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EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE FROM COINEX

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE FROM COINEX

to Cryptocurrencies: LTC, the most famou
Written by the CoinEx Institution, this series of jocular and easy to understand articles will show you everything you need to know about major cryptocurrencies, making you fully prepared before jumping into crypto!
The LTC we are going to talk about today is Litecoin, one famous “altcoin”. Why is it called “altcoin”? That’s because it is a copy of BTC, sharing the same technical implementation principle. Legend even has it that “if the Bitcoin is gold, then Litecoin is silver.”
However, what makes LTC stand out from many other altcoins? Let’s take a closer look.
In early years, the popularity of BTC brought about a large number of “copycats”, which sprang up like mushrooms. Only a few of them have survived. As of now, there are at least 30 altcoins around the world, such as the Litecoin, Primecoin, Biocoin, Ripple, ZCC Coin, and Megacoin. Among them LTC took the lead as the most famous altcoin.
The creator of LTC is Charlie Lee, a talent who graduated from MIT and used to work at Google. Inspired by BTC, he designed LTC in 2011.
Although LTC technically has the same implementation principle as BTC, both its creation and transfer are based on an open source encryption protocol, free from custody of any central authority; however, it is different from BTC in that it enables efficient “mining” and faster transaction confirmation even with consumer-grade hardware (2.5 minutes on average). It is said that the LTC network is expected to produce 84 million monetary units.
An “altcoin” as it is, LTC has its own mission and purpose, which is to improve BTC. Moreover, LTC is considered as “the cryptocurrency that has most successfully improved Bitcoin algorithm.”
Compared with BTC, LTC has three significant features:
  1. The LTC network can process one block every 2.5 minutes (instead of 10 minutes), so it can provide faster transaction confirmation;
  2. The LTC network is expected to produce 84 million LCT, four times the amount of BTC;
  3. LTC uses the scrypt encryption algorithm first proposed by Colin Percival in its proof-of-work algorithm, which makes it easier to mine LTC on ordinary computers than BTC.
In other words, compared with the cryptocurrency system of BTC, LTC has faster transaction confirmation, higher network transaction capacity and efficiency. Therefore, LTC was able to stand out from many “copycats”.
Some BTC players once said: “If you can’t afford Bitcoin, try Litecoin.” The BTC rush has attracted many, and its counterparts, i.e. these “altcoins” represented by LTC, have gone viral as well. According to data from overseas media, the low price of LTC has made China the largest market for LTC transactions. CoinEx, a world-renowned digital asset trading service platform, supports LTC trading, attracting numerous investors to gain wealth.
Charlie Lee, founder of LTC, once liquidated LTC in December 2017, “a crazy action” as it was known in the field. He suggested on social media that he had sold and donated all his own LTC yet without providing more details on the quantity and price of the sale.
At that time, LTC took on a clear upward momentum as its price once soared to $ 375 before Charlie Lee’s liquidation, an increase of 7000% compared to the beginning of the year. Some investors have wondered if it was because Charlie Lee had lost confidence in the future of LTC that he decided to quit. After his liquidation, both LTC and BTC slumped in 2018, sending the cryptocurrency market to a recession.
After the liquidation of LTC, Charlie Lee suggested in an interview that he “regrets selling all Litecoin” because the selling price at that time was lower than the highest level in history in the short run, but he still believed that was a correct decision in the long run. He also mentioned that he would leave this industry after LTC’s success.
In what direction will LTC go in the future? Stay tuned. If you have any idea, please follow CoinEx and let us know.
About CoinEx
As a global and professional cryptocurrency exchange service provider, CoinEx was founded in December 2017 with Bitmain-led investment and has obtained a legal license in Estonia. It is a subsidiary brand of the ViaBTC Group, which owns the fifth largest BTC mining pool, which is also the largest of BCH mining, in the world.
CoinEx supports perpetual contract, spot, margin trading and other derivatives trading, and its service reaches global users in nearly 100 countries/regions with various languages available, such as Chinese, English, Korean and Russian.
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Altcoins come and go.

Altcoins come and go. submitted by imbalancewoo to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Primecoin price sky rockets!!!!!

Price of xpm is going to make record high
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Bitcoin is falling, again, here is why it really doesn't matter.

I've been monitoring /Bitcoin for several months now, watching, speculating, and slowly collecting coins. To date I've purchased or mined Bitcoin, Litecoin, Peercoin, Ripple and Primecoin. Selling off some over time, and putting some personal wins up on the board.
I see two major camps here. In the first camp are the folks attracted to 'quick money', they are excited for Bitcoin and hope to time the market, making a quick 5-10x. These are the folks that you see selling right now. You can't blame them, these folks are making (in many cases) life changing money, paying down/off cars, houses, etc.
The second camp are what I consider to be the true believers. Those of us that understand that Bitcoin has the potential to change money forever. If you believe that a decentralized digital currency, free from government corruption and controlled by the masses is the future - then you're in this camp. This is no easy road, there are going to be sell-offs, attempted regulation, and major unforeseen disasters. It's not for the faint of heart. We could and probably will lose everything, but IF we pull this off, the results will be unlike anything we've ever seen.
I'm printing out my wallets and putting them into cold storage. This sell-off (for me) doesn't matter, is all part of the long bumpy road we must travel. For better or worse I'm in this for the long haul.

Disclosure: The post does not constitute investment advice. By day I'm a Venture Capitalist at Google Ventures. Through Google Ventures I've invested in OpenCoin & ButterCoin. All coin purchases and mining have been done personally.

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ULTIMATE CRYPTO FAUCET LIST - Abraham Lincoln and a cool list of cryptocurrency faucets for you and your shibe.

