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January 31, 2014, 03:03:39 PM
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https://www.coinmarket.io/market/LEAFBTC

This is main exchange for now I think.
And works better than coinedup.
Look at https://www.coinmarket.io/market/LEAFBTC and then at https://coinedup.com/OrderBook?market=LEAF&base=BTC  Wink

coinmarket.io over coinedup.com any time of the day!
so much faster! the layout is usable. coinedup is a pit of lags

CoinMarket.io is definitely the main exchange right now, considering speed, volume and buy support.
Thanks for all the action! It has been a journey (coinmarket.io is now 2 weeks old).


1.5MH/s of hashcows on it.  Incoming dump alert....
This is why the coinmarket exchange needs to take action against this sort of thing, just identify the pool deposits and confiscate them.

By delaying the release of our Trade API and other API's, we are throttling down the dumps from multipools.
But thats about all we can do. We cant confiscate somebodys coins.
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January 31, 2014, 03:04:09 PM
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Diff 11.17 GH/s  Grin
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January 31, 2014, 03:05:02 PM
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11.17 GH/s !!!
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January 31, 2014, 03:09:56 PM
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Less than 31 hours to block halving... That was fast..
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January 31, 2014, 03:11:11 PM
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Does block halving mean the coin supply is cut in half?




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January 31, 2014, 03:11:15 PM
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Less than 31 hours to block halving... That was fast..

This is going very fast...

Leaf will rule...

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January 31, 2014, 03:11:18 PM
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Everytime I enter this topic the hash has increased with one gig lol

thought the same - was the reason why i finally bought in at 23.
Hope this will go well. Lost a bunch of money yesterday.
Can´t afford another one  Cheesy

Let's hope you'll win it back this weekend Smiley Once china starts trading for full again again everything will go up.

When will they start full trading again?

The new years celebration is over tonight or tomorrow I believe, I not sure. A friend of a friend is living in Shanghai and he said no one is working,  theya re all shooting fireworks and having a good time Tongue
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January 31, 2014, 03:13:31 PM
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https://www.coinmarket.io/market/LEAFBTC

This is main exchange for now I think.
And works better than coinedup.
Look at https://www.coinmarket.io/market/LEAFBTC and then at https://coinedup.com/OrderBook?market=LEAF&base=BTC  Wink

coinmarket.io over coinedup.com any time of the day!
so much faster! the layout is usable. coinedup is a pit of lags

CoinMarket.io is definitely the main exchange right now, considering speed, volume and buy support.
Thanks for all the action! It has been a journey (coinmarket.io is now 2 weeks old).


1.5MH/s of hashcows on it.  Incoming dump alert....
This is why the coinmarket exchange needs to take action against this sort of thing, just identify the pool deposits and confiscate them.

By delaying the release of our Trade API and other API's, we are throttling down the dumps from multipools.
But thats about all we can do. We cant confiscate somebodys coins.

Btw: will anybody mind if we raise fees to 0.15%? We need to expand the team fast Smiley


I'm sure people will "mind" the fee raise, since it cuts into their profits, but it should also be completely supported by the community in order to keep your exchange running.  a fee of 0.15% is still smaller then fees for most coints on Cryptsy, you may loose some action to CoinedUp with their 0 Fees, but really 0.15% is so minimal most people shouldn't notice it.
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January 31, 2014, 03:13:41 PM
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Does block halving mean the coin supply is cut in half?

yes we will enter this part of code:

    else if (nHeight < 30000)
    {
        cseed_str = prevHash.ToString().substr(7,7);   // total amount: 3,750,000,000
        cseed = cseed_str.c_str();   // 10 days
        seed = hex2long(cseed);   // supply: 11250000000
        rand1 = generateMTRandom(seed, 499999);   // generate random value with mt
        nSubsidy = (1 + rand1) * COIN;
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        rand = generateMTRandom(seed, 999999);   // generate random value with mt
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January 31, 2014, 03:14:14 PM
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CoinMarket.io asking the community:
do most of you agree that we should raise fees to 0.15% to expand the team faster
(and thus make an better exchange)?
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January 31, 2014, 03:14:54 PM
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anybody thinks 100 is too optimistic?
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January 31, 2014, 03:15:01 PM
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By delaying the release of our Trade API and other API's, we are throttling down the dumps from multipools.
But thats about all we can do. We cant confiscate somebodys coins.


