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Author Topic: [ANN][AUR] Auroracoin - a cryptocurrency for Iceland  (Read 492938 times)
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February 14, 2014, 04:36:13 PM
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Just got my first AUR! Can't wait to see the impact of the airdrop. Publicity for the currency seems good right now.

What do you think the impact of the airdrop will be? (honest question)



If there will be no place to spend the coin on Iceland I guess Icelanders will pour off all their coins to first exchange they can find.

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February 14, 2014, 06:16:51 PM
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Just got my first AUR! Can't wait to see the impact of the airdrop. Publicity for the currency seems good right now.

What do you think the impact of the airdrop will be? (honest question)



If there will be no place to spend the coin on Iceland I guess Icelanders will pour off all their coins to first exchange they can find.

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The airdrop will mean they will need to have a wallet at which point it will be simple for merchants to accept the coin.  Hopefully an Android wallet app can be developed before hand as that will also help.
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February 14, 2014, 07:01:38 PM
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Hopefully an Android wallet app can be developed before hand as that will also help.

Absolutely.  An Android (and ideally Apple) wallet app is key to the more widespread use of cryptocurrencies in general, and this one especially.

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February 14, 2014, 10:52:08 PM
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Just got my first AUR! Can't wait to see the impact of the airdrop. Publicity for the currency seems good right now.

What do you think the impact of the airdrop will be? (honest question)


Lots of press, and a huge speculative upswing.

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February 14, 2014, 11:03:47 PM
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made a basic block explorer

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I just whipped up a basic blockexplorer for AUR using bitcoin-abe.
It is or will be available at the following addresses:

* http://blockexplorer.auroracoin.eu (working)
* http://explorer.auroracoin.eu (waiting for DNS propagation)
* http://aurexplorer.info (waiting for domain registration)

I'm looking for donations to be able to improve the site make it more stable / reliable, improve the looks maybe add hashrate graph and/or other goodies

I would be very happy and motivated if people donated:

AUR: AL8vRddTujqaFJQ3feZpg1jYHz6Jv2Rkwc
BTC: 19JVSnxJx7rM8V55s6SqXNb7PHG7Q2pcj7


Thanks!

Feedback and suggestions are highly welcome!

aur forum thread: http://forum.auroracoin.org/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=8&p=13#p13
reddit post: http://www.reddit.com/r/auroracoin/comments/1xljmr/httpblockexplorerauroracoineu_needs_your_help/


With some help from mole, here is another server:
http://cave.atorox.net/

Edit: Also http://auroraexplorer.dy.fi/
It is quite much experimental, please try it, I'll try to keep it online. Donating would help!
AKFhny5tdJSTiSBRgBzpQzE5e66tEA3j1T

I'll see if I get better domain name for it.

btw, ty for donation, whoever it was. I'll send part of it to mole, he did the research.. and did not hesitate to share his findings

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February 15, 2014, 05:45:00 AM
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Net hashrate and difficulty rising  Grin
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February 15, 2014, 06:38:14 AM
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Just a funny thought: Iceland is an island; what if iceland's internet would be cut out, ie. separated from the other word?. Would auroracoin block chain fork?
Well, not very likely; they have 3 cables to the outside.

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February 15, 2014, 07:49:18 AM
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What do you think the impact of the airdrop will be? (honest question)

If smart phone wallets are available for the airdrop, retailers in Iceland will for sure want some business from these coins; as long as they feel they are of some value. Which in turn comes from how well the airdrop goes. If it goes bad with many people saying they haven't got their coins the bad press will kill the coin.

IMHO, if the devs is a really honest guy, (some people really are you know ) this coin will do well, if he's not, regardless of the semi agreed hard folk, I think the coin will fail from bad press.

I don't know the dev, but I wish you all the best for an excellent idea.

History will remember your actions.

Good luck Auroacoin.

FYI maxcoin release was an example of how not to release a coin. Max keiser has shown his personal true worth (or lack of) with his continued support for a terrible release which he promised would be so fair.

