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Title: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on January 01, 2013, 11:46:27 AM
THE ORIGINAL CRYPTOCOIN LIST [version 5th January, 2014]


TRUE CRYPTOCURRENCIES
(Widely accepted, huge market cap)
 -BTC Bitcoin- (http://bitcoin.org/) First Succesful Crypto, The absolute number one.
 -LTC Litecoin- (http://litecoin.org/)  second only to BTC , fast. Mined on GPU(Scrypt).

BIG and IMPORTANT CRYPTO'S
(big market and important innovation)

 -PPC PEERCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=101820.0) Original Proof Of Stake hybrid coin [innovative, low energy]
 -MSC mastercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=265488.0) Adds new functions to Bitcoin, operates on a bitcoin blockchain.
 -NXT Nxt- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.0) Not a clone, 100% new code, 100% PoS .
 -NMC Namecoin- (http://namecoin.info/) Mined While mining BTC, used for alternative p2p domain system

MAJOR ALTERNATIVES
(established, significant market)


 -QRK Quark- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=260031.0) Mixed hashing, Mined on CPU's. Extremally instamined.
 -PTS ProtoShares- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=325261.0) Mined on CPU's, generates 10% premine on new relases.
 -MEC Megacoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218851.0) Well developed clone with good diff algo. 0 starting diff. GPU mined.
 -XPM PrimeCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=251850.0) mining PrimeCoin helps looking for prime numbers, instead of wasting energy. CPU-mined.
 -NVC NovaCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=143221.0)  scrypt hashing[like LTC], proof of stake [like PPC]
 -WDC Worldcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=204894.0) LTC clone. 30s blocks. 0 starting diff.
 -FTC FeatherCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178286.0) LTC clone with 4x more coins. starting diff 0
 -DVC Devcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=34586.0) merged mined with BTC, 90% of generation goes to foundation, 10% to miners
 -ZET Zetacoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=267545.0) BTC clone, ASIC-mined.
 -IFC infinitecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=225891.0) LTC clone with huge reward of 524288 and extreme fast reward drop.


NOTICEABLE ALTERNATIVES
(supported by community)

-TRC Terracoin- (http://terracoin.org/) Early BTC clone, multiple diff algo problems. seems ok now.
-DOGE Dogecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=361813.0) A joke turned into quite big market.
-ANC Anoncoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227287.0) a coin with I2P support
-DGC DigitalCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=209508.0) LTC clone. 20 sec blocks. 0 starting diff + progresive reward.
-FRC Freicoin- (http://www.freicoin.org/)  4.89% anual demurrage. for the first 3 years 80% block subsidy goes to foundation, 20% to miners.
-IXC IxCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=36218.0) merged mined with BTC, BTC clone.


OTHER ALTERNATIVES
(promising)

-CL Copperlark- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=225891.0) hashing SHA-3. CPU only. Massively premined
-CGB CryptogenicBullion- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=245086.0) 0.94% Premined NVC Clone
-MNC Mincoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=165397.0) LTC clone, started with no binaries and 25000% reward blocks. 0 starting diff
-BQC BBQCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=93437.0) forgotten , now revived and active. faster version of LTC.
-GLD Goldcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=231834.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff, 2000% superblocks at start [3.2% instamine]
-I0C I0coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=36425.0) ixcoin without the premine. died 3 times.After very long time revived again. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268228.0)
-NET NetCoin- (http://netcoinfoundation.org/) fast reward reduction clone.
-BTB BitBar- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=238608.0)  scarce, PoW + PoS. GPU mined.
-YAC YACoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=196196.0)  Your Alternative Currency. NovaCoin fork, with modified scrypt hashing
-BTE Bytecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=164569.0) the 1:1 bitcoin copy.Relaunched. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=260197.0)

THE PURGATORY
(many new clones)


-FLO Florin coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=236742.0) first coin with trasaction comments
-USC UnitedScryptCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=353688.0) first Merge-mined scrypt coin.
-BLC Blakecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=306894.0) Blake256 hashing - FPGA,CPU and GPU mining.
-TAG TagCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=317408.0) just a clone.
-Un Unobtanium- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=313126.0) Scarce sha256 Clone.
-TIX Tickets- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=297666.0) Instamined, Random reward.
-PXC PhenixCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=211165.0) LTC clone. 1'000'000 coins premine
-PyBC Coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=252152.0) An example coin to show new "Python Blockchain" Library capabilities.
-FRK Franko- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=202417.0) LTC clone. fast blocks. 0 starting diff. scarce.
-CAP Bottlecaps- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=241445.0) NVC clone, with a 0.25 diff start and quick 9 years inflation
-NBL nibble- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=216637.0) LTC clone. progresive starting reward.
-GME Gamecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=263600.0) unfinished FTC clone , killed on launch. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=202764.0) failed to revive once, (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=208747) and now finaly revived.
-CNC CHNCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=192243.0) LTC clone, announced on chinese forum first.0 starting diff
-HBN HoboNickels- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=261550.0) Fast NVC clone. Extreme, over 100% ROI. 0 starting diff.
-JKC JKC- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=202454.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff with superblocks, random superblocks.
-FST Fastcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218852.0) LTC clone. 12 sec blocks. 0 starting diff.
-KGC krugercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=246803.0)  LTC clone. 15 sec blocks. 0 starting diff.
-BTG bitgem- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=207008.0) NVC scarce clone. 0 starting diff


-ZCC ZcCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268575.0) Yacoin clone.
-FEC FreeCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268883.0) Yacoin clone.
-MemoryCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=267522.0) SHA512 + modified scrypt coin with grands.
-PHS Philosopherstone- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=263744.0) NVC Clone with random blocks and in-blockchain messages.
-AMC Americancoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219165.0) premined LTC clone with 6.5k-14k blocks giving zero reward
-SPC supercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206164.0) JunkCoin clone. 0 starting diff
-doubloons- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206361.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff
-LKY LuckyCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=214614.0) superblocks at start, random superblocks [JunkCoin clone].
-SPT Spots- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=259764.0) smallchange clone, 0 starting diff.
-MEM MEMEcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=217526.0)  premined LTC clone. 10 sec blocks. 0 starting diff superblocks.
-EZC EzCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219308.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff and superblocks
-CMC CosmosCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=245938.0) NVC fork with no fees and transaction comments
-DMD Diamond- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255806.0) Scarce NVC clone with random reward.
-ARG Argentum- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=231524.0) premined LTC clone
-StableCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227766.0)  0 starting diff, died and revived.
-SIC Sifcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=240894.0) Uses new hashing, series of SHA-3 candidates, CPU only.
-Ybc Ybcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=243046.0) YAC Clone.
-GLX Galaxycoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=252127.0) Fast NVC clone with constant reward for 8 years.
-NUG Nuggets - (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=256460.0) premined LTC clone with random superblocks and constant base reward.
-LBW Lebowskis- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=260311.0) NVC clone.
-CSC CasinoCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=258090.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff, superblocks at start.
-EGC EagleCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=260484.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff.
-ZTC ZenithCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219644.0)Freicoin based -demurrage +Scrypt. 50% tax for developer.
-ONC Onecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=200177.0) a coin that has total supply of 1, Scrypt-jane
-ELP ElephantCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=256501.0) LTC Clone with random blocks and in-blockchain messages.0.4% premined.
-GLC GlobalCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=243911.0) LTC clone
-CDC Cloudcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=256120.0) 1000000 premined NVC clone with random blocks.
-GDC Grand coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255629.0) JKC clone
-PYC Paycoin - (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268941.0) CosmosCoin clone.

-ADT AndroidsTokens- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=276884.0) just a clone.

-CPR Copper Bars- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=271919.0) just a clone.
-SAU Sauron Rings- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=273198.0) just a clone.
-PLT PlayToken- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=266521.0) just a clone.
-BOC BountyCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=271729.0) just a clone.
-SRC SecureCoin (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=270852.0) just a clone.
-TEK TEKcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=289490.0) just a clone.
-EXC Extremecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=276609.0) just a clone.
-NBCOIN- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=284007.0) just a clone.
-DPS DollarPounds- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=274194.0) just a clone.
-CRC Craftcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=250343.0) just a clone.
-KING KingCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=278834.0) just a clone.
-KED + UFC StarTrek insipred coins- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=280114.0) just a clone.
-CP2 CPU2coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=278382.0) just a clone. premined
-ASC AsicCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=292501.0) just a clone.
-MAP Maples- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=288690.0) just a clone.
-COL Colossuscoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=279601.0) just a clone.
-ITC ItalyCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=296775.0) just a clone.
-MSC Mason Coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=296277.0) 100% premined. "MSC" ticker is taken by mastercoin.
-LK7 Lucky7Coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=295157.0) Random reward and 5% RoI.
-BEC BeaoCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=300523.0) just a clone.
-PPL PeopleCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=295980.0) just a clone.
-XJO Joulecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=299308.0) just a clone.
-MMM Mavro- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=300426.0) Clone under the name of the worst coin in the history.
-SAV avingCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=285621.0) just a clone.
-SHT SHITcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=307419.0) Clone combining all bad things on purpose.
-NYM NaanaYaM- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=325902.0) just a PPC clone.
-FZ Frozen- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=366762.0)
-SEC Secondscoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=381587.0) mixed hashing clone.
-GRA Grain- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=361503.0) random reward clone.
-OSC OpenSourcecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268705.0) premined PoW+PoS clone with messages.
-EAC Earthcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=379236.0) random reward clone.

-CENT Pennies- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=269145.0) Hidden launch Yacoin clone.
-NEC Neocoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=262973.0) NVC-like, with messages. Multiple failed relaunches until finaly ok.
-JPC Jupitercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=257528.0) Scarce LTC Clone. 0 starting difficulty, 0.27% premined.
-CRM Crimecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=266387.0) A little (0.03%) premined LTC clone.
-VLC ValueCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=239666.0) 0,75% premined LTC clone
-GRW Growthcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=267019.0) Super quickly mined NVC clone, halving every 3 months + 100% RoI! Exponential inflation.
-SYC Skycoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219550.0) premined LTC clone
-SXC Sexcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218158.0) JunkCoin clone, overtaken. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=252896.0)
-RYC RoyalCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=199839.0) starting superblocks LTC clone
-DNC Dragoncoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=216653.0) smallchange clone, 0 starting diff.
-Emerald- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=235870.0) LTC clone. progresive starting reward. scarce.
-NAN NanoTokens- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=242491.0) premined LTC clone
-MST MasterCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=242406.0) premined LTC clone
-USC UScoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=215465.0) premined LTC clone
-FEC FerretCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=247208.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff.
-Noirbits- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=226903.0) LTC clone
-GIL- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255844.0) premined LTC clone with random reward.
-CDC Cloudcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=256120.0) 1000000 premined NVC clone with random blocks.
-RCH RichCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=239251.0) premined LTC clone
-XNC XenCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=237998.0) premined LTC clone
-REC RealCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227149.0) premined LTC clone
-ALF Alphacoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=230868.0) LTC clone with 1000000 premined and starting superblocks.
-RED Redcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=246693.0) 1000000 premine, random reward, transaction messages.
-One last Coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=232254.0) premined LTC clone
-ORB Orbitcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=265555.0) The most(66%) premined coin since MMMcoin . 0 starting diff.
-Quantumcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=226918.0) dead and relaunched clone


DEAD / DYING :


-TDC TradeCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=242857.0) 100% premine LTC clone experiment. Dying.
-NUC NuCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=241128.0) premined LTC clone. officially dead.
-6CN 6coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=239201.0)  LTC clone. Never really picked up.
-PWC Powercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=203505.0)] LTC clone. 30 sec blocks.  killed by 51%
-SRC sunrisecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206017.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff. Dying because of no prime node from the start.
-Icecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=232186.0) DoA, relaunched by someone else and dead again..
-HYC Hypercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218737.0)LTC clone + premine. dying of extremely low hashrate
-ELACoin- progtresive inlfation. tripple-failed launch - DOA
-LQC Liquidcoin made to be very fast at constant difficulty, dead [pool closed, exchange closed]
-SC Solidcoin - dying (10-20% fee), designed to improove IxCoin, hard to be neutral on this one, 1.0 was a premine scam, 2.0 says BTC is pyramid scheme.
-GG Geist Geld experiment on BTC algorithm, how fast can it go? just for sience.
-TBX Tenebrix interesting idea of cpu-friendly mining with scrypt, but premined with 7.7milion coins
-FBX Fairbrix- Tenebrix without the premine, bad launch,  alive but little support.
-CLC Coiledcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=56675.0) some nice ideas, but killed in 51% attack
-RUC Rucoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=48582.0) copy of bitcoin, only difference is that it was developed in russian not english. Dead, than reborn much different, not confirmed if it is the same blockchain,  both scrypt[like LTC] and sha256d , nice client !warning! not opensource ! dying again  https://www.rucoin.org/
-TimeKoin - (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=88467.0) PHP webbased coin, alive but not used or traded. http://timekoin.org/
-Beertokens- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=9493.0)abitious [impossible?] try to stabilize price against commodity.
-MMM MMMcoin - Dead coin by notorious scamer SPMavrodi, named "yes we can" "my mozem mnogoye" 30s between blocks, retarget every 1440 blocks.  10T premined and 0.01 reward, fees "shredder" feature, 51% protection. Abandoned by developers

NOT BTC ALTERNATIVE /  NEVER FULLY LAUNCHED:
(do not have bitcoin characteristics or never active )

- VSC Visacoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=384097.0) msc mastercoin clone ? Not launched yet but crowdfunding started.
-HUC HunterCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=300538.0) Coin that You can aquire by playing simple game. not launched.
-JPU J-Coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=264556.0) YAC clone? no source - not a true crypto!
-EMU Emunie- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=246463.0) Not launched yet, closed source beta only. May be a big thing - coin based on trust, not hashpower.  Thing to watch carefully!!!
eCash historical try for digital curency by David Chaum, operational but died. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DigiCash DigiCash was the company that made eCash . Possibly where Bitcoin came from.
Ripples XRP (http://ripple.com)-  , no mining - all coins available at start 80% foundation, and 20% develeopers. centralized. not designed to be a currency, but an IOU exchange. Innovative and usefull, but decided to be "not an altcoin" by altcoin community.
Amazon Coin - centralized private scrip launched by Amazon and pegged to USD, not cryptographic at all, just a name.
WEEDS (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24209.0) never realy active and now dead
Groupcoin (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24813.0) - still alive but never realy active  
Opencoin - opensource version of digicash, opencoin.org , not launched yet
RealPay (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?all=;topic=62565.0)  100% coins at start, centralized, never realy launched ,site is dead
Qubic coins are produced at the rate determined by quorum of miners, not set by developers. Never launched.
Swiftcoin company operated, centralized and pegged, not opensource http://www.firstnationalbnak.com/faq
SMC smallchange functioning blockchain, but made just for research. might be a coin if reset.
-barcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=217636.0)functioning blockchain, but made just for research.


-------------------------------------end of list------------------------------------------------------

Altcoin Exchanges:

https://www.cryptsy.com/
https://btc-e.com/
https://bter.com/
https://www.crypto-trade.com/
https://mcxnow.com/
https://vircurex.com/
https://www.coins-e.com/
https://btcltc.com/
https://coinex.pw/
http://www.btc38.com/

Mining profitability sites:

http://www.coinchoose.com/
http://www.coinwarz.com/
http://dustcoin.com/mining
http://www.wheretomine.com/
http://800996.com/btc/

Usefull comparison:

http://www.cryptocoincharts.info/
http://coinmarketcap.com/
http://cryptometer.org/
http://www.cryptmarketcap.com/

Corrections / additions are welcome.
If You find any information or categorization here hurtfull, unjust or wrong for any coin, please correct me.
 
 thx for input : FuzzyBear , Sunny King, Balthazar ,DannyM , ripper234 and others

 
mod note: thread un-stickied because it is no longer being updated, despite an assurance from OP when I messaged him about this back in March.
 


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: smoothie on January 01, 2013, 11:58:21 AM
You left out BBQcoin  :D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: FuzzyBear on January 01, 2013, 12:06:26 PM

All data has been added to the Wiki here... https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/List_of_alternative_cryptocurrencies


Alive and well:

BTC Bitcoin - http://bitcoin.org/
blocks every 10 min, 21 million coins will be available, difficulty adjustment 2016 blocks, hashing algorithm double-SHA-256 Reward 50 coins per block

NMC Namecoin - (merged mined with BTC) https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Namecoin ; https://github.com/vinced/namecoin http://namecoin.info/
blocks every 10 mins, 21 million coins will be available, difficulty adjustment ????, hashing algorithm double-SHA-256 Reward 50 coins per block

IXC Ixcoin - (merged mined with BTC) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=36701.0
blocks every 10 min, 21 million coins will be available, difficulty adjustment 2016 blocks, hashing algorithm SHA1 Reward 96 coins per block

DEV Devcoin - (merged mined with BTC) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=34586.0
blocks every 10 min, constant generation coins will be available, difficulty adjustment 2016 blocks, hashing algorithm double-SHA-256 Reward 50,000 coins per block, EXTRA 90% block subsidy goes to foundation

LTC Litecoin - http://litecoin.org/
blocks every 2.5 min, 82 million coins will be available, difficulty adjustment 2016 blocks, hashing algorithm scrypt Reward 50coins per block

PPC PPcoin - http://ppcoin.org/ ; https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=101820.0
blocks every 10 min, non-deterministic coins will be available, difficulty adjustment each block, hashing algorithm SHA-256 Reward varies on difficultycoins per block EXTRA Incorporates Proof Of Stake coin Generation

New in on the scene

TRC - Terracoin - http://terracoin.org/
blocks every 2 minutes, 42 million coins will be available, difficulty adjustment 30 blocks, hashing algorithm SHA-256 Reward 20coins per block

FRC - Freicoin - http://www.freicoin.org/ ; https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=89843.0
blocks every 10 minutes, 100 million coins will be available, difficulty adjustment 2016 blocks, hashing algorithm SHA-256 Reward ????coins per block EXTRA 4.89% anual demurrage, 80% block subsidy goes to foundation for the first 3 years (about 500 coins for each of first 161280 blocks, total 80m)

In need of Dev work on daemon, client etc but network still running

I0C I0coin - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=36425.0 ; https://github.com/kr105rlz/i0coin
LQC Liquidcoin - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=60026.0
blocks every 10 minutes, no cap as block subsidy has a minimum of 1 coin, Constant difficulty of 0.5, Coin reward drops over time

dead / dying / experimental / scam

Qubic - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=112676.0
Qubic Forum - http://qubic.boards.net
TimieKoin - Still alive - http://timekoin.org/ - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=88467.0
BBQ BBQCoin - killed in 51% - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=93437.0
SC Solidcoin - scam? - https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/SolidCoin ; http://solidcoin.info/
GG Geist Geld - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=42417.0 ; https://github.com/Lolcust/GeistGeld
TBX Tenebrix - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=45667.0 ; https://github.com/Lolcust/Tenebrix
FBX Fairbrix - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=46528.0 ; https://github.com/coblee/Fairbrix
CLC Coiledcoin - killed in 51% attack ; https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=56675.0
RUC Rucoin - https://www.rucoin.org/ ; https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=48582.0
MMM MMMcoin - dead

If this has been useful then donations greatly appreciated:

BTC: 1FvMYwtkrQakoL8Zq1GjfKqTkm2a7TKt6N
LTC: LbMPUzwPRkWa5hCJGrEiRCeoYExY6Ujt1D
LQC: vbJVpeF82Ezd3Dx8ubWeiFeEguFwPctzJL
I0C: jU8MuSJcw7XmauyddGFSoo5HzEAPgjxfsz
IXC: xhUfkeNiVGaWFkEcuv8tTUGHX6PLt9dZ94
DEV: 1JfbPx4nSGFxfzhTK1h3gHbp1E1BkFbwFW
PPC: PDtcFPhMa9Hc9zTfoRG7zcURCRpcpRdMym
TRC: 1FzdruHpffAeW2ZBctDLwR8P4APVpATu2j
FRC: 1BADxscUvT42SFXZwXgxEfWVDHkV1QPTEj
NMC: N7q9zg9h4Scfx6R25RTL8LdGxCBQbgq8wz

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You left out BBQcoin  :D
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Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: Bowjob on January 01, 2013, 12:19:03 PM
Good list. If you could put some info what differentiates each coin, that would be more helpful.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: FuzzyBear on January 01, 2013, 12:20:09 PM
Ok so here my edits:
Last Edit:   January 08, 2013 at 18:40:18 PM

All data has been added to the Wiki here... https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/List_of_alternative_cryptocurrencies (https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/List_of_alternative_cryptocurrencies)


Alive and well:

BTC Bitcoin - http://bitcoin.org/
blocks every 10 min, 21 million coins will be available, difficulty adjustment 2016 blocks, hashing algorithm double-SHA-256 Reward 50 coins per block

NMC Namecoin - (merged mined with BTC) https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Namecoin ; https://github.com/vinced/namecoin http://namecoin.info/
blocks every ???, ???? coins will be available, difficulty adjustment ????, hashing algorithm double-SHA-256 Reward 50 coins per block

IXC Ixcoin - (merged mined with BTC) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=36701.0
blocks every 10 min, 21 million coins will be available, difficulty adjustment 2016 blocks, hashing algorithm SHA1 Reward 96 coins per block

DEV Devcoin - (merged mined with BTC) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=34586.0
blocks every 10 min, constant generation coins will be available, difficulty adjustment 2016 blocks, hashing algorithm double-SHA-256 Reward 50,000 coins per block, EXTRA 90% block subsidy goes to foundation

LTC Litecoin - http://litecoin.org/
blocks every 2.5 min, 82 million coins will be available, difficulty adjustment 2016 blocks, hashing algorithm scrypt Reward 50coins per block

PPC PPcoin - http://ppcoin.org/ ; https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=101820.0
blocks every 10 min, non-deterministic coins will be available, difficulty adjustment each block, hashing algorithm SHA-256 Reward varies on difficultycoins per block EXTRA Incorporates Proof Of Stake coin Generation

New in on the scene

TRC - Terracoin - http://terracoin.org/
blocks every 2 minutes, 42 million coins will be available, difficulty adjustment 30 blocks, hashing algorithm SHA-256 Reward 20coins per block

FRC - Freicoin - http://www.freicoin.org/ ; https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=89843.0
blocks every 10 minutes, 100 million coins will be available, difficulty adjustment 2016 blocks, hashing algorithm SHA-256 Reward ????coins per block EXTRA 4.89% anual demurrage, 80% block subsidy goes to foundation for the first 3 years (about 500 coins for each of first 161280 blocks, total 80m)

In need of Dev work on daemon, client etc but network still running

I0C I0coin - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=36425.0 ; https://github.com/kr105rlz/i0coin
LQC Liquidcoin - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=60026.0
blocks every 10 minutes, no cap as block subsidy has a minimum of 1 coin, Constant difficulty of 0.5, Coin reward drops over time

dead / dying / experimental / scam

Qubic - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=112676.0
Qubic Forum - http://qubic.boards.net
TimieKoin - Still alive - http://timekoin.org/ - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=88467.0
BBQ BBQCoin - killed in 51% - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=93437.0
SC Solidcoin - scam? - https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/SolidCoin ; http://solidcoin.info/
GG Geist Geld - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=42417.0 ; https://github.com/Lolcust/GeistGeld
TBX Tenebrix - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=45667.0 ; https://github.com/Lolcust/Tenebrix
FBX Fairbrix - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=46528.0 ; https://github.com/coblee/Fairbrix
CLC Coiledcoin - killed in 51% attack ; https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=56675.0
RUC Rucoin - https://www.rucoin.org/ ; https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=48582.0
MMM MMMcoin - dead

If this has been useful then donations greatly appreciated:

BTC: 1FvMYwtkrQakoL8Zq1GjfKqTkm2a7TKt6N
LTC: LbMPUzwPRkWa5hCJGrEiRCeoYExY6Ujt1D
LQC: vbJVpeF82Ezd3Dx8ubWeiFeEguFwPctzJL
I0C: jU8MuSJcw7XmauyddGFSoo5HzEAPgjxfsz
IXC: xhUfkeNiVGaWFkEcuv8tTUGHX6PLt9dZ94
DEV: 1JfbPx4nSGFxfzhTK1h3gHbp1E1BkFbwFW
PPC: PDtcFPhMa9Hc9zTfoRG7zcURCRpcpRdMym
TRC: 1FzdruHpffAeW2ZBctDLwR8P4APVpATu2j
FRC: 1BADxscUvT42SFXZwXgxEfWVDHkV1QPTEj
NMC: N7q9zg9h4Scfx6R25RTL8LdGxCBQbgq8wz


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: Revalin on January 01, 2013, 12:21:00 PM
DigiCash.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: xorxor on January 01, 2013, 12:42:03 PM
Good list. If you could put some info what differentiates each coin, that would be more helpful.


well, i had one line info for everyone, but decided to delete it - to much controversy, there are coin-talibans, supporters , neutrals, sceptics, haters and smoothie. if I add info there would be a firestorm.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: Bowjob on January 01, 2013, 12:49:10 PM
Nah, I meant like this

LiteCoin blocks every 2.5 min 82 million coins will be available
Freicoin, blocks ever 10 min, 100m coins will be available 80% coins pre mined that sits in a foundation acccount, 5% demmurage fee


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: xorxor on January 01, 2013, 12:52:53 PM
Nah, I meant like this

LiteCoin blocks every 2.5 min 82 million coins will be available
Freicoin, blocks ever 10 min, 100m coins will be available 80% coins pre mined that sits in a foundation acccount, 5% demmurage fee

oh..  this would be ok. maybe You can make that info and I'll add it.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: idev on January 01, 2013, 01:17:36 PM
Qubic - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=112676.0
Qubic Forum - http://qubic.boards.net


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: bitcool on January 01, 2013, 02:30:37 PM
This proves there's  a need for a [common] colored  coin  client.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: FuzzyBear on January 01, 2013, 02:44:27 PM
i updated my list and added what i could find on the list i was compiling, feel free to add in missing values etc make changes


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: Sunny King on January 01, 2013, 06:53:43 PM
Wow good job xorxor and FuzzyBear. Here is some minor corrections to Fuzzy's data:

ixc cap likely not 21m as block subsidy starts at 96 coin.
lqc has no cap as block subsidy has a minimum of 1 coin.
unlike dev/lqc, ppc total money supply is better described as non-deterministic rather than no-cap.
frc cap is 100m.

dvc: 90% block subsidy goes to foundation
frc: 80% block subsidy goes to foundation for the first 3 years (about 500 coins for each of first 161280 blocks, total 80m)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: FuzzyBear on January 01, 2013, 07:34:56 PM
Ty SunnyKing :) I have included ur edits other than the ixcoin which acording to this link https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=36218.0 says that:
"Ixcoin is a fork of Bitcoin with twice the inflation rate of 96 Ixcoins per block and the same 21 million total limit"


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: Sunny King on January 01, 2013, 10:29:47 PM
Ty SunnyKing :) I have included ur edits other than the ixcoin which acording to this link https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=36218.0 says that:
"Ixcoin is a fork of Bitcoin with twice the inflation rate of 96 Ixcoins per block and the same 21 million total limit"

Ah you are right I missed it. Ixcoin completely stops block subsidy by 2015 and only sustains mining via transaction fees. That's why the list of summary is very helpful  :)

LOL at your eight different altcoin wallets, I thought you were one of those collectors and I was right ;) Time to get a NMC wallet and then you have reasonably completed the active set ;)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: nethead on January 01, 2013, 11:03:54 PM
Thanx for the list op, +1
i was wondering some time


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: xorxor on January 01, 2013, 11:48:02 PM
ok, I knew I was not the only one looking for such a list.

i want to keep it informational, no my or anyone else opnion, so i need help to determine controversial topics:

1. should I move ixcoin to "alive and well" ?   in my opinion it's premined coin left by supporters & pools , but I can see advanced users like FuzzyBear wishing it there. was it merged-mined from the begining?

2. made a  oneliner info for every single one, need comments/corrections/improovement on that before I'll include them in first post :


-BTC Bitcoin -  first, strongest, most accepted, most mined, biggest market, stable value
 blocks every 10 min, 21 million coins will be available, difficulty adjustment 2016 blocks, hashing algorithm double-SHA-256 Reward 50 coins per block
-LTC Litecoin -  second only to BTC in numbers of places accepted and market volume, faster than BTC, CPU friendly, GPU - unfriendly , ASIC - proof
 blocks every 2.5 min, 82 million coins will be available, difficulty adjustment 2016 blocks, hashing algorithm scrypt  Reward 50coins per block
-NMC Namecoin (merged mined with BTC) used for alternative p2p domain system
 hashing algorithm double-SHA-256 Reward 50 coins per block
-PPC PPcoin  Incorporates Proof Of Stake coin Generation, compatibile with BTC miners
 blocks every 10 min, non-deterministic coin supply, difficulty adjustment each block, hashing algorithm SHA-256 Reward varies on difficultycoins per block
-DVC Devcoin (merged mined with BTC) 90% of generation goes to foundation, 10% to miners
 blocks every 10 min, constant generation coins will be available, difficulty adjustment 2016 blocks, hashing algorithm double-SHA-256 Reward 50,000 coins per block
-TRC - Terracoin based on BTC, some adjustments
 blocks every 2 minutes, 42 million coins will be available, difficulty adjustment 30 blocks, hashing algorithm SHA-256 Reward 20coins per block
-FRC - Freicoin  - 4.89% anual demurrage. for the first 3 years 80% block subsidy goes to foundation, 20% to miners
 10 minutes block, difficulty retargeting every 2016 blocks
-IXC IxCoin (merged mined with BTC) deveoper premined 580k coins , still alive
 blocks every 10 min, 21 million coins will be available, difficulty adjustment 2016 blocks, hashing algorithm SHA1 Reward 96 coins per block
-Qubic - coins are produced at the rate determined by quorum of miners, not set by developers.
-LQC Liquidcoin made to be very fast at constant difficulty, dead [pool closed, exchange closed]
 blocks every 10 minutes, no cap on coin supply, Constant difficulty of 0.5, Coin reward drops over time to a minimum of 1 coin
-SC Solidcoin - dying [10-20% fee], designed to improove IxCoin, hard to be neutral on this one, 1.0 was a premine scam, 2.0 says BTC is pyramid scheme, correct me if I'm wrong
-GG Geist Geld experiment on BTC algorithm, how fast can it go? just for sience.
-TBX Tenebrix great idea of cpu-friendly mining with scrypt, but premined with 7.7milion coins - alive but little support due to premining
-FBX Fairbrix - Tenebrix without the premine, bad launch,  alive but little support.
-I0C I0coin - ixcoin without the premine. Dead
-CLC Coiledcoin - some nice ideas, but killed in 51% attack
-RUC Rucoin - copy of bitcoin, only difference is that is developed in russian not english.
-TimeKoin - couldn't find a decent comparison to BTC
-BBQ BBQCoin - killed in 51% attack on launch, coin was a joke?
-MMM MMMcoin - dead. couldn't find anything


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: ripper234 on January 02, 2013, 12:50:13 AM
Thanks.

How about you guys put some of these in the wiki (https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Category:Alternative_cryptocurrencies)?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: xorxor on January 02, 2013, 12:54:04 AM
Thanks.

How about you guys put some of these in the wiki (https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Category:Alternative_cryptocurrencies)?


good idea, but first let us tweak and tune this information here, before making it "official"


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: ripper234 on January 02, 2013, 12:55:23 AM
ok, I knew I was not the only one looking for such a list.

i want to keep it informational, no my or anyone else opnion, so i need help to determine controversial topics:

1. should I move ixcoin to "alive and well" ?   in my opinion it's premined coin left by supporters , but I can see advanced users like FuzzyBear wishing it there.

2. made a  oneliner info for every single one, need comments/corrections/improovement on that before I'll include them in first post :


<Huge list of coins & data cut for brevity>

Thanks, this will be very useful for my upcoming talk about alts (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=133785.0) (Israel/Hebrew).


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: ripper234 on January 02, 2013, 12:56:22 AM
Thanks.

How about you guys put some of these in the wiki (https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Category:Alternative_cryptocurrencies)?


good idea, but first let us tweak and tune this information here, before making it "official"


A publicly editable wiki is never official.
My approach is to just go ahead and edit the wiki ... you can always edit later & improve.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: jtimon on January 02, 2013, 02:02:55 PM
I've changed the wiki so that it links to the main page (http://freico.in/) instead of the forum (http://www.freicoin.org/).


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: ripper234 on January 02, 2013, 02:10:53 PM
I've changed the wiki so that it links to the main page (http://freico.in/) instead of the forum (http://www.freicoin.org/).


Cool. How come freicoin.org is the forum and not the main page?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: jtimon on January 02, 2013, 03:00:23 PM
I've changed the wiki so that it links to the main page (http://freico.in/) instead of the forum (http://www.freicoin.org/).


Cool. How come freicoin.org is the forum and not the main page?

Well...first there was only the forum and I bought that domain. Mark (maaku) bought freico.in. We could have changed the domains later, but I think we're going to reserve freicoin.org to the foundation and put the forum on freico.in/forum or something like that.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: xorxor on January 02, 2013, 07:04:10 PM
All day without protest to my descriptions, so I put them in first post with little upgrade and reorganization.

lets give it another day for people to check for errors, and it can go to wiki.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: ripper234 on January 02, 2013, 09:55:08 PM
All day without protest to my descriptions, so I put them in first post with little upgrade and reorganization.

lets give it another day for people to check for errors, and it can go to wiki.

Cool.

When it goes to wiki, you might want to consider splitting some of the information to the existing articles about some of the alts.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: tiker on January 03, 2013, 03:53:01 AM
I didn't see bitchips on the list...  http://bitchip.org/


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: xorxor on January 03, 2013, 04:33:42 AM
I didn't see bitchips on the list...  http://bitchip.org/

cant find a single mention of it anywhere,and the page is in latin or smth that google translator cant handle.
would love to add it, but add what? just name?

/edit

ok, after more  research found some documentation, but it was a straight copy from bitcoin, not even bicoin name replaced with bitchip. I will ignore this one.

if You realy want it in the list, please provide any evidence that it actualy existed.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: dust on January 03, 2013, 05:41:51 AM
-LTC Litecoin -  second only to BTC in numbers of places accepted and market volume, faster than BTC, CPU friendly, GPU - unfriendly , ASIC - proof
I wouldn't call a coin that is unprofitable to CPU mine at most electricity rates "CPU friendly, GPU - unfriendly".  The CPU friendliness was certainly important historically, but is no longer relevant today.

"Smaller efficiency gap between GPUs and CPUs" would be more accurate.  If anything, LTC is "botnet friendly".

LTC is not ASIC proof.  Any task computed with general purpose hardware could be done more efficiently with special purpose hardware.  If LTC mining was big enough, there would be ASICs in development.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: smoothie on January 03, 2013, 06:07:12 AM
-LTC Litecoin -  second only to BTC in numbers of places accepted and market volume, faster than BTC, CPU friendly, GPU - unfriendly , ASIC - proof
I wouldn't call a coin that is unprofitable to CPU mine at most electricity rates "CPU friendly, GPU - unfriendly".  The CPU friendliness was certainly important historically, but is no longer relevant today.

"Smaller efficiency gap between GPUs and CPUs" would be more accurate.  If anything, LTC is "botnet friendly".

LTC is not ASIC proof.  Any task computed with general purpose hardware could be done more efficiently with special purpose hardware.  If LTC mining was big enough, there would be ASICs in development.

Yes likely when litecoin market cap is about $100million AT LEAST.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: xorxor on January 03, 2013, 06:33:29 AM
-LTC Litecoin -  second only to BTC in numbers of places accepted and market volume, faster than BTC, CPU friendly, GPU - unfriendly , ASIC - proof
I wouldn't call a coin that is unprofitable to CPU mine at most electricity rates "CPU friendly, GPU - unfriendly".  The CPU friendliness was certainly important historically, but is no longer relevant today.

"Smaller efficiency gap between GPUs and CPUs" would be more accurate.  If anything, LTC is "botnet friendly".

LTC is not ASIC proof.  Any task computed with general purpose hardware could be done more efficiently with special purpose hardware.  If LTC mining was big enough, there would be ASICs in development.

you are 100% right.

but understand me, I'm trying to make a one line description, not something like that:
second only to BTC in numbers of places accepted and market volume, faster than BTC, CPU friendly by design but not anymore due to GPU mining arrived more electicity efficient , GPU - unfriendly at the begining but now gpu mined , ASIC - proof right now , but maybe in the future become so big in market volume that asics development will be possible.

"Smaller efficiency gap between GPUs and CPUs"  - i like that, editing the list. sadly had to shorten other parts to keep it one-liner but I realy want description to be satifying for most, not to reflect only my point of view.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: jtimon on January 03, 2013, 09:15:38 AM
I didn't see bitchips on the list...  http://bitchip.org/

cant find a single mention of it anywhere,and the page is in latin or smth that google translator cant handle.
would love to add it, but add what? just name?

The latin doesn't talk about the project, that's just dummy text: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lorem_ipsum


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: xorxor on January 03, 2013, 10:47:19 AM
I didn't see bitchips on the list...  http://bitchip.org/

cant find a single mention of it anywhere,and the page is in latin or smth that google translator cant handle.
would love to add it, but add what? just name?

The latin doesn't talk about the project, that's just dummy text: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lorem_ipsum



That's just another evidence that it never even started.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: bushstar on January 03, 2013, 12:59:09 PM
How about...

ecash - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ecash


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: FuzzyBear on January 03, 2013, 01:02:32 PM
re E-cash.... sigh we may well start something that cannot be complete as what about swagbucks too.... i think the idea would be to list all btc forks or blockchain related currencies right ?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: ripper234 on January 03, 2013, 01:03:17 PM
re E-cash.... sigh we may well start something that cannot be complete as what about swagbucks too.... i think the idea would be to list all btc forks or blockchain related currencies right ?

Yeah, that's more on topic.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: bushstar on January 03, 2013, 01:21:16 PM
re E-cash.... sigh we may well start something that cannot be complete as what about swagbucks too.... i think the idea would be to list all btc forks or blockchain related currencies right ?

Perhaps if we could look at ecash we'd realise that Bitcoin is an ecash fork :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: FuzzyBear on January 03, 2013, 01:29:02 PM
re E-cash.... sigh we may well start something that cannot be complete as what about swagbucks too.... i think the idea would be to list all btc forks or blockchain related currencies right ?

Perhaps if we could look at ecash we'd realise that Bitcoin is an ecash fork :)
meh more of a spork i would say rather than a fork... think BTC took things a bit further... but that just my initial reading and understanding of Ecash


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: xorxor on January 03, 2013, 05:29:32 PM
e-cash and e-money are part of / continuation of    digicash, so it's allready on the list. still bankrupted.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: DannyM on January 03, 2013, 05:40:56 PM
Beertokens - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=9493.0

WEEDS - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24209.msg300830#msg300830

Groupcoin - (still active) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24813.0

Ripples (XRP) - ripple.com

Also ask markm which of his OT galactic mileiu currencies started out as actual blockchains, several did, but he stopped thenm due to low hash power.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: Balthazar on January 05, 2013, 02:49:24 AM
-MMM MMMcoin - dead. couldn't find anything
30s between blocks, retarget every 1440 blocks. 0.01 coin block reward, transaction fees "shredder" feature, 51% protection like solidcoin2 (but in more democratic way). Project was abandoned by developers and network stopped generation of new blocks ~ two months later.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: xorxor on January 05, 2013, 08:35:32 AM
-MMM MMMcoin - dead. couldn't find anything
30s between blocks, retarget every 1440 blocks. 0.01 coin block reward, transaction fees "shredder" feature, 51% protection like solidcoin2 (but in more democratic way). Project was abandoned by developers and network stopped generation of new blocks ~ two months later.

thank you.

info shortened and added.

if You have so much knowlege of this coin, can You tell me if that is correct:

>> ukrainian coin by SPMavrodi, named "yes we can" "my mozem mnogoye" <<


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: xorxor on January 05, 2013, 09:13:35 AM
Beertokens - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=9493.0

WEEDS - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24209.msg300830#msg300830

Groupcoin - (still active) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24813.0

Ripples (XRP) - ripple.com

Also ask markm which of his OT galactic mileiu currencies started out as actual blockchains, several did, but he stopped thenm due to low hash power.


done some research and that is what i found so far:

beertokens - abitious [impossible?] try to stabilize price against commodity, never realy fully started
weeds - also never really started
groupcoin - also never started at full scale
ripple.com - also just in beta phase.

I'm not going to include concepts, ideas, etc - cause list would be HUGE anf full of unimportant spam.

if someone has a lot of knowledge about theese , and can correct my findings, I will be happy to apply changes and add them to the list.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: ripper234 on January 05, 2013, 09:30:16 AM
Thanks for all the hard work, I took it and imported it to the wiki.

Please change the to a link the this article (https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/List_of_alternative_cryptocurrencies).

Please continue editing on the wiki. If anyone knows the market caps of the alts, please fill it in.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: Endgame on January 05, 2013, 09:40:10 AM
Excellent list. Mods can we get this thread stickied? It is the most useful thread I have seen in the alt crypto subforum in a long time.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: ripper234 on January 05, 2013, 09:44:30 AM
Excellent list. Mods can we get this thread stickied? It is the most useful thread I have seen in the alt crypto subforum in a long time.

Great idea, mod pmed.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: jtimon on January 05, 2013, 11:32:29 AM
I would say beertokens/weeds (I thought it was like some testing for beertokens)/groupcoin were historically important because they were the first ones with mutlicoin and all that. Of course, we cannot include all proposals because there are so many, but I would say these deserve a mention, at least on the dead section.
By the way, I0coin is not new, he was launched after IXcoin.



Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: xorxor on January 05, 2013, 11:50:23 AM
I would say beertokens/weeds (I thought it was like some testing for beertokens)/groupcoin were historically important because they were the first ones with mutlicoin and all that. Of course, we cannot include all proposals because there are so many, but I would say these deserve a mention, at least on the dead section.
By the way, I0coin is not new, he was launched after IXcoin.




I agree beertoken could be a milestone, but for now nobody confirmed it was working for a least few weaks and if it is still alive, or why is it dead. without that information I don'd think I can determine it was an actual cryptocurrency.

I never did put I0coin as new, wiki page entry and all differences made to my list was done by ripper234 so you should PM him or edit wiki.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: ripper234 on January 05, 2013, 12:12:46 PM
I agree beertoken could be a milestone, but for now nobody confirmed it was working for a least few weaks and if it is still alive, or why is it dead. without that information I don'd think I can determine it was an actual cryptocurrency.

I never did put I0coin as new, wiki page entry and all differences made to my list was done by ripper234 so you should PM him or edit wiki.


Perhaps it was an error in my copy-paste, it took some work to wikify it.
I moved all of the coins from New to Minor. I'd consider a coin New if it was first discussed less than 2-3 months ago.
(AFAIK there's no such coins, if there are please add/move to New).

I'd like to cleanup the Minor part and move a lot of stuff from there to the Dead part.
Do you guys know which of the Minor coins can be considered Dead?

I know that Bitcoin, Namecoin, Litecoin, PPCoin aren't dead. Any others?



Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: xorxor on January 05, 2013, 12:30:58 PM
@ ripper234

now You see why i didn't wanted it gone to wiki just yet? there is a lot of tuning left to do.
I don't think we should tune two list's at the same time, maybe in this topic we should focus on the first post list, not the wiki entry, and than You can use the data from here for wiki. If you would like to propose other categorization, make your arguments. if other's say You are right I'll change it. right now i still think terracoin and freicoin are kind off in the middle of bearing process beacause You definitely can't say they are well established, and also it is to early to say they are dying. anyway list will be dynamic, and even if we move those to from "new on the scene" category now, the category it self will be needed in near future. We can go back to the original "bearing / rising" name although. or make a new name, like "new / minor / bearing " .


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: ripper234 on January 05, 2013, 12:39:38 PM
@ ripper234

now You see why i didn't wanted it gone to wiki just yet? there is a lot of tuning left to do.
I don't think we should tune two list's at the same time, maybe in this topic we should focus on the first post list, not the wiki entry, and than You can use the data from here for wiki. If you would like to propose other categorization, make your arguments. if other's say You are right I'll change it.

No, I don't.
The tuning process is ongoing, and should continue in the wiki, that allows collaboration, and not just dictation by one individual.

I agree we shouldn't tune two lists at the same time.
Why don't you want to edit the wiki as well yourself?

right now i still think terracoin and freicoin are kind off in the middle of bearing process beacause You definitely can't say they are well established, and also it is to early to say they are dying. anyway list will be dynamic, and even if we move those to from "new on the scene" category now, the category it self will be needed in near future. We can go back to the original "bearing / rising" name although. or make a new name, like "new / minor / bearing " .

What is "bearing"? As in "value dropping"?

I'm sorry, I don't understand your English (division into paragraphs would help).
I left the New category open for any newcomers. I'm open to other ideas, not trying to dictate anything.
The criteria I suggest for New is any coin whose design is at least 2-3 months old.
Do you agree or disagree to this criteria?
If you disagree, please provide an alternative criteria.

I don't think too much categorization is necessary at this point. Don't you like the:
1. Major
2. Minor
3. New
4. Dead/Dying?

I don't want to have to edit the wiki each wiki when a currency turns from bearish to bullish to bearish, but rather focus on long-term trends. I you think a 5th section is needed we can do that, but I'm not in favor.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: ripper234 on January 05, 2013, 05:08:20 PM
Alright, now the thread has been stickied.

xorxor, I am asking again: Please edit the original post you made and at least include a link to the wiki in a top, visible part of the post.
I would prefer replacing the entire content of the first post with just a link to the wiki, to remove confusion.

I asked before - are you opposed to having the wiki as the one, canonical place for such a list? If so, why?
Why not just go edit it instead of editing your list on this thread?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: Balthazar on January 05, 2013, 06:18:45 PM
-MMM MMMcoin - dead. couldn't find anything
30s between blocks, retarget every 1440 blocks. 0.01 coin block reward, transaction fees "shredder" feature, 51% protection like solidcoin2 (but in more democratic way). Project was abandoned by developers and network stopped generation of new blocks ~ two months later.

thank you.

info shortened and added.

if You have so much knowlege of this coin, can You tell me if that is correct:

>> ukrainian coin by SPMavrodi, named "yes we can" "my mozem mnogoye" <<
It's correct, but he's not ukrainian.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sergei_Mavrodi


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: DannyM on January 05, 2013, 08:24:30 PM
I agree beertoken could be a milestone, but for now nobody confirmed it was working for a least few weaks and if it is still alive, or why is it dead. without that information I don'd think I can determine it was an actual cryptocurrency.


Not could, it was seeing beertokens (well multicoin) that made "Nasakioto" see how easy it would be to change a few lines and create ixcoins. Too bad he didn't quite understand what he was doing, and his attempt to increase the subsidy generation rate actually doubled the total subsidy at the same rate until patched.

Umm beertokens had an exchange that worked, miners, I can get you an old copy of the blockchain if you like, what would make it not "an actual cryptocurrency"? Same for weeds. Also groupcoin is still going at low difficulty.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: Vitalicus on January 07, 2013, 12:38:50 AM
Tell me please >>
How many Gb on HDD I will need for BTC, LTC and PPC wallets ?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: Liquid on January 07, 2013, 02:12:41 AM
id say 20GB to be safe


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: Vitalicus on January 07, 2013, 02:36:10 AM
Installed:
BTC - 5.62 Gb
LTC  - 1.03 Gb
PPC - 114 Mb


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: ripper234 on January 07, 2013, 05:14:49 AM
Alright, now the thread has been stickied.

xorxor, I am asking again: Please edit the original post you made and at least include a link to the wiki in a top, visible part of the post.
I would prefer replacing the entire content of the first post with just a link to the wiki, to remove confusion.

I asked before - are you opposed to having the wiki as the one, canonical place for such a list? If so, why?
Why not just go edit it instead of editing your list on this thread?

xorxor: Are you deliberately ignoring me, or just didn't have time to reply.
The thread is stickied, after I requested it - it's not Yet Another Thread.

Please do the edits I asked for, or explain why you think they're not a good idea.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: bushstar on January 08, 2013, 12:01:03 PM
I said it before, this list either needs to add ecash or remove digicash. They are both the children of David Chaum and is possibly where Bitcoin came from.

ecash
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ecash

DigiCash
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digicash


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: jtimon on January 08, 2013, 12:33:41 PM
I would probably remove them both. Chaumian "cash" is similar to open transactions untraceable "cash", which is for backed currencies and, in that sense, not cash but credit in my opinion.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: FuzzyBear on January 08, 2013, 07:09:33 PM
Alright, now the thread has been stickied.

xorxor, I am asking again: Please edit the original post you made and at least include a link to the wiki in a top, visible part of the post.
I would prefer replacing the entire content of the first post with just a link to the wiki, to remove confusion.

I asked before - are you opposed to having the wiki as the one, canonical place for such a list? If so, why?
Why not just go edit it instead of editing your list on this thread?

xorxor: Are you deliberately ignoring me, or just didn't have time to reply.
The thread is stickied, after I requested it - it's not Yet Another Thread.

Please do the edits I asked for, or explain why you think they're not a good idea.


I know it not what u after as I am not the first post.. but i agree with you in the the first post should be just a link to the wiki... maybe he can keep his list... but make the wiki link big and bold i say... I have added the wiki link to my post with my research on alt coins :) its a start :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: xorxor on January 09, 2013, 04:12:47 AM
according to sugestions :

removed
" -DigiCash - historical try for digital curency, failed."

added
-Beertokens -abitious [impossible?] try to stabilize price against commodity.

changed categories.



ripper234:

I'm not ignoring You, and I'm not opposed to wiki, just started here and I do finish what I started. Not enough time to edit another place though. also your wiki entry is very buggy.

bearing as being in the process of being born, removed - no confusion anymore.
of course seting bear/bull market would have to be updated almost daily, also we'd have to set some timeframe. never intended to do this.

i like the :

1. Major
2. Minor
3. New
4. Dead/Dying

categorization, wanted to make it as simple as possible but this is good.

Just 2-3 month's old is not what I would set as criteria of being "new".
I was thinking it can go to other category when simply starting hype fades, a stable value and substantial volume is established, or when it starts to fade and goes dying.

I think FRC and TRC is still new, beacause there is no set value, no market and no exchange. [ok ,there is exchange but just a platform, no traders - huge spread and no volume]


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: Liquid on January 09, 2013, 06:52:03 AM
With all these crytocurrencies is there one that could make us all rich ?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: ripper234 on January 09, 2013, 06:53:44 AM
With all these crytocurrencies is there one that could make us all rich ?

Yeah, Bitcoin.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: Liquid on January 09, 2013, 12:19:20 PM
With all these crytocurrencies is there one that could make us all rich ?

Yeah, Bitcoin.

Well yeah but you have to mine it which costs money in electricity or buy it with fiat currency

What i mean is there should be a cryto (Freecoin) that pays you each month until you hit 500,000 coins then it stops paying you, all you need is a wallet and internet connection  :D

50 Billion coins for the world

The early adopters (us the bitcoin people reap all the benefits)

Once it pays 100,000 people it stops paying, thus the value of the coin goes up  :D

late adopters to the freecoin game will have to pay with there fiat money or trade for other coins to get it

lol i dont know just saying the people who are in the game now could all be rewarded  :D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: ripper234 on January 09, 2013, 12:22:26 PM
With all these crytocurrencies is there one that could make us all rich ?

Yeah, Bitcoin.

Well yeah but you have to mine it which costs money in electricity or buy it with fiat currency

What i mean is there should be a cryto (Freecoin) that pays you each month until you hit 500,000 coins then it stops paying you, all you need is a wallet and internet connection  :D

The early adopters (us the bitcoin people reap all the benefits)

Once it pays 100,000 people it stops paying, thus the value of the coin goes up  :D

late adopters to the freecoin game will have to pay with there fiat money or trade for other coins to get it

lol i dont know just saying the people who are in the game now could all be rewarded  :D

It's posts like these that make FAQ - Bitcoin is not a Ponzi (https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/FAQ#Is_Bitcoin_a_Ponzi_scheme.3F) necessary.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: Liquid on January 09, 2013, 12:24:09 PM
So you saying it has to have risk to work ?

I think people who support Bitcoin and other cryto should be rewarded ..

But thats Bitcoin not freecoin  :P

what if you could design the system so everyone gets 500,000 Coins  ;)

but then it would be to common and if you could get free coins they would be useless  :(


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: ripper234 on January 09, 2013, 12:30:02 PM
So you saying it has to have risk to work ?

I think people who support Bitcoin and other cryto should be rewarded ..

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/There_ain't_no_such_thing_as_a_free_lunch

"Support Bitcoin" is hot air.
If you support it, invest in it.

If you can't because you don't have enough money ... I feel for you, but Bitcoin in itself isn't meant to solve all the world's problems.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: Liquid on January 09, 2013, 12:34:25 PM
True True im just messing man  :D

Its not about solving problems or wealth i just wanted a way to reward everyone just for using it  ;)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: anonymous_acc on January 09, 2013, 02:14:44 PM
Picocoin
https://github.com/jgarzik/picocoin


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: ripper234 on January 09, 2013, 02:19:41 PM
Picocoin
https://github.com/jgarzik/picocoin

Read again - Picocoin is not a currency.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: xorxor on January 15, 2013, 07:36:51 AM
edit:

was
-TRC Terracoin based on BTC, some adjustments
now is
-TRC Terracoin based on BTC, fast difficulty adjustment - miner-jump resonance free


terracoin has now a working exchange. important step to become a currency, not just a working concept-prototype.

I still think it should remain in NEW category beacause of:
- extremaly low hashrate and trade volume
- not yet accepted at any online shop
- no direct FIAT currency exchange

I believe it's fate will soon be decided.
 like allways input is welcome - If more people believe it is active working cryptocurrency right now ill move it.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: anonymous_acc on January 16, 2013, 12:16:32 AM
Would be great to have a powerful wiki mechanism at a top of theme instead of simple machines forum simple topic...

I mean all this stuff with categorizing, systematization, self-linking, such ways that no repeat jobs will required, like mirror to en.bitcoin.it/wiki or en.wikipedia.org.

To have to see all related topics of e.g. ppcoin here, or get up by categories, and look at mining peculiar properties, or whatever else, but not a rude brute of new snow-like falling topics from multi-languages branches.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: xorxor on January 16, 2013, 08:56:14 AM
Would be great to have a powerful wiki mechanism at a top of theme instead of simple machines forum simple topic...

I mean all this stuff with categorizing, systematization, self-linking, such ways that no repeat jobs will required, like mirror to en.bitcoin.it/wiki or en.wikipedia.org.

To have to see all related topics of e.g. ppcoin here, or get up by categories, and look at mining peculiar properties, or whatever else, but not a rude brute of new snow-like falling topics from multi-languages branches.


go ahead and do it. it's a lot of work, You have to do a lot of research on every coin and some work on layout. if there will be some nice wiki page I will link it in big font at the top of OP. right now its just a quickly made and errorous copy of earlier version of this thread. no updates, no corrections. thats why it's linked on the bottom.




major changes:

as I realized, only btc and ltc are in fact a currency :
name of topic changed from "list of all cryptocurrencies" to "list of all cryptocoins"

TRC is going to "minor", with working exchange

minor changes in descriptions of btc,trc .

/edit
ppc is back, my mistake, forgot about bitparking exchange


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: FuzzyBear on January 20, 2013, 04:01:48 AM
Ty SunnyKing :) I have included ur edits other than the ixcoin which acording to this link https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=36218.0 says that:
"Ixcoin is a fork of Bitcoin with twice the inflation rate of 96 Ixcoins per block and the same 21 million total limit"

Ah you are right I missed it. Ixcoin completely stops block subsidy by 2015 and only sustains mining via transaction fees. That's why the list of summary is very helpful  :)

LOL at your eight different altcoin wallets, I thought you were one of those collectors and I was right ;) Time to get a NMC wallet and then you have reasonably completed the active set ;)

Hehe finally updated my entry just for u SunnyKing.... as in added  "NMC: N7q9zg9h4Scfx6R25RTL8LdGxCBQbgq8wz" to my uber list of donation addys:P  And i've been interested in namecoins for a while now (bought a few on Vircurex but never got client till month ago or so) and just not had a play yet, but that was where I was looking to run the cryptoaution website from, but got tied down a bit at work needing to do overtime to pay the bills and sidetracked with the TRC Armory project... but it still on my ///TODO: list and I got a couple of guys from my work interested in it to who are looking to try and get involved which should speed things up to.. will keep u posted


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: Sunny King on January 20, 2013, 07:48:57 AM
Hehe finally updated my entry just for u SunnyKing.... as in added  "NMC: N7q9zg9h4Scfx6R25RTL8LdGxCBQbgq8wz" to my uber list of donation addys:P  And i've been interested in namecoins for a while now (bought a few on Vircurex but never got client till month ago or so) and just not had a play yet, but that was where I was looking to run the cryptoaution website from, but got tied down a bit at work needing to do overtime to pay the bills and sidetracked with the TRC Armory project... but it still on my ///TODO: list and I got a couple of guys from my work interested in it to who are looking to try and get involved which should speed things up to.. will keep u posted

Gratz on completing the active set ;D And nice to know that you are getting help so looking forward to the cryptoauction site  8)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on February 04, 2013, 06:19:57 AM
changes:

FRC moved to "dying" as mining stopped.

RUC reborn in "new"




Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: K1773R on February 05, 2013, 01:34:18 PM
since when does IXC use SHA1? this is wrong :S


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on February 06, 2013, 01:51:18 AM
since when does IXC use SHA1? this is wrong :S

sauce?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: throwaway on February 06, 2013, 02:18:59 AM
IXC can be merged mined with BTC. To claim IXC uses SHA1 is insane.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on February 06, 2013, 02:45:38 AM
IXC can be merged mined with BTC. To claim IXC uses SHA1 is insane.

+1  throwaway

official IXC thread is wrong then, propably outdated.  

list updated


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: K1773R on February 06, 2013, 08:55:10 AM
IXC can be merged mined with BTC. To claim IXC uses SHA1 is insane.

+1  throwaway

official IXC thread is wrong then, propably outdated.  

op updated
if its SHA1 it coudlnt be MM'd with BTC.

--snip--
i just checked the src, its SHA256 as usual.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Bicknellski on February 07, 2013, 01:16:28 PM
changes:

FRC moved to "dying" as mining stopped.


Mining hasn't stopped. Blocks are still being found.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on February 07, 2013, 01:58:03 PM
changes:

FRC moved to "dying" as mining stopped.


Mining hasn't stopped. Blocks are still being found.

You are right, "stopped" was just easier to write than some long explaining why hashrate is to slow to consider coin healthy.
I'm wathing the frc thread, it is not dead, its dying. no new projects, no exchange, drasticly low hashrate - dying.
of course if I get more response to keep frc amongst living, I will do that against my opinion.


should XRC be back on the list?

i understand it should be like that:

XRC - ripple - 100% mining is done by them and 100% new coins issued goes to devs.
XRC - ripple - http://www.ripple.com/

sounds to fishy to be truth, can someone smart check the code?




Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: jtimon on February 07, 2013, 02:52:07 PM
changes:

FRC moved to "dying" as mining stopped.

Mining hasn't stopped. Blocks are still being found.

You are right, "stopped" was just easier to write than some long explaining why hashrate is to slow to consider coin healthy.
I'm wathing the frc thread, it is not dead, its dying. no new projects, no exchange, drasticly low hashrate - dying.
of course if I get more response to keep frc amongst living, I will do that against my opinion.

There's a web for submitting grant proposals on the making. Although maaku has stopped working on his exchange, zapto is testing its own and doublec is working on a bitparking. Other people (like me) are actively looking for potential grantees. We have weekly meetings. No, it's not dying.

should XRC be back on the list?

i understand it should be like that:

XRC - ripple - 100% mining is done by them and 100% new coins issued goes to devs.
XRC - ripple - http://www.ripple.com/

sounds to fishy to be truth, can someone smart check the code?

That's not accurate.
The server hasn't been released yet so we can't read the code, but you can read the javascript web client code at:
https://github.com/rippleFoundation/ripple-client

The new Ripple has no mining. They could still distribute it through proof of work, but that would be a complete waste of resources (as it would have been for freicoin, the way I see it). They plan to distribute the coins to as many unique people as they can (not sure how), so no, it's not going to devs. I don't know their business model but must be something else.

How is it possible to have a chain without mining? You can read the original proposal here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=10193

I was told their wiki will be opened soon, but I got no further details on that. Maybe you should wait for that before including xrp in the wiki.
You can always ask them on #ripple channel at freenode. Or here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=108782

EDIT: It seems the beta and the wiki are open now.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on February 07, 2013, 03:23:08 PM
ok so ripple is not opensource, only java cilent is, its company issued credit, not opensource crypto coin. doesn't belong in here at all.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: jtimon on February 07, 2013, 03:47:49 PM
ok so ripple is not opensource, only java cilent is, its company issued credit, not opensource crypto coin. doesn't belong in here at all.

No java at all, I said javascript. The C++ server is not released YET. Obviously, this kind of project must be distributed as free software or it would be doomed. You can check the wiki now, but the main page is saying "no one controls ripple" for some time now. That implies it will be free software. Also Ryan Fugger said so at the old ripple mailing list. You don't seem to have read any of the published information, I'm curious, How do you know Ripple exists at all?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on February 07, 2013, 03:55:00 PM
so ripple doesnt exist YET, but MAY be a cryptocoin when is launched.  ok, thank you for explaining.  i just do not possess the resources to deeply investigate every cryptocoin , i do what i can and wait for people like You to correct me. thx again. no change to list for now.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: jtimon on February 07, 2013, 04:18:46 PM
so ripple doesnt exist YET, but MAY be a cryptocoin when is launched.  ok, thank you for explaining.  i just do not possess the resources to deeply investigate every cryptocoin , i do what i can and wait for people like You to correct me. thx again. no change to list for now.

Yes, that's right: it doesn't exist yet. So probably it doesn't belong to the list yet.
Sorry if I sounded too tough.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: 2112 on February 07, 2013, 04:22:03 PM
xorxor, I think you are doing very useful work by maintaing this list.

I'm posting here to try to convince you that "negative knowledge" is also valuable. The main value of it is by cutting through the misinformation, no matter whether the misinformation is intentional (propaganda) or not.

It may be worthwhile to extend your list with "known not cryptocurrencies" and add one paragraph each summary explaining why the particular offering shouldn't be considered a legitimate cryptocurrency. I don't think it is worthwhile to get involved into long discussions why something is put on the "not list", just state a brief synopsis of an argument.

Eg: "Amazon Coin" - centralized private scrip launched by Amazon and pegged to USD, possibly used "coin" in the name to placate those who persistently kept asking Amazon customer support to be able to pay in "bit coin".

Thanks again.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on February 07, 2013, 04:29:04 PM
xorxor, I think you are doing very useful work by maintaing this list.

I'm posting here to try to convince you that "negative knowledge" is also valuable. The main value of it is by cutting through the misinformation, no matter whether the misinformation is intentional (propaganda) or not.

It may be worthwhile to extend your list with "known not cryptocurrencies" and add one paragraph each summary explaining why the particular offering shouldn't be considered a legitimate cryptocurrency. I don't think it is worthwhile to get involved into long discussions why something is put on the "not list", just state a brief synopsis of an argument.

Eg: "Amazon Coin" - centralized private scrip launched by Amazon and pegged to USD, possibly used "coin" in the name to placate those who persistently kept asking Amazon customer support to be able to pay in "bit coin".

Thanks again.


AWESOME  idea, I'll have a lot of work tonight , preparing the not-a-coin-list


/edit:

added NovaCoin


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Liquid on February 11, 2013, 10:42:24 AM
What about Ripple XRP


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on February 11, 2013, 11:41:58 AM
RuCoin is twice on the list, as dead and as new - is it the same blockchain ?


major changes:

added not-acoin-list

NOT A COIN /  NEVER FULLY LAUNCHED:

-DigiCash - historical try for digital curency by David Chaum, failed. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DigiCash
e-cash and e-money are part of / continuation of  digicash . Possibly where Bitcoin came from.
Ripples (XRP) - ripple.com , no mining - all coins available at start 80% foundation and 20% develeopers , beta phase.
Amazon Coin - centralized private scrip launched by Amazon and pegged to USD, not cryptographic at all, just a name.
WEEDS never realy active and now dead - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24209.msg300830#msg300830
Groupcoin - still alive but never realy active  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24813.0

added NovaCoin

NovaCoin   scrypt hashing[like LTC] , proof of stake [like PPC]

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=143221.0
difficulty adjustment each block, hashing algorithm scrypt



minor changes:

new rucoin description and info - " both scrypt[like LTC] and sha256d   "
difficulty adjustment 72 blocks, hashing algorithm SHA-256d and scrypt, Reward 50 coins per block coin twice on the list, as dead and as new - its the same blockchain ?

changed PPC description - was " Incorporates Proof Of Stake coin Generation" now "Proof Of Stake [very innovative, low energy ]"
new FRC description - "still kicking, might be back."


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: jtimon on February 11, 2013, 01:27:07 PM
Ripples (XRP) - ripple.com , no mining - all coins available at start 80% foundation and 20% develeopers , beta phase.

Were did you get that information from?
Maybe you're confusing it with Freicoin's 80% through foundation grants, 20% for miners?
This is what I know about Ripples initial distribution: https://ripple.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=13

I asked on irc and they said they don't plan to reset the ledger unless they find a serious bug that requires it before launch, which they don't expect. It seems they're giving them away to whoever asks for them.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on February 11, 2013, 07:52:30 PM
Were did you get that information from?
Maybe you're confusing it with Freicoin's 80% through foundation grants, 20% for miners?
This is what I know about Ripples initial distribution: https://ripple.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=13


exactly! this is also what I know, and this is nothing.

no, I did not confused it with freicoin, info taken from   TradeFortress and confimed by one of devs - JoelKatz
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=142261.0


major changes:

i cant mine novacoin, and seen people on btc-e chat complaining the same, pool died.
novacoin is down for a moment in my opinion , anybody outside russia have any succes?

added opencoin

minor changes:

added info - ripple


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on February 11, 2013, 09:07:40 PM
What about Ripple XRP


look up, there was a long discusion about ripples , anyway now added as "not launched"


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on February 11, 2013, 09:12:46 PM
major changes:

i cant mine novacoin, and seen people on btc-e chat complaining the same, pool died.
novacoin is down for a moment in my opinion , anybody outside russia have any succes?

Code:
$ /opt/novacoin/novacoind getinfo
{
    "version" : "v0.2.2.0-unk-beta",
    "protocolversion" : 60002,
    "walletversion" : 60000,
    "balance" : 0.00000000,
    "newmint" : 0.00000000,
    "stake" : 0.00000000,
    "blocks" : 4688,
    "moneysupply" : 245416.58000000,
    "connections" : 69,
    "proxy" : "",
    "ip" : "0.0.0.0",
    "difficulty" : 1.44258073,
    "testnet" : false,
    "keypoololdest" : 1360480939,
    "keypoolsize" : 102,
    "paytxfee" : 0.01000000,
    "errors" : ""
}
$ /opt/novacoin/novacoind getinfo
{
    "version" : "v0.2.2.0-unk-beta",
    "protocolversion" : 60002,
    "walletversion" : 60000,
    "balance" : 0.00000000,
    "newmint" : 0.00000000,
    "stake" : 0.00000000,
    "blocks" : 4689,
    "moneysupply" : 245440.09000000,
    "connections" : 69,
    "proxy" : "",
    "ip" : "0.0.0.0",
    "difficulty" : 1.44506185,
    "testnet" : false,
    "keypoololdest" : 1360480939,
    "keypoolsize" : 102,
    "paytxfee" : 0.01000000,
    "errors" : ""
}
$ /opt/novacoin/novacoind getinfo
{
    "version" : "v0.2.2.0-unk-beta",
    "protocolversion" : 60002,
    "walletversion" : 60000,
    "balance" : 0.00000000,
    "newmint" : 0.00000000,
    "stake" : 0.00000000,
    "blocks" : 4692,
    "moneysupply" : 245510.58000000,
    "connections" : 69,
    "proxy" : "",
    "ip" : "0.0.0.0",
    "difficulty" : 1.45236354,
    "testnet" : false,
    "keypoololdest" : 1360480939,
    "keypoolsize" : 102,
    "paytxfee" : 0.01000000,
    "errors" : ""
}
$

There are only one "problem" - difficulty is high and growing.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on February 11, 2013, 11:09:32 PM

There are only one "problem" - difficulty is high and growing.


I believe it is the only problem for You . I have great ISP, I'm close to Russia, i have a lot of hashpower.
impossible to mine.
 even 20 hours ago, with lower diff and 9 connections, i was finding blocks one by one, but all rejected for no reason, not stales.

I have no idea why only in russia blocks are not rejected.


