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October 26, 2014, 11:20:03 AM
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EnergyCoin
Fairly and free distributed to 800 people of this community.
It is pos so energy saving for better environment.
We working on application for mass usage in The Netherlands so many people can get a fair part if they provide tree data.
The fairly power of EnergyCoin is underestimated by much of the 800 people and they will regret they dumped so cheap.
So EnergyCoin was fairly distributed and is still a very fair CryptoCurrency with great fair future perspectives.
So buy some back now the price is still very fair.
I shall never sell the Energycoin I manage so I 'm fair holder of many of your coins.

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October 26, 2014, 12:41:54 PM
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Franko of course!  Smiley

WUT!!! GOLDCOIN!!!!!

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October 26, 2014, 12:42:38 PM
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Pinkcoin PoS

Has had an average price between 60 and 100 satoshis for months allowing most to get in cheap but not too cheap.

Cool trustworthy devs, put up bios with real identities, no POD required. Many features, constantly running giveaways, lotteries and adding features. Poker gaming atmosphere. Cryptocayce is a professional poker player who promotes his coin when in tournaments. Coin even has its very own troll - barabbas (iconic expert).


Yea I can get behind pinkcoin and they support a pretty worth cause.

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October 26, 2014, 12:43:35 PM
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So far best distro is made by: miraclecoin.
Stellar also made a good distro, but it's not good for anonimity.


I dont know much about miraclecoin can you tell me more?

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October 26, 2014, 12:49:20 PM
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Not being secure is not fair to holders/users of coins.

So hashing power is very important.

For that reason classics like IXCoin, DeVCoin, I0Coin, GRouPcoin, CoiLedCoin and GeistGeld look good, in order of how long a term you need to be looking at.

All of them except IXCoin and maybe DeVCoin have had periods during which no public merged mining pools included them in their merge, thus were excellent for miners; anyone could merged mine them easily at one time or another. Plus having been around for years anyone who wanted to has had plenty of time to pick them up cheap.

The last two are still not mined by any of the large public merged mining pools so are STILL great opportunities for private merged mining miners.

GRouPcoin is only merged by mmpool.org as far as I know, and I do not know of any exchange that lists them yet, even Vircurex has not listed them yet though they have said a long time ago that they would so once they see IXCoin and I0Coin do better volumes quite likely they will list them, probably resulting in a lot of dumping by mmpool miners who have been accumulating them for a long time now. Maybe the best time to pick up such coins though could be before they get listed; you might still be able to get them dirt cheap in private deals with miners.

-MarkM-


I agree with this, low hashrates make the coin less secure and less fair for coinholders and why merge mining is such an attractive prospect for the future. I think even dual merge mining with sha256 and scrypt like RibbitRewards uses would be great.

I hold tons of the old coins like ixc, dvc,GG, i0c just from merge mining. I however dont have any coiledcoin but ill definitely look into it. I also dont have any groupcoin but again, something to look into. Thanks for sharing.

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October 26, 2014, 01:26:01 PM
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nem.. by a friggin mile..

3000 stake holders all getting equal amount. "proof of importance" rewards nodes based on their importance to the network and not the amount of coins they have(although it does play a part)

https://medium.com/@xtester/the-new-economy-movement-fb9bb67eb9fe

im astonished no one has mentioned nem yet..

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October 26, 2014, 01:33:42 PM
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nem.. by a friggin mile..

3000 stake holders all getting equal amount. "proof of importance" rewards nodes based on their importance to the network and not the amount of coins they have(although it does play a part)

https://medium.com/@xtester/the-new-economy-movement-fb9bb67eb9fe

im astonished no one has mentioned nem yet..

So they pay people for being a node?

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October 26, 2014, 01:34:44 PM
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NEM is the one of those!  Smiley
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October 26, 2014, 01:35:50 PM
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October 26, 2014, 01:42:41 PM
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NEM & NODE
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October 26, 2014, 01:46:59 PM
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nem.. by a friggin mile..

3000 stake holders all getting equal amount. "proof of importance" rewards nodes based on their importance to the network and not the amount of coins they have(although it does play a part)

https://medium.com/@xtester/the-new-economy-movement-fb9bb67eb9fe

im astonished no one has mentioned nem yet..

So they pay people for being a node?

no. in proof of stake every account gets forging power based only on the number of coins..

in nem every account gets importance based on a number of factors to do with transactions(details not released yet) and what they do with those coins basically.. the importance you have determines how likely you are to harvest a block... if you are very important to the network, say a merchant that does thousands of transactions a day to all sorts of accounts, they may not necessarily have many coins in their account but that account might be given a very high importance due to the amount of inward/outward transactions.

i think the importance of the account that the transaction is coming from plays a big part too.. so you do not need huge amounts of nem in order to command a high importance and therefore harvest many blocks.. and its not inflation either.. its transaction fees that reward harvesters the same way pos block rewards are generated.. recycled transaction fee's.

beta is out now so you can test it if you like.. people have been trying to brake/manipulate PoI to give themselves higher importance for months and have not succeeded.. they normally end up with lower importance if they try to manipulate their importance by using multiple accounts owned by themselves..

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October 26, 2014, 01:56:54 PM
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The POS coins are fairer to people without miners.

but unfair to the people with out money.

Although this is 100% truth, POS works very well with the right restrictions and rules. This is what enticed me to NEM's IPO (Or, rather, the "Call to participation" - it's emphasis is on a movement and a call to join that movement, not to just simply "invest" and horde/dump/pump). Regulations, in strict moderation and with common sense, are a good thing and necessary.

This is why NEM saw NEMstake - the NXT asset - so those who are in it in the short term can dump if they choose, those who are in it for the long haul will buy in and redeem their asset for the coin when it is released. A process already underway now.

The PoW ship sailed long ago and now only enriches those already deeply invested with heavy mining setups. Newcomers do not stand a chance. The centralization of mining power as well as the currencies themselves just make PoW an outdated model, in my eyes PoW is legacy and is a stepping stone to greater things.
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October 26, 2014, 02:00:03 PM
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what is a 'fair' coin?






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October 26, 2014, 02:17:02 PM
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what is a 'fair' coin?

I thought it was obvious from the above answers that NEM.....the New Economy Movement has a fair coin.....and the ' fairest of all'.

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October 26, 2014, 02:46:34 PM
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what is a 'fair' coin?

That is why im asking everyone what they figure are fair qualities. Because as you noticed in the OP I clearly stated that "fairness" is completely subjective to the individual.

My definition is zero premine, zero insiders, dynamicly targeting difficulty, incredibly lengthy distribution model. Which is why I made FRK to fit that definition of fairness.

Others however have defined their definition of fairness differently. Smiley

I think every coin ever made fits the creators definition of fairness as well as others who decide to support.

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October 26, 2014, 02:48:06 PM
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Whats the word.. construct? Everyone has their own construct of what is fair.

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October 26, 2014, 03:19:07 PM
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NeosCoin, period. Just take a look what a nice project that is.

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October 26, 2014, 03:39:04 PM
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Whats the word.. construct? Everyone has their own construct of what is fair.

no comment on nem then? so impressed you dont want to admit it right? lol

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October 26, 2014, 05:24:43 PM
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In my opinion is NEM the most fair coin by far!

Around 3000 stakeholders and NEM is community-driven. There is almost for everything to decide a poll and all the features makes NEM unique!

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October 26, 2014, 05:34:20 PM
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If you have one of these, then the coin was fair!





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