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Question: How should Bitcoin Testnet coins be abbreviated?
BT3 (Bitcoin Testnet Version Three) - 1 (50%)
tBTC (Testnet Bitcoins) - 1 (50%)
tBT3 - 0 (0%)
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May 25, 2013, 02:15:35 PM
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There is a bit of a difference regarding the abbreviation of Bitcoin testnet coins. Feel free to mention other ideas!

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May 25, 2013, 02:23:49 PM
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I think the tBT3 would be good. The BT3 really does not tell you what it is. what happens if there is a version 3 of something like that ..can cause confusion.

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May 25, 2013, 02:30:11 PM
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I think the tBT3 would be good. The BT3 really does not tell you what it is. what happens if there is a version 3 of something like that ..can cause confusion.

Just my 2 cents

Still not figured out how to mine this anyways haha

Good point, that's a nice suggestion. I'll try to add it to the poll. To mine you can use procrypto's pool:

Server: mine.procrypto.com
Port: 19332
Stats: http://mine.procrypto.com:19332/static/
Username: <your testnet bitcoin address>
Password: (doesn't matter)


It's working great for me. :-)

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May 25, 2013, 02:34:08 PM
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I think the tBT3 would be good. The BT3 really does not tell you what it is. what happens if there is a version 3 of something like that ..can cause confusion.

Just my 2 cents

Still not figured out how to mine this anyways haha

Good point, that's a nice suggestion. I'll try to add it to the poll. To mine you can use procrypto's pool:

Server: mine.procrypto.com
Port: 19332
Stats: http://mine.procrypto.com:19332/static/
Username: <your testnet bitcoin address>
Password: (doesn't matter)


It's working great for me. :-)

O there it is...thanks! I know I most likely could have used the search button but come on...this was wayyy easier lol. Thank you.

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