OP minor edit :

added "NVC " to novacoin name

/edit:

today's third major change.. bussy day

posted mining solution in original English NovaCoin thread

so NVC is back amongst living. OP edited

minor change:

5 links repaired


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: svost on February 14, 2013, 06:52:01 PM
RLC ? https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?all=;topic=62565.0

http://106.imagebam.com/download/6Gk0xt2vjLG6RCL3ZXbUrQ/23730/237294952/rsz_1realpay.png


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on February 14, 2013, 10:42:25 PM
Added realpay under "not launched" , to little information - site is dead, maybe it should be in "dead" , help i you know smth more.

added premine information to NVC - i knew it from the beginning but wanted to stay neutral. now that premine is officialy stated by devs, I don't see a reason not to have this info.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on February 14, 2013, 11:53:30 PM
added premine information to NVC - i knew it from the beginning but wanted to stay neutral. now that premine is officialy stated by devs, I don't see a reason not to have this info.
These coins was destroyed by the hands of BTC-E administration, by sending it to invalid address:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=144158.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on February 15, 2013, 12:10:38 AM
added premine information to NVC - i knew it from the beginning but wanted to stay neutral. now that premine is officialy stated by devs, I don't see a reason not to have this info.
These coins was destroyed by the hands of BTC-E administration, by sending it to invalid address:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=144158.0


already edited OP about premine

acctualy I was the first one sugesting destuction of premined coins.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=143562.msg1525074#msg1525074


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Bowjob on February 24, 2013, 10:28:16 AM
Just how profitable is NVC right now? I only have a GTX 580


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Tesla71 on February 27, 2013, 01:17:33 PM
http://dustcoin.com/


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Ukigo on February 28, 2013, 07:44:35 AM
New russian coin was announced !
Member 'krot' get vision of CCC
directly from Satoshi !

You can ask him for details here :
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=147355.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on February 28, 2013, 07:59:42 AM
New russian coin was announced !
Member 'krot' get vision of CCC
directly from Satoshi !

You can ask him for details here :
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=147355.0


there is nothing yet, not even a sketch of a concept.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Ukigo on February 28, 2013, 09:30:41 AM
there is a perfect plan of CCC.
CCC will have many new (and good ole')
 fancy features.

Satoshi ordered 'krot' to not disclose
 his plan in advance.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on February 28, 2013, 09:55:00 AM
there is a perfect plan of CCC.
CCC will have many new (and good ole')
 fancy features.

Satoshi ordered 'krot' to not disclose
 his plan in advance.

please go away. this is informational thread, not trolling one. make your own.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on March 03, 2013, 10:22:03 AM
changes to list:

BBQ have been revived , getting 15 active connections now - info edited, links added,
for now stays in dying because of 0.03 diff - to easy to 51% again to be considered safe

NVC is not crashing yet, 4 pools, 2 exchanges - moved from new to minor, added info

what is coming:

RUC exchange is closing on 10.Mar.2013 - if diff will drop with that i believe it's dying again.
 rucoin devs  promised a new exchange , so we have to wait and see.  

FRC diff drop is close, and the exchange is up. If hashrate picks up we'll have it back.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: pc163 on March 05, 2013, 10:55:11 PM
no more than 3 e-currrency will survive , just like gold and silver ,clearly ,bitcoin would be the most valuable one.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: nobbynobbynoob on March 11, 2013, 07:18:29 PM
no more than 3 e-currrency will survive , just like gold and silver ,clearly ,bitcoin would be the most valuable one.

We can't be sure of that, but should a triopoly prevail, I'd settle with BTC/LTC/NMC.

Bitcoin will be the money of kings (cryptomonarchy? How popular would that be? ;D ) (cf gold)
Litecoin will be the money of lords/knights/knaves (cf silver)
Namecoin will be the money of bookkeepers (DNS-wise)
Debt (fiat) will still be the money of peasants/slaves? ;D (cf paper)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: veteranBtc on March 11, 2013, 07:40:57 PM
BTC still the best ;D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: CryptoJunky on March 11, 2013, 07:46:00 PM
TRC - the coin of serfs?  :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on March 14, 2013, 09:05:14 PM
update:

removed link to wiki, no updates at all, still based on my first outdated list, none of the bugs and mistakes and layout errors corrected for months, andsome stupid coins added like "testnet bitcoins"...   come on!

some updates in details of extra info.

 



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: ripper234 on March 15, 2013, 08:01:00 AM
update:

removed link to wiki, no updates at all, still based on my first outdated list, none of the bugs and mistakes and layout errors corrected for months, andsome stupid coins added like "testnet bitcoins"...   come on!

some updates in details of extra info.


No updates because you chose to update here rather than the wiki.
Whatever.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on March 15, 2013, 04:38:10 PM
update:

removed link to wiki, no updates at all, still based on my first outdated list, none of the bugs and mistakes and layout errors corrected for months, andsome stupid coins added like "testnet bitcoins"...   come on!

some updates in details of extra info.


No updates because you chose to update here rather than the wiki.
Whatever.


well... yup .  exactly that!

 hate to go to edit wars with some guy thinking testnet coins are actual and important , or alternate bitcoin client is a completely separate crypto - check wiki, its a dirty mess

this is a very very veeeery narrow part of knowledge, and coruptogenous - price promotion.  realy would suck to have it wiki-edited by everyone.

I try to maintain this list in a way everybody is happy, not just my view. in 2 alternate and acceptable views I allways chose a somebodys else input to emphasize that .

luckily and shockingly I'm geting only positive response to my work. thats awesome, thx guys.



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Sunny King on March 16, 2013, 02:43:10 AM
Yeah xorxor is doing a great service to the community. Someone needs to link to this thread from the wikipedia digital currency page.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on March 20, 2013, 02:21:30 PM
major update:

FRC is back!

diff dropped and hashrate picked up imidiately . a lesson to new coins - use PPCoin-like diff adjustment, its so much better.

minor updates:

-some little tweaks


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 02, 2013, 07:58:59 AM
a huge edit this time:

major changes:

RuCoin gone from new to dying, again. Although exchange was not yet removed from BTC-E [was to be removed 23 days ago], the buy orders are cleared/removed. all 3 pools i used, are now gone. One can't no longer mine solo since the introduction of mining fo registered and payed nodes. im not sayng its dead but definetely bad shape.

category "NEW" temporarly removed

Qubic moved from "dead" to "not launched" with modified description.
-Qubic - coins are produced at the rate determined by quorum of miners, not set by developers. Never launched.

chronological list added, provided by Sunny King, thank you!

minor changes:

rippple description changed from:
Ripples (XRP) - http://ripple.com , no mining - all coins available at start 80% foundation[to be given away for free] and 20% develeopers , beta phase.
to:
Ripples (XRP) - http://ripple.com , no mining - all coins available at start 80% foundation, and 20% develeopers. centralized, not opensource. not designed to be a currency, but an IOU exchange.
stays in the category , just not as a "not launched" but "not a cryptocoin"

timekoin description corrected(was badly wrong) from:
" -TimeKoin - historical coin used to trade dialup time from ISP"
 to:
-TimeKoin - PHP webbased coin, alive but not used or traded. serious security flaws allegations.

rucoin is no longer 2 times on the list both as "dead" and "new". now old and new is consolidated as "dying" :
-RUC Rucoin - copy of bitcoin, only difference is that is developed in russian not english. dead and reborn much different, not confirmed if it is the same blockchain,  both scrypt[like LTC] and sha256d , nice client !warning! not opensource !

Disclaimer change from:
Corrections / additions are welcome.
I'm not developing / promoting any coin, just trying to be neutral.
If You find this information or categorization hurtfull for your favorite coin, please correct me.
to:
Corrections / additions are welcome.
If You find any information or categorization here hurtfull, unjust or wrong for any coin, please correct me.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: jayguar on April 02, 2013, 05:14:25 PM
What about Bytecoin?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Sunny King on April 02, 2013, 06:16:50 PM
major update:

FRC is back!

diff dropped and hashrate picked up imidiately . a lesson to new coins - use PPCoin-like diff adjustment, its so much better.


Apparently bytecoin once again ignored the good advice. Expect another freicoin like episode with bytecoin.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 02, 2013, 10:04:37 PM
What about Bytecoin?

major update:

FRC is back!

diff dropped and hashrate picked up imidiately . a lesson to new coins - use PPCoin-like diff adjustment, its so much better.


Apparently bytecoin once again ignored the good advice. Expect another freicoin like episode with bytecoin.

I PM'd bytecoin developer this morning just after launch, with that question: is there gonna be a fix for diff adj. no answer.
I was not going to include it as new and go straight to dead when it will hit "the freicoinian diffcrash" , but hashrate for bytecoin is so enormous i have to admit it existence I like  it or not, its added

major change:

NEW category is back
added bytecoin.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: luffy on April 03, 2013, 05:29:58 AM
about bytecoin, what do you mean bad diff adjustment? what is the porblem?
thanks


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: rlh on April 03, 2013, 11:48:50 AM
Where's Mincoin (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=165397.0)?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mai77 on April 03, 2013, 02:32:06 PM

All data has been added to the Wiki here... https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/List_of_alternative_cryptocurrencies (https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/List_of_alternative_cryptocurrencies)




well that wiki is a f****** rip-off  >:( >:(

to edit anything there, you must first pay a bribe of 1 € = .01 btc and can be kicked any time, so you must pay 1€ AGAIN to the masters of bootlicking.

that wiki sucks big time and is a huge rip-off to enrich some f*****   >:( >:(


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Wouter Drucker on April 03, 2013, 04:55:15 PM
I was thinking. What about a coin that is non anonymous (so nonymous..). I imagine stores would much rather have those...

Could this technically be possible? Would you need a new coin for it?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 03, 2013, 08:22:53 PM
Where's Mincoin (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=165397.0)?


its not even a dead coin, dead coins were alive and died. this is a stillborn. it is so bad at every possible way that it not deserves to be mentioned.

Like allways, if many altcoin community members disagree with me I will add it. but i dont think it will happen.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: jtimon on April 03, 2013, 10:44:21 PM
to edit anything there, you must first pay a bribe of 1 € = .01 btc and can be kicked any time, so you must pay 1€ AGAIN to the masters of bootlicking.

I've never payed to edit there. Is that for new users?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mai77 on April 03, 2013, 11:09:50 PM
no idea when the greedy sheisters introduced that rip-off.  >:(

I suggest any btc user to immediatly purge their accounts there  >:(


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: annette786 on April 04, 2013, 04:41:24 PM
OP:  If PPCoin overtakes Namecoin in marketcap, will it qualify for the MAJOR: section?

http://dustcoin.com/mining



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 04, 2013, 08:59:46 PM
OP:  If PPCoin overtakes Namecoin in marketcap, will it qualify for the MAJOR: section?

http://dustcoin.com/mining



you are right, marketcap is the most important parameter for promotion to "major" . not only one , but most important one.
but there should be quite big histeresis in those changes. tomorow ppc can be 1/4 of its  current price if lets say BTC-E decides publicly not to include it.
I believe PPC is here to stay and definetely will be a major thing. but one moment of glory is not enough. lets wait and see.
remember that namecoin was very low priced and sinking every day for a long time. it was not removed from major.  
I think we cant have changes in "major" part of the list 3 times a day, every time price changes.  



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: jjiimm_64 on April 05, 2013, 02:43:06 AM

thanks for keeping the alt list up to date.. sent a couple of coin. (ltc)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 05, 2013, 04:46:19 AM

thanks for keeping the alt list up to date.. sent a couple of coin. (ltc)


Thank You!  that was a very nice surprise


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 05, 2013, 04:06:17 PM
minor change:

removed "stable value" from bitcoin descrioption. long overdue.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: GambitBTC on April 05, 2013, 11:51:58 PM
Thanks for taking the time to put this all together.


Well done


Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: Neverest on April 06, 2013, 04:03:17 AM
I said it before, this list either needs to add ecash or remove digicash. They are both the children of David Chaum and is possibly where Bitcoin came from.

ecash
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ecash

DigiCash
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digicash

DigiCash was the company (I worked for them, over 15 years ago!), eCash the product. And it should be in the first category as the system was live and up and running for several years. Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank and other banks had licensed the system, users used it to pay in webshops and to send payments to eachother, including micropayments and larger amounts. It functioned and the very hard scrutinizing of the Deutsche Bank could not break it.
Yes, it was based on existing bank's infrastructure, hence digital cash (and no risk for a bubble).

Problem was, it was ahead of its time:
- no Euro yet, so problems with cross-border/currency &
- not enough merchants online (and difficult integration for them). Still the most elegant and fully anonymous system around (unless you try to double-spend).
- Not only one of the first Internet companies in the Netherlands (literally situated right on top of the main internet connection/cable), but also the first internet bankruptcy due to bad management.

The intellectual property was bought by eCash technologies, but they went heads up in the real internet crash of 2001.



Title: Re: List of all cryptocurrencies
Post by: jtimon on April 06, 2013, 12:15:57 PM
DigiCash was the company (I worked for them, over 15 years ago!), eCash the product. And it should be in the first category as the system was live and up and running for several years. Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank and other banks had licensed the system, users used it to pay in webshops and to send payments to eachother, including micropayments and larger amounts. It functioned and the very hard scrutinizing of the Deutsche Bank could not break it.
Yes, it was based on existing bank's infrastructure, hence digital cash (and no risk for a bubble).

Problem was, it was ahead of its time:
- no Euro yet, so problems with cross-border/currency &
- not enough merchants online (and difficult integration for them). Still the most elegant and fully anonymous system around (unless you try to double-spend).
- Not only one of the first Internet companies in the Netherlands (literally situated right on top of the main internet connection/cable), but also the first internet bankruptcy due to bad management.

The intellectual property was bought by eCash technologies, but they went heads up in the real internet crash of 2001.

Thank you for this interesting piece of history.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: GambitBTC on April 06, 2013, 06:36:00 PM
you can mine litecoins with asics? news to me, exciting news


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: K1773R on April 06, 2013, 07:03:04 PM
you can mine litecoins with asics? news to me, exciting news
you can mine every altcoin that is based on sha256d (SHA256, two rounds)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Bytas on April 07, 2013, 12:38:33 PM
Isn't it time to do a little switcheroo between PPC and Namecoin? Since PPC has now overtaken the namecoin marketcap? :p


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Vantix on April 07, 2013, 02:02:28 PM
You have forget the OBAMACOIN hahahhaha ;D ;D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: luffy on April 07, 2013, 08:39:54 PM
Isn't it time to do a little switcheroo between PPC and Namecoin? Since PPC has now overtaken the namecoin marketcap? :p


yeap, or to have 4 coins in major league :)
p.s. i never liked NMC :P


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: MessyCoin on April 08, 2013, 11:43:48 PM

Just want to say thanks for making this list and keeping it updated. Very useful! :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 11, 2013, 05:00:53 AM
A big, big update.

MAJOR CHANGES:

-PPcoin makes it into MAJOR.
because: got to the big exchange, got big market cap and kept it for some time. CONGRATULATIONS PEPSICOIN !!  

-"NEW" category is now "CANDIDATES"
because sometimes coin stays there for a long time and is not new anymore, or even comes back from the dead.

-BQC gets to CANDIDATES and gets a new description:
now: -BBQ BBQCoin - forgotten after 51% attack on launch, now revived and active.
instead of -BBQ BBQCoin - killed in 51% attack on launch, now revived and looking good
its back, bacause diff is stabilized for a long time now and there are more connections than some alive coins for months.

-NOT A COIN category is now "NOT AN OPENSOURCE COMMODITY CRYPTO COIN"
to clear any doubts about ripple , digicash and future not-coins

- Swiftcoin added as  "NOT AN OPENSOURCE COMMODITY CRYPTO COIN"
[thank you zero3112]

MINOR CHANGES

bitgold provided nice and easy domain for "the list" http://newbitcoins.com

was:
DigiCash  historical try for digital curency by David Chaum, failed. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DigiCash
e-cash and e-money are part of / continuation of  digicash . Possibly where Bitcoin came from.
changed to:
eCash historical try for digital curency by David Chaum, operational but died. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DigiCash
DigiCash was the company that maee eCash . Possibly where Bitcoin came from.
[thank you, Neverest!]

TRC added : "difficulty initialy flaved but corrected" , "miner-jump resonance resistant" - temporary removed

BTE changed from:
Bytecoin the 1:1 bitcoin copycat. really bad difficulty adjustment for altcoin, extremally high hashrate for that young coin.
to:
-BTE Bytecoin- the 1:1 bitcoin copycat, nothing changed. extremally high starting hype/hashrate.
as it is no longer "that young" and hashrate is no longer "that high"

RUC, NVC - minor description adjustments  

some layout corrections

----------------------------------------------


as I made  some major changes, I encourage you to give me your opinion.
we need to keep this list at altcoin community accepted form.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mobydick on April 11, 2013, 02:57:24 PM
I think Ripple could be a currency if people start accepting them as payment...long shot I know.

Which of these besides BTC and LTC should I establish a small position in if I'm interested in seeing whether it appreciates in the future? 


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Adamlm on April 11, 2013, 04:16:01 PM
I wonder what about Fairbrix - according to coblee's info this coin is dead:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=46528.msg1522528#msg1522528


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 11, 2013, 07:41:15 PM
I think Ripple could be a currency if people start accepting them as payment...long shot I know.

Which of these besides BTC and LTC should I establish a small position in if I'm interested in seeing whether it appreciates in the future? 

ripple is a currency. it has a good stable value, working exchange and no sign of problems.

it is simply not a cryptocoin, its a COMPANY issued credit, like a tesco/wallmart/apple giftcard. you can buy thingh with giftcard. but they are nor real money. company goes down - you have no money, company prints into oblivion - you have no money. this is ripple, currency, but no real money.
not commodity, not decentralized.

I wonder what about Fairbrix - according to coblee's info this coin is dead:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=46528.msg1522528#msg1522528

it is amongst dead from beginning of the list, waht do you suggest?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Adamlm on April 11, 2013, 08:06:19 PM
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it is amongst dead from beginning of the list, waht do you suggest?
yes, but it's described as "alive but little support." I wanted to do some expereminents with FBX and then I found coblee's note.
But ok, nevermind  ;)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 11, 2013, 11:38:21 PM
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it is amongst dead from beginning of the list, waht do you suggest?
yes, but it's described as "alive but little support." I wanted to do some expereminents with FBX and then I found coblee's note.
But ok, nevermind  ;)

I try to check everytthing for myself. I downloaded fairbrix client, connected to network. so it is working. just noboty uses it, and since it produces coins all the time, at no difficulty, nobody is ever going to use it.  its a zombiecoin. never to leave a dead/dying category. but its working. coblee was angry somebody totally unknown posted new version of binaries. thats why he closed his thread and renamed it to "dead". he didnt wanted to someone infect their computers by believing its his build. He was right. description is ok i thing, maybe I can change it to : "oficialy abandoned, not supported, dying"  ?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: wiggi on April 12, 2013, 11:26:55 AM

I try to check everytthing for myself. I downloaded fairbrix client, connected to network. so it is working. just noboty uses it, and since it produces coins all the time, at no difficulty, nobody is ever going to use it.  its a zombiecoin. never to leave a dead/dying category. but its working. coblee was angry somebody totally unknown posted new version of binaries. thats why he closed his thread and renamed it to "dead". he didnt wanted to someone infect their computers by believing its his build. He was right. description is ok i thing, maybe I can change it to : "oficialy abandoned, not supported, dying"  ?

That somebody was me.

Pretty much correct description, it's in bad shape. Not sure if you can
even initially connect to network when irc is down. And the "nobody used it for 1year+
but it produced coins" is the worst part.

Btw, I played a bit with fairbrix source and litecoin source, and while code bases are very different,
the 2 coins are almost identical twins, i.e. a dozen small changes to latest ltc code, and
it became a working (with minor display bugs) 0.6.3c fairbrix client.

Perhaps the zombie needs a new thread  ;)



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 12, 2013, 08:22:28 PM
since I added BBQ to alive list, difficulty jumpet and it has quite nice hashrate. its stronger than ever I can remember.
we need exchange and pool -  and it can easly go to minor!
this is proof, that this list is an important data.
I am very happy, I was not in a hurry and very conservative with these changes, they have some visible impact.
once again I encourage altcoin comunity to contribute their opinion on major changes.



I try to check everytthing for myself. I downloaded fairbrix client, connected to network. so it is working. just noboty uses it, and since it produces coins all the time, at no difficulty, nobody is ever going to use it.  its a zombiecoin. never to leave a dead/dying category. but its working. coblee was angry somebody totally unknown posted new version of binaries. thats why he closed his thread and renamed it to "dead". he didnt wanted to someone infect their computers by believing its his build. He was right. description is ok i thing, maybe I can change it to : "oficialy abandoned, not supported, dying"  ?

That somebody was me.

Pretty much correct description, it's in bad shape. Not sure if you can
even initially connect to network when irc is down. And the "nobody used it for 1year+
but it produced coins" is the worst part.

Btw, I played a bit with fairbrix source and litecoin source, and while code bases are very different,
the 2 coins are almost identical twins, i.e. a dozen small changes to latest ltc code, and
it became a working (with minor display bugs) 0.6.3c fairbrix client.

Perhaps the zombie needs a new thread  ;)



it's nice to see, that I  got this one right! thank you for detailed explanation.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 13, 2013, 05:09:30 AM
BTE hashrate exploded again, it's 0,5 TH/s now. there are many pools, and now a working automatic exchange, not counting 3 manual ones.
its way more than is needed to be promoted to "minor". also beacause of direct BTC copy, there is no obvious mistakes in the code, besides diff algo.
promote it now, or wait till diff hits 65536 and see if hashpower stays?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: SuperTramp on April 15, 2013, 09:52:52 AM
I think your forgetting one  ;)

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=165397.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 15, 2013, 11:51:26 AM
I think your forgetting one  ;)

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=165397.0

I'm not missing it, check the third page.
 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=165397.msg1728321#msg1728321

that's the scamiest scam of all. maybe I can put a warning but thats all.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: SuperTramp on April 15, 2013, 12:21:47 PM
I think your forgetting one  ;)

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=165397.0

I'm not missing it, check the third page.
 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=165397.msg1728321#msg1728321

that's the scamiest scam of all. maybe I can put a warning but thats all.


LOL  ;D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: manface on April 15, 2013, 12:38:01 PM
I think your forgetting one  ;)

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=165397.0

I'm not missing it, check the third page.
 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=165397.msg1728321#msg1728321

that's the scamiest scam of all. maybe I can put a warning but thats all.

So it's not a list of cryptocurrencies in this thread? It's already been established there was no premine on Mincoin because it was released the same time the blockchain started.

If someone else wants to create a more up to date list than this thread then I'd welcome it.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on April 15, 2013, 12:42:53 PM
https://github.com/CryptoManiac/maxcoin


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Sunny King on April 15, 2013, 09:09:06 PM
https://github.com/CryptoManiac/maxcoin

hmm so this mincoin is your creation?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on April 15, 2013, 10:08:58 PM
I think that you misunderstood me. Just see the latest commits.  :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Notanon on April 16, 2013, 11:14:47 AM
I think your forgetting one  ;)

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=165397.0

I'm not missing it, check the third page.
 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=165397.msg1728321#msg1728321

that's the scamiest scam of all. maybe I can put a warning but thats all.

A touch arrogant, don't you think? I'd say Bitecoins are more of a scam coin, being a 1:1 copy of Bitcoin with no other redeeming features and just waiting to be killed off by an ASIC attack.

That said, feel free to keep it off the list for now, will give me more time to mine more Mincoins before everyone else starts rushing in. :P


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: TheSwede75 on April 16, 2013, 04:15:52 PM
https://github.com/CryptoManiac/maxcoin

I love this joke-coin. MILLIONS of coins premined first 3 days by founders and then BAM, 2 coins per block. I hope someone is posting drunk cause this coin is a worse joke then BTE.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on April 16, 2013, 05:24:43 PM
 ;D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: blastbob on April 16, 2013, 05:35:09 PM
https://github.com/CryptoManiac/maxcoin

I love this joke-coin. MILLIONS of coins premined first 3 days by founders and then BAM, 2 coins per block. I hope someone is posting drunk cause this coin is a worse joke then BTE.

And i still managed to get 600+ coins 8+ days after launch :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 16, 2013, 07:58:56 PM
https://github.com/CryptoManiac/maxcoin

I love this joke-coin. MILLIONS of coins premined first 3 days by founders and then BAM, 2 coins per block. I hope someone is posting drunk cause this coin is a worse joke then BTE.


also, no windows qt-client was available through this 1/10000 difficulty and 250x reward time ........
10% coins to devs for free. I dont recall information about 250x reward being given at start, so only devs knew it.

(...)
A touch arrogant, don't you think? I'd say Bitecoins are more of a scam coin, being a 1:1 copy of Bitcoin with no other redeeming features and just waiting to be killed off by an ASIC attack.

That said, feel free to keep it off the list for now, will give me more time to mine more Mincoins before everyone else starts rushing in. :P


no, bytecoin had superb launch.
- earlier notice of a launch
- full description how it would work , no hidden 250x rewards
- all binaries available at start, most importantly a 70% user-base windows QT

its definetely not a scam.

you can call it a trollcoin if you dont like it, but its a fair one.

and yes, you are right, it was arrogant of me to not include mincoin. I should be neutral and let people decide for themselves.

(...)

And i still managed to get 600+ coins 8+ days after launch :)

yup , just devs got 600.000 coins for 1/1000 of your "600+" hashrate*hours.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: nesic1 on April 16, 2013, 08:06:41 PM
so this mincoin is no good, what about bytecoin, is there any pool?

i was here when mincoin lunched and was no able to solo mining it when it released


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: MrWizard on April 16, 2013, 10:00:06 PM
Mincoin is good.  I was able to mine it just fine.  I chose to mine it, then I chose to stop mining it.  There's no need for petty name calling of alt-coins.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 16, 2013, 10:17:14 PM
so this mincoin is no good, what about bytecoin, is there any pool?

i was here when mincoin lunched and was no able to solo mining it when it released

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=169559.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: blastbob on April 16, 2013, 10:19:12 PM
so this mincoin is no good, what about bytecoin, is there any pool?

i was here when mincoin lunched and was no able to solo mining it when it released

For ByteCoin:
p2pool - http://bte.coinloot.com:8001
pushpool - http://pool.bytecoin.in/



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mr_random on April 16, 2013, 10:20:58 PM


no, bytecoin had superb launch.
- earlier notice of a launch
- full description how it would work , no hidden 250x rewards
- all binaries available at start, most importantly a 70% user-base windows QT


Not strictly true about the launch imo. Notice was given in the newbs forum. First I heard about it in this subforum was after it launched.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 16, 2013, 10:52:23 PM


no, bytecoin had superb launch.
- earlier notice of a launch
- full description how it would work , no hidden 250x rewards
- all binaries available at start, most importantly a 70% user-base windows QT


Not strictly true about the launch imo. Notice was given in the newbs forum. First I heard about it in this subforum was after it launched.

I agree, newbs is not a right place. but still better than none, and at least relase was in the right place.

but you are right, it was  "superb" only when compared to other alts...  standarts ale simply low...


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: manface on April 16, 2013, 11:08:09 PM
https://github.com/CryptoManiac/maxcoin

I love this joke-coin. MILLIONS of coins premined first 3 days by founders and then BAM, 2 coins per block. I hope someone is posting drunk cause this coin is a worse joke then BTE.

I mined 10000 MinCoins 30 minutes after it's released and I'm not a founder. It was the first 3 days of *BLOCKS* not 3 days in real life. The diff was low and so many people started mining that it went really fast. It went from about 500KH mining it when I started to 14MH in 3 hours. If we assume the creator and a couple other people were mining before I joined then 500KH is nothing in comparison to the 14MH that piled on within 3 hours and mined most of the blocks.

I think some of you need to get your facts right about what a *PRE*mine is. It was announced here and on IRC same time as it began mining.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: MrWizard on April 17, 2013, 12:04:16 AM
https://github.com/CryptoManiac/maxcoin

I love this joke-coin. MILLIONS of coins premined first 3 days by founders and then BAM, 2 coins per block. I hope someone is posting drunk cause this coin is a worse joke then BTE.

I mined 10000 MinCoins 30 minutes after it's released and I'm not a founder. It was the first 3 days of *BLOCKS* not 3 days in real life. The diff was low and so many people started mining that it went really fast. It went from about 500KH mining it when I started to 14MH in 3 hours. If we assume the creator and a couple other people were mining before I joined then 500KH is nothing in comparison to the 14MH that piled on within 3 hours and mined most of the blocks.

I think some of you need to get your facts right about what a *PRE*mine is. It was announced here and on IRC same time as it began mining.
That's just about the way I remember it too.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: manface on April 17, 2013, 12:14:07 AM
That's just about the way I remember it too.

Yeah just like Bitcoin some people are mad they missed the opportunity to mine early coins but that is life. The Mincoin easy coins were mined by the public not the creators (I can attest to that myself).

There's 960K of Mincoins created right now and the other 9 million will take 10 years to produce. I have 12120 of them. If Mincoins are worth nothing it will be pretty easy to buy all of them wouldn't it? Even if we figure the creator got maybe 100K of those coins if they are worth 0.0001BTC that's only 10BTC. People need to stop crying rivers here over missing the boat, it happens to all of us. I missed out on the recent alt coins launching today am I going to call them a scam because I wasn't mining since hour 0?

Jeez.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: tiker on April 17, 2013, 01:55:19 AM
I guess we can add FeatherCoin (FC) to this list now.  :)

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178286.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: aysyr on April 17, 2013, 03:41:40 AM
I second FC... its release forum seems to have more publicity during its first day than most if not all the other altcoins have had after a few days, so it's probably safe to say it has the "fairest" distribution.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: manface on April 17, 2013, 04:01:15 AM
I second FC... its release forum seems to have more publicity during its first day than most if not all the other altcoins have had after a few days, so it's probably safe to say it has the "fairest" distribution.

This is supposed to be a list of ALL Cryptocurrencies. So of course feathercoin should be added. The author is picking and choosing which coins to add based on how much he has of each I'm guessing. Someone should start a new thread with better information.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 17, 2013, 04:54:04 AM
I second FC... its release forum seems to have more publicity during its first day than most if not all the other altcoins have had after a few days, so it's probably safe to say it has the "fairest" distribution.

This is supposed to be a list of ALL Cryptocurrencies. So of course feathercoin should be added. The author is picking and choosing which coins to add based on how much he has of each I'm guessing. Someone should start a new thread with better information.

go on, do it.  maybe you should. didnt you think maye author isn't updating list EVERY HOUR?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Peleus on April 18, 2013, 12:59:19 AM
Please remove asic proof from litecoin. It's not asic proof, one simply hasn't been developed yet.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 18, 2013, 04:26:33 AM
Please remove asic proof from litecoin. It's not asic proof, one simply hasn't been developed yet.

please read thread, there was big discussion about what should be in the one-line ltc description.

as for now, all scrypt coins are asic-proof.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Peleus on April 18, 2013, 08:31:52 AM
Please remove asic proof from litecoin. It's not asic proof, one simply hasn't been developed yet.

please read thread, there was big discussion about what should be in the one-line ltc description.

as for now, all scrypt coins are asic-proof.

Uhh I see post #29 saying it isn't ASIC proof, then you reply it's "ASIC proof right now" if that's the "big" conversation you're talking about.

Regardless it's absolutely false, misleading, and shouldn't be in the description. Scrypt is no more or less resistant to ASIC's than any other hash out there, it's simply different. It's like saying Bitcoins are "ASIC Proof" before Avalons were shipped.

ASIC-proof implies there will never be / cannot be ASICs made for it.



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on April 18, 2013, 10:29:55 AM
The term "ASIC-hostile" will be more correct. Because there are no ASIC-proof systems, only systems with ideological limitations. :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Peleus on April 18, 2013, 11:29:41 AM
It's not even ASIC hostile. You seem to be under the impression that ASICs are somehow incompatible or inefficient with Scrypt. They are not. There is zero more limitations in designing an ASIC for scrypt as there is to any other hash, including SHA2, other than the financial incentive to do so.

'Currently no ASICs' would be correct if you really need to have something about ASICs in the one liner.


Sorry if it sounds pedantic, but I'm just disappointed in lies being spread about litecoin and being 'ASIC proof'.  As I mentioned its no more ASIC proof as it is GPU proof, and clearly no one would claim its GPU proof or GPU resistant. There are simply faster hashes and slower hashes. It will effect the number of hashes per second, but since mining is always based off the proprtion of hash power you have rather than the absolute number of hashes its completely irrelevant.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: nesic1 on April 18, 2013, 11:58:23 AM
Asic for ltc will be made if price go up and design/build asic can make some income


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on April 18, 2013, 12:22:03 PM
It's not even ASIC hostile. You seem to be under the impression that ASICs are somehow incompatible or inefficient with Scrypt.
It seems that you haven't read my post before commenting it. I'm talking only about ideology, not technic details. It's obvious that it's impossible to develop a real ASIC-proof algo, and this guy said more than enough about this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Turing

Scrypt coins are asic-hostile systems due to ideological reasons. That's all that we can say.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 18, 2013, 01:23:23 PM
It's not even ASIC hostile. You seem to be under the impression that ASICs are somehow incompatible or inefficient with Scrypt.
It seems that you haven't read my post before commenting it. I'm talking only about ideology, not technic details. It's obvious that it's impossible to develop a real ASIC-proof algo, and this guy said more than enough about this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Turing

Scrypt coins are asic-hostile systems due to ideological reasons. That's all that we can say.

changing to "asic-hostile" to satisfy Peleus pedantism.

but I still think its asic-proof , simply because there are asics on the loose, and they are messing badly with sha256 altcoins, where scrypt altcoins are safe and smooth. what I mean is not "impossible to design ASIC for" but "current ASIC cant touch it, and there are even no FPGA's , that suggest designing an ASIC requires much bigger market cap than bitcoin had."

but understand me, there is no place for such long descriptions, I need one-liners.

Thank you Peleus and Balthazar for constructive input. that is what we need to keep this list a fair one.
every time I change something to someone else input makes this list better, even if it is not a better description, simply because its more community based. thats why I's so gratefull for your interest in it guys!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: roy7 on April 18, 2013, 01:50:20 PM
There are simply faster hashes and slower hashes. It will effect the number of hashes per second, but since mining is always based off the proprtion of hash power you have rather than the absolute number of hashes its completely irrelevant.

The ram required for scrypt is what makes it asic-resistant. Time will tell if someone ever eventually builds one. But it isn't as easy as for sha256 coins.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: astor on April 18, 2013, 05:37:25 PM

Just to give some context.  What scrypt tries to do is to implement a sequential memory-hard function.  The definition is:

a) can be computed by a memory-hard algorithm on a Random Access Machine in T(n) operations; and
b) cannot be computed on a Parallel Random Access Machine with S'(n) processors and S'(n) space in expected time T'(n) where S'(n)*T'(n) = O(T(n)^(2-x)) for any x>0.

where a memory-hard algorithm has the following properties:

A memory-hard algorithm on a Random Access Machine is an algorithm which uses S(n) space and T(n) operations, where S(n) ∈ Ω(T(n)^(1-eps))

From www.tarsnap.com/scrypt/scrypt.pdf


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: BIGMERVE on April 18, 2013, 05:49:13 PM
You should put the approximate market caps in the OP.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: astor on April 18, 2013, 06:05:04 PM
It's not even ASIC hostile. You seem to be under the impression that ASICs are somehow incompatible or inefficient with Scrypt.
It seems that you haven't read my post before commenting it. I'm talking only about ideology, not technic details. It's obvious that it's impossible to develop a real ASIC-proof algo, and this guy said more than enough about this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Turing

Scrypt coins are asic-hostile systems due to ideological reasons. That's all that we can say.

The more general version of "asic-hostile" is minimizing barrier to entry in a market.

Minimizing the barrier to entry is a very good idea, because it increases competition.  If competition is important for the safety of the network, using a problem with the lowest barrier to entry is the best choice.

Low barrier to entry can be translated to "no need to invest in asics or any specialized equipment".


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 18, 2013, 06:48:02 PM
You should put the approximate market caps in the OP.

show me the code to put dynamic data from dustcoin.com in there, and consider it done.  market cap changes 20 - 200% a day so manual update is out of a question.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on April 18, 2013, 06:58:49 PM
It's quite simple, you can use php & imagick to generate dynamic image in [ img ][ /img ] tags. :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: roy7 on April 19, 2013, 04:09:37 AM
It'd be great if dustcoin would provide a little api. :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: graghav2010 on April 19, 2013, 02:49:14 PM
Awesome thanks


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mr_random on April 20, 2013, 01:47:14 PM
hey xoror 

I checked with the feathercoin dev and he said feathercoin isn't 4 times faster than litecoin, it's just 4 times the coin cap. Would you mind updating your original post?  ;)

He said here would contact you asking to correct the text in your topic: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178286.msg1887033#msg1887033

I'm not anti-feathercoin btw I am buying them up. But I would have bought a lot more if I had thought they were 4 times faster than Litecoin, which apparently they are not.  :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 20, 2013, 08:23:38 PM
it was like that at start, but somebody wanted me to add that it is also 4 times faster. reverted to my original description.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: easycoins on April 20, 2013, 08:57:56 PM
Nice guide!!!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 22, 2013, 04:20:34 PM
the feathercoin hype is going crazy, hashrate and price is through the roof.

I just changed description to:

-FC FeatherCoin- LTC clone with 4x more coins. welcomed by community with big hashrate and superb reception.

It shoud be done 1 day ago, but I was selling FC's so I felt that would be abuse of my privilege to edit the list.
I do not want it to be a base for a speculation, so I waited with update untill i'm soldout , not to boost price.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mr_random on April 22, 2013, 07:30:56 PM
xoror, do you know where I can see the Feathercoin hashrate?

Cheers.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: blastbob on April 22, 2013, 07:38:15 PM
This gives a estimate..

http://fc.dontmine.me/


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 22, 2013, 07:43:12 PM
xoror, do you know where I can see the Feathercoin hashrate?

Cheers.

every coin has an estimate built in.

help > debug window > console -  write a "getmininginfo" command


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: roy7 on April 22, 2013, 07:55:19 PM
xoror, do you know where I can see the Feathercoin hashrate?

Cheers.

every coin has an estimate built in.

help > debug window > console -  write a "getmininginfo" command

For clarity, that is if he's using the client to mine with. Which was probably the intent of the question. For whatever reason when I read it, I thought he was asking for an estimated global hash rate of the whole FC network.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 22, 2013, 08:02:41 PM
xoror, do you know where I can see the Feathercoin hashrate?

Cheers.

every coin has an estimate built in.

help > debug window > console -  write a "getmininginfo" command

For clarity, that is if he's using the client to mine with. Which was probably the intent of the question. For whatever reason when I read it, I thought he was asking for an estimated global hash rate of the whole FC network.

Actualy, getmininginfo IS an estimated global hash rate of the whole  network.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: roy7 on April 22, 2013, 08:35:14 PM
Actualy, getmininginfo IS an estimated global hash rate of the whole  network.

Apologies if I'm wrong, but I thought getmininginfo printed hashespersec which is the same as the result of gethashespersecm which is the rate you are generating hashes at (if you are generating)?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: zdarkazn on April 24, 2013, 12:51:32 AM
You should update this and put total number of coins to be generated in each description. (:


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 24, 2013, 06:53:28 AM
You should update this and put total number of coins to be generated in each description. (:

there is a "more info" section of the list  with links, and diff/block freq/mintage target . not every coin has a hard cap on coins number.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: tytanick on April 24, 2013, 08:46:28 PM
could you add: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=182430.0
? thx :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: zdarkazn on April 24, 2013, 10:29:34 PM
You should update this and put total number of coins to be generated in each description. (:

there is a "more info" section of the list  with links, and diff/block freq/mintage target . not every coin has a hard cap on coins number.

Ahaha, Im lazy. Sorry LOL.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 25, 2013, 01:30:28 AM
could you add: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=182430.0
? thx :)


there are some basic requirements to get onto list as acanidate:

- not just a concept, have to be working
- not a testnet, experiment
- decentralized distribution

this coin is clearly stated by dev to be just an experiment, and quickly announced "dead by design" by one of the best ALT developers.
I can add it in "not a coin" paragraph, to remove confusion, with "experimental , just a test" adnotation.

of course, if I get many voices to move it to alive, it will be there. This list has to much influence to be strictly under my command.
I want to be more of a trusted moderator than autonomous architect.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on April 25, 2013, 01:44:48 AM
Actually, author already implemented fix for difficulty oscillation problem in the new client.

https://github.com/bfroemel/smallchange/commit/40260037b1108d51416cec0e8e1c457bd42cf9ce

But this project is still positioned as an experiment. ::)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 25, 2013, 02:28:04 AM
Actually, author already implemented fix for difficulty oscillation problem in the new client.

https://github.com/bfroemel/smallchange/commit/40260037b1108d51416cec0e8e1c457bd42cf9ce

But this project is still positioned as an experiment. ::)

allways helpful and informed! THANK YOU!

I hope this is an experiment , not a scam.
difference is simple.
experiment:
in case of success, restart the chain. If not, say thank you and leave it.
scam:
"oh! it works just fine, I never ever thought it would, now its no longer an experiment."


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: TheSwede75 on April 28, 2013, 08:50:42 PM
Might be worth mentioning here that Feathercoin was mined by a small group of miners to the tune of over 3 million coins (some 50% of current supply) in the first day. Not 'technically' premining but might as well be.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on April 28, 2013, 10:21:56 PM
Might be worth mentioning here that Feathercoin was mined by a small group of miners to the tune of over 3 million coins (some 50% of current supply) in the first day. Not 'technically' premining but might as well be.

somebody used the term "instamining" and I like it. freicoin has two bad things, one can be corrected , second can't.
1: diff adjustment -  for any new coin it has to be constant geometric. just you wait for resonance or chain halt.
2: way to low starting diff and no pre-announcement, making 1% instamining possible.

I dont like it, but its not so that bad. mincoin on the other hand was created for instamining, not only low starting diff, but also 250 times the reward and no gui-binaries available at start. comparing to mincoin, fethercoin is still kinda ok.

some initial uber-reward is needed to crate heavy supporters, they are the ones that create exchanges, pools, giveouts and other promotions.



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: destruct on April 30, 2013, 01:08:07 AM
Freicoin can be moved to dead coin at this point..

It had good value until cryptonit basically killed it and spit on its name.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: TheSwede75 on April 30, 2013, 04:16:58 AM
Freicoin can be moved to dead coin at this point..

It had good value until cryptonit basically killed it and spit on its name.

Don't be a child. Cryptonit is a damn hobby project and floundering so bad it's just sad. Nail in the coffin for them was throwing out Freicoin for Feathercoin (just for the exchange bounty) and locking people's funds in for 3 days+



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: RetardedMonkey on April 30, 2013, 08:39:08 AM
Freicoin can be moved to dead coin at this point..

It had good value until cryptonit basically killed it and spit on its name.
It's doing quite well over at BTer.com - which incidentally, just opened its doors for Feathercoin too.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 01, 2013, 03:44:25 PM
update:

CNC CHNCoin added
FC updated to FTC
BBQ corrected to BQC

I believe with 3 exchanges, 5 pools and current market cap of 15000BTC , FTC is no longer a candidate.
mooved MINOR.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: zdarkazn on May 01, 2013, 04:18:07 PM
FTC is now a MINOR! Yay!  ;D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: 1234r on May 02, 2013, 12:22:59 AM
 ;)  well


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: ultraimports on May 02, 2013, 12:32:05 PM
Small timers like me can't afford to move to new coins, and risk losing out :( ....why can't I just be wealthy and waste my money on hashing power?? :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: antimattercrusader on May 03, 2013, 01:32:22 PM
God... so many coins so fast. When is it gonna pop?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mco65 on May 03, 2013, 03:51:31 PM
God... so many coins so fast. When is it gonna pop?

it does seem to be a saturated market.
I think the key is to simply weed out the wannabes and focus on the top dogs..
ie Bitcoin
maybe litecoin

not sure we have room for more than 2 or 3 top dogs..
But, thats JMO.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: TruCoin on May 03, 2013, 04:26:06 PM
Yes i agree to many COINS but only one gold BAR BITBAR the future of cryto-currency  ;D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: bitgod on May 03, 2013, 07:11:28 PM
THX


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: GSnak on May 04, 2013, 03:00:53 AM
If you could start updating this thread every five minutes from now on that would be great. Thanks.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 04, 2013, 03:06:55 AM
If you could start updating this thread every five minutes from now on that would be great. Thanks.

I know thats sarcasm, but actualy you can put here what you want updated, if it would be in fact outdated on the list, I'll quickly update.

I check this thread  every few hours


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Bicknellski on May 04, 2013, 04:31:11 AM
Should have this as webpage like coinchoose. That adjusts listing hash rate and other metrics but hash rate would be the ranking metric from APIs that developers submit to you from blockchain explorers like Joe's for FRC http://1.cr.rs/. You might be able to monetize this Xorox and cut your work on the thread down and it would cut down on the FUD and unnecessary commentary as the  hash rate metric would be a "FAIR" indicator of the health of each coin as opposed to one person or groups fan-boy opinions that are bias and no one should be the arbiters of the altcoins that is what the datum is for correct? If you don't someone will do this soon I suspect.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 04, 2013, 05:26:56 AM
Should have this as webpage like coinchoose. That adjusts listing hash rate and other metrics but hash rate would be the ranking metric from APIs that developers submit to you from blockchain explorers like Joe's for FRC http://1.cr.rs/. You might be able to monetize this Xorox and cut your work on the thread down and it would cut down on the FUD and unnecessary commentary as the  hash rate metric would be a "FAIR" indicator of the health of each coin as opposed to one person or groups fan-boy opinions that are bias and no one should be the arbiters of the altcoins that is what the datum is for correct? If you don't someone will do this soon I suspect.

I can buy a server and domain, thats easy. but im no coder , I would need a partner.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 04, 2013, 05:29:49 AM
ok guys, I got problem with junkcoin:

it is a cryptocoin, it has decentralized distribution and it's working.
but its just a joke. and its intentionaly made really bad, not even working without manual addnode.

where do i put it?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: zdarkazn on May 04, 2013, 05:54:40 AM
ok guys, I got problem with junkcoin:

it is a cryptocoin, it has decentralized distribution and it's working.
but its just a joke. and its intentionaly made really bad, not even working without manual addnode.

where do i put it?

I can guarantee some ppl are gonna try to buy 100k's of it soon.

For Fun Coins: <---?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: bopbeep on May 04, 2013, 05:57:48 AM
ok guys, I got problem with junkcoin:

it is a cryptocoin, it has decentralized distribution and it's working.
but its just a joke. and its intentionaly made really bad, not even working without manual addnode.

where do i put it?

new category "Junk"
or under dead lol


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 04, 2013, 06:27:38 AM
I want to minimize categories, its a lot of them allready. its not dead yet!
I still have no idea. changeing back candidates to new would solve it. or maybe just put it ito candidates with some additional info about deliberately being as bad as possible?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: bopbeep on May 04, 2013, 06:32:15 AM
I want to minimize categories, its a lot of them allready. its not dead yet!
I still have no idea. changeing back candidates to new would solve it. or maybe just put it ito candidates with some additional info about deliberately being as bad as possible?

yeah, add it to candidates with info


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 04, 2013, 07:32:56 AM
I want to minimize categories, its a lot of them allready. its not dead yet!
I still have no idea. changeing back candidates to new would solve it. or maybe just put it ito candidates with some additional info about deliberately being as bad as possible?

yeah, add it to candidates with info

when the only vote is all votes...  adding as candidate


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: skull88 on May 04, 2013, 12:06:14 PM
At the rate new coins are made, soon xorxor will have a fulltime job updating this topic :D
Maybe better also start to look for volunteers to help with it, if you find 2 people you can start working in shifts  :P


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Decagrog on May 04, 2013, 03:03:55 PM
Should have this as webpage like coinchoose. That adjusts listing hash rate and other metrics but hash rate would be the ranking metric from APIs that developers submit to you from blockchain explorers like Joe's for FRC http://1.cr.rs/. You might be able to monetize this Xorox and cut your work on the thread down and it would cut down on the FUD and unnecessary commentary as the  hash rate metric would be a "FAIR" indicator of the health of each coin as opposed to one person or groups fan-boy opinions that are bias and no one should be the arbiters of the altcoins that is what the datum is for correct? If you don't someone will do this soon I suspect.

I can buy a server and domain, thats easy. but im no coder , I would need a partner.

I'm a webdev and I've some hosting space ( php+mysql+litespeed ) that I can freely use for any kind of project.... if you need some help I'm here  Smiley


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: nanobit on May 04, 2013, 05:33:40 PM

I wish there was as much activity on getting shops to accept cryptocoins than there is interest to create new cryptocurrencies.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: btclove on May 05, 2013, 01:35:08 AM
TK


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: crazy_rabbit on May 05, 2013, 06:54:49 AM

I wish there was as much activity on getting shops to accept cryptocoins than there is interest to create new cryptocurrencies.

The only store people are interested in accepting alt-coins is exchanges so they can sell them for bitcoin.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Ignore@YourPeril on May 05, 2013, 08:27:57 AM
You should add voting over which coin should move between the categories. Maybe in a separate thread as there will easily be a lot of flaming.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 05, 2013, 12:30:00 PM
You should add voting over which coin should move between the categories. Maybe in a separate thread as there will easily be a lot of flaming.

Good idea.
I will do just that, if some controversy will appear. Right now I somehow managed to keep most people happy.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: VinceSamios on May 05, 2013, 07:17:21 PM
Why is PPCoin considered "Major" - it's not, its minor at best.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: skull88 on May 05, 2013, 08:03:54 PM
Why is PPCoin considered "Major" - it's not, its minor at best.
You want to place PPcoin in the same group as Feathercoin? lol  :D

you looked at the description? -> very innovative  ;)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 05, 2013, 08:13:50 PM
Why is PPCoin considered "Major" - it's not, its minor at best.


before huge NMC rally, PPC had more than twice its market cap. ant it was about 2 weeks ow that situation untill I decided to move it to major.
actual situation - I agree, no signs for promotion to major.  I believe there should be a big histeresis and some inertia in those changes. we cant have a coin changing major-minor 5 times a day because of some artificial line being crossed.

I count your opinion as a vote for removing it from major.
 


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: VinceSamios on May 06, 2013, 07:25:04 AM
How can PPCoin be considered major with less than 100 articles listed in google news?

If we're judging based on market cap, maybe ripples should be considered "Major"?

In my opinion these lists need to be more carefully managed - set yourself some criteria. For example don't just base it on market cap, also base it on client downloads, news articles, etc.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: kjlimo on May 06, 2013, 10:18:36 AM
How can PPCoin be considered major with less than 100 articles listed in google news?

If we're judging based on market cap, maybe ripples should be considered "Major"?

In my opinion these lists need to be more carefully managed - set yourself some criteria. For example don't just base it on market cap, also base it on client downloads, news articles, etc.

It brings something brand new to the table, proof of stake.  Perhaps it'll change in the future, but for now it remains very innovative (in theory).


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: VinceSamios on May 06, 2013, 11:47:26 AM
Proof of stake is innovative, but stupid... If I come up with a cryptocurrency that's based on the moon cycle, but causes babies to die, then I create 1 billion units and sell one to a friend for $10 giving it a "market cap" of $10 billion, is that a "major" cryptocurrency?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: kjlimo on May 06, 2013, 12:47:05 PM
Proof of stake is innovative, but stupid... If I come up with a cryptocurrency that's based on the moon cycle, but causes babies to die, then I create 1 billion units and sell one to a friend for $10 giving it a "market cap" of $10 billion, is that a "major" cryptocurrency?

yes...

I believe we are simply reporting here that PPC has a market cap in the top of the alt coins.  That's the market's way of saying it's a "major" cryptocurrency.

I'm guessing people would like the novelty of your mooncoin; however, people like me might remember the exchange moonco.in that stole all our litecoin/bitcoin and ran away... :(


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 06, 2013, 01:57:39 PM
Proof of stake is innovative, but stupid... If I come up with a cryptocurrency that's based on the moon cycle, but causes babies to die, then I create 1 billion units and sell one to a friend for $10 giving it a "market cap" of $10 billion, is that a "major" cryptocurrency?


thats market cap of $10 my friend. ppc's are not centralized. so all of them are on the market. not just one. if you count "potential" not available, the price of gold should drop to 1 cent per Ozt when a distant planet with 3 quadrilion tons of gold is found . it will not drop.

any way I am making a poll.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: VinceSamios on May 06, 2013, 02:26:50 PM
You're mistaken - if the latest valuation per "vince's moon coin" is $10, and there are 1 billion coins, then the market cap is $10 billion.

PPC's are slightly centralised - with a centrally defined fee. Although they are looking at ways to move away from that.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 06, 2013, 02:44:09 PM
You're mistaken - if the latest valuation per "vince's moon coin" is $10, and there are 1 billion coins, then the market cap is $10 billion.

PPC's are slightly centralised - with a centrally defined fee. Although they are looking at ways to move away from that.

Market capitalization (or market cap) is the total value of the issued shares of a publicly traded company; it is equal to the share price times the number of shares outstanding

if only 1 share is issued, the market cap of mooncoin is 10$ .

Shares outstanding are all the shares of a corporation or financial asset that have been authorized, issued and purchased by investors and are held by them


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: VinceSamios on May 06, 2013, 05:23:26 PM
right, so my currency has 1 billion issues "shares" or "coins"... I just happen to hold them all, and I've only sold one... = market cap.

in other words, I mined 1 billion coins, then sold one for $10.

This is how every cryptocoins market cap is calculated - in other words, its a stupid measure.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: kjlimo on May 06, 2013, 05:45:10 PM
right, so my currency has 1 billion issues "shares" or "coins"... I just happen to hold them all, and I've only sold one... = market cap.

in other words, I mined 1 billion coins, then sold one for $10.

This is how every cryptocoins market cap is calculated - in other words, its a stupid measure.

However, most of the alt coins don't have 1 person holding 99.99999% of the coins... the one that do aren't worth as much and aren't listed in the major list here....

you are correct that if you make your own coin with a billion of them and sell one to someone for $10, then that person is a fool and you shouldn't value yours at $10 billion.  This doesn't apply to other coins, so move on.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: VinceSamios on May 06, 2013, 05:49:53 PM
Right lets put it another way - only a very small percentage of mined coins are for sale on the exchange, a $5000 investment ramps the market cap by $20+million - its not unheard of, it happens. This is why market cap is not a good measure.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: kjlimo on May 06, 2013, 07:17:55 PM
Right lets put it another way - only a very small percentage of mined coins are for sale on the exchange, a $5000 investment ramps the market cap by $20+million - its not unheard of, it happens. This is why market cap is not a good measure.

ok, what measure would you like to use?  And is it assumed that market cap is what we're using to measure "major" coins?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: jimhsu on May 07, 2013, 12:09:03 AM
Right lets put it another way - only a very small percentage of mined coins are for sale on the exchange, a $5000 investment ramps the market cap by $20+million - its not unheard of, it happens. This is why market cap is not a good measure.

ok, what measure would you like to use?  And is it assumed that market cap is what we're using to measure "major" coins?

Public float (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_float). Public float for companies excludes shares held by "company officers, directors, or controlling-interest investors". This accounts for the fact that insider shares are not traded (an approximation), and therefore "don't contribute" to the actual capitalized value of the company.

Now the definition for "insider" is a bit more difficult in crypto, but an approximation would be authors+friends+associates. Maybe a velocity calculation that counts age of coins in every single wallet?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: VinceSamios on May 07, 2013, 07:11:51 AM
As I said, I "mined" 1 billion coins - so therefore they are on the market.

A better measure is the trade volume which has gone through exchanges. I can make a 10 billion market cap cyptocurrency by buying $10,000 worth of coin. However if we measure on volume, then all we see is "$10,000 traded in the currency on exchanges" which is a much better measure.

But I think there should be more than one measure - and I'm happy to discuss ideas if you're open to it.

edit: just checked the volume - highest volume I can see was 7.5BTC worth in a day.... that is frankly laughable.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: lcq225 on May 07, 2013, 10:26:22 AM
a very useful infomation


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 07, 2013, 11:03:56 AM
All right, JunkCoin is somehow worked out ok, mined and traded.
maybe I shuld go more easy on it.

I think il change
-JKC Junkcoin- deliberately being the worst: premine, bad config, low diff + slow retarget, instamine superblocks a'la MNC.

into:

-JKC Junkcoin- started as a joke, but now working ok. low starting diff and slow retarget like BTE, FTC, MNC, CNC


will it be ok ?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: MrWizard on May 07, 2013, 11:10:57 AM
All right, JunkCoin is somehow worked out ok, mined and traded.
maybe I shuld go more easy on it.

I think il change
-JKC Junkcoin- deliberately being the worst: premine, bad config, low diff + slow retarget, instamine superblocks a'la MNC.

into:

-JKC Junkcoin- started as a joke, but now working ok. low starting diff and slow retarget like BTE, FTC, MNC, CNC


will it be ok ?

Seriously?  Or are you just playing along with the joke?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 07, 2013, 12:01:50 PM
All right, JunkCoin is somehow worked out ok, mined and traded.
maybe I shuld go more easy on it.

I think il change
-JKC Junkcoin- deliberately being the worst: premine, bad config, low diff + slow retarget, instamine superblocks a'la MNC.

into:

-JKC Junkcoin- started as a joke, but now working ok. low starting diff and slow retarget like BTE, FTC, MNC, CNC


will it be ok ?

Seriously?  Or are you just playing along with the joke?

I cant believe it myself. but price is growing, trades are going on, difficulty is rising all the time.
It doesn't matter what i believe, here I'm just to report facts, like them or not.

I will never joke in this thread.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: VinceSamios on May 07, 2013, 01:56:33 PM
You listed PPCoin as "major" - that's a bit of a joke.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: jimmyk on May 07, 2013, 01:58:56 PM
You listed PPCoin as "major" - that's a bit of a joke.

The OP heard you when you posted "Why is PPCoin considered "Major" - it's not, its minor at best." on the last page.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 07, 2013, 02:06:47 PM
You listed PPCoin as "major" - that's a bit of a joke.

The OP heard you when you posted "Why is PPCoin considered "Major" - it's not, its minor at best." on the last page.

yup, and made a poll !!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on May 07, 2013, 03:08:13 PM
It's xorxor's topic at free forum. He able to do what he want. If you don't like this then you are free to create your own topic. ::)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mr_random on May 07, 2013, 05:30:16 PM
I vote for ordering them all by market capitalisation. It's the only objective measurement. If it was sorted by popularity and topic discussion here namecoin wouldn't feature high. If it was by price novacoin would be second etc.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: jimhsu on May 07, 2013, 06:44:11 PM
As I said, I "mined" 1 billion coins - so therefore they are on the market.

A better measure is the trade volume which has gone through exchanges. I can make a 10 billion market cap cyptocurrency by buying $10,000 worth of coin. However if we measure on volume, then all we see is "$10,000 traded in the currency on exchanges" which is a much better measure.

But I think there should be more than one measure - and I'm happy to discuss ideas if you're open to it.

edit: just checked the volume - highest volume I can see was 7.5BTC worth in a day.... that is frankly laughable.

That's reasonable, but doesn't account for the actual "use" of bitcoin and hopefully altcoins (that is, as a currency to purchase goods or services, or to provide goods or services). Also, this substantially underestimates the proportion of altcoins in dark pools and other private exchanges (only relevant for bitcoin right now).

Hence, my suggestion to use a velocity calculation (consider only coins that have been transferred between n wallets in a time frame of t). Sure, this is "exploitable" by wallet holders and change addresses, but it's a start.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 07, 2013, 08:33:10 PM
It's xorxor's topic at free forum. He able to do what he want. If you don't like this then you are free to create your own topic. ::)

I dont see it that way, I welcome every criticism. thats why  I created a poll to keep or degrade PPC.
I'm trying to treat this as a public service, if my list would not be balanced, if I even slighltly hurt or promote some coin, that would be a reason to make another one, and therefore creating oportunities for manipulations. That means, the only way to keep it as a main and one list, I need to listen to everyone, and if they do not like my explanation, move to democracy moves - thats not the best, but at least keeps the list a trusted one.



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: zero3112 on May 07, 2013, 10:39:13 PM
You listed PPCoin as "major" - that's a bit of a joke.

Why is it a joke I like the coin?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 08, 2013, 12:18:39 AM
You listed PPCoin as "major" - that's a bit of a joke.

Why is it a joke I like the coin?

so go and vote
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=196944.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: kjlimo on May 08, 2013, 08:07:56 AM
Right lets put it another way - only a very small percentage of mined coins are for sale on the exchange, a $5000 investment ramps the market cap by $20+million - its not unheard of, it happens. This is why market cap is not a good measure.

ok, what measure would you like to use?  And is it assumed that market cap is what we're using to measure "major" coins?

Public float (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_float). Public float for companies excludes shares held by "company officers, directors, or controlling-interest investors". This accounts for the fact that insider shares are not traded (an approximation), and therefore "don't contribute" to the actual capitalized value of the company.

Now the definition for "insider" is a bit more difficult in crypto, but an approximation would be authors+friends+associates. Maybe a velocity calculation that counts age of coins in every single wallet?

A) Good luck defining that in this world

B) I disagree... those insiders are choosing to hold some, while their employment contracts may require them to hold others... either way, cryptocurrencies have no such requirements.

As I said, I "mined" 1 billion coins - so therefore they are on the market.

A better measure is the trade volume which has gone through exchanges. I can make a 10 billion market cap cyptocurrency by buying $10,000 worth of coin. However if we measure on volume, then all we see is "$10,000 traded in the currency on exchanges" which is a much better measure.

But I think there should be more than one measure - and I'm happy to discuss ideas if you're open to it.

edit: just checked the volume - highest volume I can see was 7.5BTC worth in a day.... that is frankly laughable.

Please give more info... are you referring to one coin?  one exchange?

https://vircurex.com/ (https://vircurex.com/register?referral_id=801-154) had over 200 BTC worth of volume trading alt coins today...


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: 12gaFacelift on May 08, 2013, 02:48:29 PM
since only some person can mine coin made only for people who know all about computer then why dont have your ELITE list with that?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Bicknellski on May 08, 2013, 02:48:47 PM
I vote for ordering them all by market capitalisation. It's the only objective measurement. If it was sorted by popularity and topic discussion here namecoin wouldn't feature high. If it was by price novacoin would be second etc.

Correct. +1


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 08, 2013, 02:58:23 PM
since only some person can mine coin made only for people who know all about computer then why dont have your ELITE list with that?

what?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: jlspartz on May 09, 2013, 05:24:11 PM
I think there should be another label/grouping for copycats to preserve the value of legit alternate currencies as we see more and more. Classification would be pretty distinctive - If it offers nothing new except lower difficulty to start and if only coin and block amounts are changed than its not innovative and they just took someone elses code and changed a few parameters to release it under a new name. It would give a baseline to anyone just entering the market - delineating between the true alternates and clones, giving the clones less traction and empowering the alternate coins who actually worked hard on coming up with a new innovative approach, thus leading the new masses of tomorrow to the good ones.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Bicknellski on May 09, 2013, 05:33:14 PM
I think there should be another label/grouping for copycats to preserve the value of legit alternate currencies as we see more and more. Classification would be pretty distinctive - If it offers nothing new except lower difficulty to start and if only coin and block amounts are changed than its not innovative and they just took someone elses code and changed a few parameters to release it under a new name. It would give a baseline to anyone just entering the market - delineating between the true alternates and clones, giving the clones less traction and empowering the alternate coins who actually worked hard on coming up with a new innovative approach, thus leading the new masses of tomorrow to the good ones.

+1

The market is now flooded with knockoff coins. Keeping a list beyond 20 coins seems fruitless.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: justabitoftime on May 10, 2013, 03:51:01 AM
At least I'm willing to admit I'm extremely biased. :)  I think community involvement and development should factor into the equation.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Dacm4n on May 10, 2013, 07:59:53 AM
I think Mincoin has earned it's way into the minor category. It has it's own dedicated exchange (that's big for an alt-coin), and it's value has been very stable compared to the other coins released around the same time. If Feathercoin is a minor Mincoin should be one as well in my opinion.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: MrWizard on May 10, 2013, 10:52:56 AM
I think Mincoin has earned it's way into the minor category. It has it's own dedicated exchange (that's big for an alt-coin), and it's value has been very stable compared to the other coins released around the same time. If Feathercoin is a minor Mincoin should be one as well in my opinion.
You say "dedicated exchange" I see minor exchange with LTC/BTC, SC/BTC, MNC/BTC traded.
You compare it to Feathercoin, I see Feathercoin's market value 10 times Mincoin's.
I don't wish Mincoin ill, but it is one-third the market value of CHNCoin and CHNCoin is not minor yet.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: ghostlander on May 10, 2013, 10:55:25 PM
Quote
-FC FeatherCoin- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178286.0
reward 200 coins, retarget 4064 blocks,  total of 336 million coins

FTC retargets currently every 2016 blocks like BTC and LTC.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 10, 2013, 11:22:03 PM
Quote
-FC FeatherCoin- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178286.0
reward 200 coins, retarget 4064 blocks,  total of 336 million coins

FTC retargets currently every 2016 blocks like BTC and LTC.

corrected, thank you


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: devilfish on May 11, 2013, 02:19:37 AM
xorxor thanks for putting so much work into organizing this. With all the new coins, finding the relevant info is becoming a pain in the a**. Thanks again for making it easier.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: snailbrain on May 11, 2013, 05:04:00 PM
should PPC be major..


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: jlspartz on May 12, 2013, 04:54:02 AM
should PPC be major..

Yes


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 12, 2013, 06:13:13 AM
should PPC be major..

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=196944.msg2047702#msg2047702


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: kjlimo on May 12, 2013, 06:30:11 AM
I think there should be another label/grouping for copycats to preserve the value of legit alternate currencies as we see more and more. Classification would be pretty distinctive - If it offers nothing new except lower difficulty to start and if only coin and block amounts are changed than its not innovative and they just took someone elses code and changed a few parameters to release it under a new name. It would give a baseline to anyone just entering the market - delineating between the true alternates and clones, giving the clones less traction and empowering the alternate coins who actually worked hard on coming up with a new innovative approach, thus leading the new masses of tomorrow to the good ones.

+1

The market is now flooded with knockoff coins. Keeping a list beyond 20 coins seems fruitless.

xorxor thanks for putting so much work into organizing this. With all the new coins, finding the relevant info is becoming a pain in the a**. Thanks again for making it easier.

If you'd like another great source of alt coin info, PM me your e-mail address and I'll add you to my alt coin newsletter that I started last month!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 16, 2013, 08:55:10 AM
crapcoins section? or simply add all this crap to "not a coin"  and add    "/ crap"  ?
or simply ignore all this tragicly bad, intentionally 0.00024 diff, no binaries fails?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: runam0k on May 16, 2013, 11:51:03 AM
Come on OP, there must be 6-8 new candidates launched since yesterday...  Please do a public service by announcing all of them DOA. ;)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: nerdcustoms on May 16, 2013, 03:15:54 PM
Can we get WDC WorldCoin added to the list on the main page please.  :D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mikeynzb on May 16, 2013, 04:35:00 PM
JKC junkcoin
PWC powercoin
SRC sunrisecoin
GLD gldcoin
SPC supercoin
WLC worldcoin

bitgem


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Cobra on May 16, 2013, 07:32:58 PM
With multiple coins coming out each day (not a good thing) it seems this section of the forum is its own market. I don't say "exchange" because it just feels like people bringing all the junk coins (no pun intended on JKC) and hope that somebody might wan't to buy what they happen to mine. It really feels like a coin flea market of sorts.  People use any of the coins as a mechanism to get more LTC/BTC which is a wise move since those are established at least.

It will be interesting to see if any of these coins can actually establish itself and have some worth on its own.  It will really boil down to the marketing the creator or people involved do to say if it will have long-term staying power. We all know that just being listed on an Exchange doesn't mean much anymore but certainly helps.

I agree that JR members with few posts releasing a coin does not help because people are very skeptical of people showing up out of nowhere and creating a coin. If they are JR member they should at least have some other type of community involvement or have a higher forum member vouch for them. While we may not know much about who is behind WorldCoin I do give this JR member credit for a launch that is so much better than other coin launches. Great communication, on-time release, frequent twitter updates. Nice job.

If you are going to create a coin and want it to stay around, please think seriously about the name.....JKC and PPC, doomed from the start. And why put a nationality on a coin, what is the point versus a global coin, like BTC or any other coin, wasn't that the point in the first place to be accepted world wide. (no need for CNC or RYC)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: GambitBTC on May 17, 2013, 03:56:12 AM
The number of coins are getting ridiculous....


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: justabitoftime on May 17, 2013, 06:29:15 AM
The number of coins are getting ridiculous....

The number of crappy soft drinks is ridiculous. Ever end up in a small town where the drink there's knockoff drinks you've never seen in your life? I'm pretty sure JoeBob's Yellow Drink didn't kill Pepsi's revenue last year.  :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: nulo0b on May 17, 2013, 11:19:00 AM
Idd, for a newb its a ftuuutck nightmare tbh...

Does even the veterans here what is profitable???

Now on bbq, good option?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 17, 2013, 02:03:57 PM
Idd, for a newb its a ftuuutck nightmare tbh...

Does even the veterans here what is profitable???

Now on bbq, good option?
http://www.coinchoose.com/
http://www.coinwarz.com
http://dustcoin.com/mining


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: AZIZ1977 on May 17, 2013, 10:42:26 PM
Goldcoin and worldcoin are best new comers.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: d5000 on May 18, 2013, 07:00:53 AM
An idea: group coins by families.

1) Bitcoin family (SHA-256 / PoW): Bitcoin, Namecoin, Devcoin, Terracoin
2) Tenebrix / Litecoin family (Scrypt / PoW): Litecoin, Tenebrix, Fairbrix, FeatherCoin, BBQ, CHN, RoyalCoin ...
3) PPC family (Proof-of-Stake): PPCoin, Novacoin, Yacoin, Bitbar
4) other cryptocurrencies


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: MrWizard on May 18, 2013, 07:16:49 AM
An idea: group coins by families.

