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Author Topic: [MOON] Mooncoin 🌙 Proof-of-Work, launched in 2013  (Read 317253 times)
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October 18, 2017, 12:32:15 PM
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October 18, 2017, 12:59:33 PM
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I agree that mooncoin would be a great currency.  Bitcoin is valuable but not really a good currency, over 5000 dollars per nuit.  A currency is better with mooncoin since it has a high supply and the value may be closer to a dollar/ euro in the future.
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October 20, 2017, 07:55:56 AM
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How can I use the Paperwallet to send funds? Is there any tutorial? It would be nice to know. Can somebody help me?

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October 20, 2017, 08:28:14 AM
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 I believe that the good news are close.
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October 20, 2017, 09:04:51 AM
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How can I use the Paperwallet to send funds? Is there any tutorial? It would be nice to know. Can somebody help me?

Visit https://walletgenerator.net,
choose MOON (Mooncoin) and follow the instructions.
For more safety you can download their Github source (a directory with html and script files) and run the index.html in a browser on an offline machine to generate the Mooncoin address.
Don't forget to save and keep in a safe place the private key for the generated address and never publish the private key online and never disclosure it to anyone.
For more information please read:
how to use Mooncoin paper wallets in a simple and secure way:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1733963.msg19204457#msg19204457
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1733963.msg19268862#msg19268862

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October 20, 2017, 12:21:26 PM
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I agree that mooncoin would be a great currency.  Bitcoin is valuable but not really a good currency, over 5000 dollars per nuit.  A currency is better with mooncoin since it has a high supply and the value may be closer to a dollar/ euro in the future.
fully agreed,Mooncoin has great value as  a currency n surely will rise and as for  Bitcoin it  is an 'asset' rather than a currency.
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October 20, 2017, 06:34:37 PM
Last edit: October 21, 2017, 05:05:47 AM by Mooncoin_Foundation
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I thought the whole purpose of crypto was to pay with 1 universal coin. The tokens i can understand as having business value. But to just have a coin which only represents the distance to the moon with no usecase and solely for that purpose be worth $1, I cant see it.

Mind you: this is not to offend anyone in any case. I am just trying to figure things out

It's a common bias.
It's like to say that the whole purpose of traditional currencies was to pay with 1 currency (e.g. with $).
The world economy needs many currencies to be stable, not to depend on one center which issues the currency.
You know, the single point of failure.
Besides, if you mean BTC, just answer one simple question: how many BTCs does usually one person own? Not more than 10 BTC, and for not rich countries usually is even less, even not more than 1 BTC.
And now look at the distribution of BTC addresses (rich list):
only 11 % of coins are on addresses with 0-10 BTC per one address, and only 3% of coins are on addresses with 0-1 BTC.
That means that all common people (combined) own only 3% of BTC, do you believe that it is normal or fair?
Another question which you have to answer: there are several billion people in the world, if the whole purpose was to pay with 1 currency,
what supply should this currency have? 0.003 coins per person?

As for tokens, in some cases they really can have business value, only if they are linked to real businesses with profit,
and if this business somehow pays dividends to token owners, though in this case these tokens are securities and cannot be traded at Altcoin exchanges. If you look at tokens/ICOs, they usually don't provide a working business solution or real dividends,
they usually are just tokens, with no working solutions at all, they only promise them.
Logically, there are 2 variants:
1) tokens which are just tokens with no business value
2) tokens which have business value and they are securities with all legal issues after that.


data for bitcoin distribution may have problems when you consider that most users will never use the same address two times in a row plus any change address.  So the result is that many smaller addresses make up the total number of bitcoins someone may hold.  I realize this does not apply to everyone but you will not be able to determine what percentage of the data represents these scenarios, can you?

You're right, and that only proves that even less than 3% of BTC supply currently is distributed between small holders.
BTC is not a pyramid though, because BTC has an intrinsic value, in fact, it's mineable (and MOON, too), mineable like gold, silver etc. BTC is digital gold, it's rare and you cannot produce it out of thin air. MOON has a same model as BTC, but without so big problems with distribution and supply.

BTC is being actively bashed since this summer, but it rises, it indicates big strength of this market.
People need time to start to discover other markets (Altcoins), to understand them.

Coinmarketcap.com now is in 500 the most visited websites in the world. People look at coins and wait, people are trying to get a better understanding of this economic phenomenon. Only close-minded people prefer to bash crypto and to offend crypto holders, they follow this logic: 'if I cannot understand something, or if I don't like something, it's a garbage and scam'.

