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January 02, 2014, 04:07:31 AM
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RonPaulCoin.com is a website dedicated to economic freedom, and the free market principles taught by Ron Paul over the course of 30+ years.

Much like Bitcoin, the Ron Paul Coin is a secure, open-source based, digital currency, which allows for transactions between individuals, without the burden of middlemen, excessive fees, or complex regulation.  

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 The Ron Paul Coin, or RPC, has a hard-coded cap of only 2.1 million coins that will come into existence.  This number is significantly lower than Bitcoin, which has 21 million total coins.  
Notice the correlation between total coin supply and price per coin:

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Each coin is slowly released into the real world economy through the mining process, which also similar to Bitcoin, involves the computation of mathematical problems, or hashing.  This enormous amount of computing power is used to create a secure, worldwide, decentralized ledger of accounting called the block chain.  

Each contributor of computing power, known as miners, are then rewarded through automated systems with units of the currency, until all coins are in circulation around the year 2145.  Once the mining process ends, small, automated transaction fees, which are also used to prevent spam attacks on the network, keep the miners incentivized to continue their efforts.

Taking part in this decentralized monetary system does not help to enrich it's creators.  The Bitcoin protocol began as an open source project, and even the creator of this particular project has to mine, just like everyone else.  You're not helping to enrich a banker.  You are in fact, helping to put a banker out of business, and ending a system of centuries of economic enslavement.

The real life man, Ron Paul, although not a programmer, or strictly technically orientated person, has already begun to investigate and discuss the implications of this technology.  Perhaps one day, he will hear of the fact that he has his own coin, and help to promote the cause of decentralized currency further.


Looks bang-on to me!
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January 02, 2014, 04:12:04 AM
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I don't know about mixing politics or religion or anything not neutral item(s)/topic(s) to mining coins and/or the economics of it, that's just my opinion.

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January 02, 2014, 04:21:12 AM
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I don't know about mixing politics or religion or anything not neutral item(s)/topic(s) to mining coins and/or the economics of it, that's just my opinion.

This is a valid point. We should tread carefully in regards to this. Ambitiously, but with awareness that this is more than just a coin with implications that follow accordingly.

As long as we deal with these things before and as they crop up, we shouldn't have any problems.

Ron Paul Coin. TO THE MOOOOOOOOOOON
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January 02, 2014, 04:24:09 AM
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I don't know about mixing politics or religion or anything not neutral item(s)/topic(s) to mining coins and/or the economics of it, that's just my opinion.

This is a valid point. We should tread carefully in regards to this. Ambitiously, but with awareness that this is more than just a coin with implications that follow accordingly.

As long as we deal with these things before and as they crop up, we shouldn't have any problems.

Ron Paul Coin. TO THE MOOOOOOOOOOON

To add another concern, how does Ron Paul feel about a coin in his honor? Was it brought up to him prior to release? There is possible legalities that can occur, potentially, if he chooses to pursue them.

CRYPTSY exchange: https://www.cryptsy.com/users/register?refid=9017 BURST= BURST-TE3W-CFGH-7343-6VM6R BTC=1CNsqGUR9YJNrhydQZnUPbaDv6h4uaYCHv ETH=0x144bc9fe471d3c71d8e09d58060d78661b1d4f32 SHF=0x13a0a2cb0d55eca975cf2d97015f7d580ce52d85 EXP=0xd71921dca837e415a58ca0d6dd2223cc84e0ea2f SC=6bdf9d12a983fed6723abad91a39be4f95d227f9bdb0490de3b8e5d45357f63d564638b1bd71 CLAMS=xGVTdM9EJpNBCYAjHFVxuZGcqvoL22nP6f SOIL=0x8b5c989bc931c0769a50ecaf9ffe490c67cb5911
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January 02, 2014, 04:26:18 AM
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I don't know about mixing politics or religion or anything not neutral item(s)/topic(s) to mining coins and/or the economics of it, that's just my opinion.

This is a valid point. We should tread carefully in regards to this. Ambitiously, but with awareness that this is more than just a coin with implications that follow accordingly.

As long as we deal with these things before and as they crop up, we shouldn't have any problems.

