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May 09, 2013, 09:36:38 PM
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Nice idea I have my site been released this weekend been in dev stages for last 2 months. Has a lot been added and more stuff been tested for paid subscriptions and also investments and more. Going to have a lot on it but nice to see other people opening up for alt coins Smiley maybe partner up link backs etc Smiley

Sounds look... I'm only creating a forum.  Not sure what you site entails but we can work out something if we both get popular.  Connections are key!
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May 10, 2013, 06:51:27 AM
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Nice idea I have my site been released this weekend been in dev stages for last 2 months. Has a lot been added and more stuff been tested for paid subscriptions and also investments and more. Going to have a lot on it but nice to see other people opening up for alt coins Smiley maybe partner up link backs etc Smiley

Sounds look... I'm only creating a forum.  Not sure what you site entails but we can work out something if we both get popular.  Connections are key!

Well anything is better than nothing the more the better I say gives more people options to get access and vital info on a lot of the coins. My plans are to have membership free paid and also investing options and also a shop integrated for selling items online. Theirs going to be a lot of stuff like on bitcoin talk however more rules more secure and even more options. Forums is just one part of me project. I have been working in in crypto world for over a year now and learned enough to put a lot of content together and to help people out and that's what my goal is to help and support new comers to crypto world and to also give other opportunities to them at the same time.

I still got a lot of work to on it so its touch and go if will be fully released this weekend or not. Bu am sure can work some deal out Smiley
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May 10, 2013, 01:32:54 PM
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CryptoCoinTalk.com

Twitter:  CryptoCoinTalk

New forum which isn't based off free forum software! 

Facebook and Twitter login.

Tons of features.
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May 10, 2013, 02:24:57 PM
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Going to be doing a CNC give away around 5000 CNC... maybe more.  I will make the announcement here and on the site.
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May 10, 2013, 02:56:06 PM
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If I might make a suggestion:

Starting off with a subforum for each coin is going to cause problems when you've just launched. Limited membership and low post counts plus a dozen subforums is likely to result in a stale community. Don't divide before you need it. Definitely have subforums for BTC and LTC, and maybe a few of the established alts, then keep one subforum for new alts, maybe one for alt launches, and one for general alt chat. If one alt's topics are taking over the subforum, then pull them out into their own subforum. If you split them early, people won't want to post because they see no community. Build the community first.

I'd also rearrange with established coins on the top, then the alt forums, but that's less of an issue.

/My 0.02LTC.
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May 10, 2013, 03:33:48 PM
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If I might make a suggestion:

Starting off with a subforum for each coin is going to cause problems when you've just launched. Limited membership and low post counts plus a dozen subforums is likely to result in a stale community. Don't divide before you need it. Definitely have subforums for BTC and LTC, and maybe a few of the established alts, then keep one subforum for new alts, maybe one for alt launches, and one for general alt chat. If one alt's topics are taking over the subforum, then pull them out into their own subforum. If you split them early, people won't want to post because they see no community. Build the community first.

I'd also rearrange with established coins on the top, then the alt forums, but that's less of an issue.

/My 0.02LTC.

Thanks for your feedback.  But if I break each coin up them I going to have a page that is way too long.  The way you suggested was the way I set it up at first, but ended up going with the way I have it now.  I also had the established coins at the top, but since those coins have already large communities the chances of getting people who are going to discuss those are low.  New coins on the other hand, since they are new and popular, get the most attention, this is why I have the new coins on the top and the old coins on the bottom.

I'm in it for the long haul.  I'm sure modifications will be coming.  Thanks again for your feedback!
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May 10, 2013, 04:11:23 PM
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Some suggestions:

1. I'd move major cryptos to the top, then minor and candidates at the bottom
2. Maybe an off-topic/hydepark board?
3. Consider adding a board called "Dead coins" or "Zombie coins" for altcoin necrophiles enjoying things like TBX, FBX, GG, I0C..

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May 10, 2013, 04:19:25 PM
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Some suggestions:

1. I'd move major cryptos to the top, then minor and candidates at the bottom
2. Maybe an off-topic/hydepark board?
3. Consider adding a board called "Dead coins" or "Zombie coins" for altcoin necrophiles enjoying things like TBX, FBX, GG, I0C..

