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August 15, 2011, 03:52:45 AM
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IXCoin is to Silver, as Bitcoin is to Gold.

IXCoin is to scrap steel as Bitcoin is to Gold

FTFY. (I'm learning these hip acronyms -- for anyone who hasn't figured this one out yet, it means Fixed That For You)

Namecoin is the equivalent of silver.

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August 15, 2011, 06:11:31 AM
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IXCoin is to Silver, as Bitcoin is to Gold.

IXCoin is to scrap steel as Bitcoin is to Gold

FTFY. (I'm learning these hip acronyms -- for anyone who hasn't figured this one out yet, it means Fixed That For You)

Namecoin is the equivalent of silver.



Nothing wrong with scrap steel.

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August 15, 2011, 06:27:55 AM
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No, it's not LITERALLY the same thing as Bitcoin, or it would be Bitcoin. Do you even know what literally means?

It's not even "more or less" the same thing as Bitcoin.

There are several exchanges that trade Bitcoins, there is a small economy built up around Bitcoin, etc. and none of that works with IXcoin.

What can you spend IXcoins on? Even fewer merchants than Bitcoin, and that's pretty bad!



Can't you at least use some thinking skills? Really, it's people like you that make forums a terrible place to be.

Of course it is not exactly the same thing as Bitcoin, it's the same concept--it uses the same source code with minor modifications.

If you expect to be treated like an adult please use words that you want people to take at their definition. Otherwise I could say that literally you don't know what you're talking about.

I would also assume you're the person that calls someone an uneducated troll for making a typo.

Are typos literally the same as using a word with the incorrect meaning when you assume everyone will interpret your point the way you meant? I'm not a grammar nazi - this is just basic english. Literally: 1. In a literal manner or sense; exactly. If you meant what you did you should have said "IXcoin is LIKE Bitcoin, but slightly different."

It's ok to be wrong but being a dick about it when people correct you makes you sound like a child.

Wow, I cannot even believe this. Do you do this for fun? Go around and correct people for the simplest of things? You are being far more immature than I am. I made a statement that I was hoping everyone (evidently not you) would understand then I am bashed for not using the right word to appeal to you.

I bet you would also do this.
"You're internet isn't working"
"No, it's 'your', you're is you are. In this case this is the incorrect term, because <insert wikipedia quote here>. Rather, please say 'YOUR internet'. Learn basic english before posting on this forum/site/etc"
Sound familiar?

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August 15, 2011, 07:41:30 AM
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Anywayz, Ixcoin does seem pretty lame. What I would like to see is a fork that would allow me to use my CPUs in some interesting or fun way. I mean, if I'm going to run my rig flat-out, I want to go all the way. None of this idle CPU crap.  Tongue
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August 15, 2011, 08:58:39 AM
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IXCoin is to scrap steel as Bitcoin is to Gold



Yea my uncle was in the scrap metal business. Made a fortune he did...  Grin

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August 15, 2011, 09:05:58 AM
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Some of the hash power have moved to Ixcoin, and the exchange between Ixcoin and Bitcoin has very quickly balanced the market value of these 2, is this kind of inflation? Ixcoin seems to flood the market with newly created coins, which is BTC exchangeable;D

I can already see how inflationary bitcoin will be, caused by many different types of fork in the future Grin  This will hurt the credit rating of BTC

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August 15, 2011, 04:05:49 PM
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Some of the hash power have moved to Ixcoin, and the exchange between Ixcoin and Bitcoin has very quickly balanced the market value of these 2, is this kind of inflation? Ixcoin seems to flood the market with newly created coins, which is BTC exchangeable;D

I can already see how inflationary bitcoin will be, caused by many different types of fork in the future Grin  This will hurt the credit rating of BTC

That is one of my primary objection to any new coin. It basically defeats the "limited" supply characteristics of Bitcoin.

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August 15, 2011, 04:28:01 PM
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No, it's not LITERALLY the same thing as Bitcoin, or it would be Bitcoin. Do you even know what literally means?

It's not even "more or less" the same thing as Bitcoin.

There are several exchanges that trade Bitcoins, there is a small economy built up around Bitcoin, etc. and none of that works with IXcoin.

What can you spend IXcoins on? Even fewer merchants than Bitcoin, and that's pretty bad!



Can't you at least use some thinking skills? Really, it's people like you that make forums a terrible place to be.

