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On the topic of Bitcoin and currencies name confusion (Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin SV, Bitcoin BTC, Ethereum ETH, Ethereum ETC..)

The topic of cryptocurrencies name confusion come back regularly.
It is often presented as a proof that Bitcoin Cash is trying to mislead newbie and steal the “Bitcoin” brand.
While I agree currencies sharing similar name can be confusing, the situation is not new and in reality extremely common.
It is the norm, not the exception.
It is actually relatively rare to have a currency with unique, non-shared name.
Any peoples with only a bit of knowledge should know this situation exist and be prepared for it when trading currencies whatever it is crypto or regular FIAT.
If anything crypto have shown so far a remarkable consistency. (Somewhat surprising as crypto are open source project while FIAT currencies are state enforced)
Here I collect some examples, the list is pretty exhaustive fell free to let me know if you have other examples I will add them to the list.
Dollars:
US Dollars USD
Australian Dollar AUD
New Zealand NZD
Barbadian dollars BBD
Bermudian dollars BMD
Brunian dollars BND
Bahamian dollars BSD
Belizean dollars BZD
Canadian dollars CAD
Finjian dollars FJD
Taiwan new dollars TWD
Pounds:
Britsh pounds GBP
Egyptian pounds EGP
Falkland island pounds FKP
Guerney pounds GGP
Gibraltar pounds GIP
Isle of man pounds IMP
Jersey pounds JE Lebanese pounds LBP
Sudanese pounds SDG
Saint Helenian pounds SHP
Syrian pounds SYP
Pesos:
Argentinian Pesos ARS
Chilan Pesos CLP
Combian Pesos COP
Cuban Pesos CUC
Dominican Pesos DOP
Mexican Pesos MXP
Philipine Pesos PHP
Uruguayan Pesos UYU
Rubles:
Belaruzian rubles BYB
Russian rubles RUB
Krona:
Nowegian Krona NOK
Swedish Krona SEK
Danish Krona DKK
Icelandic Krona ISK
Croatian Krona HRK
Czeck Krona CZK
Francs:
French francs (dead)
Swiss francs CHF
Francs CFA XOF
Burudian francs BIF
Congolese francs CDF
Djibutian francs DJF
Guinean francs GNF
Comorian francs KMF
Rwanda francs RWF
Dinars:
Bahraini Dinars BHD
Algerian Dinars DZD
Iraqi Dinars IQD
Jordanian Dinars JOD
Kuwaiti Dinars KWD
Lybian Dinars LYD
Serbian Dinars RSD
Tunisian Dinars TND
Shillings:
Kenyan shillings KES
Somali shillings SOS
Tanzanian shillings TZD
Ugandan shillings UGX
Rupee:
Indian rupees INR
Sri lankan rupees LKR
Mauritian rupees MUR
Nepalese rupees NPR
Pakistan rupees PKR
Seychellois rupees SCR
Indonesian rupiahs IPR
I recommend to link this post next time you encounter this argument again.
I think there is no need wasting energy debating such points.
It is a normal characteristics of currencies and while possibly annoying it has to be accepted (and is simply unavoidable).
Edit: format hate me
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Interesting comment by Eric Hansen AKA Phoenix1969

