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June 19, 2017, 01:46:32 PM
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I invested in Fastcoin 10 days go because I was sold by the new website, application, addition of languages etc. I have also just filled in the Poloniex request as I think this coin can really gain traction. I just hope the dev team are working hard to market this coin a bit better and get it on more exchanges and implement it to form a real world use.
Can someone from Fastcoin please say you pinky promise that you are going to make the coin go to the Moon ?
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June 19, 2017, 02:17:59 PM
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Guys

Is this coin related in any way with this Ponzy scheme? http://fastcoin.co/

Seems that they are now telling that Fastcoin is their own coin.

Would be good to see a position from the dev here.


Thank you for your question Ribdyne,

With respects to fastcoin.co, please note, we are not directly related to this organization.  

It appears that they have taken an interest in our coin, this is not something we can deny them or any investor interested in our coin as with all freely traded Cryptocurrencies.

With the recent rise of Fastcoin in the open market, our email has been flooded with numerous requests similar to theirs to join in various partnerships and ventures.  

Our legal department is currently reviewing these requests.

Hope this helps you understand our position on this issue.

Sincerely

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Hey fast.

Thank's for your quick answer. Great to know that we are now being focus of interest.

Please, consider my suggestion of creating a slack channel for the community. This can help a lot, in my opinion.

Regards!

Thank you Ribdyne,

And all existing and new members to our forum.  All very good points from everyone and we appreciate your continued support for our coin.  Yes we are looking into a Slack channel as you suggested among now what seems to be a very long list of To Do's for our team.  For now you can follow some of our conversations on twitter in real-time, as stated before we are working on several new technical developments and look forward to sharing the news with the community when the time is right.  

We appreciate the constructive criticism regarding our historically lacking website and marketing efforts.  The Foundation has since made some slight modifications and believe these changes are for the better going forward.  


Thank you all again for your continued support, as we feel this is just a new chapter in our long history of our coin as we actively seek useful adoption and use of FST worldwide.

Sincerely

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June 19, 2017, 02:33:16 PM
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Hi there,

I'm relatively new to altcoin investing but have invested/traded a lot with BTC for years.

After Fastcoin's recent gains, Fastcoin caught my eye. I have to say it looks promising, and given the long history and this large thread here I'm wondering why this coin is still trading at this price. I've already read through quite a bit of this thread, but I still have some questions:
1. If I look at the overall usefulness (speed of transactions which will be useful for many things), the active dev team and the long history, it seems this coin should already have been trading at higher prices, but instead it has only gone up recently. It's especially low when I compare it to comparable coins. Is there anything that I'm missing?
2. I noticed mention of talks with parties that will use/are using the coin, is there any update on this?

Thanks in advance,
Torben

I think because they are good developers but suck at marketing 😂
Thank you both Warmaus and Torben1,

As much as it pains us to admit this, we believe Warmaus is correct.  Again if you have not read the post I had regarding Beta vs VHS, all new members who have the same question about our coin, please feel free to read it here...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218852.1340
My June 11th post @11:29am on this subject.

As stated by Fastcoin, new Marketing initiatives are currently being deployed by the FastCoin foundation and as a result we are now seeing some of the fruits of that labor.

With respects to parties using our coins, yes, we have several interested parties, certainly Fastcoin.co appears to be one of them.  We also have strong interest coming from Russia and China at the moment as well.  Since we are on the subject, anyone in our community who actively communicates, reads and writes in Chinese, please DM us as we may need your help.

Hope that answers your questions for now, thank you again for your continued support.

