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January 19, 2014, 05:30:28 PM
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Quick question to each of you DevCoin earners out there:
 
What would DevCoin earners want to regularly spend their DevCoin on?

If someone has already mention your idea please repeat it so I can get some idea of numbers...

Responses will be collated and reported back to this thread.

Maybe you will get your wish.   Cool

P.S. If there is a better way of doing this please point me to it.

Thanks

I'm a junkie for gift cards. Amazon, Cabella's, etc.
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January 19, 2014, 05:40:06 PM
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DVC/BTC pair added to cryptsy today + nice article Smiley http://www.dcmagnates.com/devcoin-rewarding-all-players-not-just-miners/
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January 19, 2014, 06:13:37 PM
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DVC/BTC pair added to cryptsy today + nice article Smiley http://www.dcmagnates.com/devcoin-rewarding-all-players-not-just-miners/

Maybe we can get $4million volume daily Smiley
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January 19, 2014, 06:17:12 PM
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DVC/BTC pair added to cryptsy today + nice article Smiley http://www.dcmagnates.com/devcoin-rewarding-all-players-not-just-miners/

Maybe we can get $4million volume daily Smiley

That's the real wishful thinking! Cheesy But of course I want it to happen Wink
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January 19, 2014, 06:26:05 PM
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Quick question to each of you DevCoin earners out there:
 
What would DevCoin earners want to regularly spend their DevCoin on?

If someone has already mention your idea please repeat it so I can get some idea of numbers...

Responses will be collated and reported back to this thread.

I'm a junkie for gift cards. Amazon, Cabella's, etc.

Thanks eeh, but gift cards indicate you wanted to buy something else...

I am looking for things you would regularly buy with DevCoin direct.

In this way we know what to target to make a difference to those earning DVC.

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January 19, 2014, 06:38:15 PM
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Services, then? Auto delivered products like personal hygiene products (razor blades, Amway-ish)?

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January 19, 2014, 06:41:26 PM
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Today launching my DVC qt on OS X I'm getting these errors and qt closes shortly afterwards  Huh

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January 19, 2014, 06:49:54 PM
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Services, then? Auto delivered products like personal hygiene products (razor blades, Amway-ish)?

Was not thinking of Amway but yes a way for paying for services and Auto delivered products, may be two ways to go.

Problem is people earning DevCoin, hopefully, live all over the Globe so how to reach them. You would need to address each country one at a time to start with or as you say get someone like Amway with international reach to accept DevCoin.

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January 19, 2014, 07:00:56 PM
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Services, then? Auto delivered products like personal hygiene products (razor blades, Amway-ish)?

Was not thinking of Amway but yes a way for paying for services and Auto delivered products, may be two ways to go.

Problem is people earning DevCoin, hopefully, live all over the Globe so how to reach them. You would need to address each country one at a time to start with or as you say get someone like Amway with international reach to accept DevCoin.


Its a good thought, I would start with the main interest countries first and as those pan out in your plan then move into other countries who show interest. That way you can make sure not to waste your time going with 100 countries when they don't offer any interest in the service or products.   Will be interesting to see what you come up with!

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January 19, 2014, 07:31:29 PM
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Was not thinking of Amway but yes a way for paying for services and Auto delivered products, may be two ways to go.

Problem is people earning DevCoin, hopefully, live all over the Globe so how to reach them. You would need to address each country one at a time to start with or as you say get someone like Amway with international reach to accept DevCoin.


Its a good thought, I would start with the main interest countries first and as those pan out in your plan then move into other countries who show interest. That way you can make sure not to waste your time going with 100 countries when they don't offer any interest in the service or products.   Will be interesting to see what you come up with!

Chad

Thanks Chad,

Do we know how many people earning DevCoin live in any particular country? If not would we ever know?
Is there a way of contacting them? Other than this thread, which I assume most are not following.



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January 19, 2014, 07:42:45 PM
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Today launching my DVC qt on OS X I'm getting these errors and qt closes shortly afterwards  Huh



This is from devcoin.org? You may have to delete your data directory and run a fresh blockchain download.. make sure you copy your wallet.dat before you clear directory contents.
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January 19, 2014, 07:45:23 PM
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i have a question..... didn't do anything, except leave my devcoin wallet running for a few days, and had 10DVC just "show up".... is the wallet running a miner?
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January 19, 2014, 08:32:32 PM
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newest wallet(devcoind on linux x32) and android wallet(1.0.1) tested, basically it all works like a charm, great work! I tested the new windows version of qt gui, sending receiving via qr code from and to android wallet, everything works.

and some minor issues:

1. devcoind need to be compiled dynamically, i'd manually removed the '--static' flag. If not, the compilation finished but it report "cannot find file or directory" while starting devcoind;

2. I suppose the android wallet does not compatible with old devcoin nodes yet? because it cannot connect to any peer, so I let it point to my own node which has deployed the newest devcoind (d.evco.in with default port), and it works.

