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  • devonne

    Thanks for the guide.

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  • jadair10

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    @cryptonaut

    @davidareallen I am curious about the possibility for having two login names for this forum?

    You could sure, why not.

    Thanks but I realize there is no point as my DAVACOIN is based on my name and I have no reason to create a logo when my picture is my identifier.

    There is some value to having a display name which would be different than your login name.

    What is the advantage?

    Hi David,

    If I am not mistaken, many users tend to use the same login username at different websites. And hopefully different passwords too. In my case, I use jadair10 as a login username which obviously is not my real name. If a malicious hacker wanted to target an individual say by brute force, then it would be helpful to start with their username.

    If I knew previously that my username was going to be my display name I might have chosen differently.

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  • AdiaAir

    @cryptonaut

    Title Extensions

    To keep things a bit organized, the name of the token/asset in the title of your post should contain an "extension" to indicate what protocol it is using. Example: "LTBCOIN.XCP" (XCP = Counterparty). See below for the list:

    • .XCP = CounterParty
    • .MSC = MasterCoin
    • .CC = Colored Coins
    • .NXT = NXT
    • .ETHR = Etherium

    Let me know if there is any I missed.

    Should be pretty straightforward. any feedback appreciated.

    new one:

    • .XDP = DogeParty

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  • Cryptonaut

    @adiaair

    @cryptonaut

    Title Extensions

    To keep things a bit organized, the name of the token/asset in the title of your post should contain an "extension" to indicate what protocol it is using. Example: "LTBCOIN.XCP" (XCP = Counterparty). See below for the list:

    • .XCP = CounterParty
    • .MSC = MasterCoin
    • .CC = Colored Coins
    • .NXT = NXT
    • .ETHR = Etherium

    Let me know if there is any I missed.

    Should be pretty straightforward. any feedback appreciated.

    new one:

    • .XDP = DogeParty

    added!

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  • Invullx

    Does that mean if I have a new coin created I can put it here?

    Hello

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  • Cryptonaut

    @invullx Does that mean if I have a new coin created I can put it here?

    yes you can post it on this board. Its more for "metacoins" than your traditional alt coin though. So that means stuff built on Counterparty, Mastercoin, Colored Coins, NXT, Bitshares etc.

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  • Invullx

    @cryptonaut

    @invullx Does that mean if I have a new coin created I can put it here?

    yes you can post it on this board. Its more for "metacoins" than your traditional alt coin though. So that means stuff built on Counterparty, Mastercoin, Colored Coins, NXT, Bitshares etc.

    Ok. I created a new coin called CRYS(Cryptoshare), but I'm not sure what to do with it yet..

    Hello

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