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Title: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: italianMiner72 on March 23, 2017, 04:16:00 PM
there are a lot of new ICO in the altCoin world..
But who will be the real next "BIG THING" in the future round the corner??
Who, will be capable to introduce new real and useful features???

let's talk about!


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: The Crypto Baron on March 23, 2017, 04:36:47 PM
I'm very bullish on PIVX, Ethereum, and NEM, and I think ZCash will develop well too.

As far as obscure ICOs go, Ethereum has a decentralized casino launching next week (March 31) called Etheroll (DICE token) that I think will do very well and simultaneously contribute to ETH scaling further.

There's a few more I have my eye on now, but haven't dug deep enough to feel I've done my due diligence to pursue or discuss.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: zeze18 on March 23, 2017, 05:11:33 PM
there are a lot of new ICO in the altCoin world..
But who will be the real next "BIG THING" in the future round the corner??
Who, will be capable to introduce new real and useful features???

let's talk about!


if we look Prospec as well as rapid development in altcoin may Ethereum will be a "BIG THING" in the altcoin world, let alone the end of this month will be launched casino using Ethereum coin of course it will have a positive impact for users coin Ethereum


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Ayers on March 23, 2017, 05:18:17 PM
Helium for me is the next big thing it's based on dash, with masternodes and anonymity and decentralized exchange which dash lack, ico will never be the next big thing without a pow phase, in fact ethereum withotu pow would have been a shit coin that none would take in consideration, btw Helium is the old spreadcoin after the swap will take effect in case you don't know


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: maku on March 23, 2017, 05:24:39 PM
there are a lot of new ICO in the altCoin world..
But who will be the real next "BIG THING" in the future round the corner??
Who, will be capable to introduce new real and useful features???

let's talk about!
Are altcoin community really care about new and useful features? It sure is unexpected.
Because from what I see, so far it is more like crowd is always picking coins which promise the highest ROI.
Nothing else matters.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: The Crypto Baron on March 23, 2017, 05:29:14 PM
there are a lot of new ICO in the altCoin world..
But who will be the real next "BIG THING" in the future round the corner??
Who, will be capable to introduce new real and useful features???

let's talk about!
Are altcoin community really care about new and useful features? It sure is unexpected.
Because from what I see, so far it is more like crowd is always picking coins which promise the highest ROI.
Nothing else matters.

IMO there's no room for real ROI withOUT new and useful features.  Find the ones with new and useful features and big ROI follows.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Marsipos on March 23, 2017, 05:32:28 PM
In the list you have proposed, I see none to become the true next big thing. Big things like Ethereum, The DAO or Waves.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: tiggytomb on March 23, 2017, 05:38:10 PM
Not going to choose anything on the list as there are others I am interested in, WBB is a long time coming and soon it will release it's new ANN, Bitbay is a possibility although not totally sure but for me WBB is my pick.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: kryptqnick on March 23, 2017, 05:42:43 PM
there are a lot of new ICO in the altCoin world..
But who will be the real next "BIG THING" in the future round the corner??
Who, will be capable to introduce new real and useful features???

let's talk about!
Are altcoin community really care about new and useful features? It sure is unexpected.
Because from what I see, so far it is more like crowd is always picking coins which promise the highest ROI.
Nothing else matters.
Well, some are traders and so they buy and sell coins regularly. Others are looking for some long-term investments. And these people want to know whether this or that coin is likely to become famous and be stable in, say, a year from now.
Another thing people care about is the wallet, of course. If the wallet is hard to use, the coin is hard to trade (inconvenient).
So, I guess people do care about useful features here.
I voted for byteball, because at least it is very popular, expensive and stable now + smart contracts can be performed easily with it.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: iamnotback on March 23, 2017, 05:56:43 PM
Well look at all the massive innovation going on the Ethereum platform!


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: greentea on March 23, 2017, 06:07:08 PM
you need to add
IOTA (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1216479.0)


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Scott J on March 23, 2017, 06:11:47 PM
you need to add
IOTA (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1216479.0)
Yes, this.

IOTA offers: zero fees, no miners, massive scalablity, nano payments, confirmation in seconds (as network grows), it is quantum secure...

The network literally works faster the more it is used, unlike any other crypto.

What altcoin has features that can even compare?


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Fatoshi on March 23, 2017, 06:42:55 PM
I know people are skeptical but I'm absolutely convinced the next few years will see a massive growth in the area of loyalty points using Crypto. It's in every online company from UBER to Nike to have smooth running loyalty programs that get customers on boarded. It's not a known fact but the biggest headache of companies loyalty programs is they can't budget for them cause they simply don't know who will use points given. Most programs are a loss making process but must be done to courst users and develop brand loyalty. That's even bigger when shopping online. So these companies are more than happy to connect to like minded demographics and products. This is where crypto is set to revolutionize.


Kids will be buying shit on snapchat, receiving points they can use to buy another similar product or swap and use them for something else.


And the only company in this space is Loyyal and the only way grubby crypto traders can get their hands on what Loyyal are doing is through Coval.

http://loyyal.com


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: SatoNatomato on March 23, 2017, 07:06:53 PM
you need to add
IOTA (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1216479.0)
Yes, this.

IOTA offers: zero fees, no miners, massive scalablity, nano payments, confirmation in seconds (as network grows), it is quantum secure...

The network literally works faster the more it is used, unlike any other crypto.

What altcoin has features that can even compare?
Byteball is better, no miners, massive scale, nano payments, finality and not just probability of confirmed payment. Does not require a Proof-of-Work, unlike IOTA which is a waste since IoT device can generally hardly do work at all, some struggle with making even https connections, so requiring an IoT device to do PoW is retarded to say the the least. While with Byteball an IoT device can be a full member of the network like any other light wallet, and if it can make https it can perform signatures to send and receive all functionality of Byteball.

Also, it works faster the more it is used, an idea which a IOTA developer cannot actually comprehend.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: mining1 on March 23, 2017, 07:39:39 PM
Ethereum is by far the next big thing. All important eyes are on it and work on it. Take your time and read it's reddit for 30minutes+, and take another 30mins and read any other platform's reddit. You'll be overwhelmed by ethereum. Every other platform will seem like a joke.
I also invested in lisk, waves, and few others i don't even remember now. But i think they are all behind and clearly less competent.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: italianMiner72 on March 23, 2017, 08:06:27 PM
Well look at all the massive innovation going on the Ethereum platform!

ethereum it's already a mature coin..
It has already Had his big fork with ETC and ETH...
i'm intereste to the newest coins.
although it is not certain, that there will be new, so important!!!!


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: italianMiner72 on March 23, 2017, 08:08:37 PM
you need to add
IOTA (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1216479.0)
Yes, this.

IOTA offers: zero fees, no miners, massive scalablity, nano payments, confirmation in seconds (as network grows), it is quantum secure...

The network literally works faster the more it is used, unlike any other crypto.

What altcoin has features that can even compare?

really interesting...
i have based my poll, on this site :http://www.icocountdown.com/
maybe they forget IOTA.
i add this coin!!!
than you for sharing!


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: italianMiner72 on March 23, 2017, 08:10:44 PM
I know people are skeptical but I'm absolutely convinced the next few years will see a massive growth in the area of loyalty points using Crypto. It's in every online company from UBER to Nike to have smooth running loyalty programs that get customers on boarded. It's not a known fact but the biggest headache of companies loyalty programs is they can't budget for them cause they simply don't know who will use points given. Most programs are a loss making process but must be done to courst users and develop brand loyalty. That's even bigger when shopping online. So these companies are more than happy to connect to like minded demographics and products. This is where crypto is set to revolutionize.


Kids will be buying shit on snapchat, receiving points they can use to buy another similar product or swap and use them for something else.


And the only company in this space is Loyyal and the only way grubby crypto traders can get their hands on what Loyyal are doing is through Coval.

http://loyyal.com
but http://loyyal.com is under ico??
or is it already a coin with a main net running and working?


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Patatas on March 23, 2017, 08:12:48 PM
But who will be the real next "BIG THING" in the future round the corner??
Bitcoin.If you still count that as a cryptocurrency.As long as the altcoin world is concerned,there is no such big thing ever happening because a great idea born today gets copied with additional features the next day.The market is too saturated for the next big thing to sustain the competition.

Who, will be capable to introduce new real and useful features???
Every feature is new and useful.Just that people don't care about all that as long as they have trading sustainable trading value.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: italianMiner72 on March 23, 2017, 08:30:50 PM
Every feature is new and useful.Just that people don't care about all that as long as they have trading sustainable trading value.

i need to quote this!
i remeber BURST coin!
this coin have a lot of features...
Asset Exchange...
Automated transactions (Smart Contracts)...
Crowdfunding...
Escrow service...
Marketplace...
and last but not least, it consume really low energy to maintain network...
but BURST still undervalued...


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: klarki on March 23, 2017, 08:37:45 PM
Why the majority of votes for Byteball?


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: thepo1m on March 23, 2017, 08:40:15 PM
This can be difficult to give a direct answer but there are some good project on the list. I will go for WeTrust I like the idea and the team seems sold enough for me. The ICO is capped at 6000BTC and will give the token price 0.00006BTC, this can easily give 10X return for investors


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: iamnotback on March 23, 2017, 08:50:51 PM
Why the majority of votes for Byteball?

Because Byteball gave away free tokens to those who registered their BTC with Tony (the developer of Byteball) before the deadline. So those hodlers now want to dump their free tokens on you at hopefully FOMO driven higher prices. Iconomi apparently ended up with a significant portion of the free tokens (will they promote Byteball?).

Because it has a small mcap and has a snazzy new DAG and JSON smart contracts. Geekcool technobabble ("DAG" + "JSON" + "smart contract") combined with FOMO fever. It is all about the fact that small market caps can get pumped like PIVX did recently.

Just ignore that the actual technology has some serious flaws (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1739268.msg18288700#msg18288700), because that doesn't matter any more. All that matters is rolling the dice. And Byteball has a novel DAG design so that is enough to make speculators excited about the potential regardless of flaws that prolly prevent it from ever really scaling.

My hypothesis is the Ethereum projects are getting ignored because there are too many of them and speculators can't decide which ones to invest in. Also they are ICOs and perhaps the community is getting tired of ICOs? Actually a couple of those Ethereum projects seem interesting such as MyBit. But again, ICOs.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: mining1 on March 23, 2017, 09:23:31 PM
My hypothesis is the Ethereum projects are getting ignored because there are too many of them and speculators can't decide which ones to invest in. Also they are ICOs and perhaps the community is getting tired of ICOs? Actually a couple of those Ethereum projects seem interesting such as MyBit. But again, ICOs.

Well, look back at what happened before early 2016. People were excited about every small news like their favorite project being mentioned on crypto sites or gui wallet releasing rumors. These were the kind of news that brought pumps with them.
Eventually eth gained more attention with really important news and it's value exploded upwards. Because of that, other crypto rivals were forced to up their game and bring more innovation, or atleast attempt, because suddenly wallet news weren't worthy of pump&dump anymore. That's why we have today several projects that aim to do more than being a payment system, and even though their development is not particulary succesful it's still a step forward. ( like byteball, decent ideeas, low potential )

And i think i know why some important ethereum projects are getting ignored; because people are used to this kind of news.
Imagine if byteball had this kind of news:
1. massive scaling soon to be deployed
2. https://www.americanbanker.com/news/web-pioneer-plans-blockchain-based-digital-ad-platform
3. http://www.coindesk.com/un-group-advances-ethereum-aid-tracking-pilot/


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: yvv on March 23, 2017, 09:46:14 PM
Why the majority of votes for Byteball?

