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TIER ONE A-level
BTC https://www.coinhills.com/market/btc/
ETH https://www.coinhills.com/market/eth/
LTC https://www.coinhills.com/market/ltc/
xrp  https://www.coinhills.com/market/xrp/
DOGE https://www.coinhills.com/market/doge/


TIER ONE B-level
fct  https://www.coinhills.com/market/fct/
dash https://www.coinhills.com/market/dash/
8?
9?
10?



I'll keep this updated to the top10
Get some rules,
but basically +$15Mcap ++ $100k min vol.
maybe can dump +$5000 in 10min without push spot -5%
8-10 are tba and are still in T2 status



TIER TWO C-level
Monero
Stellar

TIER TWO D-level
VPN
YB

not sure on the rules here just yet Sad

**Excludes Crypto 2.0 DAC [bts, ppc, nxt, xem] https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1206569


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DEFINITION of 'Tier 1 Capital'
The capital adequacy of a bank. Tier I capital is core capital, this includes equity capital and disclosed reserves.  Core capital consists of equity capital and declared reserves.

DEFINITION of 'Tier 2 Capital'

One of two categories by which a bank's capital is divided. Tier 2 capital is supplementary bank capital that includes items such as revaluation reserves, undisclosed reserves, hybrid instruments and subordinated term debt. A bank's reserve requirements include its Tier 2 capital in its calculation, but it is considered less reliable than its Tier 1 capital. In the United States, the capital requirement for banks is, in part, based on the weighted risk associated with the bank's assets.

BREAKING DOWN 'Tier 2 Capital'

Components of Tier 2 Capital can be split into two levels: upper and lower. Upper Tier 2 maintains characteristics of being perpetual, senior to preferred capital and equity; having deferrable and cumulative coupons; and its interest and principal can be written down. Lower Tier 2 is relatively cheap for banks to issue; has coupons not deferrable without triggering default; and has subordinated debt with a maturity of a minimum of 10 years.

Read more: Tier 2 Capital Definition | Investopedia http://www.investopedia.com/terms/t/tier2capital.asp



DEFINITION of 'Tier 1 Crypto Capital'  = declared liquid reserves; QUID
DEFINITION of 'Tier 2 Crypto Capital'  = declared equity reserves; QUIT


aspiring T2
難得素 UNO, DGC, BLK, XPM, NOVA, MONA, VTC, Earth, World, Mega, Quark, FTC, BYC, GEMZ, STORJX, NAUT


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April 20, 2016, 04:53:40 PM
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Tier one markets

BTC
LTC
doge
eth
xrp

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April 20, 2016, 04:53:45 PM
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LTC=strongbad
Litecoin is still an extremely strong coin and this is why:

  • Capable of four times as many transactions as Bitcoin in a ten minute period. Frankly if payment processors had adopted Litecoin in the past year current Bitcoin block discussions would be irrelevant (and likely the price of both coins higher). Anyone who has watched these discussions understands the immediate advantage of a network with larger transactional capability.  
  • Faster confirmation times. The only people who don't think this is important have never spent a single coin or they have patience that the average person does not possess.
  • The faster block time of litecoin reduces the risk of double spending attacks.
  • Anti-spam.
  • Fast well established network. Current Hashrate is 1,643 GH/s. Since scrypt is memory intensive it is known to be approximately 1000 times slower hardware wise in comparison to SHA256. Fair comparison to the Bitcoin network requires multiplying that hashrate by 1000 (1,643 TH/s). The fact is for most of Litecoins history the hashrate has been relatively high and secure. Those comparing it to the Bitcoin network without considering this 1k factor are either being disingenuous or just ignorant of the facts.
  • Continuous development look here at number of releases in past year: https://github.com/litecoin-project/litecoin/releases
  • Upcoming new features and active development look here for whats happening in 2016:
    https://www.reddit.com/r/litecoin/comments/3z2ta1/ama_official_litecoin_developers_and_litecoin/
  • Longevity. Many coins have temporarily eclipsed litecoin as they were marketed for the purpose of increasing the fiat accounts of a small group and emptying the accounts of new users. Unfortunately this has been detrimental to crypto-space in general.
  • Great community.
  • Fully supported by GoCoin a growing payment processor used by thousands of merchants https://www.gocoin.com/
  • Liquidity. You can sell thousands and not crash the market. Maintains value. Look at the chart here indicating volume in the last 24 hours relative to other coins. http://cryptocoincharts.info/coins/graphicalComparison

hit $1 Billion
There may be others, but im confident that the major players are in this list.

Ethereum is not on this list, because its already hit $1 Billion despite it dropping back under.

If you're not including coins that have hit one billion market capitalization at one point in time then Litecoin needs to be removed.

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/litcoin-value-leaps-100-percent-market-cap-525867

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