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July 09, 2015, 07:31:27 PM
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Do you guys ever see LTC going to BTC prices in the coming years? I know no one can say for sure but what are your thoughts?


What use case does LTC have coming?

Are companies going to accept it ever like Alienware?
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July 09, 2015, 11:22:10 PM
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Do you guys ever see LTC going to BTC prices in the coming years? I know no one can say for sure but what are your thoughts?


What use case does LTC have coming?

Are companies going to accept it ever like Alienware?

If Bitcoin will go to the moon, lets say 10,000 USD, then Litecoin will follow and reach 100-200-500 USD as well. Its not about merchant acceptance its about human behavior and its like Gold-Silver relation. There are a lot of people around who do not have money to buy Bitcoin at 10,000 USD or not even at 1,000 USD, so they will choose the second candidate, Litecoin!

In conclusion, if Bitcoin will skyrocket, Litecoin will follow, thats for sure!
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July 10, 2015, 05:04:57 AM
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Do you guys ever see LTC going to BTC prices in the coming years? I know no one can say for sure but what are your thoughts?


What use case does LTC have coming?

Are companies going to accept it ever like Alienware?

If Bitcoin will go to the moon, lets say 10,000 USD, then Litecoin will follow and reach 100-200-500 USD as well. Its not about merchant acceptance its about human behavior and its like Gold-Silver relation. There are a lot of people around who do not have money to buy Bitcoin at 10,000 USD or not even at 1,000 USD, so they will choose the second candidate, Litecoin!

In conclusion, if Bitcoin will skyrocket, Litecoin will follow, thats for sure!

That can be any other shitcoin with a big community, we'll see Smiley

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July 10, 2015, 05:52:05 AM
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Do you guys ever see LTC going to BTC prices in the coming years? I know no one can say for sure but what are your thoughts?


What use case does LTC have coming?

Are companies going to accept it ever like Alienware?

If Bitcoin will go to the moon, lets say 10,000 USD, then Litecoin will follow and reach 100-200-500 USD as well. Its not about merchant acceptance its about human behavior and its like Gold-Silver relation. There are a lot of people around who do not have money to buy Bitcoin at 10,000 USD or not even at 1,000 USD, so they will choose the second candidate, Litecoin!

In conclusion, if Bitcoin will skyrocket, Litecoin will follow, thats for sure!

That can be any other shitcoin with a big community, we'll see Smiley

I dont know, there are 3 coins what have prove themself in the last years, that are bitcoin and litecoin, also dogecoin what came later is still in the top.
All other coins are pumped and dumped to the top, the only 3 u see always in the top 5 are bitcoin, litecoin and dogecoin.

Bitcoin = accepted and world wide ( everybody knows bitcoin )
Litecoin = almost accepted + more coins
Dogecoin = massive coins

all the 3 coins got something what the other from those 3 dont have. So i think this is not just something from the last year(s) but also something for the comming years, those coins has proved themself to be the best of the best.

All other (mined) coins u see raised to the top, get traded for bitcoin/litecoin or dogecoin and are out of the top and dying slowly. People dont take other coins outside those 3 serious, the only thing they want is trade it for those 3. (pumped and dumped)
Also big community's from those ''shit''coins (how u called it Cheesy ) are there just for the pump and waiting to sell it for bit/litecoin or dogecoin. Just an example: navajocoin, big community what try to show the rest of the people that navajo will take over all the coins and will be the best of the best. Dev's posting sometimes: big news is comming, community says it's the best coin what will be world wide known as the best of the best.. And navajo will be the future from crypto..
It's nothing else like shittalk, pure words for pumps so the devs / ''loyal'' community will dump coins for bitcoin.

Its not only navajocoin what is pure a scam pump and dump, but also almost all other coins. Only thing people want are bitcoins


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July 10, 2015, 06:00:29 AM
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What's Dogecoin ? Tongue

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July 10, 2015, 06:03:13 AM
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What's Dogecoin ? Tongue

It will eventually find it's way into pet shops and kids might mine and use it, hey just get some vending machines that take it

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July 10, 2015, 08:32:43 AM
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We passed 8.5$, next stop 10$. And then 15 - 20 - 40 - 50$. We can see all time high before block halving.
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July 10, 2015, 08:55:28 AM
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Proud litecoin holder here! To the moon!  Grin Cool

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July 10, 2015, 10:13:31 AM
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LTC dumped back to 0.022btc
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July 10, 2015, 10:20:49 AM
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.021 and falling

Wind picked up: F4BC1F4BC0A2A1C4

banditryandloot goin2mars kbm keyboard-mash theusualstuff

probably a few more that don't matter for much.
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July 10, 2015, 10:20:58 AM
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We passed 8.5$, next stop 10$. And then 15 - 20 - 40 - 50$. We can see all time high before block halving.

you have some typo error.

