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November 22, 2013, 12:51:14 PM
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Also, I've added a donations progress bar on my block explorer with dynamic server cost per month converted from USD to BTC to YAC (LOL). Right now it sits at around 5750 YAC per month needed to keep the server running (I pay around $20/mo). So far got 0.94 YAC in donations this month, so feel free to donate some! Cheesy

It doesn't add it up right. Should be 2053,85 donated so far this month, but it shows 2052.91 so far.
In a few weeks that's probably enough to pay for more than just a month ...

Keep up your great work.

Sign a message and get some YAC: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=300152.0
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November 22, 2013, 03:10:38 PM
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I wish Cheesy

Nice write up on the economic side of YAC St. Bit, appreciated that link.
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November 22, 2013, 05:02:29 PM
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New fun little yacoin design  Grin


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November 22, 2013, 06:42:18 PM
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I dig that, looks very commercial.

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November 22, 2013, 06:45:42 PM
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Heres the avatar sized version



Play around with it as you like Smiley

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November 22, 2013, 07:10:00 PM
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One thing I ponder sometimes is if it would be better to change the naming strategy, as in, YACoin is the protocol and you get a YACoin Card like you get a "Visa Card" or a "MasterCard". Then, what you have in a YACoin Card is called simply "points".

The public is familiar already with having cards that store reward points, and when you think about it these points are currency agnostic. They may still be confused about what's "having x bitcoins", but they would understand instantly what is to have a "YACoin Card with 1,000 points".

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November 22, 2013, 07:13:13 PM
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Points sounds good, in a way it strips the confusion through familiarity.

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November 22, 2013, 09:08:51 PM
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One thing I ponder sometimes is if it would be better to change the naming strategy, as in, YACoin is the protocol and you get a YACoin Card like you get a "Visa Card" or a "MasterCard". Then, what you have in a YACoin Card is called simply "points".

The public is familiar already with having cards that store reward points, and when you think about it these points are currency agnostic. They may still be confused about what's "having x bitcoins", but they would understand instantly what is to have a "YACoin Card with 1,000 points".

With that in mind I made this little fella:



 Grin Dont hate on me!




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November 22, 2013, 09:50:13 PM
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That may be an amazing idea, YAC atm, debit cards that work anywhere in the world...payment processor for stores. Heck yeah Cheesy
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November 22, 2013, 09:51:56 PM
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I have a contact for "high risk" Credit cards if anyone wants to pursue it

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November 23, 2013, 12:09:09 AM
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I have a contact for "high risk" Credit cards if anyone wants to pursue it

You mean to get "carded" gear? I don't think that's appropriate for this thread bro.
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November 23, 2013, 12:31:35 AM
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Hell no, "high risk" is merchant services for things that have potential for higher than normal chargebacks, my suggestion is based on the probability that most credit card companies wouldnt work with virtual currencies, but high risk providers may entertain it with a well written business plan. Typical clients are adult websites, filesharing sites and similar...

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November 23, 2013, 08:30:08 AM
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I'd still like to be able to exchange USD to YAC directly.  It's silly depositing money in dwolla, waiting 3-4 days for it to clear, sending money to an exchange, buying bitcoins, waiting for it to confirm, sending to another exchange, and then finally converting BTC to YAC.  It would be a huge time saver being able to buy directly.  Not to mention it would probably greatly help the economy of YAC - the value would begin to be based on a direct currency exchange rather then on the current bitcoin price.

 

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November 23, 2013, 03:01:55 PM
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I'd still like to be able to exchange USD to YAC directly.  It's silly depositing money in dwolla, waiting 3-4 days for it to clear, sending money to an exchange, buying bitcoins, waiting for it to confirm, sending to another exchange, and then finally converting BTC to YAC.  It would be a huge time saver being able to buy directly.  Not to mention it would probably greatly help the economy of YAC - the value would begin to be based on a direct currency exchange rather then on the current bitcoin price.

If anyone can formulate a basic plan behind this, I could approach some companies to see what the associated fees would be and its general viability to operate.

Ps nice little rise in yac at the minute Smiley

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November 23, 2013, 04:29:03 PM
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I'd still like to be able to exchange USD to YAC directly.  It's silly depositing money in dwolla, waiting 3-4 days for it to clear, sending money to an exchange, buying bitcoins, waiting for it to confirm, sending to another exchange, and then finally converting BTC to YAC.  It would be a huge time saver being able to buy directly.  Not to mention it would probably greatly help the economy of YAC - the value would begin to be based on a direct currency exchange rather then on the current bitcoin price.

If anyone can formulate a basic plan behind this, I could approach some companies to see what the associated fees would be and its general viability to operate.

Ps nice little rise in yac at the minute Smiley

It's up at 24th place on coinmarketcap, just passed QuarkCoin.
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November 23, 2013, 04:38:04 PM
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Good news, better buy some more!

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November 23, 2013, 08:04:33 PM
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My hashrate for YAC has gone from about 7.5kh/s to 1.9kh/s. So, about 25% of the previous rate.

My 7950 GPU results are similar--about 25% of what it was.  8.41 kh/s to 2.12 kh/s.
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November 23, 2013, 09:55:41 PM
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My hashrate for YAC has gone from about 7.5kh/s to 1.9kh/s. So, about 25% of the previous rate.

My 7950 GPU results are similar--about 25% of what it was.  8.41 kh/s to 2.12 kh/s.
Next n change going to be measuring mining speed in hash/sec!
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November 24, 2013, 02:03:53 AM
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My hashrate for YAC has gone from about 7.5kh/s to 1.9kh/s. So, about 25% of the previous rate.

My 7950 GPU results are similar--about 25% of what it was.  8.41 kh/s to 2.12 kh/s.
Next n change going to be measuring mining speed in hash/sec!

Yeah we will be!  I know my cpu miners are getting ~ 0.10 kh/s (100 hash/s) per thread.

btw- I recently switched my mining pool to 'http://yac.coinmine.pl/index.php' from 'http://yac.ltcoin.net/' (I was having a lot of issued with yac.ltcoin - coins disappearing, wrong amounts on payouts, etc.) and several of my CPU miner's aren't connecting.  I tired all of the ports but of my CPU miners still won't connect.  I'm using ssse3 miner and after it launches, I get 'x miner thread started...' but it never goes to 'long-polling activated for....'  It's odd because about half of my miners connect (including my GPUs), but other's aren't

Is anyone else having this issue?  Is there anything on my end I can try to do to fix it - or is it on the pool's side?  I looked on the 'yac.cooinmin.pl' site for a contact to message the pool owner - but there doesn't seem to be any contact information!?!?

 

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November 24, 2013, 02:58:08 AM
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Yeah we will be!  I know my cpu miners are getting ~ 0.10 kh/s (100 hash/s) per thread.

btw- I recently switched my mining pool to 'http://yac.coinmine.pl/index.php' from 'http://yac.ltcoin.net/' (I was having a lot of issued with yac.ltcoin - coins disappearing, wrong amounts on payouts, etc.) and several of my CPU miner's aren't connecting.  I tired all of the ports but of my CPU miners still won't connect.  I'm using ssse3 miner and after it launches, I get 'x miner thread started...' but it never goes to 'long-polling activated for....'  It's odd because about half of my miners connect (including my GPUs), but other's aren't

Is anyone else having this issue?  Is there anything on my end I can try to do to fix it - or is it on the pool's side?  I looked on the 'yac.cooinmin.pl' site for a contact to message the pool owner - but there doesn't seem to be any contact information!?!?

I think feeleep runs that pool. Have you tried what he posted in the last page?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206577.msg3661707#msg3661707

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