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April 25, 2013, 11:01:51 PM
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Just read this: "I asked neotrix if he is going have BQC on crypto-trade.com and he said that it is going to be supported "


http://forum.bbqcoin.org/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=1227

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April 26, 2013, 05:32:45 AM
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Hey guys, thought I'd try to help out to give this coin a proper icon. Here are some ideas, let me know what you think =)

the coin already has a proper icon... it just hasnt been added to the wallet program yet.  http://bbqcoin.org/

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April 26, 2013, 06:12:37 AM
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Just read this: "I asked neotrix if he is going have BQC on crypto-trade.com and he said that it is going to be supported "


http://forum.bbqcoin.org/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=1227

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Would be nice...
But the message was brought by a newbie with 3 posts.
Could be just pumping up the price.
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April 26, 2013, 10:22:10 AM
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Just read this: "I asked neotrix if he is going have BQC on crypto-trade.com and he said that it is going to be supported "


http://forum.bbqcoin.org/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=1227

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Would be nice...
But the message was brought by a newbie with 3 posts.
Could be just pumping up the price.

could be indeed, but pretty much everyone on that forum has a low post count,kind of hard to tell.

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April 26, 2013, 11:43:41 AM
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I have sent a PM to Neotrix to ask about the exchange.

If it is going to support bbqcoin then I will have to make a few changes to my website.

It needs updating aswell, to add a lot more information.
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April 26, 2013, 01:08:06 PM
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 I wanted to ask something ,

 Whenever I try to mine my wallet program says something about minerd, I cant seem to mine bbq coin on another pool (without solo mining) and use my gpu. Is anyone here knows what is the troule I am having and how I can fix it so I can mine bbq on a pool with my gpu.

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April 26, 2013, 03:39:22 PM
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difficulty is on the rise

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April 26, 2013, 03:44:47 PM
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If I take the number of outstanding blocks and multiply that by 42, I get a little over 16 million BQC that are outstanding. 

Does the fact that this chain was attacked early on affect this number? 

Just trying to figure out how many coins are probably out there floating around.  In addition, I would imagine a bunch were probably destroyed when most considered this to be dead early on. 

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April 26, 2013, 11:59:14 PM
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If I take the number of outstanding blocks and multiply that by 42, I get a little over 16 million BQC that are outstanding. 

Does the fact that this chain was attacked early on affect this number? 

Just trying to figure out how many coins are probably out there floating around.  In addition, I would imagine a bunch were probably destroyed when most considered this to be dead early on. 

I agree and so does Cubox that a large portion of BBQcoin will have been lost mainly due to people mining for a while and then forgetting about it, deleting the client and wallet in the process. Cubox even told me that he had a wallet with 300,000 of them in a while back but lost the wallet.

BBQcoin has been a project that was forgotten about for a long time.

Until a few months ago.
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April 27, 2013, 11:07:10 AM
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Any eta on the exchange?

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April 27, 2013, 11:36:46 AM
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 I really want to mine bbq with my gpu with a pool , can someone help me out? Whatever I tried even guiminer , cgminer or with the wallet . Everytime and everyway I try , I get the minerd problem. Do you guys know how can I overcome that problem?

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April 27, 2013, 01:08:25 PM
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I guess you could check the timestamps on the blocks to find out if there were any spans of time during which BBQcoin was "forgotten about",

My impression was that it was pretty much always running, even though probably most people who ran it just CPU-mined some number of coins they felt were enough of a stash to store away against some possible future time when the coin moved on from the early adopter CPU-mining stage to being dominated by GPU miners keeping the difficulty too high for CPUs.

Like Satoshi said, it makes no sense to ever delete a wallet, just stash them away in some dusty old repositories of backups in case some day they ever turn out to be useful. Since it is not old enough for even floppy disks people might have backed them up onto to have degraded from age it is pretty safe to say the vast majority of coins are surely safely stored in wallets in case they are ever worth the time it takes to go rummaging through your stashes of backup media looking for the disks or USBs or whatever that you happened to stash those particular files on.

