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21  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Ethereum to fix TheDAO theft. hard fork != hard fork != holy grail != roll back on: July 04, 2016, 01:32:26 PM
Can i ask what's the minimum amount of coins required to be stolen for a rollback? Will you roll back for anyone or just for people who are friends with the devs?

Why am i not getting a straight forward answer to this?
22  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: How to identify altcoin worth investing in? on: July 03, 2016, 11:34:14 PM



Well, I thought if you share the coins, it could add to the hype and reward you.

Btw how many coins have you invested in?
How much profit in % have you made?
How long are you watching it?



Worth looking into:
-Vertcoin
-Dogecoin
-Unobtanium
-Litecoin
-Digibyte

(my personal preferences)

profit was good so far but i'm also not the worst of traders which helps - that being said, i suffered 100% losses on some coins in the past. It can always happen. It's important to be diversified. Never put too much on a single coin.


Generally new coins are riskier than older coins


Also: stay away from icos and presales of any kind as the one issuing it can buy into those himself and thus there is no way to tell how rigged the distribution of those coins is. Ico-coins are generally very unsafe and shouldn't be looked at as longterm investements.

Hope it helps a little.
23  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: How to identify altcoin worth investing in? on: July 03, 2016, 11:28:04 PM


Do you have in mind some altcoins in particular?
What sites do you use to keep track of all those information?

No, don't want to name coins, you got to find them yourself.

There is no unbiased source that lists info - you've got to keep track yourself.

Best is to conduct some rudimentary reseach in top 100 on CMC and find the coins that you think are good or interesting for you, then do deep research on them, then only invest in a hand full and keep good track of those you invested in. That's how i'm doing it.

From time to time look what's new on the market.

It takes a while until you know your ways around alts. The space is also moving fast. You're never done researching.
24  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: WHICH COIN HAS THE LOWEST ANNUAL CREATION INFLATION ? on: July 03, 2016, 11:18:29 PM
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not going to react to any more comments from jwinterm

*Posts two more posts reacting to jwinterm* Cheesy

Sorry for veering off topic, OP, can't resist trolling clone coin shitcoiners with super fast emission curves.

Another coin with really fast emission, and thus really low creation inflation is digitalnote (formerly darknote, formerly ducknote), which actually does offer some innovations over the coin it forked from (bytecoin), such as encrypted on and off blockchain messaging, as well as interest bearing deposits that are being worked into a proof-of-activity to supplement proof-of-work.



lol, "ducknote" - that was so low priced i could have bought 20% of it for a few hundred bucks. Someone else probably did just that.

Pahaha, what a crap you talk. lmao
25  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: WHICH COIN HAS THE LOWEST ANNUAL CREATION INFLATION ? on: July 03, 2016, 10:53:16 PM
It was probably too difficult to mine for you and now you're butthurt  Tongue

btw the thread is only selfmoderated so people like you don't vomit all over it. Deleted posts since creation is less than 20 - and those were completely undesireable posts like malware-links or pumping of other coins or whatnot.


Yeah, we've got a specific hater here, lol.
I think it speaks for Uno how weak your critique actually is since you seem to invest considerable energy in trashtalking it but still fail, lol
26  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: WHICH COIN HAS THE LOWEST ANNUAL CREATION INFLATION ? on: July 03, 2016, 10:43:40 PM
emission curve is shown on the website unobtanium.uno

Mining was open to everyone at any time, launch was undisputed fair. Difficulty was high troughout.

Bitcoin code = secure code (not a clone at all actually, more a piece of art)

It's not a coin for everyone.

27  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: DAO Attack Nullified Using Synereo’s Smart Contracting Language on: July 03, 2016, 10:40:56 PM
tl,dr
28  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Ethereum to fix TheDAO theft. hard fork != hard fork != holy grail != roll back on: July 03, 2016, 10:27:59 PM
Can i ask what's the minimum amount of coins required to be stolen for a rollback? Will you roll back for anyone or just for people who are friends with the devs?
29  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: WHICH COIN HAS THE LOWEST ANNUAL CREATION INFLATION ? on: July 03, 2016, 09:56:58 PM
It's a clone of bitcoin with nothing changed except the emission parameters. Why would someone want to use a bitcoin clone that offers nothing over bitcoin except emitting all the coins really fast so they're held by a relatively small amount of people? The market seems to agree with me, as the coin has a decent marketcap, ~$500k, but miserable volume, only about $700 in past 24 hours. So, to me it looks like early adopters/large holders propping up the price, but no one wants to join in and buy their "rare and valuable" clone shit.

