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January 03, 2014, 02:35:03 AM
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Hmm... What about coinpayments? lol

I don't know. Public vote maybe? I haven't seen one put out yet.

I was just really trying to get Jude to answer a question about a bounty. I really didn't expect a firestorm. I kind of doubt CP will pick it up, but hey, DVC made it.

EDIT: CP (maybe even yourself) said do it online through the request form. Not like I have any sort of clout with any exchanges anyway. Like I said, didn't expect Jude to go all crazy.


Well vote will be coming soon, so just watch out for that. As far as what coin will and wont be added, all depends on what the community votes on.

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January 03, 2014, 02:35:51 AM
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Hmm... What about coinpayments? lol

I don't know. Public vote maybe? I haven't seen one put out yet.

I was just really trying to get Jude to answer a question about a bounty. I really didn't expect a firestorm. I kind of doubt CP will pick it up, but hey, DVC made it.

EDIT: CP (maybe even yourself) said do it online through the request form. Not like I have any sort of clout with any exchanges anyway. Like I said, didn't expect Jude to go all crazy.


Well vote will be coming soon, so just watch out for that. As far as what coin will and wont be added, all depends on what the community votes on.

Awesome, brotha! I love your service. Very nice to have such a variety! Truly cool.
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January 03, 2014, 02:47:50 AM
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So Jude, no bounties for all my hard work with the exchanges? I even got a commitment from Coinpayments.

FeYVCfxrTAw8J3CezHnYkbUAdZYaNXd8u1

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Turn that frown upside down.

Status: 0/unconfirmed, broadcast through 41 nodes
Date: 1/2/2014 20:47
To: FeYVCfxrTAw8J3CezHnYkbUAdZYaNXd8u1
Debit: -10000.00 FFC
Net amount: -10000.00 FFC
Transaction ID: 6ab4dc7f46767824fa0fa33ed7402b2c7b30657a1603505ee68ee8fc35eed320

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January 03, 2014, 02:49:50 AM
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Turn that frown upside down.

Status: 0/unconfirmed, broadcast through 41 nodes
Date: 1/2/2014 20:47
To: FeYVCfxrTAw8J3CezHnYkbUAdZYaNXd8u1
Debit: -10000.00 FFC
Net amount: -10000.00 FFC
Transaction ID: 6ab4dc7f46767824fa0fa33ed7402b2c7b30657a1603505ee68ee8fc35eed320

I hope that doesn't start a mob at your door begging for handouts.

Officially unfrowned and apologetic.

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January 03, 2014, 05:24:01 AM
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why did you name it firefly?

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January 03, 2014, 05:26:14 AM
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why did you name it firefly?

Because: "Firefly man, Firefly"

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January 03, 2014, 08:42:27 AM
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January 03, 2014, 10:44:20 AM
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Would anyone be interested in donating FFC or BTC towards professional development of the FireFlyCoin website?

I have contacted the creator of ByteCoin.biz, a very good designer, for redoing FireFlyCoin.com.

As you can tell my web design skills are minimal and crappy.

His rate to redesign the entire site is 2 BTC or roughly 333,000 FFC at current rate from Cryptsy.

I will replace the P2Pool with an MPOS pool, reason I didn't right off the back is because FireFlyCoin.com is hosted on a relatively weak VPS.

And anyone who is familiar with MPOS knows it uses a good amount of disk space and other resources.

With the new design I will upgrade the server to accommodate a better pool.

If we do get some donations that would be excellent, once I give him a deposit of 1 BTC up front he will make some rough drafts and I will post them here for the users to choose which design they like best.

Anyone who contributes to this please post your transaction id, your name, and your website URL to be placed on the contributors list.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

To donate FFC: Fp15AjcEuECyujng3EfHr3QhpPjSbsGR1x

To donate BTC: 1dP6ckGUJXWMM3ib277gNyvUd9gkgzqfC






10 ffc sent. I had mined at 666mhs, 2.2gh and 2.866 gh towards the main pool for ahwhile and towards the only other listed pool for about a day. This is the only coin I have had this kind of poor results with, so my whopping 18 ffc I sent 10 of them Smiley   no animosity, sorry if I seem surly in some posts, I get miner frustration (like road rage?)  anyhoo, im switching to attempt to solo mine it instead since I have had bad pool luck with this coin in general. Hope it does well, I like the fast confirms and the logo.
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January 03, 2014, 02:23:51 PM
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iSpace FireFlyCoin Mining Pool still finding regular blocks at http://ffc.ispace.co.uk so why not join us?

We also offer a range of alternative ASIC friendly SHA256 stratum mining pools with VarDiff and a low 1% fee at http://ispace.co.uk .

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January 03, 2014, 03:26:14 PM
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hey guys,

we now support FFC over at cryptopool.co.uk, for those who haven't seen us before, we run coin pools in world class datacenters with great ping times. All hosted in the UK

http://ffc.cryptopool.co.uk

Enjoy!

