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May 12, 2014, 11:00:51 AM
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Is there has plan to fork Mastercoin To Devcoin?

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May 12, 2014, 03:45:58 PM
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can't believe devcoin fell back to these levels. one question to the devs: merged mining with btc is going to stay here forever?
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May 12, 2014, 04:27:23 PM
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can't believe devcoin fell back to these levels. one question to the devs: merged mining with btc is going to stay here forever?

Forever is a most uncertain thing. Who knows. I mergemine IXC, DVC and NMC, and it's just peanuts but nonetheless welcomed.
It's not up to the devs to decide if merge mining stays... it's up to the pool admins.

But I would like to know who is selling all those DVC?
I assume that all the devtome writers are the last person to sell their 90% Devcoin at these prices.

So it must mainly be big holders of DVC who gave up on the coin and want to get rid of it as fast as possible.

I say this is a good opportunity to buy DVC...

Devcoin is not going away...

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May 12, 2014, 05:03:43 PM
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Devcoin Auctions are the first real community inspired business that actively seeks devcoins, and create inputs to the devcoin price (http://devcoinauctions.com). There are many more to come.


Yes, but shouldn't devcoin auctions be devcoin only ?

That BTC and LTC are also allowed to purchase bids, doesn't really help devcoin, does it?

If it was devcoin only, then everybody would have to go to the exchanges and buy devcoin.

It's not really reassuring to say that all recieved BTC and LTC will be used to purchase devcoins. How do I know? Why trust anybody?

Why not circumvent BTC and LTC totally and go for devcoin only?

Then it would deserve the name devcoinauctions. Now not so much.

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May 12, 2014, 05:41:15 PM
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can't believe devcoin fell back to these levels. one question to the devs: merged mining with btc is going to stay here forever?

Forever is a most uncertain thing. Who knows. I mergemine IXC, DVC and NMC, and it's just peanuts but nonetheless welcomed.
It's not up to the devs to decide if merge mining stays... it's up to the pool admins.

But I would like to know who is selling all those DVC?
I assume that all the devtome writers are the last person to sell their 90% Devcoin at these prices.

So it must mainly be big holders of DVC who gave up on the coin and want to get rid of it as fast as possible.

I say this is a good opportunity to buy DVC...

Devcoin is not going away...

There are a lot of people who have been dumping their coins as soon as they get them. Many writers aren't here to help the project grow and get better; they are here solely to cash out ASAP as they go along.
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May 12, 2014, 05:53:02 PM
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There are a lot of people who have been dumping their coins as soon as they get them. Many writers aren't here to help the project grow and get better; they are here solely to cash out ASAP as they go along.

But that's really not very wise of them.

Well, atleast they provide some liquidity to the markets by doing so.




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May 12, 2014, 08:23:16 PM
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There are a lot of people who have been dumping their coins as soon as they get them. Many writers aren't here to help the project grow and get better; they are here solely to cash out ASAP as they go along.

But that's really not very wise of them.

Well, at least they provide some liquidity to the markets by doing so.


And it's a good opportunity to acquire devcoins on the cheap. I've placed some low buy orders and am happy to reap the fruits of their labor.

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May 12, 2014, 08:26:13 PM
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There are a lot of people who have been dumping their coins as soon as they get them. Many writers aren't here to help the project grow and get better; they are here solely to cash out ASAP as they go along.

But that's really not very wise of them.

Well, at least they provide some liquidity to the markets by doing so.


And it's a good opportunity to acquire devcoins on the cheap. I've placed some low buy orders and am happy to reap the fruits of their labor.

+1

I will start selling DVC when 1 DVC is in the 1000 satoshi range.

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May 12, 2014, 08:41:13 PM
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Devcoin Auctions are the first real community inspired business that actively seeks devcoins, and create inputs to the devcoin price (http://devcoinauctions.com). There are many more to come.


Yes, but shouldn't devcoin auctions be devcoin only ?

That BTC and LTC are also allowed to purchase bids, doesn't really help devcoin, does it?

If it was devcoin only, then everybody would have to go to the exchanges and buy devcoin.

It's not really reassuring to say that all recieved BTC and LTC will be used to purchase devcoins. How do I know? Why trust anybody?

Why not circumvent BTC and LTC totally and go for devcoin only?

