@blockspot-io the foundation is located in NL but i dont think you can say peercoin originates from there, i think it is quite international
This is true for basically all coins, but indeed food for thought. Thanks for the feedback. The international and decentralized aspect of Peercoin is something that can be explained in the description, which still has to be written.
Hello! ( ^-^)/
I’m not sure how I found out about Peercoin (Somehow I went from being interested in the “dark net” to subscribing to r/darknetplan to investing in Peercoin? Dunno) but when I read it’s an ecological cryptocurrency I was quickly interested. I believe this concept can actually work as a means of exchange and won’t simply be used for making profit, like too many cryptocurrencies.
I’m currently looking in the minting process and while I think I get how it works, I can’t figure out how to mint with one device (a raspberry pi) while being able to access my wallet from another device (I initially thought I could just copy my wallet but I read this is a bad idea because it can get desynchronized.)
Anyways, I hope this project succeeds! We all have something at “stake” here. sorry, I’ll see myself out
As long as you don’t unlock your wallet for minting on the other device, it shouldnt be an issue. If you try to mint in two places at once people will ban your node.
I see. Thank you!
Hello how are all? I am new in here.
Pleased to meet you. Are you new to Peercoin?
It’s a pleasure to meet all of you!
I have been using Peercoin ever since I first bought some off BTC-e a couple of months before the Mt.Gox meltdown. I’ve been in the community mostly as a lurker until several months ago I decided to buy a StakeBox and I am now running a node from my home.
Overall, I think the reason I am still here is because I enjoy the sense of community that Peercoin has. Even after all these years, I am glad that there are still people that wish to continue working in the project to make it grow.
Great to meet you, hope you stick around. Hope you didn’t get burnt by Mt Gox?
Nope. Thankfully, I was able to avoid the whole Mt. Gox ordeal as I never had any coins there.
I did get burned when btc-e was confiscated though. Thankfully they didn’t run away with all the coins so I was able to get most of my coins back. I just have all my coins on my wallet now and only place any on exchanges if i wish to trade.
I’m operating with ctypto coin services and add with peercoin.
I want to join peercoin community.