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November 01, 2017, 08:31:20 PM

Hi All! I知 creating a master list of the oldest cryptos still in circulation and being traded. Criteria for addition to the list is being listed somewhere on coinmarketcap. Low volume coins are OK, but coin must have a market cap to count. Also name changes and planned swaps are also OK (things like protoshares).

This list will be featured on a website I will promote. The purpose is to assert the value of older coins. So help is greatly appreciated and can benefit XJO!

I did this myself pretty quickly and I知 sure its full of errors still.

2014 and forward I知 going to leave the list incomplete, but people are welcome to submit their coins and I will add them.

2013 and before I want a hard list fully completed and will update if coins go defunct.

Thanks for having a look!




BTC 3/1/09
NMC 18/4/11
IXC 10/8/11
LTC 9/10/11
BCN 4/7/12
PPC 19/8/12
FLO 18/1/13
QRK 21/1/13
FTC 17/4/13
BTB 3/5/13
FRC 3/5/13
DGC 18/5/13
PXC 20/5/13
WDC 14/5/13
BTG 16/5/13
SXC 28/5/13
MEC 29/5/13
FST 29/5/13
IFC 5/6/13
ANON 7/6/13
ARG 12/6/13
DEV 14/6/13
EMD 17/6/13
GLC 27/6/13
RED 30/6/13
XPM 8/7/13
CSC 18/7/13
ORB 30/7/13
ZETA 4/8/13
XRP 4/8/13
SRC 10/8/13
TGC 6/9/13
TEK 7/9/13
OMNI 9/9/13 (MST)
XJO 22/9/13
BLC 7/10/13
DEM 15/10/13
UNO 18/10/13
TAG 25/10/13
GRC 4/11/13
BTS 5/11/13 (PTS)
DOGE 8/12/13
LOT 12/12/13
EAC 21/12/13
CAT 22/12/13
TIPS 22/12/13
RPC 28/12/13
CAGE 2/1/14
XCP 2/1/14
42  5/1/14
MEOW 5/1/14
PAND 5/1/14
CACH 6/1/14
SMC 6/1/14
NOBL 7/1/14
NYAN 7/1/14
PTC 7/1/14
VTC 8/1/14
USDE 11/1/14
TES 16/1/14
DASH 18/1/14 (DARK)
TIT 20/1/14
DOPE 22/1/14
POT 22/1/14
MRS 27/1/14
HUC 28/1/14
BELA 29/1/14
MAX 29/1/14
CORG 2/2/14
AUR 3/2/14
RIC 3/2/14
MINT 6/2/14
XMY 24/2/14
ZEIT 26/2/14
MAZA 8/3/14





Morning, Remi. Heck, no: CMC is a woefully incomplete list. The very best list ever I lost. This one is now way incomplete -- but it's from the era you want: http://com-http.us  This one is pretty damn good: http://www.cryptocoincharts.info/coins/info/1001

But this is the classic one: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=588413.0
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This could be our motto:

'XJO -- No one is going back in time to create more 2013 coins.'
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This could be our motto:

'XJO -- No one is going back in time to create more 2013 coins.'


Awesome thanks.


You really think cmc is unreliable for 2013 and earlier? I know they are selective, but i figured with that age they'd have made the list by now. Also, at the end the day of I have to set a limitation somewhere, cmc is an easy mark. Suppose a coin was launched 2013, was a total scam delisted everywhere, dude who mined it alone for 2 years re-launches a "market" on a scam exchange. I worry that if I don't set my bar around an existing professional assessment of legitimacy i'm the one calling shots on what does and doesn't count (not where i want to be with this).

I love that necronomicon list too, but always wished there was a similar list of still active coins. Can't really used the dead list to help me. . . .Its so weird you can't quickly look up sites that have a simple list of launch dates and which is oldest.
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November 01, 2017, 09:01:09 PM

Hi. I知 starting a list of the oldest cryptos. For now I知 maintaining the list on a bitcointalk thread but will eventually host a website. Hoping to add value to old coins by making the age rankings easy to look up.