I guess, it may be because it is outstanding among million of other cryptos in some ways. It works, it has a friendly UI, zero entry level if you have some bitcoins, some cool features out of the box and hard working dev team who work on implementing new cool features. That's it.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: iGotSpots on March 23, 2017, 10:16:25 PM
Me. Soon


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: iamnotback on March 23, 2017, 10:28:15 PM
Just took a closer look at Byteball's distribution scheme (because someone posted and ask me to) and realized the developer did a sneaky form of premine (he wasn't totally honest and transparent):

The first round of Byteball was awarding 1 GB for each 0.7 BTC. The 4th round is only awarding 0.0625 GB for each 1 BTC. So apparently the distribution is nearly completed.

So the developer/creator of Byteball (named Tony) was very sneaky. He said his premine for himself was only 2%, but in effect it will be more than 10% (currently 14.6%) because less than 20% of the total planned supply will ever be issued.

I have nothing against the developer taking a premine for himself, but deceiving the community and obscuring the level of the premine is not what I expected from Tony. I thought he had a high level of ethics. He is acting like he is being altruistic by distributing it for free to existing BTC holders, but in reality he devised a scheme to obscure the computation of his actual premine level as percentage of the actually issued supply.

Note Iconomi apparently got (https://medium.com/iconominet/iconomi-acquires-9-766-of-byteball-initial-distribution-free-of-charge-cd9c4a5d49ac) another roughly 15% 10%, so nearly 25% owned by just two entities.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: mining1 on March 23, 2017, 10:35:59 PM
I won't throw any money at it because what i currently hold has bigger profit potential, and yes i took into consideration the fact that it has only 10mil cap.  Therefore i don't care about it.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: iamnotback on March 23, 2017, 10:39:25 PM
I won't throw any money at it because what i currently hold has bigger profit potential, and yes i took into consideration the fact that it has only 10mil cap.  Therefore i don't care about it.

Given the float is in a few whales hands, and given the hype around it, it is prolly going higher.

It is currently more difficult to trade for and very illiquid. Only $12,000 volume today (which is pathetic given the size of the mcap). Once it gets on Poloneix then it should skyrocket.

If the question is which is the next big PUMP, then perhaps Byteball is a reasonable chance of being it.

But for me, the next big THING, means something which could really change the world and grow into something formidable. Then I don't think it is Byteball.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Cryptoon on March 23, 2017, 10:49:33 PM
Just took a closer look at Byteball's distribution scheme (because someone posted and ask me to) and realized the developer did a sneaky form of premine (he wasn't totally honest and transparent):

The first round of Byteball was awarding 1 GB for each 0.7 BTC. The 4th round is only awarding 0.0625 GB for each 1 BTC. So apparently the distribution is nearly completed.

So the developer/creator of Byteball (named Tony) was very sneaky. He said his premine for himself was only 2%, but in effect it will be more than 10% (currently 14.6%) because less than 20% of the total planned supply will ever be issued.

I have nothing against the developer taking a premine for himself, but deceiving the community and obscuring the level of the premine is not what I expected from Tony. I thought he had a high level of ethics. He is acting like he is being altruistic by distributing it for free to existing BTC holders, but in reality he devised a scheme to obscure the computation of his actual premine level as percentage of the actually issued supply.

Note Iconomi apparently got another roughly 15%, so nearly 30% owned by just two entities.

what are you talking about?
Tony keeps 1% for him and this 1% doesn't take part in 10% for bytes distributions. Just read announcement.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: iamnotback on March 23, 2017, 10:52:12 PM
what are you talking about?
Tony keeps 1% for him and this 1% doesn't take part in 10% for bytes distributions. Just read announcement.

Where does the other "1%" go?

That is "1%" + "1%" of 100% planned supply. But only 13.7% of the supply has been issued. And the incentives for the remaining rounds are not favorable. Apparently very little additional supply will be issued. Thus each of that "1%" is actually 7%.

Can't you do elementary school math. Do you blindly believe everything you read without thinking. What is not clear is whether the 1% referred to is only of issued supply or of maximum planned supply..

Edit: I see the other 1% goes to user wallet installs. So Tony is going to end up with about 6 - 7% apparently. Or maybe it is a deception (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1839699.msg18309929#msg18309929)?

Initial distribution

There will be no ICO, no crowdsale.  I believe the success of a currency depends on the number of people who own it, in fact Peter R’s research suggests that historical marketcap of Bitcoin follows Metcalfe's law (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metcalfe%27s_law): https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=572106.0, i.e. it is proportional to the square of the number of active users.  That’s why I want Byteball to be in the hands of as many people as possible:

  • 98% of all bytes and blackbytes (the private untraceable currency) will be distributed among bitcoin holders who link their bitcoin and byteball addresses before any of the distribution rounds.  No investment required, you keep your bitcoins, plus receive the bytes and blackbytes.  See below how to receive the coins.
  • 1% I reserve for myself

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

One last thing.  The remaining 1% will be given away to the first 100m users who install Byteball wallet, 100 Kbytes to each user.  This will start 6 months from now or later, after we get ready for that scale.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: yvv on March 23, 2017, 11:06:12 PM
Just took a closer look at Byteball's distribution scheme (because someone posted and ask me to) and realized the developer did a sneaky form of premine (he wasn't totally honest and transparent):

The first round of Byteball was awarding 1 GB for each 0.7 BTC. The 4th round is only awarding 0.0625 GB for each 1 BTC. So apparently the distribution is nearly completed.

So the developer/creator of Byteball (named Tony) was very sneaky. He said his premine for himself was only 2%, but in effect it will be more than 10% (currently 14.6%) because less than 20% of the total planned supply will ever be issued.

I have nothing against the developer taking a premine for himself, but deceiving the community and obscuring the level of the premine is not what I expected from Tony. I thought he had a high level of ethics. He is acting like he is being altruistic by distributing it for free to existing BTC holders, but in reality he devised a scheme to obscure the computation of his actual premine level as percentage of the actually issued supply.

Note Iconomi apparently got (https://medium.com/iconominet/iconomi-acquires-9-766-of-byteball-initial-distribution-free-of-charge-cd9c4a5d49ac) another roughly 15% 10%, so nearly 25% owned by just two entities.

OMG, what a bullshit! This dude does not have a clue about what he says.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: yvv on March 23, 2017, 11:08:15 PM

Can't you do elementary school math. Do you blindly believe everything you read without thinking.


Dude, you have some special math, which nobody use but you.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: iamnotback on March 23, 2017, 11:13:02 PM
Just took a closer look at Byteball's distribution scheme (because someone posted and ask me to) and realized the developer did a sneaky form of premine (he wasn't totally honest and transparent):

The first round of Byteball was awarding 1 GB for each 0.7 BTC. The 4th round is only awarding 0.0625 GB for each 1 BTC. So apparently the distribution is nearly completed.

So the developer/creator of Byteball (named Tony) was very sneaky. He said his premine for himself was only 2%, but in effect it will be more than 10% (currently 14.6%) because less than 20% of the total planned supply will ever be issued.

I have nothing against the developer taking a premine for himself, but deceiving the community and obscuring the level of the premine is not what I expected from Tony. I thought he had a high level of ethics. He is acting like he is being altruistic by distributing it for free to existing BTC holders, but in reality he devised a scheme to obscure the computation of his actual premine level as percentage of the actually issued supply.

Note Iconomi apparently got (https://medium.com/iconominet/iconomi-acquires-9-766-of-byteball-initial-distribution-free-of-charge-cd9c4a5d49ac) another roughly 15% 10%, so nearly 25% owned by just two entities.

OMG, what a bullshit! This dude does not have a clue about what he says.

I corrected already the 1% + 1% aspect. Afaics, the 1% + 1% aspect was not mentioned on the front page of website where I originally got the information (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1739268.msg18309202#msg18309202). So at most that would be ~7% for Tony + ~10% for Iconomi, so 17% for two entities.

But as I wrote in bolded text, it is not clear by Tony's statement whether he intends the 1% + 1% to mean from planned issuance or from actual issuance. So perhaps someone can clarify that officially.

If he means from actual issuance, then indeed his share would only be 1%.

Read the statement verbatim. It says, "98% of all bytes and blackbytes (the private untraceable currency) will be distributed among bitcoin holders". That seems to imply that the 2% is of the planned maximum issuance of 1,000,000 GB. But it doesn't seem to say what happens when not all the planned issuance is actually ever issued.

Also the following statement seems to confirm that it is 1% of the planned issuance (for the math retards please note that 100m x 100KB = 10,000 GB which is 1% of 1,000,000 GB):

One last thing.  The remaining 1% will be given away to the first 100m users who install Byteball wallet, 100 Kbytes to each user.  This will start 6 months from now or later, after we get ready for that scale.

It was written in a somewhat ambiguous way, but leans towards my literal interpretation. Perhaps it is Tony's use of English, or perhaps it is intentional deception. Any way, could someone please clarify officially?

Can't you do elementary school math. Do you blindly believe everything you read without thinking.

Dude, you have some special math, which nobody use but you.

Okay dufus, so why didn't you even think of the fact what he wrote is ambiguous and misleading?


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: yvv on March 23, 2017, 11:26:01 PM
I corrected already the 1% + 1% aspect. So at most that would be ~7% for Tony + ~10% for Iconomi, so 17% for two entities.

But as I wrote in bolded text, it is not clear by Tony's statement whether he intends the 1% + 1% to mean from planned issuance or from actual issuance. So perhaps someone can clarify that officially.

If he means from actual issuance, then indeed his share would only be 1%.

Everything is crystal clear from the OP of byteball thread and was repeated numerous times throughout the thread. Out of 1000Gb issued, 980Gb will be given away at varying rate. Up to now tonych followed his announcements very strictly. Stop talking bullshit, you make yourself looking foolish when you do this.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: iamnotback on March 23, 2017, 11:28:13 PM
Everything is crystal clear from the OP of byteball thread and was repeated numerous times throughout the thread. Out of 1000Gb issued, 980Gb will be given away at varying rate. Up to now tonych followed his announcements very strictly. Stop talking bullshit, you make yourself looking foolish when you do this.

You are so mathematically challenged that you don't even realize that you still haven't answered my question unambiguously.

Getting angry at me because you can't understand the math ambiguity is kind of silly, rash, and immature don't you think.

Did somebody find a bubu in your precious little Byteball and that makes you cry. Huhu.

Is peer review not valued in our community? Have you ever heard of open source? It is a rather important concept.  ;)


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: shewasfourteen on March 23, 2017, 11:39:51 PM
Why the majority of votes for Byteball?
bc there is a link to this thread in the byteball section...........


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: iamnotback on March 23, 2017, 11:41:12 PM
Why the majority of votes for Byteball?

bc there is a link to this thread in the byteball section...........

Thanks for the open source effort.

Linus' Law: Given enough eyeballs, all bugsdeceptions are shallow.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: yvv on March 23, 2017, 11:43:12 PM
Very nice! Now this retard is spamming me with personal messages. You are ignored, moron. Go back to your mental institution, take some relaxing pills.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: iamnotback on March 23, 2017, 11:46:56 PM
Edit: "1%" (which is really 6 - 7%) will be given to up to 100m user wallet installs, at 100KB each, so roughly $0.0067 per wallet install at current exchange rate:

...

