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August 10, 2017, 06:18:27 AM
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Live streaming market capitalizations* - and "percentage mined" - for bitcoin & other major cryptocurrencies using current and terminal ('fully-mined') supplies
Gold market capitalizations using current and terminal (fully-mined) supply



Feel free to send requests / feedback to:
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*"Market capitalization" is used in a more general sense here, and refers to supply X price.
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August 10, 2017, 08:00:54 AM
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Move this to the service announcement section please. The service discussion section is for users to discuss the services that they use, if you are announcing a newly founded website then service announcement is where to go.

This is a pretyt nice tool in my opinion, also a pretty unique idea.

If i were you i would definitely try to up the ante on the design aspects because currently even though it is quite intuitive it's not the best looking site. Otherwise, you're doing great. Also maybe let the user select which currencies he wants to compare instead of showing all the comparisons. I mean you could show like gold vs bitcoin vs ethereum, or the top cryptos but there is no need to show them all.

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August 11, 2017, 07:28:03 AM
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Thanks for the helpful feedback, btcney!

I also wonder whether organizing the currencies by whether they have fixed maximum supplies / increasing maximum supplies / etc. would be helpful?

I think a lot of the discussion around how XYZ cryptocurrency has a 'market cap' that's just some tiny percentage of some other large store of value asset should take into account total potential supplies...

As a side note, one of my concerns with the proliferation of new alt coins is that it makes it much harder to claim that the cryptocurrency market as a whole refers to some scarce set of assets...having fixed maximum supplies (or even target mining rates) for specific coins might not matter as much if anyone can come along and launch a new coin, rendering the supply across the asset class effectively unbounded.

I've moved this to the service announcement section, and re: the suggestion on selecting currencies to compare against - that seems like it'd be a good improvement.
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It has been a while, but I've finally gotten a chance to implement one of your suggestions, btcney.

Users can now compare specific coins using the table to control their selections.
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