 that would be 0.0005 for Aeon.

I'm mainly thinking for the future as the low volume of Bittrex isn't ideal.

XMR is going to 300-320K satoshi very soon, I believe that in current stage AEON can be fairly valued at 5-10%.
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March 04, 2016, 10:56:04 PM
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What's a good reference price for Aeon that relates to Monero?

I was thinking Aeon should be around 20% of Monero's price.

So if XMR is currently 0.0025 that would be 0.0005 for Aeon.

I'm mainly thinking for the future as the low volume of Bittrex isn't ideal.

XMR is going to 300-320K satoshi very soon, I believe that in current stage AEON can be fairly valued at 5-10%.


5%-10% of XMR is a long way up from here. It might be possible long term but probably not until LMDB is done and AEON is listed on Poloniex.
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