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A brief history of the 2013 market peak; why some alts really do die; and what would've happened if you'd given in to FOMO

This piece is a follow-up to my earlier piece, which looked at what would’ve happened if you’d purchased alt-coins shortly after the bottom of the 2013-2015 bear market. A lot of the constructive criticism that I received was that I was too bullish on alt-coins, and that the timing was too convenient. Although it’s fair to say that I am bullish on crypto in general and alt-coins in particular (with several major caveats for both), I agree that it’s important to not just focus on historical analyses where it’s fairly clear that you could have earned money. So, today’s research question is whether you’d still be underwater if you’d bought in to the market at or near the 2013 all-time high. All information cited herein comes from the historical charts available at CoinMarketCap.
TL;DR: This worst-case scenario analysis shows that $300 invested equally across 15 of the 40 coins in existence near the market’s peak in 2013 would be worth only $429.95 today—gains which are entirely attributable to Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Ripple. This is basic, but it can be dangerous to buy high. This is especially true of alt-coins, but even the top three coins in our sample saw fairly lackluster results when bought at the top of the market. Finally, nothing in this post should be taken as investment advice. This is only intended as historical analysis. Past performance does not guarantee future returns.
A Brief History of the 2013 Market Peak
According to CoinMarketCap, the 2013 bull market peaked on December 4, 2013, at ~$15.87 billion in market capitalization.* Thereafter, the market crashed dramatically not once, but twice. In the first crash, which occurred between December 5-8, 2013, overall market cap fell by ~39% to ~$9.66 billion. Then, after a brief recovery to ~$13.57 billion on December 10th, the market fell precipitously, to ~$5.7 billion on December 18, 2013. Thus, over the course of only two weeks, from December 4-18, 2013, the market lost ~64% of its value. Although this was by no means the end of the 2013-2015 bear market--which lasted for approximately 17 months and saw an additional decline of ~45% from the December 18, 2013 low--this was the end of the beginning.
What If I Bought Crypto Right as the 2013 Market Peaked?
Generally, the first rule of trading is** that you want to buy low and sell high. As a result of their fear of missing out (“FOMO”), however, many people find themselves accidentally buying high. Today, I’m going to look at what would have happened to someone who bought their crypto right as the market was peaking. Ideally, I would run this experiment from December 4, 2013, but due to the limited data available from CoinMarketCap, I’m forced to choose between November 24th, December 1st, December 8th, and December 15th. Of those dates, I have selected December 1, 2013, because it represents the worst possible scenario for which I have data. On that date, total crypto market cap, which had hit a new high of ~$15.4 billion the day before, swung wildly between a high of ~$14.83 billion and a low of ~$12.18 billion. Unfortunately, it’s unclear exactly when CoinMarketCap’s snapshot was taken. That said, it’s clear that our hypothetical FOMO trader is about to lose his shirt over the next few weeks, so let’s dive into the specifics.
On December 1, 2013, there were 40 coins listed on CoinMarketCap. I won’t list them all here, but of those 40, all but 11 are still listed as active on CoinMarketCap. The truly dead (or “inactive”) coins are BBQCoin (BQC; rank 16), Devcoin (DVC; rank 19), Tickets (TIX; rank 22), Copperlark (CLR; rank 24), StableCoin (SBC; rank 25), Luckycoin (LKY—ironic, I realize; rank 31), Franko (FRK; rank 34), Bytecoin (BTE; rank 35), Junkcoin (JKE—how apt; rank 36), CraftCoin (CRC; rank 39), and Colossuscoin (COL; rank 40).***
Now, since this post is already incredibly long, instead of testing all 40 coins, let’s take a decently-sized sample of five coins each from the top, middle, and bottom of the stack, and look at what happens. For the middle, although the temptation is to take decent alts, let’s fight that and take the group with the highest failure rate: ranks 21-25. So, here’s out pool:
Now, here are how our sample of coins has performed as of when I write this:****
So, if our hypothetical FOMO trader had invested $100 in our top-five sample near the 2013 peak, it would currently be worth $411.80 (the profitable coins) + $3.06 (PPC) + $4.27 (NMC) = $419.13—a 4.19x increase.
Now for the two coins in the middle five that didn’t completely die:
So, if our hypothetical FOMO trader had invested $100 in our middle-five sample near the 2013 peak, it would currently be worth ~$15.19—an ~84.8% loss.
Finally, here are the two coins from the bottom five that didn’t completely die:
So, excluding everything buy Argentum, if our hypothetical FOMO trader had invested $100 in our bottom-five sample near the 2013 peak, it would currently be worth ~$2.96—a ~97% loss. Putting it all together, $300 invested in this sample of 15 coins as close to the peak of the 2013 market as the data will let me get, would be worth $429.95—a disappointing, but not-unexpected ~30.2% increase over five years. That said, I’m honestly somewhat amazed our FOMO trader made anything at all on this basket of coins, considering how many of them failed. In any case, all of his gains came from the top-three coins from 2013: Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Ripple.
Conclusions
What’s the lesson here, what’s the takeaway?***** Most importantly, I think the above analysis shows that it can be very dangerous to buy alt-coins when the market is at or near an all-time high—a conclusion that appears to be true regardless of where the alt is positioned in the market. That said, there are a few caveats: (1) this sample was intentionally bad, in order to reflect a worst-case scenario; (2) even buying the top-three coins at the all-time high didn’t net our FOMO trader particularly large gains when compared to someone who bought these same coins after the crash. Therefore, I think that the most important lesson here is not to buy high in the first place. Investing solely because of FOMO will probably cause you to lose money, unless you have invested equally in a broad range of cryptocurrencies, like the trader in our hypothetical. Even then, however, our FOMO trader probably would have done better investing in an S&P Index fund over the same period.
Endnotes
*This is a correction to my earlier piece, in which I stated that the cryptocurrency market peaked on November 30, 2013, at a total market capitalization of ~$15.2 billion. I made this error due to having failed to narrow the date range of the chart so I could properly zoon in. That said, the exact details of the market peak don’t affect the conclusions from my last piece, which considered trades made after the market had bottomed out.
** …you do not talk about trading. Wait, that’s the wrong rulebook.
*** Since I already typed it out, here’s the list of remaining active coins, in descending order: Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), Ripple (XRP), Peercoin (PPC), Namecoin (NMC), Megacoin (MEC), Feathercoin (FTC), WorldCoin (WDC), Primecoin (XPM), Freicoin (FRC), Novacoin (NVC), Zetacoin (ZET), Infinitecoin (IFC), Terracoin (TRC), Crypto Bullion (CBX), Anoncoin (ANC), Digitalcoin (DGC), GoldCoin (GLD), Yacoin (YAC), Ixcoin (IXC), Fastcoin (FST), BitBar (BTB), Mincoin (MNC), Tagcoin (TAG), FlorinCoin (FLO), I0Coin (I0C), Phoenixcoin (PXC), Argentum (ARG), Elacoin (ELC)
**** I know that we could have sold them sooner, and probably for more money, but let’s just assume that our hypothetical FOMO trader was a founding member of the #hodlgang. ;-)
***** Don’t mess with Maui when he’s on a breakaway! You’re welcome. ;-)
Disclosures: I have previous held Litecoin, and currently hold approximately $140 of Ripple. I do not believe this influenced my analysis in any way. I have never bought or held any of the other coins discussed in this analysis.
Edits: Formatting, typos, minor clarifications.
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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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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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The biggest threat to Dogecoin