Four score and a couple of months ago a few crypto-faucet winners and losers popped up in my browser... SOME WERE THE BEST HOT DAMN FREE BITCOIN FAUCETS that a person could find and well some were not as fast...During the last decade the worlds developers and programmers brought forth on this planet the crypto-faucet in many different forms. Are all faucets created equal? They are not... Alright I know this isn't the Gettysburg address but who doesn't love Lincoln?
Here I have compiled The best Fun and Profitable Cryptocoin Faucet List for you. If you like this list you may use it to sign up for these great faucets and claim Bitcoin as well as many different Altcoins. These are referral links so I might get some fantastic referrals like you in exchange for creating this hopefully useful list.
One thing you will need is patience, if you are going to try to get some bitcoins or altcoins for free. it's not really free basically you are being given a very tiny amount of crypto-currency for watching internet advertising or for competing in games or challenges. There are also places you can get paid in Cryptocurrency for completing surveys or doing small tasks.
As with anything on the internet you use these at your own risk and do be careful out there in faucet land. Some of these pages have third party advertisers that will have some pretty crazy s**t pop up on you.
If you do want to go wandering around in faucet land, Here are some of my favourite bitcoin and altcoin faucets;
These are a few of the best i've found for Bitcoin!
FREE BITCO.IN - this one pays out daily interest once you have a high enough balance
The next seven faucets listed are for COINPOT a handy collector for your faucet claims. They payout quite quickly once you reach minimums.
MOON BITCOIN
BITFUN
BONUS BITCOIN: HINT; this one is great on it's own but it's even better if you find the settings and always claim the average amount! Unless you hit the jackpot this will always bring you more coins over the long run.
If you prefer Altcoin faucets these are very wOw! <3
MOON BITCOIN CASH
MOON LITECOIN
MOON DASH
MOON DOGE! MEGA WOW! MUCH SHIBE THANKS! WOW wow WOW
MORE DOGE AT FREEDOGE COIN
BYTECOIN: tHe recently PINK CRYPTO
Here is a site that GETS BONUS POINTS for having a funny name You can claim bitcoin quite often but it takes a long time to reach the threshold unless you have referrals. That's where you come in my friend please help me out and become a referral. Thank you very much! :-)
BITCOINKER! - update NOT PAYING as of July 2019 site admin please pay up!
Or another site you will need much patience to get a little EtherEum;
eThErEuM FAUCET
There are some sites that have games! and pay a little bit of coins for hanging out and playing some games. cool.
CHOPCOIN
BITFUN
LOOTBITS! reviews not good probably scam -
If you like to claim quite a bit,do surveys, or get free coins through chat you might want to try: FAUCETHUB They give away quite a bit of free Potcoin (POT) as well as other coins such as DOGE and PRIMECOIN
If you like Faucethub and it's owner (s)he has another site that pays you for shortening your links: BTC-LINK SHORTENER
And this strange little crypto-game(?) is the one featured in the image for this post. While you can deposit to make the 'game' go faster you can also play for free and have the option of earning coins in other ways.
WEIRD LITTLE CRYPTO FARM GAME - - after "researching" this one it is probably a "loser" based on reviews found on various forums. That said I'm hangin' in there for now to see what happens.
CLOUD MINE FOR FREE - ON EOBOT if you are so inclined. You will need to either claim from their faucet everyday and put it into GHS rental or transfer funds from other faucets to get started just message me here if you are having trouble.
This faucet claiming and "cloud mining" is all very experimental and profits are very small. At the end of the day; PERHAPS IT IS BETTER JUST TO OUTRIGHT BUY COINS - Through this exchange BINANCE
Who knows if anyone is really making much on this stuff or not. Join one or join them all the more the merrier. So that's the list. I hope all you faucet seekers or curious browsers find it useful and or interesting. Good luck out there and if you have any questions about any of them please feel free to message me. All the best in your search for freedom and equality!
*don't forget to upvote!
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Pro Tip: How to turn your Reddit feed into a crypto aggregator

It's really simple.
Step 1) Unsubscribe from every other subreddit
Step 2) Subscribe to this list of crypto subreddits
Step 3) Train Reddit's homepage by upvoting threads in your favorite subreddits
Hope this helps. I've been using it for a month and it saves me enormous amounts of time.
http://www.reddit.com/Aeon
http://www.reddit.com/altcoin
http://www.reddit.com/Ardor
http://www.reddit.com/Augur
http://www.reddit.com/Best_of_Crypto
http://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin
http://www.reddit.com/bitcoin_devlist
http://www.reddit.com/bitcoin_uncensored
http://www.reddit.com/bitcoin_unlimited
http://www.reddit.com/BitcoinBeginners
http://www.reddit.com/BitcoinMarkets
http://www.reddit.com/BitcoinMining
http://www.reddit.com/BitcoinSerious
http://www.reddit.com/bitcoinxt
http://www.reddit.com/BitMarket
http://www.reddit.com/BitShares
http://www.reddit.com/blackcoin
http://www.reddit.com/BlockChain
http://www.reddit.com/btc
http://www.reddit.com/burstcoin
http://www.reddit.com/BytecoinBCN
http://www.reddit.com/crypto
http://www.reddit.com/CryptoCurrencies
http://www.reddit.com/CryptoCurrency
http://www.reddit.com/CryptoCurrencyTrading
http://www.reddit.com/CryptoKitties
http://www.reddit.com/CryptoMarkets
http://www.reddit.com/DashCoin
http://www.reddit.com/dashmarket
http://www.reddit.com/dashous
http://www.reddit.com/dashpay
http://www.reddit.com/DashTrader
http://www.reddit.com/decred
http://www.reddit.com/Digibyte
http://www.reddit.com/digix
http://www.reddit.com/dogecoin
http://www.reddit.com/DoItForTheCoin
http://www.reddit.com/DRKCoin
http://www.reddit.com/EmerCoin
http://www.reddit.com/ethdapps
http://www.reddit.com/ethdev
http://www.reddit.com/ethereum
http://www.reddit.com/EthereumClassic
http://www.reddit.com/EtherMining
http://www.reddit.com/Etherwork
http://www.reddit.com/ethinvestor
http://www.reddit.com/ethtrader
http://www.reddit.com/factom
http://www.reddit.com/GolemProject
http://www.reddit.com/gridcoin
http://www.reddit.com/icocrypto
http://www.reddit.com/ICONOMI
http://www.reddit.com/Jobs4Crypto
http://www.reddit.com/komodoplatform
http://www.reddit.com/lbry
http://www.reddit.com/Liberland
http://www.reddit.com/Lisk
http://www.reddit.com/litecoin
http://www.reddit.com/LitecoinMarkets
http://www.reddit.com/litecoinmining
http://www.reddit.com/Livecoinwatch
http://www.reddit.com/LivingOnBitcoin
http://www.reddit.com/maidsafe
http://www.reddit.com/mastercoin
http://www.reddit.com/mazacoin
http://www.reddit.com/melonproject
http://www.reddit.com/MintCoin
http://www.reddit.com/Monero
http://www.reddit.com/myriadcoin
http://www.reddit.com/Namecoin
http://www.reddit.com/nem
http://www.reddit.com/Neotrader
http://www.reddit.com/news
http://www.reddit.com/NiceHash
http://www.reddit.com/NobleCoin
http://www.reddit.com/NuBits
http://www.reddit.com/NXT
http://www.reddit.com/nyancoins
http://www.reddit.com/peercoin
http://www.reddit.com/pivx
http://www.reddit.com/PoloniexForum
http://www.reddit.com/primecoin
http://www.reddit.com/QuarkCoin
http://www.reddit.com/reddCoin
http://www.reddit.com/reptrader
http://www.reddit.com/Ripple
http://www.reddit.com/ripplers
http://www.reddit.com/SafeMarket
http://www.reddit.com/Shadowcash
http://www.reddit.com/shapeshiftio
http://www.reddit.com/siacoin
http://www.reddit.com/Stealthcoin
http://www.reddit.com/steemit
http://www.reddit.com/storj
http://www.reddit.com/stratisplatform
http://www.reddit.com/supernet
http://www.reddit.com/TaCoCoin
http://www.reddit.com/Terracoin
http://www.reddit.com/Tether
http://www.reddit.com/vertcoin
http://www.reddit.com/worldnews
http://www.reddit.com/xmrtrader
http://www.reddit.com/ZcashMiners
http://www.reddit.com/zec
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It would have been too much to ask Satoshi to think about a better way to reach consensus than Hashcash at the time he came up with Bitcoin, I believe...but there are now obviously better ways than Hashcash.

