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if i were to create a coin, i would call it LIFEcoin (Heart symbol) and donate the earnings and hashing power to medical research and such. it would be like Folding@Home for LIFEcoins. i bet it would be an instant hit.

It'd be hard to make it happen, how would you do that? Profit from what?
How can we trust you? tongue.gif

Give it some thought, maybe you can come up with something.
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The abbreviation for Dogecoin is DOGE, not DGC or DOG. Doge will be next big coin. Much profit. Wow.

I think it's DOG actually, since currency acronyms are three letters normally (that came from Forex trading acronyms for usd, nzd, etc)
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F@Home has beat you too it.

They have created curecoin. (sorry don't have the link right now).

The problem I see with it is they made it an asic, if I said it correct. They did that so people would not stop using graphic cards to fold. So basically if the bitcoin farmers with asic machines stopped for even a couple of days or a week to take a chance on this us regular Joe's are already behind.

Can't build a folding ASIC, asics do very specific calculations and stuff...you'd need one for every type of WU. (correct me if I'm wrong)
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I think it's DOG actually, since currency acronyms are three letters normally (that came from Forex trading acronyms for usd, nzd, etc)

On coinedup.com, it's DOGE and in the thread over at bitcointalk, it's DOGE as well.
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Doge miner here. Much coins, many future, wow.

Mining profitability is leagues ahead of other coins at the current rate on coinedup.
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Is there a preferred pool most on here are using for dogecoin? or just whichever has no fee?
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It'd be hard to make it happen, how would you do that? Profit from what?
How can we trust you? tongue.gif

Give it some thought, maybe you can come up with something.
heh, i have no plans of creating a coin. it was just hypothetical in contrast to the "KittyCoin"
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Is there a preferred pool most on here are using for dogecoin? or just whichever has no fee?

I use http://doge.netcodepool.org/

There's a 2% fee but its absolutely rock stable and is one of the biggest Doge pools. All the other Doge pools I tried had numerous shut downs due to the huge increase in Doge miners.
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Is there a preferred pool most on here are using for dogecoin? or just whichever has no fee?

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I use http://doge.netcodepool.org/

There's a 2% fee but its absolutely rock stable and is one of the biggest Doge pools. All the other Doge pools I tried had numerous shut downs due to the huge increase in Doge miners.

Their registration may still be closed though.
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Im so late to the party, just started doing the doge coin thing. Im gonna buy a pair of 290s or something and let them rip at my school apartment since electricity is all paid for by the university, will be epic.
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Their registration may still be closed though.

It was open earlier today smile.gif
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Im so late to the party, just started doing the doge coin thing. Im gonna buy a pair of 290s or something and let them rip at my school apartment since electricity is all paid for by the university, will be epic.

It's definitely not too late to join in with the Doge!
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I use http://doge.netcodepool.org/

There's a 2% fee but its absolutely rock stable and is one of the biggest Doge pools. All the other Doge pools I tried had numerous shut downs due to the huge increase in Doge miners.

I was using Netcodepool.org for litecoins... was just double checking for this one. Thx! smile.gif
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