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December 29, 2013, 08:00:55 PM
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How do we stop a new coin every day? This will kill the whole idea eventually as it cannot be sustainable to have hundreds of virtual currencies?

I thought 30 was enough but now I don't even know what to buy/mine anymore.

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December 29, 2013, 08:37:51 PM
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How do we stop a new coin every day? This will kill the whole idea eventually as it cannot be sustainable to have hundreds of virtual currencies?

I thought 30 was enough but now I don't even know what to buy/mine anymore.

The free market will fix it!
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December 29, 2013, 10:06:12 PM
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NXT is NOT premined. You trolls should study again.


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After your post, I took my time to look more properly into the way NXT generates coins, especially what "forging" is supposed to be.

Interestingly enough, the current NXT thread uses the term "mining" several times (though stuff like their FAQ on the wiki makes it clear that "premined" is indeed not fitting). Instead of calling people who, thus, misunderstand the way NXT were available from the start "trolls", you should probably call out to whoever is maintaining the NXT thread.

Next, I'd like to inform you about the official NXT wiki linked in the thread, which contains the following statement regarding "premining":

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The only way to implement this form of currency is to issue all available coins in the genesis block.

I'm not too deep into the technical aspects of cryptocurrencies yet, but isn't that, on a technological level, the same as an instamined coin? Where's the technological difference to that? If it's the same, then why make a difference in regards to terminology to the other coins in the opening post, which are described using that term? And before you tell me "because NXT is not mined": couldn't I simply create a new crypto, make it 100% premined (thus making classical mining obsolete) and say it's not mined? How would that differ?

Last, forging does not generate new coins, but recycles those already available. You are free to watch their information video on how NXT is "mined" for that.

tl;dr: the way coins from NXT are available right from the start does not differ from the way any instamined coin is available right from the start, as far as I understand it. Thus, the coin should be described with the same term describing other coins which have some coins instamined. You guys are free to correct me on this issue. Still, even if I am wrong, there has to be a clear statement which tells someone looking at this list that NXT was at one billion coins right from the start, especially to clear up possible confusion and misunderstandings about its current, potentially misleading market capitalization.
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December 29, 2013, 10:30:29 PM
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Sorting coinmarketcap.com by volume (descending) gives a far better picture of just how "important" each coin is. Even more so if coinmarketcap can implement 90-day average volume. (for new coins, this would be zero for how ever many days before launch).

(Note for example where ripple is on market cap, vs. where it is on a volume basis).

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December 29, 2013, 11:17:39 PM
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NXT is NOT premined. You trolls should study again.


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Hey Pinarello:
Which coin is better eMu or Nxt?  Grin

Is emu still around?

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December 29, 2013, 11:46:42 PM
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NXT is NOT premined. You trolls should study again.


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Hey Pinarello:
Which coin is better eMu or Nxt?  Grin

Is emu still around?

in Beta.
Pin used eMu Avatar and wrote Nxt is the future, so i'm kinda confuse which side he's on.
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December 30, 2013, 02:11:00 AM
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Well at least your coin got listed

My coin was ignored / not just here on this list by many people I contacted.

This is a mans club , no women welcome

Fuck you all

Just a clone these nuts nigga, fuck you xorxor

Is this bitcointalk?

says a lot of you as person your on ingnore with me pall

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December 30, 2013, 02:19:56 AM
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NXT is NOT premined. You trolls should study again.


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After your post, I took my time to look more properly into the way NXT generates coins, especially what "forging" is supposed to be.

Interestingly enough, the current NXT thread uses the term "mining" several times (though stuff like their FAQ on the wiki makes it clear that "premined" is indeed not fitting). Instead of calling people who, thus, misunderstand the way NXT were available from the start "trolls", you should probably call out to whoever is maintaining the NXT thread.

Next, I'd like to inform you about the official NXT wiki linked in the thread, which contains the following statement regarding "premining":

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The only way to implement this form of currency is to issue all available coins in the genesis block.

I'm not too deep into the technical aspects of cryptocurrencies yet, but isn't that, on a technological level, the same as an instamined coin? Where's the technological difference to that? If it's the same, then why make a difference in regards to terminology to the other coins in the opening post, which are described using that term? And before you tell me "because NXT is not mined": couldn't I simply create a new crypto, make it 100% premined (thus making classical mining obsolete) and say it's not mined? How would that differ?