src: http://www.links.org/files/decentralised-currencies.pdf
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List of cryptocurrency subreddits

EDIT: please look at the updated list here.

Here's a list of all the cryptocurrency subreddits currently checked by u/cryptochecker:
1337Foundation, AlgoryProject, algotrading, altcoin, altcoin_news, Amd, AMD_Stock, Ardor, ArkEcosystem, BasicIncome, BATProject, beercoins, binance, Bitcoin, bitcoin_uncensored, BitcoinAll, BitcoinAUS, BitcoinBeginners, BitcoinCA, Bitcoincash, BitcoinDayTrade, BitcoinMarkets, BitcoinMining, BitcoinSerious, BitcoinThoughts, BitcoinUK, bitcoinxt, BitShares, blackcoin, BlockChain, btc, burstcoin, Buttcoin, BytecoinBCN, CanYaCoin, cardano, CentraTech, Changelly, CoinBase, coinlaunch, coino, CoinTelegraph, ComputerMining, crypto, Crypto_Currency_News, Crypto_General, CryptoAus, cryptoconomy, CryptoCraft, CryptoCurrencies, cryptodev, CryptoKorea, CryptoMarkets, CryptoMoonShots, CryptoSafety, cryptospread, CryptoTax, CryptoTechnology, CryptoUBI, CryptoWomen, curecoin, dashpay, DashUncensored, Datacoin, decred, DeepOnion, devcoin, Digibyte, digitalcoin, dogebetting, dogecoin, dogeducation, dogemarket, DogeNews, DRKCoin, ECCoin, Electroneum, EmerCoin, Encryptotel, EnjinCoin, ethereum, EthereumClassic, EtherMining, ETHInsider, ethtrader, factom, FedoraCoin, florincoin, garlicoin, Gemini, gpumining, gridcoin, heatledger, helloicon, hypercrypto, icocrypto, icon, ICONOMI, INNCoin, InvestingCrypto, InvestingInCryptos, Iota, IOTAmarkets, Isracoin, IWantToLearn, Jobs4Bitcoins, Jobs4Crypto, KinFoundation, knugencoin, LazyCoins, Lisk, litecoin, LitecoinMarkets, litecoinmining, mechmarket, megaIOTA, MonacoCard, Monero, musicoin, myriadcoin, NavCoin, nem, NEO, Neotrader, noncensored_bitcoin, NXT, nyancoins, NZBitcoin, officialpesetacoin, OKcash, omise_go, OriginCrypto, Particl, peercoin, pivx, PoloniexForum, potcoin, primecoin, privacytoolsIO, protoshare, QuarkCoin, QuarkOmega, QuazarCoin, qvoltaexchange, Rad_Decentralization, RaiBlocks, RebelliousCoin, REcoin, reddCoin, RequestNetwork, RieCoin, Ripple, SafeCoin, ShiftNrg, ShowerCoins, siacoin, Silverbugs, SmartCoin, SolarCoin, SpellsOfGenesis, Stellar, Stratis, StuffCoins, surgetraderbot, SynCoin, TenX, tezos, topcoin, TREZOR, Tronix, UnifyCoin, Vechain, vergecurrency, vertcoin, VIVOCoin, VNL, Voxelus_Official, Wavesplatform, worldcoin, xmrtrader, XSPEC, XVG, zec, ziftrCOIN, zoinofficial,
If any cryptocurrency-related subreddit is not listed here, please comment below and I'll add it to the list.
EDIT: Added:
FoldingCoin, CryptoCurrency, ecc, LUXCoin, MyHush, bitcoinshitposting, bitcoinprivate, zclassic, bitfinex, tether, kraken, bitconnect, eos, dmd, cardanocoin, joinmarket, UASF, civicplatform, Bitstamp, shapeshiftio, district0x, waltonchain, SaltTrader, kodakcoin, DeepBrainChain, Oyster, ZClassic, parsecfrontiers, bcash, thekey, nanocurrency, nanotrade, BitcoinDiscussion, Official_DIMCOIN, iBCH, bitcoinSV
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What other Bitcoin-offshoots do you buy?

In the past months, a plethora of other Bitcoin-like digital coins have popped up, several dozen at least, by my count. Are any worth paying attention to?
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Duffsplaining: An Outline of Excuses for Dash's Intentional Instamine

This spec defines behavior for Dash ShillBot(tm) NPC scripts to follow when triggered by negative opinions about Dash's Instamine. [Please contribute your own observations of Dash NPC behavior in the wild.]

I. Ad hom
A. "only trolls care about and want to discuss Dash's instamine"
_1. "trolls are terrible people so whatever they say isn't as important as discussing their motivations for saying it"
_2. "trolls are paid by interests threatened by Dash's superiority"
___i. "Fluffypony & Church of Monerro fanatics"
___ii. "Blockstream Core & BTC maximalists"
___iii. "Bilderberg & BIS gnomes"
___iv. "Craig Wright & BSV faketoshis"

II. What-abouts
A. "what-about Litecoin's Instamine?"
_1. "the cover-up of Litecoin's Instamine is proof of how awful it really was"
_2. "there is a vast conspiracy to use Dash's Instamine as a distraction, as part of an even greater conspiracy to cover-up Litecoin's Instamine"
___i. "this conspiracy is directed by Charlie Lee, his brother Bobby, and all the powers lurking behind Coinbase"
____a. "the fact that Dash isn't on Coinbase (but LTC and ETC are) proves they are all in cahoots to keep Litecoin's Instamine a closely-guarded secret"
B. "what-about Bitcoin's Instamine?"
_1. "Satoshi's unmoved coins are exactly like, yet also even worse than, Evan's instamine"
_2. "Bitcoin's 2009-10 emissions were as bad but also worse than Dash's instamine because hardly anyone knew about BTC, so that made it less fair than Dash's midnight ninja-launch"
C. "what-about Monero's Cripplemine?"
_1. "since another coin had issues with their launch, it's completely illegitimate to have or express any concern about Dash's instamine"
_2. "the relative percentages of 1st year emission taken by cripple/insta mining doesn't matter; what matters is that there was any issue at all"
___i. "it also doesn't matter that reducing Dash's total emission and putting the Instamine into masternodes would greatly exacerbate distribution centralization"

