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July 25, 2012, 10:03:17 PM
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can you use reaper to mine BQC?

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July 25, 2012, 10:11:11 PM
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July 25, 2012, 10:17:05 PM
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yes
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July 25, 2012, 10:41:11 PM
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and when I try mine on the QT wallet, it says minerd needs to be in the same directory.  where do I find minerd?

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July 29, 2012, 01:02:27 AM
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flip it over. Its cooked on one side.

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July 30, 2012, 11:47:41 PM
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For the record Mr. Spekulatius, BBQCoin got more users than your Spekulatius Coin could ever get.
And Spekulatius Coin was even poor-er named.
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July 31, 2012, 02:59:56 AM
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I am only getting one connection now so it doesn't seem like there are many people still running it...

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July 31, 2012, 05:14:59 AM
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I am only getting one connection now so it doesn't seem like there are many people still running it...

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BBQCoin GOT more users, it doesn't have much now..
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July 31, 2012, 05:16:18 AM
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Any Exchange up yet? Grin

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July 31, 2012, 06:10:20 AM
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Any Exchange up yet? Grin

Yeah I heard BTC-e was supporting it Tongue
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July 31, 2012, 08:30:47 AM
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Nope, the fire has been extinguished.
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September 18, 2012, 07:23:22 AM
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So, Original Poster, how are your friends connecting to each other? Are they running as a darknet not revealing their IP addresses on IRC so that Luke-Jr won't notice them having fun?

Are there any particular games / kinds of fun you are using them for that game-players might be interested in?

Would you please issue a version that includes a recent checkpoint so players having fun with it can feel more confident that the coins they are having fun with are protected by a checkpoint? I can do this myself if you prefer, it is pretty simple, but putting a new checkpoint into your distribution of it might be handy even if I do it too, because some people might grab new version(s) from your distreibution instead of mine.

Luke-Jr, your attack involved mining coins, right? How many do you have, and how much fun would you be willing to trade them for? Various kinds of fun including MUD gold, CrossCiv gold, and various other "dead" (read: darknet?) cryptocurrencies might be gatherable for such a trade.

Players are interested in how many coins are out there and what kinds of fun (especially games) people are having with them, and of course in actual prices as in what kinds of in-game items one gets in what kinds of games for how many BBQcoins...

I have not set up a contract for them yet in the Digitalis Open Transactions server simply because for low-hashpower chains I prefer to ithat tokens in the server be backed by coins that are secured by at least one checkpoint in the blockchain... Hence the request that you put in a more up to date checkpoint (or, as I said, I will release my more recent checkpoint version).

EDIT: I have put my updated-checkpoint version of BBQcoin, bbqcoin-15-Sep-2012.tgz online for downloading in a new folder named BBQcoin in my Sourceforge files download page: https://sourceforge.net/projects/galacticmilieu/files/

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September 18, 2012, 08:17:35 AM
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So, Original Poster, how are your friends connecting to each other? Are they running as a darknet not revealing their IP addresses on IRC so that Luke-Jr won't notice them having fun?
How many times should i really say this?
- It was NOT Luke-Jr that killed that chain!!

Are there any particular games / kinds of fun you are using them for that game-players might be interested in?
Its deeead!

Luke-Jr, your attack involved mining coins, right? How many do you have, and how much fun would you be willing to trade them for? Various kinds of fun including MUD gold, CrossCiv gold, and various other "dead" (read: darknet?) cryptocurrencies might be gatherable for such a trade.
Ok, i'll say it ONE MORE time, it was not Luke-Jr that killed that chain ffs...
Players are interested in how many coins are out there and what kinds of fun (especially games) people are having with them, and of course in actual prices as in what kinds of in-game items one gets in what kinds of games for how many BBQcoins...

I have not set up a contract for them yet in the Digitalis Open Transactions server simply because for low-hashpower chains I prefer to ithat tokens in the server be backed by coins that are secured by at least one checkpoint in the blockchain... Hence the request that you put in a more up to date checkpoint (or, as I said, I will release my more recent checkpoint version).

EDIT: I have put my updated-checkpoint version of BBQcoin, bbqcoin-15-Sep-2012.tgz online for downloading in a new folder named BBQcoin in my Sourceforge files download page: https://sourceforge.net/projects/galacticmilieu/files/

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Beleave me, its gonna be killed again if you start the chain up again ..

