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October 23, 2013, 03:36:59 PM
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I guess the OP better be anonymous. Else, any sorting whatsoever will get him hate and threats.

That's why instead of everyone trying to push their own favorite alts up we should establish some objective criteria for categorizing coins. From the top of my head:

* age (reason: newcomers have to prove themselves before they can be taken seriously)
* hashrate (reason: measure of community support, albeit questionable. Tricky due to variety of algorithms, PoW/PoS differences etc.)
* trade volume at exchanges (reason: measure of market support)
* market cap  (reason: measure of market support, albeit questionable without significant trade volume)
* transaction volume per day (reason: measure of usefulness, but questionable)

Ideas, anyone?

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October 23, 2013, 04:22:51 PM
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I guess the OP better be anonymous. Else, any sorting whatsoever will get him hate and threats.

That's why instead of everyone trying to push their own favorite alts up we should establish some objective criteria for categorizing coins. From the top of my head:

* age (reason: newcomers have to prove themselves before they can be taken seriously)
* hashrate (reason: measure of community support, albeit questionable. Tricky due to variety of algorithms, PoW/PoS differences etc.)
* trade volume at exchanges (reason: measure of market support)
* market cap  (reason: measure of market support, albeit questionable without significant trade volume)
* transaction volume per day (reason: measure of usefulness, but questionable)

Ideas, anyone?


from a commercial perspective always nice to know how many clients/wallets they have had downloaded, if there is a technical way to track this then great.


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October 23, 2013, 04:34:39 PM
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I guess the OP better be anonymous. Else, any sorting whatsoever will get him hate and threats.

That's why instead of everyone trying to push their own favorite alts up we should establish some objective criteria for categorizing coins. From the top of my head:

* age (reason: newcomers have to prove themselves before they can be taken seriously)
* hashrate (reason: measure of community support, albeit questionable. Tricky due to variety of algorithms, PoW/PoS differences etc.)
* trade volume at exchanges (reason: measure of market support)
* market cap  (reason: measure of market support, albeit questionable without significant trade volume)
* transaction volume per day (reason: measure of usefulness, but questionable)

Ideas, anyone?


from a commercial perspective always nice to know how many clients/wallets they have had downloaded, if there is a technical way to track this then great.



Yes would like also to know that
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October 23, 2013, 07:25:19 PM
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I guess the OP better be anonymous. Else, any sorting whatsoever will get him hate and threats.

That's why instead of everyone trying to push their own favorite alts up we should establish some objective criteria for categorizing coins. From the top of my head:

* age (reason: newcomers have to prove themselves before they can be taken seriously)
* hashrate (reason: measure of community support, albeit questionable. Tricky due to variety of algorithms, PoW/PoS differences etc.)
* trade volume at exchanges (reason: measure of market support)
* market cap  (reason: measure of market support, albeit questionable without significant trade volume)
* transaction volume per day (reason: measure of usefulness, but questionable)

Ideas, anyone?


from a commercial perspective always nice to know how many clients/wallets they have had downloaded, if there is a technical way to track this then great.



Yes would like also to know that

Well, the list could be sorted by a combined score but this score should be resistant to manipulation. Take downloads for example. This one is easy to pump by buying some downloads from a botnet for $1.5.
Exchange trade volume? There are exchanges that don't charge fees, so again you might invite scammers to pump the volume.
A) Exchange trade fees of the last 30d in $$? Would be a good one but it's not as easy to determine.
B) Age in seconds is easy and a block chain surviving should be a sign of stability that is hard to fake.
C) Market cap in $$ is definitely worth a thought.
D) Number of running nodes.

score = A * 30 + B * 0.1 + C * D * 0.0001 … something along these lines. Sure the formula and the constants can be tuned to make the one or the other look good but we should talk about a formula and not just one determining value. That said: I have no AltCoins at all and feel like 99% of them are get rich quick schemes by the people running them but I don't want to be the last to know if any of them actually is to be taken seriously.

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October 24, 2013, 10:32:36 AM
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thank for the info

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October 24, 2013, 02:45:11 PM
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I guess the OP better be anonymous. Else, any sorting whatsoever will get him hate and threats.

That's why instead of everyone trying to push their own favorite alts up we should establish some objective criteria for categorizing coins. From the top of my head:

* age (reason: newcomers have to prove themselves before they can be taken seriously)
* hashrate (reason: measure of community support, albeit questionable. Tricky due to variety of algorithms, PoW/PoS differences etc.)
* trade volume at exchanges (reason: measure of market support)
* market cap  (reason: measure of market support, albeit questionable without significant trade volume)
* transaction volume per day (reason: measure of usefulness, but questionable)

Ideas, anyone?


