It can be mined at Cryptopia's Mineshaft, which seems to be the main exchange for dime since Cryptsy closed doors.
Use rpcport: 11930; and port: 11931.
dimecoin is a straight Quark clone, although there have been no "official" updates for some time. It is bitcoin 8.2, althoughh some unofficial wallets have been made and upgraded.
The developer smashed 8% premine, which by today's standards is actually low.
After Cryptsy closed, Cryptopia has become the main exchange. It trades against litecoin (plus some minor coins like dogecoin).
64 sec Blocks, 65536 sec (18hrs & 1024 blocks) difficulty change (max. 10% up/50% down), 80 confirms, 1024 coins per block (halving every 512000 blocks): Total 460 billion coins. Superblocks: Block 1 = 1024, Block 2 = 2048, Block 3 = 3072, Block 1024 = 1048576. The coin halved a while go, so halve the rewards according to blockcount.
Cryptopia's Mineshaft is probably the easiest place unless solo mining. Connect to the dimecoin network using port 11931, and rpcport 11930 (in dimecoin.conf).
Perhaps, you can double or even quadruple your stake on dimecoin with just a 1 litoshi or 2 listoshi move in price. How much got left on Cryptsy is unknown.
Dimecoin was controlled via Singapore and South Korea for some time. Pumper and dumper Ex-Crypto may or may not have run the operation.