Looking forward to using FST to help drain "The Swamp" ;-)

Cheers

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June 19, 2017, 08:19:19 PM
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Big advantage to livecoin.net where all the volume is, is there is also a FST/USD page for trading also
non-crypto people can just deposit cash, okpay, payeer plus lots of other ways, rather than having to go down the whole coinbase to btc route

when they see under 2 cents for fst, then look at btc, they realise its dirt cheap

rather than popup on website, fastcoin.ca
I would suggest a dedicated page detailing how and where people can buy and trade,, exchanges
and promote the FST/USD page as easiest for normal people, screenshot
walk them through the pages and process at livecoin
maybe a nice video too, with screenshots of pages

plus it is a matter of time surely before being added to further exchanges, one of consistently top volume on livecoin and does well on cryptopia which is low volume exchange but is number 15 out of all crypto on there and literally must be couple hundred coins on there


they are both good exchanges tbh out of smaller ones

bittrex would be very nice, who knows, are they stockpiling some before adding?
speculating here but seen it all before.

I actually have sellers regret as sold too cheap at a fraction of even this price!
I see a bright future for fastcoin

if, i can't see it, but if we drop back to 300 sat range or below, I'm buying hard

but I think we're going over 1k sats and beyond by the weekend
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June 19, 2017, 09:40:06 PM
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maybe try and get a block explorer on https://chainz.cryptoid.info/

It is great

Thanks for your suggestion orco#2,

I recently posted a request to have FastCoin block explorer added to the site as you mentioned.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=571254.msg19658099#msg19658099

Much appreciated!

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Thanks a lot for the fast responses Cheetahx and Warmaus.

It strengthened my opinion that Fastcoin's future prospects are looking good, and I think the current price is still very cheap. I've bought quite a few coins, let's hope the current trend continues Smiley

Cheers,
Torben

Hi there,

I'm relatively new to altcoin investing but have invested/traded a lot with BTC for years.

After Fastcoin's recent gains, Fastcoin caught my eye. I have to say it looks promising, and given the long history and this large thread here I'm wondering why this coin is still trading at this price. I've already read through quite a bit of this thread, but I still have some questions:
1. If I look at the overall usefulness (speed of transactions which will be useful for many things), the active dev team and the long history, it seems this coin should already have been trading at higher prices, but instead it has only gone up recently. It's especially low when I compare it to comparable coins. Is there anything that I'm missing?
2. I noticed mention of talks with parties that will use/are using the coin, is there any update on this?

Thanks in advance,
Torben

I think because they are good developers but suck at marketing 😂
Thank you both Warmaus and Torben1,

As much as it pains us to admit this, we believe Warmaus is correct.  Again if you have not read the post I had regarding Beta vs VHS, all new members who have the same question about our coin, please feel free to read it here...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218852.1340
My June 11th post @11:29am on this subject.

As stated by Fastcoin, new Marketing initiatives are currently being deployed by the FastCoin foundation and as a result we are now seeing some of the fruits of that labor.

With respects to parties using our coins, yes, we have several interested parties, certainly Fastcoin.co appears to be one of them.  We also have strong interest coming from Russia and China at the moment as well.  Since we are on the subject, anyone in our community who actively communicates, reads and writes in Chinese, please DM us as we may need your help.

Hope that answers your questions for now, thank you again for your continued support.

Looking forward to using FST to help drain "The Swamp" ;-)

Cheers

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June 20, 2017, 02:42:02 AM
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First, I am interested in any source code changes.  I made a few to output more debug information, but that wasn't enough to help me figure anything out.  But based on the number of times I have had to -zapwallettxes on this, I have learned something.  It seems like large transactions (in size, not amount) don't get transmitted to other nodes and/or they don't get put in the blockchain.  These transaction still obey the rules of less than 100KB and do not produce errors.  The only way to do transfers successfully is to limit the transaction sizes.  I didn't see a command line option for this.

Are you able to mine FST using the same client that has the transactions stuck in the mempool? If so, try the -blockmaxsize= cmdline parameter to increase the maximum size block you will generate. This should also allow larger transactions to be incorporated.

Does sound odd that your local client would accept your transaction into the mempool, but other nodes in the network don't. AFAIK the code for both a locally generated and remotely received transaction should do exactly the same checks.

