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August 27, 2011, 08:52:23 PM
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Hey guys!  Hey guys!  I got one!

New digital super-currency.  Everyone who downloads the RadioActive Coin client gets precisely 1 RadioActive Coin (this is OK, though, because it's divisible to 398 billion digits).  The only exception is me, who gets 10,000 RadioActive coins.   Each coin has a half-life code built into it that's proportional to the total number of RadioActive Coins.  If 1 and only 1 person has a coin, there's a 10 minute half-life.  If 2 people and only 2 people have a coin, there's a 20 minute half-life.  3; 30-minute, 4; 40-minute, etc.  The RadioActive Coins decay randomly according to the current half-life rate.  My 10,000 coins have no half-life rate cause I'm the ingenious mofo who created this.

Know what happens if it's your coin that happens to decay?  Your computer explodes and you die.  You fucking die.

For your sake, Better hope this catches on quick!!!! 


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August 27, 2011, 08:55:56 PM
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This is not the "Stupid Jokes" Forum.   Angry

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August 27, 2011, 08:57:50 PM
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This is not the "Stupid Jokes" Forum.   Angry

Funny, I think the same thing when I see all these other cryptocurrencies.  At least mine has a built-in mechanism to spur the economy out of fundamental necessity.  

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August 27, 2011, 08:58:30 PM
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Hahahahaha

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August 27, 2011, 09:45:59 PM
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Know what happens if it's your coin that happens to decay?  Your computer explodes and you die.  You fucking die.


I don't think this is a practical idea, it would require expensive and dangerous custom hardware. How about it just deletes some of your data instead?

Other than the part about fucking dying this is a great idea. You should release it soon. I'll put a 5830 on it right away.


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August 27, 2011, 10:09:18 PM
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Know what happens if it's your coin that happens to decay?  Your computer explodes and you die.  You fucking die.


I don't think this is a practical idea, it would require expensive and dangerous custom hardware. How about it just deletes some of your data instead?

Other than the part about fucking dying this is a great idea. You should release it soon. I'll put a 5830 on it right away.




Haha sure.  Amendments are welcome.  Data loss could be nice.  But, the incentive must be strong enough for people to convince others to join, no matter what the cost.  If the whole world adopts it, nobody has to worry about the half-life.  But if you're one of only 10 people with a Radioactive Coin, and your life is on the line, I bet you'd go to some pretty crazy lengths to promote it  Grin

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August 27, 2011, 10:35:07 PM
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Am I crazy or is this the "Alternate cryptocurrencies" ? Tongue

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August 31, 2011, 02:53:15 PM
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while this is a joke, quite a few people keep suggesting expiring coins. One this is kinda antithesis to the idea of BTC. One of the claimed problems with fiat is it punishes savers.
the other thing of note, the only currency I know of with an expiration date is that crap zimbabwe uses and lets just say they arent the model to copy for anyone or anything.

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