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June 08, 2015, 08:16:30 AM
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Namecoin is a part of top20 altcoin index Coinoindex.com

The index includes top 20 alternative cryptocurrencies with largest capitalization and tracks the value of the portfolio (in BTC) in which each coin has a 5% share.
The index was created to be an analogue of Dow-Jones or S&P indexes for the altcoins arena.

Rules of index composition:
- Coin should be traded at at least three exchanges, with cumulative daily volume above $1,000 for last 14 days
- Coins that track a value of a certain asset (USD, CNY etc) cannot be included.
- Each coin in included in the portfolio with the same weight.

You can invest in the index by using NXT Asset Exchange, NXT Asset ID 13634675574519917918

Asset tracks the index value, and constant buy/sell liquidity is maintained.
You can invest using NXT cryptocurrency (you can exchange BTC to NXT directly in the NXT client from http://multigateway.org/ or at http://coinomat.com) or BTC at https://trade.secureae.com/

  http://coinoindex.com - Cryptocurrency Industrial Average
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Pls elaborate on your thoughtful comment Smiley

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June 09, 2015, 05:34:09 PM
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ShapeShift.io has released the first-ever cryptocurrency exchange app for iPhone. Buy or sell Namecoin instantly and on-the-go with the ShapeShift App.

Download the app: http://apple.co/1FU6Njm

Learn about the app in this Forbes article: http://onforb.es/1dtZqVX

NOTE: ShapeShift will be adding their Android app soon. Stay tuned!


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July 04, 2015, 02:07:18 PM
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Namecoin is a proud member of top20 cryptocurrencies Index Coinoindex.com, which can be traded at Poloniex exchange now.


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July 08, 2015, 07:40:17 AM
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Summer, what a nice time of the year... sit in the sun, fire up the grill, have a cool drink - but stop, there is no time to laze around you need to safe the world from becoming totalitarian hell.

0.1 BTC - Solve the AUXPoW Puzzle
Help implement proof of work secured API calls. (NMC Dev team excluded)

0.5 BTC - SPV client for NMControl

0.5 BTC - NMControl TLS without convergence

0.5 BTC - Namecoin File Signing
See here

0.5 BTC - Full Namecoin Bitmessage Integration
See GSoC 2015 projects

0.5 BTC OpenPGP keyserver
Fetch GPG keys via id/ (ideally as a plugin to NMControl)

0.5 BTC - Finish the Armory Port
See GSoC 2015 projects

More can be found here.

Most of the bounties are not yet well defined so a post/pm with your plans ahead of time might help mutual understanding and clear specifications. Also if you have other ideas you are welcome to suggest something.

updates on the Namecoin forum
Most bounties are still open.

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July 14, 2015, 07:52:23 PM
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I have a question. May i register a .bit domain and renew it for like 10 or 20 years in advance at once?
Or do I have to renew it every 200 days or so? If it so, then it would be easy to loose your domain.

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July 15, 2015, 01:11:46 PM
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I have a question. May i register a .bit domain and renew it for like 10 or 20 years in advance at once?
Or do I have to renew it every 200 days or so? If it so, then it would be easy to loose your domain.

Is Namecoin still in development ? Is there a future for .bit or is Namecoin Dead?


someone could start another coin and issue .bit addys or do something similar correct?
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July 15, 2015, 02:00:48 PM
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I have a question. May i register a .bit domain and renew it for like 10 or 20 years in advance at once?
Or do I have to renew it every 200 days or so? If it so, then it would be easy to loose your domain.
Unfortunately something like that is not (yet) possible. The closest to implementation is a grace period during which a domain seizes to work but still can be renewed. Also it would be relatively easy to create a program/service to warn about expiry.

I have a question. May i register a .bit domain and renew it for like 10 or 20 years in advance at once?
Or do I have to renew it every 200 days or so? If it so, then it would be easy to loose your domain.

Is Namecoin still in development ? Is there a future for .bit or is Namecoin Dead?
yes and there is a bright future ahead  Grin

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Yes but it would not be the same.

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July 16, 2015, 09:22:52 AM
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Quick notice that the 75% activation threshold has been reached for BIP34 and BIP66.  See https://forum.namecoin.info/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=2345.

So no, Namecoin is definitely not dead. Wink

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July 20, 2015, 07:45:59 AM
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Double bounty for the AuxPOW puzzle now! yay! https://forum.namecoin.info/viewtopic.php?p=14754

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July 29, 2015, 08:56:02 AM
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Namecoin is affected by the Consensus Bug. Be careful and wait for confirmations.

https://forum.namecoin.info/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=2354

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July 29, 2015, 06:59:37 PM
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Namecoin is one of the most innovative digital currencies. It's price has been rising steady. I'm pretty sure that it is still very undervalued!
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July 30, 2015, 12:31:25 AM
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Decentralized websites have arrived.



http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/vpncoin/#markets
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789961.0
http://w.bitnet.wang/


already in talks to migrate some large DNMs over from tor to Bitnet

China is really showing some Coin innovation damn...never seen a wallet like this guys!!!! it has IRC built IN! decentralized.

Decentralized voice and video chat in wallet.

"Bitnet network is an encrypted virtual network independent of the Internet, in which you can set up your own website,This technology allows you even to set up a web site in an internet LAN set up. Bitnet network have their own independent domain name system, P2P network, more secure and transparent."


I think this one has been creeping low on alot of radars and it was partially due to people not understanding what the coin was about. Their new website just went up and looks fresh..

Old article :
http://www.coinssource.com/bitnet-vpncoin-the-next-step-into-a-virtual-world-of-anonymity/

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August 03, 2015, 10:58:56 PM
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I hope most people who are interested in namecoin are aware that one mining pool has a majority control over the namecoin network... f2pool now controls 75% of the hashrate of namecoin. The significance of this should be readily apparent.

