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August 26, 2014, 03:51:30 PM
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Do your think we see today 0.015?

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August 26, 2014, 03:56:15 PM
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Do your think we see today 0.015?

I think between .008 and .012
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August 26, 2014, 04:10:06 PM
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Do your think we see today 0.015?

I think between .008 and .012

i think between 0.009 and 0.01 are now a solid base for growth.

i went at 04:00 sleeping and missed the push to 0.013 :/
but who cares, stop to look the price/chart for a half year (or longer, follow only this thread) and you will be happy that you never had the option to panic selling, to risk your coins on day-trading or to think.. this is "enough profit" like the guy with the 10btc Wink


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August 26, 2014, 04:26:48 PM
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Come on, 0.009 Come back i miss you

 
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August 26, 2014, 04:46:18 PM
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Yeah, I've learned my lesson. Always listen to James. I sold at .006 thinking to pick up a little on a correction. Had to buy back in at .009 and hodling 30% less BTCD now. This coin is not normal!
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August 26, 2014, 04:48:21 PM
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If for no other reason.. you should hold until this recent price history trend fails:

Previous:
24h - 0.00953 BTC  (14%)
1d  - 0.00700 BTC  (55%)
2d  - 0.00646 BTC  (68%)
5d  - 0.00428 BTC  (154%)
10d - 0.00409 BTC  (166%)
30d - 0.00128 BTC  (750%)

That makes is plainly obvious.

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August 26, 2014, 05:03:53 PM
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@Dev  A short question about PoS **Proof of Stake Reward**: 5% per year
                                               **Minimum Coin Stake Age**: 8 hours
                                   is there an 'Maximum Coin Stake Age xxxDays Huh
This is in the process of being reviewed and probably changed. jimmy2011 pointed out that it was not set to an optimum value. I am also in talks with Jutarul who found the peercoin flaw in its PoS to review the BTCD algo. I want to make sure BTCD has the best it can have and also to verify proper functioning in all areas.

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August 26, 2014, 05:10:27 PM
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Maybe we should also translate to some other major languages?

Shall I get some price quotes from professional high quality translation services or is it not necessary to translate into more languages atm?
I think we are OK for now, though if we have volunteer translators that would be great

I can provide German and Arabic translations, I'm not a professional but I can provide pretty good quality Wink (native speaker level)
I think German first then.
Thanks!

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August 26, 2014, 05:11:15 PM
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Maybe we should also translate to some other major languages?

Shall I get some price quotes from professional high quality translation services or is it not necessary to translate into more languages atm?
I think we are OK for now, though if we have volunteer translators that would be great

I can provide German and Arabic translations, I'm not a professional but I can provide pretty good quality Wink (native speaker level)
And i can provide Russia translation, I'm not a professional but I can provide pretty good quality Wink  Smiley
Russian would be very good to have!

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August 26, 2014, 05:12:12 PM
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I also always dump the other coins through LTC markets if they exist as then I end up with more BTC versus a straight exchange to BTC.
Based on my multipool set up i only receive BTC so i directly exchange them to BTCD

exactly. I tend to stick to mining coins and dumping them for a couple reasons. One being it brings down their prices (competition) and also can take advantage in upswings. On the downside, it's higher maintenance.
fiat is the competition

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August 26, 2014, 05:14:28 PM
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since my trial version of Parallels on mac ran out a week ago I'm back to my wallet on Mac. this trend was on parallel and now still happening on my staking on mac, I noticed that I'm getting more coins mined, about 25%-50% more! I'm wondering what's the reason, I thought maybe less coins were staking because of trading but at that time james and others were posting that like 90% are staking so can't be that. Anybody experienced the same or have an explanation? (I'm sure very happy with the extra btcd Cheesy)
Also since I'm still getting sometimes over 50% rejection rate, I wonder maybe this does not affect my gains much and my reasoning is that when a block is rejected, the staking coins don't get locked(?) and they already got a high weight so they solve another block pretty soon and only a little delay happens. Would that be right?

btw I changed my internet provider to a much better connection so not sure this is the reason in my case, maybe just the goeolocation away from the majority of the nodes..

