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  1. The Future of Denarius

    This coin really does have potential, it needs to be realised by spreading awareness to the public at large. It's super simple and super fast to use - with a couple of decent faucets to get noobs involved you could spread this coin with hashtags. People love free coin and fast coin. There is huge debate in the crypto community in regards to speed of transactions... capitalise on it? (disclaimer: i dont have a clue)
  2. Freewallet.org

    Voted! On all i could find DNR related.
  3. Inform Venezuelan Miners?

    I see it more as a way for them to get bread without having to stack up a crapload of cash - like Zimbabwe. It's a matter of them having the alternative asset to use instead of their now basically worthless cash. Atm they are mining Bitcoin and Eth at low amounts with CPUs and GPUs, and converting that crypto into fiat to buy their food and supplement their income. I'm suggesting a suggestion that they do away with the bolivar and stick to a form of crypto, since their money is worth less than many cryptos currently, and the reason I mentioned DNRs stealth aspects is cos, ideally, "the man" wouldn't know too much about it. The people didn't get themselves into this mess, their government did. To answer about how average joes get DNR - through trade? If the first miner in Venezuela to mine DNR ends up with like 1000 or something hypothetical... he still has to feed his family, so he's now willing to trade some of that DNR to someone who doesn't mine... but has food. Now he has 800, but keeps mining, and the shopkeeper has 200 to work with. The shopkeeper needs beer so he gives someone 100 DNR for beer and so on and so on. This is the basic idea of any finite currency isn't it? That it gets spread around through the buying and selling of goods and services? Once scarcity increases so does price, or not? Like gold, the people who own it aren't ONLY those who dig it up. Obviously this system only works if other people are also willing to accept it as a currency or of having intrinsic value (like a food value). I get what you mean by the markets, but a market can be anywhere and involve nearly anything and you don't really need the government to accept it, if everyone on earth decided tomorrow that shiny shells were valuable (for whatever reason)... people without them are suddenly broke. Like I said, it's a suggestion. I see cryptos as a way to institute a full global financial revoloution. Obviously many will fail, but I can see DNR making it a good distance The main reason I thought of this, is that with my crappy GPU setup it's more profitable for me to mine DNR atm than Bitcoin (same with lots of altcoins of course... but I like DNR)
  4. So I've been seeing a lot about how Venezuelans are mining Bitcoin/Ethereum to supplement their income. Now, mining Bitcoin isn't very profitable at a small scale due to electricity costs... which Venezuleans seem to not have to worry about (essentially)... but due to the difficulty of mining the larger cryptocurrencies I was thinking surely it would be more profitable for them to mine an altcoin? Especially since they are mostly using GPUs to mine, cos they don't exactly have the startup capital for a bunch of ASICs. The government is cracking down on their mining efforts currently, but they are continuing to mine... just stealthily. (i.e. no major warehouse setups I would imagine) I have a feeling that Denarius is a perfect fit here (please correct me if I'm wrong) since it is A) ASIC resistant B) CPU mineable C) You can stake your coins to gain further coins. I know a problem would be if a bunch of people start mining it to dump it for cash could negativley impact the price, but I think DNR is capable of replacing the Venezulean Bolivar as a day to day spending alternative. It has it's super-fast transaction times, stealth addresses (hide from the government) and doesn't have to be denominated into 8 decimals... yet The state of Venezuela is in a dangerous place, they are approaching 1600% inflation of their currency... giving them a crypto alternative to use (that just so happens to sound like "Dinero") could quite literally liberate them, no? If they are mining it to use as currency, rather than mining it to turn into another currency, the value will only increase surely? This is just a shower thought, so let me know if I'm wrong or if I'm delusional... I'm open to the discussion But if you never plant seeds you'll never get trees.
  5. Couldn't any of us who say... purchase certain things from darker places on the internet... start trying to push DNR for use as payment? (stealthy and fast) Not me of course, I'm sure nobody here... I heard talk of a market using it soonish?
  6. Staking

    Been getting regular small stake payments nice.
  7. Denarius is now on Coinomi!

    This is good for DNR!
  8. Word Game with DNR

    To give me more monies
  9. Hashbag Hack / Stolen Coins

    Glad to see this handled well.
  10. Couldn't we highlight the anonymity and speed with some buzzword for people to get all hyped about? Like "ghost" or "hyper" or something, I'm sure there are more inventive people of course. I dunno, I think some people are attracted to buzzwords on a primal level. edit: and get that s**t on some hashtags!
  11. Add where you found Denarius in the News

    Saw it posted in a reddit comment discussing hidden gem coins. Love DNR. EDIT: That article is a good thing!
  12. Help get Denarius listed on polo

    I use Poloniex, and I love DNR's potential. Done.
  13. Denarius Chart Contest!

    Damn, wish I was smart enough to do this! Good luck to all!
  14. Denarius Giveaway #2!

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