III. Frame Control
A. "we can't say Dash was insta-mined because that sounds too much like scam-mined; we have use the term fast-mine, bug-mine, or some other euphemism"
B. "we can't say Dash instamine was intentional because the Dash community strongly believes Evan's Dash Instamine was an accident"
C. "was Dash's Instamine a good thing?"
_1. "the Dash's community voted on an obscure BitcoinTalk sub-thread to keep the instamine"
__i. "it doesn't matter how sketchy and manipulative the conditions for that pre-determined vote's outcome were"
D. "the instamine has been discussed to death; it's boring old news and beating a dead horse"

IV. Duffield Dindoo Nuffen
A. "Dash's Instamine was caused by a bug from Litecoin"
_1. "Evan is innocent because Charlie Lee is to blame, and/or"
B. "Dash's Instamine was caused by a bug from Primecoin"
_1. "Evan is innocent because Sunny King is to blame, and/or"
C. "Dash's Instamine was caused by a bug from Evan's lack of sleep, inexperience, drug abuse, and incompetence"
_1. "Evan is innocent because he's just a dumb ginger kid"

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List of cryptocurrency subreddits [UPDATED 2019]

Here's a list of all the cryptocurrency subreddits currently checked by u/cryptochecker:
1337Foundation, AlgoryProject, algotrading, altcoin, altcoin_news, Amd, AMD_Stock, Ardor, ArkEcosystem, BasicIncome, BATProject, beercoins, binance, Bitcoin, bitcoin_uncensored, BitcoinAll, BitcoinAUS, BitcoinBeginners, BitcoinCA, Bitcoincash, BitcoinDayTrade, BitcoinMarkets, BitcoinMining, BitcoinSerious, BitcoinThoughts, BitcoinUK, bitcoinxt, BitShares, blackcoin, BlockChain, btc, burstcoin, Buttcoin, BytecoinBCN, CanYaCoin, cardano, CentraTech, Changelly, CoinBase, coinlaunch, coino, CoinTelegraph, ComputerMining, crypto, Crypto_Currency_News, Crypto_General, CryptoAus, cryptoconomy, CryptoCraft, CryptoCurrencies, cryptodev, CryptoKorea, CryptoMarkets, CryptoMoonShots, CryptoSafety, cryptospread, CryptoTax, CryptoTechnology, CryptoUBI, CryptoWomen, curecoin, dashpay, DashUncensored, Datacoin, decred, DeepOnion, devcoin, Digibyte, digitalcoin, dogebetting, dogecoin, dogeducation, dogemarket, DogeNews, DRKCoin, ECCoin, Electroneum, EmerCoin, Encryptotel, EnjinCoin, ethereum, EthereumClassic, EtherMining, ETHInsider, ethtrader, factom, FedoraCoin, florincoin, garlicoin, Gemini, gpumining, gridcoin, heatledger, helloicon, hypercrypto, icocrypto, icon, ICONOMI, INNCoin, InvestingCrypto, InvestingInCryptos, Iota, IOTAmarkets, Isracoin, IWantToLearn, Jobs4Bitcoins, Jobs4Crypto, KinFoundation, knugencoin, LazyCoins, Lisk, litecoin, LitecoinMarkets, litecoinmining, mechmarket, megaIOTA, MonacoCard, Monero, musicoin, myriadcoin, NavCoin, nem, NEO, Neotrader, noncensored_bitcoin, NXT, nyancoins, NZBitcoin, officialpesetacoin, OKcash, omise_go, OriginCrypto, Particl, peercoin, pivx, PoloniexForum, potcoin, primecoin, privacytoolsIO, protoshare, QuarkCoin, QuarkOmega, QuazarCoin, qvoltaexchange, Rad_Decentralization, RaiBlocks, RebelliousCoin, REcoin, reddCoin, RequestNetwork, RieCoin, Ripple, SafeCoin, ShiftNrg, ShowerCoins, siacoin, Silverbugs, SmartCoin, SolarCoin, SpellsOfGenesis, Stellar, Stratis, StuffCoins, surgetraderbot, SynCoin, TenX, tezos, topcoin, TREZOR, Tronix, UnifyCoin, Vechain, vergecurrency, vertcoin, VIVOCoin, VNL, Voxelus_Official, Wavesplatform, worldcoin, xmrtrader, XSPEC, XVG, zec, ziftrCOIN, zoinofficial, FoldingCoin, CryptoCurrency, ecc, LUXCoin, MyHush, bitcoinshitposting, bitcoinprivate, zclassic, bitfinex, tether, kraken, bitconnect, eos, dmd, cardanocoin, joinmarket, UASF, civicplatform, Bitstamp, shapeshiftio, district0x, waltonchain, SaltTrader, kodakcoin, DeepBrainChain, Oyster, ZClassic, parsecfrontiers, bcash, thekey, nanocurrency, nanotrade, BitcoinDiscussion, Official_DIMCOIN, iBCH, bitcoinSV
If any cryptocurrency-related subreddit is not listed here, please comment below and I'll add it to the list.
EDIT: added talkcrypto, MakerDAO, LINKTrader
EDIT: added siatrader, ObeliskHQ, ethstaker, defi
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Abraham Lincoln, A Fun List of Cryptocurrency Faucets and Gaming for Coins!