Then it would deserve the name devcoinauctions. Now not so much.

Not necessarily, for one if you are bidding on a devcoin funded auction, then btc/ltc is certainly welcome as it will be used to directly purchase devcoins on the market bidding up the price (think of the middlepool idea just applied in a different way).

Secondly, I am personally opening up business by investing my own resources.. so not only is this site going to offer devcoin auctions, but auctions I will be providing for btc/ltc... this opens doors to many more auction items as I don't have to wait for devcoins to be exchanged for bitcoins to buy items to auction off anymore... especially with thelow liquidity this means there would only be 1 or 2 auctions a month. Now I can offer the devcoin funded auctions (1 or 2 a month) and my own auctions which I accept bitcoin/litcoin bids only to add value to the site. For example look at the 5.4th miner. http://devcoinauctions.com/blog/auction/sp30-yukon-august-batch-asic-miner-5-4ths/ there is no way that this would be possible if it were only devcoins used here. This vendor only accepts bitcoin, so I need to work in bitcoin... I have worked out a special deal with this vendor for this miner, but it is limited time only and if noone bids on it I will probably not relist it after next month.

For this reason for these types of auctions (most of them right now) I only accept bids from people who bought packages with bitcoins or litecoins and not devcoins for obvious economical reasons. Later when there is more liqudity then devcoins will become the predominant form of payment as it will be desired.

The auctions funded by devcoins will remain accepting devcoins/bitcoins/litecoins and any btc/ltc used to bid here will be converted to dvc and put into the community fund.
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Last edit: May 12, 2014, 09:37:13 PM by georgem
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Not necessarily, for one if you are bidding on a devcoin funded auction, then btc/ltc is certainly welcome as it will be used to directly purchase devcoins on the market bidding up the price (think of the middlepool idea just applied in a different way).

Secondly, I am personally opening up business by investing my own resources.. so not only is this site going to offer devcoin auctions, but auctions I will be providing for btc/ltc... this opens doors to many more auction items as I don't have to wait for devcoins to be exchanged for bitcoins to buy items to auction off anymore... especially with thelow liquidity this means there would only be 1 or 2 auctions a month. Now I can offer the devcoin funded auctions (1 or 2 a month) and my own auctions which I accept bitcoin/litcoin bids only to add value to the site. For example look at the 5.4th miner. http://devcoinauctions.com/blog/auction/sp30-yukon-august-batch-asic-miner-5-4ths/ there is no way that this would be possible if it were only devcoins used here. This vendor only accepts bitcoin, so I need to work in bitcoin... I have worked out a special deal with this vendor for this miner, but it is limited time only and if noone bids on it I will probably not relist it after next month.

For this reason for these types of auctions (most of them right now) I only accept bids from people who bought packages with bitcoins or litecoins and not devcoins for obvious economical reasons. Later when there is more liqudity then devcoins will become the predominant form of payment as it will be desired.

The auctions funded by devcoins will remain accepting devcoins/bitcoins/litecoins and any btc/ltc used to bid here will be converted to dvc and put into the community fund.

I see. Yes, I saw the 5.4 THash miner yesterday and I loled, and wondered how this is even possible.

Well, I admire the work you have done.

It's an interesting concept... le't see where this goes...

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May 12, 2014, 09:30:26 PM
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Not necessarily, for one if you are bidding on a devcoin funded auction, then btc/ltc is certainly welcome as it will be used to directly purchase devcoins on the market bidding up the price (think of the middlepool idea just applied in a different way).

Secondly, I am personally opening up business by investing my own resources.. so not only is this site going to offer devcoin auctions, but auctions I will be providing for btc/ltc... this opens doors to many more auction items as I don't have to wait for devcoins to be exchanged for bitcoins to buy items to auction off anymore... especially with thelow liquidity this means there would only be 1 or 2 auctions a month. Now I can offer the devcoin funded auctions (1 or 2 a month) and my own auctions which I accept bitcoin/litcoin bids only to add value to the site. For example look at the 5.4th miner. http://devcoinauctions.com/blog/auction/sp30-yukon-august-batch-asic-miner-5-4ths/ there is no way that this would be possible if it were only devcoins used here. This vendor only accepts bitcoin, so I need to work in bitcoin... I have worked out a special deal with this vendor for this miner, but it is limited time only and if noone bids on it I will probably not relist it after next month.

