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January 27, 2015, 07:53:21 PM
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NONE of these 1.0 copycat Cryptos will be used by the average person for real practical purposes. Only Bitcoin and some Crypto 2.0 technologies. Forget about 1.0 bitcoin copies.

I used a pretty basic standard for including coins in this list. What coins would you like me to look at? NXT is in the list, it's not exactly "1.0".

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January 27, 2015, 08:20:37 PM
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I'll grab data for these coins the next time I make the list. Is ethereum even tradable yet? Where?

Both MAID and XCP are on my longer list (age 200+ days). But their volume is too low, so they didn't make the final cut.

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January 27, 2015, 10:53:30 PM
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Thank you for this analysis.

I'm afraid this analysis is flawed on so many levels.

Here's the most up-to-date information:

https://www.coingecko.com/

^^^ It's not perfect, but it's a good up-to-date overview that would take a lot of work to improve on.


My "category A" alt-coin shortlist is:

- Ripple
- NXT
- Stellar

That's it.

LTC is dead.

There are about 10 "category B" (no money, few developers, no influence, no experience) alt-coins vying with each other.

Then there's "category C" - a waste of time.

dude, the site you suggest, coingecko, lists LTC as number 2... where do you see it "dead" ?  Just wondering... I am really heavy into LTC.
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January 28, 2015, 01:48:24 AM
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Thank you for this analysis.

I'm afraid this analysis is flawed on so many levels.

Here's the most up-to-date information:

https://www.coingecko.com/

^^^ It's not perfect, but it's a good up-to-date overview that would take a lot of work to improve on.


My "category A" alt-coin shortlist is:

- Ripple
- NXT
- Stellar

That's it.

LTC is dead.

There are about 10 "category B" (no money, few developers, no influence, no experience) alt-coins vying with each other.

Then there's "category C" - a waste of time.

dude, the site you suggest, coingecko, lists LTC as number 2... where do you see it "dead" ?  Just wondering... I am really heavy into LTC.

Litecoin???

Whatever floats your boat. Some folks fly 747s and get well paid for it. Others save up for months to buy hobby remote controlled drones. LTC hobbyists are in the latter category.

coingecko's analysis isn't perfect, but it's pretty good. For example, Ripple's community rating is very heavily suppressed because xrptalk gets all the chat, with forum.ripple.com only getting official chat and technical chat.
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January 29, 2015, 02:55:48 PM
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* A more thorough discussion of the coins on this list: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=939072

* BTS should also be on the list. To construct the list, I considered the volume of Alt/BTC and converted it into USD. With BTS, the bulk of the volume is in BTS/CNY. Recent BTS/CNY volume is on the order of $50k+, much higher than my cutoff of $10k. I will attempt to address this in future versions of this list.

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January 30, 2015, 03:02:37 PM
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you forget to add stellar(str) stellar.org
stellar is also a good altcoin, with a real company behind them
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January 30, 2015, 07:22:14 PM
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you forget to add stellar(str) stellar.org
stellar is also a good altcoin, with a real company behind them

As the days go by, they're becoming less and less relevant.
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March 17, 2015, 05:55:15 PM
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Hundreds of coins out there. Which ones should be on your radar? Here is the list.

I am not saying that these coins will go up or down. I am saying that they can at least be considered. They have been trading long enough (200+ days) that they are probably not scamcoins. Their recent daily volume is large enough ($10k+) that it's not a complete waste of your time to trade them.

The list. BTC, DOGE, LTC, DRK, PPC, XRP, NXT, NMC, XMR. Read below for details. Last updated: 2015-01-27.

What do you guys think? Good list? Which of these coins do you like?

If you want me to consider adding another coin to this list, comment below. If the coin has actively traded on an exchange different than where it is actively trading now, let me know too.

Update (2015-01-29):
* A more thorough discussion of the coins on this list: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=939072
* BTS should also be on the list. To construct the list, I considered the volume of Alt/BTC and converted it into USD. With BTS, the bulk of the volume is in BTS/CNY. Recent BTS/CNY volume is on the order of $50k+, much higher than my cutoff of $10k. I will attempt to address this in future versions of this list.

