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Author Topic: CoinMarketCap.com - Market Cap Rankings of All Cryptocurrencies!  (Read 610282 times)
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December 05, 2013, 01:32:35 AM
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hey coinmarketcap guy.  I was counting coins for sale and there is way more collossal coins for sale than your site says there are total coins.  how can that be?  it says there are 5 billion and so I bought what I thought was a quarter of all coins.  but no.  there are 500 billion.  fuck you

your own fault, cheers.
 

its my own fault for reading information from this site and thinking it was legit because i saw the site in forbes and business insider(hoow the fuck did they use this bullshit site in their article?)?  sure enough buddy.  I'm not butthurt or nothing I figured this out a long time ago and sold out still at a profit(probably causing the crash) 

but god man, you're messing with people's money here you should deliver good information and not be some cheap propoganda bullshit by exposing shitcoins to the larger market through the exposure you got from the magazines(which they have revoked and edited your site out of them because your site is completely misleading at least 30% of the time..., just saying you'll discredit yourself, and someone who is actually legit will take your place with a market cap site that will actually work.

I love what your doing, keep it up, you must be making a killing with your influence over the markets.  assholio

Yes, it is your own fault not having checked twice. Nobody likes false information on a site like this and neither do I. Anyhow, you know yourself that it is your fault to act on one source of information. That's just the facts and not meant to hurt you, sorry mate! Always double or triple check!


I just removed it.  The block explorer that was given (http://cryptobytes.info:3333) is showing the incorrect amount of coins.  Sorry about that.  Sad

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December 05, 2013, 05:56:01 AM
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you can work out some sort of real market cap etc by using velicty of money and depth.

The problem is if I release a crtpto with 1 Trillion coins and get 1 b or two buys at 0.001 BTC I now have a market cap over 1e 12 x 1-e5  = 1e9 = $1 billion.

you need some sort of velocity of money
That's not how you should be calculating the cap.

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December 05, 2013, 09:40:28 AM
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Nice sight with a clean layout that focuses on the data.  Kudos!

A feature request if I may...

A Grand Total of Market Cap for all listed Coins.


Done!

Nicely done.  Expect a little tip.
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December 05, 2013, 12:01:50 PM
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you can work out some sort of real market cap etc by using velicty of money and depth.

The problem is if I release a crtpto with 1 Trillion coins and get 1 b or two buys at 0.001 BTC I now have a market cap over 1e 12 x 1-e5  = 1e9 = $1 billion.

you need some sort of velocity of money

Do you really want to see how worthless those altcoins really are?

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December 05, 2013, 12:02:40 PM
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hey coinmarketcap guy.  I was counting coins for sale and there is way more collossal coins for sale than your site says there are total coins.  how can that be?  it says there are 5 billion and so I bought what I thought was a quarter of all coins.  but no.  there are 500 billion.  fuck you

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December 05, 2013, 01:58:44 PM
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hey coinmarketcap guy.  I was counting coins for sale and there is way more collossal coins for sale than your site says there are total coins.  how can that be?  it says there are 5 billion and so I bought what I thought was a quarter of all coins.  but no.  there are 500 billion.  fuck you

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December 05, 2013, 02:08:28 PM
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hey coinmarketcap guy.  I was counting coins for sale and there is way more collossal coins for sale than your site says there are total coins.  how can that be?  it says there are 5 billion and so I bought what I thought was a quarter of all coins.  but no.  there are 500 billion.  fuck you

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December 05, 2013, 02:40:42 PM
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Why is NXT, Ripple and Protoshares still on Coinmarketcap, Gliss could you please remove?

Also, please consider removing all coins with a market cap below $500k, as well as the second advertisement between 20 and 21 for a better overview.

Where do you see Ripple? I've never seen it on CMC so far...and I refresh that site 182 times a day.
Protoshare is cool, and people mine it. Why remove it?
Instead of removing coins with MC below 500k, I would remove coins that don't update, or dead coins (most of them actually have a market cap under 500K)
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December 05, 2013, 03:00:53 PM
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Why is NXT, Ripple and Protoshares still on Coinmarketcap, Gliss could you please remove?

Also, please consider removing all coins with a market cap below $500k, as well as the second advertisement between 20 and 21 for a better overview.

Why are you hating on NXT?

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December 05, 2013, 03:08:17 PM
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Why is NXT, Ripple and Protoshares still on Coinmarketcap, Gliss could you please remove?

Also, please consider removing all coins with a market cap below $500k, as well as the second advertisement between 20 and 21 for a better overview.

NXT deserves a place because it is the first 100% proof-of-stake currency. Consider it an interesting experiment.
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December 05, 2013, 03:21:12 PM
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hey coinmarketcap guy.  I was counting coins for sale and there is way more collossal coins for sale than your site says there are total coins.  how can that be?  it says there are 5 billion and so I bought what I thought was a quarter of all coins.  but no.  there are 500 billion.  fuck you

your own fault, cheers.

I want to make the important suggestion that "next generation"-coins like NXT belong on the second page where Ripple is.
The are not mined, so they are very different and a lot of people will call them premined (they call them self as "minted" to not sound so negative)
In the NXT info Thread it isnt clear. So potential users could feel tricked later.
Also NXT could be buyed only on its own exchange.

Also Mastercoin and Copperlark are in the same class when i understood it correct.
If not correct me please.

+1 remove NXT and Ripple from CMC :]

 

Great explanation of NXT: http://nextcoin.org/index.php/topic,104.0.html

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December 05, 2013, 04:26:46 PM
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All coins should be listed, regardless if you personally like them or not.  Picking and choosing destroys the credibility of the site.  Ripple and others with a seperate link?  Seriously?   Roll Eyes  You need to take a non-biased stance and list them all, otherwise, it may just be time for a new site done right.  We get enough of this "pick and choose" crap from MSM.  The crypto space, built on a belief in freedom, should be better than that.

