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Satoshi's are the only named increment of a whole Bitcoin. How about we ALSO NAME all those other increments? Here are some ridiculous names just as examples: 1.00000000 BSV is called: "A Bitcoin" .00000001 BSV is called: "A Satoshi" .00000010 BSV is called: "A Jelly Bean" .00000100 BSV is called: "A Tooth Pick " .00001000 BSV is called: " A Pluto" .00010000 BSV is called: "A Wagga Wagga" .00100000 BSV is called: "A Leaf" .01000000 BSV is called: "A London" .100000000 BSV is called: "A Sock" REASONS: The word "Gravity" apparently was invented by Isacc Newton, and thus we had a way to discus and thus decover the details of it. Imagin having names for all 8 increments of Bitcoin......this would allow any two people from different countries to talk in one naming system about values of Bitcoin directly. What we are all doing is setting our BSV wallets to our locally familiar currency so that we can "feel" and "see" the right price. If we are going to trade with each other across countries, wouldn't it be helpful to be able to use common words which are memorable and familiar? The amount of .00045000 BSV has me needing to go through a number of steps to translate it to what I understand in Aussie dollars. But saying "I'll send you four and a half Wagga Wagga's" is simpler and fun. SUGGESTION: How about we ask The Bitcoin Association to officially run a naming competion, voting system or nominations, to officially set up such names.(But not CSW as he admits that he is not good at naming things;-) MONEY: I will give 2.5 Wagga Waggas to everyone that gives full sentences as feedback, suggestions or DMs, on this post until the start of next weekend (7/8/20). @issacmorehouse@unwriter@handcash@moneybutton@centbee@joshua@csw@calvinayre @jimmywin@shadders@bitcoinappdev@kenshishido@hv_ @neokiewiet@vegardwikeby@tonicpow@river@jack@jackcliu@apagut@connor@alex@sirtoshi@bitstocks@themullenmuhr@siosism@resnick@nickynu@cosmosstag@stevepatterson@peergame@jeffchen@chblm@captinbitcoin@bitcoindevotee@volt@libs
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@unwriter -- time to set up a poll... maybe have Elon Moist on Twetch do one as well... see how responses differentiate, do a weighted average, and then take the winner for each increment and press until a formal standards committee emerges!
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bsvfan replied:
Are we going to be elected with a democratic vote by direct universal suffrage?
1.00000000 BSV is called: "Money" .00000001 BSV is called: "1 Toshi" .00000010 BSV is called: "1 Doshi" .00000100 BSV is called: "1 Soshi " .00001000 BSV is called: "1 Tashi" .00010000 BSV is called: "1 Sashi" .00100000 BSV is called: "1 Dishi" .01000000 BSV is called: "1 Boshi" .100000000 BSV is called: "1 Moshi"
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cryptonews replied:
it's simple, short and universal to pronounce 🌍
bsvfan replied:
Yeah 😎 amazing i like your idea!
oliver8008 replied:
He he, it got a good ring to it. How can we get one set of names to stick?
cryptonews replied:
i suggest BitShi
bsvfan replied:
Could Digishi be a lead?
cryptonews replied:
yes Digishi indeed it sounds as good, but BitShi is shorter and more direct what do you think?
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bsvfan replied:
Indeed sounds good and is very short easy to pronounce I say +1 I vote for your idea@cryptonews Bitshi
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cryptonews replied:
😊
Why we dont call them by their real names? satoshi digits simple as it is
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I think it is a very good idea. Here is my suggestion: 1.00000000 BSV is called: "A Bitti" .00000001 BSV is called: "A Satoshi" - Agreed .00000010 BSV is called: "A Tenni" .00000100 BSV is called: "A Centi" .00001000 BSV is called: " A Milli" .00010000 BSV is called: "A Tenni Milli" .00100000 BSV is called: "A Centi Milli" .01000000 BSV is called: "A Milli Milli" .100000000 BSV is called: "A Trilli"
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oliver8008 replied:
Mmmmmm@neokiewiet thank you. Some really new words could be helpful. But how do you think it's really needed as we scale in users and successful developments?
neokiewiet replied:
I don't think it is really needed in everyday life for the average user, because we don't really deal in fractions in the financial world other than for accuracy. My argument is that this is just for legacy purposes and that we probably need to define/name these fractions for someone at a later stage. They can't all be Satoshi's or can they?