Tables. Here is what I show in the tables below:
* age: the number of days since the coin started trading on an exchange. I think that if the coin has been trading for 200+ days, it's probably not a scamcoin. Could it still be a scamcoin? Sure. Are there some gems in the pile of shit that's been trading for less than 200 days? Possibly, but good luck finding them.

* volume.usd: recent daily volume of Alt/BTC, as measured in USD. (For BTC, it's the volume of BTC/USD.) Websites like coinmarketcap only give you today's volume. This is worthless just because a coin could have one hot day and then show up on their list. I am using the last month of data for determining current volume. I think that if a coin's daily volume is $10k or more, then it's not a complete waste of your time to try to trade it.

* n.exch: the number of exchanges from which I used data to construct a price series for this coin. I actually had to poll many more exchanges, to see if they had anything useful. And I had to clean all this data. Surprise, surprise -- lots of exchanges give you lots of shitty data.

Probably not a scamcoin. It's possible that these coins are not complete scams / shit. They've been trading on an exchange for at least 200 days.

Code:
   coin   age volume.usd n.exch
1   btc 1,660  4,500,000      4
2   ltc   927    282,000      5
3   ppc   873     22,400      4
4   nmc   860     12,700      4
5   dvc   841       79.9      4
6   ixc   841       83.6      3
7   trc   718        323      4
8   nvc   715      2,110      2
9   frc   643       22.7      5
10  ftc   638      1,740      4
11  wdc   618      1,660      4
12  dgc   612        109      4
13  mec   586        607      2
14  ifc   569       6.63      2
15  xpm   566      2,030      4
16  anc   556        302      2
17  qrk   552        615      3
18  ybc   548        849      2
19  zet   513        362      3
20  nxt   426     15,600      5
21  pts   425        248      4
22 doge   406    880,000      3
23  msc   406        273      3
24  max   355        351      4
25  xrp   347     17,900      6
26  drk   345    180,000      4
27  xcp   345      7,250      2
28  cha   293       9.02      3
29 bits   282       29.1      2
30  vrc   260      1,010      3
31  bbr   241        432      2
32  xmr   238     11,500      2
33  bts   205      5,780      5
34 maid   203      5,590      2
35  xst   203      1,320      2

BTC plus 34 other coins. I think I was pretty liberal with the 200 day cutoff. But, I figured, why not. Most of the coins near the bottom drop off in the next step anyway, so might as well show the data for them.

Probably not a scamcoin and possibly not a waste of your time. In addition to trading for at least 200 days, these coins have a recent daily volume of at least $10k.

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  coin   age volume.usd n.exch
1  btc 1,660  4,500,000      4
2 doge   406    880,000      3
3  ltc   927    282,000      5
4  drk   345    180,000      4
5  ppc   873     22,400      4
6  xrp   347     17,900      6
7  nxt   426     15,600      5
8  nmc   860     12,700      4
9  xmr   238     11,500      2

Only 9 coins in all. Ignore the rest, focus on these.

Yes, I had to go to 6 different exchanges to get the data on Ripple. Mainly Kraken and Cryptsy, plus the Rock, Poloniex, BTC38, and even Allcoin.

Others. People have asked me about these coins.

Code:
  coin age volume.usd n.exch
1  nxt 426     15,600      5
2  max 355        351      4
3 excl 122        307      2

NXT is on the list. MAX's volume is tiny. EXCL has a tiny volume and hasn't really been around long enough.


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March 17, 2015, 06:16:24 PM
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Just updated the list. See the first post in this thread.

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March 18, 2015, 02:10:42 AM
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useless thread.  Tongue
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March 18, 2015, 03:23:27 AM
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https://www.coingecko.com/en has update stats acros different segment
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March 18, 2015, 11:20:47 AM
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you forget Guldencoin (i think it is 1 of the best coin)

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=554412.0
https://forum.guldencoin.com
http://www.guldencoinlinks.nl
http://www.guldencoin.com
https://timeline.guldencoin.com

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July 23, 2015, 05:30:42 PM
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Hundreds of coins out there. Which ones should be on your radar? Here is the list.