Hey Shibes,
We all love dogecoin and want to see it go to the moon. But I think over the past few days, I've seen a shift in perception that threatens to kill dogecoin.
When we were the first "joke digital currency" we were getting a lot of attention because of the price spike, and because people were finding it a fun and easy alternative to bitcoin. The reddit community grew, and with the addition of the tipbot, we were in a pretty good position. The power of dogecoin is the strong community around the coin, and the sense of fun we all have.
The problem is that the influx of new "joke coins" like fedora coin, catcoin, and "conye" the kanye themed coin, is threatening to overrun us. Right now, the general public doesn't know much about dogecoin except that we're a coin based on a meme. They don't know the market cap, the huge community, etc. As the news keeps covering the huge new influx of joke coins, it's possible that we will be lumped in the same category with all the other crappy knockoff coins. It's a huge threat we are facing right now, I'm sorry to say my shibes =/ People are looking to ride the wave, and that means making their own coin and mining it, hoping the value increases a few satoshi over the launch and making tons of money in the process.
What can we do? We need to differentiate dogecoin from the other joke coins. We need to show the world that shibes are united and strong. The joke is wearing off, but a fun loving, accepting community will always be popular.
The first thing is to stay strong, not panic, and contribute to the community. The resources around dogecoin have grown a ton in the past few days, and I hope that continues. You shibes are all doing amazing work :) The second thing is to make dogecoin the official tipping currency of a significant website. We've talked about it becoming the official currency of reddit, that would go a huge way to us being differentiated from the other coins, and taken seriously. Finally, we need to improve the press coverage. The press needs to talk about significant milestones with dogecoin, and not lump us in with every other new cyrpto. This means new huge purchases (like the car) solely with dogecoin. This means spreading the shibe love. This means getting celebrities involved. This means more marketplaces, exchanges, etc.
There can only be a few coins that are successful. People aren't going to want to hold multiple different types of currencies to pay for goods. Bitcoin is a store of value, maybe lightcoin or digitalcoin will be successful, but dogecoin can be the coin of the internet.
We can do this fellow shibes. The crypto gold rush has only just begun, but only one coin has the backing of the internet. Let's make it happen!
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We are Adam, Mike, Ryan, Angelo and Ken of Vault of Satoshi (Canadian Bitcoin Exchange) AUA! And Raise Money for Cancer Research!