Four score and a couple of months ago a few crypto-faucet winners and losers popped up in my browser... SOME WERE THE BEST HOT DAMN FREE BITCOIN FAUCETS that a person could find and well some were not as fast...During the last decade the worlds developers and programmers brought forth on this planet the crypto-faucet in many different forms. Are all faucets created equal? They are not... Alright I know this isn't the Gettysburg address but who doesn't love Lincoln?
Here I have compiled The best Fun and Profitable Cryptocoin Faucet List for you. If you like this list you may use it to sign up for these great faucets and claim Bitcoin as well as many different Altcoins. These are referral links so I might get some fantastic referrals like you in exchange for creating this hopefully useful list.
One thing you will need is patience, if you are going to try to get some bitcoins or altcoins for free. it's not really free basically you are being given a very tiny amount of crypto-currency for watching internet advertising or for competing in games or challenges. There are also places you can get paid in Cryptocurrency for completing surveys or doing small tasks.
As with anything on the internet you use these at your own risk and do be careful out there in faucet land. Some of these pages have third party advertisers that will have some pretty crazy s**t pop up on you.
If you do want to go wandering around in faucet land, Here are some of my favourite bitcoin and altcoin faucets;
These are a few of the best i've found for Bitcoin!
FREE BITCO.IN - this one pays out daily interest once you have a high enough balance
The next seven faucets listed are for COINPOT a handy collector for your faucet claims. They payout quite quickly once you reach minimums.
MOON BITCOIN
BITFUN
BONUS BITCOIN: HINT; this one is great on it's own but it's even better if you find the settings and always claim the average amount! Unless you hit the jackpot this will always bring you more coins over the long run.
If you prefer Altcoin faucets these are very wOw! <3
MOON BITCOIN CASH
MOON LITECOIN
MOON DASH
MOON DOGE! MEGA WOW! MUCH SHIBE THANKS! WOW wow WOW
MORE DOGE AT FREEDOGE COIN
BYTECOIN: tHe recently PINK CRYPTO
Here is a site that GETS BONUS POINTS for having a funny name You can claim bitcoin quite often but it takes a long time to reach the threshold unless you have referrals. That's where you come in my friend please help me out and become a referral. Thank you very much! :-)
BITCOINKER! - update NOT PAYING as of July 2019 site admin please pay up!
Or another site you will need much patience to get a little EtherEum;
eThErEuM FAUCET
There are some sites that have games! and pay a little bit of coins for hanging out and playing some games. cool.
CHOPCOIN
BITFUN
LOOTBITS! reviews not good probably scam -
If you like to claim quite a bit,do surveys, or get free coins through chat you might want to try: FAUCETHUB They give away quite a bit of free Potcoin (POT) as well as other coins such as DOGE and PRIMECOIN
If you like Faucethub and it's owner (s)he has another site that pays you for shortening your links: BTC-LINK SHORTENER
And this strange little crypto-game(?) is the one featured in the image for this post. While you can deposit to make the 'game' go faster you can also play for free and have the option of earning coins in other ways.
WEIRD LITTLE CRYPTO FARM GAME - - after "researching" this one it is probably a "loser" based on reviews found on various forums. That said I'm hangin' in there for now to see what happens.
CLOUD MINE FOR FREE - ON EOBOT if you are so inclined. You will need to either claim from their faucet everyday and put it into GHS rental or transfer funds from other faucets to get started just message me here if you are having trouble.
This faucet claiming and "cloud mining" is all very experimental and profits are very small. At the end of the day; PERHAPS IT IS BETTER JUST TO OUTRIGHT BUY COINS - Through this exchange BINANCE
Who knows if anyone is really making much on this stuff or not. Join one or join them all the more the merrier. So that's the list. I hope all you faucet seekers or curious browsers find it useful and or interesting. Good luck out there and if you have any questions about any of them please feel free to message me. All the best in your search for freedom and equality!
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Here Are The Grades (or Ratings) of Over 100 Cryptocurrency Projects

Here are the results of over 100 cryptocurrency projects. In the end, the project either made it or it didn't. That means that if the projects was NOT an A, it simply didn't make the cut. This scale can be misleading because one project may have been rated a C and a "better one" could have a D. This could happen because a project may have initially started out as a B and then after some more research, it could have been downgraded to a D. While a C could have remained a C because it was already low on the list.
I did not include A's and B's for a couple reasons. The primary reason is that I don't want to be called a shill for no reason.
If you don't see your coin on here, it could mean I never came across it, it wasn't worth putting on my list, or because I graded it an A.
If you have any questions about a particular project, or want to know why I graded a coin the way I did, let me know. In the end, it will always boiled down to how you feel about a project. Time and time again I came across big talk, dream sellers, with nothing to back it up.
Coin Name Overall Grade (worth keeping an eye on?)
SpreadCoin C
Groestlcoin C
Loki C
Webdollar C
swingcoin C
TAU C
Blur C
Aquachain C
IoTeX C
NEM C
Ethereum C Ethereum has A LOT of issues. POW but soon POS? No cap what-so-ever. Too many issues. Mine it then sell it.
Bitcore- BTX C
Vertcoin C
verge C
CLOAK C
DECRED C No mass appeal. Other suspicions (See comment)
Ethereum Classic C
DubaiCoin C
POPULOUS WORLD C
Riecoin C
BLOCKNET C
Horizen C
Primecoin C
elastic C
UBIQ C
RavenCoin C 21 billion coins. POW/POS no real USP
stellar Unfair distribution. 100 Billion Coins!?
Bitcoin Gold C
safex C
Masari C Monero fork with no major differences
webchain C
joulecoin C
Zettelkasten C
sexeleven coin C
Ryo C
Project Bitmark C
Prototanium C
Bela C
BLOC C
DEFT D
ZillionCoin D
Binarium D
Sale Live D
DigitalNote [XDN] D
ZeroClassic D
NEXO D
ICONOMI D
Mintcoin D
NAV COIN D
IOTA D
ARK D
BitcoinDark D
PIVX D
ELECTRONEUM D
SHIFT D
RAIBLOCKS D
Semux D
Anoncoin D
Crown D
TheHempCoin D
YENTEN D
ColossusXT D
Syscoin D
Innova D
BitcoinZ D
Stellite D
Mismuth D
Dagger D
storj D
LitecoinCash D
fastcoin D
Karbo D
SecureCoin D
Bitbar D
Haven Protocol D
campuscoin D
Crave D
EarthCoin D
HyperQuant D
whitelist D
nuls D Awarded themselves 60% of coins. Red flag!
Flake Chain D
Goldiam D
rchain D
Mixin Network D
Asterioncoin D
Deimos D
Stratis D
Minexcoin D
Decent D
Zeit D
NobleCoin D
BitcoinPrivate D
guncoin D
Nucleon D
XCurrency D
QLC Chain D
Blacknet D
ROI Coin D
Arionum D
WAVI D
webchain D
SkeinCoin D
Crypto- cto F
motocoin F
Ethos F
geocoin F
htmlcoin F
html5coin F
ArabianChain F
Please comment as you see fit.
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Free Tip - Optimize Reddit for Crypto Research