Note I don't think $0.0067 per wallet install (even if the price increases by 10X or even 100X) is going to incentivize any users to install wallets.

And so the plot thickens.

Why would anyone think to incentivize wallet signups with $0.0067 per signup? The only people who would be motivated would be bots which could signup wallets in huge volume. Could this be another way to obscure the level of the premine? Could Tony have a plan to do these wallet installs with a specialized bot? Seems like he would get competition from other hackers though. Maybe he is planning to use some heuristics to determine which wallet installs are valid? Hmmm. Needs deeper study...

Fyi, @yvv has been put on Ignore.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: sotoshihero on March 24, 2017, 12:49:03 AM
Most of the popular altcoin are on ETHereum contract. THE "Ethereum" thing is something that adds the quality of a coin. Something a plus factor and even StorjX coin is adopting or migrating into it.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: iamnotback on March 24, 2017, 12:51:41 AM
I am getting ready to go to sleep, and I might forget to come back to this thread. Actually I hope I don't. Should move on.

So I will post this thought a bit too prematurely just because I might otherwise forget.

I messaged @tonych and his initial reply did not deny my allegation. I asked for further clarification because his reply seemed to be worded as an admission but it was still somewhat ambiguous. So if there aren't any further updates, then perhaps you can presume the obvious implication.

I replied to @tonych that I would apologize if I end up having the wrong interpretation.

Also I want to say that IMO there is nothing ethically wrong with a 7% or 14% premine[1], as long as the developer states it clearly upfront.

IMHO, attempts at deception reflect a lack of long-term commitment and pride in a project, because I believe no developer who is serious/sincere would want his project maligned by (even subtle) attempts at deception.

[1] Note I actually believe > 5% is excessive unless the money supply continues to increase indefinitely, in which case that premine is continually diminishing over time, which is not the case for Byteball.



Edit: @tonych replied and the 1% of 1,000,000 GB is confirmed which is 7% of the current 137,000 issuance (and issuance is unlikely to increase much in future rounds). I had the correct interpretation. Note he refused to reply about the wallet signups, so form your own conclusion on that one. I am not quoting him because I didn't ask his permission to do so. And I don't want to annoy him further by asking him.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: mining1 on March 24, 2017, 12:56:20 AM
But for me, the next big THING, means something which could really change the world and grow into something formidable. Then I don't think it is Byteball.

See my other thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1840142.msg18310329#msg18310329


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: mining1 on March 24, 2017, 01:19:11 AM
TBH i think byteball sounds funny..i mean just like monero. It just sounds like a joke. I never took monero seriously because of it's name. I know i'm shallow, but you can never tell anyone you buy/own/use monero. It'd be awkward.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Odrak on March 24, 2017, 02:50:24 AM
I am getting ready to go to sleep, and I might forget to come back to this thread. Actually I hope I don't. Should move on.

So I will post this thought a bit too prematurely just because I might otherwise forget.

I messaged @tonych and his initial reply did not deny my allegation. I asked for further clarification because his reply seemed to be worded as an admission but it was still somewhat ambiguous. So if there aren't any further updates, then perhaps you can presume the obvious implication.

I replied to @tonych that I would apologize if I end up having the wrong interpretation.

Also I want to say that IMO there is nothing ethically wrong with a 7% or 14% premine[1], as long as the developer states it clearly upfront.

IMHO, attempts at deception reflect a lack of long-term commitment and pride in a project, because I believe no developer who is serious/sincere would want his project maligned by (even subtle) attempts at deception.

[1] Note I actually believe > 5% is excessive unless the money supply continues to increase indefinitely, in which case that premine is continually diminishing over time, which is not the case for Byteball.



Edit: @tonych replied and the 1% of 1,000,000 GB is confirmed which is 7% of the current 137,000 issuance (and issuance is unlikely to increase much in future rounds). I had the correct interpretation. Note he refused to reply about the wallet signups, so form your own conclusion on that one. I am not quoting him because I didn't ask his permission to do so. And I don't want to annoy him further by asking him.

Have you taken no time reading the OP?

The snapshots for the 4th round will be taken on the Full Moon of April, on Apr 11, 2017 at 06:08 UTC.  This is what you receive:
BTC to bytes: 1 BTC of proven balance gives you 62.5 MB (0.0625 GB)
BTC to blackbytes: 1 BTC of proven balance gives you 2.1111 * 62.5 million blackbytes (money supply of blackbytes is 2.1111 times more than that of bytes)
Bytes to bytes: 1 byte on any Byteball address gives you 0.1 new bytes
Bytes to blackbytes: 1 byte on linked Byteball address gives you 0.21111 blackbytes

Distribution consists of bytes per proven BTC balance as well as 10% interest on all existing bytes. Distribution might be slow but 100% will be distributed in a timely manner. What you are implying is nonsense


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Zadicar on March 24, 2017, 03:01:48 AM
TBH i think byteball sounds funny..i mean just like monero. It just sounds like a joke. I never took monero seriously because of it's name. I know i'm shallow, but you can never tell anyone you buy/own/use monero. It'd be awkward.
Same as yours i do found monero on the first place sounds very awkward but i do regret it and now im too behind on buying one.From the options above i chose byteball because its better compared to those alts mentioned on the poll and also Vslice does really have the potential too.I wont miss another opportunity again.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: iamnotback on March 24, 2017, 03:07:30 AM
I am getting ready to go to sleep, and I might forget to come back to this thread. Actually I hope I don't. Should move on.

So I will post this thought a bit too prematurely just because I might otherwise forget.

I messaged @tonych and his initial reply did not deny my allegation. I asked for further clarification because his reply seemed to be worded as an admission but it was still somewhat ambiguous. So if there aren't any further updates, then perhaps you can presume the obvious implication.

I replied to @tonych that I would apologize if I end up having the wrong interpretation.

Also I want to say that IMO there is nothing ethically wrong with a 7% or 14% premine[1], as long as the developer states it clearly upfront.

IMHO, attempts at deception reflect a lack of long-term commitment and pride in a project, because I believe no developer who is serious/sincere would want his project maligned by (even subtle) attempts at deception.

[1] Note I actually believe > 5% is excessive unless the money supply continues to increase indefinitely, in which case that premine is continually diminishing over time, which is not the case for Byteball.



Edit: @tonych replied and the 1% of 1,000,000 GB is confirmed which is 7% of the current 137,000 issuance (and issuance is unlikely to increase much in future rounds). I had the correct interpretation. Note he refused to reply about the wallet signups, so form your own conclusion on that one. I am not quoting him because I didn't ask his permission to do so. And I don't want to annoy him further by asking him.

Have you taken no time reading the OP?

The snapshots for the 4th round will be taken on the Full Moon of April, on Apr 11, 2017 at 06:08 UTC.  This is what you receive:
BTC to bytes: 1 BTC of proven balance gives you 62.5 MB (0.0625 GB)
BTC to blackbytes: 1 BTC of proven balance gives you 2.1111 * 62.5 million blackbytes (money supply of blackbytes is 2.1111 times more than that of bytes)
Bytes to bytes: 1 byte on any Byteball address gives you 0.1 new bytes
Bytes to blackbytes: 1 byte on linked Byteball address gives you 0.21111 blackbytes

Distribution consists of bytes per proven BTC balance as well as 10% interest on all existing bytes. Distribution might be slow but 100% will be distributed in a timely manner. What you are implying is nonsense

Have you even used your brain?

Who is going to bother going through the hassle of linking their BTC on the 4th round when the 0.0625 GB they will receive is only worth $4 per BTC they link. And it will only get more unfavorable on future rounds. The planned issuance will never be achieved (okay maybe mathematically we can maybe argue that asymptotically it would eventually be fully issued some 100+ years from now, but that it isn't relevant because Tony will have sold his 7 - 14% long before that). Realize that afaik Tony apparently awarded his 10,000 GB to himself at launch day. So his coins are worth $670,000 on a $9 million market cap as we speak.

The 10% interest only increases the existing 137,000 to 150,700. That is only an overall increase of only 1.4% of the planned issuance.

I don't have any problem with him doing that. I just want people to understand that the "1%" is a mathematical deception. And you damn well know it.



I wont miss another opportunity again.

FOMO.

TBH i think byteball sounds funny..i mean just like monero. It just sounds like a joke. I never took monero seriously because of it's name. I know i'm shallow, but you can never tell anyone you buy/own/use monero. It'd be awkward.
Same as yours i do found monero on the first place sounds very awkward but i do regret it

I also thought it was strange that someone who is invested in Ethereum would complain about names. Smoke the ether dude.

(I've complained about the Monero name, but I also posted at the precisely correct time to buy it, that it was going to rocket up, so if I had wanted to speculate the name wouldn't have stopped me. What stopped me is that I didn't have any money to speculate with and I still don't so I need to remain conservative. Never speculate with money you can't afford to lose)

Byteball is has a reasonable likelihood to be the next big PUMP. But I am reasonably certain it will not be the next THING in crypto, as in massive adoption or practical use. But that shouldn't stop you from speculating on the PUMP. I would too if my opportunity cost wasn't so much higher than yours. If it wasn't a pita to buy, I'd probably buy 1 or 2 BTC of Byteball (except now that I see Tony is deceptive then I ethically don't want to buy it). But for that small amount, it isn't worth my time to figure out to buy it, since it isn't listed on Poloneix. And then I also have to figure out where to store the damn wallet. I don't have time for that over such a small amount of money involved. I have bigger fish to fry.

Btw, I been telling people to buy a little Byteball for the past months. So that is what is very strange when their supporters attack one of their former supporters. Just because I pointed out the truth.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: xuan87 on March 24, 2017, 03:24:33 AM
I have a good feeling Monero will be the next big things, maybe ethereum got a chance to become big and I don't think there will be any other alt coin will become big than these 2 coins, and ICO wont become big in a short time, if ICO become big in a short time, it will bounce back again like zcash last time


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: metropolia on March 24, 2017, 03:25:53 AM
People like byteball very much, but the free distribution may prevent it being the top coins, because people who got free coins need to dump it for free money. I prefer aeternity is the next big thing.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: iamnotback on March 24, 2017, 03:30:06 AM
People like byteball very much, but the free distribution may prevent it being the top coins, because people who got free coins need to dump it for free money.

That was my original claim several months ago in the official thread. But I thought it will be open to all BTC holders until the supply was fulfilled. I didn't realize they were going to do this more unfavorable later rounds. I should have realized that would be the gimick the insiders would use to get 10X more supply than everyone thought they would get.

But because the issuance is to exclusive to those who participated in the very favorable first round, I think maybe they think they should hold on. So far they only have a 10% gain on their BTC. They probably feel Byteball is going to be the next great THING in crypto.

But they better do the pump soon. Because other coins are coming, and Byteball's features won't seem so unique later in the year.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: notbatman on March 24, 2017, 06:43:42 AM
I like Monero and Siacoin, they'll be big IMO.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Civil on March 24, 2017, 06:45:38 AM
@OP you mean the "BIG THING" about the price or about technical features?


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: SatoNatomato on March 24, 2017, 07:29:14 AM
Just took a closer look at Byteball's distribution scheme (because someone posted and ask me to) and realized the developer did a sneaky form of premine (he wasn't totally honest and transparent):

The first round of Byteball was awarding 1 GB for each 0.7 BTC. The 4th round is only awarding 0.0625 GB for each 1 BTC. So apparently the distribution is nearly completed.

