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GoldCoin Discussion / Re: Goldcoin hit 3 Cents!
« on: June 05, 2017, 01:45:54 PM »
And then all of sudden... volume ahoy!
$150,000 on bittrex today, price almost doubles.

Project Development / Re: unofficial art thread
« on: April 30, 2017, 11:59:40 AM »
I unfortunately hold no goldcoins since crypty went down.
and i have no plans on claiming from the court case due to privacy reasons.
Ill take a hit to my pride before ill take a hit to my privacy, that's a big part of what crypto is all about in my eyes.
So if any of you nice people on this forum would like to support my work you can direct your coins here  E8J3pHKxM6gXTfcmGzeSBNTGJ29JLWM5eN
It would be much appreciated.

Project Development / Re: unofficial art thread
« on: April 30, 2017, 11:39:24 AM »
Goldcoins ever growing influence in Africa.


edit--fixed it to include Kenya

Project Development / Re: unofficial art thread
« on: April 30, 2017, 11:37:23 AM »
Both of you, thanks.  :) glad you like them.
Wish i had more time for it.
Was working on one last night but got caught up on trying to work pie charts into it. lol didn't succeed, but got it finished today anyway.
Ill have it up in a sec.

Project Development / unofficial art thread
« on: April 16, 2017, 05:11:48 PM »
Gld is booming the last month


GoldCoin Discussion / Re: [Official] - Sunday Team Meetings on Skype
« on: April 01, 2017, 05:15:29 PM »
Starting this month, only the last team meeting of the month will be live streamed to YouTube.

The broadcasted meeting will be a recap show of the prior month which should make it more entertaining to watch. In addition, this change will allow those that might be somewhat shy to comfortably attend the regular non-broadcast meetings.

Does this mean only 1 meeting per month will be view-able OR only 1 meeting per month will be live streamed and the other 3 will be still be view-able in some form?

GoldCoin Discussion / Re: Developer Appreciation Thread
« on: March 30, 2017, 11:21:31 AM »
Pat on the back lads! well done. Thanks for sticking around this long.
stouse49, nice job on the MAC os support, dirty work that needed doing
and akuma thanks for showing up at the weekly skypes to show ppl the coin still has supportive developers.

Project Development / Re: [Official] Goldcoin Artwork Collection
« on: March 29, 2017, 10:53:16 PM »

Altcoin Discussion / Re: Cryptsy Community Relief Project
« on: March 29, 2017, 09:41:10 PM »
Pretty damn awesome of ya microguy. If no one has dibs on any of these wallet files i would be most grateful to receive at least ONE of them starting from the top.

136. bitcoindark
 75.  nautiluscoin
126. reddcoin
 55.  noblecoin
147. vootcoin
 92.  bitgem
   7.  bluecoin

GoldCoin Discussion / Re: Goldcoin hit 3 Cents!
« on: March 28, 2017, 05:12:51 PM »
Exactly there's nothing to lose.  Truthfully GoldCoin SHOULD be listed there.  It's an established coin that [beep]ING WILL NOT GO AWAY!

Hah! well said. I agree. This coin has been through a lot over the years.... and its still standing. quite proudly too i might add.

you can hang on to the 2500 Gld microguy and use it for something else Gld related.

yeah sure why not.

Got into goldcoin back in 2013. At the time my life was in tatters, had lost my job, my home and my g/f.  Being so depressed all the time i had to get creative in order to pull my mind out of the gutter. Having already been an avid fan of bitcoin from the early days, I was keeping up with everything crypto related . One night at around 4am, in a depressive state, i was watching a tutorial on how to use GIMP, an open source image editing software program. It was in French, to make it even harder. I got frustrated, gave up  and started watching crypto related videos. That's when i came across this very excited guy who called himself Micro guy. 

The more I watched his videos, the more intrigued I got and less depressed I felt. His enthusiasm was infectious.  Even though this guy was making a lot of sense, he just seemed a little bit crazy. I do like crazy so i decided to join his forum.  It was a small community at the time but they welcomed me with open arms.
Goldcoin then became my life.

I put my head down, got to grips with the image editing software and started making as many promotional images as time would allow for Goldcoin.  I wanted other people to be as excited as i was for this crypto currency.  I started posting t-shirt designs for fellow members, promotion images for the 100,000 block ( which after, goldcoin became '51% attack' safe). Banners ads, fake magazine covers, 'Goldcoin accepted here' logo for people to use on their websites. A bunch of abstract goldcoin images and plenty of images promoting the forum and the official website.
It didn't seem like enough though.

I had no job, so with plenty time on my hands i embarked on making the first goldcoin game.
It was a side scrolling shoot em up. Micro guy was manning the gold cruiser, making his way through the game, killing various other Alt coin space ships  like bbq coin, pandacoin, 42coin and others, you know, getting rid of all the trashcoins. I documented my progress in building the game on the forum and it really seemed to lift everyone's spirits. Unfortunately, I was the only person to play the game. At around 90% completion, my harddrive failed and so too did  6 months of my work.
Even though the community were nice about it, I still cringe when I think about it.

All in all, Goldcoin has been a hell of ride with plenty memories. Probably one of the coolest was 'Dec 12th 2013' when Goldcoins marketcap reached over 3.5 million and was worth over 12 cent a coin. Im sure it was around that time Micro guy promised to reenact the naked Miley Cyrus wrecking ball video, on condition goldcoin hit 1 dollar in price. So we all have that to look forward to still.

I have some other memories of an intense rivalry we had with the alt currency called BBQcoin. The coin was useless, it wasn't the least bit inventive, yet it made it into a mainstream media newspaper article.  At the time, even bitcoin had trouble getting any attention so they were extremely lucky. What followed were weeks and weeks of Coinmarketcap battles between BBQcoin and Goldcoin. One day, BBQcoin would be just above goldcoin, the next day, Goldcoin would jump back in front. Bear in mind there were only about 30 crypto currencies at that time, competition was fierce. 

In the long term, Goldcoin will definitely be a well known and widely used crypto currency. No doubt in my mind. The name is just too universally known and understood to mean a great store of value.  Crypto currencies are still a new revolution, once the rest of the world catches up, they'll be wanting some Goldcoin.

Project Development / Re: [Official] Goldcoin Artwork Collection
« on: December 12, 2015, 01:08:33 PM »

merry xmas guys.

This is a new youtube crypto news show. Shes well spoken, very informative and treats her sponsors very well. Check out some of her other vids, I think as a crypto personality she will gain lots more traction in no time at all. Last i checked it was $45 to sponser an episode. might be worth looking into.

https://www.coinjabber.com/ is a review site of bitcoin and alt websites. maybe some workforce guys can write some positive reviews of the various gldcoin sites.

*flys away

Project Development / Re: Goldcoin Game
« on: July 28, 2015, 09:40:43 AM »
If you need something to get on that again it would  be nice, try to get on the payroll with game developing :-)

Probably being too vague about it. I just don't have the time to do it all again.

Project Development / Re: Goldcoin Game
« on: July 25, 2015, 08:15:06 PM »
I really wish I could. The game was close to completion before it got wiped, and that took me 6 months of working on it almost every day of the week. These days I get less than a day a week leisure time, so I wish I could start it again but I have to be realistic, no point in promising something which on my current work schedule would end up taking years to complete. Il have you know this bugs the hell out of me, I really wish I could get cracking on it again.
I was using 'Construct2' to build the game if anyone else is looking to step up. Its very user friendly software. If you have any bit of passion you'll manage it just fine.
I think bounty is a good incentive for this too.

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