I do like to trashtalk, but I wouldn't say I'm a hater, I don't care enough to hate, just like to troll a bit on shitcointalk Cheesy

Also, where are you getting,
Quote
Distribution of Uno is better than in most coins. Fact.
?

Someone around here once said, "Can you back up your claims?"

It's 3 minute blocks - btc is 10 minutes. You're shown to be wrong already from that fact alone.
You use a coin based on bitcoin code because it's easier to maintain and keeping it updated. Why would you make things more complicated than they have to be?
If you think it offers nothing over bitcoin, then just don't buy it. Why do you even care?

2 years emisson is 'really fast'? You're not even making any sense, sorry.

It's a commmodity and used mainly to store value. Low volume is quite normal for commodities like that as it's not transacted often (some wallets haven't moved in years - #3 didn't move 1 year; #7 didn't move for 2 years; #10 on richlist didn't move for 3 friggin years!) because again: commodity not currency but that's probably too much for you to wrap the head around as you don't seem to have any clue about what money actually is. You seem to think "features" are money  Cheesy
What "features" does your goldbar have? Yeah, that's a yelllow pet-rock too, that's just completely useless. People who think like that will always be broke.

If you look longterm charts the price is on the floor right now. It's not "propped up" at all right now.

Go to the blockexplorer and know #1 wallet is ex-cryptsy-coldstore currently with the receiver (should be auctioned off to the community within a year or two). The rest are individual holders. I have been with the community for quite some time and been watching movements on the blockchain on a daily basis - i do know what i'm talking about.
You've got 15 to 30 large investors and up to 200 medium investors and countless small ones. That's the deal with it.
Better than most coins, really.

But since you actually outed yourself already as a troll i think we're done here. Everyone should make their own research and come to own conclusions.

Here's the richlist: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/uno/#!rich (cryptsy-labels are wrong - just ignore those)
Distribution is totally healthy compared to what most other coins have to offer around here.


not going to react to any more comments from jwinterm
30  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: How to identify altcoin worth investing in? on: July 03, 2016, 09:43:16 PM
I wonder guys, how do you determine if the altcoin is worth investing in?

It has two parts.
What do you regularly check to find out about new altcoins?
How do you decide if it's worth investing in?

Well and next - how do you keep track of all changes in already established altcoins?

Really interested to read your thoughts. Smiley

To determine if it's worth investing you need to watch the coin for 6 to 8 months at least. Most coins die within the first year. So after 1st year it's worth looking at it. By then there is enough history to see what the deal is.
Next is the specs - they need to be solid. A solid equilibrium between the interest of miners and interest of investors and interest of devs must be struck.
Next, the chain should not have forked often as many forks indicate the dev has no clue what he's doing.

Keeping track only of the best of coins.

Best entry after hype is long gone and market is flushed from greedy money and coin is on floor in sideways movement for longtime.
31  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Capricoin - Value fluctuation on: July 03, 2016, 09:39:40 PM
wtf is capricoin?
32  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: WHICH COIN HAS THE LOWEST ANNUAL CREATION INFLATION ? on: July 03, 2016, 09:13:33 PM
I'm not complaining, just commenting that it's a piece of shit clone with no feature besides handing the majority of the distribution to a serial coin cloner.

It's not even a clone and the majority of coins is not held by Bryce for all i know (biggest holders currently are people who bought it on the market for real money - and it will alway be that way because it can't be obtained any other way in quantity now - that's the whole point of it). Why not just say "i hate it because i hate the dev". That's way shorter.
Your accusation to distribution have zero foundation in reality. Can you back up your claims?

Pretty sure if Bryce was asked he would even tell you how much he holds. I'd guess a ton or two if any.
You're basically just a hater who likes to trashtalk.