It also makes this thread title fraudulent as when I go to coinmarketcap.com, I don't see them all.   Huh

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December 05, 2013, 04:35:11 PM
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NXT should only be listed if it is trade on an existing exchange and not a private exchange, where prices are manipulated.

I don't hate any coin, but the listing on coinmarketcap, links to a non-existant location at http://www.cryptocoincharts.info/#jump-nxt-btc <- Which means it's not on an established exchange.

The trading back and forth on the small p2p exchange does not do justice to the price and it is currently inflated.

If coinmarketcap is going to add a coin that only trades off the major exchanges, then that tells me that coinmarketcap has other motives for promoting these coins on their site.

For those that own the coin, great, but don't get upset that someone points this out. If it gets added to one of the major exchanges, then it can be added to coinmarketcap.
 
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December 05, 2013, 04:39:04 PM
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NXT should only be listed if it is trade on an existing exchange and not a private exchange, where prices are manipulated.

I don't hate any coin, but the listing on coinmarketcap, links to a non-existant location at http://www.cryptocoincharts.info/#jump-nxt-btc <- Which means it's not on an established exchange.

The trading back and forth on the small p2p exchange does not do justice to the price and it is currently inflated.

If coinmarketcap is going to add a coin that only trades off the major exchanges, then that tells me that coinmarketcap has other motives for promoting these coins on their site.

For those that own the coin, great, but don't get upset that someone points this out. If it gets added to one of the major exchanges, then it can be added to coinmarketcap.
 

It's 9 days old... it's so new that none of the exchanges have implemented it yet, they can if they want.

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December 05, 2013, 04:46:43 PM
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The fact that many of you are so butthurt about ripple that it has to have its own link at the bottom shows what an opportunity it is. 

If you think it's tainted and your precious bitcoin is more ethically pure, you're deluding yourself.  The Winklevosses like money just as much as Chris Larsen.
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December 05, 2013, 04:53:02 PM
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The fact that many of you are so butthurt about ripple that it has to have its own link at the bottom shows what an opportunity it is.  

If you think it's tainted and your precious bitcoin is more ethically pure, you're deluding yourself.  The Winklevosses like money just as much as Chris Larsen.

Of those who understand crypto, who even seriously cares about Ripple? Centralized shite? Come on, man

The fact is that less than 1% people who understand crypto know what Ripple is.

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December 05, 2013, 05:18:25 PM
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NXT should only be listed if it is trade on an existing exchange and not a private exchange, where prices are manipulated.

Which exchange IS NOT private? On which exchange prices are NOT manipulated?

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December 05, 2013, 05:23:54 PM
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All coins should be listed, regardless if you personally like them or not.  Picking and choosing destroys the credibility of the site.  Ripple and others with a seperate link?  Seriously?   Roll Eyes  You need to take a non-biased stance and list them all, otherwise, it may just be time for a new site done right.  We get enough of this "pick and choose" crap from MSM.  The crypto space, built on a belief in freedom, should be better than that.

It also makes this thread title fraudulent as when I go to coinmarketcap.com, I don't see them all.   Huh


Yes you are right +1, except for the fact that centralized "coins" shouldn't be regarded true cryptocurrencies which makes Ripple fall out. That it is linked on the site, even as a seperate link, is already too much in my eyes.


Again, this is a personal opinion and has no place in the listings.  Most of the coins I see I personally think are pump and dump crap.  Scams if you will.  Should they be removed?  Absolutely not.  XRP is as much a cryptographic currency as any other coin.  Personal biases should have no bearing on a site that should be simply informational and non-biased.  Kind of hypocritical to complain about something being "centralized" when a "centralized" site is picking and choosing "favorites".  As I said, I just think it diminishes the sites credibility and puts all data into question.  I personally would expect better but simply my opinion.


The fact is that less than 1% people who understand crypto know what Ripple is.

Comments considered "facts" should include a source.  Do you have one?

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December 05, 2013, 06:03:46 PM
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All coins should be listed, regardless if you personally like them or not.  Picking and choosing destroys the credibility of the site.  Ripple and others with a seperate link?  Seriously?   Roll Eyes  You need to take a non-biased stance and list them all, otherwise, it may just be time for a new site done right.  We get enough of this "pick and choose" crap from MSM.  The crypto space, built on a belief in freedom, should be better than that.

It also makes this thread title fraudulent as when I go to coinmarketcap.com, I don't see them all.   Huh


Yes you are right +1, except for the fact that centralized "coins" shouldn't be regarded true cryptocurrencies which makes Ripple fall out. That it is linked on the site, even as a seperate link, is already too much in my eyes.


Again, this is a personal opinion and has no place in the listings.  Most of the coins I see I personally think are pump and dump crap.  Scams if you will.  Should they be removed?  Absolutely not.  XRP is as much a cryptographic currency as any other coin.  Personal biases should have no bearing on a site that should be simply informational and non-biased.  Kind of hypocritical to complain about something being "centralized" when a "centralized" site is picking and choosing "favorites".  As I said, I just think it diminishes the sites credibility and puts all data into question.  I personally would expect better but simply my opinion.


The fact is that less than 1% people who understand crypto know what Ripple is.

Comments considered "facts" should include a source.  Do you have one?

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December 05, 2013, 09:38:45 PM
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i am seeing quarkcoin with %1108 lol
now its 0.15 usd

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