Apple wrecks my head, back in 98 or 99 when ever they launched the imac, the supplied usb ([color=red]Universal[/color] serial bus) extension cable had a fracking notch in it so you couldn’t use a non apple keyboard or other device with the cable, bastards.
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Bring on the day when we pull the rug out from under ebay and paypal. And I get the feeling we’ve got the people, skills, determination and ability to do that.
Amen to that, I’ve never liked either… they make too much money doing nothing. I mean, if 10,000 people sell $1000 worth in a day, they’ve already made $1.2 million between the two fees. Thing is, I’m sure the total trade value per day is several times what I just said.
I know how you feel though, I’d LOVE to buy more graphics card, but it’ll never amount to the amount of Feathercoin I have now no matter how much I get =\ On top of that I’d still have to have a new circuit installed to handle more cards. I wish there were block erupters for Feathercoin, I would so buy 25 or so of them lol.
As for the market, I have no doubt the growth it’ll experience, especially once we have security/anti-scam features implemented to make it a safer trading platform.
[quote]FTC was premined. It went for 3 full difficulty recalculations before it left 0 difficulty. This should be physically impossible a the rate of block completion. We’re not talking about just a lot of FTC, we are talking about 1/6 of the total FTC currently in circulation.
The purpose of difficulty is to make blocks get completed at a regular interval (2.5 minutes in the case of FTC). It was a full 15 days before FTC’s difficulty was at a point where that was happening.
[quote]How would you explain 3 difficulty recalculations before raising the difficulty when blocks are being completed at a rate of one every 2 seconds?[/quote]
[b]Response : [/b]Use the client to check the blocks. The client shows all 8 decimals where as the explorer was showing 4 and it looks like difficulty did not change for 6000+ blocks.
In the client go to debug window. Run getblockhash 6000 and copy the response, run getblock with the hash pasted after to see details of the block. The difficulty has changed.
[b]Note :[/b] Cryptocoinexplorer now shows 8 digits. These post were made in trollbox around a month ago.
Block 6047 was mined 3.3 hours after block 1. 6000 coins a minute were produced in the first 3.3 hours. The rate at which coins are supposed to be produced is 200.[/quote]
[quote]The majority of block rewards from early blocks all ending up in the exact same account which currently holds 15% of all the FTC currently in circulation. What conclusion do you come up with?[/quote]
Pool wallet most likely. Zerodrama can probably help with this.
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If that’s yours I dare you to leave it for the kids to find.
not mine… I’m not a brony…
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I hope FTC adopts an early plan to not accept officially any business that is illegal , illicit or immoral that will bring negative attention towards it. Such as drug dealers, prostitutes, cigarettes (Not dual use tobacco that is legal to ship across state lines), pornography (which is sometimes illegal in certain states, counties, cities) nor businesses located in Occupied territories or zones. I think it would be advantageous to adopt an early “Conscientious” plan that will keep FTC out of the governments eyes like others have or offend human rights groups that may turn toward us. Its good to be in the limelight but not the wrong light.
Personally, I don’t want to head down that path. As an open source project, there’s absolutely nothing we can do to allow/deny someone that wants to use the coin. As far as immoral, I don’t want to spend any time trying to make those determinations. Everyone will rally behind their own ideas, that’s the sheer beauty of this community. I hope each of embrace the differences and find ways that their specific vision for the coin happens on some level.
I understand op’s concerns, but completely agree with Jbit.
I certainly don’t want the government regulating what non-violent vices people entertain themselves with, much less Feathercoin attempting to restrict it’s use for such things. It’s none of FTC’s business, in my opinion. It’s all about freedom and liberty, especially from control.