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March 12, 2014, 10:39:32 AM
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as a crypto investor researching coins with long term investment potential there is a lot to like about about FlutterCoin
- NVC based PoS model (100% max yearly interest, 30 min/90 max days stake age)
- long term PoW rewards / mining potential
- uniqueness of PoB rewards, etc
- overall fairness of distribution model
- name / logo
- dev focus on getting the basics right, etc

the only thing i would have done differently is not to use the B word
i prefer rare coins and don't like it when total supply gets to billions (especially when considering the 8 decimal places factor)

even so, Flutter made my candidates-for-long-term-investment-coins-shortlist Wink
congrats to the dev, i wish this coin the best possible future & will be keeping a close watch...


I'm also running this investment in the long run. Great coin, we will see if soon get more attention, I'm sure that will get
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March 12, 2014, 10:43:44 AM
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Smells like premine SCAM!!!!!
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March 12, 2014, 10:53:07 AM
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Smells like premine SCAM!!!!!

how did u get such a bad reputation? -6? jesus man
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March 12, 2014, 10:55:40 AM
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as a crypto investor researching coins with long term investment potential there is a lot to like about about FlutterCoin
- NVC based PoS model (100% max yearly interest, 30 min/90 max days stake age)
- long term PoW rewards / mining potential
- uniqueness of PoB rewards, etc
- overall fairness of distribution model
- name / logo
- dev focus on getting the basics right, etc

the only thing i would have done differently is not to use the B word
i prefer rare coins and don't like it when total supply gets to billions (especially when considering the 8 decimal places factor)

even so, Flutter made my candidates-for-long-term-investment-coins-shortlist Wink
congrats to the dev, i wish this coin the best possible future & will be keeping a close watch...

i'd be interested hearing what other alt coins have good long term potential, if you care to share.


rather than just list the coins i consider to have good long term potential i will point you to a few good threads
i plan on sharing my own research & strategy re investment coins in the near future (blog or website maybe - not sure about the format yet)

in the meantime, suggestions and ideas shared in threads below will give you an excellent start Smiley

Proof of Stake Coin List (by StakeHunter)
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=458726.0

Proof of Stake Investment - NVC/HBN/PHS/TEK/and more (by StakeHunter)
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=498739.0

HBN Investment Journal - 2% returns every ten days - 80,000+ HBN Porfolio (by tokyoghetto)
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=406112.0
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March 12, 2014, 10:57:12 AM
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thanks doulos, i'm gonna check those out right now.
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March 12, 2014, 12:57:41 PM
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+1, because the more people using and mining the coin, the higher the value (not necessarily the price), I say leave it the way it is.  

FLT has great potential.  A Mac wallet (for the other half of the world) a main Fluttercoin website and a funky flutter faucet would  be cool and go a long way with attracting new users.  


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to the dev, have you taken a look at BC (BlackCoin)? Might be worth taking a look at as it was a POS coin with a finite amount. Maybe consider tweaking the coin so it transforms into a POS/POB(POT) only coin quicker.

the long term potential of FlutterCoin is in it's uniqueness and long term interest for both miners (PoW) and PoS investors
dev, please don't morph Flutter into another mintcoin clone

Funny how you bash Dinar and you like Fluttercoin trash...Troll and paid shill IMO!
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March 12, 2014, 01:03:15 PM
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They shouldn't even be mentioned in the same thread. 

FLT is an innovative new crypto with a strong transparent dev.  The other you mentioned is trash.  I'm not paid either.





+1, because the more people using and mining the coin, the higher the value (not necessarily the price), I say leave it the way it is.  

FLT has great potential.  A Mac wallet (for the other half of the world) a main Fluttercoin website and a funky flutter faucet would  be cool and go a long way with attracting new users.  


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to the dev, have you taken a look at BC (BlackCoin)? Might be worth taking a look at as it was a POS coin with a finite amount. Maybe consider tweaking the coin so it transforms into a POS/POB(POT) only coin quicker.

the long term potential of FlutterCoin is in it's uniqueness and long term interest for both miners (PoW) and PoS investors
dev, please don't morph Flutter into another mintcoin clone

Funny how you bash Dinar and you like Fluttercoin trash...Troll and paid shill IMO!
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March 12, 2014, 01:17:51 PM
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Does the dev have a website or just a gmail contact?
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March 12, 2014, 01:21:58 PM
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@DEV:

Please take Webcoin.US down from the pool list. They clearly have fucked up the upgrade (no wallet backups?!) and are not updating people in their IRC or even bother posting a note on the site with an ETA or admission that the coins are lost.

