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Right now the smallest part of 1 CSC is named a "drop" just like in XRP.
So let´s go and give your suggestions to what you think it may be called.
Get creative fellow CSCerious investors.
 

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Never mind my previous suggestions. They where all bad :classic_tongue:

I think I have it . . .

Spin

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57 minutes ago, Zenkert said:

Never mind my previous suggestions. They where all bad :classic_tongue:

I think I have it . . .

Spin

I like 'Spin' very much

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14 hours ago, Ermac said:

Chip

I like chip as it has the connotations with casino/poker chips, but also the word `chip` itself has a meaning for being a fragment cut off something

chip
 
noun
 
  1. 1.
    a small piece of something removed in the course of chopping, cutting, or breaking a hard material such as wood or stone.
    "mulch the shrubs with cedar chips"
    synonyms: fragment, piece, bit; More

 

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My top 3

  1. Dice
  2. Chip
  3. Spin

LOL, hard to image that I would ever need to divide one CSC  :dirol:

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16 hours ago, Zenkert said:

Right now the smallest part of 1 CSC is named a "drop" just like in XRP.
So let´s go and give your suggestions to what you think it may be called.

reading this again i dont get it. if  the smallest part of 1 CSC is named a "drop" just like in XRP... then why are we trying to name something already named a drop? are you asking what half a drop would be called?

My top 3

  1. XRPto50
  2. Rey
  3. Gardyloo
Edited by XRPto50dollars
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8 minutes ago, XRPto50dollars said:

reading this again i dont get it. if  the smallest part of 1 CSC is named a "drop" just like in XRP... then why are we trying to name something already named a drop? are you asking what half a drop would be called?

My top 3

  1. XRPto50
  2. Rey
  3. Gardyloo

LOL, so while @Zenkert raised the issue to drop the drop, you suggest to drop the issue and not the drop!? :JC_thinking:

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The smallest part of CSC is called a "Schecky", named after John Caldwell's Discord username.

1,000,000 Scheckies = 1 CSC

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3 hours ago, XRPto50dollars said:

reading this again i dont get it. if  the smallest part of 1 CSC is named a "drop" just like in XRP... then why are we trying to name something already named a drop?

IMHO it is breaking free of the XRP. Why keep the name "drop" when the Coinname is CSC? It is not XRC or CRC. Renaming should be fairly easy.
Of the suggestions so far I like "Chip" the best, proposed by @Ermac and further developed, and explained why it is good, by @TheKeiron

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16 hours ago, XRPto50dollars said:

Gardyloo

ROTFL ... https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/gardyloo

You gotta admire those inventive Scottish 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿... and their strong secret ties with the French 🇫🇷are revealed ...  gardez l'eau 🚾🚱

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On 1/9/2019 at 4:05 PM, CasinoCoin said:

The smallest part of CSC is called a "Schecky", named after John Caldwell's Discord username.

1,000,000 Scheckies = 1 CSC

This is kind of catchy ....i give that idea a 👍

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1 hour ago, Daniel Keller said:

lol, watching this to see where it goes 😄

You have:
666 Likes.
333 Posts.
Right now @Daniel Keller

Surely that must mean something :classic_biggrin:
Smallest part of a CSC, is a Keller :classic_tongue:

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