Excellent Idea!!!   Now we just need to turn those DATA POINTS into Some SCORE

Age in Days Blockchain active  =     ######  Days  (up to 400 years old)
hashrate in MH/s                   =     ####### Mh/s (up to Petabytes)
Market Cap in USD thousands$ =     #######  (up to billions $)

Trade volume 
has to be standardized to
BTC Value of Exchange of Alt Coin  =  ######  BTC Value of Daily Exchange Trades

Transactions per day or per block?  = ######  absolute number or avg. trans./block?

I would be very interested in working with others on such a tool ... - digeros

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October 25, 2013, 02:10:25 PM
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October 28, 2013, 07:47:19 PM
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Can the OP add TagCoin please


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October 29, 2013, 02:07:24 AM
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To be added to the OP. I noticed that DMT is not included: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_currency#Non-cryptocurrencies

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

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Orlin_Grabbe#Digital_Monetary_Trust
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October 29, 2013, 06:49:33 PM
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October 30, 2013, 04:16:53 PM
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Just thought I would share this thread, it's a post outlining the future of altcoins:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=321086.0


My Negative Rating is For Bringing a Dead Thread Back to Life, Just BTW. Click The Link To See For Yourself.
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November 01, 2013, 03:09:58 PM
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I guess the OP better be anonymous. Else, any sorting whatsoever will get him hate and threats.

That's why instead of everyone trying to push their own favorite alts up we should establish some objective criteria for categorizing coins. From the top of my head:

* age (reason: newcomers have to prove themselves before they can be taken seriously)
* hashrate (reason: measure of community support, albeit questionable. Tricky due to variety of algorithms, PoW/PoS differences etc.)
* trade volume at exchanges (reason: measure of market support)
* market cap  (reason: measure of market support, albeit questionable without significant trade volume)
* transaction volume per day (reason: measure of usefulness, but questionable)

Ideas, anyone?


Excellent Idea!!!   Now we just need to turn those DATA POINTS into Some SCORE

Age in Days Blockchain active  =     ######  Days  (up to 400 years old)
hashrate in MH/s                   =     ####### Mh/s (up to Petabytes)
Market Cap in USD thousands$ =     #######  (up to billions $)

Trade volume 
has to be standardized to
BTC Value of Exchange of Alt Coin  =  ######  BTC Value of Daily Exchange Trades

Transactions per day or per block?  = ######  absolute number or avg. trans./block?

I would be very interested in working with others on such a tool ... - digeros

I would say that the market cap is a really good indicator and maybe the growing rate and age.
http://coinmarketcap.com/

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November 01, 2013, 07:50:55 PM
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I guess the OP better be anonymous. Else, any sorting whatsoever will get him hate and threats.

That's why instead of everyone trying to push their own favorite alts up we should establish some objective criteria for categorizing coins. From the top of my head:

* age (reason: newcomers have to prove themselves before they can be taken seriously)
* hashrate (reason: measure of community support, albeit questionable. Tricky due to variety of algorithms, PoW/PoS differences etc.)
* trade volume at exchanges (reason: measure of market support)
* market cap  (reason: measure of market support, albeit questionable without significant trade volume)
* transaction volume per day (reason: measure of usefulness, but questionable)

Ideas, anyone?


Excellent Idea!!!   Now we just need to turn those DATA POINTS into Some SCORE

Age in Days Blockchain active  =     ######  Days  (up to 400 years old)
hashrate in MH/s                   =     ####### Mh/s (up to Petabytes)
Market Cap in USD thousands$ =     #######  (up to billions $)

Trade volume 
has to be standardized to
BTC Value of Exchange of Alt Coin  =  ######  BTC Value of Daily Exchange Trades

Transactions per day or per block?  = ######  absolute number or avg. trans./block?

I would be very interested in working with others on such a tool ... - digeros

I would say that the market cap is a really good indicator and maybe the growing rate and age.
http://coinmarketcap.com/


will try it to see how it works
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November 02, 2013, 05:40:10 PM
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November 03, 2013, 10:36:56 AM
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Could you add Extremecoin on that list please?

It is listed on both BTER.com and CoinEX.pw

Thanks.
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November 04, 2013, 04:25:30 PM
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+ FireFlyCoin sha256


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November 04, 2013, 06:08:23 PM
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Could you add Extremecoin on that list please?

It is listed on both BTER.com and CoinEX.pw

Thanks.
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November 06, 2013, 11:23:24 AM
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McCoin.

Exclusively for spending in participating McDonalds "restaurants"

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November 07, 2013, 10:24:34 PM
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lol, ok that one was funny

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November 07, 2013, 11:49:41 PM
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Extremecoin has to be on there now.

Reward drop now down from 200 to 1 but the price is still holding, the miners are still supporting the coin and we have so many active services in development for EXC due to be released soon.
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