In response to a video titled Lisk vs Ethereum
Great Video, very close, but a few details you're missing...:
  1. Your sidechain app is only closed if you choose it to be, it's the developer's choice to be opensource or not.
  2. Lisk provides a robust testnet for devs to test their apps, and as a sidechain, these apps cannot effect the main chain if any error occurs.
  3. As a Dev, anything you can do with JS, you can do with Lisk.
  4. Lisk Main-Net and trading has been launched May 21st.
  5. It is totally unfair to call isk a copycat of Ethereum, because it began with Crypti code, which was around BEFORE Ethereum. So, If anyone is the CopyCat, it is Ethereum; but again, the two are not comparable.
  6. Reading the ETH roadmap, Vitalik plans on being where Lisk is within a year using DPoS, totally shafting those who bought equipment to support the ETH network.
  7. The DAO incident. I don't see how 60 million dollars worth of ETH being exploited is any small event.
  8. Now, Imagine you are a programmer, and come across two choices in building a decentralized application. Your choices are ETH, which has all sidechains recording on the main chain bloating it while using a language you never heard of. 92% of all websites use JavaScript, and less than 1% of all coders have ever heard of Serpent or Solidity. Lisk does not have the bloat-chain problem, because the app is ran totally within the sidechain.
  9. Lisk has gotten this far without even touching their ICO funds yet, while forming a non-profit, which means all the funds will be used to develop Lisk, while Vitalik wasted 9 million in VC funds selling Bitcoin @ 220usd, then proceeded to sell off millions of ETH holdings because he later ran short on funds. How many more VC's do you think will be handing Vitalik mass funding knowing he has proven he cannot manage said funds?
  10. Lisk has also launched a Multi-Platform Lite-Client that has the ability of purchasing with Fiat right within the wallet, shows market values and portfolio values and many other functions while It took Vitalik years to even offer a basic wallet. The lisk main client wallet even has a voting system built right into it.
  11. The Ethereum network has well over 100,000 gpu's supporting it, so much like Bitcoin has fundamental global power consumption issues, and as a result is not good for the environment. Lisk, being DPoS, is essentially ran by 101 cpu servers whom get voted in by the community, and as a result, is very eco-friendly.
I hope this has cleared up a few things for you... I'm available in Lisk testnet chat as phoenix1969 on a daily basis if you have any questions.
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IqOption.com Withdraw money

FAQ>>> IqOption.com withdraw money

his is an updated version of the article that has been posted on this blog a while ago. Read this article to learn more about the ways to withdraw funds from the IQ Option platform.

Please note that IQ Option does not apply transaction fees to deposit and withdrawal operations of our clients, except for wire transfers. At the moment, only clients from the European Union can use wire transfer. All withdrawals made using a bank transfer will be subject to an additional fee of 25 EUR. All other fees applied to your transactions are taken by the respective payment system.

Please note that a fully verified trading account will be required to proceed the request.

The general algorithm for fund withdrawal is identical regardless of the payment system. In order to withdraw your money, do the following:

  1. Go to iqoption

2) Sign in,

3) Click on the user picture in the upper right-hand corner of the screen,

4) Choose “Withdraw Funds” from the list of available options,

5) Pick the preferred payment system,

6) Follow the instructions from the payment system.

Payment Systems
Bank Card
Visa/Master CardIt is one of the most popular methods out there. It does, however, come with two limitations. First, the trader has to use the same card that he previously utilized to credit his account. Second, due to technical peculiarities, the amount of money withdrawn to the card cannot exceed the total deposit made during the last 90 days.

This rule can be illustrated by the following example. Imagine your account balance is equal to $350, of which only $150 have been deposited in the last 90 days. It will take two separate operations to withdraw the remaining funds. First, transfer $150 to the original credit card, then send the residual of $200 using another payment of your choice.

Visa, MasterCard and Maestro cards are all accepted. China UnionPay cards can only be used by clients from China (including Hong Kong). IQ Option can also boast the 1st (highest) Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard merchant level.

Neteller
NetellerNeteller is available worldwide but is not available in certain countries including but not limited to Afghanistan, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo (Republic), Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Yemen. Clients from these countries may want to use WebMoney or Skrill instead.

26 national currencies are supported by Neteller: AED, AUD, BGN, BRL, CAD, CHF, DKK, EUR, GBP, HUF, INR, JPY, MAD, MXN, MYR, NGN, NOK, PLN, RON, RUB, SEK, SGD, TNG, TWD, USD, ZAR. Although the USD is available as a wallet currency, it still cannot be used for withdrawal purposes.

In order to retrieve funds using Neteller traders will have to verify their account first. It can be done by submitting an ID and a bank statement issued not later than three months ago. Please note that additional documents may also be requested.

Remember that the email address, mentioned during the registration process, will be used as your Neteller account login. For the sake of convenience, users can get Net+ Prepaid Card, which can be used for direct money transfers.

Note that transactions have both minimum and maximum amounts. The latter will depend on your choice of a currency.

Skrill
SkrillSkrill does not operate in certain countries that include but are not limited to Afghanistan, Angola, Cuba, Djibouti, Eritrea, Iran, Iraq, Japan, Kyrgyzstan, Syria, Tajikistan.

