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Question: What is the best POD evaluted coin?
Aero [AERO] - 46 (10%)
Axron [AXR] - 0 (0%)
AidBit [AID] - 0 (0%)
AltCoinWarehouse [ACW] - 0 (0%)
BoomCoin [BOOM] - 3 (0.7%)
BritCoin [BRIT] - 11 (2.4%)
CannabisCoin [CANN] - 12 (2.6%)
CheckCoin [CKC] - 13 (2.8%)
Coinmarketscoin [JBS] - 21 (4.6%)
CraigsCoin [CRAIG] - 8 (1.7%)
Crypti [XCR] - 3 (0.7%)
Fibre [FIBRE] - 30 (6.5%)
Gems [GEMS] - 0 (0%)
Huntercoin [HUC] - 2 (0.4%)
KeyCoin [KEY] - 1 (0.2%)
Incognitocoin [ICG] - 2 (0.4%)
LibrexCoin [LXC] - 30 (6.5%)
LiteCoinDark [LTCD] - 10 (2.2%)
MarteXcoin [MXT] - 1 (0.2%)
MidasCoin [MID] - 1 (0.2%)
Monero [XMR] - 3 (0.7%)
Neos [NEOS] - 13 (2.8%)
NuevoBitCentavoElectronico [NBE] - 2 (0.4%)
Munne [MNE] - 3 (0.7%)
Quatloo [QTL] - 5 (1.1%)
NeosCoin [NEOS] - 2 (0.4%)
NiceCoin [NIC] - 0 (0%)
SaffronCoin [SFR] - 5 (1.1%)
SterlingCoin [SLG] - 73 (15.9%)
ShadowCash [SDC] - 29 (6.3%)
SonicScrewDriver [SSD] - 33 (7.2%)
Stealthcoin [XST] - 72 (15.7%)
SYSCoin [SYS] - 5 (1.1%)
TileCoin [TCO] - 0 (0%)
Umbrella [UBC] - 0 (0%)
VexCoin [VEX] - 0 (0%)
VolatilityCoin [VLT] - 0 (0%)
UROCoin [URO] - 7 (1.5%)
WeAreSatoshi [WSX] - 3 (0.7%)
XCash [XCASH] - 2 (0.4%)
XCloudCoin [CLD] - 8 (1.7%)
Total Voters: 459

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September 25, 2014, 03:58:10 AM
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I think the best PoD measurement is to judge a coin by its Github commits.

I also think sadly 80 to 98 percent of these coins will die, proving that having a "PoD" rating doesn't amount to much. Sad

Only 98%? Tongue
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September 25, 2014, 04:00:13 AM
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I think the best PoD measurement is to judge a coin by its Github commits.

I also think sadly 80 to 98 percent of these coins will die, proving that having a "PoD" rating doesn't amount to much. Sad

Only 98%? Tongue

I once read an article somewhere that 88% of altcoins die within the first month. A lot of these coins are probably dead already. POD is a good place to start a voting list though Tongue

Makes me happy that Aero is 3 months in and still chugging on up!
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September 25, 2014, 04:36:40 AM
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Stealth 1 Hondo %
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September 25, 2014, 04:40:09 AM
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Aero dev's genius will be realized soon enough:)

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September 25, 2014, 04:42:46 AM
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I most definitely vote for Stealthcoin (XST) !  Brilliant in development and a strong community that is 100% behind this coin!  It has determination on building the cryptocurrency revolution with new ideas very fast.  I'm impressed with its intelligence and I'm certain XST will remain a very long time!  I have never expressed anything about an alternative coin before like I am with Stealthcoin.  Check it out.  Research XST.  I'm sure you'll be satisfied.
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September 25, 2014, 05:53:58 AM
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XCloudcoin with its new QT wallet to be released this week is in my opinion just as promising as Librex and Stealth.



Check it out for yourselves! Smiley

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=762940.0

This is a great coin too
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September 25, 2014, 06:30:11 AM
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Stealthcoin is my pick. Sorry for the long post but this shows why.

And this:


Brief development update...
Hondo and our security expert are continuing to work on Chandran Signature implementation for StealthSend.  As you can imagine, a significant amount of time goes into researching each line of code.  At this point we do not foresee any issues and fully expect to deliver mid-November as indicated in the roadmap.  

While Hondo is focusing strictly on StealthSend, the rest of the team is continuing to push forward on ancillary products for StealthCoin.  At the top of our list right now is a web based wallet that can be used in conjunction with StealthText.  This hasn't been one of our publicized roadmap items up to this point but we hope to have this delivered around the same time as the Qt updates in mid-October.

Thank you all again for your support and we hope you look forward to these new releases as much as we do!  More updates to come soon!

-Stealth Dev Team[/b][/size]






Stealthtext + webwallet = perfect!