1) Bitcoin family (SHA-256 / PoW): Bitcoin, Namecoin, Devcoin, Terracoin
2) Tenebrix / Litecoin family (Scrypt / PoW): Litecoin, Tenebrix, Fairbrix, FeatherCoin, BBQ, CHN, RoyalCoin ...
3) PPC family (Proof-of-Stake): PPCoin, Novacoin, Yacoin, Bitbar
4) other cryptocurrencies
Clicking on the "Algo" header will sort them this way.  Anyway, the profitability is of paramount importance.  Everything else is just good to know stuff.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: BitcoinBoard on May 18, 2013, 08:58:55 AM
You have left out Supercoin (SPC)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Cobra on May 18, 2013, 05:01:02 PM
At the rate coins are coming out people may temporarily jump ship from the current coin they are mining just for the speculation on it. This is not good for any previously released coin because it seems like it does not get a full chance to succeed beyond a pump and dump. This is how we end up with Bazaar threads in hopes someone wants to buy a new coin (or bar) that someone else may also have some blind faith in.

I wish the community could agree or vote on new coins first. If a coin gets a vote it should be in place for at least 2 weeks before any new coin can be released. In addition to BTC and LTC there should be no more than 3 other alt coins, each of them being different or bringing something of value to the table. A public calendar with coin release dates and all required information available at launch so it would be a fair release to all. If you have read to this point........don't actually expect anything previously mentioned to happen.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: joulesbeef on May 18, 2013, 07:43:24 PM
I cant see it keeping up. there are too many new coins for people to even grasp which ones to jump on. Eventually it will be hard as crap for a new coin to get any early adopters as the community starts to opt out of every single solitary new currency.

but then again, people are fools, so who knows.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Blue_oxen on May 19, 2013, 01:26:13 AM
I wish the community could agree or vote on new coins first. If a coin gets a vote it should be in place for at least 2 weeks before any new coin can be released.

People would just release them somewhere else.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: zero3112 on May 19, 2013, 02:04:42 AM
Is LQC Liquidcoin back from the dead?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: MrWizard on May 19, 2013, 09:33:20 AM
Is LQC Liquidcoin back from the dead?
Three prolific posters would like you to think so, bit NO it is not.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Bitcoin.Greece on May 19, 2013, 07:02:42 PM
add Powercoin ,worldcoin and nible as CANDIDATES


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: NullOp on May 19, 2013, 07:16:56 PM
The list doesn't have any of these coins...

SCC, NKC, YEC etc...

(etc = et cetera (not a coin ;-))

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=205886.msg2153112#msg2153112


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on May 19, 2013, 10:01:45 PM
ETC is a good name for another ihavenoideawhatiamdoingcoin.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: kjlimo on May 19, 2013, 10:49:29 PM
At the rate coins are coming out people may temporarily jump ship from the current coin they are mining just for the speculation on it. This is not good for any previously released coin because it seems like it does not get a full chance to succeed beyond a pump and dump. This is how we end up with Bazaar threads in hopes someone wants to buy a new coin (or bar) that someone else may also have some blind faith in.

I wish the community could agree or vote on new coins first. If a coin gets a vote it should be in place for at least 2 weeks before any new coin can be released. In addition to BTC and LTC there should be no more than 3 other alt coins, each of them being different or bringing something of value to the table. A public calendar with coin release dates and all required information available at launch so it would be a fair release to all. If you have read to this point........don't actually expect anything previously mentioned to happen.

people are voting with their websites, mining power, and purchasing power.  that's the free market for ya!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: zero3112 on May 20, 2013, 03:29:12 AM
What about GLDcoin?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 20, 2013, 03:39:16 PM
come changes made, please check and comment.

added like 10 new spam-coins
revived the NEW category.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: shakezula on May 20, 2013, 03:43:57 PM
Looks good! thanks for leaving Doubloons off the list, they aren't spam but they certainly aren't currency candidates yet either.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: baritus on May 20, 2013, 09:15:55 PM
It's digitalcoin not digicoin, and it was not moved up suddenly. There were announcements each time we were ahead of schedule and a count down that was also updated in the thread title and thread. The proof of all of this is the digitalcoin thread.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 20, 2013, 10:15:47 PM
It's digitalcoin not digicoin, and it was not moved up suddenly. There were announcements each time we were ahead of schedule and a count down that was also updated in the thread title and thread. The proof of all of this is the digitalcoin thread.

corrected to digitalcoin.

don't tell me what I red and saw. I saw at least 2 edits of OP changing what coin will be and when.

You said diff 1
I asked how did you mined it?
you said "slowly" and then pasted a picture of 4x gigabyte 79x0 card rig. like you mined it on GPUS...
than you edited OP that actualy it will start @ diff 0.1 but there will be no reward until diff 1
you said launch is predicted around thursday or smth
next day, when I check forum, and coin is launched 4 times quicker with 0.00024 diff and rewards from beginnig.
post  #7 and OP edited again....

I did go neutral on it. just posting facts, not my opinion.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: clint25n on May 20, 2013, 10:27:01 PM
I would just mention that Worldcoin was "falsely accused" of the premine part. Speculators can try to build a case about security and bloating, but a troll accused it of premining and build a rumor, so perhaps delete that one accusation.
Thx for this list of coins, nice job!

Referencing this trollversation
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206764.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 20, 2013, 10:43:47 PM
I would just mention that Worldcoin was "falsely accused" of the premine part. Speculators can try to build a case about security and bloating, but a troll accused it of premining and build a rumor, so perhaps delete that one accusation.
Thx for this list of coins, nice job!


premine and instamine are different things. not to have instamine you would have to make a start @ diff 1 that requires some serious coding, not just some parameters change.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: clint25n on May 20, 2013, 11:38:02 PM
premine and instamine are different things. not to have instamine you would have to make a start @ diff 1 that requires some serious coding, not just some parameters change.

Thank you for the input sir.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: baritus on May 21, 2013, 03:17:22 AM
I also mentioned that post was subject to change as things developed at any time for that reason.

There were multiple configurations being tested and I was updating as development progressed.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: FinShaggy on May 21, 2013, 05:03:18 AM
Awesome thread. I read all the coins, but some descriptions are kind of vague.
Do any of them match these? I want to make at least one, if not all of these in the next 5 years. Please contact me if you can help.

EDCoin- The coin meant to be mined by the computers in school libraries to help fund the education of our planet (since people know schools are mining them, they will be willing to buy coins for no extra motivation except to help schools). Allow schools to premine.

TestCoin: A coin so easy to mine, it can teach anyone how to use mining software, while making them feel like they are getting tons of coins (like 100,000 coins released per block or something). Also meant to be given away freely, to get people interested in Coins.

CoinCoin: A Coin that should never be exchanged for USD. A coin meant to be used to get coins with.

USA Coin- 50% of the coin goes to miners, 50% goes to paying off the huge national debt

Economy Coin- 50% of the coin goes to miners, 50% goes to trading for American dollars. The goal is to eventually constantly buy American dollars above value to stimulate the economy. Other countries could use it for the same purpose.

Charity Coin- 75% of the coins go to the company that made it, and the company gives out free mining machines once they start making money

Patient Coin- A coin whose value is measured in hash instead of dollars or Bitcoins

Solar Coin- The coin that is working towards making solar powered mining machines.

Seed Coin:
I am going to have thousands of seeds soon from a few different species of plants.
I want to make a coin that has no dollar value, but has multiple exchange rates listed in seed.

Collectable Coin-
A coin with such a low total amount that it will only be mined for a limited time. This coin could be used to test what will happen to Bitcoin when it runs out of coins to pay miners (there will have to be a transaction fee that goes to the miners)

NAFTA Coin- Basically make a "Canamexamerican" currency before the government makes one they can control

TexCoin- Coin to be announced in Texas, meant to help Texas detach itself from the National Debt of the country.

Water Coin- A coin that can be traded for clean drinking water (buy a bunch of water bottles to send out before launching the coin)

BioCoin- A coin that can be traded for Biodiesel

ETcoin- Meant to be the currency between humans and whatever extra terrestrial species we contact first (maybe like 10% goes into an account to be given to them when they get here). Basically it will be like when the Indians gave spices and stuff to Columbus.

ZombieCoin- A coin that is meant to die and come back to life repeatedly

SportsCoin- To be used between friends to bet on games

Slavecoin- Only available to merge mine. 100% of coins mined go to a Slavecoin faucet that lets out different amounts every time.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: temnize on May 21, 2013, 05:28:37 AM
good job


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 21, 2013, 09:28:40 AM
Awesome thread. I read all the coins, but some descriptions are kind of vague.
Do any of them match these? I want to make at least one, if not all of these in the next 5 years. Please contact me if you can help.
(list)

EDCoin - impossible to decentralize
TestCoin: easy
CoinCoin: impossible to force people what to do
USA Coin- hard to find gov official to convert coins on exchange, impossible to decentralize
Economy Coin - not complete idea, who gets the dollars?
Charity Coin- easy, but impossible to decentralize and high corruption risk
Patient Coin- impossible to force people what to measure with
Solar Coin- no way to force it in the protocol
Seed Coin: impossible to force people what to do
Collectable Coin- easy, with low or no economy, coin will die when reward drops to zero
NAFTA Coin- easy, just another clone
TexCoin- easy, just another clone
Water Coin- impossible to force people what to do
BioCoin- impossible to force people what to do
ETcoin- impossible to force people what to do
ZombieCoin- arent there a lot of them allready? mincoin , feathercoin, freicoin ?
SportsCoin- impossible to force people what to do
Slavecoin- quite easy


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Walt Sobchak on May 21, 2013, 01:26:53 PM
It's digitalcoin not digicoin, and it was not moved up suddenly. There were announcements each time we were ahead of schedule and a count down that was also updated in the thread title and thread. The proof of all of this is the digitalcoin thread.

corrected to digitalcoin.

don't tell me what I red and saw. I saw at least 2 edits of OP changing what coin will be and when.

You said diff 1
I asked how did you mined it?
you said "slowly" and then pasted a picture of 4x gigabyte 79x0 card rig. like you mined it on GPUS...
than you edited OP that actualy it will start @ diff 0.1 but there will be no reward until diff 1
you said launch is predicted around thursday or smth
next day, when I check forum, and coin is launched 4 times quicker with 0.00024 diff and rewards from beginnig.
post  #7 and OP edited again....

I did go neutral on it. just posting facts, not my opinion.

There was no premine, and at least the coin was not announced the second it was launched. You guys usually gripe about all coins having 0 diff at start, at least this was not the case. I sense the butthurt.

If you want to make a real coin list, regardless of how useless or not you believe they are, it should probably be neutral.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Walt Sobchak on May 21, 2013, 01:28:31 PM
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/List_of_alternative_cryptocurrencies

Could use an update, but much more neutral and informative nonetheless.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: FinShaggy on May 21, 2013, 02:58:06 PM
Awesome thread. I read all the coins, but some descriptions are kind of vague.
Do any of them match these? I want to make at least one, if not all of these in the next 5 years. Please contact me if you can help.
(list)

EDCoin - impossible to decentralize
1TestCoin: easy
2CoinCoin: impossible to force people what to do
3USA Coin- hard to find gov official to convert coins on exchange, impossible to decentralize
4Economy Coin - not complete idea, who gets the dollars?
5Charity Coin- easy, but impossible to decentralize and high corruption risk
6Patient Coin- impossible to force people what to measure with
7Solar Coin- no way to force it in the protocol
8Seed Coin: impossible to force people what to do
9Collectable Coin- easy, with low or no economy, coin will die when reward drops to zero
10NAFTA Coin- easy, just another clone
11TexCoin- easy, just another clone
12Water Coin- impossible to force people what to do
13BioCoin- impossible to force people what to do
14ETcoin- impossible to force people what to do
15ZombieCoin- arent there a lot of them allready? mincoin , feathercoin, freicoin ?
16SportsCoin- impossible to force people what to do
17Slavecoin- quite easy

1. Edcoin: Not impossible to decentralize. I bet if schools were given the option to premine, kids and insiders would be mining. And the schools goal would be to sell the coins, so they wouldn't be hoarding them for 51% control.

2. I'm not trying to force people. It's just the mission of the coin. There is a porncoin, but just because you have porncoins doesn't mean you have to go pay cam girls.

3. I never suggested that a government official be involved,.

4. Whoever makes the coin would get the coins and be responsible.

5. Who would want to decentralize a coin that is giving them free stuff. And every coin that gives money to the developer has a chance of corruption.

6. It is not impossible to force people to measure in hash. You just make multiple sites an forum threads about the price compared to hash. If they trade it for money, fine. That's on them.

7. There is to a way to force it into protocol. By giving a percentage to the coins developer.

8. Same as the hash coin, as long as I put the exchange rate, it's done. They can trade for cash if the want to between each other, but it will be listed as seeds.

Replying to the rest now, my computer is freezing up.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: FinShaggy on May 21, 2013, 03:02:01 PM
Awesome thread. I read all the coins, but some descriptions are kind of vague.
Do any of them match these? I want to make at least one, if not all of these in the next 5 years. Please contact me if you can help.
(list)

EDCoin - impossible to decentralize
1TestCoin: easy
2CoinCoin: impossible to force people what to do
3USA Coin- hard to find gov official to convert coins on exchange, impossible to decentralize
4Economy Coin - not complete idea, who gets the dollars?
5Charity Coin- easy, but impossible to decentralize and high corruption risk
6Patient Coin- impossible to force people what to measure with
7Solar Coin- no way to force it in the protocol
8Seed Coin: impossible to force people what to do
9Collectable Coin- easy, with low or no economy, coin will die when reward drops to zero
10NAFTA Coin- easy, just another clone
11TexCoin- easy, just another clone
12Water Coin- impossible to force people what to do
13BioCoin- impossible to force people what to do
14ETcoin- impossible to force people what to do
15ZombieCoin- arent there a lot of them allready? mincoin , feathercoin, freicoin ?
16SportsCoin- impossible to force people what to do
17Slavecoin- quite easy

9. No, the coin won't die. Have you not read about what happens to BTC when they run out of coins? This coin could be the test to see if we can for sure get that done.

10. True (Like China Coin)

11. True (same)

12. Not impossible. If you open THE ONLY water coin store, and the only thing you sell is water. Then it's done.

13. Not impossible, same situation.

14. No impossible to force people, since the coins are being saved in a wallet, they don't have to "do" anything.

15. Are those MEANT to fail?

16. Not impossible if you make the only website that accepts them

17. Hopefully.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: FinShaggy on May 21, 2013, 03:04:02 PM
And just because a few people deter from a coins mission does not mean its not working.

Just because someone trades a coin coin person to person, doesn't mean the world is over or the coin is finished.
It just means someone found a use for it besides its intended use.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: ecliptic on May 21, 2013, 09:37:36 PM
digitalcoin launched with an ascending block reward to combat premining.

i dont recall exactly but diff=1 is extremely difficult to mine the genesis block without a massive gpu cluster.  i think the developer realized this and created his ascending (something like 4->7->10->13->20[current block reward]) method to accomodate this and mitigate premining.  

If anything it deserves to be in "new" and worldcoin should be in "spam"

and the launch on the 20th was announced several days ahead of time, it was not 'sudden'


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: dotcoin.info on May 22, 2013, 12:46:05 AM
(big market, high securuty)

what is "securuty"

I am so sorry for the spelling nowadays.





Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: thinkoutside on May 24, 2013, 06:01:12 PM
You should add PXC PhenixCoin to the list.


Official Launch
http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=211165.0

Official Webpage
phenixcoin.com (http://phenixcoin.com)

Pools
phenixpool.com (http://phenixpool.com)

Casino
phenixpoker.com (http://phenixpoker.com)

25,000 PNX Poker giveaway
http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=214133.0

Current market (20LTC per 1000PXC):
http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=211603.0



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: kevindeangelis on May 25, 2013, 12:26:00 AM
I list a bunch of coins on my site that I just set up, along with their difficulties, rewards, etc.  Also shows which is the most profitable coin to mine with your current hashrates.
  I just launched the site the other day, so it's really new - I'm open for suggestions/comments on it!

http://www.WhereToMine.com (http://www.WhereToMine.com)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mrvegad on May 25, 2013, 11:59:50 AM
What's wrong with BBQ (besides the name i mean)?. If it's faster then LTC and seems stable why isn't it more accepted?  Looking for serious answer's please  ;D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: FinShaggy on May 26, 2013, 01:42:56 AM
I am making YouTube videos for various Alt-Currencies, what would you like to see said about these currencies (besides what is written). And which currencies would you add to the list?

Litecoin- If Bitcoin is Gold, this is Silver. Easier to mine.

BBQ Coin- Started as a joke

Devcoin- The ethical coin, 90% to developers, you can earn them by writing, developing web content or taking pictures

Bitbar- If Bitcoin is a gold coin, this is a gold coin. Hard to mine, EXTREMELY volatile market.

Namecoin-

PPCoin-

Novacoin-

Freicoin-

Feathercoin-Litecoin clone with 4x the coins

Chinacoin- Presented in China first

Yet Another Cryptocoin-

Royalcoin-

Goldcoin-

Luckycoin- Random giant blocks to reward miners extra sometimes.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Coin4me on May 26, 2013, 03:14:54 PM
Too many coins. So, are you listing all of them?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Branzig on May 27, 2013, 04:12:16 AM
You should add PXC PhenixCoin to the list.


Official Launch
http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=211165.0

Official Webpage
phenixcoin.com (http://phenixcoin.com)

Pools
phenixpool.com (http://phenixpool.com)

Casino
phenixpoker.com (http://phenixpoker.com)

25,000 PNX Poker giveaway
http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=214133.0

Current market (20LTC per 1000PXC):
http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=211603.0



I signed up and went through all of the hoops and never received an answer on how to create the PHX Phenixcoin address: So, I disagree that it should be included. If customer service is not your top priority, you will fail. BRANZIG.  >:( Unhappy customer  :o


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 27, 2013, 08:41:45 AM
You should add PXC PhenixCoin to the list.
......


I signed up and went through all of the hoops and never received an answer on how to create the PHX Phenixcoin address: So, I disagree that it should be included. If customer service is not your top priority, you will fail. BRANZIG.  >:( Unhappy customer  :o

It was added a long time ago. I add everything, bad or good. only thing - it has to work.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: kevindeangelis on May 27, 2013, 06:24:57 PM
I feel dizzy, too many alt coins.

haha, yes you're right.  I was hoping to make things a little easier with the site I just set up, but yes, I totally agree, there are a lot of them!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Tobius on May 27, 2013, 07:15:26 PM
What's wrong with BBQ (besides the name i mean)?. If it's faster then LTC and seems stable why isn't it more accepted?  Looking for serious answer's please  ;D

It was created as a joke and will remain as such


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: NullOp on May 28, 2013, 01:02:00 AM
Hi. I have been studying the cryptocurrency situation for a while now and think that there are not enough altcoins on the market. I am launching several new coins at the same time to provide a more robust portfolio...

Zimbabwe Dollar Coin ZDC. It has 21 million units maximum, but unnoticed software bugs (features) will make the decimal point move to the right every few years for newly mined blocks.

Ponzicoin PZC. 21 million total. The miners who make money in the first 10% of the 21 million receive a % from miners' rewards later. Next 10% of the 21 million receive a different cut. etc.

North Korea coin NKC. People who hold this coin think it is the best coin in the world and threaten to attack all other coins. It is difficult to buy food with this coin although some claim that they will permit cannibalism of body parts for NKC.

Kentucky Fried Chicken Coin. KFC. This is a physical blockchain of Kentucky Fried Chicken in WI, USA.  People are only allowed to eat from either end, not in the middle. Nobody can use a fork or we'll end up with multiple blockchains.

Dilute bitcoin coin DBC. This coin is intended to make all other alt coins lose value by its sheer existence on altcoin currency exchanges. Its consequence to bitcoin is unknown. It might make bitcoin more credible, or it might diliute it.

I Can't Wait Coin. ICWC This coin is intended to rush into use claiming to be innovative and having learnt from those before it. We don't need months or years to determine what didn't work and how to improve. Days and weeks are fine.

Pump and dump coin. PDC. Self explanatory. You should buy these now.

One Coin. OC. Only one coin is available. Premined. Capitalizes on the 'scarcity' of coins and ignores the ability to represent a coin using fractions. Note I'm selling 1 OC for 100 BTC or nearest offer.

Madoff Coin. MDC. Custom GPUs are needed for this coin. You can buy them from me. I promise good returns.

Pound Define coin #PDC. This coin is a better build of other alt coins that makes it easier for someone to create a new alt coin by just changing one line of code.

Pyramid Scheme Coin. PSC. The majority of the hashrate behind this coin is run by avalon asics hidden deep in the pyramids of Egypt.

Easter Egg Coin. EEG. This coin will have good adoption and everyone likes it. However it was all programmed by some reclusive guy in assembly language who disappeared 2 years ago saying "Good luck after 20.5 million...". I hope he meant well...

Regulated Coin. RC. Run by avalon ASICs at the IRS. Transaction fee is mandatory and equivalent to sales tax based on your IP address. All transactions have a bit to indicate whether for terrorist intentions or not. If a 0, then not for terrorist purposes. If a 1, then it is for terrorist purposes. If a 1, then the transaction fee is much higher and rumor has it that the military gets a bigger cut.

I trust my life savings to the core bitcoin devs coin. ITMLSTTCBDC. This coin requires a religious devotion to the devs who have a power to turn your coin inside out though rewrites to the algorithm and protocol. Insufficient devotion (likes on facebook) may result in the blockchain being rewritten with nasty messages about you.

Homeland Security Coin. HSC. 20% goes to HS. Mt Gox throws in 10% as well to keep things running smooth.

EDIT 05/16/13

Scamcoin. SCC. This is a great coin for trades across the bitcointalk forums. You send first. Scamcoin can also be traded to boost bitcointalk member status.

Awesome coin. AC. This is a clone of Royal Coin but has a better name and will therefore be more successful.

EDIT 05/16/13

ShitcoinCoin. Holding green was so yesterday. Brown is the new color of money.

Yeah Coin. YEC. This coin is immune to ASICs, Quantum computers, GPUs, Cores, Hyperthreading, CPUs, Transistors and Vacuums. It only recognizes rhymed couplets as proof of work that sufficiently resemble the works of Shakespeare. People started doing this manually but it became inefficient. Now thousands of monkeys have been diverted from the task of the infinite monkey theorem to mining Yeah Coin. Hell Yeah!

EDIT 05/18/13

Universe Coin. UVC Based on World Coin but operates on a larger scale. Transactions complete in 14.9 seconds so it will be the fastest. Rumor has it Martians premined but they are gullible for Scamcoin so good deals to be made.

DSC. Double spend coin. Spend your coins as many times as you want for a while. Transactions in 2 seconds.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Vlad2Vlad on May 28, 2013, 03:01:38 AM
I feel dizzy, too many alt coins.


This is nothing.  I've been doing research and apparently it's relevantly easy to start your own coin.  Success is not that easy but your own coin is not difficult as "Santoshi" did the math and physics part, which was the brilliant and difficult part.  

Now one just copies the bitcoin client, tweaks it, writes some new code for I forget which part and releases it.

Therefore I predict we will go from today's dozen or so coins on Vircurex to at least 100 in the next 12 months and it could get as high as 300 within 2 years.

The good:  lots of coins to mine for next to free if you have a good rig.  And also, each new coin makes improvements by building and improving on the flaws and strengths of the latter and thus eventually a near flawless, new super digital coin will be born which will give rise to true and efficient digital currencies and real cryptostock model, although in the end only a handful will survive as is the case in any new industry.

But this is all digital so it won't take 40 years but more like 2-5 years. Which in turn means millions can be made at "digital" speeds, speed of light, and I mean that quite literally.  There has never been anything like this where millions will be made in a matter of weeks or months by those who got in early and have the nerves of steel to not sell for that key $100,000 where most people feel rich and pull the trigger.

The bad:  it will be very hard to pick the next winner as time goes on and the field gets littered and so devcoin has a small window of opportunity in which to get noticed, get ahead and show it has an actual business plan, something no other digital currency has right now, thus, making it the first true CryptoStock.  

And as far as that goes the guys running devcoin are making all the right moves, especially given their very limited budget.  Imagine devcoin with a fraction of the value of bitcoin, it would take over the planet with its current business plan.

And if real investors (wallstreet) ever get the taste for blood in their mouths for cryptostocks, you can bet they'll first accumulate devcoin and then do what wallstreet does best, pump it and spin it into an oblivion of riches most on these boards have never dreamed of.  

Hold your devcoins as long as you can as I see things turning and changing very quickly and it should start to appear evident in the next few months, 3-6 months is my feeling.

Good luck!

Regards,

Vlad


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Vlad2Vlad on May 28, 2013, 03:08:43 AM
I am making YouTube videos for various Alt-Currencies, what would you like to see said about these currencies (besides what is written). And which currencies would you add to the list?

Litecoin- If Bitcoin is Gold, this is Silver. Easier to mine.

BBQ Coin- Started as a joke

Devcoin- The ethical coin, 90% to developers, you can earn them by writing, developing web content or taking pictures

Bitbar- If Bitcoin is a gold coin, this is a gold coin. Hard to mine, EXTREMELY volatile market.

Namecoin-

PPCoin-

Novacoin-

Freicoin-

Feathercoin-Litecoin clone with 4x the coins

Chinacoin- Presented in China first

Yet Another Cryptocoin-

Royalcoin-

Goldcoin-

Luckycoin- Random giant blocks to reward miners extra sometimes.

Finshaggy, definitely add IXcoin as its identical to bitcoin, except it fully matures much sooner, with only a max of 21 million coins when it fully matures much earlier than bitcoin, in 2015 I think.

Ixcoin shouldn't be at 1 penny while other coins with 15 times as many coins like feather coin (380 Million coins) sells for 10 to 12 times more.  The only reason it's cheap is cause the developer premined like 580,000 coins but he's gone so ixCoin should be valued in line with other coins.

Edit:  finshaggy, add in the devcoin video that devcoin is "arguably" the most widely held global digital currency and it is the first real CryptoStock which has now turned from a pure digital currency into a real and growing business with paid employees all over the world and growing revenues while no other digital currency that I could find is even talking about a business plan or employees working to bring it awareness and revenues.  That is a major selling point as it adds real value to an otherwise worthless crypto coin.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: erk on May 28, 2013, 04:59:56 AM
Not sure about the accuracy of the DGC entry in the 1st post:

Quote
-DGC DigitalCoin- preannouced for 23rd as diff 1, but than suddenly launched on 20th with 0.00024 diff

The pre-anounce thread is here from Sun May 19th.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=209508.0

It announcement says the coin is to be launched on Monday the 20th and it was. I was waiting for it and started mining within minutes of the link to the binaries appearing in the thread.


The pre-announcement also says:

Quote
Difficulty: Starts at 0.00024414 - It will take 6-8 difficulty adjustments (or ~13000 blocks) to reach desired difficulty of 1








Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: kevindeangelis on May 28, 2013, 05:45:13 AM
I'm new to mining and trying to find some historical data on some of the alt coins for my site www.WhereToMine.com (http://www.WhereToMine.com) . Anyone have any suggested sites/api's that I can use?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 28, 2013, 09:04:20 AM
Not sure about the accuracy of the DGC entry in the 1st post:

Quote
-DGC DigitalCoin- preannouced for 23rd as diff 1, but than suddenly launched on 20th with 0.00024 diff

The pre-anounce thread is here from Sun May 19th.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=209508.0

It announcement says the coin is to be launched on Monday the 20th and it was. I was waiting for it and started mining within minutes of the link to the binaries appearing in the thread.

The pre-announcement also says:

Quote
Difficulty: Starts at 0.00024414 - It will take 6-8 difficulty adjustments (or ~13000 blocks) to reach desired difficulty of 1


Announce post was edited. entry is accurate.





Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: erk on May 28, 2013, 09:32:25 AM
Not sure about the accuracy of the DGC entry in the 1st post:

Quote
-DGC DigitalCoin- preannouced for 23rd as diff 1, but than suddenly launched on 20th with 0.00024 diff

The pre-anounce thread is here from Sun May 19th.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=209508.0

It announcement says the coin is to be launched on Monday the 20th and it was. I was waiting for it and started mining within minutes of the link to the binaries appearing in the thread.

The pre-announcement also says:

Quote
Difficulty: Starts at 0.00024414 - It will take 6-8 difficulty adjustments (or ~13000 blocks) to reach desired difficulty of 1


Announce post was edited. entry is accurate.





It doesn't mention the fail launch poilicy that was used and sounds like a back pedal on the difficulty when it was pretty unique and fair.

Quote
Fair Launch
Block
1080 -  Difficulty up until here is 0.00024414. Block reward of 2.

2160 -  Difficulty up until here is 0.00024414. Block reward of 1.

3240 -  Difficulty up until here is 0.00097656. Block reward of 2.

4320 -  Difficulty up until here is 0.00390624. Block reward of 5.

5400 -  Difficulty up until here is 0.01562496. Block reward of 8

6480 -  Difficulty up until here is 0.06249984. Block reward of 11.

7560 -  Difficulty up until here is 0.24999936. Block reward of 14

8640 -  Difficulty up until here is 0.98165069. Block reward of 17.



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: superarthur on May 28, 2013, 04:12:12 PM
Sorry if this is a stupid question. What does diff resonance and hi diff slowdown mean?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Wolf0 on May 28, 2013, 05:19:13 PM
LKY didn't have an ultra-instamine, the author got a more reasonable amount of coins, especially compared to most coins. The dev gets a million coins and you call it an instamine, the dev gets a few thousand, and all of a sudden it's an ultra-instamine?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 28, 2013, 07:06:04 PM
Sorry if this is a stupid question. What does diff resonance and hi diff slowdown mean?

There are no stupid questions.

Difficulty resonance happens when retarget algorithm is to fast and has no inertia. It enables some miners to abuse the system creating huge swings in difficulty
this makes chain hard to use and hard to mine.

Hi difficulty slowdown happens when retarget algorithm is to slow and has no inertia. it makes mining of a coin unprofitable for a long period of time making confirmations super slow and network is hard to use.

LKY didn't have an ultra-instamine, the author got a more reasonable amount of coins, especially compared to most coins. The dev gets a million coins and you call it an instamine, the dev gets a few thousand, and all of a sudden it's an ultra-instamine?

It was an idea to disable instamine by super big diff jump at the begining. noble and smart. but instead, acctualy diff jumped after many many diff 0 blocks that where  instamined at rampage speed and than bum! diff jump before anyone can start mining. also everybody was lured away from solomining by a promise of a pool being ready on coin launch, but pool was faulty or fake. additionally there is a premine not only unannounced, but with checkpoint shamelessly put into source code. also code was bad , no  primary node hardcoded and peer-search faulty - no connections untill you mannually add a node - further minimalizing chance that someone could get some of the easy blocks.

Do You still want me to change LKY description? I believe I did go super neutral on it.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Wolf0 on May 28, 2013, 10:54:56 PM
Sorry if this is a stupid question. What does diff resonance and hi diff slowdown mean?

There are no stupid questions.

Difficulty resonance happens when retarget algorithm is to fast and has no inertia. It enables some miners to abuse the system creating huge swings in difficulty
this makes chain hard to use and hard to mine.

Hi difficulty slowdown happens when retarget algorithm is to slow and has no inertia. it makes mining of a coin unprofitable for a long period of time making confirmations super slow and network is hard to use.

LKY didn't have an ultra-instamine, the author got a more reasonable amount of coins, especially compared to most coins. The dev gets a million coins and you call it an instamine, the dev gets a few thousand, and all of a sudden it's an ultra-instamine?

It was an idea to disable instamine by super big diff jump at the begining. noble and smart. but instead, acctualy diff jumped after many many diff 0 blocks that where  instamined at rampage speed and than bum! diff jump before anyone can start mining. also everybody was lured away from solomining by a promise of a pool being ready on coin launch, but pool was faulty or fake. additionally there is a premine not only unannounced, but with checkpoint shamelessly put into source code. also code was bad , no  primary node hardcoded and peer-search faulty - no connections untill you mannually add a node - further minimalizing chance that someone could get some of the easy blocks.

Do You still want me to change LKY description? I believe I did go super neutral on it.

I joined the pool before coin launch and have mined on it constantly, and am mining on it now. The pool wasn't fake. Also, it makes sense that there were SOME diff 0 blocks, as it had to get miners before it's super fast difficulty changing could kick in. Additionally, I got connections without manually adding a node. I don't know about the rest of what you said, though.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: pand70 on May 28, 2013, 11:04:53 PM
Thanks for this list.  :-*


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: btbrae on May 29, 2013, 03:22:39 AM
There are no stupid questions.

What happens if you put someone's foot in your mouth and it's raining Whoopi Goldbergs?

PS. thanks for the list, donating when I'm home.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 29, 2013, 08:32:18 AM
There are no stupid questions.

What happens if you put someone's foot in your mouth and it's raining Whoopi Goldbergs?

PS. thanks for the list, donating when I'm home.

It means you are on LSD, or trying to make a stupid question :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: cycloid on May 29, 2013, 09:21:37 AM
Awesome thread, just want to say thank you :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Amph on May 29, 2013, 09:49:58 AM
there is an exchange site for all of them?
how to know the most profitable in real time?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on May 29, 2013, 10:23:56 AM
there is an exchange site for all of them?
how to know the most profitable in real time?

exchanges
https://www.cryptsy.com/
https://bter.com/
https://mcxnow.com/
https://btc-e.com/
https://vircurex.com/

mining profitability
http://www.coinchoose.com/
http://www.coinwarz.com/
http://dustcoin.com/mining
http://www.wheretomine.com/







Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Noitev on May 29, 2013, 01:29:38 PM
oo oo add mine!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: kevindeangelis on May 29, 2013, 05:43:28 PM
there is an exchange site for all of them?
how to know the most profitable in real time?

exchanges
https://www.cryptsy.com/
https://bter.com/
https://mcxnow.com/
https://btc-e.com/
https://vircurex.com/

mining profitability
http://www.coinchoose.com/
http://www.coinwarz.com/
http://dustcoin.com/mining
http://www.wheretomine.com/


Thanks for adding my site!!  +1000! :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: swordfish6975 on May 30, 2013, 08:29:31 AM
once you have some coins come to my site and plug the numbers in, it will help you to keep track of them all :D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: webosftw on May 31, 2013, 06:39:27 AM
I can't even keep track of all these new coins... :/


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: kevindeangelis on May 31, 2013, 06:41:17 AM
I can't even keep track of all these new coins... :/

Hopefully my site should help you a little bit ... as for getting wallets ... well, oh! maybe I should add links for those too.  Thanks for the suggestion! :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Xmansk on May 31, 2013, 08:50:13 PM
Not sure about the accuracy of the DGC entry in the 1st post:

Quote
-DGC DigitalCoin- preannouced for 23rd as diff 1, but than suddenly launched on 20th with 0.00024 diff

The pre-anounce thread is here from Sun May 19th.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=209508.0

It announcement says the coin is to be launched on Monday the 20th and it was. I was waiting for it and started mining within minutes of the link to the binaries appearing in the thread.

The pre-announcement also says:

Quote
Difficulty: Starts at 0.00024414 - It will take 6-8 difficulty adjustments (or ~13000 blocks) to reach desired difficulty of 1


Announce post was edited. entry is accurate.

Hm I was watching the launch and i did not registred such information. Even now i list back the thread and i have found this post https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=209508.msg2203852#msg2203852
Even if announce post was edited, (which make sense - because you need to keep people informed) that post was posted in the thread. At least me as a user, I have no problem to understand when the launch will be...

Anyway, more general describtion should be added about this coin. The current description is useless, and in my PERSONAL opinion - it is misleading


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: MaGNeT on June 02, 2013, 09:44:08 AM
I don't see DragonCoin in this list, needs an update :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xchrix on June 02, 2013, 09:14:31 PM
xorxor can you please add cryptocoincharts.info to your info. i have charts for the most of the listed altcoins (as far as they are on a exchange with an API)
thank you


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: The_Catman on June 02, 2013, 09:17:20 PM
I don't see DragonCoin in this list, needs an update :)

Also no BarCoin (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=217636.0), should be listed under "NOT AN OPENSOURCE COMMODITY CRYPTO COIN /  NEVER FULLY LAUNCHED". It's a demonstration coin like smallchange but it does have a functional blockchain.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: ZeRo103 on June 03, 2013, 06:40:37 AM
Not sure about the accuracy of the DGC entry in the 1st post:

Quote
-DGC DigitalCoin- preannouced for 23rd as diff 1, but than suddenly launched on 20th with 0.00024 diff

The pre-anounce thread is here from Sun May 19th.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=209508.0

It announcement says the coin is to be launched on Monday the 20th and it was. I was waiting for it and started mining within minutes of the link to the binaries appearing in the thread.

The pre-announcement also says:

Quote
Difficulty: Starts at 0.00024414 - It will take 6-8 difficulty adjustments (or ~13000 blocks) to reach desired difficulty of 1


Announce post was edited. entry is accurate.




So what if it was edited ... was edited before launch not after ... I, like everybody else were mining from 1st day ... and you make it sound like he cheated because was launched earlier. Everybody who was interested was there from day 1 and everybody else on forums are saying that was a fair launch. You probably should do more research before posting ... and probably you should remove all those dieing coins (CHC, BQC ... ).


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: The_Catman on June 03, 2013, 07:58:02 AM
So what if it was edited ... was edited before launch not after ... I, like everybody else were mining from 1st day ... and you make it sound like he cheated because was launched earlier. Everybody who was interested was there from day 1 and everybody else on forums are saying that was a fair launch. You probably should do more research before posting ... and probably you should remove all those dieing coins (CHC, BQC ... ).

Yeah, it was edited less than 24hrs before the new launch. That's pretty scammy, I dare say even scummy, and well within the definition of "suddenly launched before the originally set date with little warning". I like the coin but I can't refuse the facts. xorxor wasn't even negative about it, he just stated it exactly how it is.

There's no reason to remove dying coins from the list, there's a section specifically for them and that's exactly where they should be. If we just hide away the dead someones doomed to make the same mistake they did. (Though they'll probably do it anyway.)

BBQCoin isn't even dying, it's made quite a come back recently and is occasionally more profitable to mine than BTC.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Amph on June 03, 2013, 12:06:54 PM
bitcoin shouldn't be major, but "the one above all" slot


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: baritus on June 03, 2013, 08:31:56 PM
So what if it was edited ... was edited before launch not after ... I, like everybody else were mining from 1st day ... and you make it sound like he cheated because was launched earlier. Everybody who was interested was there from day 1 and everybody else on forums are saying that was a fair launch. You probably should do more research before posting ... and probably you should remove all those dieing coins (CHC, BQC ... ).

Yeah, it was edited less than 24hrs before the new launch. That's pretty scammy, I dare say even scummy, and well within the definition of "suddenly launched before the originally set date with little warning". I like the coin but I can't refuse the facts. xorxor wasn't even negative about it, he just stated it exactly how it is.

There's no reason to remove dying coins from the list, there's a section specifically for them and that's exactly where they should be. If we just hide away the dead someones doomed to make the same mistake they did. (Though they'll probably do it anyway.)

BBQCoin isn't even dying, it's made quite a come back recently and is occasionally more profitable to mine than BTC.

You dare say a lot of things you know nothing about.

I had specifically told everyone the date was only an estimate. I updated it as it got sooner and let everyone know as it got closer, not 24 hours before.

Have you ever heard of a little thing called motive? One of the major things needed to actually make an argument against someone and not just have an opinion? If there were any bad intentions, why would I announce as I went along? Why would I say the date is an estimate? Why would I say 24 hours before?

Ultimately, why would I build in fairness? Early rewards that were pretty much worthless until everyone who was interested in the coin was able to be involved.

This thread is an opinion by a biased poster who has his own favourites and what not. It should only be taken as such.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: The_Catman on June 03, 2013, 10:20:26 PM
So what if it was edited ... was edited before launch not after ... I, like everybody else were mining from 1st day ... and you make it sound like he cheated because was launched earlier. Everybody who was interested was there from day 1 and everybody else on forums are saying that was a fair launch. You probably should do more research before posting ... and probably you should remove all those dieing coins (CHC, BQC ... ).

Yeah, it was edited less than 24hrs before the new launch. That's pretty scammy, I dare say even scummy, and well within the definition of "suddenly launched before the originally set date with little warning". I like the coin but I can't refuse the facts. xorxor wasn't even negative about it, he just stated it exactly how it is.

There's no reason to remove dying coins from the list, there's a section specifically for them and that's exactly where they should be. If we just hide away the dead someones doomed to make the same mistake they did. (Though they'll probably do it anyway.)

BBQCoin isn't even dying, it's made quite a come back recently and is occasionally more profitable to mine than BTC.

You dare say a lot of things you know nothing about.

I had specifically told everyone the date was only an estimate. I updated it as it got sooner and let everyone know as it got closer, not 24 hours before.

Have you ever heard of a little thing called motive? One of the major things needed to actually make an argument against someone and not just have an opinion? If there were any bad intentions, why would I announce as I went along? Why would I say the date is an estimate? Why would I say 24 hours before?

Ultimately, why would I build in fairness? Early rewards that were pretty much worthless until everyone who was interested in the coin was able to be involved.

This thread is an opinion by a biased poster who has his own favourites and what not. It should only be taken as such.

I think you're entirely misunderstanding what is being said.

If the post was made on the 19th and the launch date was later changed from the 23rd to the 20th then there's no way there was much more than 24hrs. before the change. That is the definition of a sudden launch with little warning. That's all xorxor said, he never even said it was a bad thing. There is absolutely no displayed bias on xorxor's ("the thread's") part.

I said it felt scammy (well I meant to, but I missed the "feel" in my original statement, oops), which it does, especially with the difficulty being so much lower than originally stated. That doesn't mean I'm saying the coin is a scam or even personally believe it to be. Hell, I even said I like the coin. I even designed a proper coin style logo for it.

I don't really how to respond to that bit about motive, I'm not sure what you're getting at there...


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: TitanBTC on June 04, 2013, 02:09:04 AM
I'd like to see a pro's and cons modification to the list from the perspective of professional miners.  I'm looking into setting up a pretty large mining farm and it would be great to know people's perspectives on which coins are effectively protected from ASICs, or which ones have a high potential for future value based on the improvements they've made on the BTC protocol.

Kind of like an OP ED piece from a place of experience.  It's sometimes hard to tell who has valid opinions based on experience as I wade through these forums.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Praxis on June 04, 2013, 04:04:16 PM
Quote
WDC Worldcoin-diff resonance Another LTC clone. ultra fast.  criticized for instamine

"Criticized for instamine"? By whom? Based on what?

I thought the opposite was true. Most people liked WDC precisely because its launch was so transparent without premine.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 04, 2013, 05:30:40 PM
Quote
WDC Worldcoin-diff resonance Another LTC clone. ultra fast.  criticized for instamine

"Criticized for instamine"? By whom? Based on what?

I thought the opposite was true. Most people liked WDC precisely because its launch was so transparent without premine.


Started with diff 0.00024 and block time 15s.... this was not an ordinary orphanfest, this one had whole chains geting 51% all the time, people had confirmed tens of blocks and BOOM disapeared. such a low diff with such a low blocktime was kept being overtaken not by 51%, but by 5%!!. someone with 100+ instances running in the single LAN had latency so low, that he orphaned the whole rest of internet not even having a lot of hashpower. that is realy hardcore instamine.  instamine and premine is not the same thing. instamine hapens after launch if parameters are set poorly or intentionally bad. premine happens before launch.

Read all the announce thread.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: chriswilmer on June 04, 2013, 11:07:33 PM
It's pretty awesome that you maintain this list. Very handy!!!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: kimoto on June 05, 2013, 09:05:30 AM
MAJOR
MΣC Megacoin - Updated Core, Scrypt, 2.5min blocks, Fast 22.5min difficulty retarget. 42 million coins.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: The_Catman on June 05, 2013, 09:11:40 AM
MAJOR
MΣC Megacoin - Updated Core, Scrypt, 2.5min blocks, Fast 22.5min difficulty retarget. 42 million coins.

Keep telling yourself that.  ::)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: bnogal on June 05, 2013, 05:03:20 PM
I dont understand why:
-MNC Mincoin- diff resonance similar to BBQ, but very bad launch [no binaries + 25000% superblocks] giving 10% of all coins to insiders.
-CNC CHNCoin-hi diff slowdown similar to BBQ, announced on chinese forum first.
-JKC JKC- low diff started as a joke, but now working ok. low starting diff and slow retarget like BTE, FTC, MNC, CNC
-YAC YACoin-  Yet Another altCoin. NovaCoin fork, with modified hashing - for now CPU-ONLY
-WDC Worldcoin

are over DGC




Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: The_Catman on June 05, 2013, 05:11:32 PM
I dont understand why:
-MNC Mincoin- diff resonance similar to BBQ, but very bad launch [no binaries + 25000% superblocks] giving 10% of all coins to insiders.
-CNC CHNCoin-hi diff slowdown similar to BBQ, announced on chinese forum first.
-JKC JKC- low diff started as a joke, but now working ok. low starting diff and slow retarget like BTE, FTC, MNC, CNC
-YAC YACoin-  Yet Another altCoin. NovaCoin fork, with modified hashing - for now CPU-ONLY
-WDC Worldcoin

are over DGC

There's no particular order to this, DGC just hasn't been moved from the New section yet.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 05, 2013, 06:37:50 PM
I dont understand why:
-MNC Mincoin- diff resonance similar to BBQ, but very bad launch [no binaries + 25000% superblocks] giving 10% of all coins to insiders.
-CNC CHNCoin-hi diff slowdown similar to BBQ, announced on chinese forum first.
-JKC JKC- low diff started as a joke, but now working ok. low starting diff and slow retarget like BTE, FTC, MNC, CNC
-YAC YACoin-  Yet Another altCoin. NovaCoin fork, with modified hashing - for now CPU-ONLY
-WDC Worldcoin

are over DGC

There's no particular order to this, DGC just hasn't been moved from the New section yet.

yes, DGC goes there next update.

Exchange rate and difficulty fluctuation is very big. not to change the list twice a day, I use big hysteresis and inertia in those changes.

in next update, I will remove most if not all data, that can be taken as negative.  

instamine / missed date / no binaries / etc   ->   this data is going to be removed.
I dont need discussion with zealots - Ill go even more neutral.

please PM me the coin You would like to see in an update.




Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: bnogal on June 05, 2013, 07:55:56 PM
I am not a zealot, i am terran user :P

Anyway i was just asking cause checking what can i mine i only see movement in DGC, so i was thinking if it is cause people is trying to pump it or it is cause there are people supporting it (or both)



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 05, 2013, 09:04:54 PM
I am not a zealot, i am terran user :P

Anyway i was just asking cause checking what can i mine i only see movement in DGC, so i was thinking if it is cause people is trying to pump it or it is cause there are people supporting it (or both)


the only way to tell the difference between pump and support is to wait and see if it stays. Thats why no coin can advance or degrade quickly.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: jmbinfo on June 05, 2013, 09:46:51 PM
Please add AMC...especially with the recent info regarding btce: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219165.460


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: walnutter on June 09, 2013, 02:35:42 AM
That list is missing EzCoin - EZC - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=220103.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: revilo on June 09, 2013, 07:43:43 AM
One of the best looking new coins is StableCoin
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227766.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Branzig on June 09, 2013, 12:20:14 PM
One of the best looking new coins is StableCoin
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227766.0

Nice!

-Branzig.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 10, 2013, 01:04:44 PM
THE ORIGINAL CRYPTOCOIN LIST

MAJOR:
(big market, high security)

-BTC Bitcoin -  first, strongest, most accepted, most mined, high volume market, a true currency
-LTC Litecoin -  second only to BTC , faster than BTC, Smaller efficiency gap between GPUs and CPUs , ASIC-hostile
-NMC Namecoin merged mined with BTC, used for alternative p2p domain system
-PPC PPcoin   Proof Of Stake [very innovative, low energy ] , compatibile with BTC miners

MINOR:
(established, but small)

-TRC Terracoin diff resonance . based on BTC, many diff algo updates, still bad.
-DVC Devcoin merged mined with BTC, 90% of generation goes to foundation, 10% to miners
-IXC IxCoin merged mined with BTC,  premined 580k coins but still alive
-NVC NovaCoin -  scrypt hashing[like LTC] , proof of stake [like PPC] , controversial start
-FRC Freicoin - hi diff slowdown  4.89% anual demurrage. for the first 3 years 80% block subsidy goes to foundation, 20% to miners
-FTC FeatherCoin- WARNING BLOCKCHAIN 51%'ed LTC clone with 4x more coins.

CANDIDATES:
(new, but secure hashpower)

-BTE Bytecoin- hi diff slowdown the 1:1 bitcoin copy, nothing changed. extremally high starting hype/hashrate.
-BQC BBQCoin- diff resonance forgotten after 51% attack on launch, now revived and active. super fast version of LTC.
-MNC Mincoin- diff resonance similar to BBQ, but very bad launch [no binaries + 25000% superblocks] giving 10% of all coins to insiders.
-CNC CHNCoin-hi diff slowdown similar to BBQ, announced on chinese forum first.
-BTB BitBar-  scarce version  of  NovaCoin. low starting diff like FTC and CNC, but quick adjustment.
-JKC JKC- low diff started as a joke, but now working ok. low starting diff and slow retarget like BTE, FTC, MNC, CNC
-YAC YACoin-  Yet Another altCoin. NovaCoin fork, with modified hashing - for now CPU-ONLY
-WDC Worldcoin-diff resonance Another LTC clone. ultra fast.  criticized for instamine,  bloating and low security. Active support

NEW:
(mainly spam)

-RYC Royalcoin- Another LTC clone, starting with low diff and superblocks like MNC ...
-FRK Franko- Another faster LTC, again 0.00... starting diff. scarce.
-NBL nibble- A try for nice, no-instamine start. failed to launch on time
-PWC powercoin- instamine clone
-SRC sunrisecoin- instamine clone
-GLD gldcoin- instamine clone
-SPC supercoin- instamine clone
-BTG bitgem- instamine clone, scarse
-DGC DigitalCoin- preannouced for 23rd as diff 1, but than suddenly launched on 20th with 0.00024 diff
-doubloons- instamine clone
-PXC PhenixCoin- ltc clone, 1'000'000 coins premined
-LKY LuckyCoin- very nice idea for disabling instamine, but used for ultra instamine instead... ,random superblocks.
-MEM MEMEcoin- openly made for maximum instamine - superblocks and sudden launch.

DEAD / DYING :

-ELACoin- a try for less unfair, preannounced start and build-in inlfation. tripple-failed launch
-FTC Gamecoin- yes, FTC. clone so bad it was 51%'ed the first day.
-LQC Liquidcoin made to be very fast at constant difficulty, dead [pool closed, exchange closed]
-SC Solidcoin - dying (10-20% fee), designed to improove IxCoin, hard to be neutral on this one, 1.0 was a premine scam, 2.0 says BTC is pyramid scheme.
-GG Geist Geld experiment on BTC algorithm, how fast can it go? just for sience.
-TBX Tenebrix great idea of cpu-friendly mining with scrypt, but premined with 7.7milion coins - alive but little support due to premining
-FBX Fairbrix - Tenebrix without the premine, bad launch,  alive but little support.
-I0C I0coin - ixcoin without the premine. Dead
-CLC Coiledcoin - some nice ideas, but killed in 51% attack
-RUC Rucoin - copy of bitcoin, only difference is that it was developed in russian not english.than reborn much different, not confirmed if it is the same blockchain,  both scrypt[like LTC] and sha256d , nice client !warning! not opensource ! dying again
-TimeKoin - PHP webbased coin, alive but not used or traded.
-Beertokens -abitious [impossible?] try to stabilize price against commodity.
-MMM MMMcoin - Dead coin by notorious scamer SPMavrodi, named "yes we can" "my mozem mnogoye"

NOT AN OPENSOURCE COMMODITY CRYPTO COIN /  NEVER FULLY LAUNCHED:

eCash historical try for digital curency by David Chaum, operational but died. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DigiCash
DigiCash was the company that made eCash . Possibly where Bitcoin came from.
Ripples (XRP) - http://ripple.com , no mining - all coins available at start 80% foundation, and 20% develeopers. centralized, not opensource. not designed to be a currency, but an IOU exchange. Very innovative and usefull, but "not a coin"
Amazon Coin - centralized private scrip launched by Amazon and pegged to USD, not cryptographic at all, just a name.
WEEDS never realy active and now dead - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24209.msg300830#msg300830
Groupcoin - still alive but never realy active  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24813.0
Opencoin - opensource version of digicash, opencoin.org , not launched yet
RealPay  100% coins at start, centralized, never realy launched ,site is dead https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?all=;topic=62565.0
Qubic coins are produced at the rate determined by quorum of miners, not set by developers. Never launched.
Swiftcoin company operated, centralized and pegged, not opensource http://www.firstnationalbnak.com/faq
SMC smallchange functioning blockchain, but made just for research. might be a coin if reset.

-------------------------------------end of list------------------------------------------------------

More information :

BTC Bitcoin - http://bitcoin.org/
 blocks every 10 min, 21 million coins will be available, difficulty adjustment 2016 blocks, hashing algorithm double-SHA-256, initial reward 50 coins
LTC Litecoin - http://litecoin.org/ ; https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=47417.0
 blocks every 2.5 min, 82 million coins will be available, difficulty adjustment 2016 blocks, hashing algorithm scrypt  Reward 50coins per block
NMC Namecoin - http://namecoin.info/ ; https://github.com/vinced/namecoin
 hashing algorithm double-SHA-256 Reward 50 coins per block
PPC PPcoin - http://ppcoin.org/ ; https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=101820.0
 blocks every 10 min, difficulty adjustment each block, hashing SHA-256
DVC Devcoin - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=34586.0
 blocks every 10 min, constant generation coins will be available, difficulty adjustment 2016 blocks, hashing algorithm double-SHA-256 Reward 50,000 coins per block,
TRC  Terracoin - http://terracoin.org/
 blocks every 2 minutes, 42 million coins will be available, difficulty adjustment 30 blocks, hashing algorithm SHA-256 Reward 20 coins per block
NovaCoin - had a controversial half-stealth launch,  premined 110k were destroyed,  bitcointalk.org  topic (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=143221.0) difficulty adjustment each block, scrypt hashing , dynamic ROI
FRC  Freicoin - http://www.freicoin.org/ ; https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=89843.0
 10 minutes block, difficulty retargeting every 2016 blocks,
IXC Ixcoin - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=36218.0
 blocks every 10 min, 21 million coins will be available, difficulty adjustment 2016 blocks, Reward 96 coins per block
-FC FeatherCoin- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178286.0
reward 200 coins, retarget 2016 blocks,  total of 336 million coins

Bytecoin start with binaries available and no premine.
 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=164569.0 http://www.bytecoin.in/ [future]
BBQ BBQCoin - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=93437.0 , http://bbqcoin.org/
 retarget every 60 blocks, 42 BQC reward, block every minute.
MNC Mincoin https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=165397.0 , start without binaries!
reward of ~1 milion coins on start , than 2 coins per block. block every minute.
CNC CHNCoin https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=192243.0 chncoin.org (http://chncoin.org)
 retarget every 5040 blocks, 88 CNC reward, block every minute.
BTB BitBar https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=193519.0 bitbar.biz (http://bitbar.biz)
small reward of maximum 1 BTB and droping on higher difficulty.
JKC JKC https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=194756.0
YAC YACoin https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=196196.0
-WDC Worldcoin- 15s blocks https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=204894.0

RYC Royalcoin https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=199839.0
FRK Franko https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=202417.0 http://frankos.org/
30s blocks, 11million available

LQC Liquidcoin - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=60026.0
 blocks every 10 minutes, no cap on coin supply, Constant difficulty of 0.5, Coin reward drops over time to a minimum of 1 coin
Qubic - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=112676.0
SC Solidcoin - https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/SolidCoin ; http://solidcoin.info/
GG Geist Geld - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=42417.0 ; https://github.com/Lolcust/GeistGeld
TBX Tenebrix - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=45667.0 ; https://github.com/Lolcust/Tenebrix
FBX Fairbrix - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=46528.0 ; https://github.com/coblee/Fairbrix
I0C I0coin - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=36425.0 ; https://github.com/kr105rlz/i0coin
CLC Coiledcoin - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=56675.0
RUC Rucoin - https://www.rucoin.org/ ;  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=48582.0
difficulty adjustment 72 blocks, hashing algorithm SHA-256d and scrypt, Reward 50 coins per block
TimeKoin - http://timekoin.org/ - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=88467.0
-Beertokens - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=9493.0
MMM MMMcoin - site is dead ; 30s between blocks, retarget every 1440 blocks.  10T premined and 0.01 reward, fees "shredder" feature, 51% protection. Abandoned by developers


exchanges
https://www.cryptsy.com/
https://bter.com/
https://mcxnow.com/
https://btc-e.com/
https://vircurex.com/

mining profitability
http://www.coinchoose.com/
http://www.coinwarz.com/
http://dustcoin.com/mining
http://www.wheretomine.com/


--------------------------------Chronological list----------------------------------------------

Name       Symbol  Release   Author            
----------------------------------------
bitcoin       BTC     2009/01   satoshi          
namecoin   NMC     2011/04   vinced            
multicoin              2011/06   sacarlson
devcoin     DVC     2011/08   Unthinkingbit
ixcoin        IXC      2011/08   Nasakioto
solidcoin    SC       2011/08   CoinHunter
geist geld   GG      2011/09   Lolcust
tenebrix    TBX      2011/09   ArtForz, Lolcust  
rucoin       RUC     2011/10
fairbrix      FBX      2011/10   coblee
litecoin      LTC     2011/10   coblee
coiledcoin  CLC     2012/01   makomk
liquidcoin   LQC     2012/01   Nicksasa
timekoin              2012/06   knightmb
bbqcoin               2012/07   Cubox
ppcoin       PPC    2012/08   Sunny King    
qubic                  2012/09   Come-from-Beyond
terracoin   TRC     2012/10
freicoin      FRC     2012/12   maaku, jtimon
novacoin   NVC     2013/02   Balthazar
bytecoin    BTE     2013/04   Maria 2.0
mincoin      MNC    2013/04
feathercoin FTC    2013/04   bushstar
CHNcoin     CNC    2013/05  
BitBar        BTB     2013/05  
yacoin       YAC     2013/05   pocopoco
royalcoin             2013/05
franko                2013/05   defaced
gamecoin            2013/05
powercoin           2013/05   NWO
elacoin               2013/05   Milkshake
worldcoin            2013/05
gldcoin               2013/05
doubloons           2013/05   shakezula
sunrisecoin          2013/05   JohnDorien
supercoin            2013/05
bitgem                2013/05   mineral
digitalcoin           2013/05   baritus
nibble                 2013/05   hyoshi
phenixcoin           2013/05   JohnCar

Timeline list origin [Sunny King]: https://github.com/ppcoin/ppcoin/wiki/History-of-cryptocurrency

Corrections / additions are welcome.
If You find any information or categorization here hurtfull, unjust or wrong for any coin, please correct me.
 
 thx for input : FuzzyBear , Sunny King, Balthazar ,DannyM , ripper234 and others



I'm quoting myself to save the current list view. I'm deleting every info that might be considered negative.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 10, 2013, 03:17:35 PM
Big changes:

1 List rewriten - every information changed to strictly informative. List gone full neutral.

2 "NEW" categry renamed to "PURGATORY"

3 added MΣC FST PWC EZC HYC

4 DGC moved to "CANDIDATES"

5 JKC downgraded to purgatory



Let me know how you like it, and what coins should be added.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on June 10, 2013, 04:06:15 PM
2 "NEW" categry renamed to "PURGATORY"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbbMYapIOvA

 :D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: d5000 on June 11, 2013, 02:50:16 PM
BTE removal was intentional?

It's not totally dead, but has massive "hi diff slowdown". (I don't own BTE.) Could go in the category "Dead / Dying" or "Purgatory".


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 11, 2013, 04:33:16 PM
BTE removal was intentional?

It's not totally dead, but has massive "hi diff slowdown". (I don't own BTE.) Could go in the category "Dead / Dying" or "Purgatory".



Of course not!!!  Thank you for this notice, I was moving it to purgatory for this massive slowdown and forgot.
BTE had Great start, a lot of hashing power. I believe it could survive with only a beter difficulty algo.
I no longer put those status mesages. It was informative but not neutral.

BTE moved to purgatory.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: solracx on June 11, 2013, 04:43:41 PM
ZenithCoin ZTC

www.zenithcoin.com


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 11, 2013, 06:35:21 PM
ZenithCoin ZTC

www.zenithcoin.com

Yes, I know about this coin. It was to be launched no binaries, but failed to launch anyway, than people started using and trading beta, but id died, than someone relased your code under your coin name and than some one else did it and than you relased but failed and then next relase - did I missed something?

I could add it as re-re-re-re-re-re-launch under  "dead" or wait and see. I decided to wait and see , because this one is not a simple copy.

If I remember right, It's freicoin with scrypt-jane ?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: solracx on June 11, 2013, 08:07:00 PM
ZenithCoin ZTC

www.zenithcoin.com

Yes, I know about this coin. It was to be launched no binaries, but failed to launch anyway, than people started using and trading beta, but id died, than someone relased your code under your coin name and than some one else did it and than you relased but failed and then next relase - did I missed something?

I could add it as re-re-re-re-re-re-launch under  "dead" or wait and see. I decided to wait and see , because this one is not a simple copy.

If I remember right, It's freicoin with scrypt-jane ?


The binaries can be found here:  http://sourceforge.net/projects/zenithcoin/files

Mining started on 6/09/2013.

Yes, based on Freicoin, but Scrypt based.  Yes, there is possibility that the proof of work algorithm flips to other variants of Scrypt.  We however, selected Litecoin compatibility for initial mining run.    May change in the future, if need arises.

All info is in www.zenithcoin.com

Not an insta-mine coin,  1,728 blocks mined in first day.   


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: erk on June 11, 2013, 10:40:18 PM
ZenithCoin ZTC

www.zenithcoin.com

Yes, I know about this coin. It was to be launched no binaries, but failed to launch anyway, than people started using and trading beta, but id died, than someone relased your code under your coin name and than some one else did it and than you relased but failed and then next relase - did I missed something?

I could add it as re-re-re-re-re-re-launch under  "dead" or wait and see. I decided to wait and see , because this one is not a simple copy.

If I remember right, It's freicoin with scrypt-jane ?

Its a leech coin with 50% donation to some fund. Good luck paying the scrypt mining power bill with it, no ASIC to save you.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: jayo89 on June 12, 2013, 05:10:04 AM
GameCoin's ticker is now GME, the coin has been adopted by active and competent developers, and the 51% has been all but defeated with some changes to the difficulty algorithm.

The coin is now more agile and can easily survive even brutal hashrate drops with only minimal delay to transactions (fixing a problem plaguing most alts), as well as quickly adapting to a large hashrate spike to prevent abuse by bigger miners.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: bonker on June 12, 2013, 08:17:17 AM
I would like to add my own flavour of AltCoin:

Geschwindigkeitsbegrenzungencoin (GWKBZC)

It is basically a Litecoin derivative, immune to ASIC murder and monopolisation. In a nutshell, its the future of online currency.

Fountain availiable on request.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: bonker on June 12, 2013, 08:20:25 AM
Updated:

THE ORIGINAL CRYPTOCOIN LIST

MAJOR:
(big market, high security)

-BTC Bitcoin -  first, strongest, most accepted, most mined, high volume market, a true currency
-LTC Litecoin -  second only to BTC , faster than BTC, Smaller efficiency gap between GPUs and CPUs , ASIC-hostile
-NMC Namecoin merged mined with BTC, used for alternative p2p domain system
-PPC PPcoin   Proof Of Stake [very innovative, low energy ] , compatibile with BTC miners

MINOR:
(established, but small)

-TRC Terracoin diff resonance . based on BTC, many diff algo updates, still bad.
-DVC Devcoin merged mined with BTC, 90% of generation goes to foundation, 10% to miners
-IXC IxCoin merged mined with BTC,  premined 580k coins but still alive
-NVC NovaCoin -  scrypt hashing[like LTC] , proof of stake [like PPC] , controversial start
-FRC Freicoin - hi diff slowdown  4.89% anual demurrage. for the first 3 years 80% block subsidy goes to foundation, 20% to miners
-FTC FeatherCoin- WARNING BLOCKCHAIN 51%'ed LTC clone with 4x more coins.

CANDIDATES:
(new, but secure hashpower)

-GWKBZC Geschwindigkeitsbegrenzungencoin - Tweaked Litecoin derivative
-BTE Bytecoin- hi diff slowdown the 1:1 bitcoin copy, nothing changed. extremally high starting hype/hashrate.
-BQC BBQCoin- diff resonance forgotten after 51% attack on launch, now revived and active. super fast version of LTC.
-MNC Mincoin- diff resonance similar to BBQ, but very bad launch [no binaries + 25000% superblocks] giving 10% of all coins to insiders.
-CNC CHNCoin-hi diff slowdown similar to BBQ, announced on chinese forum first.
-BTB BitBar-  scarce version  of  NovaCoin. low starting diff like FTC and CNC, but quick adjustment.
-JKC JKC- low diff started as a joke, but now working ok. low starting diff and slow retarget like BTE, FTC, MNC, CNC
-YAC YACoin-  Yet Another altCoin. NovaCoin fork, with modified hashing - for now CPU-ONLY
-WDC Worldcoin-diff resonance Another LTC clone. ultra fast.  criticized for instamine,  bloating and low security. Active support

NEW:
(mainly spam)

-RYC Royalcoin- Another LTC clone, starting with low diff and superblocks like MNC ...
-FRK Franko- Another faster LTC, again 0.00... starting diff. scarce.
-NBL nibble- A try for nice, no-instamine start. failed to launch on time
-PWC powercoin- instamine clone
-SRC sunrisecoin- instamine clone
-GLD gldcoin- instamine clone
-SPC supercoin- instamine clone
-BTG bitgem- instamine clone, scarse
-DGC DigitalCoin- preannouced for 23rd as diff 1, but than suddenly launched on 20th with 0.00024 diff
-doubloons- instamine clone
-PXC PhenixCoin- ltc clone, 1'000'000 coins premined
-LKY LuckyCoin- very nice idea for disabling instamine, but used for ultra instamine instead... ,random superblocks.
-MEM MEMEcoin- openly made for maximum instamine - superblocks and sudden launch.

DEAD / DYING :

-ELACoin- a try for less unfair, preannounced start and build-in inlfation. tripple-failed launch
-FTC Gamecoin- yes, FTC. clone so bad it was 51%'ed the first day.
-LQC Liquidcoin made to be very fast at constant difficulty, dead [pool closed, exchange closed]
-SC Solidcoin - dying (10-20% fee), designed to improove IxCoin, hard to be neutral on this one, 1.0 was a premine scam, 2.0 says BTC is pyramid scheme.
-GG Geist Geld experiment on BTC algorithm, how fast can it go? just for sience.
-TBX Tenebrix great idea of cpu-friendly mining with scrypt, but premined with 7.7milion coins - alive but little support due to premining
-FBX Fairbrix - Tenebrix without the premine, bad launch,  alive but little support.
-I0C I0coin - ixcoin without the premine. Dead
-CLC Coiledcoin - some nice ideas, but killed in 51% attack
-RUC Rucoin - copy of bitcoin, only difference is that it was developed in russian not english.than reborn much different, not confirmed if it is the same blockchain,  both scrypt[like LTC] and sha256d , nice client !warning! not opensource ! dying again
-TimeKoin - PHP webbased coin, alive but not used or traded.
-Beertokens -abitious [impossible?] try to stabilize price against commodity.
-MMM MMMcoin - Dead coin by notorious scamer SPMavrodi, named "yes we can" "my mozem mnogoye"

NOT AN OPENSOURCE COMMODITY CRYPTO COIN /  NEVER FULLY LAUNCHED:

eCash historical try for digital curency by David Chaum, operational but died. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DigiCash
DigiCash was the company that made eCash . Possibly where Bitcoin came from.
Ripples (XRP) - http://ripple.com , no mining - all coins available at start 80% foundation, and 20% develeopers. centralized, not opensource. not designed to be a currency, but an IOU exchange. Very innovative and usefull, but "not a coin"
Amazon Coin - centralized private scrip launched by Amazon and pegged to USD, not cryptographic at all, just a name.
WEEDS never realy active and now dead - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24209.msg300830#msg300830
Groupcoin - still alive but never realy active  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24813.0
Opencoin - opensource version of digicash, opencoin.org , not launched yet
RealPay  100% coins at start, centralized, never realy launched ,site is dead https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?all=;topic=62565.0
Qubic coins are produced at the rate determined by quorum of miners, not set by developers. Never launched.
Swiftcoin company operated, centralized and pegged, not opensource http://www.firstnationalbnak.com/faq
SMC smallchange functioning blockchain, but made just for research. might be a coin if reset.