Last, forging does not generate new coins, but recycles those already available. You are free to watch their information video on how NXT is "mined" for that.

tl;dr: the way coins from NXT are available right from the start does not differ from the way any instamined coin is available right from the start, as far as I understand it. Thus, the coin should be described with the same term describing other coins which have some coins instamined. You guys are free to correct me on this issue. Still, even if I am wrong, there has to be a clear statement which tells someone looking at this list that NXT was at one billion coins right from the start, especially to clear up possible confusion and misunderstandings about its current, potentially misleading market capitalization.
+1 on this . its realy clear that its premined but anyway i think it will go up and up and make its developers too reach .
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December 30, 2013, 02:47:40 AM
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Well at least your coin got listed

My coin was ignored / not just here on this list by many people I contacted.

This is a mans club , no women welcome

Fuck you all

Just a clone these nuts nigga, fuck you xorxor

Is this bitcointalk?

says a lot of you as person your on ingnore with me pall

you'll be sorely missed

you really gotta bug the crap out of xorxor if you want him to add your coin to this list. i wouldn't pay it much mind. OSC is ignored largely and is doing just fine. a coin can survive without these pumper biased fools if its worthy. I'm sure cinnamon coin will do fine.

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December 30, 2013, 07:01:39 AM
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When is the Illuminati coin and NWO(new world order coin ) getting released ?
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December 30, 2013, 02:26:54 PM
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XPM has an incredible innovation, in that it performs scientific computing as a consequence.  Should be bumped.

This whole post is so...twitter.

Do you even mine?
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December 30, 2013, 07:27:31 PM
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Catcoin (CAT) will be at Difficulty 256 by the end of today. The future looks very promising for this 9 day old Scrypt coin. Just thought I'd post this so Catcoin could be added to the list of all cryptocoins Smiley
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December 30, 2013, 09:10:05 PM
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Learn what PoS is before commenting that something is 'pre-mined".


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December 30, 2013, 10:27:35 PM
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Please add Catcoin!

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December 30, 2013, 11:01:12 PM
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I question the rationale for relegating Tagcoin to "Purgatory" because it's "just a clone."

I have researched Tagcoin, and it seems to be backed up by an actual company with an actual development team and business model:

http://tagcoin.org/

http://tagbond.com/

http://tagbond.com/site/tagverts

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=317408.0

http://coinmarketcap.com/

Please move Tagcoin to the land of the living where it deserves to be!
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December 31, 2013, 02:49:48 AM
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Big update done.

1st anniversary edition Cheesy

There is over 35 new coins added, there might be some errors, please check and help to correct them.
Feel to suggest changes in categorisation.

Thanks everyone here for motivation to work.

it Looks like APC applecoin is missing
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December 31, 2013, 08:21:35 AM
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It's becoming like Linux distros. New coin every day, but as someone said above the free market will fix it. Open source is a genius idea and everything will stabilize eventually. And just like with linux, there will be Bitcoin and Litecoin and everyone else will still exist but will not be used much.

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December 31, 2013, 09:24:23 AM
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I think the current state of affairs regarding alt coins is very daunting for newcomers and will hurt the crypto market in the long run.

This forum resembles everything which is wrong with crypto currency at the moment. It is full of greedy people just trying to make the quick buck, manipulating others, spreading lies, trying to make their own coins benefit at the cost of the truth, at the cost of others, at the cost of crypto currency in general.

Also look at how many copy clone coins are being spammed here every day. There is not even a critical judgement of these new coins anymore. Every new coin is labeled as the next big thing and to da moon.. just because everybody wants to make the quick bug and because people have their mining setup in place and need to throw it at something new and hope to make up for the costs.

If you take an outside perspective on all of this it is quite laughable actually.. the community destroys itself instead of taking the incredible head start advantage everyone on here still has out of pure greed.

I don't believe the market is mature enough to handle this.. my assumption is that we are building up a bubble which will pop rather sooner than later due to all the pumping. Maybe when everything is shattered, the second run for the alt coin community will go down better..
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December 31, 2013, 10:20:22 AM
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Learn what PoS is before commenting that something is 'pre-mined".


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PoS and pre-mined are unrelated concepts. A PoS-coin can be used to generate new coins (PeerCoin) or just recycle existing coins (NXT).
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December 31, 2013, 11:31:31 AM
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Add QQcoin ! A good coin, good lauching, pool, easy to mine...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=389238.0


 
 
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