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October 27, 2014, 05:17:43 PM
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interesting coin, count me in!!

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October 28, 2014, 05:25:55 AM
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Who has more miners/folders now I wonder, gridcoin or curecoin? Gridcoin is in like 141st place for most BOINC generated. But just curious.
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October 28, 2014, 10:37:53 PM
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Who has more miners/folders now I wonder, gridcoin or curecoin? Gridcoin is in like 141st place for most BOINC generated. But just curious.
I am the enthusiast of both coins (and please don't forget about undervalued CPU-only ripple-based ResearchSupportCoin). One part of my hardware is working for gridcoin and another part for curecoin. I can see advantages and disadvantages. Your question "who is on better place" in ranking is completely wrong way of thinking. Both coins should do some things to improve, I mean technically and good information (if you want, I can list them). Both have unjust way of rewarding, but both have future. There's one fundamental difference: gridcoin needs help and has wider perspectives, but curecoin is older and seems to be more stable.

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October 29, 2014, 06:31:07 PM
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Who has more miners/folders now I wonder, gridcoin or curecoin? Gridcoin is in like 141st place for most BOINC generated. But just curious.
I am the enthusiast of both coins (and please don't forget about undervalued CPU-only ripple-based ResearchSupportCoin). One part of my hardware is working for gridcoin and another part for curecoin. I can see advantages and disadvantages. Your question "who is on better place" in ranking is completely wrong way of thinking. Both coins should do some things to improve, I mean technically and good information (if you want, I can list them). Both have unjust way of rewarding, but both have future. There's one fundamental difference: gridcoin needs help and has wider perspectives, but curecoin is older and seems to be more stable.

Actually Curecoin is younger than Gridcoin by at least six months.   Grin  Gridcoin was released in late 2013 and Curecoin wasn't released until May of 2014.
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October 29, 2014, 06:42:49 PM
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Who has more miners/folders now I wonder, gridcoin or curecoin? Gridcoin is in like 141st place for most BOINC generated. But just curious.
I am the enthusiast of both coins (and please don't forget about undervalued CPU-only ripple-based ResearchSupportCoin). One part of my hardware is working for gridcoin and another part for curecoin. I can see advantages and disadvantages. Your question "who is on better place" in ranking is completely wrong way of thinking. Both coins should do some things to improve, I mean technically and good information (if you want, I can list them). Both have unjust way of rewarding, but both have future. There's one fundamental difference: gridcoin needs help and has wider perspectives, but curecoin is older and seems to be more stable.

It's always interesting to hear what people think would improve things - do let us know your ideas.
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November 01, 2014, 05:25:28 PM
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I see there is a de-listing warning on Bittrex for Curecoin now.  It says the following:

"This market is in danger of de-listing due to low trade volume and lack of user interest. It may be removed on November 7th unless the average daily trade volume for the last 7 days exceeds 0.2 BTC."

 
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November 01, 2014, 10:47:08 PM
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I see there is a de-listing warning on Bittrex for Curecoin now.  It says the following:

"This market is in danger of de-listing due to low trade volume and lack of user interest. It may be removed on November 7th unless the average daily trade volume for the last 7 days exceeds 0.2 BTC."

 

That's a bummer - I don't have enough to trade and Bittrex is a major exchange for us.

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November 01, 2014, 11:37:28 PM
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I see there is a de-listing warning on Bittrex for Curecoin now.  It says the following:

"This market is in danger of de-listing due to low trade volume and lack of user interest. It may be removed on November 7th unless the average daily trade volume for the last 7 days exceeds 0.2 BTC."

  

That's a bummer - I don't have enough to trade and Bittrex is a major exchange for us.