Offering $20 in crypto bounty for additions/corrections. I want it to be accurate, but I知 sure I致e made mistakes so could use your help please.

Thread with the list and details is here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2019145.msg20120985#msg20120985
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This could be our motto:

'XJO -- No one is going back in time to create more 2013 coins.'


Awesome thanks.


You really think cmc is unreliable for 2013 and earlier? I know they are selective, but i figured with that age they'd have made the list by now. Also, at the end the day of I have to set a limitation somewhere, cmc is an easy mark. Suppose a coin was launched 2013, was a total scam delisted everywhere, dude who mined it alone for 2 years re-launches a "market" on a scam exchange. I worry that if I don't set my bar around an existing professional assessment of legitimacy i'm the one calling shots on what does and doesn't count (not where i want to be with this).

I love that necronomicon list too, but always wished there was a similar list of still active coins. Can't really used the dead list to help me. . . .Its so weird you can't quickly look up sites that have a simple list of launch dates and which is oldest.

sigh: You clearly have a handle on this; and if you choose to undertake this project, go, you!! But be careful what you wish for!

There are over 5,000 cryptos out there. For example, 'DVC'  -- https://nxtforum.org/asset-exchange-general/distributed-vault-coin-('dvc')-an-anthropological-experiment/?PHPSESSID=ig51441b42qn574aij180900q0 -- was a sweet little success; but you likely won't find it on a list because it was the in-house instrument on a p2p exchange.

[And there was a guy called 'Coin-a-Day' on Reddit a while back. Undertook to analyse, and post on, a coin a day. Took about a fortnight for his brain to melt down.]

But really, as you note, it's the definitions, remi. Is a crypto 'active' 'cause it's got a marketcap? volume? if it's got no listed markets but perhaps a tucked-away p2p market? If the wallet just doesn't work? English-language-only exchanges? I don't think Dokdo ever had an English-language exchange.

And CMC? I have no axe to grind. It's an awesome 'representative slice,' but we guess is not academically definitive or anything like it.

[Tee hee -- the com http us site? I spent an entire sweaty Australian summer afternoon in prolly January 2014 reading every single entry, in My Quest to Comprehend.]

P.s.: bear in mind, remi, that in 2013 cryptos often struggle along without an exchange for weeks after launch. Sooo hard to find cryptos that expired in that period.

P.p.s.: Although I'm not at liberty to name him, a colleague of mine used to . . . collect old blockchains!

P.p.p.s.: can you figure out how to search specifically for Bitcointalk ANNs? BCT was the holy grail of cryptos in 2013. No crypto launched without posting an ANN thread on BCT.
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November 01, 2017, 11:02:42 PM

This could be our motto:

'XJO -- No one is going back in time to create more 2013 coins.'


Awesome thanks.


You really think cmc is unreliable for 2013 and earlier? I know they are selective, but i figured with that age they'd have made the list by now. Also, at the end the day of I have to set a limitation somewhere, cmc is an easy mark. Suppose a coin was launched 2013, was a total scam delisted everywhere, dude who mined it alone for 2 years re-launches a "market" on a scam exchange. I worry that if I don't set my bar around an existing professional assessment of legitimacy i'm the one calling shots on what does and doesn't count (not where i want to be with this).

I love that necronomicon list too, but always wished there was a similar list of still active coins. Can't really used the dead list to help me. . . .Its so weird you can't quickly look up sites that have a simple list of launch dates and which is oldest.

sigh: You clearly have a handle on this; and if you choose to undertake this project, go, you!! But be careful what you wish for!

There are over 5,000 cryptos out there. For example, 'DVC'  -- https://nxtforum.org/asset-exchange-general/distributed-vault-coin-('dvc')-an-anthropological-experiment/?PHPSESSID=ig51441b42qn574aij180900q0 -- was a sweet little success; but you likely won't find it on a list because it was the in-house instrument on a p2p exchange.