For this reason for these types of auctions (most of them right now) I only accept bids from people who bought packages with bitcoins or litecoins and not devcoins for obvious economical reasons. Later when there is more liqudity then devcoins will become the predominant form of payment as it will be desired.

The auctions funded by devcoins will remain accepting devcoins/bitcoins/litecoins and any btc/ltc used to bid here will be converted to dvc and put into the community fund.

I see. Yes, I saw the 5.4 THash miner yesterady and I loled, and wondered how this is even possible.

Well, I admire the work you have done.

It's an interesting concept... le't see where this goes...


Thanks, I hope it takes off.. it really will be nice to see it work out. I would like it to bring some positive light into devcoin... instead of selling my coins I do these types of things to help it so I can benefit from increased value... that is the typical developer approach. I only wished there were more developers who saw similar views and came to similar conclusions because I see it is a great opportunity to get into crypto and devcoin in particular at these early stages.
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May 12, 2014, 09:41:20 PM
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Thanks, I hope it takes off.. it really will be nice to see it work out. I would like it to bring some positive light into devcoin... instead of selling my coins I do these types of things to help it so I can benefit from increased value... that is the typical developer approach. I only wished there were more developers who saw similar views and came to similar conclusions because I see it is a great opportunity to get into crypto and devcoin in particular at these early stages.

I too have some projects in the making, but I am not sure if I can apply for devcoins with them.

For example, I am working on a coinmarketcap site, but with more information and email-alert service (e.g. when pricelevel is reached, etc)...

If I want to get devcoin for such a site, so I can continue develop it, can I just apply for this at devtome? And what other rules do I have to follow?

Does it have to be complete open source? What if I don't want to go completely open source for security reasons?

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May 12, 2014, 10:39:22 PM
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I too have some projects in the making, but I am not sure if I can apply for devcoins with them.

For example, I am working on a coinmarketcap site, but with more information and email-alert service (e.g. when pricelevel is reached, etc)...

If I want to get devcoin for such a site, so I can continue develop it, can I just apply for this at devtome? And what other rules do I have to follow?

Does it have to be complete open source? What if I don't want to go completely open source for security reasons?

If you want it to be funded by devcoin, it does need to be open source to be eligable for the shares list but there is no reason for you not to accept devcoin as payment from users or you can apply for marketing/advertising shares if you use devcoin banners on your site.

The official devcoin thread might be best place to bring it up: http://coinzen.org/index.php/topic,147.0.html ...or the bounty thread: http://coinzen.org/index.php/topic,150.0.html



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May 12, 2014, 10:46:49 PM
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If you want it to be funded by devcoin, it does need to be open source to be eligable for the shares list but there is no reason for you not to accept devcoin as payment from users or you can apply for marketing/advertising shares if you use devcoin banners on your site.

The official devcoin thread might be best place to bring it up: http://coinzen.org/index.php/topic,147.0.html ...or the bounty thread: http://coinzen.org/index.php/topic,150.0.html


Ok, so for a website with html/javascript/php/mysql I would have to provide all the sourcecode for all programming languages, and possibly even an instuction how to set the database/server up, etc?


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I think most of the devs give access to their Github files...but to be very sure, you are best to ask them on those links. I am not a dev, just a noisy devcoiner  Wink

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You could also check out the bounties and see if your site meets any of them and apply on the bounty thread I listed

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May 12, 2014, 10:50:18 PM
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I think most of the devs give access to their Github files...but to be very sure, you are best to ask them on those links. I am not a dev, just a noisy devcoiner  Wink

Alright, make some melodic noise, melodiem.

Or did you mean to say "just a nosy devcoiner"?  Wink

Thanks for your help.

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I think most of the devs give access to their Github files...but to be very sure, you are best to ask them on those links. I am not a dev, just a noisy devcoiner  Wink

Yes, that has become the status quo, these days.

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I think most of the devs give access to their Github files...but to be very sure, you are best to ask them on those links. I am not a dev, just a noisy devcoiner  Wink

Alright, make some melodic noise, melodiem.

Or did you mean to say "just a nosy devcoiner"?  Wink

Thanks for your help.

Lol noisy, nosy.. both could be useful Wink

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