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March 20, 2013, 08:40:11 PM
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The rate of TRC is way down, but the hash rate is still pretty high- it has less 60% profitability. That said, the buy order wall is completely stacked and volume continues to be above LTC. There is a good 50,000 in TRC buy orders on the buy wall. Which is quite a lot considering TRC reward is so low. Even the top TRC Miner on Coinotron would take over a month to fill the buy order wall with over 35K Mh/s in hash power.

So, the price is probably down due to BTC's meteoric (again) rise. A perfect time to pick up some cheap TRC? If you're a believer it's prime.

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March 21, 2013, 06:25:14 AM
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I've been waiting for this thread to appear. Smiley

BTW, cryptocoincharts.info has some order book graphs.

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April 04, 2013, 10:47:26 PM
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I've been wondering who'd actually buy TRC at a high quantity? What incentives and value do they see in this currency?

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April 04, 2013, 10:49:14 PM
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I've been wondering who'd actually buy TRC at a high quantity? What incentives and value do they see in this currency?

Well, it's not fiat, so that's always a good starting point.

AFAIK it's pretty similar to Bitcoin.  So it's mostly speculation; if I buy in now, and TRC goes up really high in price, I'll be rich!

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April 04, 2013, 11:05:18 PM
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I've been wondering who'd actually buy TRC at a high quantity? What incentives and value do they see in this currency?

Well, it's not fiat, so that's always a good starting point.

AFAIK it's pretty similar to Bitcoin.  So it's mostly speculation; if I buy in now, and TRC goes up really high in price, I'll be rich!

It doesn't mean much to be not a fiat currency if no one wants to use it. BTC has lived for 4+ years and trust has grown, TRC is relatively new. I was particularly interested if people have a particular interest for TRC if it wasn't for all the speculations.

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April 05, 2013, 12:42:20 AM
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I've been wondering who'd actually buy TRC at a high quantity? What incentives and value do they see in this currency?

Well, it's not fiat, so that's always a good starting point.

AFAIK it's pretty similar to Bitcoin.  So it's mostly speculation; if I buy in now, and TRC goes up really high in price, I'll be rich!

It doesn't mean much to be not a fiat currency if no one wants to use it. BTC has lived for 4+ years and trust has grown, TRC is relatively new. I was particularly interested if people have a particular interest for TRC if it wasn't for all the speculations.

You have a point.  However, the more people adopt it, the more people admit to wanting to use it.  Generally, an increase of price on any crypto-currency shows that more people are picking it up.  There was a point in time where Litecoin was known by very few, and it traded for very little.  But now even I have Litecoin, just to have it.  I suspect there will be more than one major crypto-currency in the future, as opposed to Bitcoin being the only popular one; tho BTC will likely always reign king, I wouldn't say the other coins never reach such a level.

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April 05, 2013, 12:50:56 AM
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anybody know how I can contact the developers?  or at least send them a message.  I have some pertinent suggestions for making TRC much more appealing

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April 05, 2013, 01:17:18 AM
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Terracoin network now has an estimated hashpower over 4.5 Tera hash/second!  I thought that it must have been a mistake, but then again people and the mining pools may have finally finished the obligatory upgrade to the latest client.   PPC has close to 2 Tera hash/second as well.
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April 05, 2013, 01:32:50 AM
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Terracoin network now has an estimated hashpower over 4.5 Tera hash/second!  I thought that it must have been a mistake, but then again people and the mining pools may have finally finished the obligatory upgrade to the latest client.   PPC has close to 2 Tera hash/second as well.

Yeah seeing the hashing power of many miners, it appears that a large number of serious miners are in on the altcoins Smiley

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April 05, 2013, 02:00:49 AM
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You can't actually measure support by block reward.
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