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23 Skidoo

 

The official cryptocurrency of the Illuminatus!

 

A very odd SHA256-token indeed, if even to be called that. This is the only listing of its specifications, as provided by Malaclypse the Third only to be released upon you in this time:

 

23 total skidoo, ever. No 'pre' mine/special blocks, however the chain has already undergone its first offerings to Eris. The reward structure confirms to the Law of Fives and the 17 and 23 Enigmata and is as so:

 

If the block height is divisible by 2, the offering is rewarded with .00000001 Skidoo

If its not divisible by 2, but it is by 3, the offering is rewarded with .0000001 Skidoo

If its not divisible by 2 or 3 but ends in a 5, the offering is rewarded with .000001 Skidoo

If it doesn't conform to the Law of Fives, but is divisible by 17 or 23, the offering is .00001 Skidoo

All other blocks don't pay, yea that's right, 0. It will take nearly 400K of blocks to have 1 whole Skidoo A LIE! - See davethehat's spreadsheet in thread.

 

1/1000th of a Skidoo is a Chao, and this is the default method of divding Skidoo. Default RPC Port is 10023. The Discordian Gravity Well was directly ripped off from Kimoto and as such, the difficulty is self-regulating. Blocks take 23 confirmations to be valid and to be infuriating, there is a 5000 milliChao limit to how much you can send at once. Oh and plus a silly fee structure that could cost you as much as you'd like to send in fees payable to the Discordian network of Skidoo pushers.

 

Source, Binaries, and Decoder Ring can be found at 23skidoo.info. Skidoo is numbers/math/electricity based worship of Chaos and the Goddess Eris and can be used by Discordians (including the ODD, LDD, EDD, first and second order or of any degree) or the Syndicate in place of hempscript of flaxscript for transactions amongst themselves. Should thou choose to value Skidoo, thou taketh it upon thineself. 

 

Ewige Blumenkraft!

 

 

Website
http://23skidoo.info/

 

Block Explorer / Crawler
http://23skidoo.info/decoderring/block_crawler.php

 

Contact
Consult your Pineal Gland.

 

Exchange

https://www.cryptopi...market=CHAO_BTC

 

SPECIFICATIONS

  • SHA256D - Bitcoin 0.9x
  • 2 minute 23 seconds block targets
  • Proof of Work
  • 23 total coins
  • DiscordianGravityWell 

 

DOWNLOADS

 

Windows
https://23skidoo.info/skidoo-qt.zip

 

MAC

https://23skidoo.info/Skidoo-Mac.zip

 

Source Code
https://github.com/thegreatoldone/skidoo

 

Sample skidoo.conf

rpcuser=username
rpcpassword=password
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
rpcport=10023
port=10005
gen=0
server=1
addnode=

PORTS

  • RPC Port:  10023
  • P2P Port:  10005

 

ANN THREAD:  https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/7788-do-you-skidoo/

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The prettiest wallet ever; and the golden apples of the mining are very... shiny. I soloed a big [17/23] block (Mu! Mu!), hail Eris; but it fell out of my wallet straight away... someone beat me to it, all hail Discordia.

But shouldn't that tag read μελών not μελoν? :D

 

 

Edit: Actually I soloed a little one. A bit confusing that the abbrev for the currency (CHAO) is so similar to the name chosen for a milliSkidoo (Chao)...

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I was surprised that network hashrate's been falling on this cult-worthy coin, despite difficulty being low enough to be very wallet-mineable.

As Broketech points out, a pool would be tricky (either by accident, or by Hagbard's design, or both) because it would have to add extra decimal places for what would be considered 'dust' in a gazillioncoin. Some people are scared of coins without pools, but that's their problem ;)

Likewise, giveaways and faucets are less likely when the smallest unit to give away is a whole block's worth...

 

All of which makes the coin ideal for the lone discordian, who may wish to arm bears or set chaoist termites at the foundations.

 

Is anyone surprised by the shortage of 17s and 23s in their mining? I was. But they're less common than you'd think:

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(the above excludes zero-reward blocks, which amount to about 25% of all blocks)

 

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@Hagbard: 400k blocks = 1 Skidoo? With 2'20" blocks, my back-of-envelope sums say 400k blocks is only about 2 years; other calculations on the above rules suggest the 23rd Skidoo will be completed shortly before the year 2300 (those damn 23s get everywhere!), with each Skidoo taking 12.5 years.

 

At ~618 blocks/day, and ~0.00023 Skidoo/day, I make it 1 Skidoo = ~2.7M blocks. I'd have liked it to work out to 2.3M, but there ya go.

 

Please correct me if I've failed to not misunderstand the algorhythm:)

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I recently discovered this coin. It's a lot of fun to mine.

 

Every time you find a block mining, it blares out some techno trance music.

 

Though it is a low profile coin, it seems to be still in good shape, has connections.

 

23Skidoo is weird in a good way. Try t.

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I recently discovered this coin. It's a lot of fun to mine.

 

Every time you find a block mining, it blares out some techno trance music.

 

Though it is a low profile coin, it seems to be still in good shape, has connections.

 

23Skidoo is weird in a good way. Try t.

 

Yea, it's an interesting coin and very "under the radar".


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