Honour and respect are worth more than money. Max clearly doesn't agree with this.
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February 15, 2014, 01:49:55 PM
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Net hashrate and difficulty rising  Grin
yes, i receive question why we have that diff ... u can explain there maybe but: more miner = more hash = more diff = price muss go up, cant stay  Cool

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February 15, 2014, 08:19:54 PM
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made a basic block explorer

copy from reddit post

I just whipped up a basic blockexplorer for AUR using bitcoin-abe.
It is or will be available at the following addresses:

* http://blockexplorer.auroracoin.eu (working)
* http://explorer.auroracoin.eu (waiting for DNS propagation)
* http://aurexplorer.info (waiting for domain registration)

I'm looking for donations to be able to improve the site make it more stable / reliable, improve the looks maybe add hashrate graph and/or other goodies

I would be very happy and motivated if people donated:

AUR: AL8vRddTujqaFJQ3feZpg1jYHz6Jv2Rkwc
BTC: 19JVSnxJx7rM8V55s6SqXNb7PHG7Q2pcj7


Thanks!

Feedback and suggestions are highly welcome!

aur forum thread: http://forum.auroracoin.org/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=8&p=13#p13
reddit post: http://www.reddit.com/r/auroracoin/comments/1xljmr/httpblockexplorerauroracoineu_needs_your_help/


With some help from mole, here is another server:
http://cave.atorox.net/

I welcome the "competition". Was happy to help and thank your, Nite69, for passing on some of your donations to me.

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February 16, 2014, 02:36:53 AM
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aur.easy-mine.eu open new stratum in US: stratum+tcp://us-connect.easy-mine.eu:3445

Is there a reason the AUR pool isn't https when the coino pool is?
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February 16, 2014, 05:23:16 AM
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We could use some more miners over at.

https://aur.cryptoculture.net


Keep the network decentrailzed.


"This 0.1 automatic payment transaction fee is a network fee and goes back into the network not the pool."

Isn't this bullshit? Default transaction fee seems to be 0.001 and pool does not need to pay any network transaction fees..
It is ok to get some fee on withdrawals, but please tell the truth. Well at least you tell about the fee, the other pool doesn't even mention it.
(hmm.. maybe it is just some default on the pool sw. But anyway, it should be fixed)


Hey, stop crying about 0.1%.   That's bullshit.   Instead of complaining go to another pool.  Damn Troll!

Okay, I'll drop the 0.1% TXN fee and change the pool fee to 1.1%. , what is the damn difference.   Crying over pennies is a waste of energy.

We are providing a pool with DDOS and SSL protection -   why don't you set up a pool and let people mine at it for free.


NO POOL IS MAKING MONEY OFF OF AURORACOIN CHARGING 1% POOL RATES.  YOU GUYS ARE BASICALLY MINING FOR FREE.

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February 16, 2014, 06:36:45 AM
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We could use some more miners over at.

https://aur.cryptoculture.net


Keep the network decentrailzed.


"This 0.1 automatic payment transaction fee is a network fee and goes back into the network not the pool."

Isn't this bullshit? Default transaction fee seems to be 0.001 and pool does not need to pay any network transaction fees..
It is ok to get some fee on withdrawals, but please tell the truth. Well at least you tell about the fee, the other pool doesn't even mention it.
(hmm.. maybe it is just some default on the pool sw. But anyway, it should be fixed)


Hey, stop crying about 0.1%.   That's bullshit.   Instead of complaining go to another pool.  Damn Troll!

Okay, I'll drop the 0.1% TXN fee and change the pool fee to 1.1%. , what is the damn difference.   Crying over pennies is a waste of energy.

We are providing a pool with DDOS and SSL protection -   why don't you set up a pool and let people mine at it for free.


NO POOL IS MAKING MONEY OFF OF AURORACOIN CHARGING 1% POOL RATES.  YOU GUYS ARE BASICALLY MINING FOR FREE.

Hey! I did not complain about the sum, I complained about the claim that the fee was going to network.. However, I have a feeling it was not intentional, but just a default message, which was not noticed and thus not corrected. This kinds of things happen when you put up a pool on a hurry, and everyone was hurry at the beginning!

