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September 13, 2018, 05:25:19 AM
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I liked this coin and hope it will grow. I think you will be successful. Good luck. Smiley Smiley Smiley
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September 15, 2018, 05:41:09 AM
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So, there is your solution. But the devs are afk. So this coin will likely fall flat on it's face in a few months when those blocks start churning out 0's.

staking weight shows true ... max money is knon not to work .

it may be a simple as the grammar used in the main.cpp also and i only took a quick look

 im not finding proper linking to the end of pow .

too bad  its scyypt and pos and not stupid inflated . there was a commit about 9 months ago.
im getting decent mining at the home pool it was abandoned also.
attempts to set up my own pool in the past also yielded zero blocks ..

the real question is are the devs around . will it indeed start staking at block 1 million if max money is bs .
if the devs are really gone as in dont give a shit we should get a group going and fix it so at least pos does indeed start working at block 1 million ...
 this thing dont move fast though thats still like 18 months out.
if that the intention then cool ....if they are mia and never to return ....it would be nice to get the 3%

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September 15, 2018, 07:55:45 AM
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Can someone from the community take over the development of the coin?

I like mining this one ... i cant tell if things are going as planned or if the devs bounced . getting it fixed is no biggie the issues is having a team to tend to it .
its not a little thing to be responsible for a community.... do we have a way to find out what the deal is .
maybe a email someone can make with a 30 day on it we can send to every place the dev team left contact info

maybe this is the intention for things to be as they are 
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September 17, 2018, 03:15:44 AM
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Can someone from the community take over the development of the coin?

I like mining this one ... i cant tell if things are going as planned or if the devs bounced . getting it fixed is no biggie the issues is having a team to tend to it .
its not a little thing to be responsible for a community.... do we have a way to find out what the deal is .
maybe a email someone can make with a 30 day on it we can send to every place the dev team left contact info

maybe this is the intention for things to be as they are 

Their intentions aren't known because they've communicated nothing. I think it was a hobby or project for the devs, and they appear to have moved on. I'm not a dev or programmer, so I'm not sure what's involved in taking over... but I'd love to help do so if there was a way. I hold a very large number of these coins and could help finance some parts.
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