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August 06, 2014, 03:46:00 PM
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40 BTC sell of. Someone exited big on cryptsy. Dark days for Doge.
I hope it will survive.

It has seen worse Smiley

This graph has been posted on Reddit, which shows the number of active adresses of Dogecoin, Bitcoin and Litecoin:

http://bitinfocharts.com/comparison/activeaddresses-btc-ltc-doge.html#3m

Dogecoin consistantly has about 150% the amount of active addresses that Litecoin has, and between 10 and 15% those of Bitcoin; which is good considering it has only 0.3% of its market cap.

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August 06, 2014, 07:11:33 PM
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Dogecoin consistantly has about 150% the amount of active addresses that Litecoin has, and between 10 and 15% those of Bitcoin; which is good considering it has only 0.3% of its market cap.

1. Tipping
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August 06, 2014, 07:40:32 PM
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Dogecoin consistantly has about 150% the amount of active addresses that Litecoin has, and between 10 and 15% those of Bitcoin; which is good considering it has only 0.3% of its market cap.

1. Tipping
2. Faucets

Tipping is mostly done off-blockchain, and faucets are just as common for the two other coins.

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August 07, 2014, 12:17:33 AM
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whats shakin my shibes?

all my bct notifications were going to my spam box...I missed the last few pages and am too busy to read thru, going to skim in a few...

Have I missed anything big? I did up my Scrypt hash rate by 700% in the last 2 weeks  Tongue

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August 07, 2014, 04:14:30 AM
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Never give up mascot ^_^
Also hmm merge mining
http://www.coindesk.com/dogecoin-allow-litecoin-merge-mining/
Dogecoin to Allow Litecoin Merge Mining in Network Security Bid

The dogecoin development team has announced that it will soon enable auxiliary proof-of-work (AuxPoW), allowing merge-mining with litecoin that will address concerns over the altcoin’s future.

AuxPoW enables the dogecoin block chain to receive work from other scrypt-based networks. Dogecoin miners will still be able to generate blocks and receive DOGE, but now, litecoin miners will contribute hashing power to the dogecoin network.
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I love Dogecoin..I don't want him die...
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Prices are low. Great time to buy!  Grin

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August 07, 2014, 10:18:57 AM
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Well, times long gone people where dumping bitcoin massively at a low price at $ 3 to take it to $ 2, how did that work out?

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August 07, 2014, 03:12:37 PM
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Well, times long gone people where dumping bitcoin massively at a low price at $ 3 to take it to $ 2, how did that work out?

Not bad for those of us who bought.   Grin

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Never give up mascot ^_^
Also hmm merge mining
http://www.coindesk.com/dogecoin-allow-litecoin-merge-mining/
Dogecoin to Allow Litecoin Merge Mining in Network Security Bid

The dogecoin development team has announced that it will soon enable auxiliary proof-of-work (AuxPoW), allowing merge-mining with litecoin that will address concerns over the altcoin’s future.

AuxPoW enables the dogecoin block chain to receive work from other scrypt-based networks. Dogecoin miners will still be able to generate blocks and receive DOGE, but now, litecoin miners will contribute hashing power to the dogecoin network.

Will the proposed merged-mining with LTC work backwards as well?? (Dogecoin mining pools merge mine LTC---so Dogecoin miners can pull in LTC as well??)  Seems like a great idea right now! Let's hope it pans out in our favor...

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August 07, 2014, 05:06:36 PM
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Never give up mascot ^_^
Also hmm merge mining
http://www.coindesk.com/dogecoin-allow-litecoin-merge-mining/
Dogecoin to Allow Litecoin Merge Mining in Network Security Bid

The dogecoin development team has announced that it will soon enable auxiliary proof-of-work (AuxPoW), allowing merge-mining with litecoin that will address concerns over the altcoin’s future.

AuxPoW enables the dogecoin block chain to receive work from other scrypt-based networks. Dogecoin miners will still be able to generate blocks and receive DOGE, but now, litecoin miners will contribute hashing power to the dogecoin network.

