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June 08, 2014, 06:20:40 PM
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First look at the basis of this prediction. It's basically 'History repeats itself'.

How many sha256 coins are there in the top 20 altcoins? 3. How many SHA256 coin launches per week? Hardly any.

Difference between sha256 and scrypt -- SHA256 has an ASIC, Scrypt does not.

It's obvious -- 99.99% miners have a GPU (even the one's with an ASIC). People resist buying ASIC cause ASIC is expensive and otherwise good-for-nothing.

As of scrypt-n, I speculated in April that such a product will be easy to make.

Then I repeat what I said before (another thread) --

Quark, Primecoin, Protshares, Darkcoin and other alt-algo coin's prices will surge after Scrypt ASIC is out.

There will be a considerable pump in sha256 based cryptos cause they're in the same league now.

In a matter of 6 months to 1 year, almost all scrypt coins will be wiped from the top market cap. Litecoin will persist but will be replaced and ranked lower, half of it's purpose being lost compared to BTC.

In the mean time, Litecoin's price has been falling slowly (more dangerous than a crash), and more so -- the volume appears to be also falling which's a dangerous sign in my experience.






Now don't ask me why hasn't BTC lost value after ASIC. It's a dumb FAQ question kids ask.

For those of you who already have bought a scrypt ASIC, ensure to sell it before it looses all value.


 
 
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June 08, 2014, 06:22:13 PM
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Yeah, VTC is the one and only coin I am mining for months. Stupid to mine Scrypt and X11 on GPU. X13 will be also FPGA coin soon. No alternatives.

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Yeah, VTC is the one and only coin I am mining for months. Stupid to mine Scrypt and X11 on GPU. X13 will be also FPGA coin soon. No alternatives.

Vertcoin is scrypt-n.

Well, Quark, protoshares and primecoin's algo are the best to prevent a FPGA.

Anything that doesn't take on GPU, doesn't take on FPGA.


 
 
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June 08, 2014, 06:27:20 PM
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Yeah, VTC is the one and only coin I am mining for months. Stupid to mine Scrypt and X11 on GPU. X13 will be also FPGA coin soon. No alternatives.

X13 is already fpga
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June 08, 2014, 06:31:44 PM
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Yeah, VTC is the one and only coin I am mining for months. Stupid to mine Scrypt and X11 on GPU. X13 will be also FPGA coin soon. No alternatives.

Vertcoin is scrypt-n.

Scrypt-N is cool, there is no ASICs for this algo.

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June 08, 2014, 06:35:44 PM
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Yeah, VTC is the one and only coin I am mining for months. Stupid to mine Scrypt and X11 on GPU. X13 will be also FPGA coin soon. No alternatives.

Vertcoin is scrypt-n.

Scrypt-N is cool, there is no ASICs for this algo.

You didnt read the top post completely.


 
 
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June 08, 2014, 06:48:49 PM
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Yeah, VTC is the one and only coin I am mining for months. Stupid to mine Scrypt and X11 on GPU. X13 will be also FPGA coin soon. No alternatives.

Vertcoin is scrypt-n.

Scrypt-N is cool, there is no ASICs for this algo.

You didnt read the top post completely.

I'm not sure FLower tech asics are legit...
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June 08, 2014, 07:08:39 PM
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Yeah, VTC is the one and only coin I am mining for months. Stupid to mine Scrypt and X11 on GPU. X13 will be also FPGA coin soon. No alternatives.

Vertcoin is scrypt-n.

Scrypt-N is cool, there is no ASICs for this algo.

You didnt read the top post completely.

I'm not sure FLower tech asics are legit...

We have another --

http://blissdevices.com/faq/


 
 
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June 08, 2014, 07:12:46 PM
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First look at the basis of this prediction. It's basically 'History repeats itself'.

How many sha256 coins are there in the top 20 altcoins? 3. How many SHA256 coin launches per week? Hardly any.

Difference between sha256 and scrypt -- SHA256 has an ASIC, Scrypt does not.

It's obvious -- 99.99% miners have a GPU (even the one's with an ASIC). People resist buying ASIC cause ASIC is expensive and otherwise good-for-nothing.

As of scrypt-n, I speculated in April that such a product will be easy to make.

Then I repeat what I said before (another thread) --

Quark, Primecoin, Protshares, Darkcoin and other alt-algo coin's prices will surge after Scrypt ASIC is out.

There will be a considerable pump in sha256 based cryptos cause they're in the same league now.

In a matter of 6 months to 1 year, almost all scrypt coins will be wiped from the top market cap. Litecoin will persist but will be replaced and ranked lower, half of it's purpose being lost compared to BTC.

In the mean time, Litecoin's price has been falling slowly (more dangerous than a crash), and more so -- the volume appears to be also falling which's a dangerous sign in my experience.

Now don't ask me why hasn't BTC lost value after ASIC. It's a dumb FAQ question kids ask.

For those of you who already have bought a scrypt ASIC, ensure to sell it before it looses all value.

