Name of the token

Discussion in 'General' started by Gedke, Jun 18, 2017.

  1. Anima

    Anima Founders Staff Member

    Think mainstream adoption. Do you think people will want to say they sent an RDX to someone?

    Google, while weird, managed to get an action named after itself: to google or googling (danish: googler).

    EMU is a bit weird in that context, but it has meaning.. electronic monetary unit.. but i think its not quite right. I just don't agree that Bitcoin is BTC, Litecoin is LTC, Ethereum is ETH and this we need RDX or whatever :)
  2. Ryan.a85

    Ryan.a85 Founders Staff Member

    That's why we need a consumer name for mainstream, I guess most us aren't inclined towards anything eMu related by now. Right?
  3. Leon

    Leon Beta Testers

    I really like these two for their boldness and straight-forward claims. Additionally, GEM is very easy to pronounce and use verbally in every-day situations; in contrast to EMU etc.
  4. Pizza

    Pizza I liket the pizza nomnom

    Nobody will get the meaning of electronic monetary unit from EMU unless someone describes it to a person, whereas as i mentioned before eMoney requires no explanation and is self explanatory to average Joe.
  5. Anima

    Anima Founders Staff Member

    emoney? - hell no :)

    Let me see..


    Most currencies lend themselves to 2 syllables. Maybe we should inspire from them?
  6. trescuernos

    trescuernos Beta Testers

    EMU sounds near of Ecu, (European Currency Unit) the seed of Euro.

    GEM is a very good name in my humble opinion too.
  7. Fuserleer

    Fuserleer Radix Founder Staff Member

    Isnt there already GEM....project GetGems?
  8. Rickard

    Rickard Beta Testers

  9. Rickard

    Rickard Beta Testers

  10. Rickard

    Rickard Beta Testers

    Forget eMoney, it’s totally beyond our reach. It’s not only about the domain, but also the brand. The brand eMoney is owned by the Electronic Transaction Systems Corporation (ETS) and already in use for payment services.
  11. Pizza

    Pizza I liket the pizza nomnom

    eCoin only thing is some dumb bitcoin exchange, even just Token/ maybe Tokin . It portrays value and currency, it can become a form of payment all on it's own synonym to dollars.

    Positions pays 100,000 tokens / yr
    How many Tokens is that? 5 tokens please
  12. skywave

    skywave Founders Staff Member

    BUC Borderless Universal Currency (plural BUCs associates slightly to 'bucks')
    DUC Digital Universal Currency
    UCU Universal CUrrency
    UC Universal Currency
    UCU might be better than UC as UCUs in plural comes easy on the tongue.
    UMU Universal Monetary Unit
    WC World Currency (not good in plural)
    GC Global Currency (not good in plural)
    DI Digital International
    DIX (as suggested further up by @papicucu) is both singular and plural in pronunciation, and easy recognizable being Radix affiliated. OFC can be interpreted a bit rude too ;)
    Last edited: Jun 20, 2017
  13. dpc123

    dpc123 New Member

    If it's just the token name and urls etc aren't necessary how about something keeping with the radix theme, like :

    Core - cor
    Seed - sed
    Base - bas

    But honestly, if the token catches on for practical reasons people will come up with their own slang and call it what they want. I guess for short term, while it's competing with shitcoins this is important though.
  14. yabit

    yabit Beta Testers

    ORI - origin
    ORC - origin coin
  15. Sharky

    Sharky Founders Staff Member

    I'm actually for RAD. It doesn't matter if it's already used for some coin, as it's not very well known.

    RDX is difficult to pronounce if you don't know the project yet.

    iOS was already in use (by Cisco I think) before Apple. Did Apple care? No!
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  16. Hansen

    Hansen Founders Staff Member

    RDX is cool beacause of that phenomene:
    If you see the first and last letter and (the same number of) letters between it like in the correct word you can read it anyway. So RDX is pretty obvious connected to Radix.
    Pronounciation is not an issue when it comes to shortform. Its U. S. A. and not usa, right? BeeTeeCee for BTC, which is just used without problems.
    So my vote for RDX!
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  17. jonas452

    jonas452 Beta Testers

    If you really want that then the only solution would be Ra-Dix...

    I vote for RDX aswell
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  18. skywave

    skywave Founders Staff Member

    yeah, by letting it simmer for some hours RDX is perfect due to when spoken it is actually saying radix - so I agree with you guys.
  19. Marakanito

    Marakanito Beta Testers

    No EMU! RDX is better.
  20. a4zg

    a4zg New Member

    Does REM sound catchy? Acronym is Rapid Electronic Money but you got my vote for RDX, it's smoooooth :).

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