The same error was in most pools, sorry if I rised your pool as an example.

ps. You are right, 1% does not make a difference, but I have only a lousy 5770, that 0.1 AUR TXN fee does make a difference..

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February 16, 2014, 08:30:09 AM
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made a basic block explorer

copy from reddit post

I just whipped up a basic blockexplorer for AUR using bitcoin-abe.
It is or will be available at the following addresses:

* http://blockexplorer.auroracoin.eu (working)
* http://explorer.auroracoin.eu (waiting for DNS propagation)
* http://aurexplorer.info (waiting for domain registration)

I'm looking for donations to be able to improve the site make it more stable / reliable, improve the looks maybe add hashrate graph and/or other goodies

I would be very happy and motivated if people donated:

AUR: AL8vRddTujqaFJQ3feZpg1jYHz6Jv2Rkwc
BTC: 19JVSnxJx7rM8V55s6SqXNb7PHG7Q2pcj7


Thanks!

Feedback and suggestions are highly welcome!

aur forum thread: http://forum.auroracoin.org/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=8&p=13#p13
reddit post: http://www.reddit.com/r/auroracoin/comments/1xljmr/httpblockexplorerauroracoineu_needs_your_help/


With some help from mole, here is another server:
http://cave.atorox.net/

Edit: Also http://auroraexplorer.dy.fi/
It is quite much experimental, please try it, I'll try to keep it online. Donating would help!
AKFhny5tdJSTiSBRgBzpQzE5e66tEA3j1T

I'll see if I get better domain name for it.

btw, ty for donation, whoever it was. I'll send part of it to mole, he did the research.. and did not hesitate to share his findings

Please use http://auroraexplorer.atorox.net instead of cave (still works, but that name not intended for this purpose..)


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February 16, 2014, 08:31:33 AM
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made a basic block explorer

copy from reddit post

I just whipped up a basic blockexplorer for AUR using bitcoin-abe.
It is or will be available at the following addresses:

* http://blockexplorer.auroracoin.eu (working)
* http://explorer.auroracoin.eu (waiting for DNS propagation)
* http://aurexplorer.info (waiting for domain registration)

I'm looking for donations to be able to improve the site make it more stable / reliable, improve the looks maybe add hashrate graph and/or other goodies

I would be very happy and motivated if people donated:

AUR: AL8vRddTujqaFJQ3feZpg1jYHz6Jv2Rkwc
BTC: 19JVSnxJx7rM8V55s6SqXNb7PHG7Q2pcj7


Thanks!

Feedback and suggestions are highly welcome!

aur forum thread: http://forum.auroracoin.org/viewtopic.php?f=12&t=8&p=13#p13
reddit post: http://www.reddit.com/r/auroracoin/comments/1xljmr/httpblockexplorerauroracoineu_needs_your_help/


With some help from mole, here is another server:
http://cave.atorox.net/

Edit: Also http://auroraexplorer.dy.fi/
It is quite much experimental, please try it, I'll try to keep it online. Donating would help!
AKFhny5tdJSTiSBRgBzpQzE5e66tEA3j1T

I'll see if I get better domain name for it.

btw, ty for donation, whoever it was. I'll send part of it to mole, he did the research.. and did not hesitate to share his findings

Please use http://auroraexplorer.atorox.net instead of cave (still works, but that name not intended for this purpose..)

I'm also decommissioning my alternate addresses. The one that will remain is:

http://blockexplorer.auroracoin.eu


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February 16, 2014, 12:52:48 PM
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Vote auroracoin to be exchanged:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=468617.0;topicseen

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February 16, 2014, 01:24:49 PM
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Probably a stupid question as I might be too tired to find it, but where is the wallet?  Shocked
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February 16, 2014, 01:43:49 PM
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Probably a stupid question as I might be too tired to find it, but where is the wallet?  Shocked

http://auroracoin.org, also links the sources: https://github.com/baldurodinsson/auroracoin-project

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February 16, 2014, 01:44:12 PM
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sorry, don't see how I can vote there.

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