Ron Paul Coin. TO THE MOOOOOOOOOOON

To add another concern, how does Ron Paul feel about a coin in his honor? Was it brought up to him prior to release? There is possible legalities that can occur, potentially, if he chooses to pursue them.

I don't think this would be an issue unless he has trademarked his likeness in any way. If he has, then the coin can still basically keep the same name, but change the logo and/or add a disclaimer to say that it is in no way official or affiliated in any manner with him.

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January 02, 2014, 04:29:27 AM
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I don't know about mixing politics or religion or anything not neutral item(s)/topic(s) to mining coins and/or the economics of it, that's just my opinion.

This is a valid point. We should tread carefully in regards to this. Ambitiously, but with awareness that this is more than just a coin with implications that follow accordingly.

As long as we deal with these things before and as they crop up, we shouldn't have any problems.

Ron Paul Coin. TO THE MOOOOOOOOOOON

To add another concern, how does Ron Paul feel about a coin in his honor? Was it brought up to him prior to release? There is possible legalities that can occur, potentially, if he chooses to pursue them.

I don't think this would be an issue unless he has trademarked his likeness in any way. If he has, then the coin can still basically keep the same name, but change the logo and/or add a disclaimer to say that it is in no way official or affiliated in any manner with him.

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Hope so, because politicians can pull enormous strings when it deals with legalities.

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January 02, 2014, 04:30:47 AM
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I should have what I think is the first North American Pool online within the next few hours! Hope there is still interest for this!

Very much so Smiley Post up a link when you're live and we'll tweet it!

We hit 480m/hs for a bit, BTW. Wow.......... Grin

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January 02, 2014, 04:52:58 AM
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I don't know about mixing politics or religion or anything not neutral item(s)/topic(s) to mining coins and/or the economics of it, that's just my opinion.

This is a valid point. We should tread carefully in regards to this. Ambitiously, but with awareness that this is more than just a coin with implications that follow accordingly.

As long as we deal with these things before and as they crop up, we shouldn't have any problems.

Ron Paul Coin. TO THE MOOOOOOOOOOON

To add another concern, how does Ron Paul feel about a coin in his honor? Was it brought up to him prior to release? There is possible legalities that can occur, potentially, if he chooses to pursue them.

I don't think this would be an issue unless he has trademarked his likeness in any way. If he has, then the coin can still basically keep the same name, but change the logo and/or add a disclaimer to say that it is in no way official or affiliated in any manner with him.

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Hope so, because politicians can pull enormous strings when it deals with legalities.


Gonna got out an a limb and say none you of are libertarians. rest assured ron paul is not your normal politician, and imo he will have no issue with his likeness being used in the defeat of the federal reserve and central banking. again imo, he would be honored that a alt coin has been named after him.
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January 02, 2014, 04:57:33 AM
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I thought Brüno attempted a pump-and-dump on him and failed....?  Grin

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January 02, 2014, 05:07:29 AM
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I don't know about mixing politics or religion or anything not neutral item(s)/topic(s) to mining coins and/or the economics of it, that's just my opinion.

This is a valid point. We should tread carefully in regards to this. Ambitiously, but with awareness that this is more than just a coin with implications that follow accordingly.

As long as we deal with these things before and as they crop up, we shouldn't have any problems.

Ron Paul Coin. TO THE MOOOOOOOOOOON

To add another concern, how does Ron Paul feel about a coin in his honor? Was it brought up to him prior to release? There is possible legalities that can occur, potentially, if he chooses to pursue them.

I don't think this would be an issue unless he has trademarked his likeness in any way. If he has, then the coin can still basically keep the same name, but change the logo and/or add a disclaimer to say that it is in no way official or affiliated in any manner with him.

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Hope so, because politicians can pull enormous strings when it deals with legalities.


Gonna got out an a limb and say none you of are libertarians. rest assured ron paul is not your normal politician, and imo he will have no issue with his likeness being used in the defeat of the federal reserve and central banking. again imo, he would be honored that a alt coin has been named after him.


Is he still a Libertarian? I though he's a Republican now, Liberal Republican I mean.