I have turned on mining of FST from the same client with the stuck transactions, but the hash rate was so low that I didn't get any blocks.  But I might try this in the next iteration.

Yes it is strange that other nodes didn't get the transactions.  There seemed to be communication between two nodes on the same machine, but cryptopia, for example didn't get any of the transactions.  Though my cryptopia account does have about 100000 FST pending since April from my very first round of transfers that mostly failed.

Strangely, I also have a withdrawal from Cryptopia that is currently "lost" - f255903149429a1cd5a7b3b50122e9e4634cdac58bd93ea5af97a168729f8533 - This was a transfer to my off market buyer and this transaction is not part of the blockchain (getrawtransaction does not return a successful result).  Cryptopia claims that the transaction was generated and its the miners responsibility to confirm it.  This transaction may in fact be stuck the same way as many of my other transactions that never made it anywhere.  This transaction does not appear in the mempool.  A block explorer would be definitely useful in debugging some of these problems.

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Big advantage to livecoin.net where all the volume is, is there is also a FST/USD page for trading also
non-crypto people can just deposit cash, okpay, payeer plus lots of other ways, rather than having to go down the whole coinbase to btc route

when they see under 2 cents for fst, then look at btc, they realise its dirt cheap

rather than popup on website, fastcoin.ca
I would suggest a dedicated page detailing how and where people can buy and trade,, exchanges
and promote the FST/USD page as easiest for normal people, screenshot
walk them through the pages and process at livecoin
maybe a nice video too, with screenshots of pages

plus it is a matter of time surely before being added to further exchanges, one of consistently top volume on livecoin and does well on cryptopia which is low volume exchange but is number 15 out of all crypto on there and literally must be couple hundred coins on there


they are both good exchanges tbh out of smaller ones

bittrex would be very nice, who knows, are they stockpiling some before adding?
speculating here but seen it all before.

I actually have sellers regret as sold too cheap at a fraction of even this price!
I see a bright future for fastcoin

if, i can't see it, but if we drop back to 300 sat range or below, I'm buying hard

but I think we're going over 1k sats and beyond by the weekend


do we know what the credentials are to be listed for example on bittrex?


btw just wondering if "twiiter" instead of "twitter" is on purpose, on the homepage under community ;-)
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June 20, 2017, 09:17:22 AM
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Gday,
 Good to see an oldschool coin come back to life, well done on your perseverance.
 Does someone have a config file to pick up a few more nodes currently syncing from 1 peer.
looking forward to seeing where FST is in 12 months Smiley
Cheers


Sorry, my bad found it in the op   Grin

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do we know what the credentials are to be listed for example on bittrex?


btw just wondering if "twiiter" instead of "twitter" is on purpose, on the homepage under community ;-)

haha yep I spotted the typo too, hope devs see your comment, only a small thing though

as far as I know bittrex have no add coin application
you can tweet them and if they have 5 they may look into a coin, they generally are on the lookout for new high volume coins unfortunately
they do though add old school honest coins like this that are growing well,

so once we are bigger maybe 5 mill marketcap and better volume I think worth approaching

I think polo are to be avoided, they wouldnt consider fst just now, too low cap

plus THEY are to be avoided, the things i am reading about them at minute on twitter and trollboxes
people are panicking, polo are in undisclosed offices, ignoring support, excuses, they messed up on a coin and people lost all from wallets etc

they are another cryptsy in making i fear, victim of their own success and greed

bittrex is nice but too early imo and not big enough, livecoin is a really nice exchnage plus has fst/usd and fst/btc, this is great for n on crypto people to get into fastcoin

we also need a block explorer as others have said, had a few i think, but they die off if subs not kept up
you have to have one to even apply for polo or bittrex or any exchange
think devs said they are building own one for fastcoin which would be great

the one ediths mentioned few posts up is best, cryptoid i think
but if you visit thread where she linked, they are basically off til september due to growing so big and they want to relax before adding more coins and growing again
they are a first class operation though, not in it for money
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do we know what the credentials are to be listed for example on bittrex?