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October 20, 2017, 07:21:16 PM
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The important thing which people often don't understand about BTC and other cryptos with a same model (not tokens),
is that it's not only about technology. If you think that BTC is just a technology, you are wrong.
Governments can create their centralised coins or use the blockchain technology in another way,
but BTC and other decentralised coins are different story.
For example, governments can sponsor good scientific projects, and it's great,
but Wikipedia is edited by average people.
There are 2 different things. Crypto, backed by governments, and crypto, backed by people. They can co-exist.
Let people try to create their own (independent from governments) financial project. Don't bash it.
Think of it in terms of Wikipedia, everyone can edit it, but it doesn't mean that it consists of garbage.
It has mechanisms of self-regulation. And it creates a service, which you use on a daily basis.
True cryptos (mineable, not tokens) have some mechanisms for self-regulation, too.
Real problems are volatility and ICO tokens schemes for making a quick buck, probably main exchanges should be forced to limit price movements (like at stock exchanges).

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October 20, 2017, 11:41:53 PM
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'if I cannot understand something, or if I don't like something, it's a garbage and scam'.
This is so true.  It has been this way since the beginning, and its still true today, but I am starting to see some signs that this type of thinking is waning.
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October 21, 2017, 03:56:57 AM
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The important thing which people often don't understand about BTC and other cryptos with a same model (not tokens),
is that it's not only about technology. If you think that BTC is just a technology, you are wrong.
Governments can create their centralised coins or use the blockchain technology in another way,
but BTC and other decentralised coins are different story.
For example, governments can sponsor good scientific projects, and it's great,
but Wikipedia is edited by average people.
There are 2 different things. Crypto, backed by governments, and crypto, backed by people. They can co-exist.
Let people try to create their own (independent from governments) financial project. Don't bash it.
Think of it in terms of Wikipedia, everyone can edit it, but it doesn't mean that it consists of garbage.
It has mechanisms of self-regulation. And it creates a service, which you use on a daily basis.
True cryptos (mineable, not tokens) have some mechanisms for self-regulation, too.
Real problems are volatility and ICO tokens schemes for making a quick buck, probably main exchanges should be forced to limit price movements (like at stock exchanges).

Ok genius, truly thank you, good lesson for me as well.
So how do we move this ( " not token ") coin, just little, so it can get more attention ?
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October 21, 2017, 05:12:31 AM
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The ideas are not very new. That's said for people new to crypto who don't see these things.
How to move a coin? The market will move it.
When new projects are launched on top of Mooncoin blockchain, just use them, when people start to focus on Mooncoin itself, not on its price,
everything will be okay.

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October 21, 2017, 06:17:02 AM
Last edit: October 21, 2017, 07:00:42 AM by HarryAnsour
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Yeah ? lol everything will be okay.
This year alone we have over 600 new coin added in marketcap, its not going to be okay if there are other coins with a promising future to FOCUS on.
How about you purchase Zimbabwe $ and say it's going to be okey.
Dude I love this coin I trust it will do really good if we concentrate on the circulation. If the team is having financial issues, we, the community can smartly invest.
It's so affordable that everyone will be happy.
Interested  ?
Let's get together, and make serious moves.
I hope you're located in LA.
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October 21, 2017, 12:42:31 PM
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The mooncoin is dead.
no way , i think 1 satoshi / mooncoin so cheap , i can buy amount huge moon coin
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October 21, 2017, 01:26:05 PM
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I waited a lot too, besides I bought a satoshis 6
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October 22, 2017, 03:05:31 PM
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Good afternoon. I am posistive about news and updates. I believe that we will see interesting things soon... Smiley

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October 22, 2017, 04:14:29 PM
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Maybe we should do something to celebrate the moon tunnel recently found? Like we did the Apollo missions?
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October 23, 2017, 03:26:55 AM
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Maybe we should do something to celebrate the moon tunnel recently found? Like we did the Apollo missions?
An excellent idea.  I'd propose a hypothetical plan to install Mooncoin atm's at the bottom of that lava tube before the moon base is installed.
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October 23, 2017, 07:23:54 PM
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Is it just my imagination or the blocks are flying? Smiley

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/moon/
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October 23, 2017, 08:34:56 PM
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Is it just my imagination or the blocks are flying? Smiley

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/moon/

Good afternoon from Greece. It's not your imagination...It's the reality ! Smiley

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October 24, 2017, 01:03:30 AM
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well ..... I believed moon would be something, someday for many years. Now i just dig a hole for the millions of moon in my wallets.
Buried them for another 3 or 4 years. Next to HTML5. Maybe, if i dont forget the place i buried them, i dig them up around 2022.
Could make me a millionaire or still make me feel like a  fool ..... Till then RIP
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