"Man sends money out of Iran by Encrypted Text Message via Stealthcoin
This will be the future for opressed countries and where governments cannot be trusted."

Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=8b3_1410143623#SHa94iEyP9yri70C.99
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=8b3_1410143623#mwveAQlT6xzBrA7K.99

"Anonymity is a shield from the tyranny of the majority" - U.S. Supreme Court 1995

Come on guys,no other coin has this:

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"Man sends money out of Iran by Encrypted Text Message via Stealthcoin
Using Stealthtext technology developed by Stealthcoin. This user is able to send currency out of Iran with complete anonymity.

This will be the future for opressed countries and where governments cannot be trusted."

Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=8b3_1410143623#mwveAQlT6xzBrA7K.99
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=8b3_1410143623#

TOR + POS working flawlessly was just the beginning




StealthCoin Mention on DeepDotWeb - the media hub for underground commerce!

Article Link: http://www.deepdotweb.com/2014/09/18/can-anoncoin-be-the-currency-of-the-deep-web/

A Dark Horse

Many question why ring signatures are not simply added to Bitcoin’s codebase. According to Bitcoin core developer gmaxwell, ring signatures are possible, but present challenges. A new arrival in the arena of anonymous crypto-currences, StealthCoin (XST), promises to add ring signatures to the Bitcoin codebase with StealthSend, which is still in development. According to the StealthSend whitepaper (https://www.dropbox.com/s/do4urdefwoungjz/Stealthsend-Whitepaper-Brief-201409.pdf?dl=0), StealthSend transactions using ring signatures of 100 keys will only require about one third the space of similar CryptoNote transactions, but give the same level of privacy protection. This savings is achieved through the use of the use of so-called “Chandran Signatures”, and innovations related to the selection of the keys used for the ring signatures. In StealthSend, key selection is based on four numbers: two random numbers (called “nonces”), one number that reduces the difficulty of selecting the keys by specifying a subset of all possible keys, and one number to specify the size of the ring. Thus, the nonce key selection specifies any set of randomly selected keys using only 32 bytes of storage.Applied to CryptoNotes, the nonce key selection proposed for StealthSend would lead to a space savings of about 30% for future transactions.

If successful, Stealthsend will have an obfuscated blockchain similar to CryptoNotes while utilizing the well established bitcoin protocol. Additionally, it will also offer a significant reduction in storage.
To avoid the memory-expensive proofs required by an anonymous proof-of-stake coin, StealthSend will be a proof-of-work coin. StealthSend coins will be created by rewarding holders of StealthCoin at a 1:1 ratio in a proof-of-burn conversion. In other words, to get one StealthSend coin, a StealthCoin holder would have to burn one StealthCoin. After the proof-of-burn conversion, the remaining 15% of the total money supply will be emitted via proof-of-work, using a smooth emission algorithm.
Website – http://stealth-coin.com
Wallet – https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8rWObF4xz1YWHdhNlVHcWJ5dWM/edit?usp=sharing
Source Code – https://github.com/StealthSend/Stealth/

Decentralized Dark Markets

In addition to Stealthsend, the Stealthcoin team recently announced that they plan to support Open Bazaar, which is an anonymous, decentralized marketplace. With the closings of Silk Road and many other Bitcoin commerce sites, a decentralized solution to an anonymous marketplace would fill an important niche.

Open Bazaar promises to be such a solution. It is an open-source project touting many innovations that improve on traditional markets, including a reputation system based on proof-of-burn pledges, which allow users to burn Bitcoin in exchange for reputation. Released under the permissive open source MIT License, the Open Bazaar project plans to launch before the end of 2014.

I suggest to everyone to read the full article in the link that was posted and I add this:

"Anonymity is a shield from the tyranny of the majority" - U.S. Supreme Court 1995



I like the CryptoAsian and Dan Metclaf part the most when it comes to getting glowing reviews.

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September 25, 2014, 06:39:55 AM
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I most definitely vote for Stealthcoin (XST) !  Brilliant in development and a strong community that is 100% behind this coin!  It has determination on building the cryptocurrency revolution with new ideas very fast.  I'm impressed with its intelligence and I'm certain XST will remain a very long time!  I have never expressed anything about an alternative coin before like I am with Stealthcoin.  Check it out.  Research XST.  I'm sure you'll be satisfied.

+1 for stealth

2nd place LXC

3rd place CLD
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September 25, 2014, 06:55:18 AM
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I most definitely vote for Stealthcoin (XST) !  Brilliant in development and a strong community that is 100% behind this coin!  It has determination on building the cryptocurrency revolution with new ideas very fast.  I'm impressed with its intelligence and I'm certain XST will remain a very long time!  I have never expressed anything about an alternative coin before like I am with Stealthcoin.  Check it out.  Research XST.  I'm sure you'll be satisfied.