I also know of lots of groups who have BBQcoins on their books at whatever nominal value they feel reasonable to list them at, as just another part of their inventory of assets.

I have not yet added the collated data to my historic tables and plots of asset values because I am still watching what values the collation routines obtain for that coin to get an idea of whether they seem sane before going to the trouble of pouring them into the archives of value and adding them to the scripts that build those web pages from the archival data, but for example right now I am being told the value is 0.96408952 DVC per BBQ.

That means I could probably pick up a few million - or maybe even several million - of them for that price, but I suspect as players start hearing about some outside the game exchange(s) offering better prices they are likely to start increasing their ideas of how much they are worth.

For comparison, the same cycle of value collation claims that GRouPcoins are worth 0.05756194 DVC each and I0Coins are worth 0.04324450 DVC each, so evidently BBQcoin are already imagined to be worth more than either GRouPcoins or I0Coins though not as much as DeVCoins.

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April 27, 2013, 04:00:53 PM
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Anyone interested in an abe explorer? I'm thinking about setting one up.
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April 27, 2013, 04:39:18 PM
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Anyone interested in an abe explorer? I'm thinking about setting one up.

That would be helpful.  I mean If you want BBQ to be taken seriously.. it need this bad.
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April 27, 2013, 04:54:10 PM
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Wondering what to do with your BBQcoins?

Why not make a few bets?

Still in beta but Vinne81 gives you http://bbqbets.com
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April 27, 2013, 05:09:33 PM
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Wondering what to do with your BBQcoins?

Why not make a few bets?



Neat little site... i gave it a shot

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April 27, 2013, 05:20:49 PM
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Just been having a go and having good fun on it. Received payments back too Cheesy

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April 27, 2013, 05:55:02 PM
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I guess you could check the timestamps on the blocks to find out if there were any spans of time during which BBQcoin was "forgotten about",

My impression was that it was pretty much always running, even though probably most people who ran it just CPU-mined some number of coins they felt were enough of a stash to store away against some possible future time when the coin moved on from the early adopter CPU-mining stage to being dominated by GPU miners keeping the difficulty too high for CPUs.

Like Satoshi said, it makes no sense to ever delete a wallet, just stash them away in some dusty old repositories of backups in case some day they ever turn out to be useful. Since it is not old enough for even floppy disks people might have backed them up onto to have degraded from age it is pretty safe to say the vast majority of coins are surely safely stored in wallets in case they are ever worth the time it takes to go rummaging through your stashes of backup media looking for the disks or USBs or whatever that you happened to stash those particular files on.

I also know of lots of groups who have BBQcoins on their books at whatever nominal value they feel reasonable to list them at, as just another part of their inventory of assets.

I have not yet added the collated data to my historic tables and plots of asset values because I am still watching what values the collation routines obtain for that coin to get an idea of whether they seem sane before going to the trouble of pouring them into the archives of value and adding them to the scripts that build those web pages from the archival data, but for example right now I am being told the value is 0.96408952 DVC per BBQ.

That means I could probably pick up a few million - or maybe even several million - of them for that price, but I suspect as players start hearing about some outside the game exchange(s) offering better prices they are likely to start increasing their ideas of how much they are worth.

For comparison, the same cycle of value collation claims that GRouPcoins are worth 0.05756194 DVC each and I0Coins are worth 0.04324450 DVC each, so evidently BBQcoin are already imagined to be worth more than either GRouPcoins or I0Coins though not as much as DeVCoins.

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Would you be interested in selling your BQC at a rate of 1BQC = 1DVC? 

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April 27, 2013, 05:58:58 PM
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This was done by one of the guys on the #bbqcoin.org forum a while back.

http://bbqabe.rainbowdashh.tk/chain/BBQCoin
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April 27, 2013, 06:05:46 PM
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wow bbq diff is at an all time high someone know something Wink

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