btw just wondering if "twiiter" instead of "twitter" is on purpose, on the homepage under community ;-)

haha yep I spotted the typo too, hope devs see your comment, only a small thing though

as far as I know bittrex have no add coin application
you can tweet them and if they have 5 they may look into a coin, they generally are on the lookout for new high volume coins unfortunately
they do though add old school honest coins like this that are growing well,

so once we are bigger maybe 5 mill marketcap and better volume I think worth approaching

I think polo are to be avoided, they wouldnt consider fst just now, too low cap

plus THEY are to be avoided, the things i am reading about them at minute on twitter and trollboxes
people are panicking, polo are in undisclosed offices, ignoring support, excuses, they messed up on a coin and people lost all from wallets etc

they are another cryptsy in making i fear, victim of their own success and greed

bittrex is nice but too early imo and not big enough, livecoin is a really nice exchnage plus has fst/usd and fst/btc, this is great for n on crypto people to get into fastcoin

we also need a block explorer as others have said, had a few i think, but they die off if subs not kept up
you have to have one to even apply for polo or bittrex or any exchange
think devs said they are building own one for fastcoin which would be great

the one ediths mentioned few posts up is best, cryptoid i think
but if you visit thread where she linked, they are basically off til september due to growing so big and they want to relax before adding more coins and growing again
they are a first class operation though, not in it for money

Polo have stepped up to the plate every time! They have been through everything and just grown stronger each time. https://poloniex.com/press-releases/2017.06.07-Improving-Our-Support-Capacity/

Don't take life too serious, No one gets out alive Wink
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June 20, 2017, 12:29:44 PM
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Big advantage to livecoin.net where all the volume is, is there is also a FST/USD page for trading also
non-crypto people can just deposit cash, okpay, payeer plus lots of other ways, rather than having to go down the whole coinbase to btc route

when they see under 2 cents for fst, then look at btc, they realise its dirt cheap

rather than popup on website, fastcoin.ca
I would suggest a dedicated page detailing how and where people can buy and trade,, exchanges
and promote the FST/USD page as easiest for normal people, screenshot
walk them through the pages and process at livecoin
maybe a nice video too, with screenshots of pages

plus it is a matter of time surely before being added to further exchanges, one of consistently top volume on livecoin and does well on cryptopia which is low volume exchange but is number 15 out of all crypto on there and literally must be couple hundred coins on there


they are both good exchanges tbh out of smaller ones

bittrex would be very nice, who knows, are they stockpiling some before adding?
speculating here but seen it all before.

I actually have sellers regret as sold too cheap at a fraction of even this price!
I see a bright future for fastcoin

if, i can't see it, but if we drop back to 300 sat range or below, I'm buying hard

but I think we're going over 1k sats and beyond by the weekend


do we know what the credentials are to be listed for example on bittrex?


btw just wondering if "twiiter" instead of "twitter" is on purpose, on the homepage under community ;-)

Thanks for the note Zimtente,

It looks like the WebDev dotted too many "i" and not enough "t" ;-). 

Has now been corrected, thanks again for the catch.

Sincerely

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do we know what the credentials are to be listed for example on bittrex?


btw just wondering if "twiiter" instead of "twitter" is on purpose, on the homepage under community ;-)

haha yep I spotted the typo too, hope devs see your comment, only a small thing though

as far as I know bittrex have no add coin application
you can tweet them and if they have 5 they may look into a coin, they generally are on the lookout for new high volume coins unfortunately
they do though add old school honest coins like this that are growing well,

so once we are bigger maybe 5 mill marketcap and better volume I think worth approaching