-------------------------------------end of list------------------------------------------------------


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on June 12, 2013, 09:43:28 AM
Updated:

THE ORIGINAL CRYPTOCOIN LIST

MAJOR:
(big market, high security)

-BTC Bitcoin -  first, strongest, most accepted, most mined, high volume market, a true currency
-LTC Litecoin -  second only to BTC , faster than BTC, Smaller efficiency gap between GPUs and CPUs , ASIC-hostile
-NMC Namecoin merged mined with BTC, used for alternative p2p domain system
-PPC PPcoin   Proof Of Stake [very innovative, low energy ] , compatibile with BTC miners

MINOR:
(established, but small)

-TRC Terracoin diff resonance . based on BTC, many diff algo updates, still bad.
-DVC Devcoin merged mined with BTC, 90% of generation goes to foundation, 10% to miners
-IXC IxCoin merged mined with BTC,  premined 580k coins but still alive
-NVC NovaCoin -  scrypt hashing[like LTC] , proof of stake [like PPC] , controversial start
-FRC Freicoin - hi diff slowdown  4.89% anual demurrage. for the first 3 years 80% block subsidy goes to foundation, 20% to miners
-FTC FeatherCoin- WARNING BLOCKCHAIN 51%'ed LTC clone with 4x more coins.

CANDIDATES:
(new, but secure hashpower)

-GWKBZC Geschwindigkeitsbegrenzungencoin - Tweaked Litecoin derivative
-BTE Bytecoin- hi diff slowdown the 1:1 bitcoin copy, nothing changed. extremally high starting hype/hashrate.
-BQC BBQCoin- diff resonance forgotten after 51% attack on launch, now revived and active. super fast version of LTC.
-MNC Mincoin- diff resonance similar to BBQ, but very bad launch [no binaries + 25000% superblocks] giving 10% of all coins to insiders.
-CNC CHNCoin-hi diff slowdown similar to BBQ, announced on chinese forum first.
-BTB BitBar-  scarce version  of  NovaCoin. low starting diff like FTC and CNC, but quick adjustment.
-JKC JKC- low diff started as a joke, but now working ok. low starting diff and slow retarget like BTE, FTC, MNC, CNC
-YAC YACoin-  Yet Another altCoin. NovaCoin fork, with modified hashing - for now CPU-ONLY
-WDC Worldcoin-diff resonance Another LTC clone. ultra fast.  criticized for instamine,  bloating and low security. Active support

NEW:
(mainly spam)

-RYC Royalcoin- Another LTC clone, starting with low diff and superblocks like MNC ...
-FRK Franko- Another faster LTC, again 0.00... starting diff. scarce.
-NBL nibble- A try for nice, no-instamine start. failed to launch on time
-PWC powercoin- instamine clone
-SRC sunrisecoin- instamine clone
-GLD gldcoin- instamine clone
-SPC supercoin- instamine clone
-BTG bitgem- instamine clone, scarse
-DGC DigitalCoin- preannouced for 23rd as diff 1, but than suddenly launched on 20th with 0.00024 diff
-doubloons- instamine clone
-PXC PhenixCoin- ltc clone, 1'000'000 coins premined
-LKY LuckyCoin- very nice idea for disabling instamine, but used for ultra instamine instead... ,random superblocks.
-MEM MEMEcoin- openly made for maximum instamine - superblocks and sudden launch.

DEAD / DYING :

-ELACoin- a try for less unfair, preannounced start and build-in inlfation. tripple-failed launch
-FTC Gamecoin- yes, FTC. clone so bad it was 51%'ed the first day.
-LQC Liquidcoin made to be very fast at constant difficulty, dead [pool closed, exchange closed]
-SC Solidcoin - dying (10-20% fee), designed to improove IxCoin, hard to be neutral on this one, 1.0 was a premine scam, 2.0 says BTC is pyramid scheme.
-GG Geist Geld experiment on BTC algorithm, how fast can it go? just for sience.
-TBX Tenebrix great idea of cpu-friendly mining with scrypt, but premined with 7.7milion coins - alive but little support due to premining
-FBX Fairbrix - Tenebrix without the premine, bad launch,  alive but little support.
-I0C I0coin - ixcoin without the premine. Dead
-CLC Coiledcoin - some nice ideas, but killed in 51% attack
-RUC Rucoin - copy of bitcoin, only difference is that it was developed in russian not english.than reborn much different, not confirmed if it is the same blockchain,  both scrypt[like LTC] and sha256d , nice client !warning! not opensource ! dying again
-TimeKoin - PHP webbased coin, alive but not used or traded.
-Beertokens -abitious [impossible?] try to stabilize price against commodity.
-MMM MMMcoin - Dead coin by notorious scamer SPMavrodi, named "yes we can" "my mozem mnogoye"

NOT AN OPENSOURCE COMMODITY CRYPTO COIN /  NEVER FULLY LAUNCHED:

eCash historical try for digital curency by David Chaum, operational but died. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DigiCash
DigiCash was the company that made eCash . Possibly where Bitcoin came from.
Ripples (XRP) - http://ripple.com , no mining - all coins available at start 80% foundation, and 20% develeopers. centralized, not opensource. not designed to be a currency, but an IOU exchange. Very innovative and usefull, but "not a coin"
Amazon Coin - centralized private scrip launched by Amazon and pegged to USD, not cryptographic at all, just a name.
WEEDS never realy active and now dead - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24209.msg300830#msg300830
Groupcoin - still alive but never realy active  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24813.0
Opencoin - opensource version of digicash, opencoin.org , not launched yet
RealPay  100% coins at start, centralized, never realy launched ,site is dead https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?all=;topic=62565.0
Qubic coins are produced at the rate determined by quorum of miners, not set by developers. Never launched.
Swiftcoin company operated, centralized and pegged, not opensource http://www.firstnationalbnak.com/faq
SMC smallchange functioning blockchain, but made just for research. might be a coin if reset.

-------------------------------------end of list------------------------------------------------------

DGC should move up the list into the candidates section. has secure network hashrate.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Xmansk on June 12, 2013, 10:23:51 AM
DGC should move up the list into the candidates section. has secure network hashrate.

It is, look better


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: drbanjo on June 12, 2013, 10:24:53 AM
so far as I know, BitGem is PoS rather one of trillions of LTC copy-clone ...


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 12, 2013, 11:27:49 AM

DGC should move up the list into the candidates section. has secure network hashrate.


Allways look at the OP. There are countless copies of old versions of the list all over this thread, and all over the internet. the only one up to date is the original op.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 12, 2013, 11:28:21 AM
so far as I know, BitGem is PoS rather one of trillions of LTC copy-clone ...

Thank You!!  researched, corrected, updated.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: dolfcao on June 12, 2013, 11:55:11 AM
Please add realcoin: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227149.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 12, 2013, 11:58:22 AM
Please add realcoin: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227149.0

currently under research:

StableCoin
barcoin
ALF Alphacoin
Icecoin
One last Coin
RealCoin REC
Noirbits
Quantumcoin
RoyalCoin
SXC Sexcoin
ARG Argentum
ZTC ZenithCoin


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: dreamwatcher on June 12, 2013, 04:51:08 PM
Please add realcoin: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227149.0

currently under research:

StableCoin
barcoin
ALF Alphacoin
Icecoin
One last Coin
RealCoin REC
Noirbits
Quantumcoin
RoyalCoin
SXC Sexcoin
ARG Argentum
ZTC ZenithCoin




Quite a pain in the arse isn't it xorxor?  :D

I haven't even heard of half of these coins, yet i get requests everyday to put them on CCE.

At the rate it is going, your list of Cryptocurriences is no longer going to be a thread, but a full blown website on the forum and CCE is going to be some kind of super mega site spread over a dozen VPS that begins to become self aware.

Anyway, good job with the list, I think the ride is only going to get faster from here.. ;)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on June 12, 2013, 07:05:16 PM
dreamwatcher
I see that you changed main page design... Looks nice, but the gradient background would be better :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 12, 2013, 07:12:22 PM
Please add realcoin: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227149.0

currently under research:

StableCoin
barcoin
ALF Alphacoin
Icecoin
One last Coin
RealCoin REC
Noirbits
Quantumcoin
RoyalCoin
SXC Sexcoin
ARG Argentum
ZTC ZenithCoin




Quite a pain in the arse isn't it xorxor?  :D

I haven't even heard of half of these coins, yet i get requests everyday to put them on CCE.

At the rate it is going, your list of Cryptocurriences is no longer going to be a thread, but a full blown website on the forum and CCE is going to be some kind of super mega site spread over a dozen VPS that begins to become self aware.

Anyway, good job with the list, I think the ride is only going to get faster from here.. ;)


Read ALL the threads and filter crap from actual information, download and check client, download sources and check for reward scheme, check blockexplorer for who got superblocks and instablocks, check pricing history.... and this all changes all the time. Well somebody has to do it and I so affraid someone will do it JUST to unfairly promote coin they hold, or manipulate markets, that I'm willing to do it continuously.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: True___Blue on June 13, 2013, 04:22:43 PM
Which of the alt-coins are ASCI compatible? I know that many of them are not, but I am not sure which ones can be mined with ASIC.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mullick on June 13, 2013, 10:19:05 PM
I dont think bitgems comment is really fair. Bitgems have had a different goal from the start. The only idea they share with bitbar is POS and they are rare. The dev is planning ia innovation to bring gem like quality's and some sort of grading system to the gems, The client is in constant update with a real innovation in the works. I dont necessarily think it should be moved to the prospects category due to its low difficulty and hashrate but it should not be labeled as a bitbar copy :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: roy7 on June 13, 2013, 10:22:03 PM
Which of the alt-coins are ASCI compatible? I know that many of them are not, but I am not sure which ones can be mined with ASIC.

Any sha256 coin should work? TRC, FRC, PPC for example.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 13, 2013, 11:55:09 PM
I dont think bitgems comment is really fair. Bitgems have had a different goal from the start. The only idea they share with bitbar is POS and they are rare. The dev is planning ia innovation to bring gem like quality's and some sort of grading system to the gems, The client is in constant update with a real innovation in the works. I dont necessarily think it should be moved to the prospects category due to its low difficulty and hashrate but it should not be labeled as a bitbar copy :)

bitbar : a PoS + scrypt coin with PPC retargeting, but rare and started publicly , not in russian forum/ russian language / no binaries. "Bit" in name but "coin" gone
bitgem :a PoS + scrypt coin with bad retargeting, but rare and started publicly , not in russian forum/ russian language / no binaries. "Bit" in name but "coin" gone

hmmm....  really unfair for me to call it bitbar idea copy. "Dev is planning super duper big awesomeness for [insert name]" is not a quality or characteristic.

I was a little sad after removal of all description parts that could be understood as negative and removal od red font status. A lot of work and informativeness was lost. But thanks to You, I know it was necessary.

 


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 13, 2013, 11:57:13 PM
Which of the alt-coins are ASCI compatible? I know that many of them are not, but I am not sure which ones can be mined with ASIC.

BTC+NMC+DVC+IXC, PPC , FRC , TRC , BTE and some dying ones like I0C, RUC


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mullick on June 14, 2013, 04:48:59 AM
I dont think bitgems comment is really fair. Bitgems have had a different goal from the start. The only idea they share with bitbar is POS and they are rare. The dev is planning ia innovation to bring gem like quality's and some sort of grading system to the gems, The client is in constant update with a real innovation in the works. I dont necessarily think it should be moved to the prospects category due to its low difficulty and hashrate but it should not be labeled as a bitbar copy :)

bitbar : a PoS + scrypt coin with PPC retargeting, but rare and started publicly , not in russian forum/ russian language / no binaries. "Bit" in name but "coin" gone
bitgem :a PoS + scrypt coin with bad retargeting, but rare and started publicly , not in russian forum/ russian language / no binaries. "Bit" in name but "coin" gone

hmmm....  really unfair for me to call it bitbar idea copy. "Dev is planning super duper big awesomeness for [insert name]" is not a quality or characteristic.

I was a little sad after removal of all description parts that could be understood as negative and removal od red font status. A lot of work and informativeness was lost. But thanks to You, I know it was necessary.

 

I was not trying to say you were bad mouthing BTG just saying the description was not accurate. Bitgem was set out with a goal from the start. The developer has been hesitant with the details and honestly who knows if he will accomplish anything. Bitbar was pretty much a copy with a small block reward if I am not mistaken. I wish I could read the code more to see what is contained in the 5 updates that have been put out but we will see if it comes to anything.

I believe they are in the right section they are really the least know of of the most recent alts. The new label is just about perfect if it goes nowhere It could be labeled as a failed development or something.

The mobile site irritates me all I really read was purgatory then bitbar copy. Sorry for the hostility. Chrome is the only app that gets me off the mobile site for some reason.

EDIT: why is the bitgem re targeting bad. As I understand it it's 10min


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 14, 2013, 09:35:45 AM
I dont think bitgems comment is really fair. Bitgems have had a different goal from the start. The only idea they share with bitbar is POS and they are rare. The dev is planning ia innovation to bring gem like quality's and some sort of grading system to the gems, The client is in constant update with a real innovation in the works. I dont necessarily think it should be moved to the prospects category due to its low difficulty and hashrate but it should not be labeled as a bitbar copy :)

bitbar : a PoS + scrypt coin with PPC retargeting, but rare and started publicly , not in russian forum/ russian language / no binaries. "Bit" in name but "coin" gone
bitgem :a PoS + scrypt coin with bad retargeting, but rare and started publicly , not in russian forum/ russian language / no binaries. "Bit" in name but "coin" gone

hmmm....  really unfair for me to call it bitbar idea copy. "Dev is planning super duper big awesomeness for [insert name]" is not a quality or characteristic.

I was a little sad after removal of all description parts that could be understood as negative and removal od red font status. A lot of work and informativeness was lost. But thanks to You, I know it was necessary.

 

I think you overreatcted to my statement. I was not coming in here yelling at you for saying it was a bitbar copy. I was just stating that the coin was launched as an expirement with the mentioned ideas. What does the launguage have to do witth anything? Binaries and source was available from the start. Are you saying because it's Pos+ scrypt and it removed the coin from the name it is a copy of bitbar?

(....EDIT: removed part of quote since You removed it.....)

 Or LTC as BTC clone, tenebrix idea copy?

I was not trying to say you were bad mouthing BTG just saying the description was not accurate. Maybe you should just re label this is my personal opinion of alt coins. As you see no point in listening to others views

EDIT: why is the bitgem re targeting bad. As I understand it it's 10min

It's labeled bitbar idea copy. It is not a bitbar copy. It has different code. Bitbar was the first to have those characteristics, and bitgem has all of them and no others. Also, bitbar is much bigger thing, bad comparison to tenebrix and litecoin situation.

Bitgem has now a ppc copy of retarget[just checked the code], but It states  a 10 minutes retarget which is bad. It also has a bad PoS reward - left the original NVC pos-diff reverse proportional reward. for such a small number of BTG, diff is low,reward is enormus giving people 150% ROI [15000% of PPC] just about now - read the other forums. They don't even realize what is hapening. This is a broken thing, removed from cryptsy and coinchoose, soon to be mooved to dead.

Anyway, like I allways do - I preffer adding and listing others opinion If I cant persuade to mine. just to make this list as fair as possible.

So there You go - part you didn't like is removed.

/edited . removed part of quote


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mullick on June 14, 2013, 09:43:06 AM


reward is enormus giving people 150% ROI [15000% of PPC] just about now - read the other forums. They don't even realize what is hapening. This is a broken thing, removed from cryptsy and coinchoose, soon to be mooved to dead.




 I am curous as to what you meant about the russian forums? A m I missing something I honestly am curious. Thank you for changing it the list looks great. I wil edited my last post to reflect what I should have said

Edit: What do you mean about removed from cryptsy and coinchoose? bitgem has never had an exchange or even a block explorer. Are you talking about another coin there?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 14, 2013, 11:10:45 AM


reward is enormus giving people 150% ROI [15000% of PPC] just about now - read the other forums. They don't even realize what is hapening. This is a broken thing, removed from cryptsy and coinchoose, soon to be mooved to dead.




 I am curous as to what you meant about the russian forums? A m I missing something I honestly am curious. Thank you for changing it the list looks great. I wil edited my last post to reflect what I should have said

Edit: What do you mean about removed from cryptsy and coinchoose? bitgem has never had an exchange or even a block explorer. Are you talking about another coin there?


The original POS+srypt is novacoin. This is a great job of well known , and one of the best dev's - Balthazar. But it was launched on russian forum where most people could'n find it. I did found it and I announced it on altcoins forum.


I'm definetely talking about the right coin. More likely Im mistaken but I was shure I saw big profitabilty od BTG once, impossible without listed on exchange, but that maybe was me calculating it myself from google docs ex. Im only human.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 14, 2013, 12:03:52 PM
(.... removed part I already qoted and responded...)
I believe they are in the right section they are really the least know of of the most recent alts. The new label is just about perfect if it goes nowhere It could be labeled as a failed development or something.
(...)

Ok, since You added something I will respond in a new post.

I cant name it "failed development" , because:
- Now that I understand most of the Code, my point of view is 90% [including 3 from minor and 5 from canditates] of them are underdeveloped.
- I just removed even slightest parts of description that might be considered negative. Stating 90% of them are crap would start SHITSTORM.

This list is a very delicate thing. I need, with help of everyone interested, to make is possibly most informative and complete, but not hurting anyone.
This is very important, no one to question its fairness, thats why I allways put some one else's sugestions before mine, of course if I cant persuade what I wrote is better. Moving things around this list can influence markets and can be percieved as a manipulation. This post is over 100K views, and we talk about real money here.

(...)
The mobile site irritates me all I really read was purgatory then bitbar copy. Sorry for the hostility. Chrome is the only app that gets me off the mobile site for some reason.

So You are only human too :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on June 14, 2013, 03:22:30 PM
Quote from: xorxor
Stating 90% of them are crap would start SHITSTORM.
I think that sometimes we really need shitstorm. Just to remove shit from this forum, or move it to another place. But we need more precise definition of "shit". ::)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: moltenmich on June 15, 2013, 01:08:15 AM
Quote from: xorxor
Stating 90% of them are crap would start SHITSTORM.
I think that sometimes we really need shitstorm. Just to remove shit from this forum, or move it to another place. But we need more precise definition of "shit". ::)

Perhaps developing a standard to apply to the currencies. Currency devs can apply to be listed on this sticky and then people can analyze the coin to see if it qualifies to be listed. Other coins can still be discussed on the forum, and they can reapply after being developed farther/ gained adoption. But this way it really could make the board easier to navigate.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mullick on June 15, 2013, 07:40:34 AM


reward is enormus giving people 150% ROI [15000% of PPC] just about now - read the other forums. They don't even realize what is hapening. This is a broken thing, removed from cryptsy and coinchoose, soon to be mooved to dead.




 I am curous as to what you meant about the russian forums? A m I missing something I honestly am curious. Thank you for changing it the list looks great. I wil edited my last post to reflect what I should have said

Edit: What do you mean about removed from cryptsy and coinchoose? bitgem has never had an exchange or even a block explorer. Are you talking about another coin there?


The original POS+srypt is novacoin. This is a great job of well known , and one of the best dev's - Balthazar. But it was launched on russian forum where most people could'n find it. I did found it and I announced it on altcoins forum.

BTW just saw your name on give me ltc stats. That hashrate is just rude.... You need to share  >:(


I'm definetely talking about the right coin. More likely Im mistaken but I was shure I saw big profitabilty od BTG once, impossible without listed on exchange, but that maybe was me calculating it myself from google docs ex. Im only human.

You must have calculated it from the google docs exchange. unfortunately Bitgem has been very quiet. No block explorer, no exchange, I funded the house account to get it on a gambling site But it Just got a forum yesterday. I really hope the dev comes through. Although it would be hard to top balthazar!

When you stated It was broken and people on the other forums didnt know what is going on it may have been me :( If you are referring to cryptocointalk. I never really grasped the concept of pos. I have come along way in figuring it out. There really is little information to help understand it. Any way you could elaborate on what you meant? I am starting classes in a few months for programming at 25 years old :(  but from what I can see there are little changes from nvc. I really like the idea of what the dev has planned. If he is unable to accomplish it I may make it my pet project when I get a good grasp on coding.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mineral on June 15, 2013, 10:25:33 AM
Well, I just want to point out:

- BitGem are not broken at all . (-> What are you meaning, man?)

- Retargeting is 10 min. same than btb. Retargetting implementation is the same as PPC and NVC. It can be some bias when miners go out, but it is a normal adjustment.

- BitGem is is not an "LTC clone", just like the miriad of trillons of substring-replace copy-clones and people knows it. Of course, it has not got 1,250,000 of coins premined neither collect the 50% of reward of blocks to miners ...

- PoS is set up according to ammount money supplied. You can see the MAX_MINT_PROOF_OF_STAKE, reduced 100%.  Code is forked of 0.4.1 of balathazar. which  has got a programmatic switch stake for 30 Jun.

- Added value of this crypto is planned when I have got a little time. I am planning a gem converter for doing conversions between gems value taking into account  properties susch as Carats, Cut, Clarity etc.

- No exchange ... BBQ was more than a year withoout exchange. FeaherCoin and Chinacoin are now forked  and in coma   ... The most important thing is to do a crypto interesting and provide some different development. Obviosly neither <LTC_clone_substring_replace>Coin of the exchanges did it. Yes did PPCoin and, in minor order, Novacoin. But all this is credited, of course, great merit of ppcoin and novacoin.

I hope to have clarified the points about bitgem present and further develpoment.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mullick on June 15, 2013, 12:22:32 PM
Good to see you here mineral. I was just looking through the code that I understand. Guess what is the timestamp. This thread. It that with NVC as well? Do others do this?

const char* pszTimestamp = "https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=134179.msg1502196#msg1502196


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on June 15, 2013, 12:31:01 PM
It's from NVC.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mullick on June 15, 2013, 12:48:33 PM
It's from NVC.

That's what I thought. It was just odd to find it there after just posting in this thread. The crypto world is a small place.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mullick on June 15, 2013, 01:01:22 PM
It's digitalcoin not digicoin, and it was not moved up suddenly. There were announcements each time we were ahead of schedule and a count down that was also updated in the thread title and thread. The proof of all of this is the digitalcoin thread.

corrected to digitalcoin.

don't tell me what I red and saw. I saw at least 2 edits of OP changing what coin will be and when.

You said diff 1
I asked how did you mined it?
you said "slowly" and then pasted a picture of 4x gigabyte 79x0 card rig. like you mined it on GPUS...
than you edited OP that actualy it will start @ diff 0.1 but there will be no reward until diff 1
you said launch is predicted around thursday or smth
next day, when I check forum, and coin is launched 4 times quicker with 0.00024 diff and rewards from beginnig.
post  #7 and OP edited again....

I did go neutral on it. just posting facts, not my opinion.

Just wanted to add bartibus did release 1 hour and some odd minutes earlier than his last stated launch time. We were asking the same questions. About why he sold the mining rights to the rig he was supposedly mining the diff. 1 genesis block with. The mining rights were for 1 week of worldcoin mining. 24 hours before launch or digitalcoin. You must have left right before the release


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on June 15, 2013, 03:27:37 PM
It's from NVC.

That's what I thought. It was just odd to find it there after just posting in this thread. The crypto world is a small place.
I used it to see how many users checked source code before running the software.  ;)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 15, 2013, 03:40:58 PM
Well, I just want to point out:

1 - BitGem are not broken at all . (-> What are you meaning, man?)

2 - Retargeting is 10 min. same than btb. Retargetting implementation is the same as PPC and NVC. It can be some bias when miners go out, but it is a normal adjustment.

3 - BitGem is is not an "LTC clone", just like the miriad of trillons of substring-replace copy-clones and people knows it. Of course, it has not got 1,250,000 of coins premined neither collect the 50% of reward of blocks to miners ...

4 - PoS is set up according to ammount money supplied. You can see the MAX_MINT_PROOF_OF_STAKE, reduced 100%.  Code is forked of 0.4.1 of balathazar. which  has got a programmatic switch stake for 30 Jun.

5 - Added value of this crypto is planned when I have got a little time. I am planning a gem converter for doing conversions between gems value taking into account  properties susch as Carats, Cut, Clarity etc.

6 -  No exchange ... BBQ was more than a year withoout exchange. FeaherCoin and Chinacoin are now forked  and in coma   ... The most important thing is to do a crypto interesting and provide some different development. Obviosly neither <LTC_clone_substring_replace>Coin of the exchanges did it. Yes did PPCoin and, in minor order, Novacoin. But all this is credited, of course, great merit of ppcoin and novacoin.

I hope to have clarified the points about bitgem present and further develpoment.

1. people are getting weird rewards they cant explain, that seem a liitle high for well set PoS.

2. retargeting is 1 block just checked the code, and it aproximates  days of work  using 7*24*60 / 10 as number of blocks, to make adjustment speed similar to 7 days average. 10 minutes is block time or Target Spacing using names from the code.

3. yes, not LTC clone. a novacoin clone.
  
4 reduced 100% ? that means disabled. no its not disabled. just checked the code.

5 plans....

6 yup! ltc clones are all in resonance or coma, or will be, or just out of one. funniest thing is how they try to repair the thing.... instead of geting proper retarget algo they try funny things


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mineral on June 15, 2013, 05:02:01 PM
Well, I just want to point out:

1 - BitGem are not broken at all . (-> What are you meaning, man?)

2 - Retargeting is 10 min. same than btb. Retargetting implementation is the same as PPC and NVC. It can be some bias when miners go out, but it is a normal adjustment.

3 - BitGem is is not an "LTC clone", just like the miriad of trillons of substring-replace copy-clones and people knows it. Of course, it has not got 1,250,000 of coins premined neither collect the 50% of reward of blocks to miners ...

4 - PoS is set up according to ammount money supplied. You can see the MAX_MINT_PROOF_OF_STAKE, reduced 100%.  Code is forked of 0.4.1 of balathazar. which  has got a programmatic switch stake for 30 Jun.

5 - Added value of this crypto is planned when I have got a little time. I am planning a gem converter for doing conversions between gems value taking into account  properties susch as Carats, Cut, Clarity etc.

6 -  No exchange ... BBQ was more than a year withoout exchange. FeaherCoin and Chinacoin are now forked  and in coma   ... The most important thing is to do a crypto interesting and provide some different development. Obviosly neither <LTC_clone_substring_replace>Coin of the exchanges did it. Yes did PPCoin and, in minor order, Novacoin. But all this is credited, of course, great merit of ppcoin and novacoin.

I hope to have clarified the points about bitgem present and further develpoment.

1. people are getting weird rewards they cant explain, that seem a liitle high for well set PoS.

After initial version, a switch reward was done, this could explain old clients got old rewards for a couple hours but it is far from much people getting rewards ... However, this was very time ago and rewards are 0.3-0.4 since  long time ago.

About PoS rewards  ... It is doubtful because current constant reward PoS is indeed  lower ... (check consant reward before 30 Jun).

2. retargeting is 1 block just checked the code, and it aproximates  days of work  using 7*24*60 / 10 as number of blocks, to make adjustment speed similar to 7 days average. 10 minutes is block time or Target Spacing using names from the code.

Retargeting setting are the same Novacoin, each block. No changes in it.

Code:
    int64 nActualSpacing = pindexPrev->GetBlockTime() - pindexPrevPrev->GetBlockTime();

    // ppcoin: target change every block
    // ppcoin: retarget with exponential moving toward target spacing
    CBigNum bnNew;
    bnNew.SetCompact(pindexPrev->nBits);
    int64 nTargetSpacing = fProofOfStake? nStakeTargetSpacing : min(nTargetSpacingWorkMax, (int64) nStakeTargetSpacing * (1 + pindexLast->nHeight - pindexPrev->nHeight));
    int64 nInterval = nTargetTimespan / nTargetSpacing;
    bnNew *= ((nInterval - 1) * nTargetSpacing + nActualSpacing + nActualSpacing);
    bnNew /= ((nInterval + 1) * nTargetSpacing);

    if (bnNew > bnTargetLimit)
        bnNew = bnTargetLimit;

    return bnNew.GetCompact();

3. yes, not LTC clone. a novacoin clone.

4 reduced 100% ? that means disabled. no its not disabled. just checked the code.

No expressed correctly here.

Because smaller amount BTGs related to PPC or NVC bulk, I set up PoS reward to 0.015 CENTs. Too low as for excesive PoS rewards as you say.

After 0.4.2.1 version I set PoW reward to 1-3 CENTS, what it be effective in Baltahzar switch skate of 30 Jun.

Original (NVC) PoS rewards are fixed 5 CENTS and progresive 1COIN, halved x64 diff.

5 plans....
Well not much excuses here. Perhaps I do it next week, at least for consoe command.

6 yup! ltc clones are all in resonance or coma, or will be, or just out of one. funniest thing is how they try to repair the thing.... instead of geting proper retarget algo they try funny things
Noone are the bitcoin creators or Balthazars in the first time, I suppose devs try save the blockchain as first goal.

Bitgem are working fine at the moment. I think PoS reward can be the discord point, but it is assumed original seetings were too much for a bulk of  20,000 -30,000 BTGs, so I resized to 0,015 and from 30 Jun, 1 -3 CENT.





Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mullick on June 15, 2013, 09:35:58 PM
It's from NVC.

That's what I thought. It was just odd to find it there after just posting in this thread. The crypto world is a small place.
I used it to see how many users checked source code before running the software.  ;)

Well unfourtunatly I dont know how to read the code and just try to pick up on what I can ( Human readable form ) Tha t is why I have mostly not mined new coins for a few days to let the community do what I can't/ With a few coins Such as CHN YAC and FTC I just ran the binaries on a vm


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on June 15, 2013, 10:15:42 PM
// DEL


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: PoolMinor on June 16, 2013, 02:35:12 AM
GameCoin's ticker is now GME, the coin has been adopted by active and competent developers, and the 51% has been all but defeated with some changes to the difficulty algorithm.

The coin is now more agile and can easily survive even brutal hashrate drops with only minimal delay to transactions (fixing a problem plaguing most alts), as well as quickly adapting to a large hashrate spike to prevent abuse by bigger miners.


I think this post got lost in the shuffle, or was blatantly ignored. Either way I obviously may have a biased interest in whether this coin succeeds or not. I would still prefer that the public have the best information (latest) that there is available.

Please xorxor, add this to your list of coins under review, thanks.

-PoolMinor


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 16, 2013, 03:05:50 AM
GameCoin's ticker is now GME, the coin has been adopted by active and competent developers, and the 51% has been all but defeated with some changes to the difficulty algorithm.

The coin is now more agile and can easily survive even brutal hashrate drops with only minimal delay to transactions (fixing a problem plaguing most alts), as well as quickly adapting to a large hashrate spike to prevent abuse by bigger miners.


I think this post got lost in the shuffle, or was blatantly ignored. Either way I obviously may have a biased interest in whether this coin succeeds or not. I would still prefer that the public have the best information (latest) that there is available.

Please xorxor, add this to your list of coins under review, thanks.

-PoolMinor

Thank You for trying to help. It is very important for everybody to join forces in making this list complete.
I value every post like this.

If you look closely, gamecoin is on the list since it started. unfortunately under DEAD category.

I'll say it one more time. There has to be big inertia in coin movement between categories. We don't want jumps up and down every day.
thats why its hard to get out of DEAD category. It has been done, but it requires stable client, nice stable hashrate and buying support for some period of time. Well gamecoin is dead and not even trying.

There is a unofficial fork that uses the same blockchain, but:
1 - It's reviving dead on arrival coin with no blockchain to save.
2 - starting new coin od old dead blockchain = HUGE premine.
3 - coin has failed to synchronize hardfork updates and has problems with multiple forks fighting.
4 -
Quote
competent developers made  coin more agile
:
      
Code:
// Maximum 400% adjustment...
        bnResult *= 4;
        // ... in best-case exactly 4-times-normal target time
        nTime -= nTargetTimespan*4;

left the 4* difficulty change

  
Code:
      nTargetTimespan = 2 * 60 * 60; // 2 hours
        nTargetSpacing = 2.5 * 60; // 2.5 minutes
        nInterval = nTargetTimespan / nTargetSpacing;
   
but changed retarget to uberfast

that is heavy resonancing algo, already abused in other bad retargeting but more successfull clones.

5 - there is no  hashrate,
6 - there is no buying or eved google doc's "exchange" to view it.

As You can see I am not ignoring no one. I do a lot of research for every little coin.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: PoolMinor on June 16, 2013, 05:26:07 AM

Thank You for trying to help. It is very important for everybody to join forces in making this list complete.
I value every post like this.......

.......If you look closely, gamecoin is on the list since it started. unfortunately under DEAD category.
As You can see I am not ignoring no one. I do a lot of research for every little coin.

Yes, I did see the coin on the main page labeled in the dead category.

Thank you for your strong input on this coin and I hope the developers of the hard fork can alter the code in the future for some of these concerns. I also agree that there was a very poor hash rate until just earlier yesterday, it jumped to ~27Mh/s; is nothing, I know. This is the highest I have seen it, clearly there has been new interest in it. I believe some of this is due to your educated view about the handicapped nature of this coin, and it stemmed curiosity from some bigger miners.

The block chain issue is a command line syntax error in configuring your miner to <addnode> <ip> <remove> in order to rid your wallet of the majority of the foul nodes. I realize this is a poor fix, but it does eliminate the non-sync issue.

The old coin on a new fork is without a doubt a liability of risk in regards to the "premine" concern. I do not doubt that there are some miners holding onto millions of GME, but considering how many there will be in existence over the lifetime of the coin it is inconsequential IMO. But judging by the getpeerinfo stats I pull up from the wallet there are still a few miners on the wrong side of the fork.

As far as a google docs for the client, I do agree that this is a necessary step in turning the coin toward a sustainable platform. I also think there should be a gamecoin.info page providing extra resources and/or a forum.



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: jayo89 on June 16, 2013, 05:27:38 AM

1 - It's reviving dead on arrival coin with no blockchain to save.
2 - starting new coin od old dead blockchain = HUGE premine.


Can you clarify?  These two statements seem entirely contradictory.  How can there be a huge premine if there is no blockchain to save?

We adopted development of this coin not very long after the original "developer" (The one who didn't even bother/know how to swap out a few graphics and string constants) had departed.  Nearly all active members of this fork were active members of the original coin.
Perhaps we should modify our threat to remove the "unofficial" status to avoid confusion. (given that the original developer didn't do any actual developing)

All major hashpower and GME service providers and consistent users are on the same blockchain.  There is no fighting from what I've seen.


If you could at the very least correct Gamecoin's ticker to GME I'd be much obliged.  We'll get out of the dead category on our own steam ;)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 16, 2013, 09:03:45 AM

Thank You for trying to help. It is very important for everybody to join forces in making this list complete.
I value every post like this.......

.......If you look closely, gamecoin is on the list since it started. unfortunately under DEAD category.
As You can see I am not ignoring no one. I do a lot of research for every little coin.

(...........)
Will there be a larger interest in this coin due to this post? I hope so, only time will tell.

Look at the number of views of this thread. I'm shure a lot of interest will appear.

I'm neutral on coins in the OP list, but mainly critical in the thread, to disencourage tries for promotion and it looks like it's helping.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 16, 2013, 10:20:30 AM
1 - It's reviving dead on arrival coin with no blockchain to save.
2 - starting new coin od old dead blockchain = HUGE premine.
Can you clarify?  These two statements seem entirely contradictory.  How can there be a huge premine if there is no blockchain to save?

Of course I can:

1- a) There where no buing or using the coin until death, so no real value in the blockchain to save.
    b) Original mined coins where stolen in 51% that took most of the early mining - so mostly attacker gains from not restarting the chain.

2- a) Continuing saved a lot of coins mined in instamine and in 51% attack.
    b) Since no new blockchain, there is no way to tell if someone mined all the time BEFORE LAUNCH, possibly premining a lot.
    c) There is no longer "Coin Debut Rush" so reviving party can mine for free geting a mega-instamine for a long periond of time.
    

Quote
We adopted development of this coin not very long after the original "developer" (The one who didn't even bother/know how to swap out a few graphics and string constants) had departed.  Nearly all active members of this fork were active members of the original coin.
Perhaps we should modify our threat to remove the "unofficial" status to avoid confusion. (given that the original developer didn't do any actual developing)

Oh, You are 100% correct here sir. This was so bad....

Quote
All major hashpower and GME service providers and consistent users are on the same blockchain.  There is no fighting from what I've seen.

I'm sorry then, but I red it in Your revival thread OP....
quote:
"If you're getting "wallet out of sync" errors, this should solve it and ensure we're all on the correct blockchain."
I'm happy for You that the problem is over.
Quote
Quote from: xorxor
--bad sounding words--
There's no need to patronize like that.  I understand you have a big job here and it's frustrating, but it's hard to see someone as impartial when they give you a condescending tone when asking a polite question.

Oh, You are right. Now when I see what I Wrote it sounds terrible. I didnt ment to sound that patronizing. I changed the post not to.
I would appreciate for You to change the quote so I would not have to be ashamed of it.

Quote
If you could at the very least correct Gamecoin's ticker to GME I'd be much obliged.  We'll get out of the dead category on our own steam ;)

done, also added link to your thread.




Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on June 16, 2013, 06:19:23 PM
[link removed]

Hm... BitBar and no NovaCoin... It seems quite strange, I think.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 16, 2013, 10:15:44 PM
----crapiest list link----

Hm... BitBar and no NovaCoin... It seems quite strange, I think.

Remove link to this crap, don't give it any credit.

someone copied my early work long time ago believing edited by everyone it would be superb. but he was mistaken badly.
1 there are only a few people that get what is going on.
2 there is a lot of work and resarch to do to really add or edit something
3 everybody has some agenda, has some coins in wallet.
5 everybody is biased.

well, when everybody is editing, You get crap like:
- tonal bitcoin troll-added by altcoin hater Luke-JR
- NVC removed by some LTC lover who dont get 110k was destroyed or is simply FUD'ing
- no actual work done since my work kopied.

please delete this utter crap link.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xchrix on June 17, 2013, 05:06:49 PM
this is definitely one of the best threads on this whole forum
i am thinking of marking the coins on www.cryptocoincharts.info with majo/minor tags based on your list.
how often do you update the list?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: solracx on June 17, 2013, 08:24:22 PM
Any chance ZenithCoin (ZTC) gets listed?

In has been out for a week now... FTC got listed in an exchange in the same period!

Block explorer is here:  http://explore.zenithcoin.com  unlike most other coins, ZTC hosts and runs its own blockexplorer.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Bogdan on June 18, 2013, 06:04:27 AM
Interesting read but I don't see the point in all these clone currencies. Bitcoin and maybe litecoin is all thats needed.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 18, 2013, 10:35:22 AM
this is definitely one of the best threads on this whole forum
i am thinking of marking the coins on www.cryptocoincharts.info with majo/minor tags based on your list.
how often do you update the list?

Thank You, rare post's like this helps me going.

Update are immediate everytime something important changes. Additionally about once, twice a week for not important changes.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 18, 2013, 11:55:37 AM
Any chance ZenithCoin (ZTC) gets listed?

In has been out for a week now... FTC got listed in an exchange in the same period!

Block explorer is here:  http://explore.zenithcoin.com  unlike most other coins, ZTC hosts and runs its own blockexplorer.

Are all other blockchains of Zenithcoin dead?
Did you changed port or handshake?
Are they fighting or coexist?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: solracx on June 18, 2013, 05:26:45 PM
Any chance ZenithCoin (ZTC) gets listed?

In has been out for a week now... FTC got listed in an exchange in the same period!

Block explorer is here:  http://explore.zenithcoin.com  unlike most other coins, ZTC hosts and runs its own blockexplorer.

Are all other blockchains of Zenithcoin dead?
Did you changed port or handshake?
Are they fighting or coexist?

Are all other blockchains of Zenithcoin dead?
-> I got no idea if those blockchains still exist.   two guys claim it does, but they must trade amonst themselves.

Did you changed port or handshake?
-> Geneisis block is different, protocol is different and ports are different.  Completely incompatible.

Are they fighting or coexist?
->  Like I said, I have no clue what these 2 guys are up to,  all I do know is the official ZTC coin started mining on 6/09/2013 and has been fine ever since. Check the block explorer.    These other guys... they just have some old source code they got compiled.  No block explorer, no services, no pool,  really nothing.   Just a bunch of newbies who didn't understand what test coins were.



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 18, 2013, 10:03:54 PM
Any chance ZenithCoin (ZTC) gets listed?

In has been out for a week now... FTC got listed in an exchange in the same period!

Block explorer is here:  http://explore.zenithcoin.com  unlike most other coins, ZTC hosts and runs its own blockexplorer.
Are all other blockchains of Zenithcoin dead?
Did you changed port or handshake?
Are they fighting or coexist?

Are all other blockchains of Zenithcoin dead?
-> I got no idea if those blockchains still exist.   two guys claim it does, but they must trade amonst themselves.

Did you changed port or handshake?
-> Geneisis block is different, protocol is different and ports are different.  Completely incompatible.

Are they fighting or coexist?
->  Like I said, I have no clue what these 2 guys are up to,  all I do know is the official ZTC coin started mining on 6/09/2013 and has been fine ever since. Check the block explorer.    These other guys... they just have some old source code they got compiled.  No block explorer, no services, no pool,  really nothing.   Just a bunch of newbies who didn't understand what test coins were.


Thank You for your help. That's what I needed.
Update in the making, Zenithcoin is going to be added 100%


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 20, 2013, 02:50:08 PM
Guys, I have a problem clasifying argentum.

- premined  200000 in single ulrta-mega-block nr 1
- launch thread states " Fair launch: Block 0-500: 0 ARG "
- no mention of premine

Well, I just removed all negative description parts, don't want to start adding them again.

To avoid words like "scam" or "unfair", my proposition is : "hidden 200000 premine".

It shouldn't b just "premined clone"  , cause other preminers were fair about it.



edit:

got proof of premine announced


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mineral on June 20, 2013, 04:52:42 PM
Please, add this info to BitGem if relevant.

I have implemented a very simple 4Cs (Carat, Color, Clarity, Cut) gemstone model and a RPC method getgems for translating your BTG balance into especific gems.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 20, 2013, 05:11:09 PM
A HUGE update.

So many things changed, that listing all of them makes no sense.

Most important:

-coins are now no more  in random order,
     top of the category are those that can easly jump up a category
     bottom of the category - about to be downgraded
-completely new look.
-threads linked under coin name
-removed  chronological list [left the link]
-consolidated "more info" section into main one, and removed.
-a lot of new coins
-a lot of new descriptions, edits, corrections



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: 3btc on June 20, 2013, 05:13:35 PM
And I like it! Most important thread ever! :bow: Thanks!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: solracx on June 20, 2013, 08:23:26 PM
Any chance ZenithCoin (ZTC) gets listed?

In has been out for a week now... FTC got listed in an exchange in the same period!

Block explorer is here:  http://explore.zenithcoin.com  unlike most other coins, ZTC hosts and runs its own blockexplorer.
Are all other blockchains of Zenithcoin dead?
Did you changed port or handshake?
Are they fighting or coexist?

Are all other blockchains of Zenithcoin dead?
-> I got no idea if those blockchains still exist.   two guys claim it does, but they must trade amonst themselves.

Did you changed port or handshake?
-> Geneisis block is different, protocol is different and ports are different.  Completely incompatible.

Are they fighting or coexist?
->  Like I said, I have no clue what these 2 guys are up to,  all I do know is the official ZTC coin started mining on 6/09/2013 and has been fine ever since. Check the block explorer.    These other guys... they just have some old source code they got compiled.  No block explorer, no services, no pool,  really nothing.   Just a bunch of newbies who didn't understand what test coins were.


Thank You for your help. That's what I needed.
Update in the making, Zenithcoin is going to be added 100%

You want to mention that does not implement demurrage and 2.5 minute confirms.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 20, 2013, 09:19:57 PM
You want to mention that does not implement demurrage and 2.5 minute confirms.

Description shortened to make some place. Now I could add no demurrage and so I did.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: snailbrain on June 21, 2013, 12:33:18 PM
Brilliant list..

think i posted this before.. but what constitutes PPC coin to be listed amongst BTC/LTC/NMC as major?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 21, 2013, 01:52:19 PM
Brilliant list..

think i posted this before.. but what constitutes PPC coin to be listed amongst BTC/LTC/NMC as major?

- the only true alternative, all others are copy of BTC or PPC
- big market cap, big volume
- non stop active development , the best developer.
- poll made for community to decide if PPC should be in MAJOR.

anyway it is still at the bottom of MAJOR.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Aggrophobia on June 22, 2013, 12:18:20 AM
scrypt-jane is not a hashing algorithm

your comments behind YAC and ONC could be misleading (same hashing algorithm)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 22, 2013, 12:43:18 AM
scrypt-jane is not a hashing algorithm

your comments behind YAC and ONC could be misleading (same hashing algorithm)

Thank You for ypur help.
I saw it used to describe YAC algo.
https://www.google.pl/#q=scrypt-jane+algorithm

What would You like to see as a better name ? "modified Scrypt" ?

 


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 22, 2013, 01:02:20 AM
PWC Powercoin moved to DEAD, since DEV stated dead and stopped on 51% attack.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: kevindeangelis on June 22, 2013, 01:03:52 AM
PWC Powercoin moved to DEAD, since DEV stated dead and stopped on 51% attack.
ha! I was wondering about that


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: innovation on June 22, 2013, 06:23:22 AM
Thanks very much to your hard work.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Aggrophobia on June 22, 2013, 10:50:52 AM
scrypt-jane is not a hashing algorithm

your comments behind YAC and ONC could be misleading (same hashing algorithm)

Thank You for ypur help.
I saw it used to describe YAC algo.
https://www.google.pl/#q=scrypt-jane+algorithm

What would You like to see as a better name ? "modified Scrypt" ?

 

seems ok


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: AlphaC on June 22, 2013, 12:12:21 PM
The 2nd and 3rd page of ARG thread(and many more posts after that), are almost exclusively about premine and purpose of it. Maybe you don't have much time to actually read the threads?


I'll link to some of the posts and their position in the thread, how is the premine "hidden" unless people don't have eyes.

Post 7: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=231524.msg2435463#msg2435463
Post 11: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=231524.msg2435494#msg2435494   <- Me declaring a premine and the purpose again.
Post 13: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=231524.msg2435503#msg2435503
Post 14: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=231524.msg2435534#msg2435534
Post 41: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=231524.msg2439304#msg2439304
Post 42: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=231524.msg2439328#msg2439328

Well I got bored pretty fast, but if this is hidden, people must really be idiots to not read the first pages of a thread of a coin they are mining.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: nerdcustoms on June 22, 2013, 01:06:36 PM
What does it take to move a coin up the chain?  I think Worldcoin is established. Should it not be in the minor category now?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 22, 2013, 07:24:32 PM
scrypt-jane is not a hashing algorithm

your comments behind YAC and ONC could be misleading (same hashing algorithm)

Thank You for ypur help.
I saw it used to describe YAC algo.
https://www.google.pl/#q=scrypt-jane+algorithm

What would You like to see as a better name ? "modified Scrypt" ?

 

seems ok

done.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 22, 2013, 07:58:21 PM
The 2nd and 3rd page of ARG thread(and many more posts after that), are almost exclusively about premine and purpose of it. Maybe you don't have much time to actually read the threads?

(links)


Ok, "hidden" removed from description.
Thank You for your support.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: dolfcao on June 23, 2013, 09:19:01 AM
Please Add RealCoin to the list.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: dolfcao on June 23, 2013, 09:19:18 AM
There is also a coin called richcoin.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on June 23, 2013, 12:40:48 PM
Please Add RealCoin to the list.

There is already Realcoin  on the list.

Now under research for next update :

[RCH] RichCoin
[6CN] 6coin
[XNC] XenCoin
NuCoin
[SIC] Sifcoin


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: LiteCoinGuy on June 23, 2013, 01:44:08 PM
thanks for updating the list dude!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: AlphaC on June 23, 2013, 06:59:55 PM
Thank you for updating and to avoid anyone missing it, I have added pre-mine and purpose to main thread first post.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: snailbrain on June 24, 2013, 10:34:52 PM

-NMC Namecoin- (http://namecoin.info/) merged mined with BTC, used for alternative p2p domain system


thanks for the work...

for namecoin, domain names is just one use

Some Possible Namecoin use cases (copy/pasted from qt thread):

Domain names
  - censorship resistant domain ownership
  - TLS end-to-end secure without CA's
Personal Namespace
Messaging System
Alias system / Identity System in bitcoin, alt-coins, bitmessage, OT etc
Login system
Notary/Timestamp system
Unified Bitcoin Payment Address System
Bonds
Shares
Voting
Torrent tracker via magnet links
Public file signatures

http://dot-bit.org/Main_Page

Quote
What is Namecoin
Namecoin is a peer-to-peer generic name/value datastore system based on Bitcoin technology (a decentralized cryptocurrency). It allows you to:
Securely register and transfer arbitrary names, no possible censorship!
Attach values to the names (up to 1023 bytes)
Trade and transact namecoins, the digital currency NMC.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Snail2 on June 25, 2013, 09:30:23 AM
What about copperlark ?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: ig0r.v on June 25, 2013, 10:15:09 AM
thank you for this list! good work


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: CaptChadd on June 27, 2013, 11:03:59 PM
Valuecoin to be added now buddy.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Vlad2Vlad on June 28, 2013, 02:15:51 AM

Question for those who believe this Alt coin thing isn't a fad but will be a revolution:

I truly believe this will be bigger than the Internet.  It will change everything from top to bottom and in every country in the world.

But in the short to mid term run, before they choose 1 single digital currency for the whole globe, or best case, a few of them, there will be a craze just like with the Internet era where everyone with an idea for a website (coin) and a few bucks will try their luck at a coin since any popular coin can literally turn a near ZERO investment into millions or for a few lucky coins even billions of dollars.  

What's happening here is a limited time offer (condoned by all governments AND banks) to print your own money.  This has never happened and this cannot and will not last!  There is an end goal in this for the big corps, the banks and the government which is why they're letting it ride.....for a few years, at most.

There has never been anything like this where you can literally make billions, legally, for selling no more than an idea or a concept, as there is no real or intrinsic value behind a coin such as Bitcoin, although devcoin is trying to build such real value, the rest are not and it's not required as bitcoin, namecoin and Litecoin have already proven.

That said, I'm shocked to see all the coins coming out have no real built-in user-base - not a single one is trying to build on or attract an already existing massive base as that's the best way to make a coin really valuable nearly overnight.  Like who wouldn't buy a SopranoCoin or a JohnGottiCoin, at least those loyal to mafia games, movies, etc. that new coin would at least have a novelty value where these new coins have NOTHING, yet they're still worth something which is the amazing thing - imagine if one executed a new coin properly.

For example an NFL coin.  Such a Coin would be an instant hit as a certain % if NFL fans would buy into it.  Add some perks to the coin and some generosity and you've got a huge hit.  There's no real cost to make these coins so you can afford to be be generous and be creative.

Now of course we can't use the NFL since they have a copyright but you get the idea.  For example the name Tesla is public domain so tesla motors cannot sue for the domain.  Or MormonCoin, Mormon is an idea, a religion, it's too old for anyone to sue for the name itself.  And I actually bought TeslaCoin.com, and MormonCoin.com, along with over 100 other coin domains.  

Think about the pre-installed and loyal user base which comes with any one of those names.  It would dwarf the awareness and loyalty level of even Bitcoin.

My point is - that if you build a coin with an already installed massive consumer base and instant household name recognition, you're likely to have a huge hit just as long as you stay true to that user-base and don't try to just pump and dump.  You can make it a true win-win coin and make lots of money while providing a real service.

So forget about all these silly feathercoin, freicoin, And the rest - how can they expect to become known to everyone when they're starting from zero?  And why start from zero when there's plenty of household names you can legally use and are available in the public domain?  

This will be the next phase of this revolution as people with a namebrand will try to capitalize on it and it will be even a person's name like RockyCoin, JamesDeanCoin, etc, and all we have to do is be one of the first in this new trend cause once everyone does it you will be buried in an avalanche of obscurity amongst hundreds if not thousands of crypto coins.

If anyone is interested let me know.  Unfortunately I'm full of ideas and have some (coin) domain names but I lack the cash and programming skills.

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity, if you see it and have something to offer don't hesitate.  Act now!  Even if it's by yourself or in your own group!

Good luck!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Tropical Rain on June 28, 2013, 11:56:24 PM
Dosent list them all, but dosent really need to.
 Needs to be tended to though, CNC is dead, and some other coins should be listed under minor.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: TsuyokuNaritai on June 29, 2013, 01:27:55 AM
Dosent list them all, but dosent really need to.

If not listing them all, then the title should be changed.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Financisto on June 29, 2013, 07:21:28 AM
As far as I'm concerned with that flood of altcoins announcements, Namecoin is by far the only one major innovation after Bitcoin itself.

Am I not correct?

Please correct me if I'm wrong...


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mullick on June 29, 2013, 08:51:38 AM
As far as I'm concerned with that flood of altcoins announcements, Namecoin is by far the only one major innovation after Bitcoin itself.

Am I not correct?

Please correct me if I'm wrong...
You my sir are forgetting PPC but no others bring innovation on that level. They may have good marketing though. We will see how far that takes them


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: bernard75 on June 29, 2013, 05:40:13 PM
As far as I'm concerned with that flood of altcoins announcements, Namecoin is by far the only one major innovation after Bitcoin itself.

Am I not correct?

Please correct me if I'm wrong...

There have been quite a few significant developments.
Unfortunately not combined in a single coin.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Vlad2Vlad on June 29, 2013, 08:27:42 PM
You guys are only looking at the technical side of things of innovation.  There are many other equally important aspects which none of these coins have even touched on.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: yufu571 on June 30, 2013, 03:07:05 PM
so cool!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Vlad2Vlad on June 30, 2013, 10:02:32 PM
I read on these threads there are programmers on here who do the coding for a new coin for anyone interested.

Can anybody point me in the right direction and give me some details about how that works.  I understand only a bit of code needs to be changed in order to launch your own coin. 

Thanks.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Beave162 on July 01, 2013, 03:34:48 AM
As far as I'm concerned with that flood of altcoins announcements, Namecoin is by far the only one major innovation after Bitcoin itself.

Am I not correct?

Please correct me if I'm wrong...

There have been quite a few significant developments.
Unfortunately not combined in a single coin.

I believe you may be overlooking yacoin


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mrvegad on July 02, 2013, 04:28:16 PM
That's why i lile eMunie, it's not scrypt but something totally new. It's backed by a very experienced and successful programmer who also has experience in marketing as well as contacts in the mobile market.  Plus he has committed 200k of his own money to the project.  In my opinion eMunie is the next step for cryptocoins.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: The_Catman on July 05, 2013, 08:51:13 AM
Craftcoin (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=250343.0;all) has now been officially announced on BTCTalk.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on July 05, 2013, 08:53:00 AM
Nanotokens was released earlier this week.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=242491


http://nano.coinbit.pw/


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: rtf on July 05, 2013, 04:44:48 PM
Thank you for this list!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Badabing on July 06, 2013, 01:23:45 PM
Please add www.coins-e.com on the exchanges.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: LiteCoinGuy on July 08, 2013, 10:57:08 AM
where is mtgox in the Exchanges-list?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xchrix on July 09, 2013, 12:11:36 PM
where is mtgox in the Exchanges-list?

mtgox isnt trading altcoins. so no place here for mtgox. its also the badest exchange in my opinion :D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Tuck Fheman on July 10, 2013, 01:12:22 AM
Primecoin ... https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=251850.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=251850.0)
http://ppcoin.org/primecoin (http://ppcoin.org/primecoin)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Viscera on July 10, 2013, 03:14:49 AM
This was a great list, perhaps you could update it soon? You could add a list of "new coins". Primecoin looks like a very interesting new coin, and redcoin looks completely random but also is new and maybe it should be included in a list of "new coins".

I'm looking for Primecoin donations for my Faucet thread, I'm solo mining but haven't made any yet, fingers and toes crossed


AQ2AaHbpCUey8QuBt7s1NMX75fkh9qWoet


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Cheetahx on July 10, 2013, 05:51:06 AM
THE ORIGINAL CRYPTOCOIN LIST [version 20.06.2013]

MAJOR:
(big market, high security)

-BTC Bitcoin- (http://bitcoin.org/) -  first, strongest, most accepted, most mined, high volume market, a true currency
-LTC Litecoin- (http://litecoin.org/)  second only to BTC , faster than BTC, Smaller efficiency gap between GPUs and CPUs , ASIC-hostile
-NMC Namecoin- (http://namecoin.info/) merged mined with BTC, used for alternative p2p domain system
-PPC PPcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=101820.0)   Proof Of Stake [very innovative, low energy], compatibile with BTC miners

MINOR:
(established, but small)

-DVC Devcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=34586.0) merged mined with BTC, 90% of generation goes to foundation, 10% to miners
-NVC NovaCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=143221.0)  scrypt hashing[like LTC], proof of stake [like PPC]
-TRC Terracoin- (http://terracoin.org/) BTC clone, many diff algo updates.
-FRC Freicoin- (http://www.freicoin.org/)  4.89% anual demurrage. for the first 3 years 80% block subsidy goes to foundation, 20% to miners.
-FTC FeatherCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178286.0) LTC clone with 4x more coins. starting diff 0
-IXC IxCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=36218.0) merged mined with BTC, BTC clone.

CANDIDATES:
(not stable yet, with some community support)

-CNC CHNCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=192243.0) LTC clone, announced on chinese forum first.0 starting diff
-BQC BBQCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=93437.0) forgotten , now revived and active. faster version of LTC.
-BTB BitBar- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=238608.0)  scarce, PoW + PoS[like PPC] scrypt. 0 starting diff + quick adjustment.
-DGC DigitalCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=209508.0) LTC clone. 20 sec blocks. 0 starting diff + progresive reward.
-YAC YACoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=196196.0)  Yet Another altCoin. NovaCoin fork, with modified scrypt hashing
-WDC Worldcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=204894.0) LTC clone. 15 sec blocks. 0 starting diff.
-MNC Mincoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=165397.0) LTC clone, started with no binaries and 25000% reward blocks. 0 starting diff


THE PURGATORY:
(many new clones)

-BTG bitgem- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=207008.0) NVC scarce clone. 0 starting diff
-BTE Bytecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=164569.0) the 1:1 bitcoin copy  
-FLO Florin coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=236742.0) a coin with trasaction comments
-anoncoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227287.0) a coin with I2P support
-NBL nibble- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=216637.0) LTC clone. progresive starting reward.
-FRK Franko- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=202417.0) LTC clone. fast blocks. 0 starting diff. scarce.
-MEC Megacoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218851.0) LTC clone based on 8.2 code. 0 starting diff.
-JKC JKC- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=202454.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff with superblocks, random superblocks.
-PXC PhenixCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=211165.0) LTC clone. 1'000'000 coins premine
-AMC Americancoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219165.0) premined LTC clone with 6.5k-14k blocks giving zero reward
-FST Fastcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218852.0) LTC clone. 12 sec blocks. 0 starting diff.
-GLD gldcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=231834.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff, 2000% superblocks at start
-SPC supercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206164.0) JunkCoin clone. 0 starting diff
-doubloons- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206361.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff
-LKY LuckyCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=214614.0) superblocks at start, random superblocks [JunkCoin clone].
-MEM MEMEcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=217526.0)  premined LTC clone. 10 sec blocks. 0 starting diff + superblocks.
-EZC EzCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219308.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff and superblocks
-ARG Argentum- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=231524.0) premined LTC clone
-StableCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227766.0) 1.2mln premined, 0 starting diff
-ZTC ZenithCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219644.0)Freicoin based -demurrage +Scrypt. 50% tax for developer.
-ONC Onecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=200177.0) a coin that has total supply of 1, Scrypt-jane
-IFC infinitecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=225891.0) LTC clone with huge reward of  524288
-SYC Skycoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219550.0) premined LTC clone
-SXC Sexcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218158.0) JunkCoin clone
-RYC RoyalCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=199839.0) starting superblocks LTC clone
-DNC Dragoncoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=216653.0) smallchange clone
-Emerald- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=235870.0) LTC clone. progresive starting reward. scarse.
-USC UScoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=215465.0) premined LTC clone
-Noirbits- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=226903.0) LTC clone
-REC RealCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227149.0) premined LTC clone
-ALF Alphacoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=230868.0) LTC clone with 1000000 premined and starting superblocks.
-One last Coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=232254.0) premined LTC clone
-Quantumcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=226918.0) dead and relaunched clone



DEAD / DYING :


-PWC Powercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=203505.0)] LTC clone. 30 sec blocks.  killed by 51%
-SRC sunrisecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206017.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff. Dying because of no prime node from the start.
-Icecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=232186.0) DoA, relaunched by someone else and dead again..
-HYC Hypercoin-] (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218737.0) DoA, relaunched by someone else and dead again..
-HYC Hypercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218737.0)LTC clone + premine. dying of extremely low hashrate
-ELACoin- progtresive inlfation. tripple-failed launch - DOA
-FTC Gamecoin- yes, FTC. unfinished FTC clone , 51%'ed on launch. Ongoing tries for revival unde GME ticker. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=208747)
-LQC Liquidcoin made to be very fast at constant difficulty, dead [pool closed, exchange closed]
-SC Solidcoin - dying (10-20% fee), designed to improove IxCoin, hard to be neutral on this one, 1.0 was a premine scam, 2.0 says BTC is pyramid scheme.
-GG Geist Geld experiment on BTC algorithm, how fast can it go? just for sience.
-TBX Tenebrix interesting idea of cpu-friendly mining with scrypt, but premined with 7.7milion coins
-FBX Fairbrix - Tenebrix without the premine, bad launch,  alive but little support.
-I0C I0coin - ixcoin without the premine. Dead
-CLC Coiledcoin - some nice ideas, but killed in 51% attack
-RUC Rucoin - (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=48582.0) copy of bitcoin, only difference is that it was developed in russian not english. Dead, than reborn much different, not confirmed if it is the same blockchain,  both scrypt[like LTC] and sha256d , nice client !warning! not opensource ! dying again  https://www.rucoin.org/
-TimeKoin - (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=88467.0) PHP webbased coin, alive but not used or traded. http://timekoin.org/
-Beertokens- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=9493.0)abitious [impossible?] try to stabilize price against commodity.
-MMM MMMcoin - Dead coin by notorious scamer SPMavrodi, named "yes we can" "my mozem mnogoye" 30s between blocks, retarget every 1440 blocks.  10T premined and 0.01 reward, fees "shredder" feature, 51% protection. Abandoned by developers

NOT BTC ALTERNATIVE /  NEVER FULLY LAUNCHED:
(do not have bitcoin characteristics )

eCash historical try for digital curency by David Chaum, operational but died. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DigiCash
DigiCash was the company that made eCash . Possibly where Bitcoin came from.
Ripples XRP (http://ripple.com)-  , no mining - all coins available at start 80% foundation, and 20% develeopers. centralized, not opensource. not designed to be a currency, but an IOU exchange. Very innovative and usefull, but "not an altcoin"
Amazon Coin - centralized private scrip launched by Amazon and pegged to USD, not cryptographic at all, just a name.
WEEDS (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24209.0) never realy active and now dead
Groupcoin (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24813.0) - still alive but never realy active  
Opencoin - opensource version of digicash, opencoin.org , not launched yet
RealPay (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?all=;topic=62565.0)  100% coins at start, centralized, never realy launched ,site is dead
Qubic coins are produced at the rate determined by quorum of miners, not set by developers. Never launched.
Swiftcoin company operated, centralized and pegged, not opensource http://www.firstnationalbnak.com/faq
SMC smallchange functioning blockchain, but made just for research. might be a coin if reset.
-barcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=217636.0)functioning blockchain, but made just for research.


-------------------------------------end of list------------------------------------------------------

Exchanges:

https://www.cryptsy.com/
https://bter.com/
https://mcxnow.com/
https://btc-e.com/
https://vircurex.com/

Mining profitability sites:

http://www.coinchoose.com/
http://www.coinwarz.com/
http://dustcoin.com/mining
http://www.wheretomine.com/


Chronological list (https://github.com/ppcoin/ppcoin/wiki/History-of-cryptocurrency)  [Sunny King]


Corrections / additions are welcome.
If You find any information or categorization here hurtfull, unjust or wrong for any coin, please correct me.
 
 thx for input : FuzzyBear , Sunny King, Balthazar ,DannyM , ripper234 and others

 
 

Hello Xorxor,

Thank you for your post, it is very helpful, please note that threads like yours are certainly performing a valid service to the Crypto currency community and I thank you for your contribution.  Please accept my apologizes in advance for asking as you may have already answers this, how often do you update the list?   :)

After reading this thread I have a greater appreciation for the amount of time and energy you must have put into all of this.  As I am sure you already know there appears to have been quite a bit of activity in the Alt Coin arena as of late.

What would it take for you to update your list and move some of the Alt Coins that you have categorized in the PURGATORY list and qualify them into your CANDIDATES list?

Please note I did see your post where you highlighted three primary criteria...

1.) stable client,
2.) nice stable hashrate and
3.) buying support for some period of time.

Could you please elaborate how an Alt Coin would meet the above characteristics and what metrics you would use to both qualify and quantify as such for each of the criteria mentioned above?

Respectfully

Cheetahx


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Bytas on July 12, 2013, 09:12:14 AM
could we have a seperate category for "inovative coins".
basically for coins that try to add a mayor new concept to their coin and don't just clone/change block time.

The only coins that would fit in this category atm are:
bitcoin (yes, bitcoin was a new concept)
Litecoin ( Scrypt mining)
PPC (proof of share)
Primecoin (Prime hashing)

I personally see these coins as beacons of light on the way to a better future for cryptocoins. All other coins are just a sea of clones (some nicer than others) screaming for attention, that contribute little to nothing to the concept of cryptocurrency. Bringing new ideas should be encouraged, and official recognition is one of the ways to do that.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: ilovealtcoins on July 13, 2013, 12:01:44 AM
could we have a seperate category for "inovative coins".
basically for coins that try to add a mayor new concept to their coin and don't just clone/change block time.

The only coins that would fit in this category atm are:
bitcoin (yes, bitcoin was a new concept)
Litecoin ( Scrypt mining)
PPC (proof of share)
Primecoin (Prime hashing)

I personally see these coins as beacons of light on the way to a better future for cryptocoins. All other coins are just a sea of clones (some nicer than others) screaming for attention, that contribute little to nothing to the concept of cryptocurrency. Bringing new ideas should be encouraged, and official recognition is one of the ways to do that.

Litecoin wasn't the innovative one Tenebrix was the first one to use scrypt.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on July 13, 2013, 12:14:58 AM
could we have a seperate category for "inovative coins".
basically for coins that try to add a mayor new concept to their coin and don't just clone/change block time.

The only coins that would fit in this category atm are:
bitcoin (yes, bitcoin was a new concept)
Litecoin ( Scrypt mining)
PPC (proof of share)
Primecoin (Prime hashing)

I personally see these coins as beacons of light on the way to a better future for cryptocoins. All other coins are just a sea of clones (some nicer than others) screaming for attention, that contribute little to nothing to the concept of cryptocurrency. Bringing new ideas should be encouraged, and official recognition is one of the ways to do that.

Litecoin wasn't the innovative one Tenebrix was the first one to use scrypt.

+1. almost all coins are innovative in some way or another. i don't understand why people seem to think you have to reinvent an already working wheel for your coin to be considered legitimate.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: ilovealtcoins on July 13, 2013, 12:26:49 AM
could we have a seperate category for "inovative coins".
basically for coins that try to add a mayor new concept to their coin and don't just clone/change block time.

The only coins that would fit in this category atm are:
bitcoin (yes, bitcoin was a new concept)
Litecoin ( Scrypt mining)
PPC (proof of share)
Primecoin (Prime hashing)

I personally see these coins as beacons of light on the way to a better future for cryptocoins. All other coins are just a sea of clones (some nicer than others) screaming for attention, that contribute little to nothing to the concept of cryptocurrency. Bringing new ideas should be encouraged, and official recognition is one of the ways to do that.

Litecoin wasn't the innovative one Tenebrix was the first one to use scrypt.

+1. almost all coins are innovative in some way or another. i don't understand why people seem to think you have to reinvent an already working wheel for your coin to be considered legitimate.

If it ain't broke don't fix it. Its just like chairs... Why don't we go to the chair forum and complain about all chairs because they aren't innovative enough.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on July 13, 2013, 12:34:56 AM
could we have a seperate category for "inovative coins".
basically for coins that try to add a mayor new concept to their coin and don't just clone/change block time.

The only coins that would fit in this category atm are:
bitcoin (yes, bitcoin was a new concept)
Litecoin ( Scrypt mining)
PPC (proof of share)
Primecoin (Prime hashing)

I personally see these coins as beacons of light on the way to a better future for cryptocoins. All other coins are just a sea of clones (some nicer than others) screaming for attention, that contribute little to nothing to the concept of cryptocurrency. Bringing new ideas should be encouraged, and official recognition is one of the ways to do that.

Litecoin wasn't the innovative one Tenebrix was the first one to use scrypt.

+1. almost all coins are innovative in some way or another. i don't understand why people seem to think you have to reinvent an already working wheel for your coin to be considered legitimate.

If it ain't broke don't fix it. Its just like chairs... Why don't we go to the chair forum and complain about all chairs because they aren't innovative enough.
you said it man. while we're at it lets go complain that our Cadillac Escalade only get 12 miles to the gallon.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: servicehidden on July 13, 2013, 05:19:34 AM
+2


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=211165.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=211165.0) Offical launch of PhenixCoin.com

zerocoin.org (http://zerocoin.org)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on July 13, 2013, 07:27:36 AM
xorxor, i believe you have several coins to add to the list now. bet it didn't seem like this much of an undertaking when you took on the list did it?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: CryptoBeggar on July 13, 2013, 02:26:02 PM
How often does this list update (if it does)? I'm all interested in Cryptographic Boullion!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Mooshire on July 15, 2013, 02:55:15 PM
It scares me just how many altcoins there are here. Why don't we just make a program to create new altcoins. Enter name, block size, number of blocks, algo, amount to premine, press go.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: TsuyokuNaritai on July 15, 2013, 03:07:14 PM
It scares me just how many altcoins there are here. Why don't we just make a program to create new altcoins. Enter name, block size, number of blocks, algo, amount to premine, press go.
Don't tempt them.

