captainfuture


July 18, 2013, 03:51:49 PM 

Is a normal mined block 12 XPM?
and how much is an unnormal mined block?




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July 18, 2013, 03:53:07 PM 

Is a normal mined block 12 XPM?
The block reward is 999/(diff^2), so it depends on the difficulty at the time you mined the block.

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July 18, 2013, 03:55:30 PM 

Could someone inform me what is the total number of XPM?I see @ http://coinmarketcap.com/that there have been foundmined 938,843 XPM ,but I cant find the total number anywhere. Thanks




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July 18, 2013, 03:57:47 PM 

Could someone inform me what is the total number of XPM?I see @ http://coinmarketcap.com/that there have been foundmined 938,843 XPM ,but I cant find the total number anywhere. Thanks umm.... primes are infinite




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July 18, 2013, 04:02:11 PM 

Could someone inform me what is the total number of XPM?I see @ http://coinmarketcap.com/that there have been foundmined 938,843 XPM ,but I cant find the total number anywhere. Thanks umm.... primes are infinite so 938,843 is the number of prime numbers that have been found since the beginning of the XPM project?




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July 18, 2013, 04:03:52 PM 

Could someone inform me what is the total number of XPM?I see @ http://coinmarketcap.com/that there have been foundmined 938,843 XPM ,but I cant find the total number anywhere. Thanks umm.... primes are infinite so 938,843 is the number of prime numbers that have been found since the beginning of the XPM project? No, it's the number of coins generated.

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July 18, 2013, 04:05:44 PM 

Could someone inform me what is the total number of XPM?I see @ http://coinmarketcap.com/that there have been foundmined 938,843 XPM ,but I cant find the total number anywhere. Thanks umm.... primes are infinite so 938,843 is the number of prime numbers that have been found since the beginning of the XPM project? No, it's the number of coins generated. and the number of XPM'S are infinite?




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July 18, 2013, 04:07:04 PM 

Could someone inform me what is the total number of XPM?I see @ http://coinmarketcap.com/that there have been foundmined 938,843 XPM ,but I cant find the total number anywhere. Thanks umm.... primes are infinite so 938,843 is the number of prime numbers that have been found since the beginning of the XPM project? No, it's the number of coins generated. and the number of XPM'S are infinite? There is no hard limit, like the 21,000,000 BTC limit. There will always be some XPM inflation.

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July 18, 2013, 04:08:52 PM 

Could someone inform me what is the total number of XPM?I see @ http://coinmarketcap.com/that there have been foundmined 938,843 XPM ,but I cant find the total number anywhere. Thanks umm.... primes are infinite so 938,843 is the number of prime numbers that have been found since the beginning of the XPM project? No, it's the number of coins generated. and the number of XPM'S are infinite? There is no hard limit, like the 21,000,000 BTC limit. There will always be some XPM inflation. I see know thank you




ReCat


July 18, 2013, 04:41:05 PM 

Whoa Whoa whoa. What if... WHAT IF... Primecoin is the new Litecoin? Duuude. It looks more like a new Novacoin, amazingly high price and no use It has a use. It can't be asic bombed. People have plans on asic bombing litecoin, and bitcoin is already being asic bombed.

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ampere


July 18, 2013, 04:45:03 PM 

Whoa Whoa whoa. What if... WHAT IF... Primecoin is the new Litecoin? Duuude. It looks more like a new Novacoin, amazingly high price and no use It has a use. It can't be asic bombed. People have plans on asic bombing litecoin, and bitcoin is already being asic bombed. Why can't it be?




ReCat


July 18, 2013, 04:50:22 PM 

It's not hashing anymore. Either way. ASIC bombing this is going to have to wait a long, loooong time.

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Vigil


July 18, 2013, 04:50:42 PM 

Whoa Whoa whoa. What if... WHAT IF... Primecoin is the new Litecoin? Duuude. It looks more like a new Novacoin, amazingly high price and no use It has a use. It can't be asic bombed. People have plans on asic bombing litecoin, and bitcoin is already being asic bombed. ASICs are a benefit to cryptocoins, the last thing you want to do is make a coin that prevents ASIC use. There will be ASICs that can mine XPM, if XPM continues to be a success.




ReCat


July 18, 2013, 04:54:37 PM 

With ASIC manufacturers capitalizing on their ASICS like they are now, it's just an unfair game of the absolute richest getting richer.

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n4ru


July 18, 2013, 05:23:07 PM 

Whoa Whoa whoa. What if... WHAT IF... Primecoin is the new Litecoin? Duuude. It looks more like a new Novacoin, amazingly high price and no use It has a use. It can't be asic bombed. People have plans on asic bombing litecoin, and bitcoin is already being asic bombed. You have no idea what you're talking about, 'nor what an ASIC is by definition...




Vigil


July 18, 2013, 05:23:53 PM 

With ASIC manufacturers capitalizing on their ASICS like they are now, it's just an unfair game of the absolute richest getting richer.
What is unfair about it? How can someone who doesn't understand free markets even be a proponent of cryptocurrencies? Are you sure you are in the right place? ASICs will bring mining to more people than GPUs and CPUs ever did.




Teka


July 18, 2013, 05:29:09 PM 

With ASIC manufacturers capitalizing on their ASICS like they are now, it's just an unfair game of the absolute richest getting richer.
What is unfair about it? How can someone who doesn't understand free markets even be a proponent of cryptocurrencies? Are you sure you are in the right place? ASICs will bring mining to more people than GPUs and CPUs ever did. It might do but it will also make a lot of people extremely disappointed when their asics turn into paperweight because of the massive difficulty increase.




Vigil


July 18, 2013, 05:34:30 PM 

With ASIC manufacturers capitalizing on their ASICS like they are now, it's just an unfair game of the absolute richest getting richer.
What is unfair about it? How can someone who doesn't understand free markets even be a proponent of cryptocurrencies? Are you sure you are in the right place? ASICs will bring mining to more people than GPUs and CPUs ever did. It might do but it will also make a lot of people extremely disappointed when their asics turn into paperweight because of the massive difficulty increase. That is initially. But one day even small amounts of hashing power may bring in an extra $1000 per year. So, I need to mine XPM for a few days with my 1200 PPS to find a block?




ReCat


July 18, 2013, 06:02:40 PM 

With ASIC manufacturers capitalizing on their ASICS like they are now, it's just an unfair game of the absolute richest getting richer.
What is unfair about it? How can someone who doesn't understand free markets even be a proponent of cryptocurrencies? Are you sure you are in the right place? ASICs will bring mining to more people than GPUs and CPUs ever did. How? When each unit is 6000 dollars a peice! Nobody can afford that!

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Plazma


July 18, 2013, 06:08:19 PM 

With ASIC manufacturers capitalizing on their ASICS like they are now, it's just an unfair game of the absolute richest getting richer.
What is unfair about it? How can someone who doesn't understand free markets even be a proponent of cryptocurrencies? Are you sure you are in the right place? ASICs will bring mining to more people than GPUs and CPUs ever did. How? When each unit is 6000 dollars a peice! Nobody can afford that! Cheapest asic right now is 80$

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