1.  Someone else made that same suggestion, but since I'm trying to appeal to the newer coins, I put those on the top.  I might move things around, nothing is set in stone.
2/3.  Both in the works!  Wanted to get things going and going to be adding those this weekend.

Thanks for the feedback!
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May 10, 2013, 04:35:10 PM
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Don't know Jimmy i'm not really sold on all the ads, and the smaller format?

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May 11, 2013, 08:38:25 AM
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Don't know Jimmy i'm not really sold on all the ads, and the smaller format?

all the ads like where because I see no ads on his site maybe you got a bunch of toolbars installed on your system that need removing??
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May 12, 2013, 07:58:38 PM
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Bitcointalk should cooperate on this. I mean they want to keep it just on Bitcoin and not to add subforums for altcoins. So in order to get rid of alcoiners and direct them somewhere they could just delete "Alternate cryptocurrencies" forum (well or at least make a sticky topic about this new forum).

Someone please tell them that Grin

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May 23, 2013, 06:25:12 PM
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Thanks to all the help I've been getting on my forum to date from some of the members here on BCT. 

I've upgraded the forum listings and added a price ticker to all the forum listings... makes it easier to see what cost what.  The coinchoose.com api is wonderful and an great site for information.

At only two weeks online... it's fun ride.  If you have some time, stop by!
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May 23, 2013, 06:58:40 PM
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Classification according to SHA256/scrypt is not a good way of classification of cryptocurrency.

The major difference is whether it is energy intensive.

Code:
                                                                 / SHA256 pure proof-of-work
/ Energy intensive cryptocurrency - Proof-of-work cryptocurrency
                                                                 \ scrypt pure proof-of-work

                                                                 / SHA256 hybrid proof-of-stake
\ Energy efficient cryptocurrency - Proof-of-stake cryptocurrency
                                                                 \ scrypt hybrid proof-of-stake

BTW ppcoin uses SHA256 proof-of-work.
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May 23, 2013, 07:02:25 PM
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Classification according to SHA256/scrypt is not a good way of classification of cryptocurrency.

The major difference is whether it is energy intensive.

Code:
                                                                 / SHA256 pure proof-of-work
/ Energy intensive cryptocurrency - Proof-of-work cryptocurrency
                                                                 \ scrypt pure proof-of-work

                                                                 / SHA256 hybrid proof-of-stake
\ Energy efficient cryptocurrency - Proof-of-stake cryptocurrency
                                                                 \ scrypt hybrid proof-of-stake

BTW ppcoin uses SHA256 proof-of-work.

I don't know how I missed that.  Thanks for the catch.  Made the correction.
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May 23, 2013, 07:14:44 PM
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Signed up, tried log in, fail!  Apparently password is incorrect  Huh Huh

Working on a crypto over here that's not a fork of BitCoin, LiteCoin or any other coin for that matter and so would be nice to get on a dedicated "altcoin" forum.

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May 23, 2013, 07:17:24 PM
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I'll join.
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May 23, 2013, 07:19:08 PM
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Signed up, tried log in, fail!  Apparently password is incorrect  Huh Huh

Working on a crypto over here that's not a fork of BitCoin, LiteCoin or any other coin for that matter and so would be nice to get on a dedicated "altcoin" forum.

How did you sign up?  With FB or TW or just regular?  PM me here if you are still having a problem, I can set a pw for you.
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May 23, 2013, 07:20:49 PM
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I'll join.

Welcome aboard.
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May 23, 2013, 07:21:47 PM
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Signed up, tried log in, fail!  Apparently password is incorrect  Huh Huh

Working on a crypto over here that's not a fork of BitCoin, LiteCoin or any other coin for that matter and so would be nice to get on a dedicated "altcoin" forum.

How did you sign up?  With FB or TW or just regular?

Just regular, got the confirm mail etc but "computer says no"

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May 23, 2013, 07:23:12 PM
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Signed up, tried log in, fail!  Apparently password is incorrect  Huh Huh

Working on a crypto over here that's not a fork of BitCoin, LiteCoin or any other coin for that matter and so would be nice to get on a dedicated "altcoin" forum.

How did you sign up?  With FB or TW or just regular?

Just regular, got the confirm mail etc but "computer says no"

I will reset it and send you a PM.  What is your username.
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