I am not saying that these coins will go up or down. I am saying that they can at least be considered. They have been trading long enough (200+ days) that they are probably not scamcoins. Their recent daily volume is large enough ($10k+) that it's not a complete waste of your time to trade them.

The list. BTC, LTC, DRK, DOGE, BTS, XMR. Read below for details. Last updated: 2015-03-17.

What do you guys think? Good list? Which of these coins do you like?

If you want me to consider adding another coin to this list, comment below. If the coin has actively traded on an exchange different than where it is actively trading now, let me know too.

Tables. Here is what I show in the tables below:
* age: the number of days since the coin started trading on an exchange. I think that if the coin has been trading for 200+ days, it's probably not a scamcoin. Could it still be a scamcoin? Sure. Are there some gems in the pile of shit that's been trading for less than 200 days? Possibly, but good luck finding them.

* volume.usd: recent daily volume of Alt/BTC, as measured in USD. (For BTC, it's the volume of BTC/USD.) Websites like coinmarketcap only give you today's volume. This is worthless just because a coin could have one hot day and then show up on their list. I am using the last month of data for determining current volume. I think that if a coin's daily volume is $10k or more, then it's not a complete waste of your time to try to trade it.

Fot BTS, most volume is in BTS/CNY, not BTS/BTC. (Anyone know why that is?) I merge BTS(X)/CNY to BTS(X)/BTC.

* n.exch: the number of exchanges from which I used data to construct a price series for this coin. I actually had to poll many more exchanges, to see if they had anything useful. And I had to clean all this data. Surprise, surprise -- lots of exchanges give you lots of shitty data. (This number is not accurate for BTS(X).)

Probably not a scamcoin. It's possible that these coins are not complete scams / shit. They've been trading on an exchange for at least 200 days.

Code:
    coin   age  volume.usd n.exch
1    btc 1,700   4,820,000      5
2    ltc   976     154,000      2
3    dvc   890        3.15      2
4    nmc   883       2,800      2
5    nvc   764         941      1
6    trc   711        66.2      2
7    ppc   711       4,740      3
8    frc   692       0.308      2
9    ftc   687        50.5      4
10   wdc   667        36.3      3
11   dgc   661        55.9      2
12   ixc   655        16.7      1
13   mec   635       0.303      2
14   ifc   618        22.9      1
15   anc   605           2      2
16   xpm   601        76.8      3
17   qrk   601        6.05      2
18   ybc   597        78.2      2
19   zet   562        23.6      3
20   nxt   475       7,750      4
21   pts   474          10      3
22  doge   455      76,300      4
23   vtc   407        80.4      2
24   max   404         159      3
25   xrp   396       3,690      4
26   drk   396      79,500      4
27   xcp   394       2,470      2
28   aur   391        1.12      3
29   myr   385        51.8      3
30    bc   382        6.15      6
31   mzc   376        30.2      2
32   pot   371         278      2
33   rdd   369         375      2
34   dgb   369         909      2
35  bits   331        9.79      2
36   vrc   312         762      4
37   bcn   302       2,140      2
38   cha   296           0      2
39 hyper   291         354      1
40   bbr   290         345      2
41   xmr   287      27,100      2
42   msc   259        22.5      2
43   bts   254      40,400      2
44  maid   252       2,550      2
45   xst   252         267      1
46  btcd   247         811      2
47   via   243       1,140      1
48   str   220       6,490      3
49  sjcx   211       1,600      1

A bunch of new coins on the list. Last time we did this, it was BTC plus 34 alts. Now, it's BTC plus 48 other coins.

I think I was pretty liberal with the 200 day cutoff. But, I figured, why not. Most of the coins near the bottom drop off in the next step anyway, so might as well show the data for them.

