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October 26, 2014, 03:32:08 AM
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Hello,

it would be greatly helpful if anybody in the community can assist in finding a simplied list of the block reward schedules for most/all of the cryptocurrencies.

for example if they could be organized in a spreadsheet format.

it would be nice if all the coins had a site such as http://bitcoinclock.com/

but they don't.

so any help would be appreciated!

Thank you!

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October 26, 2014, 03:36:25 AM
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Hello,

it would be greatly helpful if anybody in the community can assist in finding a simplied list of the block reward schedules for most/all of the cryptocurrencies.

for example if they could be organized in a spreadsheet format.

it would be nice if all the coins had a site such as http://bitcoinclock.com/

but they don't.

so any help would be appreciated!

Thank you!

most alts dont last past a year, .. well 6 months in most cases.. there is only maybe a few exceptions

so everyone should concentrate on the main ones after all most alts are just pump and dump scams

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October 26, 2014, 03:39:31 AM
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Hello,

it would be greatly helpful if anybody in the community can assist in finding a simplied list of the block reward schedules for most/all of the cryptocurrencies.

for example if they could be organized in a spreadsheet format.

it would be nice if all the coins had a site such as http://bitcoinclock.com/

but they don't.

so any help would be appreciated!

Thank you!

most alts dont last past a year, .. well 6 months in most cases.. there is only maybe a few exceptions

so everyone should concentrate on the main ones after all most alts are just pump and dump scams

ty for that info. and yes the main focus is to have the schedules for the mainstream coins. that and possibly any new ones that gain popularity over night.

so if you know of some location or wish to assist in getting a list of the reward schedules, i would greatly appreciate it!

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