+1 for stealth

2nd place LXC

3rd place CLD
should not be underestimated AERO, when I was ready to sell the coin, I stopped after contact with dev Wink
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September 25, 2014, 07:12:17 AM
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Seriously ? What's the point of voting for the best coin WITH POD ?  Huh

They are very good coins WITHOUT POD, POD doesn't mean anything about the quality of coin.

It would be wiser to vote for the best scam with POD  Roll Eyes

Without even searching a lot i have two candidates :

http://cryptotrust.io/topic/244/pod-scams-list-of-scam-projects-with-pod


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September 25, 2014, 07:21:24 AM
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Seriously ? What's the point of voting for the best coin WITH POD ?  Huh

They are very good coins WITHOUT POD, POD doesn't mean anything about the quality of coin.

It would be wiser to vote for the best scam with POD  Roll Eyes

Without even searching a lot i have two candidates :

http://cryptotrust.io/topic/244/pod-scams-list-of-scam-projects-with-pod



Scamcoins that have POD does not make coins with POD scams, you have bad logic skills..

The point is that is narrows it down, too many alts.  POD is a good place to start.

(Feel free to voice your opinions for coins not on the list.. This thread is an EZ way to find new investment opportunities. Imho I want to hear from all coins in here...)

Also you are correct, POD has nothing to do with coin quality.. pretty obvious.. it's just a chance at a look into the dev.. or who the dev claims to be at least.
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September 25, 2014, 07:30:57 AM
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Seriously ? What's the point of voting for the best coin WITH POD ?  Huh

They are very good coins WITHOUT POD, POD doesn't mean anything about the quality of coin.

It would be wiser to vote for the best scam with POD  Roll Eyes

Without even searching a lot i have two candidates :

http://cryptotrust.io/topic/244/pod-scams-list-of-scam-projects-with-pod



Scamcoins that have POD does not make coins with POD scams, you have bad logic skills..

The point is that is narrows it down, too many alts.  POD is a good place to start.

(Feel free to voice your opinions for coins not on the list.. This thread is an EZ way to find new investment opportunities. Imho I want to hear from all coins in here...)

Also you are correct, POD has nothing to do with coin quality.. pretty obvious.. it's just a chance at a look into the dev.. or who the dev claims to be at least.

I didn't say that POD are scams but that they are scams with POD  Smiley

This subject would be better as 'Best Altcoins since POD', in fact nearly every altcoin has POD since it's creation

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September 25, 2014, 08:15:13 AM
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Seriously ? What's the point of voting for the best coin WITH POD ?  Huh

They are very good coins WITHOUT POD, POD doesn't mean anything about the quality of coin.

It would be wiser to vote for the best scam with POD  Roll Eyes

Without even searching a lot i have two candidates :

http://cryptotrust.io/topic/244/pod-scams-list-of-scam-projects-with-pod



Scamcoins that have POD does not make coins with POD scams, you have bad logic skills..

The point is that is narrows it down, too many alts.  POD is a good place to start.

(Feel free to voice your opinions for coins not on the list.. This thread is an EZ way to find new investment opportunities. Imho I want to hear from all coins in here...)

Also you are correct, POD has nothing to do with coin quality.. pretty obvious.. it's just a chance at a look into the dev.. or who the dev claims to be at least.

I didn't say that POD are scams but that they are scams with POD  Smiley

This subject would be better as 'Best Altcoins since POD', in fact nearly every altcoin has POD since it's creation

Hmm.. Maybe open it up to additions through suggestion? Mark it as a general "Best Altcoin" thread and start nixing coins with no support?

Can you even add to a poll once it's started?
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September 25, 2014, 08:30:48 AM
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Vote for Quatloo, this coin is so undervalued right now!
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September 25, 2014, 09:37:56 AM
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Hmm, I have to be blind but how do I vote? Smiley
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September 25, 2014, 09:41:59 AM
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Hmm, I have to be blind but how do I vote? Smiley

Some accounts have not met whatever requirement there is for voting. If you don't see the option to vote this is likely the case for you.
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September 25, 2014, 09:58:54 AM
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Hmm, I have to be blind but how do I vote? Smiley

Some accounts have not met whatever requirement there is for voting. If you don't see the option to vote this is likely the case for you.

Ok, I guess it is because my low activity Smiley
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September 25, 2014, 10:41:48 AM
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Xcloudcoin - probably the most undervalued coin out there at the moment.
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September 25, 2014, 10:59:26 AM
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Lol did you need to make this thread just to promote AERO?

Kahir - Scamming dev of Rebirthcoin https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=798159.msg8977686#msg8977686 gets a free happy meal!!
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September 25, 2014, 11:49:01 AM
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Xcloudcoin - probably the most undervalued coin out there at the moment.


This one is new to me actually. What do they have going on?
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