So the developer/creator of Byteball (named Tony) was very sneaky. He said his premine for himself was only 2%, but in effect it will be more than 10% (currently 14.6%) because less than 20% of the total planned supply will ever be issued.
Tony never claimed 2%, he only claimed 1%, and that is still valid, 1% is kept for him, the rest is distributed, just because it went form 0.7BTC to 0.0625 doesnt mean he will retain more, it means there will be more distribution rounds.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: italianMiner72 on March 24, 2017, 08:33:32 AM
@OP you mean the "BIG THING" about the price or about technical features?

I mean the "BIG THING" about the technical features.. of course!!!
high price, i mean hundreds of $ for 1 coin,  it's a consequence, if the project it's a good project...


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: BitcoinNational on March 24, 2017, 09:25:44 AM
winter is coming.
for most ICOs.

next big thing ... a repeat of
GEMZ
DAO
SWARM
STEEM!


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: york780 on March 24, 2017, 09:26:16 AM
Easy. The ethereum moon trip.  ;D


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: BitcoinNational on March 24, 2017, 09:27:52 AM
iamnotback is the only one that answer the OP question ... arcrilic block chain techono-babble


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: zuqka on March 24, 2017, 09:36:52 AM
Well look at all the massive innovation going on the Ethereum platform!

What innovation? Since you are so well informed about eth and bash all other platforms!


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: cryptonia on March 24, 2017, 09:58:06 AM
The next big thing will be Evan Duffield revealing himself to be an alien who has come to earth to enslave us all.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8lcUHQYhPTE


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Spratan on March 24, 2017, 10:44:12 AM
So first choices are Byteball and Iota, at this stage.

I totally agree, they can disrupt the market, because they make blockchains obsolete.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: mike77777 on March 24, 2017, 12:30:40 PM
WeTrust for sure  ;D


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Odrak on March 24, 2017, 12:34:58 PM
People like byteball very much, but the free distribution may prevent it being the top coins, because people who got free coins need to dump it for free money.

That was my original claim several months ago in the official thread. But I thought it will be open to all BTC holders until the supply was fulfilled. I didn't realize they were going to do this more unfavorable later rounds. I should have realized that would be the gimick the insiders would use to get 10X more supply than everyone thought they would get.

But because the issuance is to exclusive to those who participated in the very favorable first round, I think maybe they think they should hold on. So far they only have a 10% gain on their BTC. They probably feel Byteball is going to be the next great THING in crypto.

But they better do the pump soon. Because other coins are coming, and Byteball's features won't seem so unique later in the year.

The distribution was created as such with Metcalfe's Law in mind. There have been several distributions price has been fairly stable.


Kola-schaar posted some interesting insight into this: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1608859.msg17967162#msg17967162


There are only 12% of the Bytes in circulation and people keep them tight because of the compound interest.
If the growth (linked to BTC + interest rate) remains constant (every round +50k linked BTC), we still need 19 rounds.
If you invest 10 GBytes (~0.45 BTC) you have after 19 rounds 10GB*(1+10/100)^19 = 61.15 GBytes.
Maybe we need 10 rounds more: 10*(1+10/100)^29 = 159 GBytes.
The compound interest works very strong - very strong argument to hold.

If you invest 0.45 BTC for the next (maybe 19) rounds, and the price remains constant (at 0.045 BTC/GB total capitalization ~54 Mio.).
You will have a profit:  0.45 BTC*61.1 Gbytes/ 10 Gbytes => (2.75 BTC–0.45 BTC)/0.45 BTC => 512%. With each additional round (see exponent) it becomes more.

The crucial question, however, is how far can the price drop until I lose?
We bought at a price of 0.045 BTC/GByte (10 Gbyte).
Therefore, we can endure 0.45 BTC /61.1 GBytes = 0.0074 BTC/GByte.
(If we sell our 61.1 GB then 0.0074 BTC/GByte * 61.1 Gbyte = 0.45 BTC we get our bet back.)

Question: 0.0074 BTC/GByte which capitalization is this?
It’s 0.0074 BTC/GByte * 1E15/1E9 => 0.0074 BTC/GByte * 1E6 GByte = 7400 BTC or ~7400BTC *1200$/BTC = 8.8 Mio $

You can still match the Dev! (tony holds 1%):
price ~76 BTC ~1.7 TByte*1,1^19=10 TByte -> 1% of total capitalisation

or with lower budget:
1/10 price 7.6 BTC ~0.17 TByte (170 GByte) -> 0.1% of total capitalisation
1/100 price 0.76 BTC 0.017 TByte (17 GByte) -> 0.01% of total capitalisation
1/1000 price 0.076 BTC 0.0017 TByte (1.7 GByte) -> 0.001% of total capitalisation

For those who have participated in the 1st and / or 2nd round and / or which additionally connect BTCs (got Bytes for free), the above calculations looks even better.

Classic BTC holders: They link her BTC and sleep (like Kostolany:”.. buy
shares and take some sleepingpills: when you wake up, you've made money" will have) - lazy people (sometimes to lazy to link  Smiley).
Nowhere is there such an interest (without any risk) for the BTCs.
And they will receive a free diversification (and a technology upgrade) of their portfolio: A very good idea, because that is already a trend:
 


Good to have at least two horses in the barn (A hopeful foal and an old horse).

There is much to win, but little to lose, so people do not sell…
For the vast majority of holders, there is simply no reason to sell (1st round participants are believers, ICO's already hold because of diversification, BTC whales ditto -They ride the old horse and lead the foal next to it).

A sale makes sense only if one likes monocultures (only BTC). Or you would like to get your investment (bought bytes) back in order to minimize the risks..
10GB*(1+10/100)^10 = 25.9-10=15.9 -> 15.9*1,1^9=37.6 Gbytes   Undecided

… Then there are also our black friends (BB) ..
perfect for small investors with a small money bag… You can exchange half of your earning in blackbytes..

It is the philosophy of this distribution to allow as many adopters as possible a (as far as possible risk-free) access (to Bytes / Blackbytes).

disclaimer
The author does not force you to invest now or to by BTCs now. There may also be more favorable times.. No idea!


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: italianMiner72 on March 24, 2017, 12:35:39 PM
The next big thing will be Evan Duffield revealing himself to be an alien who has come to earth to enslave us all.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8lcUHQYhPTE

hem hem..
maybe we are going a little bit OT.
stay in theme!
thank you!


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: pumz on March 24, 2017, 12:45:46 PM
Can we choose 2 or more project for voting because I think Westrust and Matchpool would be next big thing. Both have very solid teams and coming with unique ideas.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: italianMiner72 on March 24, 2017, 01:23:56 PM
...and coming with unique ideas.

ok.. here you got my attention :-)
can you share with us, in a few word,
what are this unique ideas??
just a small description..
then i can study in deep by myself!!

thank you


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: hotsurfing on March 24, 2017, 01:34:03 PM
Iota>byteball>eth> bitcoin>Feathercoin


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: truxton on March 24, 2017, 01:35:36 PM
Blocknet should be on the list.  Totally decentralised exchange without any middleman exchange    BTC, LTC, Sys, XC, BItswift, Stealth, Bitpay, Etherium, Qura will be added first.  I have tried the decentralised exchange out already in an early phase and it worked a treat!  Plus anyone with enough blocknet tokens to run a node will get fees from every transaction.  I think it could be a massive game changer as its a disruptive tech.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: iamnotback on March 24, 2017, 01:45:27 PM
If you invest 10 GBytes (~0.45 BTC) you have after 19 rounds 10GB*(1+10/100)^19 = 61.15 GBytes.

Oh I didn't know that the interest rate was going to remain 10% increase to existing hodlers for each round. I thought the terms became less favorable on each future round, because it isn't summarized on the homepage and that is the pattern I observed thus far on quick perusal.

So in that case you claim, then yes 1.119 = 6X growth.

So then in that case it is true that ultimately Tony will only have 1% of the issued supply at that future time (although it is not clear about the other 1% and how it can be given away to wallet signups without it being gamed). However that presumes this his 10,000 GB do not receive the 10% interest compounding. Can you confirm if that is the case or not?

If rounds are being done every 3 - 4 months as appears to be the case so far, then it will be roughly 4 - 6 years until Tony's stake has decreased from 7% to 1%.

A stock split doesn't increase the value of investors' holdings.

The major real economic effect of the compounding stock split is to incentivize investors to buy & hold earlier so they can maximize their stake relative to those who buy later, due to the power of compounding.

That is actually quite a powerful effect. That is a clever feature to add to a coin. I think I will copy it.  :P

P.S. this is why I get involved asking about things that seem abnormal or exceptional. Because sometimes it means it is something important that I need to know for my own work.

Edit: also I need to do what I promised. Tony my apology is extended to you. May I suggest you make the specifics of everything more clear on your homepage.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: SatoNatomato on March 24, 2017, 02:00:08 PM
The major real economic effect of the compounding stock split is to incentivize investors to buy & hold earlier so they can maximize their stake relative to those who buy later, due to the power of compounding.

That is actually quite a powerful effect. That is a clever feature to add to a coin. I think I will copy it.  :P

P.S. this is why I get involved asking about things that seem abnormal or exceptional. Because sometimes it means it is something important that I need to know for my own work.
Rounds are done every full moon, ie every month. The 1% does not receive compound interest. The other 1% can technically be gamed, the success of the game depends on how few persons buy into Byteball, the more people install the wallet, the lower the success of gaming the final 1% distribution.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: italianMiner72 on March 24, 2017, 02:13:45 PM
The major real economic effect of the compounding stock split is to incentivize investors to buy & hold earlier so they can maximize their stake relative to those who buy later, due to the power of compounding.

That is actually quite a powerful effect. That is a clever feature to add to a coin. I think I will copy it.  :P

P.S. this is why I get involved asking about things that seem abnormal or exceptional. Because sometimes it means it is something important that I need to know for my own work.
Rounds are done every full moon, ie every month. The 1% does not receive compound interest. The other 1% can technically be gamed, the success of the game depends on how few persons buy into Byteball, the more people install the wallet, the lower the success of gaming the final 1% distribution.


but i don't understand well ..
but if i know exact snapshot date & time, i can buy BTC before a few minutes, and sell BTC few minutes after snapshot is taken ..
but doing so, i think i'm not eligible for distribution ???
or yes ????
i don 'understand ...


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: cryptohunter on March 24, 2017, 02:47:01 PM
Bitbay will eventually be a big thing in my opinion. Put it on the list and give peole a chance to find something that will be worthwhile that is already in production.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: freigeist on March 24, 2017, 03:02:29 PM
The major real economic effect of the compounding stock split is to incentivize investors to buy & hold earlier so they can maximize their stake relative to those who buy later, due to the power of compounding.

That is actually quite a powerful effect. That is a clever feature to add to a coin. I think I will copy it.  :P

P.S. this is why I get involved asking about things that seem abnormal or exceptional. Because sometimes it means it is something important that I need to know for my own work.
Rounds are done every full moon, ie every month. The 1% does not receive compound interest. The other 1% can technically be gamed, the success of the game depends on how few persons buy into Byteball, the more people install the wallet, the lower the success of gaming the final 1% distribution.


but i don't understand well ..
but if i know exact snapshot date & time, i can buy BTC before a few minutes, and sell BTC few minutes after snapshot is taken ..
but doing so, i think i'm not eligible for distribution ???
or yes ????
i don 'understand ...

"Few minutes" won't work as you require few hours for BTC transfer to be confirmed within block chain.
You could buy and transfer one day before the snapshot and sell one day later after the distribution ends.
This will work.




Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: iamnotback on March 24, 2017, 04:40:00 PM
"Few minutes" won't work as you require few hours for BTC transfer to be confirmed within block chain.
You could buy and transfer one day before the snapshot and sell one day later after the distribution ends.
This will work.

Ah that defeats the compelling advantage of having such an interest incentive.

Does this explain why the chart (http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/byteball/) is dumping like the Chocolate Hills of Bohol on a monthly period?

They should have designed it such that if the coins trade in that month, then they don't participate in the interest rewards that month. To discourage short-term trading which would decrease the monthly volatility and to reduce selling pressure and increase buying pressure.

If Tony will make that change (assuming there isn't some significant disadvantage), I would probably buy. Please PM me if the change is made (or if the quoted post above is mistaken).

Edit: I just realized another flaw that BB's distribution went those who don't even own the BTC (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1608859.msg16490823#msg16490823), i.e. ICOs and exchange BTC whales. And a suggestion that would have prevented this (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1608859.msg16338704#msg16338704) was apparently ignored, although I can understand that the BTC splitting requirement would made a lot of people unmotivated yet I can also say I was entirely unmotivated to take my BTC off the exchange in order to register it for Byteball (I have too many things to do, otherwise my BTC wouldn't be stored on an exchange!).

One might ponder if @tonych received any kickbacks from exchanges. Perhaps not as he seems like a nice guy, but I also thought Evan of Dash was amiable.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Zontop on March 24, 2017, 05:52:48 PM
Matchpool will next big for sure with great name on the board and wonderful idea match making concept on blockchain.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Odrak on March 24, 2017, 08:04:30 PM
If you invest 10 GBytes (~0.45 BTC) you have after 19 rounds 10GB*(1+10/100)^19 = 61.15 GBytes.

Oh I didn't know that the interest rate was going to remain 10% increase to existing hodlers for each round. I thought the terms became less favorable on each future round, because it isn't summarized on the homepage and that is the pattern I observed thus far on quick perusal.

So in that case you claim, then yes 1.119 = 6X growth.

So then in that case it is true that ultimately Tony will only have 1% of the issued supply at that future time (although it is not clear about the other 1% and how it can be given away to wallet signups without it being gamed). However that presumes this his 10,000 GB do not receive the 10% interest compounding. Can you confirm if that is the case or not?

If rounds are being done every 3 - 4 months as appears to be the case so far, then it will be roughly 4 - 6 years until Tony's stake has decreased from 7% to 1%.

A stock split doesn't increase the value of investors' holdings.

The major real economic effect of the compounding stock split is to incentivize investors to buy & hold earlier so they can maximize their stake relative to those who buy later, due to the power of compounding.

That is actually quite a powerful effect. That is a clever feature to add to a coin. I think I will copy it.  :P

P.S. this is why I get involved asking about things that seem abnormal or exceptional. Because sometimes it means it is something important that I need to know for my own work.

Edit: also I need to do what I promised. Tony my apology is extended to you. May I suggest you make the specifics of everything more clear on your homepage.

There's a monthly distrubution following the Moon Calendar, the developer's 1% does not earn interest. If you're interested in the concept this might be a fun read: https://altcoinspekulant.wordpress.com/2016/10/06/byteball-exclusive-interview-with-developer-tonych-in-english/

It's an interview from 2016 with the developer of Byteball.

As far as the moon calendar is concerned; upcoming distributions:

11th april
10th may
9th june
9th july
7th aug
6th sep
5th oct
4th nov
3th dec




Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: BitcoinNational on March 24, 2017, 08:28:45 PM
dumping like the Chocolate Hills of Bohol on a monthly period?


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Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: e-coinomist on March 24, 2017, 10:46:54 PM
Matchpool will next big for sure with great name on the board and wonderful idea match making concept on blockchain.
Which names? I recognized Gavin Wood and Saunders on their rooster, the other names don't ring a bell.
It's time for the DAPPs to really lift of. Currently there only seems to be games implemented as smart contracts.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: cryptonia on March 24, 2017, 10:56:23 PM
Bitbay will eventually be a big thing in my opinion. Put it on the list and give peole a chance to find something that will be worthwhile that is already in production.
I don't understand the emission schedule in BitBay. can you explain it?


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: BitcoinNational on March 25, 2017, 06:53:46 AM
https://f4.bcbits.com/img/a1726825345_16.jpg
What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin
vegetable porn


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Scott J on March 25, 2017, 11:04:04 AM
Iota>byteball>eth> bitcoin>Feathercoin
I agree with IOTA first.

However, what is so special about Feathercoin? I remember it from years ago and it was a Litecoin clone IIRC?


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: ifightformerkel on March 25, 2017, 11:08:07 AM
I think the next big thing where you can make some money is Trollplay.

The coin is 3 month old and beeing rebrandet, and it will change the name.

www.trollplay.com

The coin is beeing rebrandet, the marketcap rise from 5k to 20k and i think with this talented who post EVERYDAY updates we can reach easy a marketcap of 1 million Dollar or even 10.


Vote everyone here for the new name.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1685516.0


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: LadangGalau on March 25, 2017, 01:05:24 PM
a BIG things in the alcoin world would be EthBits   :D  ( listed in this poll by the way )

https://ico.ethbits.com (https://ico.ethbits.com)


i invite you the read attentively the white paper  :)


ANN thread:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1834042.msg18253371#msg18253371 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1834042.msg18253371#msg18253371)


sig campaign:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1835203.msg18265355#msg18265355 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1835203.msg18265355#msg18265355)


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: klaaas on March 25, 2017, 01:10:47 PM

Doomed to fail. :D


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Ramone Estavez on March 25, 2017, 01:34:00 PM
Byteball has much to like, many free moons and cfb circuses,  I wish to further success with integrity.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Scuds31091 on March 25, 2017, 01:58:13 PM
PEPECASH is the next big thing! Not many people are aware of what's going on with it. People see the name and push it off as a joke... but this project has an amazing following with a ton of development in the works. It's bringing non-crypto users into the space, which is a hard thing to accomplish. Here are some articles to back up my claims:

https://medium.com/@coin_and_peace/rarepepe-is-the-most-innovative-project-in-the-crypto-space-seriously-6d6b74749687#.6sj11xg8j

http://dailycaller.com/2017/03/23/venezuelan-currency-slowly-getting-replaced-by-pepe-memes/

Here is where you can buy it: https://www.tuxexchange.com/trade?coin=PEPECASH&market=BTC#

It's already up 100% over the last two weeks. A very healthy climb that looks poised to keep going strong. Don't sleep on this one!


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: monsanto on March 25, 2017, 04:25:13 PM
The next big thing might be SECcoin.  That's when you wake up one morning and the SEC/FBI has seized half the exchanges and the entire market cap of crypto crashes into the ground.  Or it could be LAWSUITcoin.. when people start suing miners for processing particular transactions.  Or we could just keep bubbling forever with the government and lawyers not caring at all  :D


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: e-coinomist on March 25, 2017, 04:42:28 PM
https://f4.bcbits.com/img/a1726825345_16.jpg
What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin
vegetable porn

You should consider creating a rare Pepe card from that somehow. There is just an oh so small opportunity over there but maybe you can get your idea to stick out?


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Scuds31091 on March 25, 2017, 04:46:17 PM
https://f4.bcbits.com/img/a1726825345_16.jpg
What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin
vegetable porn

You should consider creating a rare Pepe card from that somehow. There is just an oh so small opportunity over there but maybe you can get your idea to stick out?

Gota hurry... There are 175 cards left to be created by the community until it hits the cap of 1000 cards. 60 of those slots are actually reserved for the Rare Pepe Game though... So in reality there is only 115 cards left to be created.

Game info: http://rarepepe.party/


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: e-coinomist on March 25, 2017, 04:48:34 PM
a BIG things in the alcoin world would be EthBits   :D  ( listed in this poll by the way )

https://ico.ethbits.com (https://ico.ethbits.com)

That's your brainchild? I would want to point at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WebMoney they are not the exact competitor but more a template with >10 years headstart, something to compare. Sergeev from your team should know it. Intriguing how much people archived with lesser amounts of technology, compared from the cryptology level.
Maybe some parts of their construct are inspiring alt devs.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: defcon23 on March 25, 2017, 05:33:00 PM
EthBits ICO will be something really big  !  8)  That's clear. personally, i would vouch for this Token crowd sale .  I have read their white paper , and it's one of the most clear ICO white paper i had ever read . the prognostics are more than fantastic .. also, their Sig campaign is one of the most rewarded i had ever seen too ..


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: iram3130 on March 25, 2017, 06:06:50 PM
ByteBall will be a next big thing for sure. Eth it's is also cool and may be a top contender for now but I feel ByteBall will be a longer run horse in the crypto currency universe.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Jumanji7 on March 25, 2017, 06:32:44 PM
Ripple and BLOCK will be the next big things very soon!


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: monsanto on March 25, 2017, 07:17:11 PM
Ripple and BLOCK will be the next big things very soon!

lol Ripple... the mystery of the crypto world.  Well it is pumping, I'll give you that much.. although that might not be saying much in this crazy market.  You could be right, since whatever the next big thing is it will probably be unexpected - and hardly anybody is expecting a ripple takeover.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Spratan on March 25, 2017, 07:38:23 PM
If you invest 10 GBytes (~0.45 BTC) you have after 19 rounds 10GB*(1+10/100)^19 = 61.15 GBytes.

The major real economic effect of the compounding stock split is to incentivize investors to buy & hold earlier so they can maximize their stake relative to those who buy later, due to the power of compounding.

That is actually quite a powerful effect. That is a clever feature to add to a coin. I think I will copy it.  :P


There were a shitcoin, named savecoin created in 2014 :
"SaveCoin also contains a server side interest payment system which pays you interest on your balance without you needing to keep your SaveCoin wallet software open. We provide the first crypto-currency that includes a savings account element, no need to mine for your savings, simply deposit SaveCoin in to any address or mine your SaveCoin and automatically gain interest payments direct to your wallet address which contains a balance every 24 hours.  You will paid interest at 0.137% daily (64% yearly) on all addresses with a balance, regardless of the amount held in any SaveCoin address. There are no sign up forms, no fees, no hassle and is completely anonymous. Just simplicity.
"

It made X7500 because at some point nobody was selling ! :D


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Fatoshi on March 25, 2017, 08:06:33 PM
I think scams will be the next big thing.......just like fucking last year, and the year before that and....


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: truxton on March 25, 2017, 09:40:30 PM
Ripple and BLOCK will be the next big things very soon!

lol Ripple... the mystery of the crypto world.  Well it is pumping, I'll give you that much.. although that might not be saying much in this crazy market.  You could be right, since whatever the next big thing is it will probably be unexpected - and hardly anybody is expecting a ripple takeover.

I think Block and Bitbay.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: italianMiner72 on March 26, 2017, 04:03:23 PM
https://f4.bcbits.com/img/a1726825345_16.jpg
What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin
vegetable porn

 ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

but this is just to be censured on the vegetarian Committee
PEGI 14 for sure


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: italianMiner72 on March 26, 2017, 04:06:51 PM
EthBits ICO will be something really big  !  8)  That's clear. personally, i would vouch for this Token crowd sale .  I have read their white paper , and it's one of the most clear ICO white paper i had ever read . the prognostics are more than fantastic .. also, their Sig campaign is one of the most rewarded i had ever seen too ..

plz.. can you explain which will be a peculiarity of ethbits?
and if you can.. pls.... share the main new features of thi project!


