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February 10, 2014, 06:41:59 PM
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Now everyone knows the big names - Peercoin and Novacoin. However, there is a big world of PoS coins out there, and I simply can't find a GOOD list of PoS coins and information on them. So, I decided that since I'm doing the work anyway, I'd provide my work to the community. Hopefully it will help someone else.
 
Now most people understand Proof of Work - getting paid for mining. But I'd wager a few to many understand how Proof of Stake works. PoS is a method to try to prevent the 51% attack by encouraging people to hold coins in their wallet. And for this "service" coin holders are paid a Stake (dividend) every so many days. Now the stake varies, as does the period, and that's where the magic is.
 
You see, this post will not only just list the PoS coins, but it will also detail percentages, periods, and give a little analysis of the coins themselves.
However, let's start with the coin list. And If  I miss any - which is highly probable - please feel free to chime in.

Full disclosure - I possess the following coins: BCX, PPC, TEK, BTG, CAP, CGB, CASH, DMD, GLX, HBN, MINT, NVC, PHS, TES

Coins in bold are the first Stake coins in their category, but the dev tree for the categories flows as follows:
Peercoin > Novacoin > YACoin

Coins in green have had their Stake confirmed by me personally.

I need to define something, since many coins are descended from Novacoin, many will have a Stake percentage that mirrors it. However, Novacoins percentage is variable depending upon the Stake ready coins on the network. It starts out at 100% yearly and decreases based on the stake difficulty.
100% NVCS = 100% / (StakeDiff ^ 1/4)
Many coins will be listed as X% NVCS, which means that they would yield X% yearly, but difficulty decreases this percentage.

All percentages will have a second % in parentheses: X% NVCS (Y%) OR X% yearly (Y%)
Y% reflects what you can expect every stake period at the minimum age.    

Next, the coins take time to find stake, there is a minimum age and a maximum age. So, if you transfer coins into a wallet, it will take at least the minimum age for them to produce stake, but it may take up to the maximum age. In the list below that will be represented by:
Stake Age (SA) = min days / max days

Exchanges - If it is listed on an exchange, I am not going to list all of them, but I will try to list the largest

Coinmarketcap - If the coin is listed on coinmarketcap.com, I will note it as CMC in the list below

Max Coins - The max # of coins that can be produced factors into how valuable the coin will be - but it is not the only factor. We will peg the number of coins against the max # of BTC which is 21 million.
So for example, HBN which has a max number of coins of 120 million, would be denoted Coins 5.7 - there will be 5.7 HBN for every 1 BTC.

False claims - Coins with a strike through are broken and do not have stake.  
 
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Battlecoin (BCX) – 50% NVCS (1%), SA 10/20, Coins 4.76, Cryptsy, CMC
Butterflycoin (BFC)
Deutsche eMark (DEM) – 3.8% yearly, SA 1yr/2yr, Coins 952, Cryptsy, CMC
Emercoin (EMC)
Inkacoin (NKA) - 1% yearly, SA 30/90, Coinedup
Peercoin (PPC) - 1% yearly, SA 30/90, Coins 95, Cryptsy, CMC
Reikicoin
Snowcoin (SNC)
Tekcoin (TEK) – 500% NVCS (40%), SA 30/90, Coins 4.76, Cryptsy
 
Scrypt
AndroidTokens (ADT) - 1.2% yearly, SA 15/30
BlackCoin (BC) - 1% yearly - SA 8hrs/no max - will take longer
Bottlecaps (CAP) – 1% NVCS, SA 30/90, Coins 2.26, Cryptsy
Bitbar (BTB) – SA 30/90, Cryptsy, CMC
Bitgem (BTG) – 3% NVCS (0.2%), SA 30/90, Coins 0.023, Cryptsy, CMC
Cinnamoncoin (CIN) - 1% yearly, SA 30/90
Colossuscoin (COL) - 0.5%, SA 15/30, Cryptsy
Cosmoscoin (CMC) – 1% NVCS, SA 30/90, Coins 47.6, Cryptsy
CryptoBuck (BUK) - 3% NVCS, SA 30/90, Coins 0.5, Cryptsy
CryptogenicBullion (CGB) - 1.5% NVCS, SA 30/90, Coins 0.095, Cryptsy, CMC
CryptogenicCash (CASH) - 10% yearly (0.6%), SA 30/90, Coins 2.26, Cryptsy
Diamond (DMD) - NVCS, SA 7/30, Coins 0.21, Cryptsy, CMC
Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) -
Galaxycoin (GLX) – 5% yearly (0.1%), SA 5/15, Coins 25.6, Cryptsy
Grain (GRA) - 5% yearly, Coinedup, CMC
Growthcoin (GRW) - 100% NVCS (1.9%), SA 5/15
HoboNickels (HBN) – 100% NVCS (1.9%), SA 10/30, Coins 5.71, Cryptsy, CMC
Lebowskis (LBW)
Mintcoin (MINT) – 20% yearly – decreasing every year (1.1%), SA 20/40, Coins 3333, Ploniex
Novacoin (NVC) - 100% NVCS (1.3%), SA 30/90, Coins 95, Cryptsy, CMC
Neocoin (NEC) – 1% NVCS, SA 30/90, Coins 3.8, Cryptsy
Philosopherstone (PHS) – 50% yearly (0.7%), SA 5/10, Coins 95, Cryptsy, CMC
Starcoin (STR) – 1% NVCS, SA 7/30, Coins 10.8, Cryptsy
Tagcoin (TAG) – 1.5% NVCS, SA 30/90, Cryptsy, CMC
Teslacoin (TES) -1% NVCS, SA 30/90, Coins 14.3, CoinedUp

