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May 27, 2014, 01:06:49 PM
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Futurecoin has been added to the StaleCoins list - http://altcoinherald.com/altcoin-lists/stalecoins/

Let us know if the status changes.
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May 27, 2014, 07:00:53 PM
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kinda shady - 4 days notice...


any particular reason why this would be necessary?




shady ?!

why ?? other pools simply shut down the whole pool without notice Smiley remember, these are free services...

Again, i'm just closing the stratum's, not the page, you can withdraw your funds at anytime ... also the next 2 weeks' blocks, no worries.

You need a reason ?

On the Skein Pool there is 1 user mining, on the Sha Pool also 1 miner and on the groestl there are 3.

Since the Pool lives from donations, i simply cannot afford this three pools anymore, they take "space" on the servers for three full coin slots.. I could place other coins on this slots with much more miners or simply fully new coins.

If you donate the servercosts for the next month, I'll surely let the pools up, no problem Smiley



something wrong with the pool cash out facility?
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May 28, 2014, 02:35:25 AM
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no news is good news?Huh
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May 28, 2014, 03:17:51 AM
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kinda shady - 4 days notice...


any particular reason why this would be necessary?




shady ?!

why ?? other pools simply shut down the whole pool without notice Smiley remember, these are free services...

Again, i'm just closing the stratum's, not the page, you can withdraw your funds at anytime ... also the next 2 weeks' blocks, no worries.

You need a reason ?

On the Skein Pool there is 1 user mining, on the Sha Pool also 1 miner and on the groestl there are 3.

Since the Pool lives from donations, i simply cannot afford this three pools anymore, they take "space" on the servers for three full coin slots.. I could place other coins on this slots with much more miners or simply fully new coins.

If you donate the servercosts for the next month, I'll surely let the pools up, no problem Smiley



something wrong with the pool cash out facility?

I asked this when ocminer was online - strange that there is no reply from ocminer...







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May 29, 2014, 01:54:04 AM
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Dear dev, if you're not interested in FC anymore, please make the last effort and remove kFC from the code. Make it just FC.


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May 29, 2014, 02:34:51 AM
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How long on average does it take for a block to get confirmed on this coin. Been waiting almost over a week and a half and coins on pool still not confirmed their about 40% done and looking at it could take a lot longer to become confirmed.
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May 29, 2014, 05:54:40 AM
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How long on average does it take for a block to get confirmed on this coin. Been waiting almost over a week and a half and coins on pool still not confirmed their about 40% done and looking at it could take a lot longer to become confirmed.

two weeks

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May 30, 2014, 04:28:12 PM
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Sent out phase 3. Sorry about inactivity, Pendere is going though chemotherapy we have been having a tough time.
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May 31, 2014, 09:22:57 PM
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you need to find an exchange
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June 01, 2014, 06:53:31 AM
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you need to find an exchange

No reason untill there's this kFC feature still exists and let the price be under 1 satoshi.

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June 01, 2014, 08:30:24 AM
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kFC feature exists  Huh
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June 01, 2014, 04:41:55 PM
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Sent out phase 3. Sorry about inactivity, Pendere is going though chemotherapy we have been having a tough time.

Very sorry to hear that.  Condolences and best wishes.
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June 01, 2014, 11:38:02 PM
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kFC feature exists  Huh
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Devs use this kilo thing - kFC: 1 kFC = 1000 FC

When an exchange adds Futurecoin it's traded in kFC. So if 1 kFC is sold for 1 satoshi it means 1 FC is sold for 1/1000 satoshi.

Usually price can't be lower then 1 satoshi per coin, it's the minimum price for any cryptocurrency. Never before Futurecoin something was sold for lower than 1 satoshi. But Futurecoin with its kFC feature was selling for 1/10 satoshi per coin.

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June 02, 2014, 01:43:58 PM
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kFC feature exists  Huh
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Devs use this kilo thing - kFC: 1 kFC = 1000 FC

When an exchange adds Futurecoin it's traded in kFC. So if 1 kFC is sold for 1 satoshi it means 1 FC is sold for 1/1000 satoshi.