Skrill wallet can be opened in one of the 40 different currencies: AED, AUD, BGN, BHD, CAD, CHF, CZK, DKK, EUR, GBP, HKD, HRK, HUF, ILS, INR, ISK, JOD, JPY, KRW, KWD, MAD, MYR, NOK, NZD, OMR, PLN, QAR, RON, RSD, SAR, SEK, SGD, THB, TND, TRY, TWD, USD, ZAR.

The email address, mentioned during the registration process, will be used as your Skrill account login. Users have a chance to activate two-factor authentication for additional security. The bank account/card can be linked to your Skrill account. However, in this case the verification process may take some time.

Transactions in this system have a set maximum limit.

WebMoney
WebMoneyWebMoney does not provide its service in the following states and territories: American Samoa, Afghanistan, Vanuatu, Ethiopia, Guyana, Guam, Iran, Iraq, Crimea, Laos, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Pakistan, North Korea, Northern Mariana Islands, Serbia, Somalia, Sudan, Tunisia, Trinidad and Tobago, South Sudan , Syria, Yemen, Uganda, Sri Lanka and the United States.

Eight different currencies and assets are available to WebMoney clients: WMZ (USD), WMR (RUB), WME (EUR), WMU (UAH), WMB (BYR), WMK (KZT), WMG (Gold), WMX (Bitcoin), WMV (Vietnamese Dong), WMH (BitcoinCash), WML (Litecoin).

Users can get the WebMoney Card to make the deposit and money transfer process easier.

PayPal – Not Available
PayPal

IQ Option is currently not working with PayPal. Neither deposits, nor withdrawals are accepted with this system.
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Why I believe fiat currencies are necessary and beneficial, explained in terms of three video games. Diablo II, World of Warcraft, and EVE Online.

An example, using Diablo II items

So even though you are willing to take a loss in perceived value, you cannot get the item you need because there are more factors than just estimated trade value. Namely, demand.

A fix, in World of Warcraft!

Fortunately, Blizzard noticed this, and added a fiat currency in World of Warcraft. You will notice that it does not have a trade issue like this one. Trade flows freely, and if you have the gold, you can get the item. It is a good thing that there is a high-resolution/fine grained fiat currency around to use as an intermediary. Had there been Note that it is the perceived value of gold as an exchange that matters, not the gold itself. It is what the gold can buy you. Not the gold itself. No matter how much you have, you cannot make an item out of it in World of Warcraft. Therefore it is a fiat currency in truth.

A PhD Economist in EVE Online

The only problems are keeping inflation and deflation in check so that the fiat currency is reasonably stable with respect to the value it is intended to represent. In WoW this is accomplished with "gold sinks" and "gold faucets". Examples of gold sinks include repairing gear, auction house fees, etc. Examples of faucets are crafting, killing beasts etc. Every MMO with a fiat currency must manage these system. EVE Online does the same. Except they went so far as to hire a PhD economist to keep watch over their economy! And he issues quarterly reports that every player can access! Good, nerdy stuff.

Coming back to reality

MMOs model the real world in boring ways to make them easy to understand, and fantasy worlds in ways that make them fun. Neither MMO has a major problem with its economy provided a watch is kept over it, and that both inflation and deflation are kept under control. In both games, this control is centralized at Blizzard and CCP, but they must keep the system controlled for the good of the players or else they quit playing the game and then that control over fiat currency does not matter one whit. If you do not play their game, their control does not matter, you can take your particular fiat currency elsewhere. Do I have to mention that both games accept currencies from all over the world? Hell, in EVE there is an easily found pretty strong exchange rate between InterStellar Kredits (ISK) and USD, based on the fact that you can legally buy game time codes, then sell them to other players for ISK. It is not allowed, within the game, to go the other way, though.

Bitcoin, the underdog

This is why there is inherently wrong with any fiat currency (note that this includes bitcoin!) over any other fiat in the world. It is in fact possibly better because the supply is fixed and distributed, everyone is allowed in, there are no fees, and trust is assured through vast computing resources, and it is decentralized, just like torrents, cloud hosting, distributed rendering, etc. We all know that those make the internet work better, so a decentralized fiat currency also makes sense. Especially if it is open source (and it is). Note that I am really not an expert on it as I have only read a little bit about it. Ask someone else who can speak to it better if you want to know more about bitcoin.
Note that I am not condoning it myself, that could land me in prison, I think! I have not researched it enough to see if there are any loopholes or major issues. But really smart people seem to think it is a good thing. I trust really smart people who think a lot more than I do not, and I know as a Computer Scientist that distributed systems are generally more scalable than centralized ones.
tl;dr: Fiat currency is Good™, but only when inflation and deflation are kept in dynamic equilibrium with the value they are intended to represent via faucets and sinks, and the system works for all of its participants equally
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EVE ONLINE GAME CONTEST: FANFEST (officially underway!)

