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March 19, 2015, 03:22:35 PM
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Ix and i0 were neck and neck, i0 pulled ahead briefly then has been dropping like a rock
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March 21, 2015, 03:25:42 AM
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Vircurex was the main site for up-holding the price of coins, because their cut of the fees that they give to people who have bitcoins on deposit makes them the best place to deploy bitcoins that are most likely just going to sit on the buy side of orderbooks for long spans of time.

Some time ago I sent some bitcoin to Vircurex and it did not arrive, I notified them by email and after several days finally the bitcoin arrived and I was able to continue stengthening the buy sides of the merged mined coins.

Maybe about three weeks or so ago now though again bitcoin deposited there failed to arrive, once in a while I re-send to them my email notifaction of the fact but I dunno, maybe they have gone on vacation or something, so far the bitcoin has failed to arrive so the merged mined SHA256 coins have been biting farther and farther down into the buy sides I had already built. The fact I cannot replenish the buy sides means I pick up those coins cheaper and cheaper and cheaper, which is great for me, but by failing to get my deposited bitcoins into my account they have basically screwed the merged mined coins, especially I0Coin and IXCoin, by preventing the constant influx of bitcoin that had been constantly not only replenishing the buy sides but also growing them.

They broke the momentum of increase in price that had been building long term, now in effect causing artificially an extended dropping of prices.

Manipulation? Admin on vaction? My emails going into their spam folder? (Unlikely as in past they always got my emails.)

Whatever, despite my thus picking up massive amounts of coins dirt cheap it is very annoying that they broke the long term momentum of price-increase that had hitherto been happening...

Heck I even sent some bitcoin to Cryptsy now, the scamcoin exchange I had never wanted to join.

I joined it to cash in the "clams" scam since "clams" gave me free "clams" by their choice of how to airdrop, so I figured heck I joined Cryptsy anyway so I might as well try to use it for something now I am there. They do not pay me to keep bitcoins on their exchange though, which Vircurex does. So I have no plan to build buyside order-books there, I am simply snapping up dirt cheap IXCoins there while they are cheap.

And just now read that maybe I won't be able to withdraw them from there? Hmmm, I knew they are an exchange created for the purpose of cashing in on scamcoins but are they also a total scam too? I always figured anyone supporting every scam must be quite the scammer so would not be at all surprised. Maybe I should have just dumped my "clams" and withdrawn the resulting bitcoins instead of being tempted by the cheap IXCoins there...

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March 27, 2015, 02:42:50 PM
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Have ixcoin developers melted away?
I cannot hear of anyone really active doing something.

I don't know about that. Ahmed and cinnamon seem to still be around. Groundrod is known to take breaks from the forum as well. Vlad never went anywhere.
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Endulge me as i make some shit up real fast....

What if, ixcoin had a second name? A name that was easier to market to the masses.

Bitcoin-ix also known as ixcoin...

Same would work with i0

Bitcoin-i0 also known as i0coin.

-beeep-- this was just an expansion to the bitcoin a,b,c theory,   -beeep-
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March 27, 2015, 07:04:11 PM
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I agree with you. Ixcoin as name for the public, it sucks. I received from Nasakioto an answer on this (jan 2015). He thinks that change the name will "dilute the legacy" of ixc: be an early clone of btc, just 10 days after nmc.

I wonder what difference can make for the public a different name, since nobody among masses knows about ixcoin yet.

We could keep ixc as technical name, but create a name/brand easy to remember for all the public.

The issue of this is the following: the name should reflect the main use / purpose of ixcoin. It has a lot of possible uses. But still, it lacks of a clear mission statement.

Low tx fee? Remittances? Side chain? Alternative to btc? Perfect btc clone? Highly secured coin? Eco-friendly due to its merged mining making ixc one of the cheapest coins to mine? Deflationary coin?

My idea was mix, or milli ixcoin. In this way the number of mix would be 21 billion. (1 ixc = 1,000 mix)


                        mix

Right now:  1$ = 50,000 mix

I agree with you and Thomas.

From a marketing perspective it would be foolish to abandon the network effect of years of internet name propagation. This is why I was suggesting adopting a second name. An AKA...

I like where you are going with MIX. It was making me laugh. However it gives the impression that ixcoin has a built in mixer or something like that.

To follow your logic my suggestion would be BiX. lol

From a marketing perspective it makes sense to include some explanation in the title. Bitcoin-ix suggests that the system is similar to bitcoin. And of course some people will read it as Bitcoin9.

Also Bitcoin-ix follows in the footsteps of others who have recognized the power in using bitcoin in a name. BitcoinPLUS, BitcoinNEW, BitcoinDark.
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March 27, 2015, 07:09:55 PM
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BiX,  bitcoin for the "Average" person, not like those 1% ers.  HAWWWWWWWW
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September 30, 2016, 09:36:36 AM
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This is my idea of "IXcoin 2017".







Apart from details, I think it's quite a reasonable structure. It identifies precise roles, avoiding to concentrate the responsibility on a few people only.


I like this plan for 2017.

This can be the new TODO thread.  Unless it's confusing, then let's close this one as well and link to the main thread. 

IXcoin + BCH = Global Domination!
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