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Our chat room is currently named

Ethereum

This is quite generic and I would like to change it to something more creative. Something that is both clever and somehow Ethereum-specific.

Some examples of other sites:

  • Bitcoin.SE: Mempool
  • Superuser: Root Access
  • Space: The Pod Bay

And so on. Do you have any creative idea for a new name? Post it below.

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Inspired by @arodriguezdonaire, what about:

Whisper

Whisper, to the shh communication protocol. :-)

  • Let me up vote it twice... – niksmac Apr 9 '16 at 15:02
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Make it academic, serious like. "chat" is too casual, non-serious.

ETHought

Serious subject serious discussion (although all nonsense banter is welcome of course)

:-))

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What about

{ EthCetera }
  • Uh, I like that :) – Waqar Lim Apr 14 '16 at 16:15
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"Ethereum Discussion" would be a bit more specific.

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From r/ethereum

The nEthwork

by FractalDynamics.

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I propose Chethereum ;>) more smileys to make it 30 chars `(^)'

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EtherChat seems to be obvious but it's very straightforward.

AlethChat, Whisper chat (1 vote), Decentralized chat could be other options.

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    Uh, I like Whisper pretty much. Good idea. – Waqar Lim Apr 9 '16 at 11:30
  • I'll edit the post with the number of votes of everyone who comments. :) – arodriguezdonaire Apr 9 '16 at 11:32
  • Ok, in general it would be better to have one idea per answer. To clarify: Whisper or Whisper chat? :) – Waqar Lim Apr 9 '16 at 12:05
  • Both are cool. I whould prefer whisper chat but I'd not cry if it was only called Whisper – arodriguezdonaire Apr 9 '16 at 12:33
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txpool - messages with too high a transaction nonce float around forever and ever - What happens when a transaction nonce is too high? .

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How about the "DevPool"?

There are a lot of prior references to "Dev" in Ethereum's assets e.g. DEVCON0/1/2 and the network protocol devP2P.

I also like Whisper :)

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From r/ethereum

{ EtherStack }

by Innovator256.

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I was thinking in:

{ ETHalk }

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