Someone could even automate the whole process, choosing a random coin name, making an logo using google image search and a few image filter effects, and posting the announcement here with a bot account.

In the future every coin will be world-famous for fifteen minutes.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: pyromaniac on July 16, 2013, 12:17:44 PM
What about ElephantCoin? Why still not in the list?  ::)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: dego on July 16, 2013, 05:38:44 PM
I think NuCoin can also be considered as dead: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=241128.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: bernard75 on July 17, 2013, 12:07:23 AM
This is so senseless, everyday 2 altcoins appear and 3 disappear.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xchrix on July 17, 2013, 06:17:04 AM
This is so senseless, everyday 2 altcoins appear and 3 disappear.

just focus on the coins with exchanges like coins-e and cryptsy. all others are irrelevant atm


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on July 17, 2013, 11:16:16 PM
still waiting for this list to be updated with Nanotoken and Primecoin, both trading happily(and at good prices) on cryptsy.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xenofanesSkarak on July 19, 2013, 03:24:22 AM
Why don't we just make a program to create new altcoins. Enter name, block size, number of blocks, algo, amount to premine, press go.

yes I agree. some application for Android. and also for Apple Stole and windows 8 store. call it Millionare in 15 minutes and sell it for $99 or make special price buy 3 pay 2 for $199.  ;D  ;D  ;D  ;D

This is a chance for young smart developers. It must have very simple GUI, in all known languages, people just click click, OK click, click
 must be able to create everything except new username and discussion thread about coin on bitcointalk.org and some simple webpage for new altcoin within minutes, must include some shiny flash introduction full of naked people swimming in gold or something like this.

People would only click on some shiny pictures, application itself would randomly choose name of currency, amount of coins and all other things so that user dont have to think about such hard things and in the end application would print big cheque on $ 1,000,000 with due date 2256 or 3984 (any random date starting from year 3000)  ;D  ;D  ;D  ;D  ;D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xenofanesSkarak on July 19, 2013, 03:31:31 AM
maybe I missed it somewhere but didnot you forget on XenCoin https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/638-xencoin-xnc-information/ in your list? http://xencointalk.com - it is traded in large volumes on coins-e http://www.coins-e.com/exchange/XPM_BTC/ and btw it is very cheap    :D  :D
It is my favourite coin, dont let this coin die, buy something  :D , you can make fortune on it.  :o  :o  :o  :o


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: huytungvn on July 20, 2013, 12:08:02 AM
still waiting for XPM pool but I think that we cannot have a pool  :(


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mullick on July 21, 2013, 10:33:14 PM
When you have a moment you may want to look into Bottlecaps. I'll let you decide where they end up on the list.

The list is looking great. Thanks for the effort


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on July 22, 2013, 04:45:51 PM
please be patient folks. if he updated this list for every new coin, he'd be updating it twice or more a day. the good coins will win out and make it to the list.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: pr9me on July 28, 2013, 12:23:48 PM
I think this list, the coins you picked for "minor" and "major" are like...just your opinion...man. :-\

DGC would go much higher on the list if the community as a whole authored the list...

The wiki is the worst! DGC isn't even on there, and includes one coin I've never even heard of.

The concept of a list was a good idea, I will give you that..


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mechs on July 28, 2013, 10:22:32 PM
still waiting for XPM pool but I think that we cannot have a pool  :(
www.ypool.net for a XPM pool.  Even has its own miner program


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mechs on July 28, 2013, 11:28:30 PM
I complied my own list of the current alt-coins out there:
Alphacoin   
Americancoin   
Anoncoin   
Argentum   
BBQCoin   
Bitbar   
Bitgen   
Bottlecaps   
Bytecoin   
Casinocoin   
CHNcoin (Chinacoin)
Cloudcoin       
CopperLark   
Craftcoin   
Cryptogenicbullion   
Devcoin   
Diamond   
Digitalcoin   
Doubloons   
Elacoin   
Elephantcoin   
Emerald   
Ezcoin   
Fairbrix   
Fastcoin   
Feathercoin   
Florincoin   
Franko   
Freicoin   
Galaxycoin   
Gamecoin   
Gascoin   
GLDcoin   
Globalcoin   
Grandcoin   
Groupcoin   
Hypercoin   
Icecoin   
Infinitecoin   
IxCoin   
Junkcoin   
Krugercoin   
Lebowski   
Litecoin   
Mastercoin   
Megacoin   
Memecoin   
Middlecoin   
Mincoin   
Namecoin   
Nanotoken   
Nibblecoin   
Noirbits   
Novacoin   
Nucoin   
Onecoin   
Phenixcoin   
Philiosopherstone   
Powercoin   
PPCoin   
Primecoin   
Quarkcoin   
Realcoin   
Redcoin   
Richcoin   
Ripple (XRP)   
Royalcoin   
Rucoin   
Sexcoin   
Solidcoin   
Spots   
Stablecoin   
Sunrisecoin   
Supercoin   
Tenebrix   
Terracoin   
TimeKoin   
Valuecoin       
Worldcoin   
Xencoin   
YACoin   
ZenithCoin


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: TsuyokuNaritai on July 28, 2013, 11:39:46 PM
The OP has done a great job of managing this list till the rate of new altcoins got silly, but it doesn't seem as if he can keep up with the madness anymore.

xorxor has provided a valuable service to the community, but maybe it's time for another trusted altcoiner with more time to handle a "List of all cryptocoins" to take up the torch and start another thread?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: roy7 on July 28, 2013, 11:56:27 PM
Or just give up on it. :) Too many coins out there.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mechs on July 28, 2013, 11:59:04 PM
I think i got them all on my list


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xchrix on July 29, 2013, 06:47:20 AM
i am working on a list here http://www.cryptocoincharts.info/v2/coins/info
would anybody help me?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mechs on July 29, 2013, 01:16:33 PM
i am working on a list here http://www.cryptocoincharts.info/v2/coins/info
would anybody help me?
Check out my poll sticky at the top for the full list of all current coins


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Kujmandosz on July 29, 2013, 06:17:52 PM
Can you please add Cloudcoin to the list?

Thank you.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Walt Sobchak on July 29, 2013, 11:57:45 PM
Lebowskis, Man  8)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on July 30, 2013, 02:36:47 AM
Many many changes, quoted for easy comparison what is new.


THE ORIGINAL CRYPTOCOIN LIST [version 22.07.2013]

MAJOR:
(big market, high security)

-BTC Bitcoin- (http://bitcoin.org/) -  first, strongest, most accepted, most mined, high volume market, a true currency
-LTC Litecoin- (http://litecoin.org/)  second only to BTC , faster than BTC, Smaller efficiency gap between GPUs and CPUs , ASIC-hostile
-NMC Namecoin- (http://namecoin.info/) merged mined with BTC, used for alternative p2p domain system
-PPC PPcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=101820.0)   Proof Of Stake [very innovative, low energy], compatibile with BTC miners

MINOR:
(established, but small)

-DVC Devcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=34586.0) merged mined with BTC, 90% of generation goes to foundation, 10% to miners
-NVC NovaCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=143221.0)  scrypt hashing[like LTC], proof of stake [like PPC]
-XPM PrimeCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=251850.0) mining PrimeCoin helps look for prime numbers, instead wasting energy. for now cpu-only.
-TRC Terracoin- (http://terracoin.org/) BTC clone, many diff algo updates.
-FRC Freicoin- (http://www.freicoin.org/)  4.89% anual demurrage. for the first 3 years 80% block subsidy goes to foundation, 20% to miners.
-FTC FeatherCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178286.0) LTC clone with 4x more coins. starting diff 0
-IXC IxCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=36218.0) merged mined with BTC, BTC clone.

CANDIDATES:
(not stable yet, with some community support)

-BQC BBQCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=93437.0) forgotten , now revived and active. faster version of LTC.
-BTB BitBar- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=238608.0)  scarce, PoW + PoS[like PPC] scrypt. 0 starting diff + quick adjustment.
-DGC DigitalCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=209508.0) LTC clone. 20 sec blocks. 0 starting diff + progresive reward.
-YAC YACoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=196196.0)  Yet Another altCoin. NovaCoin fork, with modified scrypt hashing
-WDC Worldcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=204894.0) LTC clone. 15 sec blocks. 0 starting diff.
-MEC Megacoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218851.0) based on 8.2 code. 0 starting diff.
-CNC CHNCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=192243.0) LTC clone, announced on chinese forum first.0 starting diff
-MNC Mincoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=165397.0) LTC clone, started with no binaries and 25000% reward blocks. 0 starting diff

THE PURGATORY:
(many new clones)

-BTE Bytecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=164569.0) the 1:1 bitcoin copy  
-Anoncoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227287.0) a coin with I2P support
-NBL nibble- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=216637.0) LTC clone. progresive starting reward.
-FRK Franko- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=202417.0) LTC clone. fast blocks. 0 starting diff. scarce.
-PXC PhenixCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=211165.0) LTC clone. 1'000'000 coins premine
-FLO Florin coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=236742.0) a coin with trasaction comments
-BTG bitgem- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=207008.0) NVC scarce clone. 0 starting diff
-JKC JKC- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=202454.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff with superblocks, random superblocks.
-AMC Americancoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219165.0) premined LTC clone with 6.5k-14k blocks giving zero reward
-FST Fastcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218852.0) LTC clone. 12 sec blocks. 0 starting diff.
-GLD gldcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=231834.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff, 2000% superblocks at start
-SPC supercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206164.0) JunkCoin clone. 0 starting diff
-doubloons- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206361.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff
-LKY LuckyCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=214614.0) superblocks at start, random superblocks [JunkCoin clone].
-MEM MEMEcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=217526.0)  premined LTC clone. 10 sec blocks. 0 starting diff + superblocks.
-EZC EzCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219308.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff and superblocks
-ARG Argentum- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=231524.0) premined LTC clone
-StableCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227766.0) 1.2mln premined, 0 starting diff
-ZTC ZenithCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219644.0)Freicoin based -demurrage +Scrypt. 50% tax for developer.
-ONC Onecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=200177.0) a coin that has total supply of 1, Scrypt-jane
-IFC infinitecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=225891.0) LTC clone with huge reward of  524288
-GDC Grand coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255629.0) JKC clone
-SYC Skycoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219550.0) premined LTC clone
-SXC Sexcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218158.0) JunkCoin clone
-RYC RoyalCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=199839.0) starting superblocks LTC clone
-DNC Dragoncoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=216653.0) smallchange clone
-Emerald- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=235870.0) LTC clone. progresive starting reward. scarse.
-USC UScoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=215465.0) premined LTC clone
-Noirbits- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=226903.0) LTC clone
-REC RealCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227149.0) premined LTC clone
-ALF Alphacoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=230868.0) LTC clone with 1000000 premined and starting superblocks.
-One last Coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=232254.0) premined LTC clone
-Quantumcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=226918.0) dead and relaunched clone



DEAD / DYING :


-PWC Powercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=203505.0)] LTC clone. 30 sec blocks.  killed by 51%
-SRC sunrisecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206017.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff. Dying because of no prime node from the start.
-Icecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=232186.0) DoA, relaunched by someone else and dead again..
-HYC Hypercoin-] (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218737.0) DoA, relaunched by someone else and dead again..
-HYC Hypercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218737.0)LTC clone + premine. dying of extremely low hashrate
-ELACoin- progtresive inlfation. tripple-failed launch - DOA
-FTC Gamecoin- yes, FTC. unfinished FTC clone , 51%'ed on launch. Ongoing tries for revival unde GME ticker. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=208747)
-LQC Liquidcoin made to be very fast at constant difficulty, dead [pool closed, exchange closed]
-SC Solidcoin - dying (10-20% fee), designed to improove IxCoin, hard to be neutral on this one, 1.0 was a premine scam, 2.0 says BTC is pyramid scheme.
-GG Geist Geld experiment on BTC algorithm, how fast can it go? just for sience.
-TBX Tenebrix interesting idea of cpu-friendly mining with scrypt, but premined with 7.7milion coins
-FBX Fairbrix - Tenebrix without the premine, bad launch,  alive but little support.
-I0C I0coin - ixcoin without the premine. Dead
-CLC Coiledcoin - some nice ideas, but killed in 51% attack
-RUC Rucoin - (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=48582.0) copy of bitcoin, only difference is that it was developed in russian not english. Dead, than reborn much different, not confirmed if it is the same blockchain,  both scrypt[like LTC] and sha256d , nice client !warning! not opensource ! dying again  https://www.rucoin.org/
-TimeKoin - (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=88467.0) PHP webbased coin, alive but not used or traded. http://timekoin.org/
-Beertokens- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=9493.0)abitious [impossible?] try to stabilize price against commodity.
-MMM MMMcoin - Dead coin by notorious scamer SPMavrodi, named "yes we can" "my mozem mnogoye" 30s between blocks, retarget every 1440 blocks.  10T premined and 0.01 reward, fees "shredder" feature, 51% protection. Abandoned by developers

NOT BTC ALTERNATIVE /  NEVER FULLY LAUNCHED:
(do not have bitcoin characteristics )

eCash historical try for digital curency by David Chaum, operational but died. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DigiCash
DigiCash was the company that made eCash . Possibly where Bitcoin came from.
Ripples XRP (http://ripple.com)-  , no mining - all coins available at start 80% foundation, and 20% develeopers. centralized, not opensource. not designed to be a currency, but an IOU exchange. Very innovative and usefull, but "not an altcoin"
Amazon Coin - centralized private scrip launched by Amazon and pegged to USD, not cryptographic at all, just a name.
WEEDS (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24209.0) never realy active and now dead
Groupcoin (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24813.0) - still alive but never realy active  
Opencoin - opensource version of digicash, opencoin.org , not launched yet
RealPay (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?all=;topic=62565.0)  100% coins at start, centralized, never realy launched ,site is dead
Qubic coins are produced at the rate determined by quorum of miners, not set by developers. Never launched.
Swiftcoin company operated, centralized and pegged, not opensource http://www.firstnationalbnak.com/faq
SMC smallchange functioning blockchain, but made just for research. might be a coin if reset.
-barcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=217636.0)functioning blockchain, but made just for research.


-------------------------------------end of list------------------------------------------------------

Exchanges:

https://www.cryptsy.com/
https://bter.com/
https://mcxnow.com/
https://btc-e.com/
https://vircurex.com/
https://www.coins-e.com/

Mining profitability sites:

http://www.coinchoose.com/
http://www.coinwarz.com/
http://dustcoin.com/mining
http://www.wheretomine.com/


Chronological list (https://github.com/ppcoin/ppcoin/wiki/History-of-cryptocurrency)  [Sunny King]


Corrections / additions are welcome.
If You find any information or categorization here hurtfull, unjust or wrong for any coin, please correct me.
 
 thx for input : FuzzyBear , Sunny King, Balthazar ,DannyM , ripper234 and others
 



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: markm on July 30, 2013, 12:08:22 PM
Coiledcoin was never killed, it was attacked for about three days or so then the attacker ran around boasting of having killed it while actually it kept humming along just fine and has ever since.

It is a merged mined coin merged alongside bitcoin, namecoin, devcoin. groupcoin, ixcoin, i0coin and geistgeld.

-MarkM-


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: tiker on July 31, 2013, 01:42:23 AM
I think i got them all on my list

Nope.  You're missing a few.  See my list in my signature.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mechs on July 31, 2013, 04:28:09 AM
I think i got them all on my list

Nope.  You're missing a few.  See my list in my signature.
Thanks, I updated my poll though a couple on your list were actually not valid coins. 


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: tiker on July 31, 2013, 02:48:12 PM

Thanks, I updated my poll though a couple on your list were actually not valid coins. 

Which ones are not valid?  I've downloaded the clients for all of them which have addresses and for most of the ones without addresses.

Maybe the better question is - what is considered a valid coin?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Neo8 on July 31, 2013, 08:44:12 PM
"-Neocoin- NVC clone with in-chain messages and expanded alert system. Killed by bug in few hours,promised re-launch."

Please update your post.

There was bugs but Neocoin hasn't been killed by bug, people were mining it.. We have simply decided to stop because the launch was not good and people were not satisfied by that.

Neocoin is not a NVC Clone, we have developed unique features. The source code wasn't never released and nobody has examined it yet.

Neocoin will be relaunched shortly with the source code available.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on July 31, 2013, 09:03:03 PM
"-Neocoin- NVC clone with in-chain messages and expanded alert system. Killed by bug in few hours,promised re-launch."

Please update your post.

There was bugs but Neocoin hasn't been killed by bug, people were mining it.. We have simply decided to stop because the launch was not good and people were not satisfied by that.

Neocoin is not a NVC Clone, we have developed unique features. The source code wasn't never released and nobody has examined it yet.

Neocoin will be relaunched shortly with the source code available.

done


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on July 31, 2013, 09:18:19 PM
Coiledcoin was never killed, it was attacked for about three days or so then the attacker ran around boasting of having killed it while actually it kept humming along just fine and has ever since.

It is a merged mined coin merged alongside bitcoin, namecoin, devcoin. groupcoin, ixcoin, i0coin and geistgeld.

-MarkM-


I know You are mining dead coins at zero difficulty for months, just in hope it will pick-up and You will end up having a monstrous portion of them. That's ok. but ill stick to the official version:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=56675.0

"  [DEAD] Coiledcoin ...
Well, looks like this is pretty much dead courtesy of a >51% attack    "


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on July 31, 2013, 10:31:36 PM
orbitcoin added


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: GodfatherBond on August 04, 2013, 01:10:54 AM
Just in Bitcoin we trust - alt are lab for better bitcoin! So, there´s room but no real strike.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: gsoul5005 on August 04, 2013, 05:41:37 AM
"-CMC CosmosCoin- NVC clone with no fees "

Add - "with transaction comments" ?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Dps23 on August 04, 2013, 08:29:12 AM
Many many changes, quoted for easy comparison what is new.


please add also https://www.crypto-trade.com/

here you can already axchange XPM for USD !! it might interesting for some people


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mechs on August 04, 2013, 04:54:14 PM
Here is my current list of all coins:
Allahcoin
Alphacoin   
Americancoin   
Anoncoin   
Argentum   
BBQCoin
Bestcoin
Bitbar   
Bitgen   
Bottlecaps   
Bytecoin   
Casinocoin   
CHNcoin (Chinacoin)
Cloudcoin       
CopperLark
Cosmoscoin   
Craftcoin
Crimecoin
Cryptobits
Cryptogenicbullion   
Devcoin   
Diamond   
Digitalcoin   
Doubloons
Dragoncoin
DSCoin
Eaglecoin
Elacoin   
Elephantcoin   
Emerald   
Ezcoin   
Fairbrix   
Fastcoin   
Feathercoin
Ferretcoin
Flashcoin   
Florincoin   
Franko   
Freicoin   
Galaxycoin   
Gamecoin   
Gascoin
Geist Geld
GeoCoin
GIL
GLDcoin   
Globalcoin   
Grandcoin   
Groupcoin
Growthcoin
HoboNickels   
Hypercoin
i0Coin   
Icecoin   
Infinitecoin   
IxCoin
J-Coin
Junkcoin
Jupitercoin   
Krugercoin   
Lebowski
Liquidcoin   
Litecoin
LuckyCoin   
Mastercoin   
Megacoin   
Memecoin
Memorycoin       
Mincoin
MMMcoin
Namecoin   
Nanotoken   
Nibblecoin   
Noirbits   
Novacoin   
Nucoin
Obamacoin
Onecoin
OneLastCoin
Orbitcoin
Phenixcoin   
Philiosopherstone
PornCoin
Powercoin   
PPCoin   
Primecoin
Quantuncoin   
Quarkcoin
Quickcoin   
Realcoin   
Redcoin   
Richcoin   
Ripple (XRP)   
Royalcoin   
Rucoin   
Sexcoin
Sifcoin
SkyCoin
SmallChange
Solidcoin
Sphere   
Spots   
Stablecoin
Star Coin   
Sunrisecoin   
Supercoin   
Tenebrix   
Terracoin
Timecoin   
TimeKoin
Tradecoin
USCoin
VaginaCoin
Valuecoin
WeedCoin       
Worldcoin   
Xencoin   
YACoin
YBcoin
ZenithCoin


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: BitCoinNutJob on August 04, 2013, 07:07:08 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzW8rvyZmUE


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: cycloid on August 04, 2013, 09:57:12 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzW8rvyZmUE

+1 Awesomeness


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on August 04, 2013, 10:14:35 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzW8rvyZmUE
+
 ;D ;D ;D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Dps23 on August 04, 2013, 10:23:33 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzW8rvyZmUE
;D ;D ;D excellent work sir  ;D ;D ;D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Stephan21 on August 05, 2013, 02:05:43 AM
I found this list to be extremely helpful, thanks heaps to everyone who contributed to its creation.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: ripper234 on August 05, 2013, 05:08:13 AM
Any plans to add "the real, original mastercoin (http://mastercoin.org)" (MSC) to the list? (Instead of the usurper MST)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on August 05, 2013, 01:52:37 PM
"-CMC CosmosCoin- NVC clone with no fees "

Add - "with transaction comments" ?

done


Quote
please add also https://www.crypto-trade.com/

here you can already axchange XPM for USD !! it might interesting for some people

done


Any plans to add "the real, original mastercoin (http://mastercoin.org)" (MSC) to the list? (Instead of the usurper MST)

I just added it under "not launched yet"
I can see you are very active in the thread, can You check/correct my desctription ?

-MSC mastercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=265488.0) Not launchet yet, but you can buy them already. coins created by buying them with bitcoins. operates on a bitcoin blockchain.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: ripper234 on August 05, 2013, 02:28:10 PM
I just added it under "not launched yet"
I can see you are very active in the thread, can You check/correct my desctription ?

How about

-MSC MasterCoin- (http://mastercoin.org) Not launched yet, but you can buy them already. Coins created by buying them with bitcoins. Operates on the a bitcoin blockchain, allows for creating user-defined, backed currencies.

(Also changed the URL to mastercoin.org)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on August 05, 2013, 10:31:58 PM
How about

-MSC MasterCoin- (http://mastercoin.org) Not launched yet, but you can buy them already. Coins created by buying them with bitcoins. Operates on the a bitcoin blockchain, allows for creating user-defined, backed currencies.

(Also changed the URL to mastercoin.org)

THX!

I preffer to use forum thread if available. two reasons:
- most coins have only that
- this is a forum based list.

as of expanding description - it is already one of the longest.

Thanks for doublechecking my work anyway, now I know I didnt make any mistake in my understanding of MSC


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: ripper234 on August 06, 2013, 12:01:46 AM
THX!

I preffer to use forum thread if available. two reasons:
- most coins have only that
- this is a forum based list.

as of expanding description - it is already one of the longest.

Thanks for doublechecking my work anyway, now I know I didnt make any mistake in my understanding of MSC

Thanks for maintaining the list so diligently!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on August 06, 2013, 04:33:48 AM
added 8 new coins:

-GRW Growthcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=267019.0) Super quickly mined NVC clone, halving every 3 months + 100% RoI. Exponential inflation.
-JPU J-Coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=264556.0) YAC clone .
-MemoryCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=267522.0) SHA512 + modified scrypt coin with grands.
-ZET Zetacoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=267545.0) BTC clone, sha256.
-CRM Crimecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=266387.0) Premined LTC clone.
-JPC JUPITERCOIN- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=257528.0) Scarce LTC Clone. 0 starting difficulty, 0.27% premined.
-PHS Philosopherstone- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=263744.0) NVC Clone with random blocks and in-blockchain messages.
-ELP ElephantCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=256501.0) LTC Clone with random blocks and in-blockchain messages.0.4% premined.

added emunie under not launched:

-EMU Emunie- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=246463.0) Not launchet yet, closed source beta only. May be a big thing - coin based on trust, not hashpower. Yet unknown if will be decentralised and opensource or ripple-like.

some small corrections to others.

little changes in positions. [IFC,ANC,FTC,FRC]







Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on August 06, 2013, 08:38:11 AM
funny how there is no mention of the 4 million coin premine on GLDcoin


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: CaptChadd on August 06, 2013, 09:38:10 AM
How come you have said Crimecoin is a premine clone?

I only mined 30,000 before release, there is more than double than that mined now and I am giving 50 away at a time in a giveaway and also have paid out bounties.

This list is totally unfair.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: CaptChadd on August 06, 2013, 09:40:03 AM
E.G -VLC ValueCoin- LTC clone but where is the mention of the 1 million pre mine?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on August 06, 2013, 12:04:16 PM
funny how there is no mention of the 4 million coin premine on GLDcoin

I can see 4000000 instamine in the code, thats why it was stated "0 starting diff and 2000% superblocks at start"

for clarity added "3% instamine"

I can't find original announcement post, if announcement was after mining start, there was actually premine. Can you provide such information ?

Thank you for your help in making this list better.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on August 06, 2013, 12:11:29 PM
How come you have said Crimecoin is a premine clone?

I only mined 30,000 before release, there is more than double than that mined now and I am giving 50 away at a time in a giveaway and also have paid out bounties.

This list is totally unfair.

changed to "A little (0.03%) premined LTC clone." for clarity.
It's good that you reacted fast. Thanks.


E.G -VLC ValueCoin- LTC clone but where is the mention of the 1 million pre mine?

checked the code, added info about premine and mooved way down.

Thank you for your help, great to have some .
If you find any more things that need corrections please contact me.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: smoothie on August 06, 2013, 12:27:12 PM
I haven't looked much into it but is Crimecoin where you get your coins stolen?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on August 06, 2013, 01:04:09 PM
I haven't looked much into it but is Crimecoin where you get your coins stolen?

Nah, just a simple clone with intentionally bad name.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: 258590478 on August 09, 2013, 09:21:02 AM
Please add Freecoin (FEC) to @ cryptsy, this is a very popular new COIN, here is his introduction https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=269669.0, please consider!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on August 09, 2013, 09:57:08 AM
would you mine doing a little better investigation into j-coin? its a little more than a "YAC Cone"


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on August 09, 2013, 11:43:49 AM
Please add Freecoin (FEC) to @ cryptsy, this is a very popular new COIN, here is his introduction https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=269669.0, please consider!

Will be added on next update,
 under research now :

[ZCC]ZcCoin
[FEC] FreeCoin
[CENT] Pennies
[PYC] Paycoin
(RED) REDCOIN


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on August 09, 2013, 11:51:39 AM
would you mine doing a little better investigation into j-coin? its a little more than a "YAC Cone"

I couldn't !!  There where no source given!!!  Now I can se a source is available and here is what I see:

- 210777 premine, never announced!!!

Code:
if (nHeight == 1)
{
    nSubsidy= 777 * COIN;
}
else if (nHeight == 2)
{
nSubsidy = 210000 * COIN;

with 5% RoI this is even bigger premine :

Code:
static int64 nRewardCoinYear = 5 * CENT;


updated!



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on August 09, 2013, 12:06:12 PM
those block rewards didn't take, but we left them in the source anyway because they are included in the windows client. the actual block rewards are determined by stake. the premine was only 250 coiins(250 blocks). the proof of work reward is only 1 coin per block.

proof

Code:

07:05:54

getinfo


07:05:54

{
"version" : "v1.0.0.0-gnon-commit-J",
"protocolversion" : 60005,
"walletversion" : 60000,
"balance" : 208.47000000,
"newmint" : 0.00000000,
"stake" : 0.00000000,
"blocks" : 8187,
"moneysupply" : 8186.12500000,
"connections" : 2,
"proxy" : "",
"ip" : "173.216.107.57",
"difficulty" : 1.57414969,
"testnet" : false,
"keypoololdest" : 1375237330,
"keypoolsize" : 102,
"paytxfee" : 0.00000000,
"errors" : ""
}


Code:

07:07:16

getmininginfo


07:07:16

{
"blocks" : 8420,
"currentblocksize" : 1000,
"currentblocktx" : 0,
"difficulty" : 0.91871925,
"errors" : "",
"generate" : false,
"genproclimit" : -1,
"hashespersec" : 0,
"networkhashps" : 61470114,
"pooledtx" : 0,
"testnet" : false,
"Nfactor" : 6,
"N" : 128,
"powreward" : 1.00000000
}


you also didn't mention anything about SSDRA retarget system or transaction based demurrage.



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on August 09, 2013, 12:25:36 PM
would you mine doing a little better investigation into j-coin? its a little more than a "YAC Cone"

I couldn't !!  There where no source given!!!  Now I can se a source is available and here is what I see:

- 210777 premine, never announced!!!

Code:
if (nHeight == 1)
{
   nSubsidy= 777 * COIN;
}
else if (nHeight == 2)
{
nSubsidy = 210000 * COIN;

with 5% RoI this is even bigger premine :

Code:
static int64 nRewardCoinYear = 5 * CENT;


updated!



also thats not even the right source code. no wonder no one can compile it for linux. i'll try to find the correct version of the source we used and upload it. for now though you are wrong, the premine was scrapped because we couldnt get the rewards to work with Proof of Stake. rather than reset the chain(we had already mined 50 blocks @ 1 jcoin per block) we opted for a compromise-- mine 250 blocks instead of premine, but we left the premine and block rewards in place for compatibility

the correct source code in main.cpp reads

Code:
static const int64 nA = 777;                    //premine variable 1
static const int64 nB = 228.7992277992278;     // premine variable 2

else if (nHeight == 2) {nSubsidy = (nA * nB) * COIN;}                                                   // Premine: 177,777 coins




Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on August 09, 2013, 12:44:03 PM
Cant say anything about retarget algo without the code.

 In the code provided I found a quicker PPC retarget with limiter.
If this is the algo, it is simply a "PPC retarget, but broken"
 It would be unstable and suffer long blockchain slowdowns, diff stranding.

JPU moved to "not an altcoin" until code provided.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on August 09, 2013, 01:47:45 PM
Cant say anything about retarget algo without the code.

 In the code provided I found a quicker PPC retarget with limiter.
If this is the algo, it is simply a "PPC retarget, but broken"
 It would be unstable and suffer long blockchain slowdowns, diff stranding.

JPU moved to "not an altcoin" until code provided.

LOL, funny that its never been stranded once, despite huge swells in difficulty and influxes and exoduses of hashrate. the retarget works perfectly. there is nothing broken about the ppcoin code.. i challenge you to try the coin before spouting your pompus opinions based in your own assumptions.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on August 09, 2013, 02:15:06 PM
one more thing xorxor, you forgot to list ANN (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=269139.0), which is possibly the greatest crypto ever


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on August 09, 2013, 02:50:33 PM

LOL, funny that its never been stranded once, despite huge swells in difficulty and influxes and exoduses of hashrate. the retarget works perfectly. there is nothing broken about the ppcoin code.. i challenge you to try the coin before spouting your pompus opinions based in your own assumptions.

well, is it the right code than or not ?



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on August 09, 2013, 02:55:25 PM
one more thing xorxor, you forgot to list ANN (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=269139.0), which is possibly the greatest crypto ever

this trolling is not even good enough for "not a coin" list. There were better troll-ann's and they are not on the list


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: DogtownHero on August 09, 2013, 02:58:38 PM

LOL, funny that its never been stranded once, despite huge swells in difficulty and influxes and exoduses of hashrate. the retarget works perfectly. there is nothing broken about the ppcoin code.. i challenge you to try the coin before spouting your pompus opinions based in your own assumptions.

well, is it the right code than or not ?

problem is he deleted the original source code before he sent me the client. i decided to move forward any way with the 1 coin rewards. as a compromise, we premined 250 blocks. he got 101 blocks and my computer got 149 blocks. in the grand scheme of things, yes it was a premine but it was much smaller than the planned premine. the original block rewards were supposed to be 22.5 coins per block then gradually tapering down to .0777 coins per block. since the block rewards seem to be locked in at 1 coin per block i decided that premining 177,777 blocks would not only be unfair, it would be not feasible. as far as the diff retarget though, it works. i don't know if it was a line of bull he fed me but it seems to retarget gracefully on each block. we've had influxes of 120 m/h both ways and the coin just keeps chugging along. overall i'm happy with how it turned out. i like the idea of the proof of stake checkpoints and transaction based demurrage. one thing that bugs me is that the various source codes he has provided never compile for anyone on linux, which is a bummer.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on August 09, 2013, 03:07:57 PM

LOL, funny that its never been stranded once, despite huge swells in difficulty and influxes and exoduses of hashrate. the retarget works perfectly. there is nothing broken about the ppcoin code.. i challenge you to try the coin before spouting your pompus opinions based in your own assumptions.

well, is it the right code than or not ?

problem is he deleted the original source code before he sent me the client. i decided to move forward any way with the 1 coin rewards. as a compromise, we premined 250 blocks. he got 101 blocks and my computer got 149 blocks. in the grand scheme of things, yes it was a premine but it was much smaller than the planned premine. the original block rewards were supposed to be 22.5 coins per block then gradually tapering down to .0777 coins per block. since the block rewards seem to be locked in at 1 coin per block i decided that premining 177,777 blocks would not only be unfair, it would be not feasible. as far as the diff retarget though, it works. i don't know if it was a line of bull he fed me but it seems to retarget gracefully on each block. we've had influxes of 120 m/h both ways and the coin just keeps chugging along. overall i'm happy with how it turned out. i like the idea of the proof of stake checkpoints and transaction based demurrage. one thing that bugs me is that the various source codes he has provided never compile for anyone on linux, which is a bummer.

ok man, i'm sorry i know i messed up(irony) but i am still working on providing you with the right source code. problem is there are 7 different versions of the source and i didn't label them so i don't remember which version i used, and none of them seem to be building in the virtual machine no longer. i've asked justin to maybe take a look at it with me and see if he can compile it on a native window machine but he hasn't replied yet. i promise as soon as i get this sorted i will hook you up with the right source code. i feel really bad about this Dogtown, i really do. i owe ya one. if you want a refund of your btc i understand and will pay it back immediately if thats what you want


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on August 09, 2013, 03:10:56 PM

LOL, funny that its never been stranded once, despite huge swells in difficulty and influxes and exoduses of hashrate. the retarget works perfectly. there is nothing broken about the ppcoin code.. i challenge you to try the coin before spouting your pompus opinions based in your own assumptions.

well, is it the right code than or not ?

problem is he deleted the original source code before he sent me the client. i decided to move forward any way with the 1 coin rewards. as a compromise, we premined 250 blocks. he got 101 blocks and my computer got 149 blocks. in the grand scheme of things, yes it was a premine but it was much smaller than the planned premine. the original block rewards were supposed to be 22.5 coins per block then gradually tapering down to .0777 coins per block. since the block rewards seem to be locked in at 1 coin per block i decided that premining 177,777 blocks would not only be unfair, it would be not feasible. as far as the diff retarget though, it works. i don't know if it was a line of bull he fed me but it seems to retarget gracefully on each block. we've had influxes of 120 m/h both ways and the coin just keeps chugging along. overall i'm happy with how it turned out. i like the idea of the proof of stake checkpoints and transaction based demurrage. one thing that bugs me is that the various source codes he has provided never compile for anyone on linux, which is a bummer.

ok man, i'm sorry i know i messed up(irony) but i am still working on providing you with the right source code. problem is there are 7 different versions of the source and i didn't label them so i don't remember which version i used, and none of them seem to be building in the virtual machine no longer. i've asked justin to maybe take a look at it with me and see if he can compile it on a native window machine but he hasn't replied yet. i promise as soon as i get this sorted i will hook you up with the right source code. i feel really bad about this Dogtown, i really do. i owe ya one. if you want a refund of your btc i understand and will pay it back immediately if thats what you want

OMG thats ridiculous!!  LOL :D

Let me know when the code will be found and published. I will move the coin again.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on August 09, 2013, 05:29:56 PM
added:

  ZcCoin, FreeCoin, Pennies, Paycoin , Redcoin

  https://coinex.pw/

moved:

  I0Coin moved from the dead to alive


some minor corections.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: fellowdj on August 10, 2013, 09:02:29 AM
Thanks xorxor! Great list :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on August 10, 2013, 02:41:09 PM
"Trollcoins" section should be added. :D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on August 10, 2013, 02:43:15 PM
"Trollcoins" section should be added. :D


And while he's add it, why doesn't he add a "Scamcoins" section?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on August 10, 2013, 08:40:59 PM
why doesn't he add a "Scamcoins" section?
Because it exists already. It was renamed to "Dead" a long time ago.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on August 14, 2013, 01:28:35 PM
why doesn't he add a "Scamcoins" section?
Because it exists already. It was renamed to "Dead" a long time ago.

that was an unfair joke targeted at NVC. i'm sorry i did that, you seem to actually be an ok dude despite the NVC premine. i shouldn't have been so rude to you after you have been so nice to me. Btw, you are doing great work repairing PHS.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on August 14, 2013, 01:39:00 PM
one more thing xorxor, you forgot to list ANN (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=269139.0), which is possibly the greatest crypto ever

this trolling is not even good enough for "not a coin" list. There were better troll-ann's and they are not on the list

sh*tcoin was my personal favorite...


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on August 14, 2013, 03:25:53 PM
that was an unfair joke targeted at NVC. i'm sorry i did that, you seem to actually be an ok dude despite the NVC premine. i shouldn't have been so rude to you after you have been so nice to me. Btw, you are doing great work repairing PHS.
Thank you, but there is no premine exists in NVC. Anyone able to verify this fact using a block chain explorer and calculator. Of course, people are free to listen the ignorant or biased guys, but it's not a thing that our brains supposed to do. :) That's why I'm using the "Ignore" button instead of arguing with them and I recommend anyone to do the same.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on August 14, 2013, 10:34:30 PM
6 new coins, and some changes coming into next update.


I have a proposition to change the categories, but first, I want to check the response :

1 Bitcoin

2 Litecoin

3 Major [ rest major and all current minor]

4 Minor [all current candidates]

5 Candidates [the current top paragraph of purgatory]

6 Purgatory [the rest]

Let me know what you think.



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mechs on August 15, 2013, 02:54:46 AM
I think Litecoin is a declining currency and in a couple months will be overtaken by Primecoin.  I would not give Litecoin its own catergory.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on August 15, 2013, 10:41:27 AM
I think Litecoin is a declining currency and in a couple months will be overtaken by Primecoin.  I would not give Litecoin its own catergory.


Maybe, who knows - I'm gonna change the list than. Right now it has more market cap that all other alts together.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on August 16, 2013, 04:08:00 AM
I think Litecoin is a declining currency and in a couple months will be overtaken by Primecoin.  I would not give Litecoin its own catergory.


Maybe, who knows - I'm gonna change the list than. Right now it has more market cap that all other alts together.

Well, you left out gamecoin. it was released about 3 months ago, killed, then resurrected a few weeks ago. it just got added to cryptsy. might wanna research up on it. not sure of the timeline/specifics


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on August 16, 2013, 01:14:01 PM
I think Litecoin is a declining currency and in a couple months will be overtaken by Primecoin.  I would not give Litecoin its own catergory.


Maybe, who knows - I'm gonna change the list than. Right now it has more market cap that all other alts together.

Well, you left out gamecoin. it was released about 3 months ago, killed, then resurrected a few weeks ago. it just got added to cryptsy. might wanna research up on it. not sure of the timeline/specifics

You missed it on the list!

- it was added immediately after relase
- it was moved to dead when died
- there was new link added to the description when tries to revive it started.
- I was actively helping dev's with the coin security in the new revival thread
- it is still on the list, with both original and revival thread links.

I know about this coin, It will be resurected on next update, with the 7 new coins I'm researching now. 


Thank You for your interest in the list.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on August 16, 2013, 01:20:43 PM
I think Litecoin is a declining currency and in a couple months will be overtaken by Primecoin.  I would not give Litecoin its own catergory.


Maybe, who knows - I'm gonna change the list than. Right now it has more market cap that all other alts together.

Well, you left out gamecoin. it was released about 3 months ago, killed, then resurrected a few weeks ago. it just got added to cryptsy. might wanna research up on it. not sure of the timeline/specifics

You missed it on the list!

- it was added immediately after relase
- it was moved to dead when died
- there was new link added to the description when tries to revive it started.
- I was actively helping dev's with the coin security in the new revival thread
- it is still on the list, with both original and revival thread links.

I know about this coin, It will be resurected on next update, with the 7 new coins I'm researching now. 


Thank You for your interest in the list.

ah ok my bad, its listed as FTC instead of GME. thats weird


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on August 16, 2013, 01:36:35 PM
I think Litecoin is a declining currency and in a couple months will be overtaken by Primecoin.  I would not give Litecoin its own catergory.


Maybe, who knows - I'm gonna change the list than. Right now it has more market cap that all other alts together.

Well, you left out gamecoin. it was released about 3 months ago, killed, then resurrected a few weeks ago. it just got added to cryptsy. might wanna research up on it. not sure of the timeline/specifics

You missed it on the list!

- it was added immediately after relase
- it was moved to dead when died
- there was new link added to the description when tries to revive it started.
- I was actively helping dev's with the coin security in the new revival thread
- it is still on the list, with both original and revival thread links.

I know about this coin, It will be resurected on next update, with the 7 new coins I'm researching now. 


Thank You for your interest in the list.

ah ok my bad, its listed as FTC instead of GME. thats weird

It was so bad clone, even the ticker was not changed.
original description was : "FTC Gamecoin . Yes, FTC... Clone so bad it was 51% - killed the first day"
 It is revived under new ticker GME.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on August 16, 2013, 02:24:44 PM
Maybe I'm wrong, but I guess that we need a periodical contest or review. I.e. analogue for the Ig Nobel prize in the cryptos subject.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ig_Nobel_Prize

Because it will provide you an opportunity to make this list simpler by moving records about the unusual achievements (e.g. MMMCoin or SolidCoin) into another topic.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Petr1fied on August 16, 2013, 03:01:56 PM
It was so bad clone, even the ticker was not changed.
original description was : "FTC Gamecoin . Yes, FTC... Clone so bad it was 51% - killed the first day"
 It is revived under new ticker GME.

It's no longer "Ongoing tries for revival", I think it pretty much qualifies for a successful revival now. Also the only thing remaining from it's FTC clone beginnings is the same genesis block, there are many checkpoints starting with block 1 on the legitimately mined chain and all clients older than GameCoin v0.8.1 are now blacklisted and cannot connect to contaminate the peers list.

Any chance it could at least get a promotion from dead/dying to The Purgatory and you could update the forum topic to the current topic (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=263600.0)?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on August 16, 2013, 03:26:28 PM
It was so bad clone, even the ticker was not changed.
original description was : "FTC Gamecoin . Yes, FTC... Clone so bad it was 51% - killed the first day"
 It is revived under new ticker GME.

It's no longer "Ongoing tries for revival", I think it pretty much qualifies for a successful revival now. Also the only thing remaining from it's FTC clone beginnings is the same genesis block, there are many checkpoints starting with block 1 on the legitimately mined chain and all clients older than GameCoin v0.8.1 are now blacklisted and cannot connect to contaminate the peers list.

Any chance it could at least get a promotion from dead/dying to The Purgatory and you could update the forum topic to the current topic (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=263600.0)?

You missed my post :

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=134179.msg2945279#msg2945279

Quote
"I know about this coin, It will be resurected on next update, with the 7 new coins I'm researching now. "

I already stated it is going to be back on next update.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: gsoul5005 on August 19, 2013, 02:47:52 PM
I guess the "THE PURGATORY" section should include another section.

With these Coins. Hybrids or something new...

ANC Anoncoin- a coin with I2P support    ( Add ~1000 blocks premined ? )
FLO Florin coin- a coin with trasaction comments
CMC CosmosCoin- NVC fork with no fees and transaction comments (no premine?) someone please verify.
PHS Philosopherstone- NVC Clone with random blocks and in-blockchain messages.(no premine?) someone please verify .(50% PoS ) Hybrid of Random blocks, NVC, florin.

And another section with modified hashing algo coins.

And the list seems to be missing craftcoin.
And the coins with no premine deserves a no premine tag.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on August 19, 2013, 05:32:53 PM
It seems that we need "NVC clones" category:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=143221.msg2963409#msg2963409

 ::)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on August 19, 2013, 06:10:42 PM
It seems that we need "NVC clones" category:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=143221.msg2963409#msg2963409

 ::)

i think BOC is sha 256 though. wonder why he didn't just clone PPC instead?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on August 19, 2013, 06:41:31 PM
r3wt

NVC != PPC + scrypt, it develops stand-alone for a long time, and there are some ideological differences.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on August 19, 2013, 06:49:09 PM
r3wt

NVC != PPC + scrypt, it develops stand-alone for a long time, and there are some ideological differences.

lol yeah i know but its strange how bounty coin developed off of NVC instead of PPC


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on August 19, 2013, 06:58:07 PM
Actually I think that at least 3-4 recent forks (try to guess which ones) were started by the same person. Because those forks has the same stupid chain parameters, chain consistency issues, commit descriptions and even design of splash screen. ::)

I have really no idea why would anyone do something like this. Maybe it's a part of thesis, I don't know. :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: hotcoldcoin on August 20, 2013, 09:53:41 AM
Attempting a reboot of Pokercoin [POK], see thread (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=250711.msg2962676#msg2962676) for info.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on August 20, 2013, 05:12:09 PM
NAN = Dead. 0 blocks in 8 days


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on August 20, 2013, 07:41:04 PM
Attempting a reboot of Pokercoin [POK], see thread (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=250711.msg2962676#msg2962676) for info.

NAN = Dead. 0 blocks in 8 days

Thank You, that is what I need  for next update.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: reb0rn21 on August 21, 2013, 10:46:45 PM
[CPR] | Copper Bars | Scrypt-Jane |

no premine at all, very scarce, traded for real copper bar at coin OP market


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: phelix on August 27, 2013, 07:35:18 AM
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=280892 List of Innovative Cryptocurrencies

Please let me know should something new come up.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: CommanderVenus on August 28, 2013, 03:43:28 AM
What is meant by Terracoin being "still abused"?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: carborundum on August 29, 2013, 09:14:12 PM
I complied my own list of the current alt-coins out there:
Alphacoin   
Americancoin   
Anoncoin   
Argentum   
BBQCoin   
Bitbar   
Bitgen   
Bottlecaps   
Bytecoin   
Casinocoin   
CHNcoin (Chinacoin)
Cloudcoin       
CopperLark   
Craftcoin   
Cryptogenicbullion   
Devcoin   
Diamond   
Digitalcoin   
Doubloons   
Elacoin   
Elephantcoin   
Emerald   
Ezcoin   
Fairbrix   
Fastcoin   
Feathercoin   
Florincoin   
Franko   
Freicoin   
Galaxycoin   
Gamecoin   
Gascoin   
GLDcoin   
Globalcoin   
Grandcoin   
Groupcoin   
Hypercoin   
Icecoin   
Infinitecoin   
IxCoin   
Junkcoin   
Krugercoin   
Lebowski   
Litecoin   
Mastercoin   
Megacoin   
Memecoin   
Middlecoin   
Mincoin   
Namecoin   
Nanotoken   
Nibblecoin   
Noirbits   
Novacoin   
Nucoin   
Onecoin   
Phenixcoin   
Philiosopherstone   
Powercoin   
PPCoin   
Primecoin   
Quarkcoin   
Realcoin   
Redcoin   
Richcoin   
Ripple (XRP)   
Royalcoin   
Rucoin   
Sexcoin   
Solidcoin   
Spots   
Stablecoin   
Sunrisecoin   
Supercoin   
Tenebrix   
Terracoin   
TimeKoin   
Valuecoin       
Worldcoin   
Xencoin   
YACoin   
ZenithCoin

What happened to that stupidly long named German alt coin?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: KonstantinosM on August 29, 2013, 11:53:04 PM
What about zeta coin?

Is it too new to be on this list or what?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mishax1 on August 30, 2013, 09:49:43 AM
zetacoin should be vanished along with 95% of the coins anyway..


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mechs on August 30, 2013, 11:29:53 PM
It probably has been added after this list compiled.  Will be doing a new poll soon and will add it;)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Vlad2Vlad on August 31, 2013, 03:53:54 AM
Can you correct a couple things?

A) Nuggets (NUGs) had a premine but I gave 100% of the premined coins away to the first 16 random wallet addresses to be put up on the main thread, so please add that.  And the premined was only .5% to start with and I have now been actively buying NUGGETS coins off miners to use as bounties, which is what I was planning to do with the premine in the first place.




B) Spots was not a smallchange clone.  It was a complete nuggets clone.  In fact the guy was mocking NUGGETS for a week and when he saw I had 20,000 views with nearly 2,000 posts in less than 2 weeks he cloned NUGGETS and started spots.

This is accurate information so please update your list.  

Thanks!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Micon on September 02, 2013, 12:09:50 PM
FYI fixed it.  Embarrassing to but btc in same category as anything.  Good list otherwise.  FYI I think all alt-currencies are going to shit and BTC is the jesus.   k thnkx bye

THE ORIGINAL CRYPTOCOIN LIST [version August 09, 2013]

THE ONLY
-BTC Bitcoin- (http://bitcoin.org/)
first, strongest, most accepted, most mined, high volume market, a true currency

MAJOR:
(big market, high security)

-LTC Litecoin- (http://litecoin.org/)  second only to BTC , faster than BTC, Smaller efficiency gap between GPUs and CPUs , ASIC-hostile
-NMC Namecoin- (http://namecoin.info/) merged mined with BTC, used for alternative p2p domain system
-PPC PPcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=101820.0)   Proof Of Stake [very innovative, low energy], compatibile with BTC miners

MINOR:
(established, but small)

-NVC NovaCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=143221.0)  scrypt hashing[like LTC], proof of stake [like PPC]
-XPM PrimeCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=251850.0) mining PrimeCoin helps looking for prime numbers, instead of wasting energy. for now cpu-only.
-DVC Devcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=34586.0) merged mined with BTC, 90% of generation goes to foundation, 10% to miners
-FTC FeatherCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178286.0) LTC clone with 4x more coins. starting diff 0
-FRC Freicoin- (http://www.freicoin.org/)  4.89% anual demurrage. for the first 3 years 80% block subsidy goes to foundation, 20% to miners.
-TRC Terracoin- (http://terracoin.org/) BTC clone, many diff algo updates, still abused.

CANDIDATES:
(not stable yet, with some community support)

-IXC IxCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=36218.0) merged mined with BTC, BTC clone.
-DGC DigitalCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=209508.0) LTC clone. 20 sec blocks. 0 starting diff + progresive reward.
-MEC Megacoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218851.0) based on 8.2 code. 0 starting diff.
-BQC BBQCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=93437.0) forgotten , now revived and active. faster version of LTC.
-YAC YACoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=196196.0)  Yet Another altCoin. NovaCoin fork, with modified scrypt hashing
-WDC Worldcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=204894.0) LTC clone. 15 sec blocks. 0 starting diff.
-CNC CHNCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=192243.0) LTC clone, announced on chinese forum first.0 starting diff
-BTB BitBar- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=238608.0)  scarce, PoW + PoS[like PPC] scrypt. 0 starting diff + quick adjustment.
-MNC Mincoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=165397.0) LTC clone, started with no binaries and 25000% reward blocks. 0 starting diff
-PXC PhenixCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=211165.0) LTC clone. 1'000'000 coins premine

THE PURGATORY:
(many new clones)

-ANC Anoncoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227287.0) a coin with I2P support
-IFC infinitecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=225891.0) LTC clone with huge reward of  524288
-PyBC Coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=252152.0) An example coin to show new "Python Blockchain" Library capabilities.
-FRK Franko- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=202417.0) LTC clone. fast blocks. 0 starting diff. scarce.
-BTE Bytecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=164569.0) the 1:1 bitcoin copy  
-CAP Bottlecaps- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=241445.0) NVC clone, with a 0.25 diff start and quick 9 years inflation
-NBL nibble- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=216637.0) LTC clone. progresive starting reward.
-FLO Florin coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=236742.0) a coin with trasaction comments
-HBN HoboNickels- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=261550.0) Fast NVC clone. Extreme, over 100% ROI. 0 starting diff.
-JKC JKC- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=202454.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff with superblocks, random superblocks.
-CGB CryptogenicBullion- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=245086.0) 0.94% Premined NVC Clone
-FST Fastcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218852.0) LTC clone. 12 sec blocks. 0 starting diff.
-GLD Goldcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=231834.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff, 2000% superblocks at start [3.2% instamine]
-KGC krugercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=246803.0)  LTC clone. 15 sec blocks. 0 starting diff.
-QRK Quark- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=260031.0) Sifcoin clone. CPU only.
-BTG bitgem- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=207008.0) NVC scarce clone. 0 starting diff
-I0C I0coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=36425.0) ixcoin without the premine. died 3 times. After very long time revived again. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268228.0)

-ZCC ZcCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268575.0) Yacoin clone.
-FEC FreeCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268883.0) Yacoin clone.
-MemoryCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=267522.0) SHA512 + modified scrypt coin with grands.
-PHS Philosopherstone- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=263744.0) NVC Clone with random blocks and in-blockchain messages.
-AMC Americancoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219165.0) premined LTC clone with 6.5k-14k blocks giving zero reward
-SPC supercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206164.0) JunkCoin clone. 0 starting diff
-doubloons- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206361.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff
-LKY LuckyCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=214614.0) superblocks at start, random superblocks [JunkCoin clone].
-SPT Spots- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=259764.0) smallchange clone, 0 starting diff.
-MEM MEMEcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=217526.0)  premined LTC clone. 10 sec blocks. 0 starting diff + superblocks.
-EZC EzCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219308.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff and superblocks
-CMC CosmosCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=245938.0) NVC fork with no fees and transaction comments
-DMD Diamond- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255806.0) Scarce NVC clone with random reward.
-ARG Argentum- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=231524.0) premined LTC clone
-StableCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227766.0) 1.2mln premined, 0 starting diff
-SIC Sifcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=240894.0) Uses new hashing, series of SHA-3 candidates, CPU only.
-Ybc Ybcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=243046.0) YAC Clone.
-GLX Galaxycoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=252127.0) Fast NVC clone with constant reward for 8 years.
-NUG Nuggets - (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=256460.0) premined LTC clone with random superblocks and constant base reward.
-LBW Lebowskis- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=260311.0) NVC clone.
-CSC CasinoCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=258090.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff, superblocks at start.
-EGC EagleCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=260484.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff.
-ZTC ZenithCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219644.0)Freicoin based -demurrage +Scrypt. 50% tax for developer.
-ONC Onecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=200177.0) a coin that has total supply of 1, Scrypt-jane
-ELP ElephantCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=256501.0) LTC Clone with random blocks and in-blockchain messages.0.4% premined.
-ZET Zetacoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=267545.0) BTC clone, sha256.
-GLC GlobalCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=243911.0) LTC clone
-CDC Cloudcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=256120.0) 1000000 premined NVC clone with random blocks.
-GDC Grand coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255629.0) JKC clone
-PYC Paycoin - (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268941.0) CosmosCoin clone.

-CENT Pennies- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=269145.0) Hidden launch Yacoin clone.
-JPC Jupitercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=257528.0) Scarce LTC Clone. 0 starting difficulty, 0.27% premined.
-CRM Crimecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=266387.0) A little (0.03%) premined LTC clone.
-VLC ValueCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=239666.0) 0,75% premined LTC clone
-GRW Growthcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=267019.0) Super quickly mined NVC clone, halving every 3 months + 100% RoI! Exponential inflation.
-SYC Skycoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219550.0) premined LTC clone
-SXC Sexcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218158.0) JunkCoin clone
-CL Copperlark- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=225891.0) Uses new hashing, SHA-3. CPU only. Massively premined
-RYC RoyalCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=199839.0) starting superblocks LTC clone
-DNC Dragoncoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=216653.0) smallchange clone, 0 starting diff.
-Emerald- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=235870.0) LTC clone. progresive starting reward. scarce.
-NAN NanoTokens- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=242491.0) premined LTC clone
-MST MasterCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=242406.0) premined LTC clone
-USC UScoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=215465.0) premined LTC clone
-FEC FerretCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=247208.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff.
-Noirbits- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=226903.0) LTC clone
-GIL- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255844.0) premined LTC clone with random reward.
-CDC Cloudcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=256120.0) 1000000 premined NVC clone with random blocks.
-RCH RichCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=239251.0) premined LTC clone
-XNC XenCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=237998.0) premined LTC clone
-REC RealCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227149.0) premined LTC clone
-ALF Alphacoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=230868.0) LTC clone with 1000000 premined and starting superblocks.
-RED Redcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=246693.0) 1000000 premine, random reward, transaction messages.
-One last Coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=232254.0) premined LTC clone
-ORB Orbitcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=265555.0) The most(66%) premined coin since MMMcoin . 0 starting diff.
-Quantumcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=226918.0) dead and relaunched clone


DEAD / DYING :

-Neocoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=262973.0) NVC-like, with in-chain messages and expanded alert system. Aborted because of bugs in few hours, promised re-launch.
-TDC TradeCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=242857.0) 100% premine LTC clone experiment. Dying.
-NUC NuCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=241128.0) premined LTC clone. officially dead.
-6CN 6coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=239201.0)  LTC clone. Never really picked up.
-PWC Powercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=203505.0)] LTC clone. 30 sec blocks.  killed by 51%
-SRC sunrisecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206017.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff. Dying because of no prime node from the start.
-Icecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=232186.0) DoA, relaunched by someone else and dead again..
-HYC Hypercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218737.0)LTC clone + premine. dying of extremely low hashrate
-ELACoin- progtresive inlfation. tripple-failed launch - DOA
-FTC Gamecoin- yes, FTC. unfinished FTC clone , 51%'ed on launch. Ongoing tries for revival unde GME ticker. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=208747)
-LQC Liquidcoin made to be very fast at constant difficulty, dead [pool closed, exchange closed]
-SC Solidcoin - dying (10-20% fee), designed to improove IxCoin, hard to be neutral on this one, 1.0 was a premine scam, 2.0 says BTC is pyramid scheme.
-GG Geist Geld experiment on BTC algorithm, how fast can it go? just for sience.
-TBX Tenebrix interesting idea of cpu-friendly mining with scrypt, but premined with 7.7milion coins
-FBX Fairbrix- Tenebrix without the premine, bad launch,  alive but little support.
-CLC Coiledcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=56675.0) some nice ideas, but killed in 51% attack
-RUC Rucoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=48582.0) copy of bitcoin, only difference is that it was developed in russian not english. Dead, than reborn much different, not confirmed if it is the same blockchain,  both scrypt[like LTC] and sha256d , nice client !warning! not opensource ! dying again  https://www.rucoin.org/
-TimeKoin - (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=88467.0) PHP webbased coin, alive but not used or traded. http://timekoin.org/
-Beertokens- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=9493.0)abitious [impossible?] try to stabilize price against commodity.
-MMM MMMcoin - Dead coin by notorious scamer SPMavrodi, named "yes we can" "my mozem mnogoye" 30s between blocks, retarget every 1440 blocks.  10T premined and 0.01 reward, fees "shredder" feature, 51% protection. Abandoned by developers

NOT BTC ALTERNATIVE /  NEVER FULLY LAUNCHED:
(do not have bitcoin characteristics or never active )

-JPU J-Coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=264556.0) YAC clone? no source - not a true crypto!
-EMU Emunie- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=246463.0) Not launchet yet, closed source beta only. May be a big thing - coin based on trust, not hashpower. Yet unknown if will be decentralised and opensource or ripple-like.
-MSC mastercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=265488.0) Not launchet yet, but you can buy them already. coins created by buying them with bitcoins. operates on a bitcoin blockchain.
eCash historical try for digital curency by David Chaum, operational but died. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DigiCash
DigiCash was the company that made eCash . Possibly where Bitcoin came from.
Ripples XRP (http://ripple.com)-  , no mining - all coins available at start 80% foundation, and 20% develeopers. centralized, not opensource. not designed to be a currency, but an IOU exchange. Very innovative and usefull, but "not an altcoin"
Amazon Coin - centralized private scrip launched by Amazon and pegged to USD, not cryptographic at all, just a name.
WEEDS (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24209.0) never realy active and now dead
Groupcoin (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24813.0) - still alive but never realy active  
Opencoin - opensource version of digicash, opencoin.org , not launched yet
RealPay (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?all=;topic=62565.0)  100% coins at start, centralized, never realy launched ,site is dead
Qubic coins are produced at the rate determined by quorum of miners, not set by developers. Never launched.
Swiftcoin company operated, centralized and pegged, not opensource http://www.firstnationalbnak.com/faq
SMC smallchange functioning blockchain, but made just for research. might be a coin if reset.
-barcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=217636.0)functioning blockchain, but made just for research.


-------------------------------------end of list------------------------------------------------------

Exchanges:

https://www.cryptsy.com/
https://btc-e.com/
https://bter.com/
https://www.crypto-trade.com/
https://mcxnow.com/
https://vircurex.com/
https://www.coins-e.com/
https://btcltc.com/
https://coinex.pw/

Mining profitability sites:

http://www.coinchoose.com/
http://www.coinwarz.com/
http://dustcoin.com/mining
http://www.wheretomine.com/
http://800996.com/btc/


Corrections / additions are welcome.
If You find any information or categorization here hurtfull, unjust or wrong for any coin, please correct me.
 
 thx for input : FuzzyBear , Sunny King, Balthazar ,DannyM , ripper234 and others

 
 


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: CryptoBuck on September 02, 2013, 10:33:43 PM
CryptoBuck is launching in less that 5 1/2 hours. Check the countdown timer here: www.CryptoBuck.com - Exchange Code = BUK - Thank you all for your interest.  Hoping to see this make the list.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Vlad2Vlad on September 02, 2013, 10:37:05 PM
CryptoBuck is launching in less that 5 hours. Check the countdown timer here: www.CryptoBuck.com - Exchange Code = BUK - Thank you all for your interest.  Hoping to see this make the list.

I'm curious - why only a 5 hour prelaunch heads up?  Is this scrypt or SHA256?  TIA!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Vlad2Vlad on September 02, 2013, 10:41:05 PM
CryptoBuck is launching in less that 5 hours. Check the countdown timer here: www.CryptoBuck.com - Exchange Code = BUK - Thank you all for your interest.  Hoping to see this make the list.

I Like the IC die in the background.  That was my idea for devcoin but nobody liked. I marvel at the lack of imagination for all these new alt coins.  It's a digital coin: There are no limits!

Make it scream: DIGITAL!  Yet nobody seems to get it - everyone simply copies bitcoin.

So just looking at your creative design I'd say this is a coin I want to hold for next year's Crypto-BOOM!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: CryptoBuck on September 03, 2013, 12:44:38 AM
Thank you for the kind words. - CryptoBuck's ANN can be found here - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=285224.0 -  Pre-release announcement has been in place.  Thanks for your interest.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mitts.daki on September 04, 2013, 11:08:24 PM
Please add Laxmicoin, This is first Indian digital currency

Discussion can be found

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=287485.0

 and

http://opencoin.in/general-laxmicoin-discussion/laxmi-coin-for-india-and-international-market/


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: SlyWax on September 05, 2013, 12:19:11 AM
THE ORIGINAL CRYPTOCOIN LIST [version August 09, 2013]
...
-MemoryCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=267522.0) SHA512 + modified scrypt coin with grands.
...
Should be updated to :

-MEG MemoryCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=267522.0) Mixed hash hitting the cache memory=>CPU only + modified scrypt coin with grant voting system.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: DarkDog on September 08, 2013, 04:56:09 PM
THE PURGATORY:
(many new clones)

-CL Copperlark- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=225891.0) Uses new hashing, SHA-3. CPU only. Massively premined


Should be updated to :
-CL Copperlark- (https://copperlark.com/en/) Uses new hashing, SHA-3. Massively premined.
Quote
correct link, remove "CPU only".


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: CaptChadd on September 10, 2013, 12:50:31 PM
Would you be able to add Extremecoin, its at the top of both coinchoose and coinwarz and is on two exchanges. Thanks.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: crazydownloaded on September 10, 2013, 07:53:59 PM
CHNCoin should move to died/dying, stuck at high difficulty + clients are missing seed nodes (still stuck at 0 blocks on my newly installed client)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Maidak on September 12, 2013, 02:55:14 PM
Is there a list of cryptocurrencies that are sha-256 and scrypt labeled?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: zamot on September 12, 2013, 03:24:36 PM
Is there a list of cryptocurrencies that are sha-256 and scrypt labeled?
I use http://coinchoose.com/index.php for looking what is SHA and what SCRYPT. But on the list are not all coins.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: freedomno1 on September 12, 2013, 05:12:45 PM
Still my favorite thread for keeping track of all the coins out there


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: FinShaggy on September 13, 2013, 01:49:31 AM
Can someone please come over to this thread and tell me where I can earn some altcoins via writing, reviews, etc.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=293221


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Sexcoin69 on September 13, 2013, 11:39:33 PM
Sexcoin is pointing at the wrong thread It should point to

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=252896.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on September 14, 2013, 01:16:31 AM
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268705.msg2874692#msg2874692

OSC OpenSourceCoin

Sha 256 POW/POS

Tx Messages

Starting Diff of 1

1 minute blocks

1 year stake minting

21 million coins POW/Unlimited Stake

177,777 coin premine

Source Codes used: Bitcoin 0.7.3(ArtForz patch), ppcoin(base code), bountycoin(main.cpp and genesis and merkle hashing functions), florin coin(tx message), jcoin(retarget algorithm, rpc commands), qrk coin(min subsidy)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: smoothie on September 14, 2013, 08:03:27 PM
This list is getting really long.  :o

May need its own blockchain to keep tabs on all the existing coins out there (j/k).


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Vlad2Vlad on September 14, 2013, 10:07:37 PM
This list is getting really long.  :o

May need its own blockchain to keep tabs on all the existing coins out there (j/k).

We're still under 1% participation rate.  Wait for the the Bitcoin ETF and a logarithmic jump to 10% by next year.  We'll not 300 active coins and 12 months alter we'll see 3,000.  97% of those will die but the ones that make it will be huge.  Billion dollar coins yo! Accumulate now and don't sell!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: freedomno1 on September 16, 2013, 04:21:12 AM
Maybe we should sell a service that has someone just have all the alt coins and their wallets held for you ha-ha



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mechs on September 16, 2013, 07:13:16 AM
May be time for a new poll.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Fablio2 on September 16, 2013, 06:15:25 PM
-CL Copperlark- link is corrupted.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: marcetin on September 17, 2013, 02:24:58 AM
Is there a list of cryptocurrencies that are sha-256 and scrypt labeled?
I use http://coinchoose.com/index.php for looking what is SHA and what SCRYPT. But on the list are not all coins.

Check the Crypto-currency directory (http://com-http.us/), almost all. :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on September 17, 2013, 02:27:52 AM
Is there a list of cryptocurrencies that are sha-256 and scrypt labeled?
I use http://coinchoose.com/index.php for looking what is SHA and what SCRYPT. But on the list are not all coins.

Check the Crypto-currency directory (http://com-http.us/), almost all. :)

OSC is Sha 256, not scrypt


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Vlad2Vlad on September 17, 2013, 05:21:22 AM
Is there a list of cryptocurrencies that are sha-256 and scrypt labeled?
I use http://coinchoose.com/index.php for looking what is SHA and what SCRYPT. But on the list are not all coins.

Check the Crypto-currency directory (http://com-http.us/), almost all. :)

OSC is Sha 256, not scrypt

Wow, and you didn't get 51'd yet by the ASICS?  I'm surprised.  I should have followed my gut and made NUGGETS SHA.  Bummer.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: ZetaOS on September 17, 2013, 07:26:13 PM
butterfly coin?
How about that coin?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: lavajumper on September 17, 2013, 08:04:31 PM
Sexcoin's official thread is marked wrong on the OP.
Sexcoin has been adopted by a new Dev Team (and its growing)

Here's the correct thread:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=252896.0

Thank you!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: meeh on September 19, 2013, 10:38:31 PM
Hi,

Could someone add Anoncoin to https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/List_of_alternative_cryptocurrencies ?

Thanks!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on September 22, 2013, 09:42:09 AM
Hi,

Could someone add Anoncoin to https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/List_of_alternative_cryptocurrencies ?

Thanks!


XorXor is currently awol. we need someone else to maintain the list now.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on September 22, 2013, 11:56:33 AM
Hi,

Could someone add Anoncoin to https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/List_of_alternative_cryptocurrencies ?

Thanks!


XorXor is currently awol. we need someone else to maintain the list now.

wiki list is impossible to maintain, I never tried to.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: marcetin on September 22, 2013, 12:47:20 PM
Is there a list of cryptocurrencies that are sha-256 and scrypt labeled?
I use http://coinchoose.com/index.php for looking what is SHA and what SCRYPT. But on the list are not all coins.

Check the Crypto-currency directory (http://com-http.us/), almost all. :)

OSC is Sha 256, not scrypt

My mistake, corrected :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: LittleD on September 23, 2013, 05:13:30 AM
Thanx for the list


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: meeh on September 23, 2013, 07:36:24 AM
Hi,

Could someone add Anoncoin to https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/List_of_alternative_cryptocurrencies ?

Thanks!


XorXor is currently awol. we need someone else to maintain the list now.

wiki list is impossible to maintain, I never tried to.

Could you at least remove it from the "THE PURGATORY" list? I can't say it's in that state anymore. So either move up, or remove it completely.
http://coinmarketcap.com/ - Anoncoin is at #15 but on "THE PURGATORY", and for example PhenixCoin at #33, PhenixCoin is on "CANDIDATES". It's been this for weeks. Feels wrong.

