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March 12, 2014, 04:22:37 AM
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This thread is 3 years old newbies!

Newbie hell awakens people again
Also love how I can tell old forum members had this on watchlist a long time ago Haha it happens ^_^
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March 12, 2014, 04:33:21 AM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=511676.0
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March 12, 2014, 05:35:06 AM
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I suggest calling 1 full BTC a gallon, 1/4 a quart, 1/8 a pint, 1/16 a cup, 1/128 an ounce, 1/256 a Tablespoon, 1/768 a teaspoon, 1/6144 a dash, 1/12,288 a pinch, 1/24,576 a smidgen, 1/49,152 a nip.

We could do that, you know.  Bitcoin is, fundamentally, binary; and the American Standard is (largely) based upon doubling and/or halving of units.  Half-gallon is a unit, and between a cup and an ounce sits the gill (half a cup) and half-gill.  The teaspoon is the oddball; but the dram (one-quarter tablespoon) fits the pattern.

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March 12, 2014, 12:06:20 PM
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You guys do know..that this thread was started 3 years ago...The OP probably already gave away the 5 BTC Bounty, which in 2011 wasn't worth much, probably 4 dollars per Bitcoin..

+1

Lol, Jeez these guys are clueless! 
I already commented that when the thread was first dug up by a 2 activity newbie, however, people seem to enjoy posting their own ideas.
Let them do whatever they want, I doubt anyone is expecting a reward, lol.

I know...I was just trying to bring it up again for all these newbies!  Maybe I should post it in red!


This thread is 3 years old newbies!

Ideas are forever many!  Why not dig up things that could get more interesting with new material?

Now donate some shines to ole Beef for, well, old times sake!
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April 17, 2014, 07:09:15 PM
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Millies, as a friendly form of millibitcoins.

I like it because it goes with Mikes, a friendly form of microbitcoins, and someone is sure to do a nice logo of Millie and Mike.

+.001

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I call it a chip =)

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April 17, 2014, 07:10:38 PM
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Millies, as a friendly form of millibitcoins.

I like it because it goes with Mikes, a friendly form of microbitcoins, and someone is sure to do a nice logo of Millie and Mike.

+.001

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I call it a chip =)
Do you also call it a chip while having a conversation with someone else? You can't have your own name for it unless others adopt it, really.

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April 17, 2014, 07:18:55 PM
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A millibit damnit.. then we go into micro, then satosh's.
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April 17, 2014, 07:22:52 PM
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A millibit damnit.. then we go into micro, then satosh's.
Haha, this is a very old thread. Millibitcoin is already the established name, no need to worry about it. People can make up their own names all they want but in the end they'll always have to explain themselves when interacting with other people.

For example, I could decide to call 1 USD "hdushadnj", but I'd still have to tell everyone that a "hdushadnj" was a USD.

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April 17, 2014, 11:56:28 PM
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May 22 what year Cheesy ? Btw ur link in first post is broken.

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April 18, 2014, 08:22:26 AM
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I wondered what happened to this.... LOL if think the op must have better things to do  Grin


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April 18, 2014, 10:07:18 AM
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1 megabit or 1milibit

please unban me.
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April 19, 2014, 12:25:12 AM
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I wondered what happened to this.... LOL if think the op must have better things to do  Grin
Oh yes, I keep getting updates from this post, it's getting annoying. So many people still making up their own names even tho there is no point of it, at all.

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April 19, 2014, 12:49:31 AM
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1 megabit or 1milibit

millibit, mega is a million.

The scale (based on ISO 2955 metric prefixes) goes like this:

nano-bitcoin nBTC (nanobit) (10-9) (1/billion) 0.1 satoshi not currently possible
satoshi
micro-bitcoin µBTC (microbit)  (10-6) (1/million) 100 satoshi
milli-bitcoin mBTC (millibit)  (10-3) (1/thousand) 100,000 satoshi
bitcoin 100,000,000 satoshi
kilo-bitcoin kBTC (kilobit) (103) (thousand) 100,000,000,000 satoshi
mega-bitcoin MBTC (megabit) (106) (million) 100,000,000,000,000 satoshi


anything larger/smaller than that would be unnecessary.

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April 19, 2014, 01:02:21 AM
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I suggest calling 1 full BTC a gallon, 1/4 a quart, 1/8 a pint, 1/16 a cup, 1/128 an ounce, 1/256 a Tablespoon, 1/768 a teaspoon, 1/6144 a dash, 1/12,288 a pinch, 1/24,576 a smidgen, 1/49,152 a nip.
Muahaha, what a lovely mockery of the Imperial system, well played.

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April 19, 2014, 01:34:43 AM
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April 19, 2014, 03:10:55 AM
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1 megabit or 1milibit

millibit, mega is a million.

The scale (based on ISO 2955 metric prefixes) goes like this:

nano-bitcoin nBTC (nanobit) (10-9) (1/billion) 0.1 satoshi not currently possible
satoshi
micro-bitcoin µBTC (microbit)  (10-6) (1/million) 100 satoshi
milli-bitcoin mBTC (millibit)  (10-3) (1/thousand) 100,000 satoshi
bitcoin 100,000,000 satoshi
kilo-bitcoin kBTC (kilobit) (103) (thousand) 100,000,000,000 satoshi
mega-bitcoin MBTC (megabit) (106) (million) 100,000,000,000,000 satoshi


anything larger/smaller than that would be unnecessary.


... megasatoshis for all!

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April 19, 2014, 03:32:13 AM
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... megasatoshis for all!

Sounds like something that is awakened by a deep ocean nuclear blast, and then proceeds to eat New York.
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April 19, 2014, 03:51:35 AM
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You can stop bumping this thread. The 5 BTC bounty ($30 total when this offer was made) was paid almost three years ago (the winner was "milliBit"): https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=8282.msg136944#msg136944.

The reference client has had mBTC for this amount (along with µBTC) for two years.

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April 19, 2014, 03:54:22 AM
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You can stop bumping this thread. The 5 BTC bounty ($30 total when this offer was made) was paid almost three years ago

I don't think any recent poster, including myself, has any interest in claiming the bounty. If the thread irritates you it is possible to unsubscribe via the "notify" link in the bottom right.
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April 19, 2014, 10:01:16 AM
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