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: iamnotback on March 26, 2017, 08:23:59 PM
IOTA claims 0 fees. Byteball's fees increase as the price of the token increases.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: ethbits on March 26, 2017, 10:18:07 PM
EthBits ICO will be something really big  !  8)  That's clear. personally, i would vouch for this Token crowd sale .  I have read their white paper , and it's one of the most clear ICO white paper i had ever read . the prognostics are more than fantastic .. also, their Sig campaign is one of the most rewarded i had ever seen too ..

plz.. can you explain which will be a peculiarity of ethbits?
and if you can.. pls.... share the main new features of thi project!

Hi there. 1st feature is we are launching a site www.ethbits.com which is called Ethibits Local. Here you can buy bitcoin and alt coins directly from a seller in person or via bank account.

We are also starting the development of Ethbits iTrade which is a Copy Trading platform. So basically it will be similar to poloniex but you have the option to follow and copy specific traders. So you can look through which traders are making the most money and copy them just with 1 click. Then when you are happy with the amount of money you have made you just click close. We will have stop loss and stop profit so you do not have to be watching 24 hours a day. We will also develop an Application so you can get alerts from your phone when your position is doing well.

We are holding an ICO to help develop Ethbits iTrade and as a reward for token holders we will be sharing 40% of the site profit from both platforms. so if you hold Ethbit tokens you will be paid quarterly dividends in Ether.

That is the basics if you have any questions you can join us on telegram https://t.me/EthBitsChatroom



Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: iamnotback on March 26, 2017, 11:05:03 PM
You guys are missing out on this one...

http://cryptokingdom.me

In the first 50 hours since the announcement, the markets look as follows:

CK/XMR bid, in Crypto Kingdom Ultima: 27,175 (+288%, it was 7,000 at the start)
XMR/USD, in Coinmarketcap: 20.45 (-2.6%, it was 21.03 at the start)

So the announcement seems to have benefited CK and not hurt XMR (excessively), which of course is as intended.

CK item marketcap is now $5.80 million.*

XMR marketcap is $290 million.

Dash marketcap is $692 million.


Crypto Kingdom has declared its digital sovereignty and is unpegging itself from any other cryptocurrency. Exchanges into and out of the CK universe will be done on the basis of freely floating exchange rates, and any cryptocurrency representatives are welcome to establish their own crypto-to-CK gateways. I even hear talks that a BTC exchange channel is on the way!

In the humble Marquess's opinion, this is a great opportunity for those invested in altcoins with no discernible reason for existence (i.e., most of them!) to establish a relationship with a digital kingdom that has over 3 years of engaged play by some of the most notable luminaries in crypto (as merely business-minded, the Marquess excludes himself from this illustrious group). By engaging your altcoin in the CK ecosystem, at least those heavy loads of unremarkable cryptocoins can at least provide some fun for their bagholders. Of couse, more "remarkable" cryptocurrencies are welcome to participate as well ;D      

As part of this change, the current game ownership token CK is going to become the defacto in-game currency, necessary for all marketplace transactions. During recent days (in the real world) and months (in CK), CK has risen from lows of 4k to highs of 50k+ and now currently stands at roughly 33k. Over 3.5k XMR (roughly $70k in "green money") from the CK Office stands at the ready purchasing and burning platform tokens. This is in addition to the roughly $70k that has already been spent and burned.

...

And the price will not stop rising! In fact, with newly unlocked wealth entering the kingdom, the Marquess predicts a general infux of purchasing power and rising asset and consumables prices throughout the land.

If you could get listed on coinmarketcap, and get listed on some exchange where speculators can trade it with BTC. Then I think you'd see an even faster surge of money, especially right now there seems to be a focus on finding small fast moving marketcaps to speculate on.

Once you elevate the marketcap to $100m and make it into the Top 10, then everything changesTM.


So, therefore:

1) Office will dispose of the bulk of its moneretos (6,000,000,000*M) by purchasing CK with them;

2) The purchases will be consummated in the next 30 real-hours, approximately linearly, so that 200,000,000 M will be spent on average each hour;

3) The CK thus purchased will be consumed to effect a decrease of number of CK outstanding;

4) Let the decision to be proclaimed to the four corners of the Earth by the loving and submissive people in the Kingdom.


Hi. It is some time since I registered (it was when money was free). and I am just totally lost, I want to be rich and happy and don't know what to do. Please help me with ideas etc. I am Eili 1033 in game and live in Stonehaven. I have 27 mil, is it good to invest or what?? Please help. Blessings to all good people in the kingdom (and bad also) <3

CK is a quality investment. It's a share of the game, so if the game does well, the ck price and its dividends will reflect its value. As for other investments, I would watch the markets, learn about the items through players, and figure which are most attractive to you as far as style of play and potential roi.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: italianMiner72 on March 27, 2017, 06:44:31 AM

We are holding an ICO to help develop Ethbits iTrade and as a reward for token holders we will be sharing 40% of the site profit from both platforms. so if you hold Ethbit tokens you will be paid quarterly dividends in Ether.


this is really interesting...
here there are two major people..
users..
and investors... who put money to eventually get a rewar..
goin to telegram to deep inside this tip!!!
thank you


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: SatoNatomato on March 27, 2017, 09:16:07 AM
...and coming with unique ideas.

ok.. here you got my attention :-)
can you share with us, in a few word,
what are this unique ideas??
just a small description..
then i can study in deep by myself!!

thank you

Yes you can do that


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: iamnotback on March 27, 2017, 03:53:16 PM
The fundamental reason that giving away tokens without proof-of-burn makes it impossible for that token to compete with Bitcoin:

And realize that the whales' can kill the fork because they already own tokens in both forks from the inception.

And that is what makes it different from launching an altcoin.

The whales of Bitcoin get free tokens to dump on your coin so they can buy Bitcoins.

However in Byteball's case looks like Tony could have made deals with the exchanges to kickback some of the tokens to him in exchange for his scheme. It certainly could be a scam, as @cryptohunter alleged. Who knows? Where there is honey, there are usually flies.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: cerejobastos on March 27, 2017, 11:30:31 PM
...and coming with unique ideas.

ok.. here you got my attention :-)
can you share with us, in a few word,
what are this unique ideas??
just a small description..
then i can study in deep by myself!!

thank you

Yes you can do that
6 pages of posts and not a single mentin to stratis??
also icn will be a very good investment but slower i guess


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: italianMiner72 on March 28, 2017, 09:58:03 AM
...and coming with unique ideas.

ok.. here you got my attention :-)
can you share with us, in a few word,
what are this unique ideas??
just a small description..
then i can study in deep by myself!!

thank you

Yes you can do that
6 pages of posts and not a single mentin to stratis??
also icn will be a very good investment but slower i guess
hi cerejobastos .
the thread it's focused to new coins and project.
Stratis is an old one coin...
but if you want to explay what are the strenght of stratis, you can of course!


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: cerejobastos on March 28, 2017, 12:15:39 PM
ah ok sorry, that detail escaped me.
Still, interesting thread, I am looking forward to get more info on some of these coins aswell.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Odrak on March 28, 2017, 12:25:53 PM
The fundamental reason that giving away tokens without proof-of-burn makes it impossible for that token to compete with Bitcoin:

And realize that the whales' can kill the fork because they already own tokens in both forks from the inception.

And that is what makes it different from launching an altcoin.

The whales of Bitcoin get free tokens to dump on your coin so they can buy Bitcoins.

However in Byteball's case looks like Tony could have made deals with the exchanges to kickback some of the tokens to him in exchange for his scheme. It certainly could be a scam, as @cryptohunter alleged. Who knows? Where there is honey, there are usually flies.

What are you implying? Not quite getting the point you're making.

First of all, I believe Byteball took the free distribution route with Metcalfe's law in mind, think it's even mentioned in the OP...

Metcalfe's law states that the value of a telecommunications network is proportional to the square of the number of connected users of the system (n2).
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metcalfe's_law

Second, regarding the exchanges, there's currently only one active exchange (cryptox.pl), they have provided all holders of byteball with their interest be it against a small fee.

You are effectively implying Byteball is a well-thought out scam because there's 'honey', without any constructive arguments. Probably how you got that many posts, huh. By the way I am guessing there's more honey in developing the project further looking at the progress they've been making. Personally I think the odds of it being a 'scam' are very limited, besides you can get in for free anyway..

- I am not affiliated with the project itself, always do your own due diligence :)

---

Regarding the topic on hand, I find Ubiq a very interesting fork of Ethereum.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: JammyDodger on March 28, 2017, 12:45:57 PM
I can see Gamecredits (https://gamecredits.com/) blowing up in the future, anyone with any knowledge of the gaming industry knows how big ingame purchases can be (multi billion industry).  It looks like they have a great team behind the project and real passion for it.  Hopefully this will succeed and go onto great things, its 1 of my bigger investments.



Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: hankyulpark on March 28, 2017, 04:07:49 PM
I vote BOScoin  ;D

Main aspects of this decision without going too far with tech stuff:

Trusted contracts:
The possibility to the general public to be able to write contracts. Trust contracts separate the contents of the contract into a human-readable language and the code needed to run it.

Congress network:
The Congress Network is the decision making body in the BOScoin network which improves governance issues arising in decentralized organizations and helps the system continuously evolve into a more robust ecosystem. The Congress is composed of nodes that are live on the network. Only full-node operators have the voting rights to participate in decision-making process. This means BOScoin will be led by the peers who contribute to the BOScoin network.

source: https://www.boscoin.io/en/faq/


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Supercrypt on March 28, 2017, 06:50:22 PM
It depends on your understanding of what “big thing” is, if you are talking about something like litecoin or eth than there will be one eventually, these altcoins are just temporary, for example litecoin was the biggest coin after bitcoin but eth passed them, there will be another coin who will eventually pass eth one day. However if you are talking about “big thing” like bitcoin than I am afraid nothing will be another bitcoin or at least close to being as big as bitcoin.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: monsanto on March 28, 2017, 07:32:58 PM
The next "BIG THING" will probably be BIG increments.  This is technology designed for rich, lazy, and mentally challenged people. Imagine if bitcoin could only be transferred in $1 or $5 increments. Call this invention BlobCoin if you will.  BlobCoin is a coin that is only transferable in large value increments.  

So say you go to the BlobCoin store.. well everything is priced in Blobs in around $3 increments.  So now you don't have to think.. hmm should I buy this sandwich for $7.82 or this one for $10.23.. instead they're both just 1 BlobCoin each.  A rich person doesn't care if that drink is $4 or $7, and they will pay to not have to waste their time on that by using BlobCoin.  Same with a lazy guy who doesn't want to balance his checkbook with all these numbers.. now he can just take a glance.. yep.. around 100 Blobs deposit, and 100 Blobs payed out this month.. everything checks out.  Maybe some guy is in a motorcycle accident without a helmet.. he'd rather not do have to look and compare a bunch of numbers.. just put all the food at the supermarket in 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 (for organic) Blobs to make it easier.

The variance increases but over time it averages out plus the utility gain in time saved.

Blobcoin = Bitcoin - Variance + Time

Therefore Blobcoin > Bitcoin so long as the utility balance of Time$saved > Variance$lost ;)


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: hellsingfan on March 28, 2017, 10:15:06 PM
IOTA.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: iamnotback on March 28, 2017, 10:22:06 PM
A significant upward revaluation is happening right now:



It is cheap because almost no one knows about it yet. Originally it was backed with XMR, but now the XMR has been sold and reinvested in the now independent CK monetary unit.

