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May 14, 2013, 08:01:22 AM
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Hi,

I´ve been away for over a month and now I see over a dozen new coins.
Opposed to the few established coins (BTC, LTC, PPC, TRC) on which coin would you bet? Feather coin, Freicoin, Mincoin, etc.?

It would take days for me to gain enough knowledge to be able to make a final decision which coin to mine (meanwhile I´m still BTC mining).

So please lets hear on which coin you bet and why?

Thanks in advance!

BTW: BBQ is dead, because of 51% attack, right?

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May 14, 2013, 08:04:51 AM
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None of the above. BTC, LTC, and possibly yacoin (or, more likely, its descendants), if only because of different mining methods/algorithms.

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May 14, 2013, 08:37:23 AM
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BTC and LTC are the only two I know of that can be exchanged for USD
All the others are tied to some othe coin with conversion fees and added confirmation time.
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May 14, 2013, 08:40:20 AM
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BTE ByteCoin Smiley

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May 16, 2013, 07:05:33 AM
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Hi,

I´ve been away for over a month and now I see over a dozen new coins.
Opposed to the few established coins (BTC, LTC, PPC, TRC) on which coin would you bet? Feather coin, Freicoin, Mincoin, etc.?

It would take days for me to gain enough knowledge to be able to make a final decision which coin to mine (meanwhile I´m still BTC mining).

So please lets hear on which coin you bet and why?

Thanks in advance!

BTW: BBQ is dead, because of 51% attack, right?

Still BTC, no worthy alts have appeared yet.

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May 16, 2013, 07:08:21 AM
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BTC and LTC.

CNC is really fast, sadly it is "china" coin.
Now I'm mining/buying some WDC, looks promising.

But keep you BTC/LTC, all other ones are risk for now.

The worst enemy of Bitcoin is Mt.Gox exchange.
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May 16, 2013, 07:29:37 AM
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BTC and LTC.

CNC is really fast, sadly it is "china" coin.
Now I'm mining/buying some WDC, looks promising.

But keep you BTC/LTC, all other ones are risk for now.

CNC has issues... LTC only has to its advantage a wide initial distribution. There may be appetite for a bitcoin successor, but it doesn't yet exist.

WDC... LOLWaT

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May 17, 2013, 02:51:04 AM
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Thanks so far folks!


Royalcoin also has probably no future, right?

But what about Terracoin? According to coinwarz and dustcoin there seems to be a ratio of 125% or ~144% to BTC.
Wouldn´t that be more efficient than keep on mining BTC? But I guess the development of TRC´s exchange rate is the key/problem?

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May 17, 2013, 03:39:39 AM
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Quote from: MaxLAMF link=topic=204830.msg2176268#msg=1368759064
But what about Terracoin? According to coinwarz and dustcoin there seems to be a ratio of 125% or ~144% to BTC.
Wouldn´t that be more efficient than keep on mining BTC? But I guess the development of TRC´s exchange rate is the key/problem?

The problem with Terracoin is that it is profitable for short time windows, but over a long time I believe it to be less profitable than BTC. If I am not mistaken, the changes in profitability come more from difficulty adjustments than price changes.

TRC profitability over last 12 hours (courtesy of coinchoose.com):

BTC: 1TRUMPETaLt9z6ZcMtKVP9ZocwYJz9vyE     LTC: LRHatw9bejpdabNEgwE3iqktpvt6LWjQNR  NMC: N6QYkmMHvYGYGALpnoXxfTe4sx151zvVre
IXC: xk3dcF1xTuMusfmnTZ8G91HJ9Bii3VfBXt      DVC: 1EEvcrq9KNfcFT4kNPxTu9MMtQzjUqgv1y   DBL: AxJGGb5yi944jZWVTK3AdwJqETVCJ5XM4g 
FRC: 13djG9i9Ty7sGRWQR6giZbkRG6RheyYSNJ  FTC: 6f7pgdur4QFpqLjh6TYjLVQ5ZpRU5JL4Mf    TRC: 19Zuosfcu4TZUDsJ6TyYekagJMfZkF6eeV
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May 18, 2013, 07:50:50 AM
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Yeah I see...
Seems you´re right.

Thought anyway that all those new coins are a scam in some way and therefore didn´t took the effort to get into them too much...

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or BTC via PayPal and CC --> https://www.virwox.com?r=41711
If you wanna sell (BTC´s check out bitcoin.de/r/7ghwmw always 10-25% higher prices!!!
THX!-> BTC:166UJGVpWu861FajvAWGRr6dDdF3AYnMna NMC:NJr3DzsvZJ4Jk2qymJDYtfxNBzpRuvByj2 PPC:PWSF5jvNj7UdhGWqAMHrGCg19r8f1gwFRY NVC:4HdrE6V2CbwDLMAohNouuC6wXGjpP2k2wj TRC:1EyUp1Z2Qv98zmAZgqG6bXd63zLBEvW8qW LTC:LQpqAR6CdQZoBg3QZ5ej94L7phEA1AKMNS
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