We passed 8.5$, next stop 5$. And then 4 - 2 - 1 - 0,50$. We can see all time high before block halving.
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July 10, 2015, 12:01:25 PM
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That sell off when Bitcoin jumped was nasty. Sold in the middle of the freefall at .0027, just bought back at .002 or so, looking to how it recovers now.  I wish I knew where my android tablet with LTC on it went  Shocked

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July 10, 2015, 02:52:02 PM
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Here you have something to read https://blog.bitmex.com/chinese-promoter-pumping-litecoin-via-ponzi-scheme/
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July 10, 2015, 06:10:50 PM
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Heya,

Today we added Litecoin (LTC) as a payout option on our multipool, www.xpool.ca

We will also soon add so it can also be mined directly.

Cheers!

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July 15, 2015, 12:26:00 AM
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Did Litecoin testnet forked?

On my test machines {no real money or important data involved} I noticed that Macintosh 0.10.2.2 is at block 641381, whereas the Windows 0.10.2.2 is at block 641439. Litecoin mainnet and both Bitcoin nets are still staying in sync on the same physical hardware.

Those are test machines, so I blew away 'chainstate' and 'blocks' directories on Macintosh and restarted the synchronization with -connect to the Windows machine. The synchronization stalled at block 640000 with repeated errors:

ERROR: ContextualCheckBlockHeader : rejected nVersion=2 block
ERROR: invalid header received

The synchronization went 381 blocks further when I removed -connect and let it synchronize from the Internet.

Anyone here knows what is going on?

Please comment, critique, criticize or ridicule BIP 2112: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=54382.0
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July 15, 2015, 12:45:14 AM
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Did Litecoin testnet forked?

On my test machines {no real money or important data involved} I noticed that Macintosh 0.10.2.2 is at block 641381, whereas the Windows 0.10.2.2 is at block 641439. Litecoin mainnet and both Bitcoin nets are still staying in sync on the same physical hardware.

Those are test machines, so I blew away 'chainstate' and 'blocks' directories on Macintosh and restarted the synchronization with -connect to the Windows machine. The synchronization stalled at block 640000 with repeated errors:

ERROR: ContextualCheckBlockHeader : rejected nVersion=2 block
ERROR: invalid header received

The synchronization went 381 blocks further when I removed -connect and let it synchronize from the Internet.

Anyone here knows what is going on?


There was a soft fork yes, you can read the latest post from the devs on it. https://litecointalk.org/index.php?topic=26151.0

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July 16, 2015, 01:17:47 AM
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There was a soft fork yes, you can read the latest post from the devs on it. https://litecointalk.org/index.php?topic=26151.0
I'm not sure if we are talking about the same kind of fork. I'm talking about the two valid branches both running 0.10.2.2 code. Yesterday I had this reproduced with one machine at 0.10.2.2 Macintosh and the other 0.10.2.2 Windows. Today I added another copy on the Windows machine (running as another user). This way I have exactly the same code running on the exactly same hardware, the only difference are directories with the data and port numbers for the network traffic.

The fork starts after block 641334, the first different block is 641335.
Code:
C:\>litecoin-cli.exe -rpcport=19332 getblockhash 641334
745c3628a41b53b115add71ca304e0c3711447635a113a735b9d3c0357fb5ee9

C:\>litecoin-cli.exe -rpcport=1 getblockhash 641334
745c3628a41b53b115add71ca304e0c3711447635a113a735b9d3c0357fb5ee9

C:\>litecoin-cli.exe -rpcport=19332 getblockhash 641335
87dead3220e76a9b9a0422904bd17f3d3727236e4dbaf12d01f7ea186c7fd669

C:\>litecoin-cli.exe -rpcport=1 getblockhash 641335
2c90e25ac93447ab179f5dccd4ac776d79cb924048927bdfdad250eb012ad91a
Those aren't trivial short forks, they are several hundred blocks long
Code:
C:\>litecoin-cli.exe -rpcport=19332 getblockcount
641756

C:\>litecoin-cli.exe -rpcport=1 getblockcount
641435
although the comparison above isn't completely fair, because I was starting and stopping those tasks as well as opening and closing respective network ports in the firewall (external to Windows).