Probably not a scamcoin and possibly not a waste of your time. In addition to trading for at least 200 days, these coins have a recent daily volume of at least $10k.

Code:
  coin   age volume.usd n.exch
1  btc 1,700  4,820,000      5
2  ltc   976    154,000      2
3  drk   396     79,500      4
4 doge   455     76,300      4
5  bts   254     40,400      2
6  xmr   287     27,100      2

Last time, we had 9 coins on the list. We are now down to 6. Ignore the rest, focus on these.

I pull and merge data from lots of different exchanges. For a couple of coins (they didn't make the final list), I had to go to 6 different exchanges.

Others. People have asked me about these coins.

Code:
  coin age volume.usd n.exch
1  nxt 475      7,750      4
2  str 220      6,490      3
3 maid 252      2,550      2
4  xcp 394      2,470      2
5 opal 189        325      3
6 excl 171        233      2
7  max 404        159      3

None of them have a decent enough volume. Sorry. NXT has dropped off the list. Both NXT and STR are close to the $10k cutoff though. Next time, they might get on the list.

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* 2015-01-27: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=927144.msg10803514#msg10803514


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Check the OP for an update.

The list. BTC, LTC, DASH, DOGE, POT, NMC, BTS, ANC, XMR, XRP.


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A bunch of new coins on the list. First time I did this, it was BTC plus 34 alts. Then, BTC plus 48 other coins. Now, BTC plus 60 coins. The more we do this, the more coins can pass the 200 day cutoff.

I think I was pretty liberal with the 200 day cutoff. But, I figured, why not. Most of the coins near the bottom drop off in the next step anyway, so might as well show the data for them.




So why not raise the cut-off point instead of adding more and more coins to the list? I would think as time goes on and Bitcoin and the alts mature, we should be raising the bar, not lowering it. It's been about 6 months since you first posted this, why not re-run the calculations at 365 days as a cutoff point?



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July 23, 2015, 07:51:19 PM
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So why not raise the cut-off point instead of adding more and more coins to the list? I would think as time goes on and Bitcoin and the alts mature, we should be raising the bar, not lowering it. It's been about 6 months since you first posted this, why not re-run the calculations at 365 days as a cutoff point?

I have two criteria -- age and volume. When I use both of these criteria, the youngest coin on the list is actually BTS, at 382 days of age.

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How often do you update the list?

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Whenever I feel like it and have the spare time.

I've written a program to do most of the work. But it still takes time to download data on all the coins from all the exchanges, merge it, and then write up the post.

I might have some time in the coming days to do an update, though no guarantees.


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Whenever I feel like it and have the spare time.

I've written a program to do most of the work. But it still takes time to download data on all the coins from all the exchanges, merge it, and then write up the post.

I might have some time in the coming days to do an update, though no guarantees.


I will PM you soon...

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Hundreds of coins out there. Which ones should be on your radar? Here is the list.

I am not saying that these coins will go up or down. I am saying that they can at least be considered. They have been trading long enough (200+ days) that they are probably not scamcoins. Their recent daily volume is large enough ($10k+) that it's not a complete waste of your time to trade them.

The list. BTC, LTC, DASH, DOGE, POT, NMC, BTS, ANC, XMR, XRP. Read below for details. Last updated: 2015-07-23.

What do you guys think? Good list? Which of these coins do you like?

If you want me to consider adding another coin to this list, comment below. If the coin has actively traded on an exchange different than where it is actively trading now, let me know too.

Tables. Here is what I show in the tables below:
* age: the number of days since the coin started trading on an exchange. I think that if the coin has been trading for 200+ days, it's probably not a scamcoin. Could it still be a scamcoin? Sure. Are there some gems in the pile of shit that's been trading for less than 200 days? Possibly, but good luck finding them.

* volume.usd: recent daily volume of Alt/BTC, as measured in USD. (For BTC, it's the volume of BTC/USD.) Websites like coinmarketcap only give you today's volume. This is worthless just because a coin could have one hot day and then show up on their list. I am using the last month of data for determining current volume. I think that if a coin's daily volume is $10k or more, then it's not a complete waste of your time to try to trade it.