Primary developer/maintainer for cgminer and ckpool/ckproxy.
Pooled mine at kano.is, solo mine at solo.ckpool.org
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August 03, 2015, 11:04:52 PM
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I hope most people who are interested in namecoin are aware that one mining pool has a majority control over the namecoin network... f2pool now controls 75% of the hashrate of namecoin. The significance of this should be readily apparent.

... this outcome maybe the inevitable result of the economic incentives due to merge-mining. And a lesser degree due to poor code-base maintenance.

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August 06, 2015, 07:16:37 AM
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I hope most people who are interested in namecoin are aware that one mining pool has a majority control over the namecoin network... f2pool now controls 75% of the hashrate of namecoin. The significance of this should be readily apparent.

... this outcome maybe the inevitable result of the economic incentives due to merge-mining. And a lesser degree due to poor code-base maintenance.
We need to get one or better two of the large Bitcoin pools to merge mine Namecoin. Hopefully the new Namecoin Core, branched off current Bitcoin, will help. IIRC somebody is working on a tutorial on how to set up merged mining.

Also if we could get more users/supporters and the price would rise this would probably be solved quickly.

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August 06, 2015, 07:50:32 AM
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I hope most people who are interested in namecoin are aware that one mining pool has a majority control over the namecoin network... f2pool now controls 75% of the hashrate of namecoin. The significance of this should be readily apparent.

... this outcome maybe the inevitable result of the economic incentives due to merge-mining. And a lesser degree due to poor code-base maintenance.
We need to get one or better two of the large Bitcoin pools to merge mine Namecoin. Hopefully the new Namecoin Core, branched off current Bitcoin, will help. IIRC somebody is working on a tutorial on how to set up merged mining.

Also if we could get more users/supporters and the price would rise this would probably be solved quickly.


My point being an unmaintained, merged-mine coin basically costs more than it is worth, to more and more mining pools until there is only one and then ....

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August 06, 2015, 08:13:20 AM
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I hope most people who are interested in namecoin are aware that one mining pool has a majority control over the namecoin network... f2pool now controls 75% of the hashrate of namecoin. The significance of this should be readily apparent.

... this outcome maybe the inevitable result of the economic incentives due to merge-mining. And a lesser degree due to poor code-base maintenance.
We need to get one or better two of the large Bitcoin pools to merge mine Namecoin. Hopefully the new Namecoin Core, branched off current Bitcoin, will help. IIRC somebody is working on a tutorial on how to set up merged mining.

Also if we could get more users/supporters and the price would rise this would probably be solved quickly.


My point being an unmaintained, merged-mine coin basically costs more than it is worth, to more and more mining pools until there is only one and then ....

Are you sure about that (emphasis mine)?  Have you taken a look at Namecoin Core in the last couple of months?

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August 06, 2015, 10:30:23 AM
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I hope most people who are interested in namecoin are aware that one mining pool has a majority control over the namecoin network... f2pool now controls 75% of the hashrate of namecoin. The significance of this should be readily apparent.

... this outcome maybe the inevitable result of the economic incentives due to merge-mining. And a lesser degree due to poor code-base maintenance.
We need to get one or better two of the large Bitcoin pools to merge mine Namecoin. Hopefully the new Namecoin Core, branched off current Bitcoin, will help. IIRC somebody is working on a tutorial on how to set up merged mining.

Also if we could get more users/supporters and the price would rise this would probably be solved quickly.


My point being an unmaintained, merged-mine coin basically costs more than it is worth, to more and more mining pools until there is only one and then ....
Are you sure about that (emphasis mine)?  Have you taken a look at Namecoin Core in the last couple of months?

I think I was next person after you to build it ... and build/test it regularly, so far, so good. NB: reducing feature set by removing "Manage Names" from namecore-qt whenever the upgrade officially takes place will reduce demand of nmc.

Mostly I was referring to the fragmented nature of the previous versions 0.3.50 and 0.3.80, scattered packaging and unmergeable code forking branches.

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August 06, 2015, 06:40:12 PM
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I hope most people who are interested in namecoin are aware that one mining pool has a majority control over the namecoin network... f2pool now controls 75% of the hashrate of namecoin. The significance of this should be readily apparent.

... this outcome maybe the inevitable result of the economic incentives due to merge-mining. And a lesser degree due to poor code-base maintenance.
We need to get one or better two of the large Bitcoin pools to merge mine Namecoin. Hopefully the new Namecoin Core, branched off current Bitcoin, will help. IIRC somebody is working on a tutorial on how to set up merged mining.

Also if we could get more users/supporters and the price would rise this would probably be solved quickly.


My point being an unmaintained, merged-mine coin basically costs more than it is worth, to more and more mining pools until there is only one and then ....
Are you sure about that (emphasis mine)?  Have you taken a look at Namecoin Core in the last couple of months?

I think I was next person after you to build it ... and build/test it regularly, so far, so good. NB: reducing feature set by removing "Manage Names" from namecore-qt whenever the upgrade officially takes place will reduce demand of nmc.

Mostly I was referring to the fragmented nature of the previous versions 0.3.50 and 0.3.80, scattered packaging and unmergeable code forking branches.

I hope you can at least recognize some of our efforts and achievements. It is easier to stand on the side and point fingers than to actually move things forward.

btw: I would be happy to further discuss the name_op GUI implementation with you. Or the roadmap...  Grin

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August 07, 2015, 04:28:36 PM
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I've had 630 namecoins in a wallet for a couple years now. When I try to send some to a exchange or different wallet I get a error that says  Error: Transaction creation failed!  Can anyone help me with this.
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