PS: github source also include coin control, not just i2p support.

Thanks in advance :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: SeNiels on September 23, 2013, 07:45:00 PM
I don't understand who determines these lists. How can you put TRC on minor, while the network is completely shit and currently running on allmost no speed and say IXCoin died while it is running with tremendous hashingpower? Do you just look at the current price, or the fact that it is hosted on btc-e, or the numer of nodes? I think all crypto's including btc should be in one list, none of them has proven to be safe for the long term yet.

Thanks for putting out all specification, that is a great help!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on September 23, 2013, 09:43:39 PM
Hi,

Could someone add Anoncoin to https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/List_of_alternative_cryptocurrencies ?

Thanks!


XorXor is currently awol. we need someone else to maintain the list now.

wiki list is impossible to maintain, I never tried to.

Could you at least remove it from the "THE PURGATORY" list? I can't say it's in that state anymore. So either move up, or remove it completely.
http://coinmarketcap.com/ - Anoncoin is at #15 but on "THE PURGATORY", and for example PhenixCoin at #33, PhenixCoin is on "CANDIDATES". It's been this for weeks. Feels wrong.

PS: github source also include coin control, not just i2p support.

Thanks in advance :)

shit yeah i agree totally. PXC is a effing scamcoin and only devalues further overtime.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: milly6 on September 25, 2013, 12:06:56 AM
that was an unfair joke targeted at NVC. i'm sorry i did that, you seem to actually be an ok dude despite the NVC premine. i shouldn't have been so rude to you after you have been so nice to me. Btw, you are doing great work repairing PHS.
Thank you, but there is no premine exists in NVC. Anyone able to verify this fact using a block chain explorer and calculator. Of course, people are free to listen the ignorant or biased guys, but it's not a thing that our brains supposed to do. :) That's why I'm using the "Ignore" button instead of arguing with them and I recommend anyone to do the same.

To me the premine isn't the issues, its more of the "total amount of coins" and the fact that it can be changed so easily? I was reading its not as hardcoded as the others


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on September 26, 2013, 06:41:10 AM
that was an unfair joke targeted at NVC. i'm sorry i did that, you seem to actually be an ok dude despite the NVC premine. i shouldn't have been so rude to you after you have been so nice to me. Btw, you are doing great work repairing PHS.
Thank you, but there is no premine exists in NVC. Anyone able to verify this fact using a block chain explorer and calculator. Of course, people are free to listen the ignorant or biased guys, but it's not a thing that our brains supposed to do. :) That's why I'm using the "Ignore" button instead of arguing with them and I recommend anyone to do the same.

To me the premine isn't the issues, its more of the "total amount of coins" and the fact that it can be changed so easily? I was reading its not as hardcoded as the others
There is no reason to worry about, because MAX_MONEY constant is just a sanity checking threshold which has no influence on the real emission volume. The final coin limit is non-deterministic, because the emission is controlled by a functions of PoS and PoW difficulty ratios.

In other words, the final coins volume is non-deterministic, but it's still limited by growing difficulties and coins destruction. That's required by implemented security model, otherwise the Proof-of-Stake system wouldn't provide any security in the long-term.

P.S. Don't invest anything into the Proof-of-Stake system, if the developer tries to implement any type of deterministic emission model. Those coins are broken by design and doomed to fail.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on September 26, 2013, 06:48:44 AM
that was an unfair joke targeted at NVC. i'm sorry i did that, you seem to actually be an ok dude despite the NVC premine. i shouldn't have been so rude to you after you have been so nice to me. Btw, you are doing great work repairing PHS.
Thank you, but there is no premine exists in NVC. Anyone able to verify this fact using a block chain explorer and calculator. Of course, people are free to listen the ignorant or biased guys, but it's not a thing that our brains supposed to do. :) That's why I'm using the "Ignore" button instead of arguing with them and I recommend anyone to do the same.

To me the premine isn't the issues, its more of the "total amount of coins" and the fact that it can be changed so easily? I was reading its not as hardcoded as the others
There is no reason to worry about, because MAX_MONEY constant is just a sanity checking threshold which has no influence on the real emission volume. The final coin limit is non-deterministic, because the emission is controlled by a functions of PoS and PoW difficulty ratios.

In other words, the final coins limit is non-deterministic, but it's still limited by growing difficulties and coins destruction. That's required by implemented security model, otherwise the Proof-of-Stake system wouldn't provide any security in the long-term.

P.S. Don't invest anything into the Proof-of-Stake system, if the developer tries to implement any type of deterministic emission model. Those coins are broken by design and doomed to fail.
i've tried and tried to explain this but it gets lost among the blind greed.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: meeh on September 26, 2013, 08:49:51 AM
Hi,

Please remove Anoncoin completely from this thread. Clearly it's going to stay in "THE PURGATORY" while dying coins are listed as "CANDIDATES". This thread is clearly not maintained in terms of changing the order of coins, and therefore the dev team and the community think this is just putting us in a bad view.


Thanks.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Marty19 on September 26, 2013, 09:47:46 AM
I tend to use http://com-http.us/ for an upto coin date list. So far it has been updated relatively quickly.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Kryon on September 28, 2013, 10:31:18 AM
Quark- IT's NOt a Sif coin clone!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: ZetaOS on September 28, 2013, 08:07:56 PM
Hi, i have aan lot, lot of butterfly coins, what how much $ is a bfc ?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: RapidBalls on September 28, 2013, 08:12:56 PM
THE ORIGINAL CRYPTOCOIN LIST [version August 09, 2013]

MAJOR:
(big market, high security)

-BTC Bitcoin- (http://bitcoin.org/) -  first, strongest, most accepted, most mined, high volume market, a true currency
-LTC Litecoin- (http://litecoin.org/)  second only to BTC , faster than BTC, Smaller efficiency gap between GPUs and CPUs , ASIC-hostile
-NMC Namecoin- (http://namecoin.info/) merged mined with BTC, used for alternative p2p domain system
-PPC PPcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=101820.0)   Proof Of Stake [very innovative, low energy], compatibile with BTC miners

MINOR:
(established, but small)

-NVC NovaCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=143221.0)  scrypt hashing[like LTC], proof of stake [like PPC]
-XPM PrimeCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=251850.0) mining PrimeCoin helps looking for prime numbers, instead of wasting energy. for now cpu-only.
-DVC Devcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=34586.0) merged mined with BTC, 90% of generation goes to foundation, 10% to miners
-FTC FeatherCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178286.0) LTC clone with 4x more coins. starting diff 0
-FRC Freicoin- (http://www.freicoin.org/)  4.89% anual demurrage. for the first 3 years 80% block subsidy goes to foundation, 20% to miners.
-TRC Terracoin- (http://terracoin.org/) BTC clone, many diff algo updates, still abused.

CANDIDATES:
(not stable yet, with some community support)

-IXC IxCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=36218.0) merged mined with BTC, BTC clone.
-DGC DigitalCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=209508.0) LTC clone. 20 sec blocks. 0 starting diff + progresive reward.
-MEC Megacoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218851.0) based on 8.2 code. 0 starting diff.
-BQC BBQCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=93437.0) forgotten , now revived and active. faster version of LTC.
-YAC YACoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=196196.0)  Yet Another altCoin. NovaCoin fork, with modified scrypt hashing
-WDC Worldcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=204894.0) LTC clone. 15 sec blocks. 0 starting diff.
-CNC CHNCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=192243.0) LTC clone, announced on chinese forum first.0 starting diff
-BTB BitBar- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=238608.0)  scarce, PoW + PoS[like PPC] scrypt. 0 starting diff + quick adjustment.
-MNC Mincoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=165397.0) LTC clone, started with no binaries and 25000% reward blocks. 0 starting diff
-PXC PhenixCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=211165.0) LTC clone. 1'000'000 coins premine

THE PURGATORY:
(many new clones)

-ANC Anoncoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227287.0) a coin with I2P support
-IFC infinitecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=225891.0) LTC clone with huge reward of  524288
-PyBC Coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=252152.0) An example coin to show new "Python Blockchain" Library capabilities.
-FRK Franko- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=202417.0) LTC clone. fast blocks. 0 starting diff. scarce.
-BTE Bytecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=164569.0) the 1:1 bitcoin copy  
-CAP Bottlecaps- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=241445.0) NVC clone, with a 0.25 diff start and quick 9 years inflation
-NBL nibble- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=216637.0) LTC clone. progresive starting reward.
-FLO Florin coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=236742.0) a coin with trasaction comments
-HBN HoboNickels- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=261550.0) Fast NVC clone. Extreme, over 100% ROI. 0 starting diff.
-JKC JKC- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=202454.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff with superblocks, random superblocks.
-CGB CryptogenicBullion- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=245086.0) 0.94% Premined NVC Clone
-FST Fastcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218852.0) LTC clone. 12 sec blocks. 0 starting diff.
-GLD Goldcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=231834.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff, 2000% superblocks at start [3.2% instamine]
-KGC krugercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=246803.0)  LTC clone. 15 sec blocks. 0 starting diff.
-QRK Quark- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=260031.0) Sifcoin clone. CPU only.
-BTG bitgem- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=207008.0) NVC scarce clone. 0 starting diff
-I0C I0coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=36425.0) ixcoin without the premine. died 3 times. After very long time revived again. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268228.0)

-ZCC ZcCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268575.0) Yacoin clone.
-FEC FreeCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268883.0) Yacoin clone.
-MemoryCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=267522.0) SHA512 + modified scrypt coin with grands.
-PHS Philosopherstone- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=263744.0) NVC Clone with random blocks and in-blockchain messages.
-AMC Americancoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219165.0) premined LTC clone with 6.5k-14k blocks giving zero reward
-SPC supercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206164.0) JunkCoin clone. 0 starting diff
-doubloons- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206361.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff
-LKY LuckyCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=214614.0) superblocks at start, random superblocks [JunkCoin clone].
-SPT Spots- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=259764.0) smallchange clone, 0 starting diff.
-MEM MEMEcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=217526.0)  premined LTC clone. 10 sec blocks. 0 starting diff + superblocks.
-EZC EzCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219308.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff and superblocks
-CMC CosmosCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=245938.0) NVC fork with no fees and transaction comments
-DMD Diamond- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255806.0) Scarce NVC clone with random reward.
-ARG Argentum- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=231524.0) premined LTC clone
-StableCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227766.0) 1.2mln premined, 0 starting diff
-SIC Sifcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=240894.0) Uses new hashing, series of SHA-3 candidates, CPU only.
-Ybc Ybcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=243046.0) YAC Clone.
-GLX Galaxycoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=252127.0) Fast NVC clone with constant reward for 8 years.
-NUG Nuggets - (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=256460.0) premined LTC clone with random superblocks and constant base reward.
-LBW Lebowskis- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=260311.0) NVC clone.
-CSC CasinoCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=258090.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff, superblocks at start.
-EGC EagleCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=260484.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff.
-ZTC ZenithCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219644.0)Freicoin based -demurrage +Scrypt. 50% tax for developer.
-ONC Onecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=200177.0) a coin that has total supply of 1, Scrypt-jane
-ELP ElephantCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=256501.0) LTC Clone with random blocks and in-blockchain messages.0.4% premined.
-ZET Zetacoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=267545.0) BTC clone, sha256.
-GLC GlobalCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=243911.0) LTC clone
-CDC Cloudcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=256120.0) 1000000 premined NVC clone with random blocks.
-GDC Grand coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255629.0) JKC clone
-PYC Paycoin - (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268941.0) CosmosCoin clone.

-CENT Pennies- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=269145.0) Hidden launch Yacoin clone.
-JPC Jupitercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=257528.0) Scarce LTC Clone. 0 starting difficulty, 0.27% premined.
-CRM Crimecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=266387.0) A little (0.03%) premined LTC clone.
-VLC ValueCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=239666.0) 0,75% premined LTC clone
-GRW Growthcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=267019.0) Super quickly mined NVC clone, halving every 3 months + 100% RoI! Exponential inflation.
-SYC Skycoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219550.0) premined LTC clone
-SXC Sexcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218158.0) JunkCoin clone
-CL Copperlark- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=225891.0) Uses new hashing, SHA-3. CPU only. Massively premined
-RYC RoyalCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=199839.0) starting superblocks LTC clone
-DNC Dragoncoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=216653.0) smallchange clone, 0 starting diff.
-Emerald- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=235870.0) LTC clone. progresive starting reward. scarce.
-NAN NanoTokens- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=242491.0) premined LTC clone
-MST MasterCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=242406.0) premined LTC clone
-USC UScoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=215465.0) premined LTC clone
-FEC FerretCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=247208.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff.
-Noirbits- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=226903.0) LTC clone
-GIL- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255844.0) premined LTC clone with random reward.
-CDC Cloudcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=256120.0) 1000000 premined NVC clone with random blocks.
-RCH RichCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=239251.0) premined LTC clone
-XNC XenCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=237998.0) premined LTC clone
-REC RealCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227149.0) premined LTC clone
-ALF Alphacoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=230868.0) LTC clone with 1000000 premined and starting superblocks.
-RED Redcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=246693.0) 1000000 premine, random reward, transaction messages.
-One last Coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=232254.0) premined LTC clone
-ORB Orbitcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=265555.0) The most(66%) premined coin since MMMcoin . 0 starting diff.
-Quantumcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=226918.0) dead and relaunched clone


DEAD / DYING :

-Neocoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=262973.0) NVC-like, with in-chain messages and expanded alert system. Aborted because of bugs in few hours, promised re-launch.
-TDC TradeCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=242857.0) 100% premine LTC clone experiment. Dying.
-NUC NuCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=241128.0) premined LTC clone. officially dead.
-6CN 6coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=239201.0)  LTC clone. Never really picked up.
-PWC Powercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=203505.0)] LTC clone. 30 sec blocks.  killed by 51%
-SRC sunrisecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206017.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff. Dying because of no prime node from the start.
-Icecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=232186.0) DoA, relaunched by someone else and dead again..
-HYC Hypercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218737.0)LTC clone + premine. dying of extremely low hashrate
-ELACoin- progtresive inlfation. tripple-failed launch - DOA
-FTC Gamecoin- yes, FTC. unfinished FTC clone , 51%'ed on launch. Ongoing tries for revival unde GME ticker. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=208747)
-LQC Liquidcoin made to be very fast at constant difficulty, dead [pool closed, exchange closed]
-SC Solidcoin - dying (10-20% fee), designed to improove IxCoin, hard to be neutral on this one, 1.0 was a premine scam, 2.0 says BTC is pyramid scheme.
-GG Geist Geld experiment on BTC algorithm, how fast can it go? just for sience.
-TBX Tenebrix interesting idea of cpu-friendly mining with scrypt, but premined with 7.7milion coins
-FBX Fairbrix- Tenebrix without the premine, bad launch,  alive but little support.
-CLC Coiledcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=56675.0) some nice ideas, but killed in 51% attack
-RUC Rucoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=48582.0) copy of bitcoin, only difference is that it was developed in russian not english. Dead, than reborn much different, not confirmed if it is the same blockchain,  both scrypt[like LTC] and sha256d , nice client !warning! not opensource ! dying again  https://www.rucoin.org/
-TimeKoin - (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=88467.0) PHP webbased coin, alive but not used or traded. http://timekoin.org/
-Beertokens- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=9493.0)abitious [impossible?] try to stabilize price against commodity.
-MMM MMMcoin - Dead coin by notorious scamer SPMavrodi, named "yes we can" "my mozem mnogoye" 30s between blocks, retarget every 1440 blocks.  10T premined and 0.01 reward, fees "shredder" feature, 51% protection. Abandoned by developers

NOT BTC ALTERNATIVE /  NEVER FULLY LAUNCHED:
(do not have bitcoin characteristics or never active )

-JPU J-Coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=264556.0) YAC clone? no source - not a true crypto!
-EMU Emunie- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=246463.0) Not launchet yet, closed source beta only. May be a big thing - coin based on trust, not hashpower. Yet unknown if will be decentralised and opensource or ripple-like.
-MSC mastercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=265488.0) Not launchet yet, but you can buy them already. coins created by buying them with bitcoins. operates on a bitcoin blockchain.
eCash historical try for digital curency by David Chaum, operational but died. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DigiCash
DigiCash was the company that made eCash . Possibly where Bitcoin came from.
Ripples XRP (http://ripple.com)-  , no mining - all coins available at start 80% foundation, and 20% develeopers. centralized, not opensource. not designed to be a currency, but an IOU exchange. Very innovative and usefull, but "not an altcoin"
Amazon Coin - centralized private scrip launched by Amazon and pegged to USD, not cryptographic at all, just a name.
WEEDS (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24209.0) never realy active and now dead
Groupcoin (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24813.0) - still alive but never realy active  
Opencoin - opensource version of digicash, opencoin.org , not launched yet
RealPay (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?all=;topic=62565.0)  100% coins at start, centralized, never realy launched ,site is dead
Qubic coins are produced at the rate determined by quorum of miners, not set by developers. Never launched.
Swiftcoin company operated, centralized and pegged, not opensource http://www.firstnationalbnak.com/faq
SMC smallchange functioning blockchain, but made just for research. might be a coin if reset.
-barcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=217636.0)functioning blockchain, but made just for research.


-------------------------------------end of list------------------------------------------------------

Exchanges:

https://www.cryptsy.com/
https://btc-e.com/
https://bter.com/
https://www.crypto-trade.com/
https://mcxnow.com/
https://vircurex.com/
https://www.coins-e.com/
https://btcltc.com/
https://coinex.pw/

Mining profitability sites:

http://www.coinchoose.com/
http://www.coinwarz.com/
http://dustcoin.com/mining
http://www.wheretomine.com/
http://800996.com/btc/


Corrections / additions are welcome.
If You find any information or categorization here hurtfull, unjust or wrong for any coin, please correct me.
 
 thx for input : FuzzyBear , Sunny King, Balthazar ,DannyM , ripper234 and others

 
 


Where is TIX?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Vlad2Vlad on September 29, 2013, 12:07:04 AM
TIX is in the garbage bin.


Long live NUGGETS!!!!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xchrix on September 29, 2013, 09:19:00 AM
can you please add cryptocoincharts.info on your list as price source for most of the altcoins mentioned here. thx


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: aa on September 30, 2013, 07:21:49 AM
This list is pretty well out of date. It's pretty pointless for this to be stickied, too.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on September 30, 2013, 10:05:42 AM
can you please add cryptocoincharts.info on your list as price source for most of the altcoins mentioned here. thx

It's a great site,  added.


This list is pretty well out of date. It's pretty pointless for this to be stickied, too.


Big update is on the way.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on September 30, 2013, 11:18:21 AM
I've recently seen that MMMCoin is resurrected as NVC clone.

http://mavrocoin.org/en/blog/development/
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=300426.0

Pre-mine is 1000000 coins, current block reward is ~0.5 coin. The most part of blockchain parameters is unchanged.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on September 30, 2013, 02:34:54 PM
I've recently seen that MMMCoin is resurrected as NVC clone.

http://mavrocoin.org/en/blog/development/
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=300426.0

Pre-mine is 1000000 coins, current block reward is ~0.5 coin. The most part of blockchain parameters is unchanged.


add as dead? lol...


added  :

Code:
Usefull comparison:

http://www.cryptocoincharts.info/
http://coinmarketcap.com/
http://cryptometer.org


30! new coins under research, about 5 days until update, It's alot of work.
I might do corrections and repositioning befeore the big update.



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on September 30, 2013, 02:59:38 PM
add as dead? lol...
it seems that you need "Undead" category :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKFAfzo6EW0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on September 30, 2013, 03:16:20 PM
added new poll, what to do with XRP:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=305112.0


add as dead? lol...
it seems that you need "Undead" category :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKFAfzo6EW0

That is what should be as a MMM ideology infomercial on their site...


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on September 30, 2013, 04:45:31 PM
changes:

Litecon description changed from:
 second only to BTC , faster than BTC, Smaller efficiency gap between GPUs and CPUs , ASIC-hostile
to:
 second only to BTC , faster than BTC, ASIC-hostile GPU SCRYPT mining.

MINOR's rearranged from :

NVC
XPM
DVC
FRC
FTC
TRC

to:

FTC
NVC
XPM
TRC
DVC

and FRC removed

rearranged canditades, added ANC FRC,   removed CNC YAC PXC BTB BQC

IFC moved to dying [profitability <1% , blockchain frozen]

moved some rising coins to the top of purgatory

moved GME from dead and linked all 3 lauches




Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Neo8 on September 30, 2013, 04:56:46 PM
DEAD / DYING :

-Neocoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=262973.0) NVC-like, with in-chain messages and expanded alert system. Aborted because of bugs in few hours, promised re-launch.

Please update info for Neocoin...

Neocoin is ALIVE and traded on many exchanges.

Neocoin is not a copycat coin, nor a NVC-like and there are many uniques features: message notifications with encryption, push technology, software update notification, real-time stock market, nec live converter, trade alerts, sounds, new animation, new rpc commands, unique reward system...

You can find a complete description here:
http://neocoin.org


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on September 30, 2013, 06:14:14 PM
DEAD / DYING :

-Neocoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=262973.0) NVC-like, with in-chain messages and expanded alert system. Aborted because of bugs in few hours, promised re-launch.

Please update info for Neocoin...

Neocoin is ALIVE and traded on many exchanges.
(...)


updated and moved.



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on September 30, 2013, 06:23:01 PM
OSC
TL;DR: premined bitcoin sha 256 proof of work+ppcoin checkpoint+rare proof of stake+transaction messages. high starting difficulty allowed only first 700 blocks to be instamined before block times met target of 1 minute.
OP
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268705.0

linux client plus screenshot
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268705.msg3251319#msg3251319


the final block rewards and time span calculations
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268705.msg3127374#msg3127374

also you can move nanotokens to Dead/Dying-Killed in 51% attack.

 i'm working on bringing it back online with some hardened source code. i think next time you update the list it will either be dead or deserve promotion from "premined ltc clone."



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: vtr99 on October 01, 2013, 03:39:58 AM
changes:

Litecon description changed from:
 second only to BTC , faster than BTC, Smaller efficiency gap between GPUs and CPUs , ASIC-hostile
to:
 second only to BTC , faster than BTC, ASIC-hostile GPU SCRYPT mining.

MINOR's rearranged from :

NVC
XPM
DVC
FRC
FTC
TRC

to:

FTC
NVC
XPM
TRC
DVC

and FRC removed

rearranged canditades, added ANC FRC,   removed CNC YAC PXC BTB BQC

IFC moved to dying [profitability <1% , blockchain frozen]

moved some rising coins to the top of purgatory

moved GME from dead and linked all 3 lauches




It's your list, and you can obviously arrange things however you wish. But in my opinion MΣC and CGB have both moved well beyond the "Candidates" stage.
I'm at least happy to see you had the good sense to upgrade CGB from "The Purgatory".  8)




Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Vlad2Vlad on October 01, 2013, 04:12:48 AM



It's your list, and you can obviously arrange things however you wish. But in my opinion MΣC and CGB have both moved well beyond the "Candidates" stage.
I'm at least happy to see you had the good sense to upgrade CGB from "The Purgatory".  8)






Lets get serious.  CGB and MEC are nothing more than decent alt coins on a decent run.  That can be said about any alt coin out there, with few exceptions.

Purgatory means just that:  uncertainty.  And these coins have in no way moved out of the uncertainty level just cause they had a good short term run.

IxCoin is up 300% and has been around a lot longer but you don't see that being moved up.  And the same can be said about a number of other alt coins.

Let's have some halfway strict standards about this thing, lest these candidate lists get filled with tons of CrapCoins and scammer pump and dumps.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: vtr99 on October 01, 2013, 07:40:43 AM



It's your list, and you can obviously arrange things however you wish. But in my opinion MΣC and CGB have both moved well beyond the "Candidates" stage.
I'm at least happy to see you had the good sense to upgrade CGB from "The Purgatory".  8)






Lets get serious.  CGB and MEC are nothing more than decent alt coins on a decent run.  That can be said about any alt coin out there, with few exceptions.

Purgatory means just that:  uncertainty.  And these coins have in no way moved out of the uncertainty level just cause they had a good short term run.

IxCoin is up 300% and has been around a lot longer but you don't see that being moved up.  And the same can be said about a number of other alt coins.

Let's have some halfway strict standards about this thing, lest these candidate lists get filled with tons of CrapCoins and scammer pump and dumps.

It will be interesting to hear your comments towards the end of the year when both these coins have more than doubled their market caps.  ::)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Marty19 on October 01, 2013, 07:51:40 AM
2 of the SHA265 new coins missing; AsicCoin and JouleCoin.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: saamxx on October 01, 2013, 11:31:11 AM
Seems so that xorhor no longer cope with the abundance of coins.
His ranking is increasingly erroneous or biased to be credible.


DEAD / DYING :

-IFC infinitecoin- LTC clone with huge reward of  524288. hi-diff crashed A 1% profitability.


It is coinchoose crashed, not IFC))))

To qualify people for the trust before you are writing something, it is good to check the facts

http://coinbomb.biz/ifcblocks/index.php

seems blockexplorer doesn't work)))


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: meeh on October 01, 2013, 12:08:12 PM
Good work xorxor! I'm happy with the list now  :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: saamxx on October 01, 2013, 12:11:17 PM
Good work xorxor! I'm happy with the list now  :)

It is not surprising)))


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: meeh on October 01, 2013, 12:27:45 PM
Good work xorxor! I'm happy with the list now  :)

It is not surprising)))

Yea, great it's finaly beeing maintained again :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on October 01, 2013, 12:52:22 PM
Seems so that xorhor no longer cope with the abundance of coins.
His ranking is increasingly erroneous or biased to be credible.


DEAD / DYING :

-IFC infinitecoin- LTC clone with huge reward of  524288. hi-diff crashed A 1% profitability.


It is coinchoose crashed, not IFC))))

To qualify people for the trust before you are writing something, it is good to check the facts

http://coinbomb.biz/ifcblocks/index.php

seems blockexplorer doesn't work)))

Thank you very much!!!  corrected to:

-IFC infinitecoin- LTC clone with huge reward of  524288. dropped to zero-diff and no hashpower




Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: saamxx on October 01, 2013, 12:55:49 PM
Seems so that xorhor no longer cope with the abundance of coins.
His ranking is increasingly erroneous or biased to be credible.


DEAD / DYING :

-IFC infinitecoin- LTC clone with huge reward of  524288. hi-diff crashed A 1% profitability.


It is coinchoose crashed, not IFC))))

To qualify people for the trust before you are writing something, it is good to check the facts

http://coinbomb.biz/ifcblocks/index.php

seems blockexplorer doesn't work)))

Thank you very much!!!  corrected to:

-IFC infinitecoin- LTC clone with huge reward of  524288. dropped to zero-diff and no hashpower


WHAT???????

getnetworkhashps

29216520

getdifficulty

0.67577182



I thought this topic is unbiased and objective, but i was wrong.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on October 01, 2013, 01:02:39 PM

WHAT???????

getnetworkhashps
29216520

getdifficulty
0.67577182

Are you crazy?


http://coinbomb.biz/ifcblocks/index.php  that You linked says:

Difficulty: 0.00024414

Network H/s: 14979

so what is going on ?

I believe some people didn't updated on hardfork relase, and that's it.

Thank You for fast response once again. corrected .



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: saamxx on October 01, 2013, 01:13:08 PM
Thanks to quick response,too. Evrething is ok, now ;)

Who was buried while he was alive - will live for a long time.
Thanks a lot Xorxor :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: starsky on October 01, 2013, 04:12:40 PM
so many crypto coins nowadays, but which one is worth mining?
any idea guys


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on October 01, 2013, 05:06:03 PM
OSC still off the list. guess it doesn't matter though

website is here

http://opensourcecoin.org


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Vlad2Vlad on October 01, 2013, 06:01:12 PM



It's your list, and you can obviously arrange things however you wish. But in my opinion MΣC and CGB have both moved well beyond the "Candidates" stage.
I'm at least happy to see you had the good sense to upgrade CGB from "The Purgatory".  8)






Lets get serious.  CGB and MEC are nothing more than decent alt coins on a decent run.  That can be said about any alt coin out there, with few exceptions.

Purgatory means just that:  uncertainty.  And these coins have in no way moved out of the uncertainty level just cause they had a good short term run.

IxCoin is up 300% and has been around a lot longer but you don't see that being moved up.  And the same can be said about a number of other alt coins.

Let's have some halfway strict standards about this thing, lest these candidate lists get filled with tons of CrapCoins and scammer pump and dumps.

It will be interesting to hear your comments towards the end of the year when both these coins have more than doubled their market caps.  ::)

Doubled in 3 months?  Is that supposed to be impressive?

Welcome to alt coins where coins double in days not months.

I'd like to see CGB and MEC a) consistently go up as Bitcoin goes up and b) to see them maintain their new highs as Bitcoin blows past $200.

Cause it's obvious to me, most coins and especially scrypt will get slaughtered by the coming BITCOIN price boost.

Any coin that can prove to go up against bitcoin and maintain their gains then deserves to be moved up in rank.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: vtr99 on October 01, 2013, 06:52:40 PM



It's your list, and you can obviously arrange things however you wish. But in my opinion MΣC and CGB have both moved well beyond the "Candidates" stage.
I'm at least happy to see you had the good sense to upgrade CGB from "The Purgatory".  8)






Lets get serious.  CGB and MEC are nothing more than decent alt coins on a decent run.  That can be said about any alt coin out there, with few exceptions.

Purgatory means just that:  uncertainty.  And these coins have in no way moved out of the uncertainty level just cause they had a good short term run.

IxCoin is up 300% and has been around a lot longer but you don't see that being moved up.  And the same can be said about a number of other alt coins.

Let's have some halfway strict standards about this thing, lest these candidate lists get filled with tons of CrapCoins and scammer pump and dumps.

It will be interesting to hear your comments towards the end of the year when both these coins have more than doubled their market caps.  ::)

Doubled in 3 months?  Is that supposed to be impressive?

Welcome to alt coins where coins double in days not months.

I'd like to see CGB and MEC a) consistently go up as Bitcoin goes up and b) to see them maintain their new highs as Bitcoin blows past $200.

Cause it's obvious to me, most coins and especially scrypt will get slaughtered by the coming BITCOIN price boost.

Any coin that can prove to go up against bitcoin and maintain their gains then deserves to be moved up in rank.

Actually I think you need to examine your charts again. MΣC is up about 400% in the last month. If it doubles again by the end of the year, it will be 800% from a month ago, and about 30,000% since I started mining it. Bitcoin is only up slightly in the last 30 days, and no Bitcoin does not consistently go up. It is just like any other investment, it fluctuates. Much of Bitcoin's new found value is from other junk coins being mined, and sold to buy Bitcoin. The same thing is happening with MΣC and CGB. But like I said, wait till the end of the year, and compare notes again.  ;)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Vlad2Vlad on October 01, 2013, 09:00:37 PM
@VTR99,

If you look at long term value which is what counts, Bitcoin does go up consistently.  The up and down spikes are due to the volatility from the illiquid nature of Bitcoin and alt coins general.  Make no mistake though, there is real demand for Bitcoins unlike any other alt coins thanks to the huge fund (by SecondMarket) just launched (for rich investors only) which should be followed by an ETF very soon.

From worth pennies to over $1.5 billion and maintaining the value, that mind numbing for a fiat backed by nothing.

There are a few coins up multi fold over the past few months but like I said, that's not a real test for these coins.

Granted, I like CGB and ANC and DGC as well as MEC.  However, I'm not convinced they can survive what's coming given they're scrypt coins.

Being up 30,000% is incredibly impressive.  I'm new here so I'm only up 300% on my main long term holding, ixCoin, and although that's also a risky buy, I think it will do very well, better than Bitcoin, should Bitcoin get that ETF license and blow past $1,000 next year.

Good luck!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on October 02, 2013, 01:33:38 AM
The Ripple poll has only 12 votes and 0 replies:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=305112

no body interested ?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on October 02, 2013, 01:45:05 AM
The Ripple poll has only 12 votes and 0 replies:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=305112

no body interested ?


interested in ripple? No.

interested in you adding all the new coins to the list? YES.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: vtr99 on October 02, 2013, 07:06:43 AM
@VTR99,

If you look at long term value which is what counts, Bitcoin does go up consistently.  The up and down spikes are due to the volatility from the illiquid nature of Bitcoin and alt coins general.  Make no mistake though, there is real demand for Bitcoins unlike any other alt coins thanks to the huge fund (by SecondMarket) just launched (for rich investors only) which should be followed by an ETF very soon.

From worth pennies to over $1.5 billion and maintaining the value, that mind numbing for a fiat backed by nothing.

There are a few coins up multi fold over the past few months but like I said, that's not a real test for these coins.

Granted, I like CGB and ANC and DGC as well as MEC.  However, I'm not convinced they can survive what's coming given they're scrypt coins.

Being up 30,000% is incredibly impressive.  I'm new here so I'm only up 300% on my main long term holding, ixCoin, and although that's also a risky buy, I think it will do very well, better than Bitcoin, should Bitcoin get that ETF license and blow past $1,000 next year.

Good luck!

Well, 30,000% from zero. The end result isn't very impressive in fiat currency.  ;)

Absolutely agree that MΣC and CGB are much higher risk than Bitcoin, or Litecoin, but also potentially far more rewarding. I'm a very small investor (only what I have mined), so I figure my risk is almost zero if I discount my time and electricity. I have no doubt the Bitcoin ETF will happen, and I'm sure Bitcoin will eventually go far beyond $1,000. There are a lot of good things happening with Litecoin too. The next few months are going to be very exciting for MΣC...

Best of luck to you too!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: SeNiels on October 02, 2013, 10:55:42 PM
I saw someone in this thread talking about a pre-mine connected to AnonCoin. Because of the new Anonymous Netherlands forum that went live I decided to host a giveaway. I asked the devs if they could send me some coins to support the giveaway and they did. I do not know howmany coins where pre-mined or if there actually was a pre-mine, but I'm glad that this way I get some free coins to give to my fellow anons.

The way I see it is, everyone on this entire blog is premining all the coins. Just as if the world knows about this already  ;)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: BlueDragon747 on October 07, 2013, 06:18:11 AM
Hi,

Great list  :D

please could you add Blakecoin

blakecoin.org

-BLC Blakecoin- Uses blake-256 hashing, Fixed block reward + inflation, No halfing of block reward, for CPU/GPU/FPGA.

Thank you  ;D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Bortmehanic on October 07, 2013, 04:10:17 PM
http://switchercoin.com/images/logo.png

Hello. Let me introduce a new project Switchercoin.com (http://Switchercoin.com).

Features:

* Automatically switches to the best coins without rejects of the network.
* The system of payments: PPLNS for each coin.
* Servers are located in Europe.
* The fee is 1%.
* Support stratum.
* Minimum stale.
* Detailed statistics for each coin.

List of coins available today:

* Alphacoin
* Digitalcoin
* Fastcoin
* Franko
* Goldcoin
* Grandcoin
* Krugercoin

(Later the list of coins will change)

Connection:

stratum+tcp://switchercoin.com:5555

Example of setting Cgminer:

cgminer.exe -scrypt -o stratum+tcp://switchercoin.com:5555 -u username.1 -p x -scan-time 1 -queue 4 -no-submit-stale

More advanced settings Cgminer, Reaper and Cpuminer for popular video cards - here (http://switchercoin.com/gettingstarted).


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Vlad2Vlad on October 07, 2013, 09:37:49 PM
Please get ready to add SHIT coin.  Thank you, kindly!


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=307419.new#new


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: meeh on October 08, 2013, 03:14:57 PM
We're on a new release for Anoncoin, building new binaries today. Currently based on the 0.8.5 code (upgrade from old 0.6.9). Including Coin control! Please update  :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: cyberstef on October 08, 2013, 10:44:25 PM
I just notice SavingCoin (SAV) is missing from the list. It's not a very popular coin yet but it exist and work pretty well. It should be on the list.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=285621.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Vlad2Vlad on October 09, 2013, 01:06:07 AM
I noticed ShitCoin (SHT) is not on the list.  Shit is white hot right now so please add it when you get a chance.

No premine, no instamine - no funny shit with SHT.  Thank you!


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=307419.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: kmtan on October 09, 2013, 04:47:35 AM
thank for the info


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: unfocus on October 10, 2013, 04:11:29 AM
The 3 Star Trek inspired coins are doing great! And they are not on the list

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=280114.0


DARSEK KED

SPECIFICATIONS

Proof of work/proof of stake
Scrypt
60 seconds block time
3.5 coins per block
Day generation: 5040 coins or 1440 blocks
difficulty retaget every single block.


FEDERATIONCREDITS UFC

This coin has been preminied but the difficulty is currently very very low.   The reason for the premine is to fund large give aways on StarTrek forums to bring in interest from outside the crypto world.

SPECIFICATIONS

    100 million cap PoS/Pow
    mining port 12345
    1 min block (difficulty re-target every block)
    50 credits per block
    1440 blocks a day.
    block reward halves every 2 years


Gold Pressed Latinum [GPL]:
Scrypt-Jane Proof of Work+Proof of Stake
0.2 coins per block
1 million total coins
30 second blocks
0.02% transaction fee
RPC Port = 8344
P2P Port: 7688


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Pitstop on October 12, 2013, 05:15:35 PM
Great list!!!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Slingshot on October 13, 2013, 08:29:15 AM
   Hey, he made CGB (CryptogenicBullion) as a Candidate!

  Hurray!


  Or is it he must own some CryptogenicBullion too?!?!

  lol. Might be a smart move, or not. Time will tell.


  Of course I sure like CGB. As much as I do BTC in fact.

 And the trend from start to present it's in looks wonderful compared to almost all the other crypto-currencies.

 Only a few crypto-currencies are progressively gaining value. Best watch those trends people! But beware of the possible Pump Schemes too!

 And in case anyone wonders I do own quite modest amounts of many crypto-currencies to date (mostly by mining them). With CGB being one I own more of than most of the others.

 One last thought: Gee it must suck to be a member of the FOMC at the FED right about now...

 Later


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on October 14, 2013, 12:10:32 AM
Why did you list CGB twice?  :D

ctrl-c instead of ctrl-x , corrected

also, changed FTC-NVC-XPM  into XPM-NVC-FTC


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Vlad2Vlad on October 14, 2013, 01:30:54 AM




Who's ready for ixCoin to become a major?  Quite a massive step up.


;)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Vlad2Vlad on October 14, 2013, 03:03:09 AM
Hi again to all!

 Having been so busy mining, learning, researching and well just far too busy to post hardly at all so far I thought it was way past time to give a bit back to everyone since bitcointalk.org and it's many active members have been so kind to share so much knowledge and all to those like myself.

 So without furhter ado here's a couple of things I can share:



   It sure would be nice if the developers of IXcoin would add wallet Encryption to their QT client!



  As for IXcoin moving higher it would seem some are doing their basic research and due diligence here!


today's chart (10/13/13):
http://www.cryptocoincharts.info/period-charts.php?period=today&resolution=hour&pair=ixc-btc&market=cryptsy


5 day chart:
http://www.cryptocoincharts.info/period-charts.php?period=5-days&resolution=hour&pair=ixc-btc&market=cryptsy


6 month chart:
http://www.cryptocoincharts.info/period-charts.php?period=6-months&resolution=day&pair=ixc-btc&market=cryptsy


;)


You see that giant spike on the 6 month chart?  That was me, single handedly, running an experiment.  Lol.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Slingshot on October 14, 2013, 06:15:48 AM
Speaking of Blockchains, InstaMining, and Premines, plus whatever else does and doesn't make a long term successful crypto-currency.

 I recently found this very helpful site below that many others may find very helpful in determining which
crypto-currencies have the best qualities, and most fair starts, as well as most fair mining rates throughout their mining period.


http://cryptometer.org/index.html


(copied/pasted)

cryptometer.org | methodology | donate

(Historic Mining Production Rates)

Individual Currency Charts 2009
Bitcoin    2009-01-03    First 96 hours    First 90 days    All months

2011
Namecoin    2011-04-19    First 96 hours    First 90 days    All months
Ixcoin    2011-05-07    First 96 hours    First 90 days    All months
Litecoin    2011-10-07    First 96 hours    First 90 days    All weeks

2012
BBQCoin    2012-07-13    First 96 hours    First 90 days    All weeks
PPCoin    2012-08-16    First 96 hours    First 90 days    All weeks
Terracoin    2012-10-26    First 96 hours    First 90 days    All weeks

2013
Novacoin    2013-02-09    First 96 hours    First 90 days    All weeks
Bytecoin    2013-04-01    First 96 hours    First 90 days    All weeks
Mincoin    2013-04-03    First 96 hours    First 90 days    All weeks

etc...with many other coin types listed as well.


 Go ahead, check them out. ALL WEEKS is where to get a quick, general review of each coin type. Be sure to scroll down and review all
the charts offered while there. It sure opened my eyes! It may open a lot of other eyes too.



Caveat emptor!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Joe_Bauers on October 15, 2013, 07:28:07 PM
I propose moving YACoin to "CANDIDATES:" as the community is still strong. Also, per another thread, Namecoin appears to unfortunately be dead  :-\


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Vlad2Vlad on October 15, 2013, 08:04:32 PM
I propose moving YACoin to "CANDIDATES:" as the community is still strong. Also, per another thread, Namecoin appears to unfortunately be dead  :-\

Namecoin is dead?  Lol, unreal.  What's next, Litecoin?  Lol


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Joe_Bauers on October 15, 2013, 08:19:35 PM
Namecoin is dead?  Lol, unreal.  What's next, Litecoin?  Lol

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=310954


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: giszmo on October 16, 2013, 02:27:22 AM
xorxor thank you for maintaining this great list! did you think about moving it to the wiki? Guess the edit war would be epic ;D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on October 16, 2013, 08:57:57 AM
xorxor thank you for maintaining this great list! did you think about moving it to the wiki? Guess the edit war would be epic ;D

It was immediately copied to wiki, 10 months ago just after first relase and it was trolled the fcuk out.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: gwedo on October 17, 2013, 09:03:00 AM
THE ORIGINAL CRYPTOCOIN LIST [version October 14, 2013]

thank you very much for updating the list of coins. I sent you a small LTC donation. it is very nicely written. A must read for all people.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: gwedo on October 17, 2013, 09:29:21 AM
I propose moving YACoin to "CANDIDATES:" as the community is still strong. Also, per another thread, Namecoin appears to unfortunately be dead  :-\
yes Yacoin is very promising.
I was accumulating yacoin last 3 months silently. I expect it can grow much in value. I think in next half year or so we will see the same evaluation of several cryptocoins like this year's spike on bitcoin. Some cryptocoins will grow exponentially, it might be XPM or Yacoin or Litecoin but who knows?
Personally my favourites are also Quarkcoin and Securecoin and IFC but who knows what people decide and what majority of people will put their money in?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: meeh on October 17, 2013, 02:14:57 PM
Please add coin control to the description of Anoncoin, 0.8.5.5 is released and includes coin control.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: cinnamon_carter on October 20, 2013, 02:27:37 AM
The next time you update your list I would appreciate if you could include my coin, Cinnamon Coin

Website:  www.cinnamoncoin.org

Thread here in bitcoin forum: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=299221.0

Support on cryptocointalk.com : https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/1220-cinnamoncoin-cin-information/

Block Explorer: https://andarazoroflove.org/explorer/cinnamoncoin/block_crawler.php

Unofficial Mining Pool: http://pool.800996.com:8502/ (thanks to Spark_li)

Why I launched the coin: http://cinnamoncoin.org/wp/?p=18



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins incakoin
Post by: Tsunamirain on October 20, 2013, 12:46:06 PM
Introducing Incakoin

The Incakoin Community would like to welcome you to our latest Crypto Currency



www.incakoin.com

SHA-256 ASIC Friendly
Proof of work/Proof of Stake
Name: Incakoin
Acronym: NKA
Private Premine with all coins being used for development ie. Pools Servers Games
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178697.0
Starting addy will be letter N or NK
420NKA per block not to drop below 2
Max coins 190 million coins half every 6 months
5000 blocks to mature
5 blocks to re target
Transaction messaging
30sec/blocks
Only 3 confirms for transaction
UPNP & QR support
logo imbedded in wallet

Wallet Client

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B49exKIsGBn5aXVTN243TVk1NlE/edit?usp=sharing&pli=1

Connect via 17420

addnode=58.97.221.51
addnode=115.78.135.173


Needed:

Pools: P2P & Stratum Reward 50K NKA

Online Poker Room Reward 50K NKA


Merchants

Donations

Exchanges

Reasonable Bounties Available

Contact incakoin@gmail.com for more info




Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: AZIZ1977 on October 20, 2013, 05:34:30 PM
Dont understand why you put Goldcoin GLD in THE PURGATORY when this coin is outperforming most alts. It has a very active dev team, a big and growing dedicated community. It should at least be in CANDIDATES list. I think its time to update your list.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: kelsey on October 22, 2013, 09:58:30 AM
Dont understand why you put Goldcoin GLD in THE PURGATORY when this coin is outperforming most alts. It has a very active dev team, a big and growing dedicated community. It should at least be in CANDIDATES list. I think its time to update your list.

+1

yeah to tell the truth as much as I've given microguy and the dev team plenty of stick, still gldcoin has proven itself, and has a strong enough community to be considered a candidate.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: giszmo on October 22, 2013, 11:03:56 PM
Dont understand why you put Goldcoin GLD in THE PURGATORY when this coin is outperforming most alts. It has a very active dev team, a big and growing dedicated community. It should at least be in CANDIDATES list. I think its time to update your list.

+1

yeah to tell the truth as much as I've given microguy and the dev team plenty of stick, still gldcoin has proven itself, and has a strong enough community to be considered a candidate.

I guess the OP better be anonymous. Else, any sorting whatsoever will get him hate and threats.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: pmconrad on October 23, 2013, 03:36:59 PM
I guess the OP better be anonymous. Else, any sorting whatsoever will get him hate and threats.

That's why instead of everyone trying to push their own favorite alts up we should establish some objective criteria for categorizing coins. From the top of my head:

* age (reason: newcomers have to prove themselves before they can be taken seriously)
* hashrate (reason: measure of community support, albeit questionable. Tricky due to variety of algorithms, PoW/PoS differences etc.)
* trade volume at exchanges (reason: measure of market support)
* market cap  (reason: measure of market support, albeit questionable without significant trade volume)
* transaction volume per day (reason: measure of usefulness, but questionable)

Ideas, anyone?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: RapidBalls on October 23, 2013, 04:22:51 PM
I guess the OP better be anonymous. Else, any sorting whatsoever will get him hate and threats.

That's why instead of everyone trying to push their own favorite alts up we should establish some objective criteria for categorizing coins. From the top of my head:

* age (reason: newcomers have to prove themselves before they can be taken seriously)
* hashrate (reason: measure of community support, albeit questionable. Tricky due to variety of algorithms, PoW/PoS differences etc.)
* trade volume at exchanges (reason: measure of market support)
* market cap  (reason: measure of market support, albeit questionable without significant trade volume)
* transaction volume per day (reason: measure of usefulness, but questionable)

Ideas, anyone?


from a commercial perspective always nice to know how many clients/wallets they have had downloaded, if there is a technical way to track this then great.



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: AZIZ1977 on October 23, 2013, 04:34:39 PM
I guess the OP better be anonymous. Else, any sorting whatsoever will get him hate and threats.

That's why instead of everyone trying to push their own favorite alts up we should establish some objective criteria for categorizing coins. From the top of my head:

* age (reason: newcomers have to prove themselves before they can be taken seriously)
* hashrate (reason: measure of community support, albeit questionable. Tricky due to variety of algorithms, PoW/PoS differences etc.)
* trade volume at exchanges (reason: measure of market support)
* market cap  (reason: measure of market support, albeit questionable without significant trade volume)
* transaction volume per day (reason: measure of usefulness, but questionable)

Ideas, anyone?


from a commercial perspective always nice to know how many clients/wallets they have had downloaded, if there is a technical way to track this then great.



Yes would like also to know that


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: giszmo on October 23, 2013, 07:25:19 PM
I guess the OP better be anonymous. Else, any sorting whatsoever will get him hate and threats.

That's why instead of everyone trying to push their own favorite alts up we should establish some objective criteria for categorizing coins. From the top of my head:

* age (reason: newcomers have to prove themselves before they can be taken seriously)
* hashrate (reason: measure of community support, albeit questionable. Tricky due to variety of algorithms, PoW/PoS differences etc.)
* trade volume at exchanges (reason: measure of market support)
* market cap  (reason: measure of market support, albeit questionable without significant trade volume)
* transaction volume per day (reason: measure of usefulness, but questionable)

Ideas, anyone?


from a commercial perspective always nice to know how many clients/wallets they have had downloaded, if there is a technical way to track this then great.



Yes would like also to know that

Well, the list could be sorted by a combined score but this score should be resistant to manipulation. Take downloads for example. This one is easy to pump by buying some downloads from a botnet for $1.5.
Exchange trade volume? There are exchanges that don't charge fees, so again you might invite scammers to pump the volume.
A) Exchange trade fees of the last 30d in $$? Would be a good one but it's not as easy to determine.
B) Age in seconds is easy and a block chain surviving should be a sign of stability that is hard to fake.
C) Market cap in $$ is definitely worth a thought.
D) Number of running nodes.

score = A * 30 + B * 0.1 + C * D * 0.0001 … something along these lines. Sure the formula and the constants can be tuned to make the one or the other look good but we should talk about a formula and not just one determining value. That said: I have no AltCoins at all and feel like 99% of them are get rich quick schemes by the people running them but I don't want to be the last to know if any of them actually is to be taken seriously.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Bortmehanic on October 24, 2013, 10:32:36 AM
thank for the info


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: digeros on October 24, 2013, 02:45:11 PM
I guess the OP better be anonymous. Else, any sorting whatsoever will get him hate and threats.

That's why instead of everyone trying to push their own favorite alts up we should establish some objective criteria for categorizing coins. From the top of my head:

* age (reason: newcomers have to prove themselves before they can be taken seriously)
* hashrate (reason: measure of community support, albeit questionable. Tricky due to variety of algorithms, PoW/PoS differences etc.)
* trade volume at exchanges (reason: measure of market support)
* market cap  (reason: measure of market support, albeit questionable without significant trade volume)
* transaction volume per day (reason: measure of usefulness, but questionable)

Ideas, anyone?


Excellent Idea!!!   Now we just need to turn those DATA POINTS into Some SCORE

Age in Days Blockchain active  =     ######  Days  (up to 400 years old)
hashrate in MH/s                   =     ####### Mh/s (up to Petabytes)
Market Cap in USD thousands$ =     #######  (up to billions $)

Trade volume 
has to be standardized to
BTC Value of Exchange of Alt Coin  =  ######  BTC Value of Daily Exchange Trades

Transactions per day or per block?  = ######  absolute number or avg. trans./block?

I would be very interested in working with others on such a tool ... - digeros


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: inform on October 25, 2013, 02:10:25 PM
Some Now Guys News Upgrates


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: tagbond on October 28, 2013, 07:47:19 PM
Can the OP add TagCoin please



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Phinnaeus Gage on October 29, 2013, 02:07:24 AM
To be added to the OP. I noticed that DMT is not included: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_currency#Non-cryptocurrencies

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Monetary_Trust

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Orlin_Grabbe#Digital_Monetary_Trust


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: rampalija on October 29, 2013, 06:49:33 PM
CGB and LTC only for me :D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: ANiceJewishBoy on October 30, 2013, 04:16:53 PM
Just thought I would share this thread, it's a post outlining the future of altcoins:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=321086.0



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: porcupine87 on November 01, 2013, 03:09:58 PM
I guess the OP better be anonymous. Else, any sorting whatsoever will get him hate and threats.

That's why instead of everyone trying to push their own favorite alts up we should establish some objective criteria for categorizing coins. From the top of my head:

* age (reason: newcomers have to prove themselves before they can be taken seriously)
* hashrate (reason: measure of community support, albeit questionable. Tricky due to variety of algorithms, PoW/PoS differences etc.)
* trade volume at exchanges (reason: measure of market support)
* market cap  (reason: measure of market support, albeit questionable without significant trade volume)
* transaction volume per day (reason: measure of usefulness, but questionable)

Ideas, anyone?


Excellent Idea!!!   Now we just need to turn those DATA POINTS into Some SCORE

Age in Days Blockchain active  =     ######  Days  (up to 400 years old)
hashrate in MH/s                   =     ####### Mh/s (up to Petabytes)
Market Cap in USD thousands$ =     #######  (up to billions $)

Trade volume 
has to be standardized to
BTC Value of Exchange of Alt Coin  =  ######  BTC Value of Daily Exchange Trades

Transactions per day or per block?  = ######  absolute number or avg. trans./block?

I would be very interested in working with others on such a tool ... - digeros

I would say that the market cap is a really good indicator and maybe the growing rate and age.
http://coinmarketcap.com/


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: rampalija on November 01, 2013, 07:50:55 PM
I guess the OP better be anonymous. Else, any sorting whatsoever will get him hate and threats.

That's why instead of everyone trying to push their own favorite alts up we should establish some objective criteria for categorizing coins. From the top of my head:

* age (reason: newcomers have to prove themselves before they can be taken seriously)
* hashrate (reason: measure of community support, albeit questionable. Tricky due to variety of algorithms, PoW/PoS differences etc.)
* trade volume at exchanges (reason: measure of market support)
* market cap  (reason: measure of market support, albeit questionable without significant trade volume)
* transaction volume per day (reason: measure of usefulness, but questionable)

Ideas, anyone?


Excellent Idea!!!   Now we just need to turn those DATA POINTS into Some SCORE

Age in Days Blockchain active  =     ######  Days  (up to 400 years old)
hashrate in MH/s                   =     ####### Mh/s (up to Petabytes)
Market Cap in USD thousands$ =     #######  (up to billions $)

Trade volume 
has to be standardized to
BTC Value of Exchange of Alt Coin  =  ######  BTC Value of Daily Exchange Trades

Transactions per day or per block?  = ######  absolute number or avg. trans./block?

I would be very interested in working with others on such a tool ... - digeros

I would say that the market cap is a really good indicator and maybe the growing rate and age.
http://coinmarketcap.com/


will try it to see how it works


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Tsunamirain on November 02, 2013, 05:40:10 PM
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Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: CaptChadd on November 03, 2013, 10:36:56 AM
Could you add Extremecoin on that list please?

It is listed on both BTER.com and CoinEX.pw

Thanks.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: ekrem on November 04, 2013, 04:25:30 PM
+ FireFlyCoin sha256


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=318589.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: rampalija on November 04, 2013, 06:08:23 PM
Could you add Extremecoin on that list please?

It is listed on both BTER.com and CoinEX.pw

Thanks.
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Add CGB on the list


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: gaston909 on November 06, 2013, 11:23:24 AM
McCoin.

Exclusively for spending in participating McDonalds "restaurants"


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: RapidBalls on November 07, 2013, 10:24:34 PM
lol, ok that one was funny


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: CaptChadd on November 07, 2013, 11:49:41 PM
Extremecoin has to be on there now.

Reward drop now down from 200 to 1 but the price is still holding, the miners are still supporting the coin and we have so many active services in development for EXC due to be released soon.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: jackyrozario on November 11, 2013, 02:32:05 PM
So much for the nice topic......................

very helpful..


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: rausvi15 on November 11, 2013, 03:58:37 PM
if we count with the half past-history eDEM Deutsche e Mark has best future of all...
Whole Europe save money in DEM before came Euro..

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=310939.msg3341171#msg3341171

if you want to make something good for you, make or buy eDEM now !
wait a year or two and after that send me some nice gifts  :) in appreciation

 


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: neo101one on November 12, 2013, 02:03:37 AM
McCoin.

Exclusively for spending in participating McDonalds "restaurants"

BKcoin will be made to rival that. :P


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: neo101one on November 12, 2013, 02:09:51 AM
Trollcoin aka TRO
Its the coin you love to hate


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: tagbond on November 12, 2013, 05:13:16 AM
Can you add TAGcoin to the list please...;)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: rampalija on November 14, 2013, 11:57:39 PM
You should put CGB in Minor coins :D


Maybe in 15 days from now on :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: wmcorless on November 17, 2013, 01:06:33 AM
Dont forget the major player Paccoin. (PAC)
Its based on Bitcoin, and also PPCoin, sha256D algorythim with proof of stake.
It has almost 3.5M coins in circulation in less than a week.

Official Announcement
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=331394.0

Official Website
http://www.pacifica-nation.com/paccoin

Official Binaries
https://github.com/wmcorless/paccoin.git


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: ninjafocus100 on November 17, 2013, 02:46:09 AM
I am looking at BTC, LTC, PPC, XPM.  :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: rampalija on November 17, 2013, 06:21:38 PM
You shuld add CGB to minor coins now


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: gudmunsn on November 18, 2013, 01:50:57 AM
Hey there, I wanted to ask that you consider moving Worldcoin up to the Minor list. Various times in the past few days we've passed Feathercoin in total market cap, and we're currently sitting at $1,500,000.  We also need to have the block time updated to 30 seconds, and you could also add that it has a 1% reward reduction weekly.

Thanks,
gudmunsn


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: amytheplanarshift on November 18, 2013, 01:52:16 AM
Hey there, I wanted to ask that you consider moving Worldcoin up to the Minor list. Various times in the past few days we've passed Feathercoin in total market cap, and we're currently sitting at $1,500,000.  We also need to have the block time updated to 30 seconds, and you could also add that it has a 1% reward reduction weekly.

Thanks,
gudmunsn

+1


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: clint25n on November 18, 2013, 02:26:42 AM
Hey there, I wanted to ask that you consider moving Worldcoin up to the Minor list. Various times in the past few days we've passed Feathercoin in total market cap, and we're currently sitting at $1,500,000.  We also need to have the block time updated to 30 seconds, and you could also add that it has a 1% reward reduction weekly.

Thanks,
gudmunsn
+1

There are only 5 coins on http://coinchoose.com with an average network hash rate above 1GH/sec. BTC, LTC, FTC, WDC, TRC. I believe it's been that way for some time now. The only other coin that comes anywhere close to 1GH/sec is Novacoin.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: 3ds on November 19, 2013, 08:31:42 AM
Seems that PTS - ProtoShares / BitShares is missing in the list. Info Links: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=325261.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: curado71 on November 19, 2013, 11:10:56 AM
I got a single ASIC Block Erupter. I know it's useless now for Bitcoin et al. What about mining less difficult (and less valuable) coins now in the hope that these coins take off in the future? Not so useless? Remember what happened to early BTC miners...


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Praxis on November 19, 2013, 11:18:05 PM
Datacoin's not on the list.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: freedomno1 on November 20, 2013, 06:27:43 AM
Can you add TAGcoin to the list please...;)

Legit request will support it being added to the pile
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=317408.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on November 20, 2013, 04:21:05 PM
Can you add TAGcoin to the list please...;)

Legit request will support it being added to the pile
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=317408.0


Yup, seems tagcoin is gaining some real support, not just talkers. I need to force my self to work on an update.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Kelekin on November 21, 2013, 10:54:32 AM
I have to agree with some of the above as far as what needs to be updated.  But I think the categorization should be different, too.  There's definitely a lot of more promising coins in Purgatory than some of the others that are lumped in with it. 

- WorldCoin and CryptogenicBullion deserve Minor status, with the #8 and #9 market caps overall and both with lots of development underway.

- Terracoin should go back down to 'Candidates' at best.  The hashrate has dropped so low that even newer coins like eMark (DEM) have a higher network hash rate on average. 


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: testz on November 21, 2013, 02:52:32 PM
Please add ProtoShares: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=325261.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on November 21, 2013, 03:03:56 PM
I have to agree with some of the above as far as what needs to be updated.  But I think the categorization should be different, too.  There's definitely a lot of more promising coins in Purgatory than some of the others that are lumped in with it. 

- WorldCoin and CryptogenicBullion deserve Minor status, with the #8 and #9 market caps overall and both with lots of development underway.

- Terracoin should go back down to 'Candidates' at best.  The hashrate has dropped so low that even newer coins like eMark (DEM) have a higher network hash rate on average. 

I agree 100%


Please add ProtoShares: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=325261.0

absolutely!!!  must have, protoshares are the main reason to rework the list.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Scepto on November 22, 2013, 06:40:43 AM
I have to agree with some of the above as far as what needs to be updated.  But I think the categorization should be different, too.  There's definitely a lot of more promising coins in Purgatory than some of the others that are lumped in with it. 

- WorldCoin and CryptogenicBullion deserve Minor status, with the #8 and #9 market caps overall and both with lots of development underway.

- Terracoin should go back down to 'Candidates' at best.  The hashrate has dropped so low that even newer coins like eMark (DEM) have a higher network hash rate on average. 

I agree 100%


Please add ProtoShares: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=325261.0

absolutely!!!  must have, protoshares are the main reason to rework the list.

Yeah please update the list and add Protoshares! They are doing really well for a new altcoin!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: cgminer-o on November 22, 2013, 01:15:33 PM
add Tagcoin pls

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=317408.740


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: centurion76 on November 22, 2013, 03:02:41 PM
add Tagcoin pls

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=317408.740

I would like to second (or third) that motion on Tagcoin  ;D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: clint25n on November 22, 2013, 11:26:11 PM
I have to agree with some of the above as far as what needs to be updated.  But I think the categorization should be different, too.  There's definitely a lot of more promising coins in Purgatory than some of the others that are lumped in with it.  

- WorldCoin and CryptogenicBullion deserve Minor status, with the #8 and #9 market caps overall and both with lots of development underway.

- Terracoin should go back down to 'Candidates' at best.  The hashrate has dropped so low that even newer coins like eMark (DEM) have a higher network hash rate on average.  

I agree 100%

I've generated some data on WorldCoin if this helps.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=342865


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: ZetaOS on November 23, 2013, 05:42:50 AM
Dont understand why you put Goldcoin GLD in THE PURGATORY when this coin is outperforming most alts. It has a very active dev team, a big and growing dedicated community. It should at least be in CANDIDATES list. I think its time to update your list.

GoldCoin must be on BTC-E
BTC-E is kicking TRC out in December, so we need goldcoin in that place.

And...we need a simple mining software lite the bitminter client, that allows easy mining goldcoin.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Coinpicker on November 23, 2013, 10:02:19 AM
Dont understand why you put Goldcoin GLD in THE PURGATORY when this coin is outperforming most alts. It has a very active dev team, a big and growing dedicated community. It should at least be in CANDIDATES list. I think its time to update your list.

GoldCoin must be on BTC-E
BTC-E is kicking TRC out in December, so we need goldcoin in that place.

And...we need a simple mining software lite the bitminter client, that allows easy mining goldcoin.


Why is everyone to stupid to read the news update????????

https://btc-e.com/news/185

Update: FTC\BTC pair will not be delisted.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on November 23, 2013, 10:11:13 AM
thats it, beg him


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Gontxi on November 23, 2013, 10:19:30 AM
When will this post be updated?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Nonyme-As-gui on November 23, 2013, 01:58:26 PM
add Tagcoin pls

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=317408.740

I would like to second (or third) that motion on Tagcoin  ;D

It seems like tagcoin is growing so why not?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: tagbond on November 23, 2013, 08:24:11 PM
Sure..would be nice to see Tagcoin in the list...curious as to where it might sit ..;)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: metaverse22 on November 24, 2013, 03:43:42 AM
Does anybody know if any government is making its own cryptocurrency? I think governments are possible contenders for cyptocoins as well.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: stemis on November 24, 2013, 02:43:27 PM
Dont understand why you put Goldcoin GLD in THE PURGATORY when this coin is outperforming most alts. It has a very active dev team, a big and growing dedicated community. It should at least be in CANDIDATES list. I think its time to update your list.

GoldCoin must be on BTC-E
BTC-E is kicking TRC out in December, so we need goldcoin in that place.

And...we need a simple mining software lite the bitminter client, that allows easy mining goldcoin.


Agreed. 

Also, you got to love that Goldcoin name.  Simply put, the name can be easily recognizable worldwide even in other languages.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Nonyme-As-gui on November 25, 2013, 03:47:06 PM
Cryptocurrencies made by a government? LoooL
You can now change the lyrics of "Say goodbye Hollywood" to "Say goodbye freedom"

We  would need  more stability in Goldcoin mining...


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: dgcntrds on November 26, 2013, 06:49:59 AM
Hey there, I wanted to ask that you consider moving Worldcoin up to the Minor list. Various times in the past few days we've passed Feathercoin in total market cap, and we're currently sitting at $1,500,000.  We also need to have the block time updated to 30 seconds, and you could also add that it has a 1% reward reduction weekly.

Thanks,
gudmunsn

+1


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: digitalfarm on November 26, 2013, 09:31:49 AM
How Can I create my own crypto currency? Can anyone give me contacts of people, which may help with this? Or maybe can anyone help me with making crypto or give some link on how to change existing codes? I have a great idea how to fill it with liquidity.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on November 26, 2013, 12:08:10 PM
OpenSourcecoin, (OSC) online wallet is now live @ http://coinbit.pw it has an API:

Code:
In your account preferences you can find your API Keys.

API Key A: Key1
API Key B: Key2
API calls available:

getinfo
getaccountinfo
sendto
to
amount
gettransaction
getinfo
api.php?action=getinfo&k1=Key1&k2=Key2

getaccountinfo
api.php?action=getaccountinfo&k1=Key1&k2=Key2

sendto
api.php?action=sendto&to=XXosc_addressXX&amount=0.05&k1=Key1&k2=Key2

gettransaction
api.php?action=gettransaction&txid=XXosc_txidXX&k1=Key1&k2=Key2




Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: sdp on November 27, 2013, 11:09:08 AM
OP: Please add Huntercoin.  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=330533.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: GBattaglia on November 27, 2013, 01:02:14 PM
Hello OP.  Thank you for the list.  Could you please update the MegaCoin information?  New thread located here:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=240861.0

It may also soon be more fitting to be in the Major/Minor category.   ;)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: msin on November 28, 2013, 04:48:47 AM
Great list, thanks for putting together.  Just downloaded Emunie client and really like what I see.  BTC keeps going up, which is awesome.  Excited to see this industry growing!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: digitalfarm on November 28, 2013, 11:46:25 AM
I am looking for someone, who can help me to setup my own currency. I have too great ideas how to fill them with value :-)
If you know contacts of some coin developers, please let me know.
My email av@digitalbiopharm.com
Skype: bestdrug

Best regards,
Andrey


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: rausvi15 on November 28, 2013, 02:15:27 PM
THE ORIGINAL CRYPTOCOIN LIST [version October 14, 2013]

MAJOR:
(big market, high security)

-BTC Bitcoin- (http://bitcoin.org/) -  first, strongest, most accepted, most mined, high volume market, a true currency
-LTC Litecoin- (http://litecoin.org/)  second only to BTC , faster than BTC, ASIC-hostile GPU SCRYPT mining.
-NMC Namecoin- (http://namecoin.info/) merged mined with BTC, used for alternative p2p domain system
-PPC PPcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=101820.0)   Proof Of Stake [very innovative, low energy]

MINOR:
(established, but small)


You miss BEST CANDIDATE !

 eDEM Deutsche e Mark
http://84.38.67.38/dem/v2/#!/price
These are the following advantages:

- SHA256D, Proof of Work (PoW) + Proof of Stake (PoS)
- max. 20 Billion Proof of Work Coins (to be reached in year 2051 – 50 years after offical release of EURO)
- 3.8% stake / annually
- 50.00 DEM /block
- 2 minute block targets
- 100 blocks to coin maturation /allows in keeping jumpers rare

Deutsche eMark website:
http://www.deutsche-emark.org/

Mining-Pools:
coinex: https://coinex.pw/mining/pools/DEM (credits to captainfuture)
coin-base.net: http://www.coin-base.org/dem/ (thanks to ORtchi)
http://dem.ispace.co.uk/ (thanks to Marty19)

Exchange:
coinex: https://coinex.pw/trade/dem_btc

Source:
https://github.com/emarkproject/DEM

Wallet:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/deutscheemark/files/DEM%20Wallet/eMarks-1.0.0.rar/download

Social-Media:
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Deutsche_eMark
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/deutscheemark


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Th82 on November 28, 2013, 07:26:51 PM
please add ColossusCoin COL to the list
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=279601.0
thank you! 8)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: inkadnb on November 29, 2013, 06:04:45 AM
please add ColossusCoin COL to the list
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=279601.0
thank you! 8)

Directly to THE PURGATORY.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: zoro on November 30, 2013, 06:23:49 AM
i don't know about this. the last weeks the whole planet is buying whatever coin it can get!
according to market cap, all the coins of the  major,minor and candidates  categories could be very well at major category!
ok, BTC on its own category as the king  ;D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: iamrickrock on November 30, 2013, 08:02:42 AM
Hi OP, please add Netcoin (NET). Netcoin is traded on Cryptsy in the LTC and XPM markets and the devs are doing a lot of work to get it noticed and adding services for this coin.