For BTS, most volume is in BTS/CNY, not BTS/BTC. (Anyone know why that is?) I merge BTS(X)/CNY to BTS(X)/BTC.

* n.exch: the number of exchanges from which I used data to construct a price series for this coin. I actually had to poll many more exchanges, to see if they had anything useful. And I had to clean all this data. Surprise, surprise -- lots of exchanges give you lots of shitty data. (This number is not accurate for BTS(X).)

Probably not a scamcoin. It's possible that these coins are not complete scams / shit. They've been trading on an exchange for at least 200 days.

Code:
    coin   age  volume.usd n.exch
1    btc 1,830   4,520,000      5
2    ltc 1,100   1,010,000      3
3    dvc 1,020        10.4      2
4    nmc 1,010      36,800      3
5    ppc   980         603      5
6    nvc   867       1,110      2
7    frc   819       0.506      3
8    ftc   815         257      4
9    trc   814         137      2
10   wdc   795         158      4
11   dgc   789         137      2
12   ixc   782        45.5      2
13   mec   763         957      4
14   anc   733      23,700      3
15   xpm   729         222      3
16   qrk   729       0.634      3
17   ifc   721         337      1
18   ybc   712           0      2
19   zet   690       0.303      4
20   nxt   603       6,380      4
21   pts   601        7.28      3
22  doge   583      89,900      4
23   vtc   535         510      3
24   max   532         538      3
25   xrp   524      10,700      5
26  dash   524     373,000      5
27   xcp   522       1,660      2
28   aur   519         268      4
29   myr   513        41.1      4
30    bc   510        14.7      6
31   mzc   504         123      2
32   pot   499      49,900      3
33   rdd   497         107      3
34   dgb   497       1,150      3
35  bits   459        73.5      2
36   vrc   440         794      4
37   cha   430           0      2
38   bcn   430       5,000      2
39 hyper   419         862      1
40   bbr   418         171      2
41   xmr   415      15,000      2
42   msc   387        36.2      2
43   bts   382      32,100      2
44  maid   380       8,420      1
45   xst   380         104      1
46  btcd   375         881      2
47   via   371         408      1
48   str   348       4,120      3
49  sjcx   339         362      1
50   pnd   334           0      3
51  ltcd   317        1.45      3
52  opal   316        92.8      4
53   nbt   304       6,600      3
54 unity   302        18.5      2
55  excl   299        11.8      2
56  fimk   294        8.38      1
57   nsr   276         558      3
58  util   273           0      2
59   vpn   250         498      2
60   xpy   221         526      3
61   blk   207       2,790      6

A bunch of new coins on the list. First time I did this, it was BTC plus 34 alts. Then, BTC plus 48 other coins. Now, BTC plus 60 coins. The more we do this, the more coins can pass the 200 day cutoff.

I think I was pretty liberal with the 200 day cutoff. But, I figured, why not. Most of the coins near the bottom drop off in the next step anyway, so might as well show the data for them.

Probably not a scamcoin and possibly not a waste of your time. In addition to trading for at least 200 days, these coins have a recent daily volume of at least $10k.

Code:
   coin   age volume.usd n.exch
1   btc 1,830  4,520,000      5
2   ltc 1,100  1,010,000      3
3  dash   524    373,000      5
4  doge   583     89,900      4
5   pot   499     49,900      3
6   nmc 1,010     36,800      3
7   bts   382     32,100      2
8   anc   733     23,700      3
9   xmr   415     15,000      2
10  xrp   524     10,700      5

Only 10 coins. Ignore the rest, focus on these.

I pull and merge data from lots of different exchanges. For a couple of coins (they didn't make the final list), I had to go to 6 different exchanges.

Previous versions.
* 2015-01-27: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=927144.msg10803514#msg10803514
* 2015-03-17: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=927144.msg11953682#msg11953682


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