Will the proposed merged-mining with LTC work backwards as well?? (Dogecoin mining pools merge mine LTC---so Dogecoin miners can pull in LTC as well??)  Seems like a great idea right now! Let's hope it pans out in our favor...

There's no need to, since Dogecoin pools (or at least SimpleDoge) will mine LTC and allow its miners to sell it automatically for dogecoins.

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Never give up mascot ^_^
Also hmm merge mining
http://www.coindesk.com/dogecoin-allow-litecoin-merge-mining/
Dogecoin to Allow Litecoin Merge Mining in Network Security Bid

The dogecoin development team has announced that it will soon enable auxiliary proof-of-work (AuxPoW), allowing merge-mining with litecoin that will address concerns over the altcoin’s future.

AuxPoW enables the dogecoin block chain to receive work from other scrypt-based networks. Dogecoin miners will still be able to generate blocks and receive DOGE, but now, litecoin miners will contribute hashing power to the dogecoin network.

Will the proposed merged-mining with LTC work backwards as well?? (Dogecoin mining pools merge mine LTC---so Dogecoin miners can pull in LTC as well??)  Seems like a great idea right now! Let's hope it pans out in our favor...

There's no need to, since Dogecoin pools (or at least SimpleDoge) will mine LTC and allow its miners to sell it automatically for dogecoins.

Gotcha! So long as your Dogecoin pool is setup for merged mining (if/when AuxPoW goes into effect-hardfork)...it will be automatic type thing. Time to contact my Dogecoin pool operator and see what his plans are.

Thanks lynn_402

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August 08, 2014, 02:03:18 AM
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Dogecoin consistantly has about 150% the amount of active addresses that Litecoin has, and between 10 and 15% those of Bitcoin; which is good considering it has only 0.3% of its market cap.

1. Tipping
2. Faucets

Tipping is mostly done off-blockchain, and faucets are just as common for the two other coins.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but is not ALL transactions are in the blockchain? How the tipping bots can be off-chain?
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I've seen a lot of discussion about doge lately and recently with merge mining. I do miss the doge, I may have to merge mine a few of them to see what that's like. Smiley
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do you know why multidoge is still "conneting" after 30 minutes and connected to 0 peers?? only one time i have made it to be online, is there even a decent doge wallet client outthere?  Huh

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do you know why multidoge is still "conneting" after 30 minutes and connected to 0 peers?? only one time i have made it to be online, is there even a decent doge wallet client outthere?  Huh

I use Dogecoin Core v1.7 with no issues w/ 8 active connections

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do you know why multidoge is still "conneting" after 30 minutes and connected to 0 peers?? only one time i have made it to be online, is there even a decent doge wallet client outthere?  Huh

I use Dogecoin Core v1.7 with no issues w/ 8 active connections

well but i dont want to spend hours downloading the entire blockchain.. and this thing multidoge connects when it wants only.. i thing i will sell this useless alt, yep if i can get them out of this crappy wallet.

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do you know why multidoge is still "conneting" after 30 minutes and connected to 0 peers?? only one time i have made it to be online, is there even a decent doge wallet client outthere?  Huh

I use Dogecoin Core v1.7 with no issues w/ 8 active connections

well but i dont want to spend hours downloading the entire blockchain.. and this thing multidoge connects when it wants only.. i thing i will sell this useless alt, yep if i can get them out of this crappy wallet.
There is also wowdoge another lightwallet Doge Coin Wallet
http://www.wowdoge.org/
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do you know why multidoge is still "conneting" after 30 minutes and connected to 0 peers?? only one time i have made it to be online, is there even a decent doge wallet client outthere?  Huh

I use Dogecoin Core v1.7 with no issues w/ 8 active connections

well but i dont want to spend hours downloading the entire blockchain.. and this thing multidoge connects when it wants only.. i thing i will sell this useless alt, yep if i can get them out of this crappy wallet.
There is also wowdoge another lightwallet Doge Coin Wallet
http://www.wowdoge.org/

thankyou i will try it out, at first view it seems way better, the multidoge wallet seems to be a forgotten project without updates and nothing.

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