BBQcoin is a dead coin, leave it that way..

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September 18, 2012, 08:20:59 AM
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Wow, really down on people having fun, eh? Sheesh.

If you don't want them give them to someone who does.

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Wow, really down on people having fun, eh? Sheesh.

If you don't want them give them to someone who does.

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Sheesh to you to! lol?...

I don't have any, i killed the chain, and i killed the coins ofc...

Fuck BBQcoin, that its..

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Oh it was you that killed it, eh?

Great, maybe we can fit you into game mythology osmewhere.

Once upon a time, because Dungeons and Dragons currency was insanely inflated compared to regions far far away from the "dungeon" village players originally started at, back when we stopped using random Panzerblitz boards to create different random "wilderness" around the village each trip out of the village, all the goldpieces turned to silverpieces, all the silverpieces turned to copper,pieces, and the copperpieces vanished.

Maybe the theorised alchemist imagined to be behind that strange occurence was named "Greedi"? Hmm. Is it a trademarked name?

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September 18, 2012, 08:34:11 AM
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Oh it was you that killed it, eh?

Great, maybe we can fit you into game mythology osmewhere.

Once upon a time, because Dungeons and Dragons currency was insanely inflated compared to regions far far away from the "dungeon" village players originally started at, back when we stopped using random Panzerblitz boards to create different random "wilderness" around the village each trip out of the village, all the goldpieces turned to silverpieces, all the silverpieces turned to copper,pieces, and the copperpieces vanished.

Maybe the theorised alchemist imagined to be behind that strange occurence was named "Greedi"? Hmm. Is it a trademarked name?

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lol?, get a life?..

I don't mind using a coin to a coin or what ever you have in mind, there was a reason for me to kill BBQcoin, thats its..

I'm not gonna kill any other chains, well.. if the OP of the chains fucks me round like the OP of BBQcoin did, then i can't promise..

I have nothing againt you at all, i know you are doing some great stuff, so don't begin to talk shit about me, when i don't do about you..

BBQcoin was killed for some reason.. If you want to know the reasons, ask OP

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February 08, 2013, 07:58:05 PM
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As someone pointed out in the "kill RUCoin" thread, BBQcoin is indeed still running. Its difficulty is low enough that even just using its built-in mining on a CPU you can still find blocks.

About connections, yesterday I was seeing three, today only two. Difficulty was up at 0.0055+ with three connections, now down to 0.0011+ with two connections. I don't point GPUs at it, I just let it chug along using CPU with its built in miner, finding a block occassionally.

Basically it is to litecoin as terracoin is to bitcoin: a no-merged-mining clone so any hashing you use on BBQcoin isn't going toward litecoin just like hashing you direct at terracoin isn't going toward the entire family of merged mining you can do alongside bitcoin. That is why I just chug it on CPU for fun: my GPU is working on a whole bunch of coins at once.

EDIT: Updated sources are at http://sourceforge.net/projects/galacticmilieu/files/ as from time to time I add a new checkpoint to various low difficulty chains to help protect against any someday attempt at a massive-timetravel attack against them. I guess if people are starting to pick up on this coin again its about time to set another checkpoint...

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February 08, 2013, 08:39:02 PM
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As someone pointed out in the "kill RUCoin" thread, BBQcoin is indeed still running. Its difficulty is low enough that even just using its built-in mining on a CPU you can still find blocks.

About connections, yesterday I was seeing three, today only two. Difficulty was up at 0.0055+ with three connections, now down to 0.0011+ with two connections. I don't point GPUs at it, I just let it chug along using CPU with its built in miner, finding a block occassionally.

Basically it is to litecoin as terracoin is to bitcoin: a no-merged-mining clone so any hashing you use on BBQcoin isn't going toward litecoin just like hashing you direct at terracoin isn't going toward the entire family of merged mining you can do alongside bitcoin. That is why I just chug it on CPU for fun: my GPU is working on a whole bunch of coins at once.

EDIT: Updated sources are at http://sourceforge.net/projects/galacticmilieu/files/ as from time to time I add a new checkpoint to various low difficulty chains to help protect against any someday attempt at a massive-timetravel attack against them. I guess if people are starting to pick up on this coin again its about time to set another checkpoint...

-MarkM-

<3 always wanted to have just one BBQ coin just for the name Smiley how can we help it get more connections ?? i have a client running on my home pc and could throw one on a server... would that help protect the coin?

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