Hello Everyone! Just letting you all know we did get some pledges, and there is now a project underway to get Quark Promoted at the Eve Online Fanfest in Iceland on May 1!!!! Please read!!!
Introduction:
Eve Online: Massive video game MMOG with >500,000 subscribers, made by CCP Games, headquartered in Iceland! In Game Currency= Isk Fanfest Annual gathering of EveOnline Fans from all over the World Happening May 1-3 fanfest.eveonline.com/en/news
Learn More about Eve Online/Fanfest:
EveOnline Beginners Guide Youtube Video: http://youtu.be/c0M7jkv3xkQ
EveOnline: I was there: http://youtu.be/OSxSyv4LC1c
EveOnline Fanfest Trailer 2014 http://youtu.be/IrKlYEsGvvw
Dust and Eve Online: http://youtu.be/-Sdbq_KeOlA
21 Day Free Trial to EveOnline: _arrange with Ian to show u around when he is Online! Per Ian(on Trello):"I have set up a link to invite buddies into Eve. What this means is that you get an extended trial (ie free) time of 21 days to try out the game and immerse yourself into it. You can fly around in the noob ship, try out trading, mining, etc, join a corporation that will help new players. If you are on when I am, I can meet up with you and show you missions etc. The link is: secure.eveonline.com/trial/?invc=5f151f68-9731-4c0c-88ec-e5b19087aa06&action=buddy "
CONTEST:
PROPOSED STRUCTURE: In Progress... Right now the contest guidelines are:
EDIT 4/25, UPDATE!: see www.quarkplanet.info for details!
1 Time Code Giveaway prizes(= 1K Qrk) ... Runner Up Prizes(100qrk?) (23.5k pledged so far! -from Br0venik10k and the Foundation 8k, me 1K, Undercard 1K, Promethium 3500qrk)
Need Ideas, Suggestions, comments on structure of contest guidelines, and also best way to promote
Please note, there is now a planning board up this evening for this project located at: www.trello.com/b/DG6wKzQu/eve-online
PLEASE MAKE SURE TO VIEW TRELLO PLANNING BOARD: www.trello.com/b/DG6wKzQu/eve-online FOR ALL DETAILS(click any card to view) AND COMMENT HERE FOR PLEDGES/SUGGESTIONS!!
You can also follow the Quark Forum Thread Here
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EveOnline Game Contest: Fanfest

Meanwhile..Here is the next part of my post...
During the planning of the Iceland Project, it was made known by someone (Ian on Trello) that there is a massive video game headquartered in Iceland, with... only 300,000+ players!!! OMG EveOnline... Eveonline has a Fanfest Every year(it is HUGE and people attend from all over the world)...OMG again...it is coming May 1..
We have been scrambling to try to find out more..Wrote 3 letters to CCP games(makers of EveOnline) about accepting Quark, with press release info attached...They replied- they are not looking for additional forms of payment, and further that they only accept sponsorship of their Fanfest(we asked about this too) from partners.. My last letter was responded to by an "out of office" reply about getting ETC..whats that you ask?
EveTime Codes, used in the game for game time, traded in-game for currency!! (PLEX, isk..)..
Turns out there are on-line dealers of Eve Time Codes --we are working on getting them to accept Quark.. Right now, one ( Evetimecode.com ) already accepts Bitcoin and they have replied that they would think about it, but just a little while ago got back to us that they will consider adding us in June/july...Meanwhile I just wanted to give an update here because the Fanfest is May 1, and we need to get started if we are going to do something....
Given we can't do a direct sponsorship, some members of the Iceland Project were discussing doing a contest for EveOnline Fanfest attendees... So far the proposal is this-
For the purpose of getting Quark represented at the Eve FanFest..and ultimately accepted for ETC purchases for Eve Online:
EVE FANFEST TIME CODE Giveaway (Quark for ETC would gain us some attention):
One 30 day time code= approximately 900qrk..
A number of Fanfest attendees will receive 1000 Quark--enough to buy a time code with a little left over ( or we could offer the option of directly purchasing it for them with Quark-> Btc -might help build relationship with evetimecode.com ) for doing the following:
***Photos of Quark at Fanfest will help us get Time Code dealers to agree to accept Quark*
Now the questions are:
I pledge 1000 Quark for 1 time code If we can get to 10, and then also give Quark to anyone who enters, this would be good so everyone gets something..
P.s. - At the Iceland project we are planning a very large giveaway which we still need to raise funding for (I have some backing/words of support but will need to do a real fundraiser)- so we are keeping this in mind but I want to hear thoughts from anyone on this as a separate project.
For those of you not familiar, here are some links re: EveOnline
EveOnline Beginners Guide Youtube Video
DUST and EVEONLINE
And FANFEST: http://fanfest.eveonline.com/en/news
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[Suggestion] Implement a Bitcoin Economy