Scrypt-Jane
CACHeCoin (CACH) - 5% yearly (0.1%), SA 7/30, Coins 95, Poloniex, CMC
Gold Pressed Latinum (GPL) - 5% yearly, SA 1yr/2yr, SciFiEx
Microcoin (MRC)
Yacoin (YAC), 5% yearly (0.4%), SA 30/90, Cryptsy, CMC
YbCoin (YBC), 5% yearly (0.4%), SA 30/90, Cryptsy, CMC

Shares/Pure Stake
Next (NXT), CMC
NewEconomyMovement   NEM
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February 10, 2014, 06:45:00 PM
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snowcoin and reikicoin both are sha256 POS coins
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February 10, 2014, 06:51:24 PM
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eMark is 3.8% annually I believe. Also isn't NVC 5%?
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February 10, 2014, 07:14:03 PM
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Thanks!
NVC is actually...1/(nMaxPoSTarget/nCurrentPoSTarget)^(1/6)
Sooo...who knows what it really is currently. But it started at 100% and its dropping.
Which means many of the NVC clones are probably just like it.
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February 10, 2014, 07:25:19 PM
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PoS makes sense if these were investments. How does it help these become currencies? If it simply benefits those who hold coins, it would create artificially scarce environments where the price would go up.

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February 10, 2014, 07:40:03 PM
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PoS makes sense if these were investments. How does it help these become currencies? If it simply benefits those who hold coins, it would create artificially scarce environments where the price would go up.

not every investment vehicle is a currency. You dont buy eggs and  milk with MSFT or GOOG or APPL. Nothing wrong with giving a dividend to coin holders, its the reward for taking on risk, and securing their respective network.
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February 10, 2014, 08:04:01 PM
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Now everyone knows the big names - Peercoin and Novacoin.

YACoin is (I believe) the third proof of stake coin to be released (Peercoin->Novacoin->YACoin) and also the originator and first to implement the N parameter of Scrypt(N, 1, 1).
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February 10, 2014, 08:43:15 PM
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You forgot the best one, Grain - GRA.

Lots of upside and much older than most of those listed, great dev and community.
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February 10, 2014, 08:59:16 PM
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Please add EBT:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=437660.0

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February 12, 2014, 01:34:26 AM
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Thanks for the info all - I will update.

why all these list threads, instead of supporting my open altcoins.cc project?

Honestly - I didn't know about it. It doesn't have a listing for Stake that I saw. And, I'd rather have a discussion on Stake as opposed to a static page.
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February 12, 2014, 06:55:47 AM
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How could you miss the most unique one?... Nxt

Nxt:  NXT-5BHG-9VRE-QGW6-DRZVQ
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February 12, 2014, 08:29:20 AM
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Microcoin is POS scrypt-jane with modified nfactor for ASIC resistance

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February 12, 2014, 08:41:25 AM
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Thanks for the info all - I will update.

why all these list threads, instead of supporting my open altcoins.cc project?

Honestly - I didn't know about it. It doesn't have a listing for Stake that I saw. And, I'd rather have a discussion on Stake as opposed to a static page.

replied in the other thread. happy to take pull requests for any missing information. I'll add some features which make it more dynamic. thanks for the input.
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February 12, 2014, 08:50:27 AM
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Thanks for this thread..

i don't need to open each wallet to see wich one is POS or not (yes i forgot each time to note POS coin)...

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February 12, 2014, 05:52:57 PM
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TES is 1% every 30 days

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February 12, 2014, 06:00:42 PM
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Look like, hobo, tek and Philosopherstone  is my coins.

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February 12, 2014, 10:56:56 PM
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Look like, hobo, tek and Philosopherstone  is my coins.

That's part of what I'd like to discuss with this thread. While ROI is one thing, you also have to look at the dev team, community, and long term plans. If the foundation of the coin is strong, I'd start to think about it as an investment. Because if I put money into something, I don't want it to disappear or shrink to nothing because the coin dies. I would say HBN is strongest of the 3, followed by PHS. I am not impressed by TEK...someone please prove me wrong. 
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February 12, 2014, 11:04:16 PM
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Good initiative, but you should highlight the "founders" of each category and add the "100%-PoS" coins.

So it would look like this:

PoS/PoW hybrid coins (PPC descendants):

SHA-256:
Peercoin
Deutsche eMark
....

Scrypt:
Novacoin
Tagcoin
...

Scrypt-N:
Yacoin
Ybcoin
...

Pure PoS coins:
Nxt
....

etc.

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February 12, 2014, 11:05:08 PM
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Updated the listing.
Added info on CAP, BTG, TES, BCX, NVC...
Please help if you know any more coins or can help clarify the coins already there.  
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February 13, 2014, 02:15:21 AM
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Good initiative, but you should highlight the "founders" of each category and add the "100%-PoS" coins.


etc.

Agreed and done...
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