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January 02, 2014, 05:15:39 AM
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well its like this he is and always will be a libertarian, but he realized that he had little to no chance of any impact thru the libertarian party. so with the exception of running for prez in 88 as a lib, he has always run thru the republican party.
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January 02, 2014, 05:28:14 AM
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I don't know about mixing politics or religion or anything not neutral item(s)/topic(s) to mining coins and/or the economics of it, that's just my opinion.

This is a valid point. We should tread carefully in regards to this. Ambitiously, but with awareness that this is more than just a coin with implications that follow accordingly.

As long as we deal with these things before and as they crop up, we shouldn't have any problems.

Ron Paul Coin. TO THE MOOOOOOOOOOON

To add another concern, how does Ron Paul feel about a coin in his honor? Was it brought up to him prior to release? There is possible legalities that can occur, potentially, if he chooses to pursue them.

I don't think this would be an issue unless he has trademarked his likeness in any way. If he has, then the coin can still basically keep the same name, but change the logo and/or add a disclaimer to say that it is in no way official or affiliated in any manner with him.

Sev

Hope so, because politicians can pull enormous strings when it deals with legalities.


Gonna got out an a limb and say none you of are libertarians. rest assured ron paul is not your normal politician, and imo he will have no issue with his likeness being used in the defeat of the federal reserve and central banking. again imo, he would be honored that a alt coin has been named after him.


Wrong.........there are a few on here....i favour Mises, Rothbard and co. over any Keynesian scums.

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January 02, 2014, 05:31:12 AM
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I should have what I think is the first North American Pool online within the next few hours! Hope there is still interest for this!

i want in! the pool im on now is a little unstable. 
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January 02, 2014, 05:31:28 AM
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Gonna got out an a limb and say none you of are libertarians. rest assured ron paul is not your normal politician, and imo he will have no issue with his likeness being used in the defeat of the federal reserve and central banking. again imo, he would be honored that a alt coin has been named after him.

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Wrong.........there are a few on here....i favour Mises, Rothbard and co. over any Keynesian scums.
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oh Lol i know i am not alone on this thread or this coin!  Grin  i just meant of the people i was quoting
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January 02, 2014, 05:41:05 AM
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has RP endorsed this coin? would be better
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January 02, 2014, 05:44:49 AM
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WTS 8 RPC  0.045 BTC each  PM me

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My account was hacked , i have recovered it but the person promoted straight disgusting trash lust ico.. i do not and would never support that
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January 02, 2014, 05:45:42 AM
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has RP endorsed this coin? would be better

i doubt it, doubt anyone has brought it to his attention. coin just released 3 days ago. however agree would be great if he did.
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January 02, 2014, 05:48:08 AM
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WTS 8 RPC  0.045 BTC each  PM me

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vee i just bought 1 on the buy/sell thread for .025 btc. since you selling 8 i would be interested but it would have to be for .02 each.
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January 02, 2014, 05:53:48 AM
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Here are some proposals that I think could get Ron Paul Coin off the ground:

1)  New coin image.  I've taken the liberty to make a submission.  If anyone would like it in vector form, let me know:

2)  It may be useful (and create some buzz) If we start calling .01 Ron Paul Coins "Rands".  After all, rand is about 1/100th of the man Ron is when it comes to being principled  Wink  .. and also, Rand is a prominent political figure right now.  

3)  A proper website.  It currently looks like.. well.. a developer made it

4)  Since Ron is such a "hard money" gold / silver proponent, it would be cool to get some physical Ron Paul Coins out there sooner than later, and send one to Ron himself.  


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January 02, 2014, 05:55:16 AM
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Here are some proposals that I think could get Ron Paul Coin off the ground:

1)  New coin image.  I've taken the liberty to make a submission.  If anyone would like it in vector form, let me know:

2)  It may be useful (and create some buzz) If we start calling .01 Ron Paul Coins "Rands".  After all, rand is about 1/100th of Ron when it comes to being principled Wink

3)  A proper website.  It currently looks like.. well.. a developer made it  Wink

4)  Since Ron is such a "hard money" gold / silver proponent, it would be cool to get some physical Ron Paul Coins out there sooner than later, and send one to Ron himself.  





+1 this design is great, you really capture his 'Ron-ness' :~}
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