My short bio:
Hey folks I'm Adam Cochran, Director of Marketing for Vault of Satoshi, Canada's largest international cryptocurrency exchange! I'm joined by some our team for our first ever Ask Us Anything!
The team who is here today:
Mike Curry - Co-Founder
Ryan van Barneveld - Co-Founder
Adam Cochran - Director of Marketing
Angelo Rodrigues - Software Engineer
Ken Vahl - Developer
And as of 1pm, we'll be happy to take your questions on Cryptocurrency, our exchange, Canada, our team, you name it! (Disclaimer: We reserve the right to not answer questions related to security policy if we feel it may jeopardize user security)
Our Proof: www.twitter.com/vaultofsatoshi
Donations for Canadian Cancer Society:
Since April is Cancer Awareness month we'll be raising funds for the Canadian Cancer Society in cryptocurrencies today! Feel free to tip in your favorite crypto to the wallet addresses below! 100% of all proceeds will be going to the Canadian Cancer Society once exchanged for Fiat and we'll announce on /VoS how much we raised, and which crypto gave the most!
Bitcoin: 1EsrAN9RDp7XA9c7aXxoC4gQApeTQaQqgD
Dogecoin: D6iydwkV4ahLb1kh7kkL2HKYZ123GBddcP
Auroracoin: AULecYyfRxE712pHJYWuBtfJNY3nUwJgTH
Cryptogenic Bullion: 5k4GfUse1aqLdFNoxfNJExkw28joR5971u
Darkcoin: Xurkbw2bdxufHxZywh9uPRz5Nby42rtqzM
Digitalcoin: DEUJ7ewRVbaYDD2Uvomi12beAmHEAsjG7f
Litecoin: LgqWyaZcDeexJP4JmFBJKjLvarEeeiMHAu
Mintcoin: MdNiyTfUWfgmYdJCBbvLkmnEgL5EjpnQqp
Peercoin: PQCvLzmnFASX1Dr3Sn4ng6sqEU9pTRhMmh
Quark: QjMiv7Buwd38RiDTTSD6N5cbHxB1HiwqCU
Vertcoin: VqP5TBNs7fNT9cLCanG7FqvAEC5QeknfPt
Worldcoin: WcauiMQDq2cgs8E81vddr2E9NQpyd5mKKA
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valid calls
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+dogetoolbot AMOUNT SYMBOL value
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Vault of Satoshi announces "InstaBT" partnership allowing Canadian users to instant buy BTC

It's time for some spring cleaning here at VoS! Out with the old, in with the new!
New Coins:
First and foremost we'll be adding some new altcoins to the VoS family:
  1. CryptogenicBullion
  2. DigitalCoin (previously unannounced)
  3. MintCoin
  4. DarkCoin
  5. WorldCoin
Cheques:
We're phasing out support for cheques, as we've found the payment method to be slow and cumbersome for our users and involves too high of a turn around time. All cheque requests for April 10th will be honored but after that we will be switching over to other payment methods.
For Canadian Users:
Canadian users will have some exciting new payment methods they can look forward to shortly including our new partnership with InstaBT.com, and will still have the same EFT/PAD and wire support as always.
For US Funds:
As we will not yet be supporting debit methods for international users we will still be allowing users operating in USD to withdraw via cheques for the time being. They will also be able to withdraw via Wire Transfer if their withdrawal balance exceeds $1000 USD. There will also be some temporary changes to our deposit methods for USD deposits please contact [email protected] to find the latest deposit information.
InstaBT:
We're pleased to announce our new partnership with Canadian Bitcoin purchasing service InstaBT.com! InstaBT is a service that allows Canadians to buy Bitcoin directly online with Interac. While the service normally only allows users to buy 0.5 BTC, verified level 2 Vault of Satoshi users will now be able to fund their BTC accounts via InstaBT up to their normal VoS weekly limits.
We are now on the final testing stages of this new feature and will be rolling out in the coming week!
And More!
This spring is ramping up to be a pretty exciting season for us here at Vault of Satoshi, we've already teased about our up coming Affiliate program, new changes to the UI that will simplify trading, and have tons more in the pipeline that we'll be announcing soon! We thank you for your continued patronage, and for joining us on this journey!
All the best,
Adam
Really interesting feature for Canadian users! Seems like VoS could become the Coinbase of Canada with these changes. It's really convenient to be able to instant buy.
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[dogetoolbot] Get Nearly Instant Coin Conversion Estimates for any combination of over 100 cryptos now with dogetoolbot