Yeah it bummed me out as well! Angry  Hopefully the volume will rise enough to keep Curecoin listed.  
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November 02, 2014, 09:45:19 AM
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My wallet is on Bittrex. If they removed Curecoin, is there a risk my wallet to be inaccessible (for me)?
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November 02, 2014, 10:05:01 AM
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My wallet is on Bittrex. If they removed Curecoin, is there a risk my wallet to be inaccessible (for me)?

in the beginning after delist they will keep the wallet
but it will get removed in some point
the best place for one's coin is in his own wallet + backup

not hashing, folding and curing (check FLDC merged-folding! reuse good GPUs)
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November 02, 2014, 10:12:06 AM
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Hello

strange thing: I've been folding since Thursday with 3 GPUs (6850 and R9 270 + 7790). One of them shows estimated points per day about 10 thousands, and the rest of them show something above 30 thousands. But I'm receiving only about 2.5 CURE/day, my yesterday's reward disappeared (no transfer on Oct, 1st at all), cryptobullionpools was showing yesterdays "Your 24 Hour Folding Points [Folding points verified.] Valid: " something like 70 thousands points) and checked today - I've received 2.5 CURE only again. CureCoin Estimation Calculator showed me that about 70 thousand points is about 20 CURE! How many CURE it should be and what could be wrong?

BTW: what are best clocks for 6850?

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November 02, 2014, 06:33:06 PM
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I see there is a de-listing warning on Bittrex for Curecoin now.  It says the following:

"This market is in danger of de-listing due to low trade volume and lack of user interest. It may be removed on November 7th unless the average daily trade volume for the last 7 days exceeds 0.2 BTC."

  

That's a bummer - I don't have enough to trade and Bittrex is a major exchange for us.

Yeah it bummed me out as well! Angry  Hopefully the volume will rise enough to keep Curecoin listed.  

Today's volume is above 0.2 BTC, so that's looking up Smiley

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November 02, 2014, 06:35:27 PM
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Hello

strange thing: I've been folding since Thursday with 3 GPUs (6850 and R9 270 + 7790). One of them shows estimated points per day about 10 thousands, and the rest of them show something above 30 thousands. But I'm receiving only about 2.5 CURE/day, my yesterday's reward disappeared (no transfer on Oct, 1st at all), cryptobullionpools was showing yesterdays "Your 24 Hour Folding Points [Folding points verified.] Valid: " something like 70 thousands points) and checked today - I've received 2.5 CURE only again. CureCoin Estimation Calculator showed me that about 70 thousand points is about 20 CURE! How many CURE it should be and what could be wrong?

BTW: what are best clocks for 6850?

What is your username for F@H? 70k points should be getting you around 12.40 CUR/day right now.


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November 02, 2014, 06:35:57 PM
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I see there is a de-listing warning on Bittrex for Curecoin now.  It says the following:

"This market is in danger of de-listing due to low trade volume and lack of user interest. It may be removed on November 7th unless the average daily trade volume for the last 7 days exceeds 0.2 BTC."

  

That's a bummer - I don't have enough to trade and Bittrex is a major exchange for us.

Yeah it bummed me out as well! Angry  Hopefully the volume will rise enough to keep Curecoin listed.  

Today's volume is above 0.2 BTC, so that's looking up Smiley

Yeah I'm actively trading now as well to try to increase the volume.

Edit:  I'm not sure how big a deal it would be to lose an exchange since we don't have much volume.  Forcing everyone onto one exchange might not be a bad thing since it would increase the volume on that exchange.  I prefer Bittrex over Poloniex though.
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November 02, 2014, 07:25:08 PM
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Hello

strange thing: I've been folding since Thursday with 3 GPUs (6850 and R9 270 + 7790). One of them shows estimated points per day about 10 thousands, and the rest of them show something above 30 thousands. But I'm receiving only about 2.5 CURE/day, my yesterday's reward disappeared (no transfer on Oct, 1st at all), cryptobullionpools was showing yesterdays "Your 24 Hour Folding Points [Folding points verified.] Valid: " something like 70 thousands points) and checked today - I've received 2.5 CURE only again. CureCoin Estimation Calculator showed me that about 70 thousand points is about 20 CURE! How many CURE it should be and what could be wrong?