Of course it is not exactly the same thing as Bitcoin, it's the same concept--it uses the same source code with minor modifications.

If you expect to be treated like an adult please use words that you want people to take at their definition. Otherwise I could say that literally you don't know what you're talking about.

I would also assume you're the person that calls someone an uneducated troll for making a typo.

Are typos literally the same as using a word with the incorrect meaning when you assume everyone will interpret your point the way you meant? I'm not a grammar nazi - this is just basic english. Literally: 1. In a literal manner or sense; exactly. If you meant what you did you should have said "IXcoin is LIKE Bitcoin, but slightly different."

It's ok to be wrong but being a dick about it when people correct you makes you sound like a child.

Wow, I cannot even believe this. Do you do this for fun? Go around and correct people for the simplest of things? You are being far more immature than I am. I made a statement that I was hoping everyone (evidently not you) would understand then I am bashed for not using the right word to appeal to you.

I bet you would also do this.
"You're internet isn't working"
"No, it's 'your', you're is you are. In this case this is the incorrect term, because <insert wikipedia quote here>. Rather, please say 'YOUR internet'. Learn basic english before posting on this forum/site/etc"
Sound familiar?

When we are on the subject of correcting people randomly. It's not 'his' Internet. He doesn't own the Internet. The "Internet" is a proper noun, so it should be capitalized.

So, really it should be:
"Your connection to the Internet isn't working".

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August 15, 2011, 05:20:34 PM
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That's the problem -- there are only so many techies and young people who are willing to play with something like Bitcoin.

If you have 5 forks, then none of them will be viable.

In other words, the market is only big enough for ONE Bitcoin at the moment. If anything, it's not even big enough for one!  Nevermind several.

Anyone who disagrees please back it up with facts, reason, logic, etc. I'm all ears.

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August 15, 2011, 05:50:13 PM
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That's the problem -- there are only so many techies and young people who are willing to play with something like Bitcoin.

If you have 5 forks, then none of them will be viable.

In other words, the market is only big enough for ONE Bitcoin at the moment. If anything, it's not even big enough for one!  Nevermind several.

Anyone who disagrees please back it up with facts, reason, logic, etc. I'm all ears.

Matthew

So are you gonna mine I0coin or what? Smiley

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August 15, 2011, 06:40:35 PM
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When we are on the subject of correcting people randomly. It's not 'his' Internet. He doesn't own the Internet. The "Internet" is a proper noun, so it should be capitalized.

So, really it should be:
"Your connection to the Internet isn't working".

Lol

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August 15, 2011, 08:44:23 PM
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ok not a total noob but enough of one that I don't know all the in's and out's and apparantly can't get solo mining to work.

I created ixcoin.conf just like I had for bitcoin, different port. I started ixcoind and tried connecting Guiminer and it just say there "connecting" for an hour. Gave up and launched the client using -server switch and again tried Guiminer, this time it connected and my hash rate started. However after 30 mins I saw no change in the Accepted or Stale block count so can I assume it's not working?

No problem solo or pool mining Bitcoin and namecoin but I can't seem to see any block change with ixcoin solo mining, just via pool mining.
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August 15, 2011, 09:59:41 PM
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you're a bit too late for ixc solo mining.

after 16 hours of no blocks, i moved back to btc.
it was fun. made decent amount of $ too.


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August 18, 2011, 07:49:32 AM
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Status: 0/niet bevestigd
Datum: 18-8-2011 07:57
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Debet:-1417.00
Nettobedrag: -1417.00

Still at 0 after 2 hours...
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Status: 0/niet bevestigd
Datum: 18-8-2011 07:57
Naar: xiBqxLfUEGScX3wQj8AKBeqrjDvjWDs5jZ
Debet:-1417.00
Nettobedrag: -1417.00

Still at 0 after 2 hours...

Yup I'm calculating an average of about 1.5 blocks per hour mined.

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How do I get a IXcoin address?
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Status: 0/niet bevestigd
Datum: 18-8-2011 07:57
Naar: xiBqxLfUEGScX3wQj8AKBeqrjDvjWDs5jZ
Debet:-1417.00
Nettobedrag: -1417.00

Still at 0 after 2 hours...

Yup I'm calculating an average of about 1.5 blocks per hour mined.

Average block per hour rate is 0.333333 blocks/hr.

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