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What should one one-thousandth (.001) in decimalized GoldCoin be called?

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Today at the team meeting we were throwing around ideas for decimalized naming conventions.

These are some examples. What does the community think?  :wave:  :)
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Re: What should one one-thousandth (.001) in decimalized GoldCoin be called?
« Reply #1 on: September 05, 2016, 04:39:43 AM »
Ouncelet, perhaps? The word isn't in use at all. :)

We should come up with something new.
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Re: What should one one-thousandth (.001) in decimalized GoldCoin be called?
« Reply #2 on: September 07, 2016, 03:12:39 AM »
I could settle for 'Greg.' :)
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Re: What should one one-thousandth (.001) in decimalized GoldCoin be called?
« Reply #4 on: September 08, 2016, 07:15:17 AM »
a gram and then 0.00000001 a microgram :)
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Re: What should one one-thousandth (.001) in decimalized GoldCoin be called?
« Reply #5 on: September 08, 2016, 07:41:14 AM »
a gram and then 0.00000001 a microgram :)

You've got the factor wrong: 10e-3 v 10e-8.
Also, gold and the metric system do not work for me for some reason.

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Re: What should one one-thousandth (.001) in decimalized GoldCoin be called?
« Reply #6 on: September 08, 2016, 07:12:37 PM »
a gram and then 0.00000001 a microgram :)

You've got the factor wrong: 10e-3 v 10e-8.
Also, gold and the metric system do not work for me for some reason.

lol i've got no factors wrong,  i think you've misread me, or don't gotten my pun  :) (with my grammar also being in jest)
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Re: What should one one-thousandth (.001) in decimalized GoldCoin be called?
« Reply #7 on: September 09, 2016, 12:42:10 AM »
a gram and then 0.00000001 a microgram :)

You've got the factor wrong: 10e-3 v 10e-8.
Also, gold and the metric system do not work for me for some reason.

lol i've got no factors wrong,  i think you've misread me, or don't gotten my pun  :) (with my grammar also being in jest)

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Re: What should one one-thousandth (.001) in decimalized GoldCoin be called?
« Reply #8 on: September 09, 2016, 04:01:19 AM »
Or just call it a 'dumb.'
My goodness! Isn't the GoldCoin Community able to come up with something creative?
At least, spell it 'gramme' to give it intellect and authority.

lol i've got no factors wrong,  i think you've misread me, or don't gotten my pun  :) (with my grammar also being in jest)

You slept during physics lessons, mate.
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Re: What should one one-thousandth (.001) in decimalized GoldCoin be called?
« Reply #9 on: September 09, 2016, 08:36:03 AM »
You slept during physics lessons, mate.

lol then i must have slept for 10 years (physics major)

yeah not meaning to insult though that can come across in txt, you've lost me though at what you think i'm refering too......like a gram is yes 1/1000th of a kg but was refering to if you use gram as a 1/1000th of a goldcoin then equivalent of a satoshi should be a microgram  in reference to microguy, and in no real mass reference to the term microgram which is 1/1000000th of a gram.
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Re: What should one one-thousandth (.001) in decimalized GoldCoin be called?
« Reply #10 on: September 10, 2016, 05:54:41 AM »
You slept during physics lessons, mate.

lol then i must have slept for 10 years (physics major)

yeah not meaning to insult though that can come across in txt, you've lost me though at what you think i'm refering too......like a gram is yes 1/1000th of a kg but was refering to if you use gram as a 1/1000th of a goldcoin then equivalent of a satoshi should be a microgram  in reference to microguy, and in no real mass reference to the term microgram which is 1/1000000th of a gram.

I also like Microgram as a mentioned equivalent to Satoshi which is not related to any physical thing, so i guess we dont have to be 100% physical correct here  :)

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Re: What should one one-thousandth (.001) in decimalized GoldCoin be called?
« Reply #11 on: September 11, 2016, 04:28:21 AM »
Hi guys,

if you want be correct :

0.00000001 GLD = 1 MicroGoldGram

0.00001 GLD = 1 Gram so 1GoldGram=1000MicroGoldGram

0.01 GLD = 1KiloGoldBar so 1KiloGoldBar=1000GoldGram

and for fun

0.00031103 GLD = 1 Once Troy  so 1ozt = 31,1034768 GoldGram so with approx : 31,103...

0.12441391 GLD = 1 Ingot sot 1 Ingot =400 ozt



We can multiply all by 100....


0.000001 GLD = 1 MicroGoldGram

0.001 GLD = 1 Gram so 1GoldGram=1000MicroGoldGram

1 GLD = 1KiloGoldBar so 1KiloGoldBar=1000GoldGram

and

0.03110348 GLD = 1 Once Troy  so 1ozt = 31,1034768 GoldGram so with approx : 31,10348...

12.44139072 GLD = 1 Ingot sot 1 Ingot =400 ozt



I hope it's help