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Bi-weekly Digitalcoin News Thread [#4]

Hi Digitalcoin, and welcome to the fourth edition of this bi-weekly news digest!
Things are still quiet on the cryptocurrency front, and the digitalcoin community is no exception. However, enthusiasm is starting to return. We have experienced the first major price hike in a long time, as this DGC/BTC and DGC/USD charts indicates. We seem to be settling for a new floor.
This edition of the digest will be short and sweet: we'll see how Heartbleed died and discuss new services & faucets, among other things.
Happy Friday everyone!
Yours truly,
ThinkThrough

What has happened in the past two weeks?

On the Reddit front
News of the world
Services

Upcoming

Big events in the next few weeks:

Most generous tippers (past 2 weeks)

Username | Tipped (dgc) | Received (dgc) | Net diff. | thinkthrough | 135.000000 | 25.000000 | + 110.000000 | happyfocker | 191.000000 | 100.000000 | + 91.000000 | fullmetalgurren | 215.000000 | 164.000000 | + 51.000000 | n47h4nk | 10.000000 | 5.000000 | + 5.000000 | 
Source: http://www.reddit.com/dgctipbot/wiki/tips

/digitalcoin stats (past 2 weeks)

Source : http://www.reddit.com/digitalcoin/about/traffic/

Past editions

Did I miss something?

If I missed something, post it in the comments, I'll add it in to the post.
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List of Today's and Tomorrow's Upcoming Events

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Cryptocurrencies (CRYPTO) Sydney Bitcoin Conference March 29, 2018
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Tether(USDT) Delisting from BitZ March 30, 2018
Ark(ARK) HackPrinceton Spring-2018 March 30, 2018
PIVX(PIVX) zPIV Will Be Deactivated March 30, 2018
Substratum(SUB) Product Update March 30, 2018
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Everus(EVR) BaaS Platform March 30, 2018
Zeepin(ZPT) Zeepin Community AMA March 30, 2018
Bitcoin White(BTW) Consensus Update March 30, 2018
Insights Network(INSTAR) Community AMA March 30, 2018
Ontology(ONT) Source Code on Github March 30, 2018
Flash(FLASH) Flash Community AMA in Discord March 30, 2018 4:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Bitcoin(BTC) CryptoConscious 2018 March 30, 2018 1:00 PM - April 2, 2018 11:59 PM
 
Meetups
Ethereum(ETH) ETH CommunityFund Meeting March 29, 2018
ICON(ICX) Tokyo Meetup March 29, 2018
Aion(AION) Shanghai Meetup March 29, 2018
Iconomi(ICN) Managers Meetup in London March 29, 2018
ALIS(ALIS) ALIS (ALIS) ALIS San Francisco Meetup March 29, 2018
ALIS(ALIS) ALIS San Francisco Meetup, USA March 29, 2018
ALIS(ALIS) ALIS Silicon Valley Meetup, USA March 30, 2018 1:00 AM - 3:30 AM
 
Software/Platforms
SolarCoin(SLR) SPV Wallet March 29, 2018
indaHash(IDH) Coin Integration App March 29, 2018
Insights Network(INSTAR) Wallet V1 March 29, 2018
Insights Network(INSTAR) INSTAR Wallet Release March 29, 2018
Insights Network(INSTAR) INSTAR Wallet V1 Release March 29, 2018
Insights Network(INSTAR) Wallet/Website/Partners March 29, 2018
Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
ZenCash(ZEN) ZENCASH ($ZEN) MOBILE WALLET March 30, 2018
Neumark(NEU) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
Sprouts(SPRTS) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
Neutron(NTRN) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
Unobtanium(UNO) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
Xaurum(XAUR) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
UFO Coin(UFO) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
AudioCoin(ADC) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
MazaCoin(MZC) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
Darcrus(DAR) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
Megacoin(MEC) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
Bata(BTA) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
FuelCoin(FC2) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
TeslaCoin(TES) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
Digitalcoin(DGC) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
UltraCoin(UTC) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
MaxCoin(MAX) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
CannaCoin(CCN) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
Titcoin(TIT) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
Truckcoin(TRK) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
Orbitcoin(ORB) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
SoonCoin(SOON) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
AmsterdamCoin(AMS) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
8Bit(8BIT) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
PayCoin(XPY) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
Blakecoin(BLC) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
Sterlingcoin(SLG) Wallet Removing from Bittrex March 30, 2018
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For those who sent their Dogecoins to Digitalcoin address or vice versa: you can probably recover them

