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Can't we revive our loved Memorycoins?
« on: June 12, 2017, 04:49:46 PM »
So memorycoin seems to be dead. Some active nodes are there, I could add a static node myself too but I want to know if Delinquency or someone else will do something for this currency in the future or not.
It's a pity to see memorycoin in this state. I trusted very much, I currently own more than a (useless) thousand MMC, I liked very much the difficult mining where ASICS where not possible so that mining was a democratic operation.
There is even a real 3d printed memorycoin we can still buy here (designed by me): https://www.shapeways.com/product/NS85F7947/memorycoin-real-coin?optionId=55937238

Don't let this coin to death!!! Let's revive it!!!

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Re: Can't we revive our loved Memorycoins?
« Reply #1 on: June 20, 2017, 10:52:14 PM »
So memorycoin seems to be dead. Some active nodes are there, I could add a static node myself too but I want to know if Delinquency or someone else will do something for this currency in the future or not.
It's a pity to see memorycoin in this state. I trusted very much, I currently own more than a (useless) thousand MMC, I liked very much the difficult mining where ASICS where not possible so that mining was a democratic operation.
There is even a real 3d printed memorycoin we can still buy here (designed by me): https://www.shapeways.com/product/NS85F7947/memorycoin-real-coin?optionId=55937238

Don't let this coin to death!!! Let's revive it!!!
Yes, we can. See this topic for answer: http://mmc-forums.com/index.php?topic=32.msg2229#new

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Re: Can't we revive our loved Memorycoins?
« Reply #2 on: June 21, 2017, 06:44:38 AM »
Well, what you are suggesting is to remove one of the main facets of Memorycoin that has made it what it is previously. I think that if you guys decide now to disable the grant blocks system, I can do that, and given the fact that p2pools can work without grant blocks can give us bigger adoption rates.

I'm sure if we all decide to disable it now, I will have to recompile everything and the hard fork would be in a week from now, but at least we have a working p2pool system.


In other words, disabling the grant blocks will lead to higher miner income - and possibly less support from developers. But I'm sure that if these issues are fixed we could just hard-fork the code again.

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Re: Can't we revive our loved Memorycoins?
« Reply #3 on: June 30, 2017, 04:18:09 PM »
Well, what you are suggesting is to remove one of the main facets of Memorycoin that has made it what it is previously. I think that if you guys decide now to disable the grant blocks system, I can do that, and given the fact that p2pools can work without grant blocks can give us bigger adoption rates.

I'm sure if we all decide to disable it now, I will have to recompile everything and the hard fork would be in a week from now, but at least we have a working p2pool system.


In other words, disabling the grant blocks will lead to higher miner income - and possibly less support from developers. But I'm sure that if these issues are fixed we could just hard-fork the code again.
I vote to do that. Let's remove the grant blocks system and let it hard fork. That's my input.
Then we should inject some life in the coin, starting from the main website (that is offline).
The goal is to be listed (again) in exchanges to give a value to this coin.

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Re: Can't we revive our loved Memorycoins?
« Reply #4 on: July 18, 2017, 05:21:31 PM »
Well, what you are suggesting is to remove one of the main facets of Memorycoin that has made it what it is previously. I think that if you guys decide now to disable the grant blocks system, I can do that, and given the fact that p2pools can work without grant blocks can give us bigger adoption rates.

I'm sure if we all decide to disable it now, I will have to recompile everything and the hard fork would be in a week from now, but at least we have a working p2pool system.


In other words, disabling the grant blocks will lead to higher miner income - and possibly less support from developers. But I'm sure that if these issues are fixed we could just hard-fork the code again.
I'm also vote for doing the removal of the grant blocks system and let it hard fork.
I would like to do the necessary things to get back the life in this coin and finally get it listed on exchanges again.
« Last Edit: July 18, 2017, 05:25:01 PM by tommyrsk »

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Re: Can't we revive our loved Memorycoins?
« Reply #5 on: July 27, 2017, 10:42:29 AM »
Well, what you are suggesting is to remove one of the main facets of Memorycoin that has made it what it is previously. I think that if you guys decide now to disable the grant blocks system, I can do that, and given the fact that p2pools can work without grant blocks can give us bigger adoption rates.

I'm sure if we all decide to disable it now, I will have to recompile everything and the hard fork would be in a week from now, but at least we have a working p2pool system.


In other words, disabling the grant blocks will lead to higher miner income - and possibly less support from developers. But I'm sure that if these issues are fixed we could just hard-fork the code again.
I vote for this. I believe in great MMC future.  8)

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Re: Can't we revive our loved Memorycoins?
« Reply #6 on: August 17, 2017, 10:48:58 AM »
Hi, Delinquency!


Any news about hardfork? Maybe you need help?