Some better charts and quotes are apparently coming soon. I don't know if it will be listed on coinmarketcap because it is an unusual in game currency.

I heard the Bitcoin exchange is coming soon. So that should bring in much more liquidity which should I guess in theory could cause another significant revaluation higher in price.

What should I be doing with it?  Sell it?  Consume it?

Consider holding it, no one actually knows what is an utility of this gem.

Indeed for many reasons, one small but unbounded potential of which the King and one of his elder Knights (who might also be a King in the federation of another very valuable dimension) have reestablished their mutual commitments (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1837136.msg18369010#msg18369010).

There are several things you can do [i.e. what is this about?]

CK broadens the participation in the game of finance and WoT, a game of life, history, tradition, imagination, reality, and fiction, and thus I think it overlaps also the knowledge creation economy. There is unbounded unexplored territory to stake out for the kingdom.

Thinking $100m CK marketcap is orders-of-magnitude too small. It is a first step.

Can we recruit the King of the NBA and storytelling, Kobe Byrant to his rightful place in our kingdom! Why not!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YG0KKlkgCLQ
https://youtu.be/sPYKSovj1lM?t=236


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: italianMiner72 on March 29, 2017, 10:59:21 AM
ah ok sorry, that detail escaped me.
Still, interesting thread, I am looking forward to get more info on some of these coins aswell.

no problem!!!
 you are welcome.
if you have any tip about new coins...
plz contribute here, posting some info about it.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: unsoindovo on March 29, 2017, 11:12:37 AM
A significant upward revaluation is happening right now:



It is cheap because almost no one knows about it yet. Originally it was backed with XMR, but now the XMR has been sold and reinvested in the now independent CK monetary unit.

Some better charts and quotes are apparently coming soon. I don't know if it will be listed on coinmarketcap because it is an unusual in game currency.

I heard the Bitcoin exchange is coming soon. So that should bring in much more liquidity which should I guess in theory could cause another significant revaluation higher in price.


but is listed in some exchange?
i mean CK, cryptho Kingdom, is tradable???
searching aroud trex, polo and worldcoinindex but i have found nothig..


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: hansen.ng on March 30, 2017, 04:25:36 AM
I am optimist about:
1. Komodo and it's decentralize exchange
2.#minexcoin because It seems promising. Imagine owning a piece of a central bank (but without the emission of new money) that's governed by algorithm instead of human. Promising 33.6% annual growth,It worth a shot for me. Here is a link to their whitepaper: https://minexcoin.com/html/download/wpeng.pdf


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: innergy on April 05, 2017, 07:54:33 PM
Version 1.7.0 released https://github.com/byteball/byteball/releases

This version enables prediction markets based on P2P smart contracts. See https://medium.com/byteball/making-p2p-great-again-episode-iii-prediction-markets-f40d49c0abab

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C8plVJ-XcAAEs6U.png

Now you can bet on (or hedge against) any events and get paid if the event happens.  One type of events that is already working today is events based on exchange rates of crypto coins and major fiat currencies. 

You are welcome to add new oracles that post other real-world events and enable prediction markets based on these events.

Other updates:
* New translations thanks to community members: Hungarian, Swedish, Polish.  Dutch translation improved.
* Multiple small improvements and bugfixes

If you are running a full wallet, the upgrade is mandatory.  The new version extends the smart contract language.  As soon as the new language constructs are used for the fist time, old nodes will not recognize them and will be stuck until upgraded.

https://medium.com/byteball/making-p2p-great-again-episode-iii-prediction-markets-f40d49c0abab


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: monsanto on April 06, 2017, 03:52:28 AM
I am optimist about:
1. Komodo and it's decentralize exchange
2.#minexcoin because It seems promising. Imagine owning a piece of a central bank (but without the emission of new money) that's governed by algorithm instead of human. Promising 33.6% annual growth,It worth a shot for me. Here is a link to their whitepaper: https://minexcoin.com/html/download/wpeng.pdf

A lot of groups seem to be working to bring a decentralized exchange that actually has some functionality... one that people actually want to use. I'm still skeptical because lag issues, etc, will always make it an inferior user experience than with a centralized well. I'm also having a hard time understanding how a decentralized exchange will ever have fiat on/off ramps that work consistently. Of course the big selling point with dex is security and anonymity.  So it seems the future of these decentralized exchanges may rest on what regulators ultimately decide to do.  If there's some huge crackdown by the feds at some point maybe the dex will catch on.  Or if Polo went down mt gox style.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: n0ne on April 06, 2017, 04:45:59 AM
Large group of cryptocurrencies were found here and there with specific targeted​ token value. Among them only very few moves forward to the next level. Most of the altcoins are based on the same blockchain platform and only few experience growth. Most due to lack of funding and deficit in the development team causes a downfall. Recent days XMR seems to move potentially.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: jw_industry on April 06, 2017, 05:59:35 AM
Augmentors is the next "BIG THING"

it was also on the tv show shark tank

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwQlk7E4ihc


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: zulkarnaen on April 06, 2017, 01:58:03 PM
Ethereum possible large coin between altcoin the other, with the development of increasingly rapid Ethereum this would be a good thing for the progress in altcoin


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Spratan on April 07, 2017, 07:27:36 AM
The next big thing is something disruptive.
The only contenders are coins with a new techno, at least.
I see only 4 : Iota, Byteballl, Raiblocks, and perhaps skycoin.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: richmcrich on April 07, 2017, 07:45:28 PM
The next big thing is something disruptive.
The only contenders are coins with a new techno, at least.
I see only 4 : Iota, Byteballl, Raiblocks, and perhaps skycoin.
I don’t think so. I think a known version would be much better. Couple of things needed to create a coin that would skyrocket to the top VERY quickly.

Fristly it should be by someone who liked by almost everyone, Erik Vorhees (the old owner of satoshidice, founder of shapeshift) would be a good example, everyone likes him.

Than we need to have little to preferably no pre-mine needed. That way miners can get what they want. Than we need marketing paid from the pocket of the known person or developer team, as huge as chronobanks marketing.

Than we need to make it like mine it with anything type of deal, no asic or anything accepted, you can mine with your laptop if you want.

Than we need the ICO to end quicker than months of waiting.

Than we need to be on all exchanges and keep the price not going down at the beginning, (people might start selling early days) if all of these happens at the same time, you can create a bitcoin copy all I care and I would definetly be interested, everyone would be. So, no need to create a new tech to stand out.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: horek on April 07, 2017, 07:47:59 PM
I think DasCoin with their blockchain will make amazing work in this year. Their blockchain will be use in Blockchain Africa project. Hier you have video about this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVwq7Xmdix0&t=7s


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: andrei56 on April 08, 2017, 02:25:44 AM
there are a lot of new ICO in the altCoin world..
But who will be the real next "BIG THING" in the future round the corner??
Who, will be capable to introduce new real and useful features???

let's talk about!
There are some coins that I have not even heard about it, but if Iwere to choose one I will choose byteball since it is the one that I recognize the most and it seems to have some useful features for us to take advantage of.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: yelllowsin on April 13, 2017, 05:54:47 PM
This poll is a joke. What is your criteria on choosing which coins get into the poll? And how do you know it is not some manipulation scheme just to pump and later dump into the late comers.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Hazir on April 13, 2017, 06:10:05 PM
This poll is a joke. What is your criteria on choosing which coins get into the poll? And how do you know it is not some manipulation scheme just to pump and later dump into the late comers.
It is his poll and he had right to choose variety of coins he feel like fitting here. What is wrong with that?
You don't like it and don't see your favourite coin here? There is a way, please create your own version of the poll and include every coin you think was omitted.

IMO next big thing will be Litecoin with activated SegWit a possible other upgrades. I can't wait to see how much LTC could evolve with it.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: asdalani on April 13, 2017, 06:29:54 PM
I think DasCoin with their blockchain will make amazing work in this year. Their blockchain will be use in Blockchain Africa project. Hier you have video about this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVwq7Xmdix0&t=7s
I didn't read about this coin till now. It looks like a scam because there isn't a point of someone increasing the price for people and asking for the money to do so. Typical scam for the people inside the third-world Country.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: The Crypto Baron on April 13, 2017, 06:43:08 PM
I'm very bullish on PIVX, Ethereum, and NEM, and I think ZCash will develop well too.

As far as obscure ICOs go, Ethereum has a decentralized casino launching next week (March 31) called Etheroll (DICE token) that I think will do very well and simultaneously contribute to ETH scaling further.

There's a few more I have my eye on now, but haven't dug deep enough to feel I've done my due diligence to pursue or discuss.

^
since this post

PIVX has gone up 200%
NEM has gone up 50%
ETH has gone up 30%

You're welcome

PS. All of the above are going WAY higher  ;)


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: yelllowsin on April 13, 2017, 09:03:56 PM
This poll is a joke. What is your criteria on choosing which coins get into the poll? And how do you know it is not some manipulation scheme just to pump and later dump into the late comers.
It is his poll and he had right to choose variety of coins he feel like fitting here. What is wrong with that?
You don't like it and don't see your favourite coin here? There is a way, please create your own version of the poll and include every coin you think was omitted.

IMO next big thing will be Litecoin with activated SegWit a possible other upgrades. I can't wait to see how much LTC could evolve with it.

You are right, anyone can do whatever they want, it is their own karma. I am sorry for telling it was a joke, but it was the way i felt about it.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Robertqueen2 on April 13, 2017, 09:14:11 PM
I voted for matchpool, because they introduce new thing which haven't been intrduced using the blockchain, I liked the idea because they chose a huge industry, and the platform might attract people from outside the crypto community.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: truxton on April 13, 2017, 09:48:15 PM
Blocknet without a doubt. 


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: cerejobastos on April 13, 2017, 11:06:14 PM
Guys believe me, stratis will be huge aswell. Check it out


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Spratan on April 14, 2017, 10:11:19 AM
Byteball entered Bittrex


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: ubercool on April 14, 2017, 10:41:58 AM
Byteball entered Bittrex

Yes. Finally.. I have invested in ByteBall for some time now and its really great to see the price of it now. Look at the graph of ByteBall in coinmarketcap, the growth is exceptional and hope to see more in the coming future.
I have invested in ethbits and NEM recently.. Hope will have some profit in those.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Triload on April 14, 2017, 11:13:15 AM
Blocknet without a doubt. 

It has been dead for many years, bittrex delisted blocknet and xcurrency last year. Game over.

Guys believe me, stratis will be huge aswell. Check it out

Stratis is very big not, it will be more bigger, aka "huge". I agree with you.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Didin on April 14, 2017, 11:58:11 AM
I think DasCoin with their blockchain will make amazing work in this year. Their blockchain will be use in Blockchain Africa project. Hier you have video about this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVwq7Xmdix0&t=7s

what is this dascoin,, ?
something new or an MLM company with cryptocurrency as the product,, just like onecoin etc,,


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: truxton on April 17, 2017, 06:49:15 PM
Blocknet without a doubt.  

It has been dead for many years, bittrex delisted blocknet and xcurrency last year. Game over.



Really?  I think you are VERY out of date with your info.  You might want to get a clue before you go around talking rubbish.  Also Bittrex never delisted it. Get your facts straight.  You can go there and buy it right now.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=829576.6620

LTC and Bay about to be added to the Blocknet decentrlaised exchange.


https://cdn.pbrd.co/images/5l3q94L3V.png


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: silversmith on April 17, 2017, 07:38:58 PM
INSANE coin!