Does not deserve anyones hashing power even if they get back up.

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March 12, 2014, 02:01:22 PM
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Just saw on IRC re: webcoin.us, what a bunch of idiots, will never mine there again:

[09:25] <FLTWTF> so whats goign on with FLT
[09:25] <FLTWTF> you lost the coins?
[09:30] <@eskalko> hi ! yes the wallet is broken with all coins in it... we tried to repair it many times... but that didnt help...anyway the flt wont be successful coin
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March 12, 2014, 03:02:34 PM
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@DEV:

Please take Webcoin.US down from the pool list. They clearly have fucked up the upgrade (no wallet backups?!) and are not updating people in their IRC or even bother posting a note on the site with an ETA or admission that the coins are lost.

Does not deserve anyones hashing power even if they get back up.



True - I mean to not backup the wallet that all your "customers" transactions are stored in is just wrong.  Will do

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March 12, 2014, 03:03:46 PM
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Does the dev have a website or just a gmail contact?
No website yet... Working on that.

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March 12, 2014, 03:09:24 PM
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@DEV:

Please take Webcoin.US down from the pool list. They clearly have fucked up the upgrade (no wallet backups?!) and are not updating people in their IRC or even bother posting a note on the site with an ETA or admission that the coins are lost.

Does not deserve anyones hashing power even if they get back up.



True - I mean to not backup the wallet that all your "customers" transactions are stored in is just wrong.  Will do

What's even worse is that they won't admit that they don't back up their wallets and then try to bash the coin. Clearly someone who runs pools without backups is more than qualified to judge a coin. Especially when you've purposefully kept the launch low-key to make sure the code works, they should anticipate such issues on a coin with new features, but they probably are just noob admins.



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March 12, 2014, 05:19:23 PM
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don't be sad, the reality is any coin needs more miners. if you don't get support, the coin will never go anywhere. so it doesn't matter if you have 5 trillion of the coins.

But i've enjoyed actually being able to solo something lately... it being POS & POB (or POT!) will probably keep it getting attention.

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March 12, 2014, 08:25:02 PM
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oh shit difficulty up to 5.5? i know that means i get less coins, but damn this support is nice!

moonpool i'm gonna switch to your  pool today unless cloudminers decides to offer 0% as well
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March 12, 2014, 10:21:35 PM
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moonpool, i put my girlfriends 14mh on the pool, and it's only her workers and your 1 worker, but the pool hashrate shows like 34 mh, why is that?
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March 12, 2014, 11:53:32 PM
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All looks like cloudminers forked, all other pools looks OK, one of my nodes was stuck at the checkpoint block because of it, but all are at 8429.

I contacted cloudminers...

Please try and spread the hashrate, cloudminers had most of the hashrate, which makes for an easy fork if there are any issues with connectivity

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March 13, 2014, 12:17:39 AM
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They forked at block 8414... the value was correct for the block etc, they had a lot of hashrate, and all it takes is 1 node + the mining node to fork if there was a communication issue.

Nothing special about that block, d that would cause an auto fork.  Difficulty was correct, reward was correct, it wasn't POB/POT or POS. 

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March 13, 2014, 02:41:43 AM
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damn i had 15 mh going on that pool. why does it fork like that?
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March 13, 2014, 04:21:00 AM
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damn i had 15 mh going on that pool. why does it fork like that?
They had most of the network hashrate if their pool connects to even one other node, with that kind of hashrate, their block may be accepted by their node and other connected nodes while the rest of the network, accepts another block - usually this results in an orphan, but because their hashrate was so great, over 50%, the chain forks.

This is a 51% attack unintentional IMHO when this happens.  All it takes then in a slight loss of communication from the pool to other nodes to fork, and it only needs to be connected to once node to mine.  This is why pool operators should be watching the hashrate.  It could happen to bitcoin is a pool were to run 51+% of the hashrate.

getmininginfo is now working in linux and windows in the newest release, which should help with monitoring hashrate

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