I know there are people out there who already did this, so I'm writing this mini guide for them. As you may have already noticed Dogecoin (DOGE) and Digitalcoin (DGC) both share the same address structure. What it means is that you can send your Dogecoins to Digitalcoin address or vice versa, the wallet will let you do that. Normally, this shouldn't be possible - for example, the wallet won't let you send you DOGEs to Bitcoin address - it fails the verification procedure. Consider a scenario when you want to deposit your DOGEs on cryptsy, but instead of using DOGE deposit address, you use DigitalCoin address - the wallet will send them, but they will never appear on cryptsy, as the two networks are independent. If you can't get the private key for that address, your coins are lost. The additional disadvantage here is that some people misuse DGC for Dogecoins. However, if you accidentally sent your DOGEs to Digitalcoin address (or vice versa), that you have private key for (you created that address), you can recover them. First, you need to actually get that private key. If you sent DOGEs to Digitalcoin address, you would want to open Digitalcoin wallet, go to Help > Debug window > Console. If your wallet is encrypted, type "walletpassphrase YOUR_PASSPHRASE 120" (replace YOUR_PASSPHRASE with your actual passphrase), press enter. Then type "dumpprivkey ADDRESS". Replace ADDRESS with the address you sent your coins to. When you press enter, you will get another string - this is your private key for the address. Never share this with anyone else. If you do, that person will have access to all funds that you might have on that address. If you do share this accidentally, securing your coins will require creating another wallet - sending coins to one of your addresses in the same wallet is not enough. The reason for this is that when you send part of your coins to an address, the rest of your balance is sent to one of your own addressess - this makes tracking coins more difficult, however this change could be sent to your compromised address and be stolen by the other person who has your private key. To create a new wallet, follow the instructions in 'Making a new wallet' section here: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Securing_your_wallet#Making_a_new_wallet - you can use it for every *coin. Copy your private key and open up Dogecoin wallet, go to Help > Debug window > Console and type "importprivkey YOUR_PRIVATE_KEY LABEL", where label is the same label that you provide, when creating new receiving address - it's optional. Press enter and wait until you see new empty line in the console with time mark left to it - this could take 1-2 minutes in Digitalcoin wallet, should be instant in Dogecoin wallet. You should now see Dogecoins, that you accidentally sent to Digitalcoin address. If you did the opposite, just follow that guide, but replace Digitalcoin wallet with Dogecoin wallet and vice versa (dump private key from Dogecoin wallet and import it to Digitalcoin wallet).
Be safe, don't share you private key and have a copy of your wallet in a safe place! I wrote it in as easy language as I could so it's easy to understand for beginners in cryptocurrency world. Also English is not my native language so forgive me if the grammar isn't perfect.
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Why mine Quark (QRK)? Securecoin (SRC) has the same features ...excepted it is still largely unmined.

I know some economist backed Quark recently, and there has been talk about him being bought by QRK devs, but in the end I don't think any of this really matters...
As can be seen on the other sub-reddits, many people are getting into mining, following the recent Bitcoin buzz. Some are looking for ASIC sellers, some have bought GPUs, and I suspect quite a few just use their CPUs to mine QRK (or just wish they could still use their CPUs to mine Bitcoin, if they have not heard about QRK).
When the people in the last category start to realize Securecoin has the same specifications as QRK excepted that it follows the minting curve of Bitcoin, I think they will go for it. After all, it's the best opportunity for people who get into crypto-currencies now to get on a Bitcoin-like ship before it sails, and with no hardware investment at all. It was launched about 3 months ago, that's nothing in the Bitcoin timescale: less than 5% of the coins have been mined, and each block is rewarded with full subsidies. In contrast, 98% of QRK are already gone.
I think it can be successful if it builds on both the Bitcoin and Quark hypes.
Moreover it will probably stay around as an ASIC-resistant coin for some time, as it is not expensive enough to motivate research into ASICs, and the fact that it uses 6 different hashing algorithms must make it about 6 times as expensive to produce ASICs. So it will be a perfect opportunity for anyone who has heard about Bitcoin to try mining, with a clean slate for everybody. And let's face it, mining is fun. The people who start mining will probably stick around to support they crypto-currency. It is an excellent moment for a CPU coin to try and build a large user base.
If some of you are fed up with the newcomers' questions about Bitcoin and Litecoin mining, I invite you to try a little social experiment: redirect them to Securecoin and see if it catches on.
EDIT: since I've seen people are actually starting to mine this, here's a useful piece of info to get you started. The default nodes in the client seem to be outdated. For a more recent list of nodes, please refer to the Securecoin forum: http://digitalcoin.co/forums/index.php/topic,184.0.html
To mine this you can use the same miners as for Quark (it's the same algo).
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I thought I'd explain what the benefits are of holding shares in CryptoAve. For starters, dividends pay out monthly.