Hey man,

I pushed the changes tot he make file I removed the static flag and uploaded 1.0.13 to http://sourceforge.net/projects/devcoin/files/

Please provide a zip package with the linux x32 build.
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January 19, 2014, 08:54:43 PM
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Thanks Chad,

Do we know how many people earning DevCoin live in any particular country? If not would we ever know?
Is there a way of contacting them? Other than this thread, which I assume most are not following.


Not really, we know who is receiving earnings from DevTome but they are on here (mostly active). As far as mining, no way of telling, they are all over since they could be merge mining with BTC.

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January 19, 2014, 08:57:55 PM
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My last eight (or so) submissions have taken no less than 60 hours to produce. When you calculate my earnings, that isn't much compared with what I'm paid professionally to produce training publications.

To me the difference in DevTome shares and programming bounty shares is the risk. One can spend the same or more amount of time on a programming bounty only to be beaten past the post and have all that time invested for naught. This is not the case with DevTome. That is the issue that needs addressing to make bounties fair to both the writer and the software developer in my opinion.

Every round we can fund new items for auction and I will be responsible for being the admin for this, and shipping items out etc. As time goes by we will need multiple people doing it if it grows.

Can one propose a bounty for themselves to do? Is there to be no first past the post approach like other software bounties? This is asked in the interest to understanding, what seems to be, the arbitrary nature of developmental bounties... not to derail your plans.

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January 19, 2014, 09:10:08 PM
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Quick question to each of you DevCoin earners out there:
 
What would DevCoin earners want to regularly spend their DevCoin on?

If someone has already mention your idea please repeat it so I can get some idea of numbers...

Responses will be collated and reported back to this thread.

Maybe you will get your wish.   Cool

P.S. If there is a better way of doing this please point me to it.

Thanks
My thoughts exactly, I believe we need to offer more physical things for devcoins if we want devcoin to be accepted as a currency more.
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January 19, 2014, 09:39:33 PM
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Thanks Chad,

Do we know how many people earning DevCoin live in any particular country? If not would we ever know?
Is there a way of contacting them? Other than this thread, which I assume most are not following.


Not really, we know who is receiving earnings from DevTome but they are on here (mostly active). As far as mining, no way of telling, they are all over since they could be merge mining with BTC.

Chad

I am not worried about the miners (no disrespect meant).
As I understand it, the goal of DevCoin is to support Open Source developers, writers etc. For this to be viable then DevCoin needs to be able to support a life style without going through exchanges or other middle men to do so. I do not count miners as they are probably going to go through an exchange no matter what we say or do. People who earn DevCoin, on the other hand, are exchanging their time for an income. They are not necessarily technically or financially minded, I think the income they receive should be easy to use.


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January 19, 2014, 09:45:38 PM
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Thanks Chad,

Do we know how many people earning DevCoin live in any particular country? If not would we ever know?
Is there a way of contacting them? Other than this thread, which I assume most are not following.


Not really, we know who is receiving earnings from DevTome but they are on here (mostly active). As far as mining, no way of telling, they are all over since they could be merge mining with BTC.

Chad

I am not worried about the miners (no disrespect meant).
As I understand it, the goal of DevCoin is to support Open Source developers, writers etc. For this to be viable then DevCoin needs to be able to support a life style without going through exchanges or other middle men to do so. I do not count miners as they are probably going to go through an exchange no matter what we say or do. People who earn DevCoin, on the other hand, are exchanging their time for an income. They are not necessarily technically or financially minded, I think the income they receive should be easy to use.



As we grow with adding businesses that provide a way for you to spend your devcoins then it will help with the "easy" to use part.

We leverage the knowledge and expertise of people in the industry who will help for free or via bounties to grow the businesses, that way it is stronger than say if an individual or group starts up their own business to compete with Devcoin, they will fail in the long run against us because we have a whole market behind us and people to support the cause. As the community grows the underlying strength of these businesses grow aswell, garnering more and more attention.
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January 19, 2014, 09:55:15 PM
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Im not seeing any of these bitcoin typo's...

This was installed yesterday after a fresh download of the 1.0.1 apk.



I fixed the issue of not being able to change the default currency,

Now on first load it is set to USD and you may change it to BTC or other fiat amounts, all other pages will show the new default exchange rate you select. IE when you send you can send via 1 $AUD if AUD was your default currency.

Since I am in north america it chooses USD for me but I think if your somewhere else it will choose a different currency based on your location.

Download 1.0.2 devcoinj at http://sourceforge.net/projects/devcoin/files/devcoinj/

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