It's really simple - You can create a new account first if you want.
Step 1) Unsubscribe from every other subreddit
Step 2) Subscribe to this list of crypto subreddits
Step 3) Train Reddit's homepage by upvoting threads in your favorite subreddits
Hope this helps. I've been using it for a month and it saves me enormous amounts of time.
http://www.reddit.com/Aeon
http://www.reddit.com/altcoin
http://www.reddit.com/Ardor
http://www.reddit.com/Augur
http://www.reddit.com/Best_of_Crypto
http://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin
http://www.reddit.com/bitcoin_devlist
http://www.reddit.com/bitcoin_uncensored
http://www.reddit.com/bitcoin_unlimited
http://www.reddit.com/BitcoinBeginners
http://www.reddit.com/BitcoinMarkets
http://www.reddit.com/BitcoinMining
http://www.reddit.com/BitcoinSerious
http://www.reddit.com/BitMarket
http://www.reddit.com/BitShares
http://www.reddit.com/BlockChain
http://www.reddit.com/btc
http://www.reddit.com/BytecoinBCN
http://www.reddit.com/crypto
http://www.reddit.com/CryptoCurrencies
http://www.reddit.com/CryptoCurrency
http://www.reddit.com/CryptoCurrencyTrading
http://www.reddit.com/CryptoKitties
http://www.reddit.com/CryptoMarkets
http://www.reddit.com/DashCoin
http://www.reddit.com/dashmarket
http://www.reddit.com/dashpay
http://www.reddit.com/DashTrader
http://www.reddit.com/decred
http://www.reddit.com/Digibyte
http://www.reddit.com/digix
http://www.reddit.com/dogecoin
http://www.reddit.com/DoItForTheCoin
http://www.reddit.com/ethdapps
http://www.reddit.com/ethdev
http://www.reddit.com/ethereum
http://www.reddit.com/EthereumClassic
http://www.reddit.com/EtherMining
http://www.reddit.com/Etherwork
http://www.reddit.com/ethinvestor
http://www.reddit.com/ethtrader
http://www.reddit.com/factom
http://www.reddit.com/GolemProject
http://www.reddit.com/icocrypto
http://www.reddit.com/ICONOMI
http://www.reddit.com/Jobs4Crypto
http://www.reddit.com/komodoplatform
http://www.reddit.com/Liberland
http://www.reddit.com/Lisk
http://www.reddit.com/litecoin
http://www.reddit.com/LitecoinMarkets
http://www.reddit.com/litecoinmining
http://www.reddit.com/Livecoinwatch
http://www.reddit.com/LivingOnBitcoin
http://www.reddit.com/maidsafe
http://www.reddit.com/mastercoin
http://www.reddit.com/melonproject
http://www.reddit.com/MintCoin
http://www.reddit.com/Monero
http://www.reddit.com/myriadcoin
http://www.reddit.com/Namecoin
http://www.reddit.com/nem
http://www.reddit.com/Neotrader
http://www.reddit.com/news
http://www.reddit.com/NobleCoin
http://www.reddit.com/NXT
http://www.reddit.com/nyancoins
http://www.reddit.com/peercoin
http://www.reddit.com/pivx
http://www.reddit.com/PoloniexForum
http://www.reddit.com/primecoin
http://www.reddit.com/reddCoin
http://www.reddit.com/reptrader
http://www.reddit.com/Ripple
http://www.reddit.com/ripplers
http://www.reddit.com/SafeMarket
http://www.reddit.com/Shadowcash
http://www.reddit.com/shapeshiftio
http://www.reddit.com/siacoin
http://www.reddit.com/Stealthcoin
http://www.reddit.com/steemit
http://www.reddit.com/storj
http://www.reddit.com/stratisplatform
http://www.reddit.com/supernet
http://www.reddit.com/Tether
http://www.reddit.com/vertcoin
http://www.reddit.com/xmrtrader
http://www.reddit.com/ZcashMiners
http://www.reddit.com/zec
Enjoy :)
You can also checkout http://www.livecoinwatch.com if you want a better alternative to the ancient coinmarketcap.
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Merged Mining: Analysis of Effects and Implications

Date: 2017-08-24
Author(s): Alexei Zamyatin, Edgar Weippl

Link to Paper


Abstract
Merged mining refers to the concept of mining more than one cryptocurrency without necessitating additional proof-of-work effort. Merged mining was introduced in 2011 as a boostrapping mechanism for new cryptocurrencies and countermeasures against the fragmentation of mining power across competing systems. Although merged mining has already been adopted by a number of cryptocurrencies, to this date little is known about the effects and implications.
In this thesis, we shed light on this topic area by performing a comprehensive analysis of merged mining in practice. As part of this analysis, we present a block attribution scheme for mining pools to assist in the evaluation of mining centralization. Our findings disclose that mining pools in merge-mined cryptocurrencies have operated at the edge of, and even beyond, the security guarantees offered by the underlying Nakamoto consensus for extended periods. We discuss the implications and security considerations for these cryptocurrencies and the mining ecosystem as a whole, and link our findings to the intended effects of merged mining.

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[serious] About reddit, dogecoin, doges.org and our future