Hopefully this reads clearly.
What is CryptoAve?
It's an exchange trading DGC/ARG/SRC/LTC/PPC for BTC and soon USD (possibly coming in one day). It will have a payment processor for merchants very soon. 2FA and the affiliate system has just been rolled out as well. Things are off to a good start.
How do the shares (CAV) work?
You buy them with Digitalcoin (check out /digitalcoin) and get payed dividends. A dividend is simply a sum of money payed regularly, in this case monthly. There are 100,000 shares, and you're payed 1/100,000th of the total fee revenue for each share. You get payed in the currencies that are trading on the exchange, respectively (you'd get a small sum of each trading currency, not just one). The first dividends are payed at the end of March.
Why?!
Well, they're a good investment, simply put. They're cheap right now (mainly because of a slow roll out of CryptoAve to properly test all of the features). With Digitalcoin being pushed heavily through good development, a large marketing campaign soon including a coin and website redesign, CryptoAve will be the primary trading site for DGC, among other currencies (I'm betting that people will like that it's reliable and fast).
Where to get 'em
Sign up on CryptoAve (can't view the trading section otherwise), transfer some Digitalcoin over to your account, go to the "Trade" page, and look at the right side of the page for "Market Trends," at the bottom you'll find CAV/DGC. Here's a direct link.
My source.
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Willing to lend bandwidth and resources to help new/struggling altcoins

I'm wanting to help new and struggling Altcoins by becoming a node for them, located in the center of the US.
I'm currently a node for:
Bitcoin
Digitalcoin
Tigercoin
Fireflycoin
HamRadioCoin
I've got plenty of drive space to continue to add coins to my server.
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I thought I'd explain what the benefits are of holding shares in CryptoAve. For starters, dividends pay out monthly.

I posted this in /CryptoCurrency, but I figure it might be useful here too. I'm not gonna crosspost because I figure you'd all appreciate a text post here as opposed to somewhere else, so I'm going to copy over the content from that post.
What is CryptoAve?
It's an exchange trading DGC/ARG/SRC/LTC/PPC for BTC and soon USD (possibly coming in one day). It will have a payment processor for merchants very soon. 2FA and the affiliate system has just been rolled out as well. Things are off to a good start.
How do the shares (CAV) work?
You buy them with Digitalcoin (check out /digitalcoin) and get payed dividends. A dividend is simply a sum of money payed regularly, in this case monthly. There are 100,000 shares, and you're payed 1/100,000th of the total fee revenue for each share. You get payed in the currencies that are trading on the exchange, respectively (you'd get a small sum of each trading currency, not just one). The first dividends are payed at the end of March.
Why?!
Well, they're a good investment, simply put. They're cheap right now (mainly because of a slow roll out of CryptoAve to properly test all of the features). With Digitalcoin being pushed heavily through good development, a large marketing campaign soon including a coin and website redesign, CryptoAve will be the primary trading site for DGC, among other currencies (I'm betting that people will like that it's reliable and fast).
Where to get 'em
Sign up on CryptoAve (can't view the trading section otherwise), transfer some Digitalcoin over to your account, go to the "Trade" page, and look at the right side of the page for "Market Trends," at the bottom you'll find CAV/DGC. Here's a direct link.
My source.
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Bi-weekly Digitalcoin News Thread [#2]

Hi Digitalcoin enthusiast, and welcome to the second edition of this bi-weekly news digest!
Some of you doubted that two weeks was long enough for anything of significance to happen in the Digitalcoin world. I hope that this news digest will prove you wrong ;)
In this issue, we're talking about important movements on the exchange front: some have fallen, many are rising. Fortunately, amidst all these changes, the overall availability of Digitalcoin is increasing. A constant and important factor in the downfall of exchanges seems to be security. Are your coins safe? Have you ever considered using a paper wallet?
Other important news that we'll be covering: a new version of the core Digitalcoin software, a major website overhaul, and the introduction of a stable Android wallet.
Happy Friday everyone!
Yours truly,
ThinkThrough (and spell check master FullMetalGurren)

What has happened in the past two weeks?

