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August 26, 2011, 01:35:48 AM

I'm good with Linux and a few languages. I get the way BTC works, but I'd like to re-create it, in full. I'm not trying to hack the BTC network (I don't believe that's possible). I am actually just interested in creating a new network that will create a finite supply of something that acts like a currency -- not a whole lot different from what NameCoin is doing.

Where do I even begin to start doing that? Are there libraries containing the code?

Thanks in advance.

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August 26, 2011, 01:41:14 AM

too late
ixcoin, iocoin, solidcoin, faicoin, ioucoin.......and i'm sure some i forgot or havent seen yet Wink

everything is available to start new *coins via git etc
bit pointless imo, and lots of ppl got caught already with "coin of the day" when it was replaced with next "coin if the day"

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August 26, 2011, 01:09:11 PM

What for? You cant reinvent the wheel. Especially after 4
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August 26, 2011, 01:23:59 PM

Maybe he's not trying to fork to a new coin like i0 or solid or whatever that shitty first one was, but rather make something unique like namecoin did.

Regardless of intention. The source in on github I believe. Should be a sticky somewhere on the dev page.
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August 27, 2011, 08:52:51 AM

The source in on github I believe.

Though may be of more use for learning purposes.
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