hi everyone,
AS THE POST IS BIG, IMPORTANT THINGS ARE BOLDED, SO YOU CAN HAVE A SNAP SHOOT BEFORE READING IT ALL
I'm new here. I mostly hang around in the IRC channel. I come to talk about something that seems not important, but IT is VITAL for the existence of dogecoin, and to our space travel to the moon.
Much has been said this month. Merged mining, FUD, problems with the mining model, etc, etc. Also, we have seen a big price drop, so many people here, including me didn’t like that very much, as we are also investing in dogecoin in the long run. All this things caused bad feelings, anxiety and all sort of shit. We need to keep united, as one, as real shibes do in the moments of difficulty.
So, I want to talk about many things. About the dogecoin price, how the market is manipulated, plans for the future and etc, but mostly, I want to talk about reddit and why, in my view, we need urgent a forum for the dogecoin community, like bitcoin has bitcointalk.org.
Look, DON'T get me wrong. I loooove all of you shibes, the people here on the reddit website is really amazing, you guys rock. You guys rock so much, that I bought millions of dogecoins, as I was excited by this wonderful and vibrant community. The problem is not the dogecoin reddit members, the problem is reddit as a software itself. I will explain better.
Reddit is not a forum, it's like a news, hot topics website. On reddit, quality posts that are on the homepage get lost in less than a week, as our fellow shibe says here also http://www.reddit.com/dogecoin/comments/23vhld/this_sub_is_not_friendly_to_newcomers_its_a/ so basically, REDDIT WAS GOOD in the beginning, because it was easy to fill up the homepage(a lot of us are web developers and we know how internet marketing/promotion works), but now, this thing is going against us, because all quality posts are getting lost! This, in the long run, can be a real problem, we are losing hundreds of thousands of good quality text, because our community is based on reddit.
another point that i want to make is, by being a sub on reddit, we are vulnerable to all sort of voting/posting manipulation from other reddit members, that are not necessarely a dogecoin community member. this may sound a bit paranoid, but is well known fact, that because dogecoin became so popular amongst the crypto currency world in general, it is attracting a LOT OF HATE, a lot. All the creators of the older coins, like litecoin, primecoin, peercoin, not to mention the new ones also, like blackcoin, etc, etc, are like, wtf? this doge comes from nowhere and....So, in face of all this, I say we need our own place in the internet, we don't need to be a sub any longer. We are doge,we are big, we deserve more than this.
Another thing that i have against reddit, is this voting system.I mean, is cool somehow to have 1(one) or 2(two) hot topics from the dogecoin community, in the reddit homepage, like a fundraising, something special. But, c'mon, should we vote all posts that are made? we have to keep voting, keep voting, keep voting...cmon! we have better things to do! we are losing precious time with this voting thingy, we should be concentrating our efforts in how to spread the voice about doge, how to make the community bigger, etc, etc.
Another point i want to make, is that we should observe the success of others, and "copy" the good things of them. Let's take bitcoin, as an example. Bitcoin is very successful indeed and I have to say that the forum bitcointalk.org has played a big, huge role on that success, without that forum, bitcoin wouldn't be the same. If you browse that forum, you will find how the members of the community easily interact and are able to build an "ecosystem", a lil world of its own.
Some people may say, "hey! we have a forum already! doges.org." no, that is not ok. doges.org wasn't made with jackson or billy consent, and that, in my view is a big lack of respect. Satoshi nakamoto, the creator of bitcoin, was actively posting on bitcointalk.org since the creation of it. In my view, the forum we need, is an official one, one that jackson and billy are there with us, like they are here, on reddit.
And just to make things worst, i found out today that a certain moderator from doges.org is a WELL KNOWN THIEF/SCAMMER, nickname Drexme. They say that the site was sold now to the usenickname Dogedealer, but nobody knows who is Dogedealer, could be connected with Drexme, which was the previous owner, actually they could be the same person. The fact remains that Drexme is still a mod at the doges.org, and that is really bad.
And to make things really, really worst, along with the new “design” that dogecoin_com received, doges_org is now listed in the homepage of dogecoin_com…Cmon Jackson, are you going to let a well known scammer be the owner of the main forum of our community? this must be a joke…
We need to convince the creators of Dogecoin to host a copy of Simple Machines(open source forum software). It can be even a subdomain, we don't even need them to spend money with registering a new domain. It could be: forum.dogecoin.com. That would be the perfect solution, IMHO
I'm NOT saying we should "terminate" with the reddit sub. We can still keep the reddit "sub", but really, as a sub. keep it, as it supposed to be. to "re edit" HOT topics from the dogecoin community (perhaps from the best posts from the official forum and other sources, etc). I know the veteran reddit users don’t like much this when i say it, but the fact remains that dogecoin needs its private forum.
I want to talk a lot more in the future, about the price manipulation that is going on right now and also a lot of other ideas i have to make our community stronger and make us the number one crypto currency in the world, but right now, i think i will just stick to this forum/reddit/community area issue, as I see critical, perhaps i will talk about the other topics at forum.dogecoin.com? i HOPE SO :).
give me your feedback, we really need to discuss this with everyone, including the creators of dogecoin. Please, don't let this post die, be forgotten or end up in the oblivion. If you like what you read and you agree with me, keep this topic alive, speak with other shibes about it, idk, do whatver it takes to acomplish this mission. I personally won't give up, WE ARE SHIBES, WE ARE BIG, WE ARE ONE.
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CMV: Anyone Who Believes Vertcoin's Price Will Increase Once Powerful Scrypt ASICs Come Out Doesn't Understand Demand-Side Economics

I see plenty of people speculating that Vertcoin will explode in value once Scrypt ASICs come out. I personally feel otherwise. The Adaptive scrypt-n and Kimitos Gravity well only appeals to miners-the producers. It does not appeal to many people wanting to buy. We will certainly see a lot of miners moving to Vertcoin once their huge GPU farms cannot profit when competing against 200 MH/s ASICs.
Now, with a cryptocurrency it is a little different because quantitative supply is static-more people mining it only reduces the amount each person gets. But more people will likely be selling mined Vertcoins as they are desperate to pay off their investment in GPU farms. So the effective supply would be higher due to increased pressure to sell by new miners.They will be willing to sell at any price as long as they can pay off electricity- any less, and they will stop mining and sell off their video cards.
But what people seem to fail to understand is that supply does not drive demand. Unless Vertcoin does something to appeal to others besides miners, there will be no increase in demand. All we will see is an increase in supply(due to more being sold, the actual "supply" is static, but the traded amount would increase), no increase in demand. This would lower prices. The people with dozens of video cards aren't looking to buy Vertcoin, they're looking to mine and sell it to make a quick buck. There is NO increase in demand resulting from this.
Just look at Primecoin, mining that is horribly unprofitable. While AFAIK its only mineable by CPU, without free electricity you're mining at a loss even on a nice I7 CPU. This is a related example of how supply of a crypto-currency does not drive demand. It does not matter how "fair" or "useful" the mining is, if no one has any reason to buy it in the first place.
We can continue to advertise about how great our coin is, and pressure merchants to accept it, but we won't get anywhere. It just doesn't compete with the age of Bitcoin, the culture and size behind Dogecoin, or the size behind Litecoin. We need to do something big that appeals to everyone, and makes us the next big thing. ASIC resistance should just be one of our big perks. Without demand, the coin is worthless.
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Proof of Stake and Peercoin's Historic Significance

