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November 28, 2013, 01:59:54 AM
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If I understand correctly, IOcoin is the same as IXcoin but without the "scammy" launch

accordingly I don't see why IOcoin wont overtake IXcoin, thus IOcoin in for at least a 500%  rise.


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November 28, 2013, 02:27:02 AM
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I0coin has a lot of potential.  I0coin has a 75 second block time vs 10 minutes for Ixcoin.   I0coin is about 95% mined vs Ixcoin at 80%.  Both have a coin cap of 21 million.  I0coin is behind Ixcoin for a few reasons.  With its faster block rate its block chain grew so fast and took up so much memory that all but a few miners stopped, and it was dropped from exchanges.  Now those problems are fixed so it is gaining momentum again.  Its hash rate has been steadily increasing since the new client was released.  

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