VARDIFF and Fixed Diff Support.
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January 04, 2014, 12:12:03 AM
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Official FireFlyCoin Pool Launched!

2% fee.

http://pool.fireflycoin.com/

Happy Mining!

P.S.

If you are feeling generous please donate a little more. The funds from the fee and donations are going towards the development of the main website. Thank you!!

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January 04, 2014, 08:53:44 PM
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How will this compare to FRK?  Thanks.

What do you mean?



I mean, compare FireFlyCoin to FRK.

Frankos.org

How do they compare/contrast?  Thanks.
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January 05, 2014, 05:29:25 AM
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so i just cnonect as localhost:p2p port then and i will be on the p2p pool?  or do I have to connect fireflycoin.com:5535..


in other words connect like a solo mine but use the P2P port (5535)  ??

I wouldn't recommend PRC or SAFEDICE. PRimedice hasnt fucked me yet but we'll see...
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January 05, 2014, 05:56:40 AM
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so i just cnonect as localhost:p2p port then and i will be on the p2p pool?  or do I have to connect fireflycoin.com:5535..


in other words connect like a solo mine but use the P2P port (5535)  ??

Do you want to solo mine or do you want to pool mine?

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January 05, 2014, 06:12:54 AM
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so i just cnonect as localhost:p2p port then and i will be on the p2p pool?  or do I have to connect fireflycoin.com:5535..


in other words connect like a solo mine but use the P2P port (5535)  ??

Do you want to solo mine or do you want to pool mine?


I would prefer to pool mine, I tried solo mining but I only have about 2 ghs atm and the difficulty is pretty high.  I'm not sure if I could effectively solo mine...   However, I don't like most pools.  I like p2pools that go straight into your wallet.

I wouldn't recommend PRC or SAFEDICE. PRimedice hasnt fucked me yet but we'll see...
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January 05, 2014, 06:14:19 AM
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so i just cnonect as localhost:p2p port then and i will be on the p2p pool?  or do I have to connect fireflycoin.com:5535..


in other words connect like a solo mine but use the P2P port (5535)  ??

Do you want to solo mine or do you want to pool mine?


I would prefer to pool mine, I tried solo mining but I only have about 2 ghs atm...   However, I don't like most pools.  I like p2pools that go straight into your wallet.

Ah, I shut the FFC P2Pool off.

I recommend using any of the pools on the OP.

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January 05, 2014, 06:16:23 AM
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so i just cnonect as localhost:p2p port then and i will be on the p2p pool?  or do I have to connect fireflycoin.com:5535..


in other words connect like a solo mine but use the P2P port (5535)  ??

Do you want to solo mine or do you want to pool mine?


I would prefer to pool mine, I tried solo mining but I only have about 2 ghs atm...   However, I don't like most pools.  I like p2pools that go straight into your wallet.

Ah, I shut the FFC P2Pool off.

I recommend using any of the pools on the OP.


Ya I didn't seem to get very much from those pools though.  I am in a Tigercoin P2P pool and i get really good payouts and it goes straight to my wallet.  I wasn't getting so much with the other pools it seemed.  Seems like it should be fairly easy to obtain FFC at the moment.  Are there any p2p pools for FFC?

I wouldn't recommend PRC or SAFEDICE. PRimedice hasnt fucked me yet but we'll see...
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January 05, 2014, 07:17:41 AM
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so i just cnonect as localhost:p2p port then and i will be on the p2p pool?  or do I have to connect fireflycoin.com:5535..


in other words connect like a solo mine but use the P2P port (5535)  ??

Do you want to solo mine or do you want to pool mine?


I would prefer to pool mine, I tried solo mining but I only have about 2 ghs atm...   However, I don't like most pools.  I like p2pools that go straight into your wallet.

Ah, I shut the FFC P2Pool off.

I recommend using any of the pools on the OP.


Ya I didn't seem to get very much from those pools though.  I am in a Tigercoin P2P pool and i get really good payouts and it goes straight to my wallet.  I wasn't getting so much with the other pools it seemed.  Seems like it should be fairly easy to obtain FFC at the moment.  Are there any p2p pools for FFC?



ditto, I was very optimistic about ffc, but none of the pools paid a fraction of what they should have based on my calculations. I went back to other alts for the moment. May try the new official ffc pool that was post /\     but also, at this point, may just donate the last of what I mined out back to the dev etc and move on. I do like the fast confirms and the logo. The low to no payouts from pools is frustrating for sure.
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January 05, 2014, 08:01:18 AM
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Is it possible to solo mine with 1.6 ghs?

I wouldn't recommend PRC or SAFEDICE. PRimedice hasnt fucked me yet but we'll see...
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January 06, 2014, 03:18:32 PM
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Great coin, can see it having mainstream acceptance, certainly at these prices i'm buying back in
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