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July 07, 2014, 10:19:19 AM
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Hello I'm newbie, Marbella, Spain, is the first time I am forging. I like FIMKrypto; D

Something I'm doing wrong insurance because it is not normal about 48 hours and no ne forging earned any block. > (

I upload an image, I have to also say that I have not generated any token, since no. It is due to Token?

Help us or leave forging unfortunately.

I started very well but I did three block stopped, take two days and nothing.
Hola.

600 forged is OK for your amount.
Try to forge at night - the rate is higher than during the day time.

Well I am running into forging issues too. It was working well until I transferred around 10% of coins out to another wallet and after that it has not forged a block in the last 3 days (since the transfer)

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July 07, 2014, 10:21:06 AM
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Hola danza.

Forging all day and all night.

Without turning off the computer day and night. ufff
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July 07, 2014, 10:28:14 AM
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127.0.0.1:7885/admin.html

generate Token:

website: dgex.com no http or https
It is ok with http:\\

It is problem dgex for encoding token scripts (encoding script two parameter website and token)
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July 07, 2014, 10:35:07 AM
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Dance is right, the amount you see fits the order-of-magnitude you should be in. Also, you are forging with an effective balance, which only takes effect after 1440 blocks (after the transfer), and I see you did some transfers during the last few days.

I did some simple calculations (very, very simple) but gives a nice view on how things might(!) evolve. The growth rate on the first sheet, is based on all current 333 314 000 FIMK forging, this rate will surely change, especially when the distribution starts on 1-Oct-2014, and also because 576 000 FIMK is currently distributed daily as rewards (200 FIMK/block, 2880 blocks/day).

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1UlwziOljobc3ro9p-Cdr6YsqCiwvoTQsWHsQWE-3HSc/edit?usp=sharing
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July 07, 2014, 10:40:07 AM
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127.0.0.1:7885/admin.html

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website: dgex.com no http or https
It is ok with http:\\

It is problem dgex for encoding token scripts (encoding script two parameter website and token)
I was making my last 5-6 nxt/fimk deposits providing token for `http:\\dgex.com`, and there were no problems.
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July 07, 2014, 11:05:09 AM
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Dance is right, the amount you see fits the order-of-magnitude you should be in. Also, you are forging with an effective balance, which only takes effect after 1440 blocks (after the transfer), and I see you did some transfers during the last few days.

If I do a transfer my forging stops and starts only after 1440 bloks.  Did I understand it right?
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July 07, 2014, 11:24:39 AM
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Dance is right, the amount you see fits the order-of-magnitude you should be in. Also, you are forging with an effective balance, which only takes effect after 1440 blocks (after the transfer), and I see you did some transfers during the last few days.

If I do a transfer my forging stops and starts only after 1440 bloks.  Did I understand it right?
Yes. (But only for the coins you moved.)

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July 07, 2014, 01:59:15 PM
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How about a Facebook-page? There could be even a bounty for that. Maybe 5000 FIMK for a page with 1000 likes or something. I know Facebook is big no no for some individuals but in the end of the day that is still a big marketing and information channel for the mainstream and would be silly not to take advantage of it. Companies use it, associations use it, bands and performing artists use it, you name it.

Also @ devs:

How decentralized do you see this currency? Do you encourage people to take action themselves without you (fimk-organisation) coordinating it?

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July 07, 2014, 02:26:57 PM
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the price is too high,not worthy of investing.

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July 07, 2014, 02:27:57 PM
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the price is too high,not worthy of investing.

thanks for your deep technical analysis

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July 07, 2014, 02:38:21 PM
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I did some simple calculations (very, very simple) but gives a nice view on how things might(!) evolve. The growth rate on the first sheet, is based on all current 333 314 000 FIMK forging, this rate will surely change, especially when the distribution starts on 1-Oct-2014, and also because 576 000 FIMK is currently distributed daily as rewards (200 FIMK/block, 2880 blocks/day).

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1UlwziOljobc3ro9p-Cdr6YsqCiwvoTQsWHsQWE-3HSc/edit?usp=sharing
Thx for the calculation.