Website: http://netcoin.org.uk/
Forums: http://cryptomunity.boards.net/

Thanks :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: lalakies23 on November 30, 2013, 01:51:35 PM
Please also include Betacoin.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: goaxer on November 30, 2013, 07:02:08 PM
Megacoin from candidates should go directly to Major coins  :D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: digeros on November 30, 2013, 08:51:46 PM
THE ORIGINAL CRYPTOCOIN LIST [version October 14, 2013]

MAJOR:
(big market, high security)

-BTC Bitcoin- (http://bitcoin.org/) -  first, strongest, most accepted, most mined, high volume market, a true currency
-LTC Litecoin- (http://litecoin.org/)  second only to BTC , faster than BTC, ASIC-hostile GPU SCRYPT mining.
-NMC Namecoin- (http://namecoin.info/) merged mined with BTC, used for alternative p2p domain system
-PPC PPcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=101820.0)   Proof Of Stake [very innovative, low energy]

MINOR:
(established, but small)

-XPM PrimeCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=251850.0) mining PrimeCoin helps looking for prime numbers, instead of wasting energy. for now cpu-only.
-NVC NovaCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=143221.0)  scrypt hashing[like LTC], proof of stake [like PPC]
-FTC FeatherCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178286.0) LTC clone with 4x more coins. starting diff 0
-TRC Terracoin- (http://terracoin.org/) BTC clone, many diff algo updates, still abused.
-DVC Devcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=34586.0) merged mined with BTC, 90% of generation goes to foundation, 10% to miners

CANDIDATES:
(not stable yet, with some community support)

-MEC Megacoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218851.0) based on 8.2 code. 0 starting diff.
-CGB CryptogenicBullion- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=245086.0) 0.94% Premined NVC Clone
-MNC Mincoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=165397.0) LTC clone, started with no binaries and 25000% reward blocks. 0 starting diff
-DGC DigitalCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=209508.0) LTC clone. 20 sec blocks. 0 starting diff + progresive reward.
-ANC Anoncoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227287.0) a coin with I2P support
-WDC Worldcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=204894.0) LTC clone. 15 sec blocks. 0 starting diff.
-FRC Freicoin- (http://www.freicoin.org/)  4.89% anual demurrage. for the first 3 years 80% block subsidy goes to foundation, 20% to miners.
-IXC IxCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=36218.0) merged mined with BTC, BTC clone.
-IFC infinitecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=225891.0) LTC clone with huge reward of 524288 and extreme fast reward drop.

THE PURGATORY:
(many new clones)


-BTB BitBar- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=238608.0)  scarce, PoW + PoS[like PPC] scrypt. 0 starting diff + quick adjustment.
-BQC BBQCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=93437.0) forgotten , now revived and active. faster version of LTC.
-ZET Zetacoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=267545.0) BTC clone, sha256.
-GLD Goldcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=231834.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff, 2000% superblocks at start [3.2% instamine]
-PXC PhenixCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=211165.0) LTC clone. 1'000'000 coins premine
-PyBC Coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=252152.0) An example coin to show new "Python Blockchain" Library capabilities.
-YAC YACoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=196196.0)  Yet Another altCoin. NovaCoin fork, with modified scrypt hashing
-FRK Franko- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=202417.0) LTC clone. fast blocks. 0 starting diff. scarce.
-BTE Bytecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=164569.0) the 1:1 bitcoin copy  
-CAP Bottlecaps- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=241445.0) NVC clone, with a 0.25 diff start and quick 9 years inflation
-NBL nibble- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=216637.0) LTC clone. progresive starting reward.
-FLO Florin coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=236742.0) a coin with trasaction comments
-GME Gamecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=263600.0) unfinished FTC clone , killed on launch. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=202764.0) failed to revive once, (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=208747) and now finaly revived.
-CNC CHNCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=192243.0) LTC clone, announced on chinese forum first.0 starting diff
-HBN HoboNickels- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=261550.0) Fast NVC clone. Extreme, over 100% ROI. 0 starting diff.
-JKC JKC- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=202454.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff with superblocks, random superblocks.
-FST Fastcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218852.0) LTC clone. 12 sec blocks. 0 starting diff.
-KGC krugercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=246803.0)  LTC clone. 15 sec blocks. 0 starting diff.
-QRK Quark- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=260031.0) Sifcoin clone. CPU only.
-BTG bitgem- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=207008.0) NVC scarce clone. 0 starting diff
-I0C I0coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=36425.0) ixcoin without the premine. died 3 times. After very long time revived again. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268228.0)

-ZCC ZcCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268575.0) Yacoin clone.
-FEC FreeCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268883.0) Yacoin clone.
-MemoryCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=267522.0) SHA512 + modified scrypt coin with grands.
-PHS Philosopherstone- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=263744.0) NVC Clone with random blocks and in-blockchain messages.
-AMC Americancoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219165.0) premined LTC clone with 6.5k-14k blocks giving zero reward
-SPC supercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206164.0) JunkCoin clone. 0 starting diff
-doubloons- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206361.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff
-LKY LuckyCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=214614.0) superblocks at start, random superblocks [JunkCoin clone].
-SPT Spots- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=259764.0) smallchange clone, 0 starting diff.
-MEM MEMEcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=217526.0)  premined LTC clone. 10 sec blocks. 0 starting diff + superblocks.
-EZC EzCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219308.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff and superblocks
-CMC CosmosCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=245938.0) NVC fork with no fees and transaction comments
-DMD Diamond- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255806.0) Scarce NVC clone with random reward.
-ARG Argentum- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=231524.0) premined LTC clone
-StableCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227766.0) 1.2mln premined, 0 starting diff
-SIC Sifcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=240894.0) Uses new hashing, series of SHA-3 candidates, CPU only.
-Ybc Ybcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=243046.0) YAC Clone.
-GLX Galaxycoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=252127.0) Fast NVC clone with constant reward for 8 years.
-NUG Nuggets - (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=256460.0) premined LTC clone with random superblocks and constant base reward.
-LBW Lebowskis- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=260311.0) NVC clone.
-CSC CasinoCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=258090.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff, superblocks at start.
-EGC EagleCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=260484.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff.
-ZTC ZenithCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219644.0)Freicoin based -demurrage +Scrypt. 50% tax for developer.
-ONC Onecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=200177.0) a coin that has total supply of 1, Scrypt-jane
-ELP ElephantCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=256501.0) LTC Clone with random blocks and in-blockchain messages.0.4% premined.
-GLC GlobalCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=243911.0) LTC clone
-CDC Cloudcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=256120.0) 1000000 premined NVC clone with random blocks.
-GDC Grand coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255629.0) JKC clone
-PYC Paycoin - (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268941.0) CosmosCoin clone.

-CENT Pennies- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=269145.0) Hidden launch Yacoin clone.
-NEC Neocoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=262973.0) NVC-like, with messages. Multiple failed relaunches until finaly ok.
-JPC Jupitercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=257528.0) Scarce LTC Clone. 0 starting difficulty, 0.27% premined.
-CRM Crimecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=266387.0) A little (0.03%) premined LTC clone.
-VLC ValueCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=239666.0) 0,75% premined LTC clone
-GRW Growthcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=267019.0) Super quickly mined NVC clone, halving every 3 months + 100% RoI! Exponential inflation.
-SYC Skycoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219550.0) premined LTC clone
-SXC Sexcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218158.0) JunkCoin clone, overtaken. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=252896.0)
-CL Copperlark- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=225891.0) Uses new hashing, SHA-3. CPU only. Massively premined
-RYC RoyalCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=199839.0) starting superblocks LTC clone
-DNC Dragoncoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=216653.0) smallchange clone, 0 starting diff.
-Emerald- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=235870.0) LTC clone. progresive starting reward. scarce.
-NAN NanoTokens- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=242491.0) premined LTC clone
-MST MasterCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=242406.0) premined LTC clone
-USC UScoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=215465.0) premined LTC clone
-FEC FerretCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=247208.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff.
-Noirbits- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=226903.0) LTC clone
-GIL- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255844.0) premined LTC clone with random reward.
-CDC Cloudcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=256120.0) 1000000 premined NVC clone with random blocks.
-RCH RichCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=239251.0) premined LTC clone
-XNC XenCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=237998.0) premined LTC clone
-REC RealCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227149.0) premined LTC clone
-ALF Alphacoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=230868.0) LTC clone with 1000000 premined and starting superblocks.
-RED Redcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=246693.0) 1000000 premine, random reward, transaction messages.
-One last Coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=232254.0) premined LTC clone
-ORB Orbitcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=265555.0) The most(66%) premined coin since MMMcoin . 0 starting diff.
-Quantumcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=226918.0) dead and relaunched clone


DEAD / DYING :


-TDC TradeCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=242857.0) 100% premine LTC clone experiment. Dying.
-NUC NuCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=241128.0) premined LTC clone. officially dead.
-6CN 6coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=239201.0)  LTC clone. Never really picked up.
-PWC Powercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=203505.0)] LTC clone. 30 sec blocks.  killed by 51%
-SRC sunrisecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206017.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff. Dying because of no prime node from the start.
-Icecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=232186.0) DoA, relaunched by someone else and dead again..
-HYC Hypercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218737.0)LTC clone + premine. dying of extremely low hashrate
-ELACoin- progtresive inlfation. tripple-failed launch - DOA
-LQC Liquidcoin made to be very fast at constant difficulty, dead [pool closed, exchange closed]
-SC Solidcoin - dying (10-20% fee), designed to improove IxCoin, hard to be neutral on this one, 1.0 was a premine scam, 2.0 says BTC is pyramid scheme.
-GG Geist Geld experiment on BTC algorithm, how fast can it go? just for sience.
-TBX Tenebrix interesting idea of cpu-friendly mining with scrypt, but premined with 7.7milion coins
-FBX Fairbrix- Tenebrix without the premine, bad launch,  alive but little support.
-CLC Coiledcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=56675.0) some nice ideas, but killed in 51% attack
-RUC Rucoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=48582.0) copy of bitcoin, only difference is that it was developed in russian not english. Dead, than reborn much different, not confirmed if it is the same blockchain,  both scrypt[like LTC] and sha256d , nice client !warning! not opensource ! dying again  https://www.rucoin.org/
-TimeKoin - (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=88467.0) PHP webbased coin, alive but not used or traded. http://timekoin.org/
-Beertokens- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=9493.0)abitious [impossible?] try to stabilize price against commodity.
-MMM MMMcoin - Dead coin by notorious scamer SPMavrodi, named "yes we can" "my mozem mnogoye" 30s between blocks, retarget every 1440 blocks.  10T premined and 0.01 reward, fees "shredder" feature, 51% protection. Abandoned by developers

NOT BTC ALTERNATIVE /  NEVER FULLY LAUNCHED:
(do not have bitcoin characteristics or never active )

-JPU J-Coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=264556.0) YAC clone? no source - not a true crypto!
-EMU Emunie- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=246463.0) Not launched yet, closed source beta only. May be a big thing - coin based on trust, not hashpower. Yet unknown if will be decentralised and opensource or ripple-like.
-MSC mastercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=265488.0) Not launchet yet, but you can buy them already. coins created by buying them with bitcoins. operates on a bitcoin blockchain.
eCash historical try for digital curency by David Chaum, operational but died. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DigiCash
DigiCash was the company that made eCash . Possibly where Bitcoin came from.
Ripples XRP (http://ripple.com)-  , no mining - all coins available at start 80% foundation, and 20% develeopers. centralized, not opensource. not designed to be a currency, but an IOU exchange. Very innovative and usefull, but "not an altcoin"
Amazon Coin - centralized private scrip launched by Amazon and pegged to USD, not cryptographic at all, just a name.
WEEDS (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24209.0) never realy active and now dead
Groupcoin (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24813.0) - still alive but never realy active  
Opencoin - opensource version of digicash, opencoin.org , not launched yet
RealPay (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?all=;topic=62565.0)  100% coins at start, centralized, never realy launched ,site is dead
Qubic coins are produced at the rate determined by quorum of miners, not set by developers. Never launched.
Swiftcoin company operated, centralized and pegged, not opensource http://www.firstnationalbnak.com/faq
SMC smallchange functioning blockchain, but made just for research. might be a coin if reset.
-barcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=217636.0)functioning blockchain, but made just for research.


-------------------------------------end of list------------------------------------------------------

Exchanges:

https://www.cryptsy.com/
https://btc-e.com/
https://bter.com/
https://www.crypto-trade.com/
https://mcxnow.com/
https://vircurex.com/
https://www.coins-e.com/
https://btcltc.com/
https://coinex.pw/

Mining profitability sites:

http://www.coinchoose.com/
http://www.coinwarz.com/
http://dustcoin.com/mining
http://www.wheretomine.com/
http://800996.com/btc/

Usefull comparison:

http://www.cryptocoincharts.info/
http://coinmarketcap.com/
http://cryptometer.org

Corrections / additions are welcome.
If You find any information or categorization here hurtfull, unjust or wrong for any coin, please correct me.
 
 thx for input : FuzzyBear , Sunny King, Balthazar ,DannyM , ripper234 and others
IS this the LAST list??? having a hard time keeping up with where the newest edit of "THE LIST" is... thanks  - digeros 


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: wigo21 on December 01, 2013, 06:11:19 AM
What do you guys think about Devcoin? is it possible a coin like that will ever reach $0.50 or even $1? or is it total junk?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: inkadnb on December 01, 2013, 07:21:37 AM
Add NXT, check my sig.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: sensecrack on December 02, 2013, 01:49:43 PM
 just notice SavingCoin (SAV) is missing from the list. It's not a very popular coin yet but it exist and work pretty well. It should be on the list.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=285621.0 :) :) :) :) :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: John999 on December 02, 2013, 07:38:04 PM
Zetacoin in the purgatory?? After all it is just up 75 times since mid october...


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Qbeczeq on December 02, 2013, 10:00:17 PM
Month ago I know only about Bitcoin and Litecoin  :o

I'm wondering, that NMC difficulty adjustment isn't the same as BTC?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
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Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: SisyphusEsperanto on December 03, 2013, 07:49:00 AM
Please add Tagcoin to the list

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=317408.0

Thanks!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: paulus51 on December 03, 2013, 08:19:01 AM
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Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mobydick on December 04, 2013, 01:19:07 AM
Forgive my ignorance, but why isn't Peercoin listed?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: CoinGeneral on December 04, 2013, 01:22:00 AM
Add DEM Deutsche eMark

Currently worth $.20 each

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=310939.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Robert Lewandowski on December 04, 2013, 04:33:01 AM
Delete the pre-mine on StableCoin, all the pre-mined coins on Stablecoin were destroyed when the coin was revived.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on December 04, 2013, 06:46:47 AM
Forgive my ignorance, but why isn't Peercoin listed?

It is, as a PPC , peer to peer coin, the original name.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on December 04, 2013, 06:47:45 AM
Delete the pre-mine on StableCoin, all the pre-mined coins on Stablecoin were destroyed when the coin was revived.

I assume there is a proof for that, is there ?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Robert Lewandowski on December 04, 2013, 06:50:02 AM
Delete the pre-mine on StableCoin, all the pre-mined coins on Stablecoin were destroyed when the coin was revived.

I assume there is a proof for that, is there ?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=349198.240


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Hazard on December 04, 2013, 07:20:34 AM
Delete the pre-mine on StableCoin, all the pre-mined coins on Stablecoin were destroyed when the coin was revived.

I assume there is a proof for that, is there ?

DESTRUCTION OF THE PREMINE

As some of you may remember, as part of the old mixing service, there were 1.2 million coins premined to act as the basis of the mixing pool. Of course, this caused much anger within the community, with accusations that the money would be used improperly, among other things. 5 months later, these funds have yet to be touched, so I'm happy to have proved those people wrong on those front.

However, under the new mixing system, these coins are no longer necessary. Accordingly, these coins will be publicly destroyed, as they were never intended to be used for anything other than mixing.

In this case, the 1.2 million coins were created in the genesis block. You might notice this is different than most coins that do their premine in block 1 and onward. This is because there is a well documented quirk within bitcoin that makes the genesis block unspendable. This is because when Satoshi designed the client, he decided not to add the coinbase transaction from the genesis block to the global transaction database.

To make these funds spendable, I added a simple bit of code during the initialization of the client (init.cpp). This code adds the genesis transaction to the global transaction database, making it spendable.
Code:

Code:
       // Genesis block
    const char* pszTimestamp = "June 7 2013, The Times, Prince Philip admitted to hospital for two weeks";
    CTransaction txNew;
    txNew.vin.resize(1);
    txNew.vout.resize(1);
    txNew.vin[0].scriptSig = CScript() << 486604799 << CBigNum(4) << vector<unsigned char>((const unsigned char*)pszTimestamp, (const unsigned char*)pszTimestamp + strlen(pszTimestamp));
    txNew.vout[0].nValue = 1250000 * COIN;
    txNew.vout[0].scriptPubKey = CScript() << ParseHex("0449D77B9B62E0DB1FD6150ECFC5722F31FEE52E585DE31B5AEFAD2CAC415D5698991F8F0B0CBBA7B9F4431BBE79B684876EDFBD369554ACC4182753FA48A3CD80") << OP_CHECKSIG;
    CBlock block;
    block.vtx.push_back(txNew);
    block.hashPrevBlock = 0;
    block.hashMerkleRoot = block.BuildMerkleTree();
    block.nVersion = 1;
    block.nTime    = 1370579804;
    block.nBits    = 0x1e0fffff;
    block.nNonce   = 2788;
                
        uint256 genesisHash("0x0a59605118489aa9cde58e64210d3d56e246758fbabcd1482e54bf4032545221");
        uint256 hash = txNew.GetHash();

{
        LOCK(mempool.cs);
        mempool.addUnchecked(hash,txNew);
}
                
{
        CTxDB txdb;
        txdb.TxnBegin();
        CBlockIndex* pindex = mapBlockIndex.find(genesisHash)->second;
        unsigned int nTxPos = pindex->nBlockPos + ::GetSerializeSize(CBlock(), SER_DISK, CLIENT_VERSION) - 1 + GetSizeOfCompactSize(block.vtx.size());
        CDiskTxPos posThisTx(pindex->nFile, pindex->nBlockPos, nTxPos);
    txdb.UpdateTxIndex(txNew.GetHash(), CTxIndex(posThisTx, txNew.vout.size()));
    txdb.TxnCommit();
}

By removing this code, the genesis block becomes unspendable, and the coins are essentially destroyed. This is the most eloquent way to accomplish the goal. Version 1.3 of StableCoin has this bit of code removed. I urge everyone to update immediately.

You can view the relevant commit here: https://github.com/stablecoin/stablecoin/commit/1912b4c1e9fb195c242e57459c613cb8c7846c8b


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on December 04, 2013, 07:52:01 AM
OK Guys!
With the recent price explosion, we have here some revolution in the altcoin world.

everything is now what MAJOR was not so long ago.
We have to change all the categories.

 my proposition:

TRUE CURRENCIES
-BITCOIN
-LITECOIN

THE BIG ONES
-MAJOR
-MINOR

NOTICEABLE
-MAJOR
-MINOR

CANDIDATES
-MAJOR
-MINOR

PURGATORY
-PROMISING
-THE REST


There is a lot to update, I found around 35 new coins.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: pmconrad on December 04, 2013, 09:10:29 AM
Xorxor, may I humbly remind you of a proposal I made some time ago:

That's why instead of everyone trying to push their own favorite alts up we should establish some objective criteria for categorizing coins. From the top of my head:

* age (reason: newcomers have to prove themselves before they can be taken seriously)
* hashrate (reason: measure of community support, albeit questionable. Tricky due to variety of algorithms, PoW/PoS differences etc.)
* trade volume at exchanges (reason: measure of market support)
* market cap  (reason: measure of market support, albeit questionable without significant trade volume)
* transaction volume per day (reason: measure of usefulness, but questionable)

Ideas, anyone?

I'd rather avoid spamming this thread with a discussion why XYC is not a "true currency", whatever that means. :-)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Gontxi on December 04, 2013, 01:47:20 PM
Xorxor, may I humbly remind you of a proposal I made some time ago:

That's why instead of everyone trying to push their own favorite alts up we should establish some objective criteria for categorizing coins. From the top of my head:

* age (reason: newcomers have to prove themselves before they can be taken seriously)
* hashrate (reason: measure of community support, albeit questionable. Tricky due to variety of algorithms, PoW/PoS differences etc.)
* trade volume at exchanges (reason: measure of market support)
* market cap  (reason: measure of market support, albeit questionable without significant trade volume)
* transaction volume per day (reason: measure of usefulness, but questionable)

Ideas, anyone?

I'd rather avoid spamming this thread with a discussion why XYC is not a "true currency", whatever that means. :-)
and try to put everything on a page linked to this forum?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: akumaburn on December 05, 2013, 01:26:37 AM
OK Guys!
With the recent price explosion, we have here some revolution in the altcoin world.

everything is now what MAJOR was not so long ago.
We have to change all the categories.

 my proposition:

TRUE CURRENCIES
-BITCOIN
-LITECOIN

THE BIG ONES
-MAJOR
-MINOR

NOTICEABLE
-MAJOR
-MINOR

CANDIDATES
-MAJOR
-MINOR

PURGATORY
-PROMISING
-THE REST


There is a lot to update, I found around 35 new coins.

So long as you stop being biased against GLD for no good reason. There was no instamine, it was set out to have superblocks at the start to make it fairer for day 1 miners as other coins had linear growth but ignored the fact that their difficulties were not growing linearly.

I know plenty of people who had nothing to do with the original team that got some of those coins.

Where the hell did you even get the 3.2% number from. Seriously it's about as erroneous as you could get.

And how exactly is it determined who gets into what category?

Will you be making the unilateral decisions here?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Hazard on December 05, 2013, 02:21:28 AM
So long as you stop being biased against GLD for no good reason. There was no instamine, it was set out to have superblocks at the start to make it fairer for day 1 miners as other coins had linear growth but ignored the fact that their difficulties were not growing linearly.

I know plenty of people who had nothing to do with the original team that got some of those coins.

Where the hell did you even get the 3.2% number from. Seriously it's about as erroneous as you could get.

And how exactly is it determined who gets into what category?

Will you be making the unilateral decisions here?
How much of MicroGuy's koolaid did you drink to actually think super blocks are fair?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: akumaburn on December 05, 2013, 02:48:07 AM
So long as you stop being biased against GLD for no good reason. There was no instamine, it was set out to have superblocks at the start to make it fairer for day 1 miners as other coins had linear growth but ignored the fact that their difficulties were not growing linearly.

I know plenty of people who had nothing to do with the original team that got some of those coins.

Where the hell did you even get the 3.2% number from. Seriously it's about as erroneous as you could get.

And how exactly is it determined who gets into what category?

Will you be making the unilateral decisions here?
How much of MicroGuy's koolaid did you drink to actually think super blocks are fair?

None.. but while we're on the subject,

How many shitcoins did you make before you thought yourself an expert on anything?

I will say this again,

Other coins that did not have superblocks at the start had an unfair start.
This becomes apparent when you think of the initial difficulty of the coins.
As when the difficulty was really low it was easy to gather tons of coins but as more and more people started mining the difficulty went up and lowered the amount of coins/per hour/per person to a level that makes their initial distribution completely unfair.

Unlike in GLD where we had superblocks for ~2 months straight.

There was plenty of time to "get in".

Take a look at Feathercoin's first 96 hours:

http://cryptometer.org/feathercoin_96_hour_charts.html

In the first 12 hours the difficulty the difficulty grew 10,000 fold...

And there were 2.461M feathercoins produced.

But only 741K of those were produced at a difficulty where the distribution of the coins was fair for early adopters.(In otherwords only 741 thousand of those coins didn't favor those with large mining farms, every other coin produced had a minute share going to the little guy)

So one could say that ~30% of the initially mined feathercoins were distributed evenly amongst the people. The other 70% went straight into the pockets of those with big mining rigs/farms.

Compare that to Goldcoin

http://cryptometer.org/goldcoin_96_hour_charts.html

In the first 12 hours the difficulty remained constant,

And there were 3.138M GoldCoins produced.

Thus 100% of the initially mined GoldCoins were available to mine fairly, even if you want to make the argument that the "newbie" section release was unfair that still only accounts for 36% of the coins.

At least 64%(probably more) of the initially minted GoldCoins were distributed evenly to both big and small miners alike.




Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: artos on December 06, 2013, 02:19:57 AM
Thank you for removing the premine from StableCoin, xorxor. However, we're still listed as having 0 starting difficulty, as if it were a bad thing. StableCoin used an aggressive reward scaling system to ensure early miner were not able to get a ton of coins. You can independently verify this here, refer to the minted currency and total supply graphs: http://cryptometer.org/stablecoin_90_day_charts.html

As for this whole debate going on right now... Superblocks worth 10,000 coins at minimum difficulty are in no way fair. Trying to pass them off as such is incredibly disingenuous. If you want to see what fair coin distribution looks like, please look at the graphs of StableCoin. :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: cntrlsquare on December 06, 2013, 03:17:40 AM
So long as you stop being biased against GLD for no good reason. There was no instamine, it was set out to have superblocks at the start to make it fairer for day 1 miners as other coins had linear growth but ignored the fact that their difficulties were not growing linearly.

I know plenty of people who had nothing to do with the original team that got some of those coins.

Where the hell did you even get the 3.2% number from. Seriously it's about as erroneous as you could get.

And how exactly is it determined who gets into what category?

Will you be making the unilateral decisions here?
How much of MicroGuy's koolaid did you drink to actually think super blocks are fair?

None.. but while we're on the subject,

How many shitcoins did you make before you thought yourself an expert on anything?

I will say this again,

Other coins that did not have superblocks at the start had an unfair start.
This becomes apparent when you think of the initial difficulty of the coins.
As when the difficulty was really low it was easy to gather tons of coins but as more and more people started mining the difficulty went up and lowered the amount of coins/per hour/per person to a level that makes their initial distribution completely unfair.

Unlike in GLD where we had superblocks for ~2 months straight.

There was plenty of time to "get in".

Take a look at Feathercoin's first 96 hours:

http://cryptometer.org/feathercoin_96_hour_charts.html

In the first 12 hours the difficulty the difficulty grew 10,000 fold...

And there were 2.461M feathercoins produced.

But only 741K of those were produced at a difficulty where the distribution of the coins was fair for early adopters.(In otherwords only 741 thousand of those coins didn't favor those with large mining farms, every other coin produced had a minute share going to the little guy)

So one could say that ~30% of the initially mined feathercoins were distributed evenly amongst the people. The other 70% went straight into the pockets of those with big mining rigs/farms.

Compare that to Goldcoin

http://cryptometer.org/goldcoin_96_hour_charts.html

In the first 12 hours the difficulty remained constant,

And there were 3.138M GoldCoins produced.

Thus 100% of the initially mined GoldCoins were available to mine fairly, even if you want to make the argument that the "newbie" section release was unfair that still only accounts for 36% of the coins.

At least 64%(probably more) of the initially minted GoldCoins were distributed evenly to both big and small miners alike.


Ok, this - what we need is an alt-coin that rewards new miners in a fair manner.  Instead of incentives driven by mining power or first mover advantage, we need an alt-coin that incentivizes new people to also participate - thereby driving greater adoption.  Maybe each block is "mined" when a sufficient quantity of new people use the client, payed evenly across all participants. 


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: salsacz on December 06, 2013, 12:54:59 PM
I wonder why NXT is missing in the list


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: eagleEye on December 06, 2013, 02:05:08 PM
Delete the pre-mine on StableCoin, all the pre-mined coins on Stablecoin were destroyed when the coin was revived.

I assume there is a proof for that, is there ?

DESTRUCTION OF THE PREMINE

As some of you may remember, as part of the old mixing service, there were 1.2 million coins premined to act as the basis of the mixing pool. Of course, this caused much anger within the community, with accusations that the money would be used improperly, among other things. 5 months later, these funds have yet to be touched, so I'm happy to have proved those people wrong on those front.

However, under the new mixing system, these coins are no longer necessary. Accordingly, these coins will be publicly destroyed, as they were never intended to be used for anything other than mixing.

In this case, the 1.2 million coins were created in the genesis block. You might notice this is different than most coins that do their premine in block 1 and onward. This is because there is a well documented quirk within bitcoin that makes the genesis block unspendable. This is because when Satoshi designed the client, he decided not to add the coinbase transaction from the genesis block to the global transaction database.

To make these funds spendable, I added a simple bit of code during the initialization of the client (init.cpp). This code adds the genesis transaction to the global transaction database, making it spendable.
Code:

Code:
       // Genesis block
    const char* pszTimestamp = "June 7 2013, The Times, Prince Philip admitted to hospital for two weeks";
    CTransaction txNew;
    txNew.vin.resize(1);
    txNew.vout.resize(1);
    txNew.vin[0].scriptSig = CScript() << 486604799 << CBigNum(4) << vector<unsigned char>((const unsigned char*)pszTimestamp, (const unsigned char*)pszTimestamp + strlen(pszTimestamp));
    txNew.vout[0].nValue = 1250000 * COIN;
    txNew.vout[0].scriptPubKey = CScript() << ParseHex("0449D77B9B62E0DB1FD6150ECFC5722F31FEE52E585DE31B5AEFAD2CAC415D5698991F8F0B0CBBA7B9F4431BBE79B684876EDFBD369554ACC4182753FA48A3CD80") << OP_CHECKSIG;
    CBlock block;
    block.vtx.push_back(txNew);
    block.hashPrevBlock = 0;
    block.hashMerkleRoot = block.BuildMerkleTree();
    block.nVersion = 1;
    block.nTime    = 1370579804;
    block.nBits    = 0x1e0fffff;
    block.nNonce   = 2788;
                
        uint256 genesisHash("0x0a59605118489aa9cde58e64210d3d56e246758fbabcd1482e54bf4032545221");
        uint256 hash = txNew.GetHash();

{
        LOCK(mempool.cs);
        mempool.addUnchecked(hash,txNew);
}
                
{
        CTxDB txdb;
        txdb.TxnBegin();
        CBlockIndex* pindex = mapBlockIndex.find(genesisHash)->second;
        unsigned int nTxPos = pindex->nBlockPos + ::GetSerializeSize(CBlock(), SER_DISK, CLIENT_VERSION) - 1 + GetSizeOfCompactSize(block.vtx.size());
        CDiskTxPos posThisTx(pindex->nFile, pindex->nBlockPos, nTxPos);
    txdb.UpdateTxIndex(txNew.GetHash(), CTxIndex(posThisTx, txNew.vout.size()));
    txdb.TxnCommit();
}


By removing this code, the genesis block becomes unspendable, and the coins are essentially destroyed. This is the most eloquent way to accomplish the goal. Version 1.3 of StableCoin has this bit of code removed. I urge everyone to update immediately.

You can view the relevant commit here: https://github.com/stablecoin/stablecoin/commit/1912b4c1e9fb195c242e57459c613cb8c7846c8b

LOL Genesis Block have already been generated, so the deletion of this code does not imply the deletion of the genesis block  generated. Deletion would be effective if new block chain were generated, what obviously is not the case

The prove is that block 0 hash 0a59605118489aa9cde58e64210d3d56e246758fbabcd1482e54bf4032545221 is the current genesis block accordiing wallet:

http://s14.postimg.org/6ax4w1ltt/stable_scam2.png

Genesis block date is obviously 7 jun 2013

Code:
$ date -d @1370579804
jun 7 04:36:44 2013

Obviously block explorer is down for hiding premined 1,2 Million, but thanks to artos comments it is easy to realize that premine is ongoing, as shown by http://cryptometer.org/stablecoin_90_day_charts.html

and raw blocks log file http://cryptometer.org/stablecoin_90_day_blocks.txt

Code:
height, hash, diff, time, time-text, time-delta, mint
0, 0a59605118489aa9cde58e64210d3d56e246758fbabcd1482e54bf4032545221, 0.00024414, 1370579804, 2013-06-07 04:36:44, 0, 1250000
1, 4aa3098e85b00b6e843c01ddb5dcc85a1dd2eada1d2bcb48beadba38a95471f6, 0.00024414, 1370620922, 2013-06-07 16:02:02, 41118, 0
...

Note as hash, date and all data of genesis block are the same as shown by current version of walllet.

So, it seems a clear scam. Author claims to have destroyed the 1,2 Millon premined coins but lies conscienciously because genesis block was  already generated and the unique option is to regenerate a new blockchain without premined block genesis.

Wel, the prove is here.

UPDATE 1

Well, I have debugged current version 1.3 of stableCoin wallet and, soundly, you can see the 1.25 millons coins premined in the print info of block genesis creation:


Quote
12/06/13 15:14:39 StableCoin version v1.3.0.0-g3aaa7ba-beta ($Format:%cD)
12/06/13 15:14:39 Startup time: 12/06/13 15:14:39
12/06/13 15:14:39 Default data directory C:\Users\eagleEye\AppData\Roaming\StableCoin
12/06/13 15:14:39 Used data directory C:\Users\eagleEye\AppData\Roaming\StableCoin
12/06/13 15:14:39 Bound to [::]:17500
12/06/13 15:14:39 Bound to 0.0.0.0:17500
12/06/13 15:14:39 Loading block index...
12/06/13 15:14:39 dbenv.open LogDir=C:\Users\eagleEye\AppData\Roaming\StableCoin\database ErrorFile=C:\Users\eagleEye\AppData\Roaming\StableCoin\db.log
12/06/13 15:14:39 0a59605118489aa9cde58e64210d3d56e246758fbabcd1482e54bf4032545221
12/06/13 15:14:39 0a59605118489aa9cde58e64210d3d56e246758fbabcd1482e54bf4032545221
12/06/13 15:14:39 22fafe4f684eed751b2ffea656b0ca28a0ad34c6b584872a96350e09f681f49a
12/06/13 15:14:39 CBlock(hash=0a59605118489aa9cde5, PoW=000003cea8ce31c19c25, ver=1, hashPrevBlock=00000000000000000000, hashMerkleRoot=22fafe4f68, nTime=1370579804, nBits=1e0fffff, nNonce=2788, vtx=1)
12/06/13 15:14:39   CTransaction(hash=22fafe4f68, ver=1, vin.size=1, vout.size=1, nLockTime=0)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(0000000000, -1), coinbase 04ffff001d0104484a756e65203720323031332c205468652054696d65732c205072696e6365205 068696c69702061646d697474656420746f20686f73706974616c20666f722074776f207765656b 73)
    CTxOut(nValue=1250000.00000000, scriptPubKey=0449d77b9b62e0db1fd6150ecfc572)
  vMerkleTree: 22fafe4f68
12/06/13 15:14:39 SetBestChain: new best=0a59605118489aa9cde5  height=0  work=1048577  date=06/07/13 04:36:44
12/06/13 15:14:39  block index              50ms
12/06/13 15:14:39 Loading wallet...
12/06/13 15:14:39 nFileVersion = 1030000
12/06/13 15:14:39  wallet                  108ms
12/06/13 15:14:39 Loading addresses...


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Hazard on December 06, 2013, 03:05:44 PM
Hey, idiot. If you bothered to read the post you would know that THE GENESIS BLOCK IS UNSPENDABLE. It's a bug/oversight within bitcoin that has existed since the very first version of it. The bit of code that was added allowed it to be spent. With it removed, it's back to being unspendable.

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Genesis_block

Yes, reading is hard, I know.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: eagleEye on December 06, 2013, 03:39:38 PM
Hey, idiot. If you bothered to read the post you would know that THE GENESIS BLOCK IS UNSPENDABLE. It's a bug/oversight within bitcoin that has existed since the very first version of it. The bit of code that was added allowed it to be spent. With it removed, it's back to being unspendable.

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Genesis_block

Yes, reading is hard, I know.

LOL it is unspeandable if the current binary shipped is built from the source in github  ... but could not be, and if artos does not provide another update which allows the spending of block genesis coinbase transaction ... because people we are so stupid ...

So, Why he said 1.25 million was destroyed if it is still  into genesis block?  Why are you so interested in it ? It smells to SC...

debug.log
Quote
12/06/13 15:14:39 StableCoin version v1.3.0.0-g3aaa7ba-beta ($Format:%cD)
12/06/13 15:14:39 Startup time: 12/06/13 15:14:39
12/06/13 15:14:39 Default data directory C:\Users\eagleEye\AppData\Roaming\StableCoin
12/06/13 15:14:39 Used data directory C:\Users\eagleEye\AppData\Roaming\StableCoin
12/06/13 15:14:39 Bound to [::]:17500
12/06/13 15:14:39 Bound to 0.0.0.0:17500
12/06/13 15:14:39 Loading block index...
12/06/13 15:14:39 dbenv.open LogDir=C:\Users\eagleEye\AppData\Roaming\StableCoin\database ErrorFile=C:\Users\eagleEye\AppData\Roaming\StableCoin\db.log
12/06/13 15:14:39 0a59605118489aa9cde58e64210d3d56e246758fbabcd1482e54bf4032545221
12/06/13 15:14:39 0a59605118489aa9cde58e64210d3d56e246758fbabcd1482e54bf4032545221
12/06/13 15:14:39 22fafe4f684eed751b2ffea656b0ca28a0ad34c6b584872a96350e09f681f49a
12/06/13 15:14:39 CBlock(hash=0a59605118489aa9cde5, PoW=000003cea8ce31c19c25, ver=1, hashPrevBlock=00000000000000000000, hashMerkleRoot=22fafe4f68, nTime=1370579804, nBits=1e0fffff, nNonce=2788, vtx=1)
12/06/13 15:14:39   CTransaction(hash=22fafe4f68, ver=1, vin.size=1, vout.size=1, nLockTime=0)
    CTxIn(COutPoint(0000000000, -1), coinbase 04ffff001d0104484a756e65203720323031332c205468652054696d65732c205072696e6365205 068696c69702061646d697474656420746f20686f73706974616c20666f722074776f207765656b 73)
    CTxOut(nValue=1250000.00000000, scriptPubKey=0449d77b9b62e0db1fd6150ecfc572)
  vMerkleTree: 22fafe4f68
12/06/13 15:14:39 SetBestChain: new best=0a59605118489aa9cde5  height=0  work=1048577  date=06/07/13 04:36:44
12/06/13 15:14:39  block index              50ms
12/06/13 15:14:39 Loading wallet...
12/06/13 15:14:39 nFileVersion = 1030000
12/06/13 15:14:39  wallet                  108ms
12/06/13 15:14:39 Loading addresses...


It is obvious 1.250 Millions of premined coins are still on blockchain ...


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Hazard on December 06, 2013, 03:42:26 PM
LOL it is unspeandable if the current binary shipped is built from the source in github  ... but could not be.
False. The people finding the blocks (aka pools) are running software created from the git. No blocks involving the genesis transaction could ever make it into the block chain because of this.

But it's clear you do not have any knowledge of the bitcoin protocol, nor show any desire to learn, so the effort is wasted on you.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: eagleEye on December 06, 2013, 03:50:26 PM
LOL it is unspeandable if the current binary shipped is built from the source in github  ... but could not be.
False. The people finding the blocks (aka pools) are running software created from the git. No blocks involving the genesis transaction could ever make it into the block chain because of this.

But it's clear you do not have any knowledge of the bitcoin protocol, nor show any desire to learn, so the effort is wasted on you.

Lol this is his pain.

But artos could fork the chain by means of an updade for making the coinbase tx spendable ... LOL. Great plan !! ... but it has been caught ! !


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Hazard on December 06, 2013, 04:04:33 PM
LOL it is unspeandable if the current binary shipped is built from the source in github  ... but could not be.
False. The people finding the blocks (aka pools) are running software created from the git. No blocks involving the genesis transaction could ever make it into the block chain because of this.

But it's clear you do not have any knowledge of the bitcoin protocol, nor show any desire to learn, so the effort is wasted on you.

Lol this is his pain.

But artos could fork the chain by means of an updade for making the coinbase tx spendable ... LOL. Great plan !! ... but it has been caught ! !
Any chain could be hardforked to poof a large amount of coins into existence. What is your point?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: lmue on December 06, 2013, 04:12:21 PM
Please add Gridcoin, GRC.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: eagleEye on December 06, 2013, 04:15:23 PM
LOL it is unspeandable if the current binary shipped is built from the source in github  ... but could not be.
False. The people finding the blocks (aka pools) are running software created from the git. No blocks involving the genesis transaction could ever make it into the block chain because of this.

But it's clear you do not have any knowledge of the bitcoin protocol, nor show any desire to learn, so the effort is wasted on you.

Lol this is his pain.

But artos could fork the chain by means of an updade for making the coinbase tx spendable ... LOL. Great plan !! ... but it has been caught ! !
Any chain could be hardforked to poof a large amount of coins into existence. What is your point?

Are you retarded?  who are going to avoid artos, who claimed 1.25 millions were "destroyed", do a hardfork for spending the 1.250 Millons premined into blockchain block genesis? Really think people are stupid? You are a scammer or  really retarded ...


Btw, block genesis is still 1.250 millions ... LOL, liar artos claiming it was "destroyed" by deleting the lines of b.genesis ... LOL


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: maxsolnc on December 06, 2013, 04:37:23 PM
Please add Datacoin DTC
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=325735.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: bcfanminer on December 06, 2013, 04:52:18 PM
Would you mind to add BetaCoin to the list?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=321266.0

https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/1443-betacoin-bet-information/

Thanks,


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: alphaomegacoin on December 06, 2013, 04:55:14 PM
I just started a new crypto currency out of Missouri I have not really officially released it yet but forum and website is up on most search engines getting it updated on more.  The coin is called AlphaOmegaCoin AOC I'm running a promotion from Dec 14/13-Jan/14/14 giving away 50,000 AOC for every new member that signs up on the forum and all current members to that point. I know it's a long shot but I plan on slowly growing the coin and doing my best to get it done correctly, and getting official advertising up on the coin over the next month or two. I'm looking for anyone that would be interested in giving me ideas how to get the coin moving in the right direction any help would be greatly appreciated.

Here is a breakdown of promotion.
First 500 new members.

Promotion break down will be 50,000 coins to every new member and all current members between Dec/14/13-Jan/14/2014.

All Prizes are on top of the 50,000 coins you will already receive as being a member.
There will be one random 1,000,000 coin prize every week for four weeks.
There will be one random 500,000 coin prize every week for four weeks.
There will be one random 250,000 coin prize every week for four weeks.
There will be one random 100,000 coin prize every week for four weeks.
There will be one random 75,000 coin Prize every week for four weeks.



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: pand70 on December 06, 2013, 06:18:16 PM
I just started a new crypto currency out of Missouri I have not really officially released it yet but forum and website is up on most search engines getting it updated on more.  The coin is called AlphaOmegaCoin

Good luck with your coin. It looks like it will be appreciated among fraternities  :P Or maybe you should add a third greek letter  :P


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on December 06, 2013, 09:20:26 PM
Looks like he update the list on the 4th, but didn't add any new coins. i think the list has become to complicated for him to handle


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on December 07, 2013, 01:08:07 AM
Looks like he update the list on the 4th, but didn't add any new coins. i think the list has become to complicated for him to handle

Don't panic, recent boom in alt's changed everything and my update was no longer valid.
 I need to  wait few days for pump&dumps to finish and reveal true new stars.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on December 07, 2013, 01:16:55 AM
Looks like he update the list on the 4th, but didn't add any new coins. i think the list has become to complicated for him to handle

Don't panic, recent boom in alt's changed everything and my update was no longer valid.
 I need to  wait few days for pump&dumps to finish and reveal true new stars.

well when evaluating osc, i would appreciate it if you took an in depth look at the coin and what services are already in place. thank you.

some key points:

online wallet
http://coinbit.pw

network statistics, hash graphs, and directory of related sites.
http://oscoin.org


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Sukrim on December 07, 2013, 01:27:00 AM
Quote
Ripples XRP-  , no mining - all coins available at start 80% foundation, and 20% develeopers. centralized, not opensource. not designed to be a currency, but an IOU exchange. Very innovative and usefull, but "not an altcoin"

This is partially wrong, partially unclear.

XRP actually are a currency, they are available from the start, there is no mining, both client and server are open source (and not centralized, otherwise all this would be much simpler), coins will be distributed as follows: 55% of all coins are handed out in giveaways, 20% belong ot the founders (not necessarily developers), 35% belong to Ripple Labs (formerly Open Coin) to do with them as they please. XRP act as market making currency and anti-spam mechanism mainly, they are an unbacked asset, similar to most other coins around here. What might be interesting is that they actually get destroyed in transactions as fees, not redistributed to anyone taking part in any verification process (unlike e.g. bitcoin transaction fees which go to miners).

Ripple itself is a distributed exchange, XRP (aka. "ripples") are the only native asset traded there.

You seem to not give a definition of "altcoin", so in some ways it might be the case that XRPs don't qualify for this. Please at least fix the "not opensource" part though, source code for any part to fork or build upon Ripple (with probably more commits in a week than most coins around here see in their lifetime) can be found at https://github.com/ripple (Server: rippled, JavaScript reference client: ripple-client)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: this1dude on December 07, 2013, 02:10:05 PM
Don't be fooled by BossCoin [BSS] the latest scam coin people...  More on it here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=360987.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Tenchi on December 07, 2013, 03:59:09 PM
please add Bells BEL

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=349695.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: flynn on December 08, 2013, 01:08:02 PM
Please add Datacoin DTC
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=325735.0

I don't intent to be rude or anything, but for us frenchmen this coin sounds very funny,
because in french's slang it means "In Your Ass" 

It's used like this, as an example ;

Joe:  "where did you find that ?"
Jim: "dtc"



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: this1dude on December 08, 2013, 01:12:14 PM
Please add Datacoin DTC
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=325735.0

I don't intent to be rude or anything, but for us frenchmen this coin sounds very funny,
because in french's slang it means "In Your Ass" 

It's used like this, as an example ;

Joe:  "where did you find that ?"
Jim: "dtc"



lol


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: tins on December 08, 2013, 11:03:07 PM

I think it's time to add Dogecoin to the list of majors.  ;D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: giszmo on December 09, 2013, 01:32:07 AM
Please add Datacoin DTC
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=325735.0

I don't intent to be rude or anything, but for us frenchmen this coin sounds very funny,
because in french's slang it means "In Your Ass" 

It's used like this, as an example ;

Joe:  "where did you find that ?"
Jim: "dtc"



lol

Dans ton cul? You really have an abbreviation for that? Cause the letters pronounced in french wouldn't make me think of that phrase.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: orco#2 on December 09, 2013, 05:47:54 AM
www.crypto-coins.org

Nice commentary about valuation of Cryptos and how to buy


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: ocean59 on December 09, 2013, 06:04:15 AM

I think it's time to add Dogecoin to the list of majors.  ;D

Such wow. To the moon!!!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: btbat on December 09, 2013, 08:31:11 AM
Yes, it seems that it's a DigiCash. ;D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: flynn on December 09, 2013, 09:09:51 AM
Dans ton cul? You really have an abbreviation for that? Cause the letters pronounced in french wouldn't make me think of that phrase.

yessssir :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: dzarmush on December 09, 2013, 11:06:20 AM
What would you say about QRK now almost a year later when it's in top five with capitalization over 40 mil?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: VforVictory on December 09, 2013, 06:03:30 PM
What would you say about QRK now almost a year later when it's in top five with capitalization over 40 mil?

"I told you so?"


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Robert Lewandowski on December 09, 2013, 07:56:09 PM
Hey guys, i've been researching some coins.


Which ones do you think valued at around $0.007 or lower do you think are going to rise drastically in price soon?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: tins on December 09, 2013, 10:28:30 PM
Hey guys, i've been researching some coins.


Which ones do you think valued at around $0.007 or lower do you think are going to rise drastically in price soon?

Dogecoin...much fun, much profit


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: GreekBitcoin on December 10, 2013, 12:57:17 AM
Hey guys, i've been researching some coins.


Which ones do you think valued at around $0.007 or lower do you think are going to rise drastically in price soon?

Dogecoin...much fun, much profit

this seriously


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Robert Lewandowski on December 10, 2013, 05:32:53 AM
Hey guys, i've been researching some coins.


Which ones do you think valued at around $0.007 or lower do you think are going to rise drastically in price soon?

Dogecoin...much fun, much profit


Dogecoin looks very promising. I think im going to invest





Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: johncoin on December 10, 2013, 11:44:34 AM
Gridcoin looks as promising coin. It has nice idea to reward BOINC contributors


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on December 10, 2013, 04:30:52 PM
http://img2.joyreactor.cc/pics/post/%D1%84%D0%BE%D1%82%D0%BE-%D1%82%D0%B5%D1%85%D0%BD%D0%BE%D0%BB%D0%BE%D0%B3%D0%B8%D0%B8-%D0%BC%D1%83%D0%B7%D1%8B%D0%BA%D0%B0%D0%BD%D1%82%D1%8B-%D0%B1%D0%B8%D1%82%D0%BA%D0%BE%D0%B8%D0%BD-978782.jpeg

 :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: eagleEye on December 10, 2013, 09:03:27 PM
Delete the pre-mine on StableCoin, all the pre-mined coins on Stablecoin were destroyed when the coin was revived.


uhmmmm ... NO

http://185.16.61.172/chain/StableCoin?hi=19&count=20

http://185.16.61.172/address/sYwsFJZDMz144QnY4YmPC48NkQgWYFKGN5

balance sYwsFJZDMz144QnY4YmPC48NkQgWYFKGN5 = 1.25 Millons SBC

http://s24.postimg.org/h5v0ujz85/stablecoin.png


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Robert Lewandowski on December 11, 2013, 02:17:20 AM
put that in the stablecoin thread. pretty sure they have been effectively destroyed by changing something in the blockchain. theyre still there but not spendable in any way.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: RenegadeMind on December 11, 2013, 05:12:47 AM
Hey guys, i've been researching some coins.

Which ones do you think valued at around $0.007 or lower do you think are going to rise drastically in price soon?

Dogecoin...much fun, much profit

Dogecoin looks very promising. I think im going to invest

      doges                   so crypto                                very currency

 much invest                                        such profit

                              many wow                                          scryptilicious
           doge do-do is yes


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Robert Lewandowski on December 11, 2013, 06:48:12 AM
Any idea when Casinocoin or Grandcoin is going to be listed?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: jambola2 on December 11, 2013, 07:39:07 AM
Why don't you make a more detailed explanation of some of the estabilished but not fully popular ones ?
Can you try to point out coins that are better than bitcoin in some way , and detail a bit on it ?

Thanks for the awesome thread :D
jambola2

PS : Can someone explain what PPcoin does to use less energy ?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: eagleEye on December 11, 2013, 12:46:53 PM
put that in the stablecoin thread. pretty sure they have been effectively destroyed by changing something in the blockchain. theyre still there but not spendable in any way.

LOL Change the blockchain? That is not possible, man, that blockgenesis and banch of blockchain will be integer so far the end of Universe.

There is a possibility of spending the blockgenesis premined 1.25 millions coins, but it will fork the blockchain.

So, claims about destroying and unspendeble premine are essentially false, just a display towards someone not understating enough the basis of bitcoin.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: MajikPiG on December 11, 2013, 06:41:25 PM
yes    wow           such smart
   very shibe   so astral
  doge to the mooooooooooooon


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: giszmo on December 12, 2013, 12:17:17 AM
PS : Can someone explain what PPcoin does to use less energy ?

PPCoin is now called Peercoin and uses proof of stake instead of (a significant part of its) proof of work.
Bitcoin miners need: expensive hardware + electricity < value of coins mined
Peercoin miners need: expensive hardware + electricity + coins held < value of coins mined with a strong weight on "coins held"


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: cienki7 on December 12, 2013, 07:53:30 AM
Dogecoin should be added. Network is growing really fast.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: ghostlander on December 12, 2013, 08:39:01 AM
Xorxor, please update the PXC name to Phoenixcoin and change the link to my takeover thread (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=305584.0). JohnCar, iamatrix and Joerii are no longer involved with the project.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: bluebit25 on December 12, 2013, 08:41:52 AM
THE ORIGINAL CRYPTOCOIN LIST [version October 14, 2013]

MAJOR:
(big market, high security)

-BTC Bitcoin- (http://bitcoin.org/) -  first, strongest, most accepted, most mined, high volume market, a true currency
-LTC Litecoin- (http://litecoin.org/)  second only to BTC , faster than BTC, ASIC-hostile GPU SCRYPT mining.
-NMC Namecoin- (http://namecoin.info/) merged mined with BTC, used for alternative p2p domain system
-PPC PPcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=101820.0)   Proof Of Stake [very innovative, low energy]

MINOR:
(established, but small)

-XPM PrimeCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=251850.0) mining PrimeCoin helps looking for prime numbers, instead of wasting energy. for now cpu-only.
-NVC NovaCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=143221.0)  scrypt hashing[like LTC], proof of stake [like PPC]
-FTC FeatherCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178286.0) LTC clone with 4x more coins. starting diff 0
-TRC Terracoin- (http://terracoin.org/) BTC clone, many diff algo updates, still abused.
-DVC Devcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=34586.0) merged mined with BTC, 90% of generation goes to foundation, 10% to miners

CANDIDATES:
(not stable yet, with some community support)

-MEC Megacoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218851.0) based on 8.2 code. 0 starting diff.
-CGB CryptogenicBullion- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=245086.0) 0.94% Premined NVC Clone
-MNC Mincoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=165397.0) LTC clone, started with no binaries and 25000% reward blocks. 0 starting diff
-DGC DigitalCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=209508.0) LTC clone. 20 sec blocks. 0 starting diff + progresive reward.
-ANC Anoncoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227287.0) a coin with I2P support
-WDC Worldcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=204894.0) LTC clone. 15 sec blocks. 0 starting diff.
-FRC Freicoin- (http://www.freicoin.org/)  4.89% anual demurrage. for the first 3 years 80% block subsidy goes to foundation, 20% to miners.
-IXC IxCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=36218.0) merged mined with BTC, BTC clone.
-IFC infinitecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=225891.0) LTC clone with huge reward of 524288 and extreme fast reward drop.

THE PURGATORY:
(many new clones)


-BTB BitBar- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=238608.0)  scarce, PoW + PoS[like PPC] scrypt. 0 starting diff + quick adjustment.
-BQC BBQCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=93437.0) forgotten , now revived and active. faster version of LTC.
-ZET Zetacoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=267545.0) BTC clone, sha256.
-GLD Goldcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=231834.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff, 2000% superblocks at start [3.2% instamine]
-PXC PhenixCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=211165.0) LTC clone. 1'000'000 coins premine
-PyBC Coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=252152.0) An example coin to show new "Python Blockchain" Library capabilities.
-YAC YACoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=196196.0)  Yet Another altCoin. NovaCoin fork, with modified scrypt hashing
-FRK Franko- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=202417.0) LTC clone. fast blocks. 0 starting diff. scarce.
-BTE Bytecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=164569.0) the 1:1 bitcoin copy  
-CAP Bottlecaps- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=241445.0) NVC clone, with a 0.25 diff start and quick 9 years inflation
-NBL nibble- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=216637.0) LTC clone. progresive starting reward.
-FLO Florin coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=236742.0) a coin with trasaction comments
-GME Gamecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=263600.0) unfinished FTC clone , killed on launch. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=202764.0) failed to revive once, (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=208747) and now finaly revived.
-CNC CHNCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=192243.0) LTC clone, announced on chinese forum first.0 starting diff
-HBN HoboNickels- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=261550.0) Fast NVC clone. Extreme, over 100% ROI. 0 starting diff.
-JKC JKC- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=202454.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff with superblocks, random superblocks.
-FST Fastcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218852.0) LTC clone. 12 sec blocks. 0 starting diff.
-KGC krugercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=246803.0)  LTC clone. 15 sec blocks. 0 starting diff.
-QRK Quark- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=260031.0) Sifcoin clone. CPU only.
-BTG bitgem- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=207008.0) NVC scarce clone. 0 starting diff
-I0C I0coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=36425.0) ixcoin without the premine. died 3 times. After very long time revived again. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268228.0)

-ZCC ZcCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268575.0) Yacoin clone.
-FEC FreeCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268883.0) Yacoin clone.
-MemoryCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=267522.0) SHA512 + modified scrypt coin with grands.
-PHS Philosopherstone- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=263744.0) NVC Clone with random blocks and in-blockchain messages.
-AMC Americancoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219165.0) premined LTC clone with 6.5k-14k blocks giving zero reward
-SPC supercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206164.0) JunkCoin clone. 0 starting diff
-doubloons- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206361.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff
-LKY LuckyCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=214614.0) superblocks at start, random superblocks [JunkCoin clone].
-SPT Spots- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=259764.0) smallchange clone, 0 starting diff.
-MEM MEMEcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=217526.0)  premined LTC clone. 10 sec blocks. 0 starting diff + superblocks.
-EZC EzCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219308.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff and superblocks
-CMC CosmosCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=245938.0) NVC fork with no fees and transaction comments
-DMD Diamond- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255806.0) Scarce NVC clone with random reward.
-ARG Argentum- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=231524.0) premined LTC clone
-StableCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227766.0)  0 starting diff, died and revived.
-SIC Sifcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=240894.0) Uses new hashing, series of SHA-3 candidates, CPU only.
-Ybc Ybcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=243046.0) YAC Clone.
-GLX Galaxycoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=252127.0) Fast NVC clone with constant reward for 8 years.
-NUG Nuggets - (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=256460.0) premined LTC clone with random superblocks and constant base reward.
-LBW Lebowskis- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=260311.0) NVC clone.
-CSC CasinoCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=258090.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff, superblocks at start.
-EGC EagleCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=260484.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff.
-ZTC ZenithCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219644.0)Freicoin based -demurrage +Scrypt. 50% tax for developer.
-ONC Onecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=200177.0) a coin that has total supply of 1, Scrypt-jane
-ELP ElephantCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=256501.0) LTC Clone with random blocks and in-blockchain messages.0.4% premined.
-GLC GlobalCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=243911.0) LTC clone
-CDC Cloudcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=256120.0) 1000000 premined NVC clone with random blocks.
-GDC Grand coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255629.0) JKC clone
-PYC Paycoin - (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=268941.0) CosmosCoin clone.

-CENT Pennies- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=269145.0) Hidden launch Yacoin clone.
-NEC Neocoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=262973.0) NVC-like, with messages. Multiple failed relaunches until finaly ok.
-JPC Jupitercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=257528.0) Scarce LTC Clone. 0 starting difficulty, 0.27% premined.
-CRM Crimecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=266387.0) A little (0.03%) premined LTC clone.
-VLC ValueCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=239666.0) 0,75% premined LTC clone
-GRW Growthcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=267019.0) Super quickly mined NVC clone, halving every 3 months + 100% RoI! Exponential inflation.
-SYC Skycoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=219550.0) premined LTC clone
-SXC Sexcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218158.0) JunkCoin clone, overtaken. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=252896.0)
-CL Copperlark- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=225891.0) Uses new hashing, SHA-3. CPU only. Massively premined
-RYC RoyalCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=199839.0) starting superblocks LTC clone
-DNC Dragoncoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=216653.0) smallchange clone, 0 starting diff.
-Emerald- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=235870.0) LTC clone. progresive starting reward. scarce.
-NAN NanoTokens- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=242491.0) premined LTC clone
-MST MasterCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=242406.0) premined LTC clone
-USC UScoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=215465.0) premined LTC clone
-FEC FerretCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=247208.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff.
-Noirbits- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=226903.0) LTC clone
-GIL- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=255844.0) premined LTC clone with random reward.
-CDC Cloudcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=256120.0) 1000000 premined NVC clone with random blocks.
-RCH RichCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=239251.0) premined LTC clone
-XNC XenCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=237998.0) premined LTC clone
-REC RealCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=227149.0) premined LTC clone
-ALF Alphacoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=230868.0) LTC clone with 1000000 premined and starting superblocks.
-RED Redcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=246693.0) 1000000 premine, random reward, transaction messages.
-One last Coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=232254.0) premined LTC clone
-ORB Orbitcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=265555.0) The most(66%) premined coin since MMMcoin . 0 starting diff.
-Quantumcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=226918.0) dead and relaunched clone


DEAD / DYING :


-TDC TradeCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=242857.0) 100% premine LTC clone experiment. Dying.
-NUC NuCoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=241128.0) premined LTC clone. officially dead.
-6CN 6coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=239201.0)  LTC clone. Never really picked up.
-PWC Powercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=203505.0)] LTC clone. 30 sec blocks.  killed by 51%
-SRC sunrisecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206017.0) LTC clone. 0 starting diff. Dying because of no prime node from the start.
-Icecoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=232186.0) DoA, relaunched by someone else and dead again..
-HYC Hypercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=218737.0)LTC clone + premine. dying of extremely low hashrate
-ELACoin- progtresive inlfation. tripple-failed launch - DOA
-LQC Liquidcoin made to be very fast at constant difficulty, dead [pool closed, exchange closed]
-SC Solidcoin - dying (10-20% fee), designed to improove IxCoin, hard to be neutral on this one, 1.0 was a premine scam, 2.0 says BTC is pyramid scheme.
-GG Geist Geld experiment on BTC algorithm, how fast can it go? just for sience.
-TBX Tenebrix interesting idea of cpu-friendly mining with scrypt, but premined with 7.7milion coins
-FBX Fairbrix- Tenebrix without the premine, bad launch,  alive but little support.
-CLC Coiledcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=56675.0) some nice ideas, but killed in 51% attack
-RUC Rucoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=48582.0) copy of bitcoin, only difference is that it was developed in russian not english. Dead, than reborn much different, not confirmed if it is the same blockchain,  both scrypt[like LTC] and sha256d , nice client !warning! not opensource ! dying again  https://www.rucoin.org/
-TimeKoin - (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=88467.0) PHP webbased coin, alive but not used or traded. http://timekoin.org/
-Beertokens- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=9493.0)abitious [impossible?] try to stabilize price against commodity.
-MMM MMMcoin - Dead coin by notorious scamer SPMavrodi, named "yes we can" "my mozem mnogoye" 30s between blocks, retarget every 1440 blocks.  10T premined and 0.01 reward, fees "shredder" feature, 51% protection. Abandoned by developers

NOT BTC ALTERNATIVE /  NEVER FULLY LAUNCHED:
(do not have bitcoin characteristics or never active )

-JPU J-Coin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=264556.0) YAC clone? no source - not a true crypto!
-EMU Emunie- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=246463.0) Not launched yet, closed source beta only. May be a big thing - coin based on trust, not hashpower. Yet unknown if will be decentralised and opensource or ripple-like.
-MSC mastercoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=265488.0) Not launchet yet, but you can buy them already. coins created by buying them with bitcoins. operates on a bitcoin blockchain.
eCash historical try for digital curency by David Chaum, operational but died. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DigiCash
DigiCash was the company that made eCash . Possibly where Bitcoin came from.
Ripples XRP (http://ripple.com)-  , no mining - all coins available at start 80% foundation, and 20% develeopers. centralized, not opensource. not designed to be a currency, but an IOU exchange. Very innovative and usefull, but "not an altcoin"
Amazon Coin - centralized private scrip launched by Amazon and pegged to USD, not cryptographic at all, just a name.
WEEDS (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24209.0) never realy active and now dead
Groupcoin (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=24813.0) - still alive but never realy active  
Opencoin - opensource version of digicash, opencoin.org , not launched yet
RealPay (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?all=;topic=62565.0)  100% coins at start, centralized, never realy launched ,site is dead
Qubic coins are produced at the rate determined by quorum of miners, not set by developers. Never launched.
Swiftcoin company operated, centralized and pegged, not opensource http://www.firstnationalbnak.com/faq
SMC smallchange functioning blockchain, but made just for research. might be a coin if reset.
-barcoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=217636.0)functioning blockchain, but made just for research.


-------------------------------------end of list------------------------------------------------------

Exchanges:

https://www.cryptsy.com/
https://btc-e.com/
https://bter.com/
https://www.crypto-trade.com/
https://mcxnow.com/
https://vircurex.com/
https://www.coins-e.com/
https://btcltc.com/
https://coinex.pw/

Mining profitability sites:

http://www.coinchoose.com/
http://www.coinwarz.com/
http://dustcoin.com/mining
http://www.wheretomine.com/
http://800996.com/btc/

Usefull comparison:

http://www.cryptocoincharts.info/
http://coinmarketcap.com/
http://cryptometer.org

Corrections / additions are welcome.
If You find any information or categorization here hurtfull, unjust or wrong for any coin, please correct me.
 
 thx for input : FuzzyBear , Sunny King, Balthazar ,DannyM , ripper234 and others

 
 

You should move Quark to either the Major or Minor category, as it's in the Top 10 for a while now.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: advanced on December 12, 2013, 12:40:07 PM
This spreadsheet can be useful under the category Usefull comparison:
  https://github.com/adv0r/altcoin-google-spreadsheet (https://github.com/adv0r/altcoin-google-spreadsheet)


original discussion : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=368226.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=368226.0)


PS: Update the category : Useful not usefulL  ;)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: yasircheema on December 13, 2013, 06:29:56 AM
Very nice
this kind of information help the newcomers like me to decide
which coins to be taken and which should be avoided.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: faiza1990 on December 13, 2013, 03:46:54 PM
Hey guys, i've been researching some coins.


Which ones do you think valued at around $0.007 or lower do you think are going to rise drastically in price soon?

Dogecoin...much fun, much profit


Dogecoin looks very promising. I think im going to invest

I hear too much about this in these days is this really going to be good in next few days or just rumors going here


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Sephir8th on December 13, 2013, 09:29:51 PM
WOW NO DOGE

please this list need dogecoin

Agreed DOGEs ftw!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: SolomonSollarsNSense on December 13, 2013, 09:38:40 PM
You can also now add SOL - Sollars and Sense #EPIC


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: surfer43 on December 14, 2013, 02:06:13 AM
Add Skeincoin SKC (rhymes with rain)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Kiki112 on December 14, 2013, 10:17:12 AM
Where is dogecoin  ???

Edit it OP :D

wow
such ignore
many cripto
no doge


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Reece523 on December 14, 2013, 05:17:21 PM
I think you know what is going to happen to Doge when it gets added (not that I feel the same way) :(


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: manetor26 on December 14, 2013, 06:00:41 PM
When this list will be updated ?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: cryptocoiner on December 14, 2013, 06:12:52 PM
DOGE! DOGE! DOGE! DOGE!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Chida on December 14, 2013, 11:03:08 PM
It's necessary an update of the list!  ;D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: technomancer on December 15, 2013, 11:18:49 AM
waauuw, no doge? shame on you!  ;D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Lapish on December 15, 2013, 12:16:26 PM
WDC is coin of future!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: tyler27 on December 15, 2013, 05:57:52 PM
Why do so many people talk about Dogecoin? Lol...


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: terrapinflyer on December 16, 2013, 12:17:29 AM
wtf is a dodgecoin and why are people talking about it?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: LightningFury on December 16, 2013, 01:29:02 AM
wtf is a dodgecoin and why are people talking about it?

rofl lol omg wtf  ;D

plz add dogecoin  ::)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: terrapinflyer on December 16, 2013, 02:37:46 AM
wtf is a dodgecoin and why are people talking about it?

rofl lol omg wtf  ;D

plz add dogecoin  ::)

I looked at their thread here and it looks like a 10 year old wrote it. How is it supposed to be something people take seriously if the people promoting it dont? What advantages over BTC or other established alt coins does it offer? Seems like people who missed the BTC early mining days will jump on anything new. Overall it looks like another pump and dump to me.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: zero9119 on December 16, 2013, 04:16:11 AM
wtf is a dodgecoin and why are people talking about it?

rofl lol omg wtf  ;D

plz add dogecoin  ::)

I looked at their thread here and it looks like a 10 year old wrote it. How is it supposed to be something people take seriously if the people promoting it dont? What advantages over BTC or other established alt coins does it offer? Seems like people who missed the BTC early mining days will jump on anything new. Overall it looks like another pump and dump to me.
it wasn't meant to be taken seriously.
it's a joke coin.
this is what happens when you take it too far
this is no joke anymore
to the moon doge 


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: medialab101 on December 16, 2013, 04:24:54 AM
List needs updating  :-*


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: terrapinflyer on December 16, 2013, 06:55:43 AM
wtf is a dodgecoin and why are people talking about it?

rofl lol omg wtf  ;D

plz add dogecoin  ::)

I looked at their thread here and it looks like a 10 year old wrote it. How is it supposed to be something people take seriously if the people promoting it dont? What advantages over BTC or other established alt coins does it offer? Seems like people who missed the BTC early mining days will jump on anything new. Overall it looks like another pump and dump to me.
it wasn't meant to be taken seriously.
it's a joke coin.
this is what happens when you take it too far
this is no joke anymore
to the moon doge 

So basically what your saying is I was rite, pump and dump. It wont even be remembered in 2 months why bother updating the list? They could just put it in the DEAD / DYING section...


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: ocean59 on December 16, 2013, 09:37:45 AM

So basically what your saying is I was rite, pump and dump. It wont even be remembered in 2 months why bother updating the list? They could just put it in the DEAD / DYING section...

Well, if the list is only based on what 'one person' is saying, or based upon what 'op is thinking right now' then it clearly isn't an objective list of any sort and should simply be deleted altogether.

FFS, can everyone please remove their egos from their assholes.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: pand70 on December 16, 2013, 09:47:32 AM
Well, if the list is only based on what 'one person' is saying, or based upon what 'op is thinking right now' then it clearly isn't an objective list of any sort and should simply be deleted altogether.

You underestimate the fact that it is a sticky post in the alt coin section.
Just check how well the list correlates with each of those alt coins price.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: murderouskirk on December 16, 2013, 02:02:54 PM
wtf is a dodgecoin and why are people talking about it?

rofl lol omg wtf  ;D

plz add dogecoin  ::)

I looked at their thread here and it looks like a 10 year old wrote it. How is it supposed to be something people take seriously if the people promoting it dont? What advantages over BTC or other established alt coins does it offer? Seems like people who missed the BTC early mining days will jump on anything new. Overall it looks like another pump and dump to me.
it wasn't meant to be taken seriously.
it's a joke coin.
this is what happens when you take it too far
this is no joke anymore
to the moon doge 

So basically what your saying is I was rite, pump and dump. It wont even be remembered in 2 months why bother updating the list? They could just put it in the DEAD / DYING section...