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August 26, 2014, 05:15:30 PM
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I think German first then.
Thanks!

iam also able to provide a good german translation, you need only to send me the text to translate and i will support this!
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August 26, 2014, 05:18:02 PM
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I also always dump the other coins through LTC markets if they exist as then I end up with more BTC versus a straight exchange to BTC.
Based on my multipool set up i only receive BTC so i directly exchange them to BTCD

exactly. I tend to stick to mining coins and dumping them for a couple reasons. One being it brings down their prices (competition) and also can take advantage in upswings. On the downside, it's higher maintenance.
fiat is the competition

this is true yeah,

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August 26, 2014, 05:19:21 PM
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Correction happening....   now  0.00905

Are you blind,silly or spreading some fud here a bot pushes the price down and some people/weak hands selling after that they will cry   Grin
the trampoline has put the price into a high frequency flag!

and it is oscillating around .01 or a bit higher
I think this is a very good place to rest and build a nice solid floor
the longer we go sideways, the better foundation for the next leg up.

Remember, it has done this quite a few times. Doubles or triples, consolidates, repeat. Usually the consolidates are drops of 20% to 30%, but we have gone through a cycle where consolidation just means not gaining price.

with whale games going on, it is hard to tell where the proper ATH is so I just look at the 1 week and even All timeframe and then it seems quite clear about the price action. The faster time frames are full of noise and games, might as well watch a bouncing ball or a clown on a trampoline

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August 26, 2014, 05:21:07 PM
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since my trial version of Parallels on mac ran out a week ago I'm back to my wallet on Mac.

Virtual Box is free. Not as good as parallels, but it does work.
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August 26, 2014, 05:24:25 PM
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Just a few questions here. I threw my miners on http://btcd.xpool.ca/ and I'm mining on the x11 algo. All my rigs are pointed to the same wallet but when I look at "my shifts" nothing appears. Is there a way to make sure I'm actually getting paid? Also my coins in my wallet have 992 confirms, when do they start staking?

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August 26, 2014, 05:28:57 PM
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since my trial version of Parallels on mac ran out a week ago I'm back to my wallet on Mac. this trend was on parallel and now still happening on my staking on mac, I noticed that I'm getting more coins mined, about 25%-50% more! I'm wondering what's the reason, I thought maybe less coins were staking because of trading but at that time james and others were posting that like 90% are staking so can't be that. Anybody experienced the same or have an explanation? (I'm sure very happy with the extra btcd Cheesy)
Also since I'm still getting sometimes over 50% rejection rate, I wonder maybe this does not affect my gains much and my reasoning is that when a block is rejected, the staking coins don't get locked(?) and they already got a high weight so they solve another block pretty soon and only a little delay happens. Would that be right?

btw I changed my internet provider to a much better connection so not sure this is the reason in my case, maybe just the goeolocation away from the majority of the nodes..
I am almost sure the problem is that your old ISP (and my current one) was dropping connections and Windows has different timeouts than Mac, which allowed Windows to recover faster and resume staking

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August 26, 2014, 05:29:40 PM
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I think German first then.
Thanks!

iam also able to provide a good german translation, you need only to send me the text to translate and i will support this!
Maybe split the work into half for each and you can proof read each other's work?

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August 26, 2014, 05:34:04 PM
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Just a few questions here. I threw my miners on http://btcd.xpool.ca/ and I'm mining on the x11 algo. All my rigs are pointed to the same wallet but when I look at "my shifts" nothing appears. Is there a way to make sure I'm actually getting paid? Also my coins in my wallet have 992 confirms, when do they start staking?

What is the exact workername you are using in your miner configurations?

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August 26, 2014, 05:36:01 PM
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Maybe split the work into half for each and you can proof read each other's work?

This sounds great! I have allready written "id10tothe9" a pm to give him that information!
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