I love forging FIMK.
The good feeling when you see your balance constantly  growing, is a very nice side effect Grin
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July 07, 2014, 02:43:53 PM
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This is just my opinion and people are welcome to disagree, but I think if you are worrying about DGEX and getting listed right away on new exchanges, then you probably just want to dump your FIMK or day-trade.  That's short sighted.

If you care about this coin, then you won't worry about where we are after 1 week.  Its where we are in 1 year that matters. 

Why rush?

PS - if you hate DGEX, bite the bullet and move your FIMK out and stop complaining and FUDing.

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July 07, 2014, 02:58:43 PM
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the price is too high,not worthy of investing.

thanks for your deep technical analysis

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July 07, 2014, 03:00:27 PM
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the price is too high,not worthy of investing.

thanks for your deep technical analysis

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July 07, 2014, 03:32:31 PM
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Krypto FIN ry. wishes to celebrate successful launch of FIMKrypto and begins to fulfill its extra block bounties spree by offering

REWARD
10000 FIMK


for the finder of block 10000.

The extra block reward will be paid within two days from passing block 10000 on top of any other block rewards from the Krypto Fin ry. bounty reserve account.

         
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July 07, 2014, 03:40:12 PM
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10000 FIMK

for the finder of block 10000.

Excellent! Just an idea for the future:

The biggest accounts will forge most blocks anyhow (a couple of them with possibly over 10 000 000 FIMK on them from IPO etc), and these big rewards will in average only accumulate in their stakes in the end.

So would it be it would be a good idea for these special forging-rewards to have some kind of mathematical formula to reward smaller accounts with bigger reward. For example account with 10000 FIMK forging that special block would get the full 10000 price but an account with 100000 would get only 1000 or so. This was just as an example, and the precise formula needs a good tweaking but you get the idea. THAT would really make difference for small time crypto-hobbyists and small investors, who are by the way the majority of the community in the long run that you will want to please rather than a handful of whales who will forge tens of thousands FIMK anyhow even without special rewards.

And the remaining FIMK would be used in the next special rewards.

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July 07, 2014, 03:47:43 PM
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10000 FIMK

for the finder of block 10000.

Excellent! Just an idea for the future: The biggest accounts will forge most blocks anyhow (a couple of them with possibly over 10 000 000 FIMK on them from IPO etc), and these big rewards will in average only accumulate to their stakes in the end. So would it be a good idea for these special forging-awards to have some kind of mathematical formula to reward smaller accounts with bigger reward. For example account with 10000 FIMK forging that special block would get the full 10000 price but an account with 100000 would get only 1000 or so. Just as an example, the precise formula needs a good tweaking but you get the idea. THAT would really make difference for small time crypto-hobbyists and small investors, which is by the way the majority of the community in the long run that you want to please rather than a handful of whales which will forge tens of thousands FIMK anyway.

And the remaining FIMK would be used in the next special rewards.

i agree 100%
the way crypto works in my eyes atm is still the same as fiat the rich get richer and the poor get fuck all lmao (yes i am in the poor section haha)

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I love forging FIMK.
The good feeling when you see your balance constantly  growing, is a very nice side effect Grin

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July 07, 2014, 04:04:48 PM
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Excellent! Just an idea for the future:

The biggest accounts will forge most blocks anyhow (a couple of them with possibly over 10 000 000 FIMK on them from IPO etc), and these big rewards will in average only accumulate in their stakes in the end.

So would it be a good idea for these special forging-rewards to have some kind of mathematical formula to reward smaller accounts with bigger reward. For example account with 10000 FIMK forging that special block would get the full 10000 price but an account with 100000 would get only 1000 or so. This was just as an example, and the precise formula needs a good tweaking but you get the idea. THAT would really make difference for small time crypto-hobbyists and small investors, who are by the way the majority of the community in the long run that you will want to please rather than a handful of whales who will forge tens of thousands FIMK anyhow even without special rewards.

And the remaining FIMK would be used in the next special rewards.

I am a large FIM holder (from IPO) and I even I think it would be nice to have incentives for smaller FIM holders to get involved.

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