I was directed here by +mrjsh1995 to suggest this after my comment on /MCServers
I've long been looking for a server that let's me use very tiny amounts of bitcoin to trade, setup shop, and buy land/etc. I believe that with proper admins, it would enable an economy similar (yet less complex) to EVE online with ISK.
Ideally, when a variety of MC servers use bitcoin plugins, you can easily save and move your progress from server to server. Meaning time invested playing can be appreciated on servers there after. And within the server it would enable a whole new element of real economy. The boundaries between the game world and real life are blurred when using a currency that can be equally used in both situations (even if MC is only rewarding you very tiny amounts of money!)
My reasoning behind this is that bitcoin is programmable money, it's ripe for digital game makers to use digital currency. If MCNext doesn't believe it's the right candidate, then I would not want to push or impose anything. But I just wanted to offer the suggestion because I've been looking for a server with this unique economy.
Thanks!
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News Summary: This is what is going on as far as I can tell. It is a summary without all of the sources. Block 5400 was mined around 4 AM Iceland time. The AUR price has been relatively stable for about 12 hours.

After block 5400 was mined, blocks were subsequently being mined very fast until the rate caught up around 5 am Iceland time. Blocks are now being mined about once every 10 minutes as they are supposed to.
The price has been stable for about 12 hours now. There may be six reasons for this.
1 The trading volume on all exchanges has come down considerable from what it was during the March 25th crash when the first wave of AirDropped coins hit the exchanges. The volume on Cryptsy went to about 1200 BTC and on Mintpal to around 120 BTC at the time of the crash. 2 In recent day the AUR price on Bter has often been the highest or second to highest indication that the Chinese are mopping some of what has been dumped on the market by Icelanders who are just beginning to understand about cryptocurrencies. 3 When CoinHeavy’s proposal to bring in more mining pool support began to improve the block generation rate time, the market started to stabilize and we subsequently got a rally. But the rally subsequently faded. However, we have not gone down to a lower low – the price has stabilized.. 4 The price variation between the four largest exchanges has very significantly decreased. When the blocks began to be mined several to a minute, arbitrage between the exchanges probably became very much better. This apparently improved liquidly on all exchanges and gave traders more confidence. As I write this block 5675 has just been mined. This has probably given the Chinese collectively more confidence that they are making wise investments. 5 SMS authentication is no longer working. This has essentially brought the AirDrop to a virtual standstill and stopped the flow of AUR o the exchanges. .
The SMS problem: Baldur has been negotiating with ja.is for the last day for permission to continue to use their service. However, according to Popkins “they want 30 ISK per query or some nonsense.” Baldur says he will pay it with bitcoin, but he wants someone else to do the deal. He appears to live in Iceland as far as I can tell, and is not going to about to reveal who he is for obvious reasons.
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Gamers Mine Dogecoin