On the Reddit front
News of the world
New services

Upcoming

Big events in the next few weeks:

Most generous tippers (past 2 weeks)

Username | Tipped (dgc) | Received (dgc) | Net diff. | FullMetalGurren | 35.000000 | 1.000000 | + 34.000000 | happyfocker | 10.000000 | 0.000000 | + 10.000000 | earthmoonsun | 7.000000 | 0.000000 | + 7.000000 | techbytes1 | 3.000000 | 0.000000 | + 3.000000 | 
Source: http://www.reddit.com/dgctipbot/wiki/tips

/digitalcoin stats (past 2 weeks)

Source : http://www.reddit.com/digitalcoin/about/traffic/

Past editions

Did I miss something?

If I missed something, post it in the comments, I'll add it in to the post.
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investing in all top altcoins

If you invested 100 USD in all let say top 30 coins on http://coinmarketcap.com/ Do you think you would profit in?
a) 3 months b) 6 months c) 1 year d) 2-5 years e) Never
I'm not planning on doing this, I might just put some money on coins I have faith in, however the idea is funny. And even though the majority of the coins would not increase in value, I think the few (or maybe only 1) that actually succeeds will make up for all the other coins loss.
So you spend 100 USD * 30 coins = 3000 USD. Then you only need that 1 coin increases 3000% to break even (given that all the other coins goes to a value of ~0). This is not impossible given crypto coin history.
Thoughts?
Edit: I made a list of all top 30 coins today 2.december 2013. Lets come back later and check the results of our "imaginary" stack of coins. Format: Coin name: 'Price' gives '100/Price' ABC
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List of all crypto currencies that have ever existed