Distribution of Uno is better than in most coins. Fact.  In particularly much better than in the coins you named. They are extremely monopolized. Anyone doing just a bit of research can find out easily.
33  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [UNO] Unobtanium Info & Discussion - Update to 0.10 Wallet - Merge Mine w/BTC! on: July 03, 2016, 06:04:02 PM
I need historic USD/BTC lows to get new money in.  Angry

The eth-hype sucked a lot of money out of other markets. ETH should selfdestruct shortterm so that money should come back  Wink

Also btc is headed down.
People can decide if they want to dump for $ or hedge with UNO. We've seen Uno do well during btc bearmarkets before.
I think we could be in for a little bear-episode in btc currently. Btc right now at important support-line. If it would break 650 down we could see some longs liquidate and another leg down. That's my TA at least.
34  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: WHICH COIN HAS THE LOWEST ANNUAL CREATION INFLATION ? on: July 03, 2016, 05:43:53 PM


That's because Bryce Weiner mined all of the UNO in the first year and now there's nothing left to be emitted on super fast emission curve - front-load emission and mine the shit out of it, then once 99% of coins are mined switch it to merge mining. It's also disingenuous to say that the hashrate is stronger than LTC when UNO uses sha256, which is ~1000x faster than scrypt, which LTC uses. So UNO has a hashrate of ~50 Th/s and LTC has a hashrate of 1 Th/s, if you factor in the 1000x more difficult algo of scrypt versus sha256, then LTC is actually 20x more secure than UNO in terms of hashrate.

On another note, there's plenty of PoS coins without any inflation. See NXT, NEM, QORA, etc.

Why complain? You could have mined it too (and probably did) - it's not like the network isn't public, is it?
Also price is still low so you can easily buy a good position. How else would you achive low inflation if not by frontloading the emission over 2 years like Uno did?
I think 2 years was more than enough time for everyone to mine some. I got no sympathy for people complaining like you do.

It's the best in low inflation crypto has to offer; there is no real competion to it. It has a commited community and everything else. Try to create something better and make it resilient like uno is, then come back and unload your critique. But as long as you got nothing better to offer, what are you even on about?

It's the best low-inflation-coin this industry was able to produce. That's reality.

POS can't compare to POW; and you know that.
Don't get me started about NEM or Qora .. or NXT, all of them ICO-coins and that's not the only problem they have.
35  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: WHICH COIN HAS THE LOWEST ANNUAL CREATION INFLATION ? on: July 03, 2016, 05:37:39 PM
I'm looking on Coinmarketcap 100 website, but I do not see the field for "annual coin creation inflation" for comparison.

Can anybody point me to a website that offers a comparison for this most critical coin aspect?

Thanks in advance.

-I0coin (no more blockreward)
-Ixcoin (no more blockreward)
-Unobtanium (micro-blockreward for next 300 years)

are the ones with the lowest creation inflation in all of crypto. I've been on the same path as you. A website that lists this metric would be nice - i don't know of any.
36  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [UNO] Unobtanium Info & Discussion - Update to 0.10 Wallet - Merge Mine w/BTC! on: June 30, 2016, 05:08:56 AM
300k LTC went missing with cryptsy. Maybe that's why it doesn't look so good?
37  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Ethereum: Welcome to the Beginning on: June 29, 2016, 05:43:47 PM
This turned out to be a really good call.

38  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Details of ETH attack? on: June 28, 2016, 05:33:22 PM


Thanks to all replies!

Do I understand correctly, that other ETH projects are "buggy" for the same reason as DAO, and it's better to avoid any project based on "contracts"?

Hardfork will not change the situation, will it?

I'd suggest to not catch the falling knife. Watch from a distance and see what's left when the dust settles. 'Smart contracts' not ready for primetime. It's aparently very hard to code a secure contract on eth. They said something like 70% of all exisitng ones would be vulnerable and that's just the vectors they know.
Don't believe a word though. Make your own research in the topics because people in the forum are full of shit and many will lie to you to make you buy or sell or are just misinformed themselves.
Crypto can sometimes fall 99%, so be aware of potential downside risk even when it would come down 90% it could still have 90% further to go.
Currently it's very expensive.

Hardforks should be many expected said Vlad Zamfir - so it's actually officially a shitcoin with no relevance, at least in my book.

If i wanted in i'd patiently wait the dumps out. This could dump for months on end now. Likely dumps for 2 or 3 weeks at least, maybe much longer.  Some people expect sub 1$

Make sure to do due dillegence and draw your own conclusions. Nobody of us has a crystal ball.
Personally i think the contract-hype is over for now, maybe i'm wrong but i'd be surprised if i was.
39  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: I think Ethereum will be finished after this attack on: June 28, 2016, 05:23:41 PM
It was dead on arrival, not everyone could see it.
40  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: What's the deal with the sudden ETH drop? on: June 28, 2016, 05:08:43 PM
Possible Ddos the softfork. They're tripping every step on the way now. They can't even get their blockchain censorship out the door without a fuckup  Roll Eyes

http://hackingdistributed.com/2016/06/28/ethereum-soft-fork-dos-vector/
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