Can someone with an account at litecointalk.org repost this message there and ask for the comments from the developers?

My thinking is that if somebody managed to split the testnet that far there maybe a bug lurking in the code that could be used to split the mainnet.

Please comment, critique, criticize or ridicule BIP 2112: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=54382.0
Long-term mining prognosis: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=91101.0
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July 16, 2015, 01:21:37 AM
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There was a soft fork yes, you can read the latest post from the devs on it. https://litecointalk.org/index.php?topic=26151.0
I'm not sure if we are talking about the same kind of fork. I'm talking about the two valid branches both running 0.10.2.2 code. Yesterday I had this reproduced with one machine at 0.10.2.2 Macintosh and the other 0.10.2.2 Windows. Today I added another copy on the Windows machine (running as another user). This way I have exactly the same code running on the exactly same hardware, the only difference are directories with the data and port numbers for the network traffic.

The fork starts after block 641334, the first different block is 641335.
Code:
C:\>litecoin-cli.exe -rpcport=19332 getblockhash 641334
745c3628a41b53b115add71ca304e0c3711447635a113a735b9d3c0357fb5ee9

C:\>litecoin-cli.exe -rpcport=1 getblockhash 641334
745c3628a41b53b115add71ca304e0c3711447635a113a735b9d3c0357fb5ee9

C:\>litecoin-cli.exe -rpcport=19332 getblockhash 641335
87dead3220e76a9b9a0422904bd17f3d3727236e4dbaf12d01f7ea186c7fd669

C:\>litecoin-cli.exe -rpcport=1 getblockhash 641335
2c90e25ac93447ab179f5dccd4ac776d79cb924048927bdfdad250eb012ad91a
Those aren't trivial short forks, they are several hundred blocks long
Code:
C:\>litecoin-cli.exe -rpcport=19332 getblockcount
641756

C:\>litecoin-cli.exe -rpcport=1 getblockcount
641435
although the comparison above isn't completely fair, because I was starting and stopping those tasks as well as opening and closing respective network ports in the firewall (external to Windows).

Can someone with an account at litecointalk.org repost this message there and ask for the comments from the developers?

My thinking is that if somebody managed to split the testnet that far there maybe a bug lurking in the code that could be used to split the mainnet.



Ahh ok thanks, I've passed the word on to the devs.

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July 16, 2015, 04:57:19 AM
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Do you guys ever see LTC going to BTC prices in the coming years? I know no one can say for sure but what are your thoughts?


What use case does LTC have coming?

Are companies going to accept it ever like Alienware?

If Bitcoin will go to the moon, lets say 10,000 USD, then Litecoin will follow and reach 100-200-500 USD as well. Its not about merchant acceptance its about human behavior and its like Gold-Silver relation. There are a lot of people around who do not have money to buy Bitcoin at 10,000 USD or not even at 1,000 USD, so they will choose the second candidate, Litecoin!

In conclusion, if Bitcoin will skyrocket, Litecoin will follow, thats for sure!

That can be any other shitcoin with a big community, we'll see Smiley

I dont know, there are 3 coins what have prove themself in the last years, that are bitcoin and litecoin, also dogecoin what came later is still in the top.
All other coins are pumped and dumped to the top, the only 3 u see always in the top 5 are bitcoin, litecoin and dogecoin.

Bitcoin = accepted and world wide ( everybody knows bitcoin )
Litecoin = almost accepted + more coins
Dogecoin = massive coins

all the 3 coins got something what the other from those 3 dont have. So i think this is not just something from the last year(s) but also something for the comming years, those coins has proved themself to be the best of the best.

All other (mined) coins u see raised to the top, get traded for bitcoin/litecoin or dogecoin and are out of the top and dying slowly. People dont take other coins outside those 3 serious, the only thing they want is trade it for those 3. (pumped and dumped)
Also big community's from those ''shit''coins (how u called it Cheesy ) are there just for the pump and waiting to sell it for bit/litecoin or dogecoin. Just an example: navajocoin, big community what try to show the rest of the people that navajo will take over all the coins and will be the best of the best. Dev's posting sometimes: big news is comming, community says it's the best coin what will be world wide known as the best of the best.. And navajo will be the future from crypto..
It's nothing else like shittalk, pure words for pumps so the devs / ''loyal'' community will dump coins for bitcoin.

Its not only navajocoin what is pure a scam pump and dump, but also almost all other coins. Only thing people want are bitcoins



Litecoin just got pumped, don't know what you're talking about. What about monero, dash, bitcoindark, etc etc....

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LTC UP Smiley
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