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Public topics / Re: The club crypto coin.
« Last post by JackG on November 24, 2018, 10:38:59 PM »
This is under the idea miners are awarded for mining which doesn’t have to be the case at all

Wallet software can include a mining function and that can be used to mine the blocks instead, of 10 people have $50 they’re going to want to keep that $50? Unless you’re wanting to make a coin with public digital signatures.
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Public topics / Re: The club crypto coin.
« Last post by Kuffy on November 22, 2018, 02:39:34 PM »
Mining would solve the block creation problem, but I can't see how you could distribute the coins. If a member buys $50 worth of coins, and those are used to buy Litecoin (say), then the wallet of that member should increase by the equivalent of $50. If a couple of members are mining, but not making payments for the club to purchase assets, then should they receive coins? Any coins awarded would dilute the holdings of the paying members.
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Public topics / Re: The club crypto coin.
« Last post by JackG on November 22, 2018, 02:12:34 PM »
Why not mine? If there’s a software client that supports mining in the background of the machine then why not do it?
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Public topics / The club crypto coin.
« Last post by Jet Cash on November 22, 2018, 01:56:10 PM »
We plan to create a crypto coin to register the ownership of "shares"in the club assets. As the underlying assets will vary in value, the coin needs to be able to reflect this, and all transactions and assets need to be transparent. The coins will not be available for purchase by non-members, and they are unlikely to be traded on any exchanges. There will be no airdrops or bounties. Mining and pre-mining is not relevant.  As transactions will probably be infrequent, blocks will need to be added on demand, rather that at predetermined intervals, and blocksizes will need to be small. Coins willbe sold or purchased by the club, or can be transferred between members.

Now the problem will be to discover software that is capable of supporting this type of operation.
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Public topics / The crypto coin tree club
« Last post by Jet Cash on November 10, 2018, 11:26:12 AM »
The crypto coin tree club is a private crypto speculation club. Membership is strictly by invitation only, and it is limited to senior members of the Bitcoin Talk forum with a good trust rating.
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B2evolution / My B2evolution site
« Last post by Kuffy on November 04, 2017, 06:05:41 PM »
I'm really taken by B2evolution, and I'm using it to experiment with a domainers blog. I'll post more about the software when I'm a bit further into the creation of the site. In the meantime, you may be interested in the current progress. I've called the blog Name Stag, and you can view the site by clicking the following link.
Name Stag - a domainer's blog
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Domain name discussion / The Name Pros domain name forum
« Last post by Kuffy on July 12, 2017, 02:42:51 PM »
Net barons is a small information forum which supports the Baronets domain management service. Several people have asked me for a link to a larger more active forum for domainers. They wanted one with active trading boards, and a legal advice section.
I'm a member of the Name Pros forum, and this is a long established forum for professional domainers.
Click here to become part of the Name Pros community
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Making money from your website traffic / Re: As the coconut drops - the story
« Last post by Kuffy on July 10, 2017, 03:36:08 PM »
Registering the name was easy as I already had an account with NameSilo. I like them as they offer low prices and include a number of extras such as privacy at no extra cost. I use a prepay account to get a few more cents off the price. If you don't have a NameSilo account, then you can open one by clicking on this link which will give you details of their pricing -

Name Silo prices and registration

As an added bonus, if you use the promotion code HOTNAMES, you will save $1 on the price of your first domain name registration.
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Making money from your website traffic / As the coconut drops - the story
« Last post by Kuffy on July 10, 2017, 03:29:13 PM »
I was cruising through the drop lists whilst I was having a quiet coffee, and I noticed a quirky phrase amongst the .coms.For some reason it appealed to me, and after thinking about it for a while, I realised that the name could be used for political comments about the UK government and their approach to Brexit. The name as it stands probably has no value, but I registered it, and decided to promote the site. As part of this, I thought it would be useful to document the stages from registration through to the completed site. So what was the name?

As the coconut drops .com
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SEO and website promotion / as the coconut drops
« Last post by Kuffy on July 09, 2017, 04:54:54 PM »
I'm interested to see if you can use a catch phrase to promote a domain name and the associated web site. I like the phrase As the coconut drops. Which has virtually no search results. I think it is a great expression to reflect on some of our current political problems. I registered the name As the Coconut Drops and I'll use it as a political allegory site.
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