1.00000000 BSV is called: "Bitcoin" .00000001 BSV is called: "Satoshi" .00000010 BSV is called: "Lolly" .00000100 BSV is called: "Bit" .00001000 BSV is called: "Snap" .00010000 BSV is called: "Clam" .00100000 BSV is called: "Leaf" .01000000 BSV is called: "Nak" .100000000 BSV is called: "Bulb"
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benjamin replied:
Believe that's the general consensus.
benjamin replied:
... but I like bean better than lolly. Make it so...
oliver8008 replied:
lol......see what I can do
1.00000000 BSV is called: "A Bitcoin" .00000001 BSV is called: "1 Satoshi" .00000010 BSV is called: "10 Satoshi" .00000100 BSV is called: "1 Bit or Bitoshi " .00001000 BSV is called: "1 Kilotoshi or Ktoshi" .00010000 BSV is called: "10 Ktoshi" .00100000 BSV is called: "100 Ktoshi" .01000000 BSV is called: "1 Megatoshi" .100000000 BSV is called: "10 Megatoshi" 1.98765432: "1 Bitcoin 98 Megatoshis 765 Ktoshis and 432 Satoshis"
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mateus replied:
or we could call just Satoshi, Bit, Kilo or Mega instead of Toshis ended words
oliver8008 replied:
Very interesting...... Yes perhaps having really new words would be better. I was thinking of using existing generic nouns but these suggestions may stick and be shared,,....thus be more helpful in the long term. Plus it looks more professional. My words are just silly to make the point.....But so far I like your direction better.....thanks heaps
john replied:
Wouldn't anything from 1-100 sats just be called "sats"? "bits" is also interchangeable too. 100 sats = a "bitoshi", doesn't seem to follow the rest of the system you've got there. then if you take that upwards, 0.1 BSV just becomes "10 million sats/bits". At a BSV price of $20,000, a penny USD becomes 50 sats.
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oliver8008 replied:
Mmmmmmm
mateus replied:
You are right@john. Bits are out of context.
Interesting ideas. Thanks for the laugh this morning.
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oliver8008 replied:
welcom
You will never get consensus, so yes I guess we are stuck with bloody Wagga Wagga.
thecloudgallery replied:
1.00000000 BSV is called: "A Bitcoin" - OK .00000001 BSV is called: "A Satoshi" - OK .00000010 BSV is called: "A Jelly Bean" - A Bean .00000100 BSV is called: "A Tooth Pick " - A slimjim .00001000 BSV is called: " A Pluto" - OK .00010000 BSV is called: "A Wagga Wagga" - Hmmm, OK .00100000 BSV is called: "A Leaf" - A 5 spot .01000000 BSV is called: "A London" - A 6 spot .100000000 BSV is called: "A Sock" - A Monty
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oliver8008 replied:
Wagga wagga is a lovely place!!!!!!
thecloudgallery replied:
LOL, Yeah, about 0.12 worth in value : )
oliver8008 replied:
what's a slimjim?
thecloudgallery replied:
dried meat in a thin stick shape. lol
Now we are stuck with your names!
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oliver8008 replied:
no no no. I made the names as silly as possible so that either Coingeek, or the bitcoin association could somehow co-ordinate a naming design. We can't have "a sock" as a unit of monetary value!!!!
bitcoinappdev replied:
Sock me! (It's like $24 but I bet it'll feel amazing. How'll you know unless you try socking someone?)
oliver8008 replied:
He he he
Yep great idea. But why stop there, we need to go up in value as well... 10.0 BSV = 1 Laptop 100.0 BSV = 1 Sedan 1000.0 BSV = 1 Sportscar 10000.0 BSV = 1 Yacht etc
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oliver8008 replied:
he he he yeah.....ok yes we have to think bigger also....yes yes and great names
Maybe call 0.01 BSV a Boston. I like "sock"... that's pretty nice. A "bit" has historically been the name for 100 sats... think I prefer that over "toothpick". And .001 BSV has typically been called 1 mBSV ... but "leaf" has a nice ring and it makes sense to call that amount of money by that term. Don't really care to involve the Bitcoin Association.
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oliver8008 replied:
mmmm cheers for that..... Those were just the sillyest names I could think of but not to be taken serioulsly.