Nice to meet you Nostradamus  Grin

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June 08, 2014, 07:14:50 PM
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aaand another --

https://www.hashcoins.com/buy-scrypt-miners/buy-triton-miner/

And this one already sells Bitcoin miners so they look ok.


 
 
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June 08, 2014, 07:17:10 PM
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First look at the basis of this prediction. It's basically 'History repeats itself'.

How many sha256 coins are there in the top 20 altcoins? 3. How many SHA256 coin launches per week? Hardly any.

Difference between sha256 and scrypt -- SHA256 has an ASIC, Scrypt does not.

It's obvious -- 99.99% miners have a GPU (even the one's with an ASIC). People resist buying ASIC cause ASIC is expensive and otherwise good-for-nothing.

As of scrypt-n, I speculated in April that such a product will be easy to make.

Then I repeat what I said before (another thread) --

Quark, Primecoin, Protshares, Darkcoin and other alt-algo coin's prices will surge after Scrypt ASIC is out.

There will be a considerable pump in sha256 based cryptos cause they're in the same league now.

In a matter of 6 months to 1 year, almost all scrypt coins will be wiped from the top market cap. Litecoin will persist but will be replaced and ranked lower, half of it's purpose being lost compared to BTC.

In the mean time, Litecoin's price has been falling slowly (more dangerous than a crash), and more so -- the volume appears to be also falling which's a dangerous sign in my experience.

Now don't ask me why hasn't BTC lost value after ASIC. It's a dumb FAQ question kids ask.

For those of you who already have bought a scrypt ASIC, ensure to sell it before it looses all value.

Nice to meet you Nostradamus  Grin

Very well, I suggest you invest heavily and mindlessly in Litecoin and other scrypt coins.


 
 
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June 08, 2014, 07:20:17 PM
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Quark? Quark is nothing. Quark can not be compared with Vertcoin. No strong community and is already mostly mining . I sold  over 600000 Quark. Vertcoin is the ASIC resistant and will be ASIC resistant. Vertcoin team will do everything any necessary changes algorithm to be resistant ASIC (if need be).
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June 08, 2014, 07:31:05 PM
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It's real simple : just mine BlackCoin at BlackCoin MultiPool. It doesn't care what the latest algo is and will always be available to GPU miners as BCP will always have a GPU friendly algo coin. Wink
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June 08, 2014, 08:00:21 PM
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Oh poor OP with literally no idea how crypto economy works.
But i have to admit that it was amusing to read.
Quote my words for future. Litecoin will hit 50 $ within a year or in worst case 2 years.
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June 08, 2014, 08:34:50 PM
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It's real simple : just mine BlackCoin at BlackCoin MultiPool. It doesn't care what the latest algo is and will always be available to GPU miners as BCP will always have a GPU friendly algo coin. Wink

Er.. you don't mine blackcoin. Nor do you strength the blackcoin network by doing so.

As for scrypt-n - sure there will be ASICs. But as its a trivial change to the code to make them redundant, I'm pretty sure Vertcoin is where I will be staying for a long time.

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June 09, 2014, 04:05:02 AM
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Quark? Quark is nothing. Quark can not be compared with Vertcoin. No strong community and is already mostly mining . I sold  over 600000 Quark. Vertcoin is the ASIC resistant and will be ASIC resistant. Vertcoin team will do everything any necessary changes algorithm to be resistant ASIC (if need be).

The reason behind your mindless promotion is that you hold a lot of Vertcoins and you'll continue promoting it until you dump them at sky high prices.

It has proven that vertcoin is just a generic piece of crap -- there are all reasons for it. It's one and only objective has failed -- ASIC resistance.


 
 
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June 09, 2014, 04:08:19 AM
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Oh poor OP with literally no idea how crypto economy works.
But i have to admit that it was amusing to read.
Quote my words for future. Litecoin will hit 50 $ within a year or in worst case 2 years.

Oh poor you with literally no idea how crypto economy works.
But i have to admit that it was amusing to read.
Quote my words for future. Litecoin will hit 0.1 $ within a year or in worst case 2 years.


 
 
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June 09, 2014, 04:10:07 AM
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i think you are over-reacting. there is more scrypt coins than sha, and they are still coming since scrypt-asics aint in power enough already.
i have like 15 GPUs and i have scrypt ascis and i love both types of coins.

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June 09, 2014, 04:10:43 AM
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It's real simple : just mine BlackCoin at BlackCoin MultiPool. It doesn't care what the latest algo is and will always be available to GPU miners as BCP will always have a GPU friendly algo coin. Wink

Er.. you don't mine blackcoin. Nor do you strength the blackcoin network by doing so.

As for scrypt-n - sure there will be ASICs. But as its a trivial change to the code to make them redundant, I'm pretty sure Vertcoin is where I will be staying for a long time.

You mean changing the algo? All coins can do the same. There's nothing special in vertcoin. It's objective has failed.


 
 
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