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May 10, 2013, 07:41:08 PM
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Is it too late to relaunch this coin fairly, at a pre-announced date and time?

And with difficulty not at 0?

I have 20k YAC I mined so I don't care much either way, but it would be nice to see a 'flawless' release for a coin. Has there ever been one?

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May 10, 2013, 07:41:58 PM
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lol,
is yes, we will relaunch bitcoin also Smiley
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May 10, 2013, 07:43:36 PM
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Is it too late to relaunch this coin fairly, at a pre-announced date and time?

And with difficulty not at 0?

I have 20k YAC I mined so I don't care much either way, but it would be nice to see a 'flawless' release for a coin. Has there ever been one?

I'm sure it will be relaunched as new alt-coin with a new name any day now!!
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May 10, 2013, 07:48:38 PM
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Bitcoin was already re-launched twice, once as Terracoin and again as Bytecoin.

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May 10, 2013, 07:50:15 PM
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Bitcoin was already re-launched twice, once as Terracoin and again as Bytecoin.

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True. I'll add details and stop assuming people can read my mind. I mean, is the CPU mining only thing still a relevant advantage or have people figured out how to get a lot more juice out of their GPU's with it yet? In which case wouldn't that make a re-launch not as good...

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May 10, 2013, 07:51:33 PM
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Is it too late to relaunch this coin fairly, at a pre-announced date and time?

And with difficulty not at 0?

I have 20k YAC I mined so I don't care much either way, but it would be nice to see a 'flawless' release for a coin. Has there ever been one?

So you want to relaunch YAC making your 20k disappear?

Something don't add up right here.

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May 10, 2013, 07:53:20 PM
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Bitcoin was already re-launched twice, once as Terracoin and again as Bytecoin.

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True. I'll add details and stop assuming people can read my mind. I mean, is the CPU mining only thing still a relevant advantage or have people figured out how to get a lot more juice out of their GPU's with it yet? In which case wouldn't that make a re-launch not as good...

That's exactly why a relaunch wouldn't work. Though I've seen no evidence, there's already conspiracy theorists claiming that several have adapted the new scrypt algo to GPUs in private. These people will still complain regardless.

It is non-trivial to port the code to GPUs and while it is *possible* someone has already done it, it's really unlikely.
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May 10, 2013, 07:53:39 PM
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It's going to be interesting to see if a coin comes out that truly is focused on growing the coin instead of getting rich quick.  If one did you'd see it take off as far as community support is concerned instead of just miner support(there is a big difference).   Every coin outside of bitcoin has been first and foremost about making the developers and earliest adopters money, to truly innovate we need the developers focus to be on something other than immediate financial gratification.  
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May 10, 2013, 07:55:08 PM
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There are so many chains you can still mine with CPUs that making a whole new launch specially for the botnet operators seems kind of redundant. People with CPUs have plenty of coins to mine already.

They had all year to mine BBQcoin along with several others, and even though BBQcoin is now too difficult all the others are still fine for CPUs. (And when they are not, presumably like BBQcoin they will be in the phase where they pay the CPU miners who mined them all along a nice big bonus, probably more than their GPUs were making over the same months.)

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There are so many chains you can still mine with CPUs that making a whole new launch specially for the botnet operators seems kind of redundant. People with CPUs have plenty of coins to mine already.

They had all year to mine BBQcoin along with several others, and even though BBQcoin is now too difficult all the others are still fine for CPUs. (And when they are not, presumably like BBQcoin they will be in the phase where they pay the CPU miners who mined them all along a nice big bonus, probably more than their GPUs were making over the same months.)

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What, in your opinion are the best CPU coins out there. I value your opinion because I've been reading your posts and you seem to have quite a collection of rare/semi-defunct coins you like to mine. I am quite addicted to collecting these alt coins myself but I try to keep it profitable. That said BBQ seems to have been a fluke and even then, it's not exactly setting the world alight selling for 1 cents a pop right now... It paints a nice story all these dedicated CPU BBQ miners finally receiving a handsome payoff for keeping the faith, but I don't think that is what is really occuring? Let me know what you think.

Is it too late to relaunch this coin fairly, at a pre-announced date and time?

And with difficulty not at 0?

I have 20k YAC I mined so I don't care much either way, but it would be nice to see a 'flawless' release for a coin. Has there ever been one?

So you want to relaunch YAC making your 20k disappear?

Something don't add up right here.

I don't think Litecoin being rebooted as Feathercoin caused any of my Litecoins to disappear.

If you don't believe me btw I am happy to bet 500 litecoin that I have > 15K YAC stored in my two wallets.

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May 10, 2013, 08:19:37 PM
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Is it too late to relaunch this coin fairly, at a pre-announced date and time?

And with difficulty not at 0?

I have 20k YAC I mined so I don't care much either way, but it would be nice to see a 'flawless' release for a coin. Has there ever been one?

So you want to relaunch YAC making your 20k disappear?

Something don't add up right here.

I don't think Litecoin being rebooted as Feathercoin caused any of my Litecoins to disappear.

If you don't believe me btw I am happy to bet 500 litecoin that I have > 15K YAC stored in my two wallets.
Litecoin has never been rebooted. It's been forked and started as something else. A reboot means the blockchain would be restarted from 0, which has happened to the testnet a few times.

Why would you lie about your holding? If it was something worth having like 20k of Bitcoins, that would be a different story.

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