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October 28, 2017, 11:38:49 PM
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500K very nice for MN. They will not be much. Even 1M be better.
If you want cheaper MN, go and buy desire, monaco, coinonatx, chaincoin and so on.

Assuming 25% of supply remains in circulation, at 500k number of MNs would not get higher than 100. Won't this challenge the decentralisation? Especially assuming there are a few, like yourselves I'm guessing, with more than a million. Actual true nodes will be estimated at 70 or less.

At least 250k would allow the real number to creep above 100 for a more secure network.


http://185.144.156.215/richlist

Do you see alot ppl with 1M balances?

MNs can be max 150 after PoW, but do you forget about PoS? It can be 1000 MNs in a year...
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October 28, 2017, 11:44:31 PM
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500K very nice for MN. They will not be much. Even 1M be better.
If you want cheaper MN, go and buy desire, monaco, coinonatx, chaincoin and so on.

Assuming 25% of supply remains in circulation, at 500k number of MNs would not get higher than 100. Won't this challenge the decentralisation? Especially assuming there are a few, like yourselves I'm guessing, with more than a million. Actual true nodes will be estimated at 70 or less.

At least 250k would allow the real number to creep above 100 for a more secure network.


http://185.144.156.215/richlist

Do you see alot ppl with 1M balances?

MNs can be max 150 after PoW, but do you forget about PoS? It can be 1000 MNs in a year...


True there is POS. I'd still prefer more MNs though for stability, and I think most would agree.

Those are addresses, not wallets. Who's saying everyone mined to the same address? Especially given how many different pools people were jumping to. Not a good argument at all.

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October 28, 2017, 11:46:28 PM
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500K very nice for MN. They will not be much. Even 1M be better.
If you want cheaper MN, go and buy desire, monaco, coinonatx, chaincoin and so on.

Assuming 25% of supply remains in circulation, at 500k number of MNs would not get higher than 100. Won't this challenge the decentralisation? Especially assuming there are a few, like yourselves I'm guessing, with more than a million. Actual true nodes will be estimated at 70 or less.

At least 250k would allow the real number to creep above 100 for a more secure network.


http://185.144.156.215/richlist

Do you see alot ppl with 1M balances?

MNs can be max 150 after PoW, but do you forget about PoS? It can be 1000 MNs in a year...

Max 160 MNs after pow. (80 000 000 coins )
After 1 year max 170 MNs   (85 184 000). (block reward 5 coins per block)
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October 28, 2017, 11:52:11 PM
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500K very nice for MN. They will not be much. Even 1M be better.
If you want cheaper MN, go and buy desire, monaco, coinonatx, chaincoin and so on.

Assuming 25% of supply remains in circulation, at 500k number of MNs would not get higher than 100. Won't this challenge the decentralisation? Especially assuming there are a few, like yourselves I'm guessing, with more than a million. Actual true nodes will be estimated at 70 or less.

At least 250k would allow the real number to creep above 100 for a more secure network.


http://185.144.156.215/richlist

Do you see alot ppl with 1M balances?

MNs can be max 150 after PoW, but do you forget about PoS? It can be 1000 MNs in a year...



Max 160 MNs after pow. (80 000 000 coins )
After 1 year max 170 MNs   (85 184 000). (block reward 5 coins per block)

I'm saying actual max is closer to 100 or less, when circulation and whales are taken into consideration. Don't forget a large portion of coins will be in circulation due to not having enough for MN.

Agreed, 100k was probably too low. But still 250 is a more sustainable (and attainable) number and it doesn't dilute value greatly.

Of course decision is up to you, just giving an opinion.
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October 29, 2017, 12:02:03 AM
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WTB 100K FORCE, 100 sat each = 0.1 BTC

Hi you see https://coinsmarkets.com/trade-BTC-FOR.htm
Anyone could sell higher on that.

No volume for 100K their

Just noticed these guys quote to 0.1 of a sat (9 decimals). Sot there is a bit of volume around 200 sats, though it looks like 2000 on there.
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October 29, 2017, 12:58:51 AM
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Wow since yesterday network hashrate jumped a lot. Good job, Vhawk23 on a coin.

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October 29, 2017, 02:39:09 AM
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nice. force coin 3k satoshi next moon.  Smiley Smiley Smiley Smiley Smiley Smiley

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October 29, 2017, 02:39:50 AM
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Wow since yesterday network hashrate jumped a lot. Good job, Vhawk23 on a coin.



Oh yeah its practically unmineable. Its okay though, the 15000 block is when it shuts the mining down significantly

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October 29, 2017, 02:53:13 AM
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Wow since yesterday network hashrate jumped a lot. Good job, Vhawk23 on a coin.



Oh yeah its practically unmineable. Its okay though, the 15000 block is when it shuts the mining down significantly
yeah diif POW 127718.02545498 lol very hard minning
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October 29, 2017, 05:32:47 AM
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Is there neither slack nor discord?
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October 29, 2017, 06:12:05 AM
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it,s says DPOS Reward : 1500 (until block 50 000) does that mean i have to vote to someone to receive stake like to receive stake in rise coin you have to give vote first. or i should leave my wallet on 24/7 with coin init to receice stake like most of pos coin do?
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October 29, 2017, 06:27:04 AM
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where all the hash goes?
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October 29, 2017, 06:29:48 AM
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it,s says DPOS Reward : 1500 (until block 50 000) does that mean i have to vote to someone to receive stake like to receive stake in rise coin you have to give vote first. or i should leave my wallet on 24/7 with coin init to receice stake like most of pos coin do?

It seems the biggest pool has some problems , my asics also unable to connect .
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October 29, 2017, 08:44:06 AM
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^ choose the right pool guys, blockchain is working fine.

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October 29, 2017, 08:46:34 AM
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XIOS Clone? Huh

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October 29, 2017, 09:37:27 AM
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interesting with this coin
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October 29, 2017, 10:02:50 AM
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force coin pool and other cryptocoins (the best of the moment)

http://109.235.67.6/getting_started

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October 29, 2017, 10:06:55 AM
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wow, great project with masternodes feature.

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October 29, 2017, 10:13:35 AM
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500K very nice for MN. They will not be much. Even 1M be better.
If you want cheaper MN, go and buy desire, monaco, coinonatx, chaincoin and so on.

Assuming 25% of supply remains in circulation, at 500k number of MNs would not get higher than 100. Won't this challenge the decentralisation? Especially assuming there are a few, like yourselves I'm guessing, with more than a million. Actual true nodes will be estimated at 70 or less.

At least 250k would allow the real number to creep above 100 for a more secure network.


http://185.144.156.215/richlist

Do you see alot ppl with 1M balances?

MNs can be max 150 after PoW, but do you forget about PoS? It can be 1000 MNs in a year...

Max 160 MNs after pow. (80 000 000 coins )
After 1 year max 170 MNs   (85 184 000). (block reward 5 coins per block)


If a single person has majority of MNs, are we not risking ourselves to attacks.
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October 29, 2017, 11:42:06 AM
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Looks interesting, bought a few, I'll keep my eye on  this one.

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