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Possibly the history of an address and which cardinal chain it went to can be included in the address.  For example: 

1:2:4:E1UG2nBnxbKoBuvZt1NQqxkRiZR35gfsJS

So this address started on chain 1, moved  to chain 2 (upon a chain split) and finally moved to chain 4.  If an attempt from chain 2 is made to spend the balance that used to exist there it couldn't because the address has moved to chain 4.  The balance can only be spent on chain 4. 

Anyhow, this is just a thought.  Might not be needed. 

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High bandwidth points such as exchanges and online-wallets can run either a pruning or full all-chain node.   Those with bandwidth constraints can run either pruning/full multi-chain  or single-chain node depending upon bandwidth and disk constraints.     

Also, implementation details are wide open.  Perhaps once a split is needed and a new chain is created along with the accompanying nodes and miners for that chain, addresses are balanced over time instead of all at once on the new chain.   

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At a certain block height (when block's are getting full), addresses with coin are divided up between new chains--a chain split.  The miners (and full nodes) also divide up between chains.  At this point, addresses on chain 1 can only send to chain 1 however any address created will work on any chain.  So now when you spend coin on chain 2, it will be received by an address on chain 2.  Any new address created, however, can receive coins on any chain but, once again only spend on the chain it received on. 

Example:
If there were 8 cardinal chains,  address E1UG2nBnxbKoBuvZt1NQqxkRiZR35gfsJS could exist on all chains but this would be a separate identity for each one.  Another address on chain 2 could send 5 coins to E1UG2nBnxbKoBuvZt1NQqxkRiZR35gfsJS and the balance for E1UG2nBnxbKoBuvZt1NQqxkRiZR35gfsJS on chain 2 would be 5 (assuming it was 0 initially).  The other 7 chains would not have a record of E1UG2nBnxbKoBuvZt1NQqxkRiZR35gfsJS.  However, if an address on chain 8 wanted to send 10 coins to E1UG2nBnxbKoBuvZt1NQqxkRiZR35gfsJS, it could and the balance for E1UG2nBnxbKoBuvZt1NQqxkRiZR35gfsJS on chain 8 would be 10.  2:E1UG2nBnxbKoBuvZt1NQqxkRiZR35gfsJS could send up to 5 coins on chain 2 and 8: E1UG2nBnxbKoBuvZt1NQqxkRiZR35gfsJS could send up to 10 coins on chain 8.  Notice the prefixes designating the cardinal chain.


Current block size limits could be maintained.  The transactions would be divided among chains over time allowing for much greater scalability.   A protocol would have to be determined for wallets and partial nodes(spv,etc.) to discover full nodes on each chain so when a client wants to spend coin on a particular cardinal chain(chain 1, chain 2, chain 3, etc.) it can reach the proper full nodes for that chain.  Also, any cardinal chain can split when blocks start getting full. 

There are a ton of implementation details but this is the general idea. 

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GoldCoin Discussion / Re: Poloniex ! Coin Request !
« on: April 30, 2017, 01:31:07 AM »
That's what I'm talking about!   Here's to higher highs and higher lows.   :toast:

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Altcoin Discussion / Re: [POLL] Cryptsy Dogecoin Keepsake Wallets
« on: April 29, 2017, 06:44:28 PM »
Get involved with Cryptocurrency!  Learn how it works.  Special drawing of 100 GoldCoins.  Register at gldtalk.org to get your free chance at winning.  Drawing occurs at midnight on Saturday.  Have fun, learn how cryto works and get a shot at winning 100 GoldCoins for free!  Tell em' Grumpy Old Man Tad sent you.

That kind of thing.

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Altcoin Discussion / Re: [POLL] Cryptsy Dogecoin Keepsake Wallets
« on: April 29, 2017, 01:55:20 PM »
Just a thought but it might be interesting to have regular drawings and prizes of GoldCoin to new and active community members if we still have any community GoldCoin flows.  Just an idea.   Since it'd be a giveaway, it could be posted on social networks along with explaining what GoldCoin is and how to get involved. 

Anyhow, this has been kind of exciting.   

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GoldCoin Discussion / Re: Poloniex ! Coin Request !
« on: April 28, 2017, 09:55:42 PM »
That's what I'm talkin' bout.

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GoldCoin Discussion / Re: Poloniex ! Coin Request !
« on: April 28, 2017, 02:01:04 PM »
We're going to get there.  Good job.  Let's do it folks.   

GoldCoin....higher highs and higher lows. 

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Project Development / Re: CoinPayments Coin Adapter released !
« on: April 28, 2017, 01:58:55 PM »
Awesome.

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Economics / Re: Total Altcoin Market Cap Grows 4X in Two Months
« on: April 25, 2017, 03:10:57 PM »
We just keep on growing and expanding.  It's not entirely smooth and comes in fits and starts but as long as we keep growing, we'll reach the stars.

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GoldCoin Discussion / Re: Goldcoin hit 3 Cents!
« on: April 19, 2017, 02:03:55 PM »
Maybe we should all start submitting requests there and being a bit more active.  You GOTTA have GoldCoin.  I mean come on.  GoldCoin!

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Marketplace / Re: PokerTube.com to Launch GoldCoin Rewards
« on: April 17, 2017, 11:32:43 AM »
That's really cool.

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GoldCoin Discussion / Re: Goldcoin hit 3 Cents!
« on: April 16, 2017, 04:35:14 PM »
What do you know....a good, solid coin that expands into regions where it's needed and also has great devs and a growing community actually performs well in the long run.  Microguy dishing out those Cryptsy wallets with Kelsey's assistance sure was a class act.   I can't recall seeing people act so unselfishly in Crypto. 

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Project Development / Re: Goldcoin Woocommerce Plugin
« on: April 05, 2017, 04:52:58 PM »
That's awesome.  I can't keep up with all the changes.  I bet we're doing close to 50k volume per day by the end of the year at this rate.

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Project Development / Re: Goldcoin Woocommerce Plugin
« on: April 04, 2017, 11:35:04 PM »
Ok, who's giving Microguy all the caffeine?  He's a ball of fire that can't be contained.

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