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August 11, 2011, 04:26:40 PM
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This is a cool project.  It has exploded like no other thing I've seen on these forums.  Well, besides the 150 page thread for a pool hopping script.
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August 11, 2011, 04:34:10 PM
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When I'm bitcoin pooled mining, I'm running at about 180,000 khash, but on ixcoin mining with the same miner (poclbm) I'm getting about 800 khash/second.

Any ideas why that would be?

Are you referring to pool stats or are the hashrates from your miner on your computer?

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August 11, 2011, 04:37:55 PM
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This is a cool project.  It has exploded like no other thing I've seen on these forums.  Well, besides the 150 page thread for a pool hopping script.

It's greed at work Cheesy Everybody wants to be an early adopter of any new currency because most of us missed out on getting tons of Bitcoins easily. I'm just in to hedge my bets and drive the difficulty up and hopefully there are others like me who will then just quit and let this flounder. I know it sounds evil but when the key problem to Bitcoin (or any similar virtual currency) is growing the economy. So splitting resources and creating potential confusion for interested businesses for what appears to be personal gain, isn't ideal for long term viability. The pioneer grabbing half a million coins doesn't help convince me it isn't so either.


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August 11, 2011, 04:50:08 PM
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This is a cool project.  It has exploded like no other thing I've seen on these forums.  Well, besides the 150 page thread for a pool hopping script.

It's greed at work Cheesy Everybody wants to be an early adopter of any new currency because most of us missed out on getting tons of Bitcoins easily. I'm just in to hedge my bets and drive the difficulty up and hopefully there are others like me who will then just quit and let this flounder. I know it sounds evil but when the key problem to Bitcoin (or any similar virtual currency) is growing the economy. So splitting resources and creating potential confusion for interested businesses for what appears to be personal gain, isn't ideal for long term viability. The pioneer grabbing half a million coins doesn't help convince me it isn't so either.



Well maybe we should ask how many bitcoins Satoshi grabbed before releasing the project to the community too yeah?   Wink Wink Wink Wink Wink Wink

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August 11, 2011, 04:53:47 PM
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This is a cool project.  It has exploded like no other thing I've seen on these forums.  Well, besides the 150 page thread for a pool hopping script.

It's greed at work Cheesy Everybody wants to be an early adopter of any new currency because most of us missed out on getting tons of Bitcoins easily. I'm just in to hedge my bets and drive the difficulty up and hopefully there are others like me who will then just quit and let this flounder. I know it sounds evil but when the key problem to Bitcoin (or any similar virtual currency) is growing the economy. So splitting resources and creating potential confusion for interested businesses for what appears to be personal gain, isn't ideal for long term viability. The pioneer grabbing half a million coins doesn't help convince me it isn't so either.



Well maybe we should ask how many bitcoins Satoshi grabbed before releasing the project to the community too yeah?   Wink Wink Wink Wink Wink Wink

Pure conjecture. He had no idea if bitcoins would ever have the value they have now. The copycoin creator didn't start in an information vacuum.
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August 11, 2011, 04:54:12 PM
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This is a cool project.  It has exploded like no other thing I've seen on these forums.  Well, besides the 150 page thread for a pool hopping script.

It's greed at work Cheesy Everybody wants to be an early adopter of any new currency because most of us missed out on getting tons of Bitcoins easily. I'm just in to hedge my bets and drive the difficulty up and hopefully there are others like me who will then just quit and let this flounder. I know it sounds evil but when the key problem to Bitcoin (or any similar virtual currency) is growing the economy. So splitting resources and creating potential confusion for interested businesses for what appears to be personal gain, isn't ideal for long term viability. The pioneer grabbing half a million coins doesn't help convince me it isn't so either.



Well maybe we should ask how many bitcoins Satoshi grabbed before releasing the project to the community too yeah?   Wink Wink Wink Wink Wink Wink
Santoshi actually created something new and worthwhile, there is a difference.  Although I agree there is no point getting mad at him for keeping some coins to himself.
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August 11, 2011, 04:56:27 PM
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This is a cool project.  It has exploded like no other thing I've seen on these forums.  Well, besides the 150 page thread for a pool hopping script.