If it is possible to identify an account that is doing the private dumping on behalf of the multipool (such is the case for Hashcows), then I see no reason why this action cant be taken.  You would only receive positive reception from the people who are mining this individually and not part of an alt coin bashing army of multipool drones.

Hashcows was mining this when coinmarket was the only exchange trading it, so they most certainly are using your exchange to dump coins.

Those coins would have been mined anyway by the current miners, and just distributed between a smaller group of people.  So they would have been traded at some point in time on your exchange, just maybe a little later when the value has risen.  Would the exchange prefer 0.1% of 10M coins sold at an average 40 satoshi over a period of a week, or would they prefer 0.1% of 10M coinst dumped at 20?   Simple economics.

The first exchange to do this and start confiscating multipool coins would have a massive influx of traders who want to deal away from the multipool effect.

If you dont think this theory can work, feel free to send me the source code for your exchange site, Ill set it up in the UK with a great big banner warning that any coins deposited from multipool sources will be confiscated, I'd send you half the commissions and Ill confiscate multipool coins if they can be identified.  See where people decide to trade...  As soon as one exchange does this, they will all have to do the same.  Multipools will be crippled as they would have nowhere to trade without massive risk, the values of coins will be allowed to rise naturally and commissions to exchanges woul rise.

What are the possible negative outcomes?  A bunch of multipool drones and owners get annoyed that their coins were confiscated?  And, so what?  If they were warned up front, then they can't bitch about it, and the miners would not want to be part of a pool that risked losing their efforts.  The power to kill multipools and raise the value of coins is in the hands of the exchanges, it just takes somebody to be first.

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January 31, 2014, 03:15:38 PM
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anybody thinks 100 is too optimistic?


yes


unreasonable? no




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January 31, 2014, 03:16:25 PM
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https://www.coinmarket.io/market/LEAFBTC

This is main exchange for now I think.
And works better than coinedup.
Look at https://www.coinmarket.io/market/LEAFBTC and then at https://coinedup.com/OrderBook?market=LEAF&base=BTC  Wink

coinmarket.io over coinedup.com any time of the day!
so much faster! the layout is usable. coinedup is a pit of lags

CoinMarket.io is definitely the main exchange right now, considering speed, volume and buy support.
Thanks for all the action! It has been a journey (coinmarket.io is now 2 weeks old).


1.5MH/s of hashcows on it.  Incoming dump alert....
This is why the coinmarket exchange needs to take action against this sort of thing, just identify the pool deposits and confiscate them.

By delaying the release of our Trade API and other API's, we are throttling down the dumps from multipools.
But thats about all we can do. We cant confiscate somebodys coins.


That's one step in the right direction. I hope coinmarket.io somehow can become the anti-multipool exchange! As mentioned earlier, they are destroying the market for everyone (including themselves!). Nobody needs them and everyone except for the oweners will be happier without them.

0.15% is fine by me. Keep up the good work!

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January 31, 2014, 03:17:13 PM
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CoinMarket.io asking the community:
do most of you agree that we should raise fees to 0.15% to expand the team faster
(and thus make an better exchange)?


I'd pay 0.3% if you took action against multipools.  Im sure others would too.  Multipools do more damage than 0.3% to the value of a coin.

at the moment increasing the fees by 50% just seems to be cashing in on the multipool dumping.  Thats why no exchange wants to try and take action against them.  Everyone says that multipools are bad and killing the value, but they are quite happy to cream off the fees from their massive dumping....

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January 31, 2014, 03:18:04 PM
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i agree on the 0.15% you are doing a great job with coinmarket.io.

thanks for supporting us.
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January 31, 2014, 03:20:31 PM
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anybody thinks 100 is too optimistic?


yes


unreasonable? no

I would say optimistic... not too optimistic
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January 31, 2014, 03:21:23 PM
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i agree on the 0.15% you are doing a great job with coinmarket.io.

thanks for supporting us.

 + 1 adding fees will also discourage autobots from multipools.
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January 31, 2014, 03:21:49 PM
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anybody thinks 100 is too optimistic?


yes


unreasonable? no
+1
Btw I left my computer two hours ago with a sell order at 22 and now I have to buy at 24 because of the crazy hashrate... Why did pools have to jump from 7 to 11Gh right when I leave ? T_T

Leafcoin - THE Altcoin -
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January 31, 2014, 03:22:56 PM
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seems ppl find the value of leafcoin,
Hashrate growth from 6g to 11g within a day
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