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October 12, 2017, 09:10:01 PM
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So, I have a small gaming forum, with some gaming servers like CSGO, Sa-Mp, TeamSpeak etc. And I'm planning to develop a coin for my users. They could mine it with their CPU/GPU or buy them from other miners, and use the coins to buy thing from my shop on the forum. Things like Skins for different games, CD-Keys for Steam/Origin/Battle.net games, in game currency and another things related to gaming. Eventually I would add it to an exchange so they have a place where to buy/sell the coins. But right now I'm in planning phase, so i don't know what algo to use for the coin. Which one is better for CPU/GPU mining. I'm planning to go PoW only, because I don't fully understand the concept of PoS and Staking. Thanks Smiley
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Blocktime: 120 sec
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