[And there was a guy called 'Coin-a-Day' on Reddit a while back. Undertook to analyse, and post on, a coin a day. Took about a fortnight for his brain to melt down.]

But really, as you note, it's the definitions, remi. Is a crypto 'active' 'cause it's got a marketcap? volume? if it's got no listed markets but perhaps a tucked-away p2p market? If the wallet just doesn't work? English-language-only exchanges? I don't think Dokdo ever had an English-language exchange.

And CMC? I have no axe to grind. It's an awesome 'representative slice,' but we guess is not academically definitive or anything like it.

[Tee hee -- the com http us site? I spent an entire sweaty Australian summer afternoon in prolly January 2014 reading every single entry, in My Quest to Comprehend.]

P.s.: bear in mind, remi, that in 2013 cryptos often struggle along without an exchange for weeks after launch. Sooo hard to find cryptos that expired in that period.

P.p.s.: Although I'm not at liberty to name him, a colleague of mine used to . . . collect old blockchains!

P.p.p.s.: can you figure out how to search specifically for Bitcointalk ANNs? BCT was the holy grail of cryptos in 2013. No crypto launched without posting an ANN thread on BCT.

I appreciate the input and conversation, not sure if i'm not describing this properly. I've been trading since 2013 and working from memory through the list of still active coins.... Just asking around to see if I've neglected to research any coins that came out 2013 and earlier- or if I have my launch dates wrong. I don't need to find out when anything expired. Not interested in private blockchains.

CMC lists non-english exchanges, that isn't an exclusion criteria for them at all. If you can think of an example of a publicly traded coin pre-2014 not listed on CMC that would make me question whether using them is a good choice. Honestly, I can't think of one myself which is why i've opted to use cmc.

And yup, definitely using Bitcointalk ANNs for this.
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MOON 12/28/13
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Awesome! Thanks IMZ, great additions!


And please send me a pm with an xjo address or something else, I'd like to send you a bounty as thanks!
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November 02, 2017, 01:36:27 PM

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I like it!
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November 02, 2017, 01:36:54 PM

I've already seen some similar ICO, why are you different?

How can it be similar if it has an ICO.......
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November 02, 2017, 03:46:02 PM

I've already seen some similar ICO, why are you different?

This coin is over 4 years old and had a fair launch. Govs are cracking down, rightly, on ICOs. They can't crack down on truly decentralized older coins that have no official owner/operators.

Also, look at market caps. This coin isn't worth much at all. These coins at the bottom of the list can only go 2 ways- up, or de-listed and disappear. XJO is over 4 years old and has its original dev. If it hasn't disappeared from existence by now, hard to imagine its going to disappear any time soon. So you buy, wait, and then one day its amazing.
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November 02, 2017, 05:51:27 PM

Xjo is good coin the mine finish another 10 years  Grin
Only have one problem the not big Sponsor to add in big exchangers and see people the is very good coin Smiley

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Xjo is good coin the mine finish another 10 years  Grin
Only have one problem the not big Sponsor to add in big exchangers and see people the is very good coin Smiley

?? XJO has a min payout? No end to the mining!
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Are you ready for move to 240 sat? It's time to do it!!! Roll Eyes
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Xjo is good coin the mine finish another 10 years  Grin
Only have one problem the not big Sponsor to add in big exchangers and see people the is very good coin Smiley

Good morning, mehdi. Fair thoughts:

I would like to see folks frankly warned off using Yobit. No argument about why.

Nova will close.

Although not to my taste, we do have pairs on Cryptopia for DOGE and LTC.

But me? I wanna see a vibrant p2p market. We could be trading XJO is packets of 10k and 50k and 100k.

And we are the perfect 'introductory crypto' at this point: established, quite stable price, units are cheap, infrastructure is tight.

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