I think polo are to be avoided, they wouldnt consider fst just now, too low cap

plus THEY are to be avoided, the things i am reading about them at minute on twitter and trollboxes
people are panicking, polo are in undisclosed offices, ignoring support, excuses, they messed up on a coin and people lost all from wallets etc

they are another cryptsy in making i fear, victim of their own success and greed

bittrex is nice but too early imo and not big enough, livecoin is a really nice exchnage plus has fst/usd and fst/btc, this is great for n on crypto people to get into fastcoin

we also need a block explorer as others have said, had a few i think, but they die off if subs not kept up
you have to have one to even apply for polo or bittrex or any exchange
think devs said they are building own one for fastcoin which would be great

the one ediths mentioned few posts up is best, cryptoid i think
but if you visit thread where she linked, they are basically off til september due to growing so big and they want to relax before adding more coins and growing again
they are a first class operation though, not in it for money

Polo have stepped up to the plate every time! They have been through everything and just grown stronger each time. https://poloniex.com/press-releases/2017.06.07-Improving-Our-Support-Capacity/

Thanks for your post Dan,

This is a good thing,

We will continue to monitor and encourage all community members to continue petitioning Poloniex for FST's enlistment.

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June 20, 2017, 01:13:46 PM
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First, I am interested in any source code changes.  I made a few to output more debug information, but that wasn't enough to help me figure anything out.  But based on the number of times I have had to -zapwallettxes on this, I have learned something.  It seems like large transactions (in size, not amount) don't get transmitted to other nodes and/or they don't get put in the blockchain.  These transaction still obey the rules of less than 100KB and do not produce errors.  The only way to do transfers successfully is to limit the transaction sizes.  I didn't see a command line option for this.

Are you able to mine FST using the same client that has the transactions stuck in the mempool? If so, try the -blockmaxsize= cmdline parameter to increase the maximum size block you will generate. This should also allow larger transactions to be incorporated.

Does sound odd that your local client would accept your transaction into the mempool, but other nodes in the network don't. AFAIK the code for both a locally generated and remotely received transaction should do exactly the same checks.

I have turned on mining of FST from the same client with the stuck transactions, but the hash rate was so low that I didn't get any blocks.  But I might try this in the next iteration.

Yes it is strange that other nodes didn't get the transactions.  There seemed to be communication between two nodes on the same machine, but cryptopia, for example didn't get any of the transactions.  Though my cryptopia account does have about 100000 FST pending since April from my very first round of transfers that mostly failed.

Strangely, I also have a withdrawal from Cryptopia that is currently "lost" - f255903149429a1cd5a7b3b50122e9e4634cdac58bd93ea5af97a168729f8533 - This was a transfer to my off market buyer and this transaction is not part of the blockchain (getrawtransaction does not return a successful result).  Cryptopia claims that the transaction was generated and its the miners responsibility to confirm it.  This transaction may in fact be stuck the same way as many of my other transactions that never made it anywhere.  This transaction does not appear in the mempool.  A block explorer would be definitely useful in debugging some of these problems.

Thanks for your post and update Stouse49,

We are working on having a block explorer available, we will let the community know once it is ready for deployment.  We have also noted that some of our commuity members are also working on 3rd party solutions as well.

Our network stats indicate Network mining difficulty is currently fluctuating between 4 and 5 at the moment.  Not sure what the issue may be with Cryptopia, thank you for letting us know and please do continue to keep us posted.

Best Regards

Fast

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Fastcoin looks like a really promising coin, I'm glad I invested on time. Let's get it higher.

So in order to convince me to buy, I visited your website (I'm French), aaaand that translation is quite ridiculous haha

You guys wrote "12 Deuxième temps de blocage", which is an absolute non sense. Literally, it means "12 Second (Like in First, Second, Third, Fourth...) blocking time".
In my opinion, the best translation (Which doesn't sound weird) would be:
"12 secondes par bloc" (literally "12 seconds per block", sounds better in french)

But if you want a more literal translation, I'd go with "Temps de bloc de 12 secondes". Yet it sounds weird.