It's greed at work Cheesy Everybody wants to be an early adopter of any new currency because most of us missed out on getting tons of Bitcoins easily. I'm just in to hedge my bets and drive the difficulty up and hopefully there are others like me who will then just quit and let this flounder. I know it sounds evil but when the key problem to Bitcoin (or any similar virtual currency) is growing the economy. So splitting resources and creating potential confusion for interested businesses for what appears to be personal gain, isn't ideal for long term viability. The pioneer grabbing half a million coins doesn't help convince me it isn't so either.



Well maybe we should ask how many bitcoins Satoshi grabbed before releasing the project to the community too yeah?   Wink Wink Wink Wink Wink Wink
Santoshi actually created something new and worthwhile, there is a difference.  Although I agree there is no point getting mad at him for keeping some coins to himself.

that was my point

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August 11, 2011, 04:58:16 PM
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When I'm bitcoin pooled mining, I'm running at about 180,000 khash, but on ixcoin mining with the same miner (poclbm) I'm getting about 800 khash/second.

Any ideas why that would be?

Are you referring to pool stats or are the hashrates from your miner on your computer?


My mistake.  The problem was I was CPU mining for ixcoin and GPU mining for btc.  All sorted out now.

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August 11, 2011, 05:01:55 PM
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So nobody has answered my question.  Is Ixcoin pronounced "icks-coin" or is it "9-coin"Huh

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August 11, 2011, 05:02:52 PM
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So nobody has answered my question.  Is Ixcoin pronounced "icks-coin" or is it "9-coin"Huh

or eye-ex-coin.
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August 11, 2011, 05:03:11 PM
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So nobody has answered my question.  Is Ixcoin pronounced "icks-coin" or is it "9-coin"Huh

it is "eye-ex-coin"

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August 11, 2011, 05:04:43 PM
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I guess this project forces the question, anytime bitcoins become difficult to mine or too valuable, will someone just create a fork?  I mean I agree that this adds zero value, but functionally they are no worse than bitcoins.  In a way it makes the number of bitcoins limitless, they are just "shitbits", bitcoins with a lower value that can be used the same way and exchanged for the real thing, and there are potentially limitless shitbit clones.
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August 11, 2011, 05:05:23 PM
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Well maybe we should ask how many bitcoins Satoshi grabbed before releasing the project to the community too yeah?   Wink Wink Wink Wink Wink Wink

Sure
01 Nov 2008 16:16:33 -0700 Satoshi publishes Bitcoin whitepaper

09 Jan 2009 02:54:25 TZ? Genesis block in current bitcoin chain generated

09 Jan 2009 04:33:09 TZ? 14th block found

09 Jan 2009 17:05:49 -0800 Satoshi releases Bitcoin v0.1 publicly

10 Jan 2009 04:45:46 TZ? 15th Block found

Assuming all those blocks were found by Satoshi and no other persons who might be helping with the testing, Satoshi would had only gotten a 14 hours and 700 BTC headstart on everybody else.

In comparison to 2 months and 500,000 IXC? Wink

And given all the work that went into creating Bitcoin in the first place, I wouldn't begrudge Satoshi giving himself a 500K bounty headstart...


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hah..it was fun while it lasted.


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hah..it was fun while it lasted.
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I was holding back on calling this guy a scumbag  but not  anymore.
checkout
http://www.ixcoin.org/
vs
http://www.bitcoin.org/

You can't even come up with unique web page design you unoriginal bastard?

I hope someone sells you a Rolex knock-off for all your copycoin.
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Too many somethingawful people in this thread, you are making it way too obvious for the idiots that are buying this.
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difficulty is getting to be too high now.
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I was holding back on calling this guy a scumbag  but not  anymore.
checkout
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vs
http://www.bitcoin.org/

You can't even come up with unique web page design you unoriginal bastard?

I hope someone sells you a Rolex knock-off for all your copycoin.
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It's all open source - anyone can do what they like with it. Don't get involved if you don't like it. If it's better than bitcoin it will survive  - if not it will die. I hope more people do exactly the same thing. The more clonecoins the stronger bitcoin will be (unless one of them is better then bitcoin)
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