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: jack1111 on April 17, 2017, 08:18:09 PM
My favourite token is not listed, I think you forget it, ICONOMI is the next big thing in my opinion. Anyway, the list is not reasonable and some project have not started yet, they might fail to reach the minimum target and cancel the project.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: pugman on April 17, 2017, 11:48:44 PM
Bitbay
Edgeless
Blocknet


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: smaxz on April 18, 2017, 01:45:21 AM
none of the above. what is that garbage..

i think the last important altcoin development was in pascalcoin.. things have kind of gone south since in that camp tho.

in the future what we could use is something that can either prove a singular identity and distribute a share of the network accordingly, and/or prevent pool mining with the centralization and profiteering that comes along with it.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Jalum on April 18, 2017, 03:15:11 AM
The hype that is around IOTA is what gives thay coin potential. I am not sure if the other coins on that list has the potential to be the next best thing.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: seddik on April 18, 2017, 08:50:47 AM
i think TAAS is the next big thing... can you add it to the vote  :)


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: 3x2 on April 18, 2017, 10:08:36 AM
NEM , the only coin worth investing.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: creative~mind on April 18, 2017, 10:15:40 AM
The two coins with the best poll results certainly deserve the place on the list. I'm putting some effort into trying to understand the Directed Acyclic Graph algorithm, and it's interesting how these coins are trying to innovate.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: iv4n on April 18, 2017, 10:35:52 AM
Byteball have the most votes, and my choice was iota, second on the list. So not one, its two big things that we can expect this year to happen in altcoin world, of maybe even more, this alts are coming and going very fast.
Bitbay also look like interesting coin, just recently I started to read more about this coin, and looks like there can be something from this one.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: alien-fx2 on April 18, 2017, 11:38:33 AM
i think TAAS is the next big thing... can you add it to the vote  :)
I think it is possible, since the poll is not closed yet.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: fkod on April 18, 2017, 11:57:49 AM
Very good, very helpful topic. I'm thinking the next big thing is mobilego. Combines the game world with the power of the blockchain. Also they planned very smart earning and crypto financial ecosystem.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: truxton on April 18, 2017, 01:28:15 PM
Blocknet is zooming ahead in leaps and bounds right now.  

Litecoin will be added to the Blocknet Decentralised Exchange TODAY!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=829576.6680


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: asriloni on April 18, 2017, 02:36:25 PM
Taas is the next big thing, with the recent result of his ico. This will be considered as big platform. but I think we should be consider etherenity to be another best project.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: blksith0 on April 18, 2017, 02:48:37 PM
And while we're at it, let's try to predict the next penny-stock bubble.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Crypto-irkek on April 19, 2017, 01:05:17 AM
I will say blocknet. A very unique coin!


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: FOMOFish on April 19, 2017, 01:13:04 AM
Lisk is clearly being accumulated. I hope it crashes so I can buy more.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: el kaka22 on April 19, 2017, 08:13:51 PM
The funny thing about this topic is that the choices we are asked are very old by now in altcoin community.
There have been new coins that came out after this topic was created and some of those coins even surpassed the coins listed here.

Altcoins are constantly evolving, there are always coins who will worth zero and probably premined scams whereas there are coins who will be created by great people and will worth a lot one day, it will never stop being like that.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: LivingDeath on April 19, 2017, 09:49:54 PM
The nixt big things will be MOBILEGO and then IOTA I think.
By the way, WETRUST is on bittrex now.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: silversmith on April 20, 2017, 04:06:24 PM
The next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world is going to be massive sell-offs! Huge loses!


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: maku on April 20, 2017, 04:16:51 PM
What do you guys think of the Quantum project? I have seen signatures with their logo, they started aggressive promotion on bitcointalk.
I read though their announcement thread and I have mixed feelings. Has any coin before tried that system of periodical coin destruction?


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: dihari on April 20, 2017, 04:22:32 PM
What about wetrust? They have real project business plan to grow money with lending circles. No doubt the massive velocity of money can easily grow business. I see today when TRST coin first enter the market in bittrex, they have good price and unique volatility. I beleive this coin will have a good future.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: joeydangerous on April 20, 2017, 04:42:37 PM
My favourite token is not listed, I think you forget it, ICONOMI is the next big thing in my opinion. Anyway, the list is not reasonable and some project have not started yet, they might fail to reach the minimum target and cancel the project.
I am not so sure that ICONOMI has the potential to go up because they experienced a huge dump before and there's plenty of large wallets that are capable of doing it again.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: johnwest on April 20, 2017, 04:47:25 PM
Personally I think Iota and byteball may be the next Big Thing in the altcoin world. But I would suggest you to check out my signature, Quantum Project.  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1870606.0 (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1870606.0)
It is Backed up by Xaurum developers and Escrow with users of Bitcointalk like Yahoo, who is one of the best campaign managers here.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: s1lverbox on November 13, 2017, 09:08:49 PM
Definatelly byteball.org

Every day something coming out like new services and exchanges. Wallet is full of bots, oracles, prediction markets etc. just check  http://byteball.org (http://byteball.org)


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Papatohu on November 13, 2017, 09:21:09 PM
In the list you have proposed, I see none to become the true next big thing. Big things like Ethereum, The DAO or Waves.

Couldn't agree more. Waves should be on the list too.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: Papatohu on November 13, 2017, 09:32:31 PM
there are a lot of new ICO in the altCoin world..
But who will be the real next "BIG THING" in the future round the corner??
Who, will be capable to introduce new real and useful features???

let's talk about!

Byteball but also others not on the list, such as waves.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: An90dre on November 13, 2017, 11:48:10 PM
there are a lot of new ICO in the altCoin world..
But who will be the real next "BIG THING" in the future round the corner??
Who, will be capable to introduce new real and useful features???

let's talk about!

Byteball but also others not on the list, such as waves.

Waves, DIMCOIN, Ark, Adex and Omisego! Nice projects with huge potential!


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: MasterJek on November 14, 2017, 04:13:41 AM
I would also like to know more about future of this industry... from my experience, I feel that conferences could be a good way to learn bor what is a blockchain... I found this one https://blockshowasia.com/ and I'm thinking to go, but tickets are not so cheap, but I suppose it could worth it... what do you think guys? have you heard about it? what do you think about conferences as a way of learning and networking?


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: housebtc on November 14, 2017, 04:57:46 AM
Interesting that IOTA had just 22% while Byteball had the highest vote, looking at the list now, IOTA is the best performing project from the list, though project like Boscoin too has potential for real growth


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: TiffanyLien23 on November 14, 2017, 05:15:32 AM
Ethereum coin still got the highest positive impact of the world of digital coins.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: tstang on November 14, 2017, 10:22:56 PM
I would also like to know more about future of this industry... from my experience, I feel that conferences could be a good way to learn bor what is a blockchain... I found this one https://blockshowasia.com/ and I'm thinking to go, but tickets are not so cheap, but I suppose it could worth it... what do you think guys? have you heard about it? what do you think about conferences as a way of learning and networking?

Even it's expensive, I'm sure it worth it!


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: naglas on November 14, 2017, 10:55:19 PM
I would also like to know more about future of this industry... from my experience, I feel that conferences could be a good way to learn bor what is a blockchain... I found this one https://blockshowasia.com/ and I'm thinking to go, but tickets are not so cheap, but I suppose it could worth it... what do you think guys? have you heard about it? what do you think about conferences as a way of learning and networking?

I think it's too much! Like 20% lower price I would go there...


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: NiceIT on November 15, 2017, 01:08:11 AM
I would also like to know more about future of this industry... from my experience, I feel that conferences could be a good way to learn bor what is a blockchain... I found this one https://blockshowasia.com/ and I'm thinking to go, but tickets are not so cheap, but I suppose it could worth it... what do you think guys? have you heard about it? what do you think about conferences as a way of learning and networking?

I think it's too much! Like 20% lower price I would go there...

I agree! I think it's a great idea if you have money... I would go... but it's in Singapore and tickets for the conference are expensive for me


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: tristan1960 on November 15, 2017, 01:10:01 AM
Interesting that IOTA had just 22% while Byteball had the highest vote, looking at the list now, IOTA is the best performing project from the list, though project like Boscoin too has potential for real growth

No matter what the voting says, Ethereum will change the fundamentals of this coin world. Its transaction speed is amazing compared with bitcoin's speed. Its smart contracts are amazing and can be feasible in several business. Token creation, everything is perfect in Ethereum platform.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: tigervn on November 15, 2017, 01:17:49 AM
Although the new altcoin has good technique and great pr team management campaign but I think ETH is still the number one altcoin. ETH is widely used by the community. ICO projects are currently very hot and ICOs are primarily based on ETH. This makes ETH very sustainable.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: MasterJek on November 15, 2017, 01:58:56 AM
I would also like to know more about future of this industry... from my experience, I feel that conferences could be a good way to learn bor what is a blockchain... I found this one https://blockshowasia.com/ and I'm thinking to go, but tickets are not so cheap, but I suppose it could worth it... what do you think guys? have you heard about it? what do you think about conferences as a way of learning and networking?

Even it's expensive, I'm sure it worth it!

I bought my ticket cheaper.. with promo code VIP30.. I think you can use it too, it will be 30% discount, what is huge discount imo


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: mullenrodney on November 15, 2017, 03:14:10 AM
Haven't heard of Byteball. What do you think Raiden would be?


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: kittie11 on November 15, 2017, 03:21:21 AM
ICO's have come a long way and continues to exceed our expectation. ICO as a new business model leveraging blockchain technology will sustain as the digital way , combining crowdfunding and a new hybrid asset class of equity ownership and currency.

The one who caught my eye is Propthereum.io. They are an upcoming asset backed coin. If you are interested in investing in ICOs, i suggest you check them out. They are expecting a 1566% coin appreciation in a short period of time.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: traderethereum on November 15, 2017, 06:05:46 AM
i only thinking that the next big thing in altcoin world is we can have another party because altcoin price will be increase again so we can sell our altcoin. but i don't think that the ico will be the next thing because there are too many ico that is launch today and we need to determine which ico that will bring success to us. beside that, we need to know the project before we join with them and it is really difficult to know the good ico. i think byteball will be the next good coins in the market.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: NiceIT on November 23, 2017, 02:32:48 PM
I would also like to know more about future of this industry... from my experience, I feel that conferences could be a good way to learn bor what is a blockchain... I found this one https://blockshowasia.com/ and I'm thinking to go, but tickets are not so cheap, but I suppose it could worth it... what do you think guys? have you heard about it? what do you think about conferences as a way of learning and networking?


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: priyankg3 on November 23, 2017, 02:48:18 PM
NEO is the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: aoiaao on November 23, 2017, 02:55:22 PM
I would have to say SingularDTV they are bringing a whole ecosystem of usable dApps online.

Their mission is also to bridge the cap between everyday people and the crypto world. so people will be able to buy their services with fiat and those will be converted to ETH for them, and used to buy SingularDTV services, like watching movies on Ethervision etc.

and theres going to be a revenue/dividends for SNGLS holders based on the percentage they are holding.


Title: Re: What's the next "BIG THING" in the altcoin world
Post by: alexabitt on November 23, 2017, 02:56:04 PM
the real big thing is bitcoin. altcoins are just their insurance for sudden crash. maybe