Usually price can't be lower then 1 satoshi per coin, it's the minimum price for any cryptocurrency. Never before Futurecoin something was sold for lower than 1 satoshi. But Futurecoin with its kFC feature was selling for 1/10 satoshi per coin.

While true that a minimum coin price is one satoshi on a BTC exchange, the truism is meaningless.  You have to have people wanting to buy at that price.  What good is a "value" of 1 sat if nobody is willing to buy?  I have seen coins go to one sat and shortly thereafter the buy order book dries up.  GPUC and HEX are examples that come to mind.  After that, they are only able to trade on other markets such as LTC, or get delisted entirely.

So, there is really no such thing as a 1 sat minimum price.

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June 02, 2014, 01:53:01 PM
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I understand, but futurecoin silent to my messages, I understand perhaps coin already died, did not start ...  Sad

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June 02, 2014, 05:38:24 PM
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kFC feature exists  Huh
how ?

Devs use this kilo thing - kFC: 1 kFC = 1000 FC

When an exchange adds Futurecoin it's traded in kFC. So if 1 kFC is sold for 1 satoshi it means 1 FC is sold for 1/1000 satoshi.

Usually price can't be lower then 1 satoshi per coin, it's the minimum price for any cryptocurrency. Never before Futurecoin something was sold for lower than 1 satoshi. But Futurecoin with its kFC feature was selling for 1/10 satoshi per coin.

While true that a minimum coin price is one satoshi on a BTC exchange, the truism is meaningless.  You have to have people wanting to buy at that price.  What good is a "value" of 1 sat if nobody is willing to buy?  I have seen coins go to one sat and shortly thereafter the buy order book dries up.  GPUC and HEX are examples that come to mind.  After that, they are only able to trade on other markets such as LTC, or get delisted entirely.

So, there is really no such thing as a 1 sat minimum price.



Also, I think that there is at least one exchange that trades in mBTC.
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June 02, 2014, 06:53:11 PM
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kFC feature exists  Huh
how ?

Devs use this kilo thing - kFC: 1 kFC = 1000 FC

When an exchange adds Futurecoin it's traded in kFC. So if 1 kFC is sold for 1 satoshi it means 1 FC is sold for 1/1000 satoshi.

Usually price can't be lower then 1 satoshi per coin, it's the minimum price for any cryptocurrency. Never before Futurecoin something was sold for lower than 1 satoshi. But Futurecoin with its kFC feature was selling for 1/10 satoshi per coin.

While true that a minimum coin price is one satoshi on a BTC exchange, the truism is meaningless.  You have to have people wanting to buy at that price.  What good is a "value" of 1 sat if nobody is willing to buy?  I have seen coins go to one sat and shortly thereafter the buy order book dries up.  GPUC and HEX are examples that come to mind.  After that, they are only able to trade on other markets such as LTC, or get delisted entirely.

So, there is really no such thing as a 1 sat minimum price.



Also, I think that there is at least one exchange that trades in mBTC.

I haven't seen a single exchange like that.

Futurecoin was going pretty good, it was popular enough to be traded at least at 5-10 satoshi. I think most people was confused with kFC. I myself thought that those offers at 50-100 sat was for FC. I think lot of people who set those offers also thought it's for FC, not kFC. That was the problem why it wasn't ever traded.

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June 02, 2014, 07:17:00 PM
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kFC feature exists  Huh
how ?

Devs use this kilo thing - kFC: 1 kFC = 1000 FC

When an exchange adds Futurecoin it's traded in kFC. So if 1 kFC is sold for 1 satoshi it means 1 FC is sold for 1/1000 satoshi.

Usually price can't be lower then 1 satoshi per coin, it's the minimum price for any cryptocurrency. Never before Futurecoin something was sold for lower than 1 satoshi. But Futurecoin with its kFC feature was selling for 1/10 satoshi per coin.

While true that a minimum coin price is one satoshi on a BTC exchange, the truism is meaningless.  You have to have people wanting to buy at that price.  What good is a "value" of 1 sat if nobody is willing to buy?  I have seen coins go to one sat and shortly thereafter the buy order book dries up.  GPUC and HEX are examples that come to mind.  After that, they are only able to trade on other markets such as LTC, or get delisted entirely.

