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December 04, 2013, 02:33:19 PM
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By neutrality, I mean NOT designed for the benefit of the designer or early adopters? This coin would have the following features:

0. absolutely no premining
1. More than 2 days notification
2. starting difficulty fairly high
3. distribution of the coin such that most coins are not granted in the first few months
4. large number of coins
5. very fast notifications
6. non GPU/ASIC/FPGA minable

Something like that would IMO be flocked to
Even in the event that an attacker gains more than 50% of the network's computational power, only transactions sent by the attacker could be reversed or double-spent. The network would not be destroyed.
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December 04, 2013, 02:37:20 PM
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StableCoin. If you disregard the premine (because it was destroyed) all these graphs are exactly what indicates a fair launch: http://cryptometer.org/stablecoin_96_hour_charts.html

DigitalCoin as well: http://cryptometer.org/digitalcoin_96_hour_charts.html

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