Bitcoin, Namecoin, and Peercoin are first attempts at solutions to important, long-standing problems. Bitcoin is the first decentralized cryptocurrency. Long before bitcoin existed, people believed that the problem of decentralized cryptocurrency was important.
Namecoin, as far as I know, is the first decentralized DNS system. Again, long before namecoin existed, people hoped for a decentralized DNS system.
Peercoin is the first decentralized cryptocurrency based on proof-of-stake. Peercoin's inspiration is the 'tragedy of the commons' associated with PoW mining. The 'tragedy of the commons' problem in mining has a history dating back to this thread in Nov 2010. People began searching for a solution before peercoin existed and before the term of proof-of-stake had been coined.
When I found out about bitcoin (March 2011), it sounded awesome to me. Proof of stake was not a term yet. In April 2011, I became aware of the the tragedy of the commons problem. I saw it as a nail in bitcoin's coffin and I still see it this way.
Discovering proof-of-stake got me excited again. The beauty of PoS is that it does not require miner rewards to function. With proof-of-stake, the tragedy of the commons doomsday scenario becomes a non-issue. Sure they may be no txn fees, but so what? If you are using PoS this is a great feature. If you are using PoW low fees are a showstopping bug. Once I learned about proof of stake, I saw possibilities: 1) Bitcoin adopts proof-of-stake (or some other rule-breaking alternative) and remains dominant in the long-term. 2) An altcoin adopts proof-of-stake and remains dominant in the long-term. Personally, I see exit to a new cryptocurrency as much more likely. The political challenges of rule-breaking changes in bitcoin are just too daunting. If you need to rewrite the rules, starting from scratch can be a valuable asset.
Today, few people understand that the proof-of-stake idea came out of the debate about the tragedy of the commons problem. If you haven't done so already, I recommend reading one of the most influential threads in the history of bitcoin talk: the tragedy of the commmons thread by Vandroiy. Vandroiy's thread attracted a lot of interest, but did not really make any progress towards a solution for two months. Things changed when Quantum Mechanic posted the thread "proof of stake instead of proof of work" (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=27787.0). Quantum's thread is the first instance of the term 'proof of stake' in the bitcoin community. It may be the genesis of the concept as well. Quantum suggests that proof of stake could allow for lower txn fees. Quantum's concept of proof of stake starts to gain traction once it appears in Vandroiy's thread. Quickly, Vandroiy, Meni, myself, and others realize that proof-of-stake is the likely solution to the tragedy of the commons problem. From this point on, I make it a personal mission to promote proof-of-stake cryptocurrency.
To date, proof-of-stake remains the only proposed solution to the tragedy of the commons problem. With peercoin's arrival in Aug 2012, we have seen this solution realized. Bitcoin devs have spent three years searching or an alternative answer, but have yet to even propose anything.
The tragedy of the commons problem matters. Gavin has often said that a working market for txn fees is perhaps bitcoin's most pressing development issue. This is just a different (and less dramatic) way of referring to the tragedy of the commons problem. Game theory I learned in school told me that bitcoin has 0% chance of remaining valuable in the long-term unless the problem is fixed. If bitcoin can't be valuable in say... march 2050, then why would it be valuable in february 2050? Working backward to the present, the implication is that bitcoin's value depends on faith that this will get sorted out.
Freicoin and Primecoin also solve novel problems, so they deserve credit too. However, very few people see the motivating problems behind Freicoin and Primecoin as important. The tragedy of the commons problem, on the other hand, is one of bitcoin's most important lingering issues. For the past 2 1/2 years, I've viewed this problem as the number one threat to bitcoin's survival.
tl;dr Peercoin offers the first solution to one of bitcoin's most important problems. Can you tell a similar story about the intellectual contribution of litecoin, Quarkcoin, [Insert Scamcoin name here], etc.? Even if Peercoin gets replaced by something else and loses all value, it will still have made history. Nothing can change that. Very few coins can say the same.
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Does Litecoin have any life left?

Is it worth looking at it anymore? Aside from BTC, ETH and XMR, what else is there that's really worth keeping an eye on? Looks like a lot of cryptocurrencies are dying out/have died out, but there still might be some alive. I'm looking at investing/trading on this partly because of my fascination with cryptocurrencies, and because I have some money in my bank account in the US.
Plus - is it worth mining any of those at this point? Not Bitcoin I'm sure unless you've got a computing powerhouse. I'm pretty out of touch with cryptocurrencies since the last time I looked at them was in 2013 and back then Bitcoin, Litecoin, and to a small extent Primecoin were talked about. Of course I thought that was just for fun and boy oh boy was I stupid. On the plus side I have a few Dogecoin though
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Cryptocurrency Market - The Biggest Trends to watch out for 2018-2025

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Globally, cryptocurreny has been selected as digital payment method for the future financial world. These convenient currencies are completely digital requiring online transaction unlike physical cash. Hustle free transaction and deduction in entire ownership cost are few key features propelling the industry.
Major drivers include authentication, ease of transaction, complete security, faster international transaction are expected to spur the market growth with steady performance. Moreover, the industry has not been confined with government rules, exchange rates, interest rates or international transaction fee, hence, making the currency more convenient for application.
The currencies can also be transferred digitally via devices such as smartphones, since they are completely unrestricted from any centralized bank/authorities. Vendors and consumers prefer virtual money for making payments, henceforth, creating new opportunities for the market growth.
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Tax-free & compliance-free transactions, lesser chances of identity theft & fraud and negligible fee charged for cryptocurreny transaction are few other key elements augmenting the industry growth over the forecast period. Moreover, lack of awareness among the people and stringent rules and regulations for application of robots in various countries is expected to restrain the market growth. The emerging industry is projected to grow over the forecast period with more public awareness and continuous increase of new market players with innovative product/services.
The market has been segmented into type of currency, mining types, and application. The type of currency segment includes Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, Ripple, and others. Mining type is segregated into solo and pool mining. The application segment includes banking, real estate, stock market and virtual currency. Other application for the market includes retail sector, gaming industry, education, logistics & transportation, BFSI, tourism sector, media and entertainment industry. BFSI is expected to acquire the major share followed by retail sector operating on cryptocurrencies. The cryptocurrency mining hardware includes Central Processing Unit (CPU) mining, Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) mining, Field-Program Gate Array (FPGA) mining, and Application-Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) mining. ASIC mining can calculate 10,000 times faster than conventional CPU mining.
Increasing acceptance and potential growth for this industry have attracted various small vendors globally for competing in the market. Apart from Bitcoin, Litcoin has also gained prominence in the market over last few years, there are plenty of vendors in the market namely as Litecoin, Namecoin, Novacoin, Peercoin, Ripple, Steller, Primecoin, Megacoin, and many others.
Geographically, the market is expended across North America (U.S., Mexico, and Canada), Europe (UK, France, Germany, and rest of Europe), Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, India, Australia, and rest of Asia-Pacific), and MEA (Middle East, Latin America, and Africa). North America region dominates the market owing to the regulations offered by the government. Brazil and Canada are other major regions using cryptocurreny due to rules and regulations
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12 Reasons to Invest in Primecoin

‎1- Primecoin‬ is the First non Hash-Cash PoW Crypto-Currency.
2- Naturally Scarce
3- Very fast confirmations - 1min/block
4- Elastic supply
5- Primecoin is sustainable
6- Primecoin is currently the “fairest” coin to mine
7- Primecoin can introduce new participants to the new digital economy
8- Proof-of-work cryptos will gradually transition toward energy-multiuse, ie providing both security & technological computing values. And Primecoin is the pioneer in this realm.
9- Primecoin has anti-centralization features
10- Primecoin captures the Wasted Energy of Bitcoin's Algorithm - The mining is actually useful
11- Primecoin has direct by-products
12- Primecoin has been developed by Sunny King, one of the most talented crypto-technologists of the rank of Satoshi Nakamoto
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