So, there is really no such thing as a 1 sat minimum price.



Also, I think that there is at least one exchange that trades in mBTC.

I haven't seen a single exchange like that.

Futurecoin was going pretty good, it was popular enough to be traded at least at 5-10 satoshi. I think most people was confused with kFC. I myself thought that those offers at 50-100 sat was for FC. I think lot of people who set those offers also thought it's for FC, not kFC. That was the problem why it wasn't ever traded.
kFC has always been the symbol as FC was already taken by fuguecoin (I must admit I never understood that kiloFC thing developed by dev ). However I never made that confusion between kFC (as symbol) and kFC (as 1000 FC), and actually that was pretty clear on the exchange people were buying or selling something called kFC and that's it.
I stop selling mine, when I found the price outrageously low...

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June 02, 2014, 07:47:32 PM
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kFC feature exists  Huh
how ?

Devs use this kilo thing - kFC: 1 kFC = 1000 FC

When an exchange adds Futurecoin it's traded in kFC. So if 1 kFC is sold for 1 satoshi it means 1 FC is sold for 1/1000 satoshi.

Usually price can't be lower then 1 satoshi per coin, it's the minimum price for any cryptocurrency. Never before Futurecoin something was sold for lower than 1 satoshi. But Futurecoin with its kFC feature was selling for 1/10 satoshi per coin.

While true that a minimum coin price is one satoshi on a BTC exchange, the truism is meaningless.  You have to have people wanting to buy at that price.  What good is a "value" of 1 sat if nobody is willing to buy?  I have seen coins go to one sat and shortly thereafter the buy order book dries up.  GPUC and HEX are examples that come to mind.  After that, they are only able to trade on other markets such as LTC, or get delisted entirely.

So, there is really no such thing as a 1 sat minimum price.



Also, I think that there is at least one exchange that trades in mBTC.

I haven't seen a single exchange like that.

Futurecoin was going pretty good, it was popular enough to be traded at least at 5-10 satoshi. I think most people was confused with kFC. I myself thought that those offers at 50-100 sat was for FC. I think lot of people who set those offers also thought it's for FC, not kFC. That was the problem why it wasn't ever traded.
kFC has always been the symbol as FC was already taken by fuguecoin (I must admit I never understood that kiloFC thing developed by dev ). However I never made that confusion between kFC (as symbol) and kFC (as 1000 FC), and actually that was pretty clear on the exchange people were buying or selling something called kFC and that's it.
I stop selling mine, when I found the price outrageously low...

I was sure it sold in FC, as well as many others. Then I tried to sell some coins and understood I was wrong.

It doesn't matter what symbol to choose. It's important to get rid of "kilo'. I'm not sure if Futurecoin might recover after such failure but my proposal would be a good start.

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June 02, 2014, 10:52:25 PM
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kFC feature exists  Huh
how ?

Devs use this kilo thing - kFC: 1 kFC = 1000 FC

When an exchange adds Futurecoin it's traded in kFC. So if 1 kFC is sold for 1 satoshi it means 1 FC is sold for 1/1000 satoshi.

Usually price can't be lower then 1 satoshi per coin, it's the minimum price for any cryptocurrency. Never before Futurecoin something was sold for lower than 1 satoshi. But Futurecoin with its kFC feature was selling for 1/10 satoshi per coin.

While true that a minimum coin price is one satoshi on a BTC exchange, the truism is meaningless.  You have to have people wanting to buy at that price.  What good is a "value" of 1 sat if nobody is willing to buy?  I have seen coins go to one sat and shortly thereafter the buy order book dries up.  GPUC and HEX are examples that come to mind.  After that, they are only able to trade on other markets such as LTC, or get delisted entirely.

So, there is really no such thing as a 1 sat minimum price.



Also, I think that there is at least one exchange that trades in mBTC.

I haven't seen a single exchange like that.

Futurecoin was going pretty good, it was popular enough to be traded at least at 5-10 satoshi. I think most people was confused with kFC. I myself thought that those offers at 50-100 sat was for FC. I think lot of people who set those offers also thought it's for FC, not kFC. That was the problem why it wasn't ever traded.

Coinedup has mBTC markets. Not that I believe it's a good place to be.
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