Dead coin section might be good as long as it's maintained, what if a coin comes back from the dead? I also feel like if a coin gets put on the dead list it could be enough to cause the price to drop from everyone seeing it there even if it's not quite dead. May not be the best idea after all.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Number6 on December 16, 2013, 05:39:22 PM
Regardless if a new coin is a joke, has a bright future, no future, etc., as long as it exists and has some hash-rate behind it, it should be added to the list. After all the title of the thread is "list of all cryptocoins", not list of some cryptocoins or list of cryptocoins I think should be on here.

Maybe put a new section on the front page for new coins and move them to their respective places after an appropriate amount of time, say 60 days.

As far as dogecoin, it is unique in the fact that it has a tight tie-in with popular culture. The doge meme has existed and was popular before the creation of the coin, thus the coins instant celebrity status. It also explains why anyone who talks about it "writes like a 10-year old", you either get it or don't. I for one think it will have a great future just because of its tie-in. I know many young people who have shied away from the whole "it's too complicated" bit-coin thing, actually take an interest in the doge. People want something that is fun and not so serious.

In any event, I do not think this particular thread has much bearing on whether a coin succeeds or not.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: minero1 on December 16, 2013, 08:19:52 PM
Add me to the list of people petitioning DOGEcoin to be added to the list. wow!  :D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: rikkejohn on December 16, 2013, 10:32:22 PM
Why think doge is a joke? It is far from a joke. There has been a concerted effort to play it up as just a laugh in order to make money.

Fair enough, but that so many people cannot see the cynical mind behind it, the multiple willing shills and naive shills calling for people to have a laugh and buy it, is really staggering.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: gz1derbread on December 17, 2013, 06:25:39 AM

-GLX Galaxycoin- (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=252127.0) Fast NVC clone with constant reward for 8 years.


You can place this one in the Dead/Dying category


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: thisisnotmyltcusername on December 17, 2013, 04:32:22 PM
ok, so, who will make one more cryptoclone and launch the last of the mohicoin ? with a nice tomahawk design it could skyrocket like doge  ;D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Kiki112 on December 17, 2013, 07:58:40 PM
add dogecoin in, it has been mentioned multiple times but no one added it yet  :-\


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: tiger on December 17, 2013, 10:17:35 PM
why Bellscoin is not in the list ? I would put it in the Purgatory.

I don't understand the Dogecoin "success"


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: nesco1805 on December 18, 2013, 12:27:00 AM
What's with fake elitism? Coin made out of meme. So what? I didn't realize coin has to be made out of NOTHING.
Besides why would anyone want to keep the crypto-currency circle tight, instead of spreading the gospel at every opportunity?

Furthermore this list should stick with things like facts and reality and market cap. Instead of being guided with emotions.
Not to mention that it purports to be "List of all cryptocoins"

WOW such unpopular BTC NO MOON COIN!





Title: Add UNO Unobtanium
Post by: FallingKnife on December 18, 2013, 02:09:43 AM
Sha256.   

Thanks.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=313126.240


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: GreenWins on December 18, 2013, 12:53:02 PM
Quark Coin needs to be put on the major list. It's a very promising alt coin and is definitely a major coin in the market right now. Also this list needs to be updated badly.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: N1no on December 18, 2013, 01:08:52 PM
Please add DOGE coin net Hashrate is over 9GH/s

DOGE SUCH GOOD COIN WOW!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: superresistant on December 18, 2013, 03:52:29 PM
Next Coin is not listen.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: tompa555 on December 18, 2013, 06:25:13 PM
What about LottoCoin ?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on December 18, 2013, 07:27:30 PM
Quark Coin needs to be put on the major list. It's a very promising alt coin and is definitely a major coin in the market right now. Also this list needs to be updated badly.

Quarkcoin is a scam and always will be.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: digimag on December 18, 2013, 07:46:09 PM
Please add DOGE coin net Hashrate is over 9GH/s

DOGE SUCH GOOD COIN WOW!
+1


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: GreenWins on December 18, 2013, 10:52:56 PM
Quark Coin needs to be put on the major list. It's a very promising alt coin and is definitely a major coin in the market right now. Also this list needs to be updated badly.

Quarkcoin is a scam and always will be.


Please provide proof and don't spread baseless accusation. Quark coin is not a scam. This list is suppose to be non subjective.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: burnum on December 19, 2013, 02:05:52 AM
                                                        -Bernankoin- USD clone (joke)
If this list includes all coins then even this new coin should be listed https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=375010.0
its not on any exchanges, no premine, printed not mined, has quantitative easement coin distribution. 


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: nesco1805 on December 19, 2013, 02:32:54 AM

No retailer will ever adopt this or many of the other junk coins out there. BTC and LTC are the only ones that have come close to being adopted and even then they are too volatile to really be used long-term.

Dogecoin is a passing fad.


yeah...

now read the fucking title


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Chris001 on December 19, 2013, 04:43:57 AM
DOGECOIN

MUCH IMPORTANT

TO THE MOON!!!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: wwdz99 on December 19, 2013, 07:35:21 AM
hi,you left out Applecoin[APC], :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: sharted on December 19, 2013, 11:11:36 PM
Would there be interest in a shartcoin?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: tompa555 on December 19, 2013, 11:17:30 PM
DOGECOIN

MUCH IMPORTANT

TO THE MOON!!!
i like doge coin. it can bark ;)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: supermine on December 20, 2013, 03:58:01 AM
Where's Doge Coin, the most profitable Coin at the moment. 170x times more profitable than BitCoin. To tha moon!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: shackleford on December 20, 2013, 06:22:21 AM
DOGECOIN

MUCH IMPORTANT

TO THE MOON!!!

I am becoming convinced that all these 14 post Doge retards are some kind of plot to make crypto coins a joke.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: zero9119 on December 20, 2013, 01:52:25 PM
DOGECOIN

MUCH IMPORTANT

TO THE MOON!!!

I am becoming convinced that all these 14 post Doge retards are some kind of plot to make crypto coins a joke.
but it already is a joke
there are more than 50 alts out there
and each week comes a new one out.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: shackleford on December 20, 2013, 06:54:49 PM
DOGECOIN

MUCH IMPORTANT

TO THE MOON!!!

I am becoming convinced that all these 14 post Doge retards are some kind of plot to make crypto coins a joke.
but it already is a joke
there are more than 50 alts out there
and each week comes a new one out.

Crypto includes BTC and I don't consider BTC a joke, nor namecoin (if its purpose is ever used), alts mostly yes... Some interesting stuff and ideas here but mostly just people thinking they can change a few lines of code and be millionaires by pumping "givaways". I never looked at this sub forum much until recently maybe the retarded doge posts are the norm. This sub forum seems like a cesspit.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: stink on December 20, 2013, 10:07:38 PM
OP, Can you update the FLO Florin coin we have made a ton of progress this month:

-The first coin with transaction messages as an extra field in the tx data structure,
-1st coin with 528 charecter limit on message comment,
-no premine,
-Currently in development of colorcoin.org,
-windows/mac wallet.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: zero9119 on December 20, 2013, 11:38:25 PM
DOGECOIN

MUCH IMPORTANT

TO THE MOON!!!

I am becoming convinced that all these 14 post Doge retards are some kind of plot to make crypto coins a joke.
but it already is a joke
there are more than 50 alts out there
and each week comes a new one out.

Crypto includes BTC and I don't consider BTC a joke, nor namecoin (if its purpose is ever used), alts mostly yes... Some interesting stuff and ideas here but mostly just people thinking they can change a few lines of code and be millionaires by pumping "givaways". I never looked at this sub forum much until recently maybe the retarded doge posts are the norm. This sub forum seems like a cesspit.
it's only a 2 week old coin which had more impact than most alts out there.
while using the popularity of a meme, it raised quite a big fanbase in such little time
In my eyes its impressive for a new coin.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: michaelwang32 on December 21, 2013, 05:05:34 AM
add this

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=379471.0


CODE:BBBC


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: N1no on December 21, 2013, 03:39:05 PM
DOGECOIN

MUCH IMPORTANT

TO THE MOON!!!

I am becoming convinced that all these 14 post Doge retards are some kind of plot to make crypto coins a joke.
but it already is a joke
there are more than 50 alts out there
and each week comes a new one out.

Crypto includes BTC and I don't consider BTC a joke, nor namecoin (if its purpose is ever used), alts mostly yes... Some interesting stuff and ideas here but mostly just people thinking they can change a few lines of code and be millionaires by pumping "givaways". I never looked at this sub forum much until recently maybe the retarded doge posts are the norm. This sub forum seems like a cesspit.
it's only a 2 week old coin which had more impact than most alts out there.
while using the popularity of a meme, it raised quite a big fanbase in such little time
In my eyes its impressive for a new coin.

I agree, this coin might attract others into crypto currencies. People who might not have heard about them... Creating a fanbase is more important than innovation at this time. Feathercoin at first was a copy of Litecoin. Feathercoin is creating a fanbase in and around Oxford trying to expand its popularity from there... In a way this might be the same with other alts like Doge


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: digimag on December 21, 2013, 04:42:33 PM
YOU MUST ADD DOGE!!!

MAJOR CRYPTOCURRENCY


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: EmoneyRu on December 21, 2013, 06:43:42 PM
Nxt owns! (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.0)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: system32 on December 21, 2013, 08:50:14 PM
whats the best CPU mining without xpm and quark. Im looking for it but didnt see.



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: murderouskirk on December 21, 2013, 10:03:20 PM
DOGECOIN

MUCH IMPORTANT

TO THE MOON!!!

I am becoming convinced that all these 14 post Doge retards are some kind of plot to make crypto coins a joke.
but it already is a joke
there are more than 50 alts out there
and each week comes a new one out.

Crypto includes BTC and I don't consider BTC a joke, nor namecoin (if its purpose is ever used), alts mostly yes... Some interesting stuff and ideas here but mostly just people thinking they can change a few lines of code and be millionaires by pumping "givaways". I never looked at this sub forum much until recently maybe the retarded doge posts are the norm. This sub forum seems like a cesspit.
it's only a 2 week old coin which had more impact than most alts out there.
while using the popularity of a meme, it raised quite a big fanbase in such little time
In my eyes its impressive for a new coin.

I agree, this coin might attract others into crypto currencies. People who might not have heard about them... Creating a fanbase is more important than innovation at this time. Feathercoin at first was a copy of Litecoin. Feathercoin is creating a fanbase in and around Oxford trying to expand its popularity from there... In a way this might be the same with other alts like Doge

You guys are spot on. While DOGEcoin may or may not be a joke of a coin it's grabbing a ton of attention. I think the best step for the altcoin community would be to just embrace it, and use it as a nice traffic sponge for the sturdier coins.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: dzarmush on December 22, 2013, 03:34:11 AM
I don't get it. Why this topic is pinned to the top? It doesn't make any sense now. Times changed.

Anyway it's just an opinion of one person who is subjective as any other of us.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: customxyz on December 22, 2013, 03:36:08 AM
Thanks for this!!!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: jesusweb on December 22, 2013, 08:51:20 AM
Other coin: Chococoin


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: giszmo on December 22, 2013, 04:52:06 PM
I don't get it. Why this topic is pinned to the top? It doesn't make any sense now. Times changed.

Anyway it's just an opinion of one person who is subjective as any other of us.

As long as he keeps updating the OP in a timely manner with objective criteria on the order, I see it as a great one for a sticky. The OP contains enough info on alternative links to see alternative orderings, so no objections to sticky from my side now.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: murderouskirk on December 22, 2013, 09:33:56 PM
It's unbelievable how many coins are coming out. What's cool is all the competition means new coins have to be exceptionally unique to have any chance. Will be interesting to see which ones take off the most and which one die out.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: porcupine87 on December 23, 2013, 04:46:29 PM
This list is not really up to date. Megacoin, Quark, Worldcoin are in the top ten by market share for weeks. Terracoin is dying and still under established. Quark is not even under candidates  ::)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: jjiimm_64 on December 23, 2013, 05:33:55 PM


is NXT coin a candidate?

too many coins are coming out to keep up.....


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on December 23, 2013, 10:01:49 PM
This list is not really up to date. Megacoin, Quark, Worldcoin are in the top ten by market share for weeks. Terracoin is dying and still under established. Quark is not even under candidates  ::)

That's because Quark is a piece of shit scamcoin with 97% of all coins already mined. the "top ten by market share" doesn't really apply here.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: porcupine87 on December 24, 2013, 12:22:36 AM
This list is not really up to date. Megacoin, Quark, Worldcoin are in the top ten by market share for weeks. Terracoin is dying and still under established. Quark is not even under candidates  ::)

That's because Quark is a piece of shit scamcoin with 97% of all coins already mined. the "top ten by market share" doesn't really apply here.

No it isn't a scamcoin for me and for many people neither. So it does not count, what the market says but some self-appointed judges? Who decides what a scamcoin is? I like Quark. 30sec + CPU mining + different approach for distribution.

60-70% of all Bitcoins can only be minted by professionals (FPGA and ASIC) and the rest by high risk early adopters. With Quark nearly 90% get mined by high risk early adopters. What is more fair? Bitcoin's distribution? Ok, that is your opinion and there are many valid arguments. But please don't see another distribution as scam!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: cycloid on December 24, 2013, 10:35:35 AM
This list is not really up to date. Megacoin, Quark, Worldcoin are in the top ten by market share for weeks. Terracoin is dying and still under established. Quark is not even under candidates  ::)

That's because Quark is a piece of shit scamcoin with 97% of all coins already mined. the "top ten by market share" doesn't really apply here.

No it isn't a scamcoin for me and for many people neither. So it does not count, what the market says but some self-appointed judges? Who decides what a scamcoin is? I like Quark. 30sec + CPU mining + different approach for distribution.

60-70% of all Bitcoins can only be minted by professionals (FPGA and ASIC) and the rest by high risk early adopters. With Quark nearly 90% get mined by high risk early adopters. What is more fair? Bitcoin's distribution? Ok, that is your opinion and there are many valid arguments. But please don't see another distribution as scam!


+1 for quark (holding over a mil qrk here  ;) )


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Piesel on December 24, 2013, 05:21:13 PM
Is there any schedule for upcoming releases?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Garland on December 24, 2013, 08:30:59 PM
I truly appreciate the list but you left out Troptions TRP which was announced in November on this very forum. It has a wallet at http://Troptions.org, an iSpace Troptions SHA256 Mining Pool at http://trp.ispace.co.uk/ and is developing an auction market for actual physical goods and services at http://TroptionTrading.com

Thanks,
Garland


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: hvezdasmrti on December 25, 2013, 06:56:23 PM
Its List of all OLD cryptocoins  >:(


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: stink on December 25, 2013, 08:52:20 PM
Its List of all OLD cryptocoins  >:(

its a list of historic cryptocoins.... age matters...


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: anonarnold1 on December 26, 2013, 02:09:10 AM
Its List of all OLD cryptocoins  >:(

its a list of historic cryptocoins.... age matters...

www.altcoindb.com or www.listofaltcoins.com or www.com-http.us

All have scattered information but are getting update often.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on December 26, 2013, 02:21:17 AM
This list is not really up to date. Megacoin, Quark, Worldcoin are in the top ten by market share for weeks. Terracoin is dying and still under established. Quark is not even under candidates  ::)

That's because Quark is a piece of shit scamcoin with 97% of all coins already mined. the "top ten by market share" doesn't really apply here.

No it isn't a scamcoin for me and for many people neither. So it does not count, what the market says but some self-appointed judges? Who decides what a scamcoin is? I like Quark. 30sec + CPU mining + different approach for distribution.

60-70% of all Bitcoins can only be minted by professionals (FPGA and ASIC) and the rest by high risk early adopters. With Quark nearly 90% get mined by high risk early adopters. What is more fair? Bitcoin's distribution? Ok, that is your opinion and there are many valid arguments. But please don't see another distribution as scam!

possibly the weakest argument i've ever seen.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: SegaBIT on December 26, 2013, 07:43:08 AM
What about new China's HotCoin [HTC] ?
Seems not so difficult as other forks...


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Jollyburner on December 26, 2013, 12:17:20 PM
join the grain train

wooo woooooo

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=361503.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=361503.0)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on December 26, 2013, 06:36:03 PM
Big update done.

1st anniversary edition :D

There is over 35 new coins added, there might be some errors, please check and help to correct them.
Feel to suggest changes in categorisation.

Thanks everyone here for motivation to work.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: stink on December 26, 2013, 07:34:22 PM
Big update done.

1st anniversary edition :D

There is over 35 new coins added, there might be some errors, please check and help to correct them.
Feel to suggest changes in categorisation.

Thanks everyone here for motivation to work.
This List is GREAT Thank you maintaining it!

Florincoin should be reassessed and updated:
-The first coin with transaction messages as an extra field in the tx data structure,
-1st coin with 528 charecter limit on message comment,
-no premine,
-Currently in development of colorcoin.org, (decentralized exchange)
-windows/mac wallet.
-Twitter using the blockchain under development (encrypted soon)http://florinexchange.com/explorer/messages/index.php
-Has a white paper on what all is being developed. ttp://pastebin.com/tyTbniwz


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: stink on December 26, 2013, 07:42:33 PM
Another HUGE coin you missed unitedscryptcoin (Not the USC you have listed)
 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=353688.0
1st scrypt merged mined coin...


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Joe_Bauers on December 26, 2013, 07:49:02 PM
For YACoin, please correct the following.

Yet Another altCoin. NovaCoin fork, with modified scrypt hashing

should be

Your Alternative Currency. NovaCoin fork, with modified scrypt hashing.

or if you have the room.

Your Alternative Currency. Originated Scrypt(N, 1, 1). Also uses SHA-3/Keccak-512 & ChaCha20/8


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on December 26, 2013, 08:13:43 PM
Big update done.

1st anniversary edition :D

There is over 35 new coins added, there might be some errors, please check and help to correct them.
Feel to suggest changes in categorisation.

Thanks everyone here for motivation to work.
This List is GREAT Thank you maintaining it!

Florincoin should be reassessed and updated:
-The first coin with transaction messages as an extra field in the tx data structure,
-1st coin with 528 charecter limit on message comment,
-no premine,
-Currently in development of colorcoin.org, (decentralized exchange)
-windows/mac wallet.
-Twitter using the blockchain under development (encrypted soon)http://florinexchange.com/explorer/messages/index.php
-Has a white paper on what all is being developed. ttp://pastebin.com/tyTbniwz


Added "first" , moved to the top of purgatory. if it actually implements what is in develompent will shurely jump up both on the list and in the market cap.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on December 26, 2013, 08:15:18 PM
For YACoin, please correct the following.

Yet Another altCoin. NovaCoin fork, with modified scrypt hashing

should be

Your Alternative Currency. NovaCoin fork, with modified scrypt hashing.

or if you have the room.

Your Alternative Currency. Originated Scrypt(N, 1, 1). Also uses SHA-3/Keccak-512 & ChaCha20/8

Thanks, but I cant find the name change. 

official launch still says yet another altcoin,
 the unofficial thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206577.0 just uses YAC.

can You provide the source?



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: stink on December 26, 2013, 08:17:25 PM
Big update done.

1st anniversary edition :D

There is over 35 new coins added, there might be some errors, please check and help to correct them.
Feel to suggest changes in categorisation.

Thanks everyone here for motivation to work.
This List is GREAT Thank you maintaining it!

Florincoin should be reassessed and updated:
-The first coin with transaction messages as an extra field in the tx data structure,
-1st coin with 528 charecter limit on message comment,
-no premine,
-Currently in development of colorcoin.org, (decentralized exchange)
-windows/mac wallet.
-Twitter using the blockchain under development (encrypted soon)http://florinexchange.com/explorer/messages/index.php
-Has a white paper on what all is being developed. ttp://pastebin.com/tyTbniwz


Added "first" , moved to the top of purgatory. if it actually implements what is in develompent will shurely jump up both on the list and in the market cap.
Thank you Sir.. we are kind of overlooked on Flo.. but let me get you more proof.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on December 26, 2013, 08:17:53 PM
Another HUGE coin you missed unitedscryptcoin (Not the USC you have listed)
 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=353688.0
1st scrypt merged mined coin...

thanks, added


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Joe_Bauers on December 26, 2013, 08:32:08 PM
For YACoin, please correct the following.

Yet Another altCoin. NovaCoin fork, with modified scrypt hashing

should be

Your Alternative Currency. NovaCoin fork, with modified scrypt hashing.

or if you have the room.

Your Alternative Currency. Originated Scrypt(N, 1, 1). Also uses SHA-3/Keccak-512 & ChaCha20/8

Thanks, but I cant find the name change. 

official launch still says yet another altcoin,
 the unofficial thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=206577.0 just uses YAC.

can You provide the source?



Here it is.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=281595.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: stink on December 26, 2013, 08:35:35 PM
Looks like ezy easycoin is missing


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on December 26, 2013, 08:41:24 PM
.....................
Here it is.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=281595.0

thanks!  changed!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Beave162 on December 26, 2013, 08:47:50 PM
.....................
Here it is.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=281595.0

thanks!  changed!

Thank you very much Joe, xorxor!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: stink on December 26, 2013, 08:50:47 PM
.....................
Here it is.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=281595.0

thanks!  changed!

Also Florin is one of the few coins that has partnered with a LEGIT 501c charitable organization....
http://www.songsoflove.org/florincoins/

"The Songs of Love Foundation is the first national 501(c)(3) charity to accept Florincoin donations."


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: MsCollec on December 27, 2013, 04:11:44 AM
Please add Visacoin to the list.
Thanks ;D
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=384097.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=384097.0)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: DreadKnight on December 27, 2013, 07:03:11 AM
Damn, that's quite an extensive list xD
Was interesting to see that one of those died by 51%


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: 0nlyBTC on December 27, 2013, 08:18:09 AM
Worldcoin (WDC)? ???


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on December 27, 2013, 11:04:42 AM
Please add Visacoin to the list.
Thanks ;D
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=384097.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=384097.0)

added under "not launched yet", correct?
 is it mastercoin clone ?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on December 27, 2013, 11:08:18 AM
Worldcoin (WDC)? ???

Thank you!
It was lost by mistake while moving up the list. corrected.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on December 27, 2013, 12:37:59 PM
Just a clone these nuts nigga, fuck you xorxor

Very constructive and informative criticism.
It is really helpfull when you put so much information to correct, enhance and perfect the list.



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: superresistant on December 27, 2013, 12:56:23 PM
The NXT thread is not up to date.

This one is :
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on December 27, 2013, 01:05:37 PM
The NXT thread is not up to date.

This one is :
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.0

The list is linking original announcement threads, not unofficial information compiling threads.

I know about this one, and I agree this would be better, but there is no such thread for 90% of coins, so I cant change it.

 


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: superresistant on December 27, 2013, 01:08:02 PM
The NXT thread is not up to date.

This one is :
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.0

The list is linking original announcement threads, not unofficial information compiling threads.

I know about this one, and I agree this would be better, but there is no such thread for 90% of coins, so I cant change it.


You could write a little "updated-thread (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.0)" or just "up (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=345619.0)" next to it (unintentional play on word here).


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: BTCat on December 27, 2013, 03:49:25 PM
Complete misjudgement of Gamecoin GME, it should be in major alternatives.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: cgminer-o on December 27, 2013, 07:11:16 PM
Please add Networkcoin NWC

is a Megacoin Clon only 0.2 Reward = 288 Coin per day.

SPECIFICATIONS
Scrypt Algo
30 million total coins
1 minute transaction confirmations
60 second block times
 
https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/1609-networkcoin-nwc-information/
http://i42.tinypic.com/f9kzyc.jpg


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on December 27, 2013, 11:16:45 PM
Just a clone these nuts nigga, fuck you xorxor

Very constructive and informative criticism.
It is really helpfull when you put so much information to correct, enhance and perfect the list.



I disagree with your label of OSC as "just a clone"

it still has less than 2 million coins in circulation, and is built for stability and was launched at difficulty .25, which is more than can be said for most coins. it was also premined. just a clone isn't an appropriate label, and is damaging to the coin. after you updated the list yesterday, the price crashed to 1/10th the value. your list is more powerful than you think. Shake and I put months of effort into OSC. give it a little more than "just a clone", please?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Hippie Tech on December 28, 2013, 01:56:00 AM
Quote
BIG and IMPORTANT CRYPTO'S
(big market and important innovation)

 -PPC PEERCoin- Original Proof Of Stake hybrid coin [innovative, low energy]
 -XNT Nxt- Not a clone, 100% new code, 100% PoS .
 -MSC mastercoin- Adds new functions to Bitcoin, operates on a bitcoin blockchain.
 -NMC Namecoin- Mined While mining BTC, used for alternative p2p domain system

MAJOR ALTERNATIVES
(established, significant market)


 -QRK Quark- Mixed hashing, Mined on CPU's. Extremally instamined.
 -PTS ProtoShares- Mined on CPU's, generates 10% premine on new relases.
 -MEC Megacoin- Well developed clone with good diff algo. 0 starting diff. GPU mined.
 -XPM PrimeCoin- mining PrimeCoin helps looking for prime numbers, instead of wasting energy. CPU-mined.
 -NVC NovaCoin-  scrypt hashing[like LTC], proof of stake [like PPC]
 -WDC Worldcoin- LTC clone. 30s blocks. 0 starting diff.
 -FTC FeatherCoin- LTC clone with 4x more coins. starting diff 0
 -DVC Devcoin- merged mined with BTC, 90% of generation goes to foundation, 10% to miners
 -ZET Zetacoin- BTC clone, ASIC-mined.
 -IFC infinitecoin- LTC clone with huge reward of 524288 and extreme fast reward drop.

The 'deck' is obviously stacked. Or dare I say... conflict of interest ?

Or maybe this is the ponzi / premine 'best of' list... ::)

NXT ? IFC ? QRK ? ZET ? GTFO ! lolz


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: dzarmush on December 28, 2013, 07:09:58 AM
I don't get it. Why this topic is pinned to the top? It doesn't make any sense now. Times changed.

Anyway it's just an opinion of one person who is subjective as any other of us.

As long as he keeps updating the OP in a timely manner with objective criteria on the order, I see it as a great one for a sticky. The OP contains enough info on alternative links to see alternative orderings, so no objections to sticky from my side now.

Now when it's updated I have no objections either.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: dzarmush on December 28, 2013, 07:11:44 AM
Quote
BIG and IMPORTANT CRYPTO'S
(big market and important innovation)

 -PPC PEERCoin- Original Proof Of Stake hybrid coin [innovative, low energy]
 -XNT Nxt- Not a clone, 100% new code, 100% PoS .
 -MSC mastercoin- Adds new functions to Bitcoin, operates on a bitcoin blockchain.
 -NMC Namecoin- Mined While mining BTC, used for alternative p2p domain system

MAJOR ALTERNATIVES
(established, significant market)


 -QRK Quark- Mixed hashing, Mined on CPU's. Extremally instamined.
 -PTS ProtoShares- Mined on CPU's, generates 10% premine on new relases.
 -MEC Megacoin- Well developed clone with good diff algo. 0 starting diff. GPU mined.
 -XPM PrimeCoin- mining PrimeCoin helps looking for prime numbers, instead of wasting energy. CPU-mined.
 -NVC NovaCoin-  scrypt hashing[like LTC], proof of stake [like PPC]
 -WDC Worldcoin- LTC clone. 30s blocks. 0 starting diff.
 -FTC FeatherCoin- LTC clone with 4x more coins. starting diff 0
 -DVC Devcoin- merged mined with BTC, 90% of generation goes to foundation, 10% to miners
 -ZET Zetacoin- BTC clone, ASIC-mined.
 -IFC infinitecoin- LTC clone with huge reward of 524288 and extreme fast reward drop.

The 'deck' is obviously stacked. Or dare I say... conflict of interest ?

Or maybe this is the ponzi / premine 'best of' list... ::)

NXT ? IFC ? QRK ? ZET ? GTFO ! lolz


So you're one of those who missed a moment? Sorry bro, next time you'll be lucky  :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: PiguetWatches on December 28, 2013, 07:38:37 AM
The new list looks much nicer. :D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on December 28, 2013, 09:04:15 AM
Quote
BIG and IMPORTANT CRYPTO'S
(big market and important innovation)

 -PPC PEERCoin- Original Proof Of Stake hybrid coin [innovative, low energy]
 -XNT Nxt- Not a clone, 100% new code, 100% PoS .
 -MSC mastercoin- Adds new functions to Bitcoin, operates on a bitcoin blockchain.
 -NMC Namecoin- Mined While mining BTC, used for alternative p2p domain system

MAJOR ALTERNATIVES
(established, significant market)


 -QRK Quark- Mixed hashing, Mined on CPU's. Extremally instamined.
 -PTS ProtoShares- Mined on CPU's, generates 10% premine on new relases.
 -MEC Megacoin- Well developed clone with good diff algo. 0 starting diff. GPU mined.
 -XPM PrimeCoin- mining PrimeCoin helps looking for prime numbers, instead of wasting energy. CPU-mined.
 -NVC NovaCoin-  scrypt hashing[like LTC], proof of stake [like PPC]
 -WDC Worldcoin- LTC clone. 30s blocks. 0 starting diff.
 -FTC FeatherCoin- LTC clone with 4x more coins. starting diff 0
 -DVC Devcoin- merged mined with BTC, 90% of generation goes to foundation, 10% to miners
 -ZET Zetacoin- BTC clone, ASIC-mined.
 -IFC infinitecoin- LTC clone with huge reward of 524288 and extreme fast reward drop.

The 'deck' is obviously stacked. Or dare I say... conflict of interest ?

Or maybe this is the ponzi / premine 'best of' list... ::)

NXT ? IFC ? QRK ? ZET ? GTFO ! lolz


So you're one of those who missed a moment? Sorry bro, next time you'll be lucky  :)

typical troll response. its obvious that xorxor has become corrupt and can no longer be trusted.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: wwdz99 on December 28, 2013, 10:58:36 AM
it Looks like APC applecoin is missing


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: cgminer-o on December 28, 2013, 01:19:05 PM
Quote
BIG and IMPORTANT CRYPTO'S
(big market and important innovation)

 -PPC PEERCoin- Original Proof Of Stake hybrid coin [innovative, low energy]
 -XNT Nxt- Not a clone, 100% new code, 100% PoS .
 -MSC mastercoin- Adds new functions to Bitcoin, operates on a bitcoin blockchain.
 -NMC Namecoin- Mined While mining BTC, used for alternative p2p domain system

MAJOR ALTERNATIVES
(established, significant market)


 -QRK Quark- Mixed hashing, Mined on CPU's. Extremally instamined.
 -PTS ProtoShares- Mined on CPU's, generates 10% premine on new relases.
 -MEC Megacoin- Well developed clone with good diff algo. 0 starting diff. GPU mined.
 -XPM PrimeCoin- mining PrimeCoin helps looking for prime numbers, instead of wasting energy. CPU-mined.
 -NVC NovaCoin-  scrypt hashing[like LTC], proof of stake [like PPC]
 -WDC Worldcoin- LTC clone. 30s blocks. 0 starting diff.
 -FTC FeatherCoin- LTC clone with 4x more coins. starting diff 0
 -DVC Devcoin- merged mined with BTC, 90% of generation goes to foundation, 10% to miners
 -ZET Zetacoin- BTC clone, ASIC-mined.
 -IFC infinitecoin- LTC clone with huge reward of 524288 and extreme fast reward drop.

The 'deck' is obviously stacked. Or dare I say... conflict of interest ?

Or maybe this is the ponzi / premine 'best of' list... ::)

NXT ? IFC ? QRK ? ZET ? GTFO ! lolz


http://www.cryptmarketcap.com/

only mined coins :-)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on December 28, 2013, 04:24:49 PM
At least put that there is no mining in nxt (100% premine). Also there is no big market for it, it's not even traded at any of the established exchanges.
Do you (xorxor) have any holdings in nxt? Or any of the other currencies? Disclosure would be good.


I had a lot of feathercoin, litecoin, bitbar,chinacoin,novacoin and BBQcoin.

I found that even while I tried to look at them neutrally, it was impossible while holding it. that is why I sold everything [SO UNFORTUNATELY  :'(  :'( ]

I do not have a single altcoin in my possesion, which is a dramatic experience for me as undoubtedly I am a altcoin fan, and altcoins are booming.

as for NXT and mastercoin, those are a very hard things to judge, just like Ripple.   


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: zarx on December 29, 2013, 03:12:18 AM
Some stuff that should be changed, in my opinion:

  • you have to add that NXT was premined. It's noted for pretty much all other premined coins but NXT and that's simply misleading. The fact it's only traded on its own exchange should be noted as well, in my opinion. As far as I know, MasterCoin also never was mined and isn't traded on any exchange besides its own.
  • please remove MasterCoin from being on the same level as NameCoin and PeerCoin. That's just bull. The trade volume is closer to IFC, DOGE, etc. than NameCoin and PeerCoin by a LONG shot and the market cap cannot be compared to either. I'm not too deep into mastercoin, but as far as I'm aware of, there also hasn't been any notable media coverage either to justify it being placed on the same level as PeerCoin and NameCoin. Personally I'd also remove NXT from there for the same reasons, but it's at least somewhat debatable. MasterCoin is not, though, and simply doesn't belong there.
  • StableCoin should definitely not be "Purgatory", with all the innovation and development it received since its revival.
  • Doge should be at least a "Major Alternative", in my opinion (as of now) even on the same level as NameCoin and PeerCoin. The market is huge, despite being a "joke coin". It also received major media coverage in the past weeks.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on December 29, 2013, 06:06:45 AM
Some stuff that should be changed, in my opinion:

  • you have to add that NXT was premined. It's noted for pretty much all other premined coins but NXT and that's simply misleading. The fact it's only traded on its own exchange should be noted as well, in my opinion. As far as I know, MasterCoin also never was mined and isn't traded on any exchange besides its own.
  • please remove MasterCoin from being on the same level as NameCoin and PeerCoin. That's just bull. The trade volume is closer to IFC, DOGE, etc. than NameCoin and PeerCoin by a LONG shot and the market cap cannot be compared to either. I'm not too deep into mastercoin, but as far as I'm aware of, there also hasn't been any notable media coverage either to justify it being placed on the same level as PeerCoin and NameCoin. Personally I'd also remove NXT from there for the same reasons, but it's at least somewhat debatable. MasterCoin is not, though, and simply doesn't belong there.
  • StableCoin should definitely not be "Purgatory", with all the innovation and development it received since its revival.
  • Doge should be at least a "Major Alternative", in my opinion (as of now) even on the same level as NameCoin and PeerCoin. The market is huge, despite being a "joke coin". It also received major media coverage in the past weeks.

two things:
Dogecoin isn't a major alternative. we've already seen a timetravel attack on the coin less than 48 hours ago.
Stablecoin is not innovative by any stretch of the word.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: undeadbitcoiner on December 29, 2013, 06:41:25 AM
Usefull to everyone thanks


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Namachieli on December 29, 2013, 07:31:13 AM
Missing CIN CinnamonCoin from the list.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Hippie Tech on December 29, 2013, 07:50:42 AM
Quote
BIG and IMPORTANT CRYPTO'S
(big market and important innovation)

 -PPC PEERCoin- Original Proof Of Stake hybrid coin [innovative, low energy]
 -XNT Nxt- Not a clone, 100% new code, 100% PoS .
 -MSC mastercoin- Adds new functions to Bitcoin, operates on a bitcoin blockchain.
 -NMC Namecoin- Mined While mining BTC, used for alternative p2p domain system

MAJOR ALTERNATIVES
(established, significant market)


 -QRK Quark- Mixed hashing, Mined on CPU's. Extremally instamined.
 -PTS ProtoShares- Mined on CPU's, generates 10% premine on new relases.
 -MEC Megacoin- Well developed clone with good diff algo. 0 starting diff. GPU mined.
 -XPM PrimeCoin- mining PrimeCoin helps looking for prime numbers, instead of wasting energy. CPU-mined.
 -NVC NovaCoin-  scrypt hashing[like LTC], proof of stake [like PPC]
 -WDC Worldcoin- LTC clone. 30s blocks. 0 starting diff.
 -FTC FeatherCoin- LTC clone with 4x more coins. starting diff 0
 -DVC Devcoin- merged mined with BTC, 90% of generation goes to foundation, 10% to miners
 -ZET Zetacoin- BTC clone, ASIC-mined.
 -IFC infinitecoin- LTC clone with huge reward of 524288 and extreme fast reward drop.

The 'deck' is obviously stacked. Or dare I say... conflict of interest ?

Or maybe this is the ponzi / premine 'best of' list... ::)

NXT ? IFC ? QRK ? ZET ? GTFO ! lolz


http://www.cryptmarketcap.com/

only mined coins :-)

There is more to it than that.

Was it easymined ? (This ones a biggie when dealing with fast halving coins.)

Who is the dev ? (Devs with newb accounts are likely socks.)

What innovation(s) does it provide ?

Is it stable ?

If so, does it have a healthy eco system ?

Thx for the link, btw. :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: cgminer-o on December 29, 2013, 08:39:30 AM
Some stuff that should be changed, in my opinion:

  • you have to add that NXT was premined. It's noted for pretty much all other premined coins but NXT and that's simply misleading. The fact it's only traded on its own exchange should be noted as well, in my opinion. As far as I know, MasterCoin also never was mined and isn't traded on any exchange besides its own.
  • please remove MasterCoin from being on the same level as NameCoin and PeerCoin. That's just bull. The trade volume is closer to IFC, DOGE, etc. than NameCoin and PeerCoin by a LONG shot and the market cap cannot be compared to either. I'm not too deep into mastercoin, but as far as I'm aware of, there also hasn't been any notable media coverage either to justify it being placed on the same level as PeerCoin and NameCoin. Personally I'd also remove NXT from there for the same reasons, but it's at least somewhat debatable. MasterCoin is not, though, and simply doesn't belong there.
  • StableCoin should definitely not be "Purgatory", with all the innovation and development it received since its revival.
  • Doge should be at least a "Major Alternative", in my opinion (as of now) even on the same level as NameCoin and PeerCoin. The market is huge, despite being a "joke coin". It also received major media coverage in the past weeks.

+1

TRUE CRYPTOCURRENCIES
(Widely accepted, huge market cap)
 -BTC Bitcoin- First Succesful Crypto, The absolute number one. | over 50% mined
 -LTC Litecoin-  second only to BTC , fast. Mined on GPU(Scrypt). | over 25% mined

BIG and IMPORTANT CRYPTO'S
(big market and important innovation)

 -PPC PEERCoin- Original Proof Of Stake hybrid coin [innovative, low energy]
 -NMC Namecoin- Mined While mining BTC, used for alternative p2p domain system
 -QRK Quark- Mixed hashing, Mined on CPU's. Extremally instamined. | over 100% mined
 -MEC Megacoin- Well developed clone with good diff algo. 0 starting diff. GPU mined.  | over 50% mined
 -WDC Worldcoin- LTC clone. 30s blocks. 0 starting diff.  | over 10% mined
 -FTC FeatherCoin- LTC clone with 4x more coins. starting diff 0 | over 10% mined


BIG premined COIN CRYPTO'S
 -XNT Nxt- Not a clone, 100% new code, 100% PoS .
 -MSC mastercoin- Adds new functions to Bitcoin, operates on a bitcoin blockchain.

MAJOR ALTERNATIVES
(established, significant market)

 -NVC NovaCoin-  scrypt hashing[like LTC], proof of stake [like PPC]
 -XPM PrimeCoin- mining PrimeCoin helps looking for prime numbers, instead of wasting energy. CPU-mined.
 -PTS ProtoShares- Mined on CPU's, generates 10% premine on new relases.
 -DVC Devcoin- merged mined with BTC, 90% of generation goes to foundation, 10% to miners
 -ZET Zetacoin- BTC clone, ASIC-mined.
 -IFC infinitecoin- LTC clone with huge reward of 524288 and extreme fast reward drop.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: zarx on December 29, 2013, 12:48:39 PM
Dogecoin isn't a major alternative. we've already seen a timetravel attack on the coin less than 48 hours ago.

Doge definitely has more than "some support by community" right now. It might (and most likely will) turn out to be useless financially in the long-run though, so I agree it's at least debatable.

I actually wasn't aware of an attack just 48 hours ago, could you provide a source?

Stablecoin is not innovative by any stretch of the word.

Since it's revival, there's a mixing service under development (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=353971). That's definitely more than most clones have, which should be at the very least mentioned.

---

Also, the list is lacking FedoraCoin (DogeCoin clone):

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=380466.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=380466.0)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Uniqueorn on December 29, 2013, 02:36:02 PM
It is plain dumb and misleading to call NXT "premined".
The "premining" of NXT is a deliberate design feature of the currency, there was really never any mining and never will be, that's the point.
EVERYONE was allowed to buy in, some did, a lot did not and now regret their decision not to invest in NXT from go.


Please stop spreading idiotic shit


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: cryptobanks on December 29, 2013, 02:58:17 PM
It is plain dumb and misleading to call NXT "premined".
The "premining" of NXT is a deliberate design feature of the currency, there was really never any mining and never will be, that's the point.
EVERYONE was allowed to buy in, some did, a lot did not and now regret their decision not to invest in NXT from go.


Please stop spreading idiotic shit

+1


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: pinarello on December 29, 2013, 03:27:45 PM
Just a clone these nuts nigga, fuck you xorxor

Is this bitcointalk?

says a lot of you as person your on ingnore with me pall


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: pinarello on December 29, 2013, 03:35:46 PM
NXT is NOT premined. You trolls should study again.


Pin


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: swansong on December 29, 2013, 03:57:31 PM
People who say NXT is premine can't even read! Define mining?! There's no mining in NXT but forging.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Mistafreeze on December 29, 2013, 04:07:23 PM
It is plain dumb and misleading to call NXT "premined".
The "premining" of NXT is a deliberate design feature of the currency, there was really never any mining and never will be, that's the point.
EVERYONE was allowed to buy in, some did, a lot did not and now regret their decision not to invest in NXT from go.


Please stop spreading idiotic shit

+2


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on December 29, 2013, 04:10:05 PM
Just a clone these nuts nigga, fuck you xorxor

Is this bitcointalk?

says a lot of you as person your on ingnore with me pall

you'll be sorely missed


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: MsCollec on December 29, 2013, 07:38:23 PM
NXT is NOT premined. You trolls should study again.


Pin

Hey Pinarello:
Which coin is better eMu or Nxt?  ;D


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: LitecoinRates on December 29, 2013, 08:00:55 PM
How do we stop a new coin every day? This will kill the whole idea eventually as it cannot be sustainable to have hundreds of virtual currencies?

I thought 30 was enough but now I don't even know what to buy/mine anymore.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: killerbread on December 29, 2013, 08:37:51 PM
How do we stop a new coin every day? This will kill the whole idea eventually as it cannot be sustainable to have hundreds of virtual currencies?

I thought 30 was enough but now I don't even know what to buy/mine anymore.

The free market will fix it!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: zarx on December 29, 2013, 10:06:12 PM
NXT is NOT premined. You trolls should study again.


Pin

After your post, I took my time to look more properly into the way NXT generates coins, especially what "forging" is supposed to be.

Interestingly enough, the current NXT thread uses the term "mining" several times (though stuff like their FAQ on the wiki makes it clear that "premined" is indeed not fitting). Instead of calling people who, thus, misunderstand the way NXT were available from the start "trolls", you should probably call out to whoever is maintaining the NXT thread.

Next, I'd like to inform you about the official NXT wiki (http://www.thenxtwiki.org/wiki/FAQ) linked in the thread, which contains the following statement regarding "premining":

Quote
The only way to implement this form of currency is to issue all available coins in the genesis block.

I'm not too deep into the technical aspects of cryptocurrencies yet, but isn't that, on a technological level, the same as an instamined coin? Where's the technological difference to that? If it's the same, then why make a difference in regards to terminology to the other coins in the opening post, which are described using that term? And before you tell me "because NXT is not mined": couldn't I simply create a new crypto, make it 100% premined (thus making classical mining obsolete) and say it's not mined? How would that differ?

Last, forging does not generate new coins, but recycles those already available. You are free to watch their information video on how NXT is "mined" for that.

tl;dr: the way coins from NXT are available right from the start does not differ from the way any instamined coin is available right from the start, as far as I understand it. Thus, the coin should be described with the same term describing other coins which have some coins instamined. You guys are free to correct me on this issue. Still, even if I am wrong, there has to be a clear statement which tells someone looking at this list that NXT was at one billion coins right from the start, especially to clear up possible confusion and misunderstandings about its current, potentially misleading market capitalization.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: jimhsu on December 29, 2013, 10:30:29 PM
Sorting coinmarketcap.com by volume (descending) gives a far better picture of just how "important" each coin is. Even more so if coinmarketcap can implement 90-day average volume. (for new coins, this would be zero for how ever many days before launch).

(Note for example where ripple is on market cap, vs. where it is on a volume basis).


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: stink on December 29, 2013, 11:17:39 PM
NXT is NOT premined. You trolls should study again.


Pin

Hey Pinarello:
Which coin is better eMu or Nxt?  ;D

Is emu still around?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: MsCollec on December 29, 2013, 11:46:42 PM
NXT is NOT premined. You trolls should study again.


Pin

Hey Pinarello:
Which coin is better eMu or Nxt?  ;D

Is emu still around?

in Beta.
Pin used eMu Avatar and wrote Nxt is the future, so i'm kinda confuse which side he's on.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: cinnamon_carter on December 30, 2013, 02:11:00 AM
Well at least your coin got listed

My coin was ignored / not just here on this list by many people I contacted.

This is a mans club , no women welcome

Fuck you all

Just a clone these nuts nigga, fuck you xorxor

Is this bitcointalk?

says a lot of you as person your on ingnore with me pall

you'll be sorely missed


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: cAllisTo on December 30, 2013, 02:19:56 AM
NXT is NOT premined. You trolls should study again.


Pin

After your post, I took my time to look more properly into the way NXT generates coins, especially what "forging" is supposed to be.

Interestingly enough, the current NXT thread uses the term "mining" several times (though stuff like their FAQ on the wiki makes it clear that "premined" is indeed not fitting). Instead of calling people who, thus, misunderstand the way NXT were available from the start "trolls", you should probably call out to whoever is maintaining the NXT thread.

Next, I'd like to inform you about the official NXT wiki (http://www.thenxtwiki.org/wiki/FAQ) linked in the thread, which contains the following statement regarding "premining":

Quote
The only way to implement this form of currency is to issue all available coins in the genesis block.

I'm not too deep into the technical aspects of cryptocurrencies yet, but isn't that, on a technological level, the same as an instamined coin? Where's the technological difference to that? If it's the same, then why make a difference in regards to terminology to the other coins in the opening post, which are described using that term? And before you tell me "because NXT is not mined": couldn't I simply create a new crypto, make it 100% premined (thus making classical mining obsolete) and say it's not mined? How would that differ?

Last, forging does not generate new coins, but recycles those already available. You are free to watch their information video on how NXT is "mined" for that.

tl;dr: the way coins from NXT are available right from the start does not differ from the way any instamined coin is available right from the start, as far as I understand it. Thus, the coin should be described with the same term describing other coins which have some coins instamined. You guys are free to correct me on this issue. Still, even if I am wrong, there has to be a clear statement which tells someone looking at this list that NXT was at one billion coins right from the start, especially to clear up possible confusion and misunderstandings about its current, potentially misleading market capitalization.
+1 on this . its realy clear that its premined but anyway i think it will go up and up and make its developers too reach .


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: r3wt on December 30, 2013, 02:47:40 AM
Well at least your coin got listed

My coin was ignored / not just here on this list by many people I contacted.

This is a mans club , no women welcome

Fuck you all

Just a clone these nuts nigga, fuck you xorxor

Is this bitcointalk?

says a lot of you as person your on ingnore with me pall

you'll be sorely missed

you really gotta bug the crap out of xorxor if you want him to add your coin to this list. i wouldn't pay it much mind. OSC is ignored largely and is doing just fine. a coin can survive without these pumper biased fools if its worthy. I'm sure cinnamon coin will do fine.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: ndndr on December 30, 2013, 07:01:39 AM
When is the Illuminati coin and NWO(new world order coin ) getting released ?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Altoidnerd on December 30, 2013, 02:26:54 PM
XPM has an incredible innovation, in that it performs scientific computing as a consequence.  Should be bumped.

This whole post is so...twitter.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Reece523 on December 30, 2013, 07:27:31 PM
Catcoin (CAT) will be at Difficulty 256 by the end of today. The future looks very promising for this 9 day old Scrypt coin. Just thought I'd post this so Catcoin could be added to the list of all cryptocoins :)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: pinarello on December 30, 2013, 09:10:05 PM


Learn what PoS is before commenting that something is 'pre-mined".


Pin


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Maverick69 on December 30, 2013, 10:27:35 PM
Please add Catcoin!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: werneo on December 30, 2013, 11:01:12 PM
I question the rationale for relegating Tagcoin to "Purgatory" because it's "just a clone."

I have researched Tagcoin, and it seems to be backed up by an actual company with an actual development team and business model:

http://tagcoin.org/

http://tagbond.com/

http://tagbond.com/site/tagverts

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=317408.0

http://coinmarketcap.com/

Please move Tagcoin to the land of the living where it deserves to be!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: wwdz99 on December 31, 2013, 02:49:48 AM
Big update done.

1st anniversary edition :D

There is over 35 new coins added, there might be some errors, please check and help to correct them.
Feel to suggest changes in categorisation.

Thanks everyone here for motivation to work.

it Looks like APC applecoin is missing


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: PolkRB on December 31, 2013, 08:21:35 AM
It's becoming like Linux distros. New coin every day, but as someone said above the free market will fix it. Open source is a genius idea and everything will stabilize eventually. And just like with linux, there will be Bitcoin and Litecoin and everyone else will still exist but will not be used much.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: norti on December 31, 2013, 09:24:23 AM
I think the current state of affairs regarding alt coins is very daunting for newcomers and will hurt the crypto market in the long run.

This forum resembles everything which is wrong with crypto currency at the moment. It is full of greedy people just trying to make the quick buck, manipulating others, spreading lies, trying to make their own coins benefit at the cost of the truth, at the cost of others, at the cost of crypto currency in general.

Also look at how many copy clone coins are being spammed here every day. There is not even a critical judgement of these new coins anymore. Every new coin is labeled as the next big thing and to da moon.. just because everybody wants to make the quick bug and because people have their mining setup in place and need to throw it at something new and hope to make up for the costs.

If you take an outside perspective on all of this it is quite laughable actually.. the community destroys itself instead of taking the incredible head start advantage everyone on here still has out of pure greed.

I don't believe the market is mature enough to handle this.. my assumption is that we are building up a bubble which will pop rather sooner than later due to all the pumping. Maybe when everything is shattered, the second run for the alt coin community will go down better..


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Rannasha on December 31, 2013, 10:20:22 AM


Learn what PoS is before commenting that something is 'pre-mined".


Pin

PoS and pre-mined are unrelated concepts. A PoS-coin can be used to generate new coins (PeerCoin) or just recycle existing coins (NXT).


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Sanglotslongs on December 31, 2013, 11:31:31 AM
Add QQcoin ! A good coin, good lauching, pool, easy to mine...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=389238.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Pajkho on December 31, 2013, 11:46:56 AM
Add QQcoin ! A good coin, good lauching, pool, easy to mine...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=389238.0

Yes, please add it!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: suchnoob on December 31, 2013, 12:33:42 PM
Add QQcoin ! A good coin, good lauching, pool, easy to mine...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=389238.0

Yes please!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: lmue on December 31, 2013, 01:35:04 PM
please add Gridcoin, the first coin utilizing BOINC contributing to real science.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Del137 on December 31, 2013, 03:34:43 PM
Add QQcoin ! A good coin, good lauching, pool, easy to mine...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=389238.0

Yes please!

+1 Plz add it, very nice and promising.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: utens on December 31, 2013, 05:08:22 PM
I don't see memory coin 2.0   ,  cpu mining  seems ok , check it!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: galbros on December 31, 2013, 08:37:16 PM
This is a really great list, thank you for keeping it up to date.  Your comments and classifications are really helpful and I hope you'll continue to revise or expand them as the huge number of altcoins continues to grow.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: rikkejohn on December 31, 2013, 11:55:46 PM
I think you have 99% of these, but maybe a couple are not on the list.

ADT - AndroidsTokens
ALF - Alphacoin
AMC - Americancoin
ANC - Anoncoin
ARG - Argentum
ASC - AsicCoin
BEC - BeaoCoin
BIL - Billioncoin
BET - Betacoin
BLC - Blakecoin
BOC . BountyCoin
BQC - BBQCoin
BTB - BitBar
BTC - Bitcoin
BTE - Bytecoin
BUK - CryptoBuk
BTG - Bitgem
CAT - Catcoin
CAP - Bottlecaps
CDC - Cloudcoin
CENT - Pennies
CGB - CryptogenicBullion
CL - Copperlark
CIN- Cinnamoncoin
CMC - CosmosCoin
COL - Colossuscoin
CP2 - CPU2coin
CPR - CopperBars
CRC - Craftcoin
CRM - Crimecoin
CSC - CasinoCoin
DGC - DigitalCoin
DEM - Emark
DIM  -  Dimecoin
DMD - Diamond
DNC - Dragoncoin
DOGE - Dogecoin
DOU - Doubloons
DPS - DollarPounds
DVC - Devcoin
EAC - Earthcoin
EGC - EagleCoin
ELA  -  Elacoin
ELP - ElephantCoin
EMD - Emerald
EXC - Extremecoin
EZC - EzCoin
FEC - FerretCoin
FEC - FreeCoin
FLO - Florincoin
FRC - Freicoin
FRK - Franko
FST - Fastcoin
FTC - FeatherCoin
FZ - Frozen
GDC - Grandcoin
GIL
GLC - GlobalCoin
GLD - Goldcoin
GLX - Galaxycoin
GME - Gamecoin
GRA - Grain
GRW - Growthcoin
HYP - Hypercoin
HBN - HoboNickels
I0C - I0coin
IFC - infinitecoin
ITC - ItalyCoin
IXC - IxCoin
JPC - Jupitercoin
JKC - Junkcoin
KGC - krugercoin
KING - KingCoin
LBW - Lebowskis
LK7 - Lucky7Coin
LKY - LuckyCoin
LOT - Lottocoin
LTC - Litecoin
MAP - Maples
MEC - Megacoin
MEM - MEMEcoin
MNC - Mincoin
MSC - MasonCoin
MST - MasterCoin
NAN - NanoTokens
NBCOIN
NBL - Nibble
NEC - Neocoin
NET - NetCoin
NMC - Namecoin
NRB - Noirbits
NUG - Nuggets
NVC - NovaCoin
ONC - Onecoin
OnelastCoin
ORB - Orbitcoin
OSC - OpenSourcecoin
PHS - Philosopherstone
PLT - PlayToken
PPC - PEERCoin
PPL - PeopleCoin
PTS - ProtoShares
PXC - PhenixCoin
PYC - Paycoin
QRK - Quark
Quantumcoin
QQ - QQcoin
RCH - RichCoin
REC - RealCoin
RED - Redcoin
RYC - RoyalCoin
SAU - SauronRings
SAV - SavingCoin
SECSecondscoin
SHT - SHITcoin
SIC - Sifcoin
SPC - Supercoin
SPT - Spots
SRC - SecureCoin
STR - Starcoin
STB - StableCoin
SXC - Sexcoin
SYC - Skycoin
TAG - TagCoin
TEK - TEKcoin
TGR - Tigercoin
TIX - Tickets
TRC - Terracoin
Uno - Unobtanium
USC - UnitedScryptCoin
USC - UScoin
VLC - ValueCoin
WDC - Worldcoin
XJO - Joulecoin
XNC - XenCoin
XNT - Nxt
XPM - PrimeCoin
YAC - YACoin
YBC - Ybcoin
ZCC - ZcCoin
ZET - Zetacoin
ZTC - ZenithCoin


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Chococoin on January 01, 2014, 11:50:44 AM
Please don't forget the most delicious crypto-currency in the world: Chococoin (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=353864.0)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: johan11 on January 01, 2014, 11:53:02 AM
RKC Reikicoin is not in list


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: nov on January 01, 2014, 12:22:45 PM
Would you be interested in MultiCoin - multiple coins light way wallet?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=394311.0


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: freedomno1 on January 01, 2014, 12:32:16 PM
Big update done.

1st anniversary edition :D

There is over 35 new coins added, there might be some errors, please check and help to correct them.
Feel to suggest changes in categorisation.

Thanks everyone here for motivation to work.

Came back saw the update and was like good now to keep observing ^_^
Anyways a factor in the listing is market cap so its nice to have a lot of eyes watching the Alt coin market
Thanks for this i'm sure others will point out when the list needs updating as well :P



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: rikkejohn on January 01, 2014, 02:41:23 PM
Another sexist / Missing Cinnamon Coin




On now - I'm a forgetful feminist


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: lmue on January 01, 2014, 02:59:31 PM
I see Gridcoin has a true innovation if you have a deep look at the efforts that the dev. team has made. Please really consider this coin which benefits the real science.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: rikkejohn on January 01, 2014, 03:12:44 PM
LOT - Lottocoin
BFC - Butterflycoin
CIN - Cinnamoncoin
GRD - Gridcoin
DAT - Datacoin
LOVE - Lovecoin
MOON- Mooncoin
STR - Starcoin
CAT - Catcoin
DIME - Dimecoin
UFC - FederationCredits


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Gridcoin on January 01, 2014, 03:17:45 PM
Please add Gridcoin to the list.
www.gridcoin.us
 (http://www.gridcoin.us)



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: aigeezer on January 01, 2014, 03:24:46 PM
I see Gridcoin has a true innovation if you have a deep look at the efforts that the dev. team has made. Please really consider this coin which benefits the real science.

Agreed. There used to be new threads here frequently from people objecting to the "wasted electricity" from most mining. Such threads often advocated using BOINC in some way. Now this is possible in the form of Gridcoin, and it looks like a serious effort to me. As a long-time BOINC user, I also mine and endorse Gridcoin now. Since it's a scrypt-based altcoin, you do not have to compromise your ASIC-based BTC mining to use it.

If you know of BOINC only as SETI, please be aware that it now includes many project alternatives, including those from the IBM-sponsored World Community Grid ("Gridcoin", get it?) - research projects seeking cures for cancer, malaria and HIV/AIDS, for example. This is serious stuff. Please check for yourself.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Balthazar on January 01, 2014, 03:36:22 PM
the IBM-sponsored World Community Grid ("Gridcoin", get it?) - research projects seeking cures for cancer, malaria and HIV/AIDS, for example. This is serious stuff. Please check for yourself.
There are enough HIV/AIDS related projects already, some of them are truly innovative and successful.

Just one example:

VDA concept intro: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3FPuIMycqv4
Official site http://www.koronispharma.com/index.html

But the modern HAART's lobby isn't interested in the KP-1461 development. Because they don't need a cure, they need a medicine to sell.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: COINPRADER on January 01, 2014, 06:14:13 PM
I see Gridcoin has a true innovation if you have a deep look at the efforts that the dev. team has made. Please really consider this coin which benefits the real science.

Please add this coin.  As a very longtime BOINC user - I love the coin plus research concept.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: COINPRADER on January 01, 2014, 06:21:08 PM
the IBM-sponsored World Community Grid ("Gridcoin", get it?) - research projects seeking cures for cancer, malaria and HIV/AIDS, for example. This is serious stuff. Please check for yourself.
There are enough HIV/AIDS related projects already, some of them are truly innovative and successful.

Just one example:

VDA concept intro: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3FPuIMycqv4
Official site http://www.koronispharma.com/index.html

But the modern HAART's lobby isn't interested in the KP-1461 development. Because they don't need a cure, they need a medicine to sell.

Then don't use BOINC for HIV/AIDS research.  I have looked for SETI, monitored earthquakes, modeled climate change, and helped cancer research.  For a list of additional possible uses for extra CPU cycles try looking at http://boinc.berkeley.edu/wiki/Project_list


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: cinnamon_carter on January 01, 2014, 06:46:32 PM
Thank you very much for adding Cinnamon Coin to this addendum.

 ;D

Bitcoin Forum Orig Ann Thread
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=299221.0

7 Active Pools

Traded at Coins-E

Listed on CoinWarz

Support & Development ongoing at cryptocoin talk forum

https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/1220-cinnamoncoin-cin-information/

Website (no frills for now coin just over 3 months old)

www.cinnamoncoin.org

Faucet. http://www.freefaucet.co.uk/

Source Github

https://github.com/cinnamoncoin/cinnamoncoin


I think you have 99% of these, but maybe a couple are not on the list.

ADT - AndroidsTokens
ALF - Alphacoin
AMC - Americancoin
ANC - Anoncoin
ARG - Argentum
ASC - AsicCoin
BEC - BeaoCoin
BIL - Billioncoin
BET - Betacoin
BLC - Blakecoin
BOC . BountyCoin
BQC - BBQCoin
BTB - BitBar
BTC - Bitcoin
BTE - Bytecoin
BUK - CryptoBuk
BTG - Bitgem
CAT - Catcoin
CAP - Bottlecaps
CDC - Cloudcoin
CENT - Pennies
CGB - CryptogenicBullion
CL - Copperlark
CIN- Cinnamoncoin
CMC - CosmosCoin
COL - Colossuscoin
CP2 - CPU2coin
CPR - CopperBars
CRC - Craftcoin
CRM - Crimecoin
CSC - CasinoCoin
DGC - DigitalCoin
DEM - Emark
DIM  -  Dimecoin
DMD - Diamond
DNC - Dragoncoin
DOGE - Dogecoin
DOU - Doubloons
DPS - DollarPounds
DVC - Devcoin
EAC - Earthcoin
EGC - EagleCoin
ELA  -  Elacoin
ELP - ElephantCoin
EMD - Emerald
EXC - Extremecoin
EZC - EzCoin
FEC - FerretCoin
FEC - FreeCoin
FLO - Florincoin
FRC - Freicoin
FRK - Franko
FST - Fastcoin
FTC - FeatherCoin
FZ - Frozen
GDC - Grandcoin
GIL
GLC - GlobalCoin
GLD - Goldcoin
GLX - Galaxycoin
GME - Gamecoin
GRA - Grain
GRW - Growthcoin
HYP - Hypercoin
HBN - HoboNickels
I0C - I0coin
IFC - infinitecoin
ITC - ItalyCoin
IXC - IxCoin
JPC - Jupitercoin
JKC - Junkcoin
KGC - krugercoin
KING - KingCoin
LBW - Lebowskis
LK7 - Lucky7Coin
LKY - LuckyCoin
LOT - Lottocoin
LTC - Litecoin
MAP - Maples
MEC - Megacoin
MEM - MEMEcoin
MNC - Mincoin
MSC - MasonCoin
MST - MasterCoin
NAN - NanoTokens
NBCOIN
NBL - Nibble
NEC - Neocoin
NET - NetCoin
NMC - Namecoin
NRB - Noirbits
NUG - Nuggets
NVC - NovaCoin
ONC - Onecoin
OnelastCoin
ORB - Orbitcoin
OSC - OpenSourcecoin
PHS - Philosopherstone
PLT - PlayToken
PPC - PEERCoin
PPL - PeopleCoin
PTS - ProtoShares
PXC - PhenixCoin
PYC - Paycoin
QRK - Quark
Quantumcoin
QQ - QQcoin
RCH - RichCoin
REC - RealCoin
RED - Redcoin
RYC - RoyalCoin
SAU - SauronRings
SAV - SavingCoin
SECSecondscoin
SHT - SHITcoin
SIC - Sifcoin
SPC - Supercoin
SPT - Spots
SRC - SecureCoin
STR - Starcoin
STB - StableCoin
SXC - Sexcoin
SYC - Skycoin
TAG - TagCoin
TEK - TEKcoin
TGR - Tigercoin
TIX - Tickets
TRC - Terracoin
Uno - Unobtanium
USC - UnitedScryptCoin
USC - UScoin
VLC - ValueCoin
WDC - Worldcoin
XJO - Joulecoin
XNC - XenCoin
XNT - Nxt
XPM - PrimeCoin
YAC - YACoin
YBC - Ybcoin
ZCC - ZcCoin
ZET - Zetacoin
ZTC - ZenithCoin



Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: farl4web on January 01, 2014, 07:03:56 PM
I am missing Fedora Coin in the list (TIPS).

http://fedoraco.in


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xorxor on January 02, 2014, 12:05:45 AM
LOT - Lottocoin
BFC - Butterflycoin
CIN - Cinnamoncoin
GRD - Gridcoin
DAT - Datacoin
LOVE - Lovecoin
MOON- Mooncoin
STR - Starcoin
CAT - Catcoin
DIME - Dimecoin
UFC - FederationCredits


UFC is on the list - under startrek inspired cons, they have a single announcement thread. I will update it and add the "UFC" for easier search.

All others are comming in the next update.

Thank you all for help and support!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: aigeezer on January 02, 2014, 12:52:52 AM

Thank you all for help and support!

Thank you - that's a tough list to maintain.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: krak3n on January 02, 2014, 12:55:41 AM
THere's also potatocoin, monacoin, cagecoin.... so many.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: hotsurfing on January 02, 2014, 06:52:20 AM
Please add Stable and sexcoin to dead/dying. As a matter of fact, add 99% of them to dying because when these NXT clones come out these 'shitcoins' will be canned


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: pmconrad on January 02, 2014, 02:05:00 PM
Please add Stable and sexcoin to dead/dying.
Very funny. SXC is far from dying.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: lenovothinkpad on January 02, 2014, 02:17:08 PM
hello 
please add the QuickQuickCoin
it is a very interesting Coin ;)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: zulzedd on January 02, 2014, 07:21:41 PM
LOT - Lottocoin
BFC - Butterflycoin
CIN - Cinnamoncoin
GRD - Gridcoin
DAT - Datacoin
LOVE - Lovecoin
MOON- Mooncoin
STR - Starcoin
CAT - Catcoin
DIME - Dimecoin
UFC - FederationCredits
Little correction - GRC, not GRD https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=324118.0;topicseen


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: StewartJ on January 03, 2014, 02:10:04 PM
Kudos to your new categorization labels.

Think it sets the proper tone for the lay of the land in the alt coin world.

Keep up the good work!!!


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: mscore on January 03, 2014, 11:44:14 PM
I think xorxor is going to drown.  The amount of coins coming out now is insane.  Even if someone does come up with something innovative now, it'll just get lost in the sea of crap.

Excellent work though xorxor. 


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: utf_tg on January 04, 2014, 01:32:19 AM
The copperlark link on the first post list is pointing to inifinite coin.
Furthermore a 2% premine is not 'massively premined' anymore if I look at all the other contenders..


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Msile on January 04, 2014, 03:04:42 PM
How many Altcoins in total do exist?

Any estimates? I guess some like 500-1000 now, probably more.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: giszmo on January 04, 2014, 07:32:41 PM
xorxor can you please update your info in a more objective/technical language?

Quote
-IFC infinitecoin- LTC clone with huge reward of 524288 and extreme fast reward drop.
This for example doesn't mean anything to me. 524288 is not a huge reward if there is 524288524288524288 units in total. Neither is "extreme fast reward drop" very informative. Maybe better formalize it by providing milestones of 1%/10%/50%/90% in existance. For Bitcoin that would be something like 1 month / 10 month / 4 years / 13 years.

If you want to normalize it for coins that have infinite inflation, take a 20 years perspective meaning you take the money supply from 20 years after staring the chain.

The reason I ask for this is that I believe that it doesn't matter if some coin is instamined like some PoS coins, quick mined like IFC or premined by just not announcing it for the first x% and people might have different preferences at what time what %% might be acceptable.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: MyLuckyMichelle on January 04, 2014, 07:46:19 PM
Which altcoins (except bitcoin) are actually accepted in a few shops at least?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: ucerpucerp on January 04, 2014, 11:44:03 PM
Which altcoins (except bitcoin) are actually accepted in a few shops at least?
Litecoins in some very few shops


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Tsunamirain on January 05, 2014, 01:04:16 PM
NKA is not on?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: simbo on January 05, 2014, 03:14:35 PM
Please add Siriuscoin (SSC).

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=394146.0

Thanks.


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: alicea on January 05, 2014, 04:35:03 PM
Hello
is there somewhere online a complete list of ALL cryptocoins, something like coinwarz or coinchoose, but having the actual and on-time difficulties and listing all existing coins?


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: Herp on January 05, 2014, 04:50:23 PM
Feel free to add this thread to the Mastercoin section in OP: Mastercoin Videos (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=399988.0=f-udT6NVl1E)


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: xchrix on January 05, 2014, 07:19:01 PM
Hello
is there somewhere online a complete list of ALL cryptocoins, something like coinwarz or coinchoose, but having the actual and on-time difficulties and listing all existing coins?

i think i list all altcoins which are actively traded on exchanges
http://www.cryptocoincharts.info/v2/coins/info

this is alos a very good list
http://com-http.us/


Title: Re: List of all cryptocoins
Post by: lmue on January 05, 2014, 09:21:19 PM
LOT - Lottocoin
BFC - Butterflycoin
CIN - Cinnamoncoin
GRC - Gridcoin
DAT - Datacoin
LOVE - Lovecoin
MOON- Mooncoin
STR - Starcoin
CAT - Catcoin
DIME - Dimecoin
UFC - FederationCredits


UFC is on the list - under startrek inspired cons, they have a single announcement thread. I will up