Nikolas Gauvreau has his fingers crossed this month. The founder of Universal Projects is halfway through his Kickstarter campaign, although he has only raised a little over 5% of his $275,000 target. Gauvreau is developing a game that will let players ‘mine’ dogecoin, without a hardware mining rig in sight. He has been working on his brainchild for 17 years. Called VoidSpace, it is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG), set in a massive space universe, that is almost entirely empty when the user first arrives. Players proceed to jet around the universe, mining raw natural resources. They can use the natural resources they collect to build manufacturing facilities and create more sophisticated items. They can also trade goods and raw materials with each other. They can also club together in alliances, and take on other groups of players. It’s a little like the online space role-playing game Eve Online, but there are many differences. The game is ‘organic’, with many variations on different objects. The universe also scales in size, getting larger as more players enter it. Other online games generally use their own in-game currencies. Eve Online has the ISK, while World Of Warcraft has gold (virtual, not physical). But the Ottawa, Canada-based programmer said he is adopting dogecoin as his in-game currency. “We want to allow people to use it for real money transactions too. So players can create their own in-game currencies, but they will always be able to use dogecoins for transactions between players.” Mining dogecoin in-game Gauvreau is experimenting with a couple of options for dogecoin in the game. The first involves ‘mining’ dogecoins as a natural resource, scattered throughout the universe. Players are allowed to use the coins as a method of payment to enter the game. He explained: “The coins will then be distributed among the world as a mineable resource. So you can collect dogecoins via the mining process, or trade other players and kill them and loot what they have already mined.” The second option involves using doge for financial transactions, where players can trade goods with each other. We have seen online gaming companies flirt with cryptocurrencies before. Casual gaming firm Zynga, for example, flirted with bitcoin as a means of taking in-app payments. But there haven’t been many games that have integrated cryptocurrencies intimately. One such game is more or less simply a mining client for the cryptocurrency. In huntercoin, the cryptocurrency and the game are effectively one and the same. A 2-D map, displayed in the client, enables people to compete with each other, traversing the landscape with their characters, to find coins that spawn randomly. Players can race with and destroy other players to collect coins. Their successes and failures are recorded in the huntercoin block chain, and the coins are traded.
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Gamers Mine Dogecoin

Nikolas Gauvreau has his fingers crossed this month. The founder of Universal Projects is halfway through his Kickstarter campaign, although he has only raised a little over 5% of his $275,000 target. Gauvreau is developing a game that will let players ‘mine’ dogecoin, without a hardware mining rig in sight.
He has been working on his brainchild for 17 years. Called VoidSpace, it is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG), set in a massive space universe, that is almost entirely empty when the user first arrives. Players proceed to jet around the universe, mining raw natural resources.
They can use the natural resources they collect to build manufacturing facilities and create more sophisticated items. They can also trade goods and raw materials with each other.
They can also club together in alliances, and take on other groups of players.
It’s a little like the online space role-playing game Eve Online, but there are many differences. The game is ‘organic’, with many variations on different objects. The universe also scales in size, getting larger as more players enter it.
Other online games generally use their own in-game currencies. Eve Online has the ISK, while World Of Warcraft has gold (virtual, not physical). But the Ottawa, Canada-based programmer said he is adopting dogecoin as his in-game currency.
“We want to allow people to use it for real money transactions too. So players can create their own in-game currencies, but they will always be able to use dogecoins for transactions between players.”
Mining dogecoin in-game
Gauvreau is experimenting with a couple of options for dogecoin in the game. The first involves ‘mining’ dogecoins as a natural resource, scattered throughout the universe.
Players are allowed to use the coins as a method of payment to enter the game. He explained:
“The coins will then be distributed among the world as a mineable resource. So you can collect dogecoins via the mining process, or trade other players and kill them and loot what they have already mined.”
The second option involves using doge for financial transactions, where players can trade goods with each other.
We have seen online gaming companies flirt with cryptocurrencies before. Casual gaming firm Zynga, for example, flirted with bitcoin as a means of taking in-app payments. But there haven’t been many games that have integrated cryptocurrencies intimately.
One such game is more or less simply a mining client for the cryptocurrency. In huntercoin, the cryptocurrency and the game are effectively one and the same. A 2-D map, displayed in the client, enables people to compete with each other, traversing the landscape with their characters, to find coins that spawn randomly.
Players can race with and destroy other players to collect coins. Their successes and failures are recorded in the huntercoin block chain, and the coins are traded.
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Simple 5-Minute Bitcoin Trading Strategy - YouTube

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