If you need help to translate the rest of the website, I'd be glad to help.
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June 20, 2017, 01:58:49 PM
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Fastcoin looks like a really promising coin, I'm glad I invested on time. Let's get it higher.

So in order to convince me to buy, I visited your website (I'm French), aaaand that translation is quite ridiculous haha

You guys wrote "12 Deuxième temps de blocage", which is an absolute non sense. Literally, it means "12 Second (Like in First, Second, Third, Fourth...) blocking time".
In my opinion, the best translation (Which doesn't sound weird) would be:
"12 secondes par bloc" (literally "12 seconds per block", sounds better in french)

But if you want a more literal translation, I'd go with "Temps de bloc de 12 secondes". Yet it sounds weird.

If you need help to translate the rest of the website, I'd be glad to help.

Merci Sir_Iglou,

We appreciate your feedback and will notify the WebDev ASAP with the changes.  We encourage you with your constructive feedback as well as all community members, please feel free to let us know how to make FastCoin the best it can be!

Much appreciated mon amie!

Cordialement

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June 20, 2017, 02:05:11 PM
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Fastcoin looks like a really promising coin, I'm glad I invested on time. Let's get it higher.

So in order to convince me to buy, I visited your website (I'm French), aaaand that translation is quite ridiculous haha

You guys wrote "12 Deuxième temps de blocage", which is an absolute non sense. Literally, it means "12 Second (Like in First, Second, Third, Fourth...) blocking time".
In my opinion, the best translation (Which doesn't sound weird) would be:
"12 secondes par bloc" (literally "12 seconds per block", sounds better in french)

But if you want a more literal translation, I'd go with "Temps de bloc de 12 secondes". Yet it sounds weird.

If you need help to translate the rest of the website, I'd be glad to help.

Merci once again Sir_Iglou,

Les modifications apportées à la page ont été faites comme indiqué!



Cordialement

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June 20, 2017, 02:51:19 PM
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I just want to say, that I am new to the Forum, but have been quite fond of FastCoin for sometime now.  I think the FastCoin team has done a wonderful job with this coin and look forward to buying more!

Keep up the good work!

Edith
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June 20, 2017, 04:13:17 PM
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This coin is still the fastest and has the longest blockchain. Neither of those things are very useful for the purposes of being a currency, but they are novelties and they are definitely one of a kind. My thoughts are that one of a kind novelties are enough to maintain value, especially if you believe in blockchain tech.

We understand that our coin may not be "Perfect" but like Bitcoin and all the rest of them, for the purpose of storing and exchanging value, FST it is "Good Enough" to perform the task.  

Looking forward to getting past the teething stages of our coin, and moving on to much larger specific use cases.

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Yes, this was a significant quote. Besides the speed and the name, Fastcoin is fascinating as an experiment in 'naive scaling'. If Fastcoin can mine 50 times as many blocks as Bitcoin, imagine how large Bitcoin blocks could be... Of course, there are limits. It took me two weeks to download the blockchain from scratch on a new hard drive. We really need an SPV wallet, or a web wallet that saves the keys locally. In other words, a reliable method to use FST without downloading the entire blockchain (and I don't mean downloading a zip file).

Someone said there's a mobile wallet. How does that work?

The price has gone up 5x since I bought more FST in addition to my original holdings from years ago. But there's a long way to go, I want it to go up 100x. Let's look at the long term: it should be user-friendly before we start bothering major exchanges again.
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June 20, 2017, 04:25:54 PM
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outside this forum, twitter is the centre of the crypto universe

all FST fans follow the main Fastcoin twitter account, like all the tweets, and retweet and tweet your own FASTCOIN tweets
https://twitter.com/fast_coin

as a supporter the community needs to do their bit to get word out, this is the minimum you can do guys

get word out what a joy it is to send and receive fastcoin.
It really is compared to bitcoin

sending bitcoin is a nailbiting, slow horrible experience compared to the mighty #FST
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