BTW: what are best clocks for 6850?

What is your username for F@H? 70k points should be getting you around 12.40 CUR/day right now.



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November 03, 2014, 11:19:30 AM
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Yeah I'm actively trading now as well to try to increase the volume.

Edit:  I'm not sure how big a deal it would be to lose an exchange since we don't have much volume.  Forcing everyone onto one exchange might not be a bad thing since it would increase the volume on that exchange.  I prefer Bittrex over Poloniex though.

I'm curious why you prefer bittrex. I use bittrex a lot because it has an incredible number of coins, but it seems to me that poloniex is technically 'better'. Trade fees are 0.2% on polo and 0.25% on bit. Withdraw fees are generally lower on polo. Polo offers the ability to analyze your trades for each coin using special parameters to determine your average price. Charts are more smooth and detailed. Admins are more active in the chat, users are more active in the chat....

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November 03, 2014, 03:10:56 PM
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Yeah I'm actively trading now as well to try to increase the volume.

Edit:  I'm not sure how big a deal it would be to lose an exchange since we don't have much volume.  Forcing everyone onto one exchange might not be a bad thing since it would increase the volume on that exchange.  I prefer Bittrex over Poloniex though.

I'm curious why you prefer bittrex. I use bittrex a lot because it has an incredible number of coins, but it seems to me that poloniex is technically 'better'. Trade fees are 0.2% on polo and 0.25% on bit. Withdraw fees are generally lower on polo. Polo offers the ability to analyze your trades for each coin using special parameters to determine your average price. Charts are more smooth and detailed. Admins are more active in the chat, users are more active in the chat....

Higher volume on the coins I've traded which is only Curecoin and Dogecoin and I've never seen any downtime.  Never had any sort of problem what-so-ever.  At the time I'm typing this Poloniex appears to be down but I could reach it within 10 minutes.

I suspect I'll start moving over to Poloniex soon.  I have an account there.  I just prefer the GUI a bit more on Bittrex but either will work fine for my purposes.

Ironically it looks like the Dogecoin wallet is disabled on Bittrex now so I guess I can't say I've never seen an issue anymore...
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November 03, 2014, 09:52:43 PM
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Hey everyone, just wanted to drop in here to note some fun changes. We're trying to create a bit of a better user experience by slowly bring our separate web elements into one domain and central branding.

The forum is now located on-site at CureCoin.net/forum. All existing topics and users should have been brought over without issue; that said, we converted from SMF to phpBB and rolled the login into the site's central system, so you might find you need to reset your password or something. If you have issues, visit the IRC chat for help and I'll get you squared away.

In the future, we'll bring the pool from cryptobullionpools.com to Pool.CureCoin.net as well (it forwards for now, if you happen to try the URL).

Pop on over to the forum, and breathe a little life into it - like a tender rose, it was a little shocked by the move. Smiley
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November 03, 2014, 10:18:51 PM
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Yeah I'm actively trading now as well to try to increase the volume.

Edit:  I'm not sure how big a deal it would be to lose an exchange since we don't have much volume.  Forcing everyone onto one exchange might not be a bad thing since it would increase the volume on that exchange.  I prefer Bittrex over Poloniex though.

I'm curious why you prefer bittrex. I use bittrex a lot because it has an incredible number of coins, but it seems to me that poloniex is technically 'better'.
Poloniex is better for sure!

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November 03, 2014, 10:19:45 PM
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Yeah I'm actively trading now as well to try to increase the volume.

Edit:  I'm not sure how big a deal it would be to lose an exchange since we don't have much volume.  Forcing everyone onto one exchange might not be a bad thing since it would increase the volume on that exchange.  I prefer Bittrex over Poloniex though.

I'm curious why you prefer bittrex. I use bittrex a lot because it has an incredible number of coins, but it seems to me that poloniex is technically 'better'.
Poloniex is better for sure!

Bittrex has a much larger audience and it is much easier on the eyes. Polo reminds me of 1998. Just cant get over it. :/
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