I've attempted to list all the crypto currencies ever, which took many hours and much searching. If I missed any, which I'll be extremely surprised if I didn't, please tell me and I'll add it to the list.
365Coin
502Coin
6coin
21Coin
42Coin
66 Coin
AIRcoin
Alcohoin
Alienwalkerx
Alphacoin
AlphaOmegaCoin
Amazon Coin
Americancoin
AmKoin
AndroidsTokens
Animecoin
Anoncoin
Antikeisercoin
ApeCoin
Applecoin
Argentum
AsicCoin
Astrocoin
AuroraCoin
Babycoin
BaconBitsCoin
Barcoin
BaseCoin
BatCoin
Battlecoin
BBQcoin
BeaoCoin
Beecoin
Beertokens
Belicoin
Bells
Benjamins
Betacoin
Billioncoin
BitBar
Bitcoin
Bitcoin sCrypt
Bitgem
Blackcoin
Bladecoin
Blakecoin
Bosscoin
Bottlecaps
BountyCoin
Burbucoin
Butterflycoin
Bytecoin
CacheCoin
CageCoin
Carboncoin
Cashcoin
CasinoCoin
Catcoin
Chaincoin
ChiCoin
CHNcoin
Chococoin
CinammonCoin
Clockcoin
Cloudcoin
C-Note
Coiledcoin
Coin
Coin2
Coino
CoinyeCoin
Colossyscoin
CommunityCoin
Continuumcoin
Copper Bars
Copperlark
Corgicoin
CosmosCoin
Counterparty
Craftcoin
Credits
CPU2coin
Crimecoin
Cryptobits
CryptoBuck
CryptogenicBullion
Cryptographic Amomaly
Cryptonium
CthuluhuCoin
Cubits
Darkcoin
Datacoin
Deutsche eMark
Devcoin
Diamondcoin
DigiByte
Digicash
Digitalcoin
Dimecoin
DNotes
Dobbscoin
DollarPounds
Doubloons
Dougcoin
DogeCoin
Dopecoin
Dragoncoin
Dubstepcoin
Duckduckcoin
EagleCoin
Earthcoin
eCash
EcoCoin
EdisonX3
Ekronacoin
Elacoin
Electronic Benefit Transfer
ElectricCoin
ElephantCoin
Emerald
Emunie
Error502coin
Execoin
Exilecoin
eToken
Extremecoin
EzCoin
Fairbrix
FairQuark
Fastcoin
FCK BANKS COIN
Feathercoin
FedoraCoin
FerretCoin
FireFlyCoin
Flappy coin
Florin coin
FoxCoin
Franko
FreeCoin
Freicoin
Friendshipcoin
Frozen
Frycoin
Galtcoin
Gamecoin
GalaxyCoin
GayCoin
Geist Geld
GeoCoins
GiftCoin
GIL
Glaricoin
GlobalCoin
Globe
Goatcoin
Gold Coin
Gold Pressed Latinum
GPU Coin
Grain
Grandcoin
GridCoin
Groupcoin
Growthcoin
Grumpycoin
Heavycoin
HelixCoin
Hobonickels
Hotcoin
Huitong
HunterCoin
Hypercoin
Icecoin
iCoin
I0coin
Imperial Coin
Incakoin
Infinitecoin
iXCoin
Insanity Coin
Insertcoin
ItalyCoin
J-Coin
Jerkycoin
JKC
Jupitercoin
Joulecoin
Junkcoin
Kakacoin
Karmacoin
Kimoto Gravity Well
KingCoin
Kittehcoin
Klingon Darsek
KlondikeCoin
Krugercoin
Kudos
Leafcoin
Lebowskis
Lemoncoin
LeproCoin
Liquidcoin
LiteBar
Litecoin
LiveCoin
Lottocoin
Lottery Tickets
Lucky7Coin
LuckyCoin
Machinecoin
Magic Internet Money
Majorpiece
Marscoin
Maples
Mason Coin
MasterCoin
Mavro
MaxCoin
Mazacoin
Mediterraneancoin
Megacoin
Memecoin
MemoryCoin
Metiscoin
microCoin
Milancoin
MinCoin
Mint coin
MMM coin
Molecule
Monacoin
Mooncoin
Moviecoin
Murraycoin
Myriadcoin
NaanaYaM
Namecoin
NanoTokens
NBCOIN
Neocoin
NetCoin
Networkcoin
Nybble
Noblecoin
No Coin
Noirbits
NoodlyAppendageCoin
NovaCoin
NuCoin
Nuggets
NutCoin
Nxt
Nyancoin
Ocoin
Oilcoin
OilGasCoin
OlympicCoin
Onecoin
One last coin
OnionCoin
OnlineGamingCoin
Opencoin
OpenSourcecoin
Orbitcoin
Orobit
Paccoin
Pandacoin
Pangucoin
Particle
PayCoin
PeaceCoin
Peercoin
Penguincoin
Pennies
PeopleCoin
PesetaCoin
PhenixCoin
Phicoin
Philosopherstone
Pikacoin
Piratecoin
PixelCoin
PKR coin
Platinumcoin
PlayToken
Pokercoin
Popular Coin
PotCoin
PowerCoin
PPcoin
PremineCoin
PrimeCoin
Prospercoin
Protoshares
PyBy Coin
Quantumcoin
Quark
Qubic
Qubit
Quick Quick Coin
Rabbitcoin
Radioactivecoin
Rainbowcoin
Rare Coin
RastaCoin
RealCoin
Realpay
RealStackCoin
Redcoin
ReddCoin
RichCoin
Riecoin
Ripple
RonPaulCoin
RoyalCoin
Rubycoin
Rucoin
Saturncoin
Sauron Rings
SavingCoin
sCoin
SecondsCoin
SecureCoin
Seedcoin
Sexcoin
Sherlockcoin
ShillingCoin
SHIT coin
Sifcoin
Skeincoin
Skycoin
Smallchange
SmartCoin
Snowcoin
Sochicoin
Socialcoin
SolarCoin
Solidcoin
Spots
StableCoin
StacyCoin
StalwartBucks
Starcoin
STLcoin
StoriesCoin
Sun Coin
Swiftcoin
Suncoin
Sunrisecoin
Supercoin
Swansoncoin
Syncoin
TakeiCoin
TagCoin
Teacoin
TekCoin
Tenebrix
Terracoin
Tescoin
TeslaCoin
Thorcoin
Tickets
Tigercoin
TimeKoin
TittieCoin
TopCoin
TradeCoin
TurboCoin
UFC StarTrek
UFO coin
UltraCoin
Union Coin
Unitecoin
UnitedScryptCoin
UnityCoin
Unobtanium
UScoin
USDe
ValueCoin
VelocityCoin
Vendettacoin
Vertcoin
Visacoin
WEEDS
Wikicoin
Worldcoin
Xcoin
XenCoin
Xivra
YAcoin
YinYangCoin
Yuan Bao Coin
ZcCoin
Zedcoin
Zeitcoin
ZenithCoin
Zetacoin
Zeuscoin
ZurCoin
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188 Crypto Currencies

2ch 2CH 42coin 42C AndroidToken ADT Alcohoin ALC alphacoin ALF AmericanCoin AMC amkoin AmK Anoncoin ANC alphaomegacoin AOC apc APC apecoin APE Argentum ARG AsicCoin ASC Astrocoin ASR Auroracoin AUR BAC BatCoin BAT baobeicoin BBC battlecoin BCX BeaoCoin BEC BellsCoin BEL ben BEN Betacoin BET Butterflycoin BFC bil BIL blade BLA Blakecoin BLC dobbscoin BOB BountyCoin BOC bosscoinnew BOS BBQcoin BQC bestcoin BSC bitbar BTB bitcoin BTC Bitcoin-sCrypt BTCs bytecoin BTE BitGem BTG CryptoBuck BUK Burbucoin BUR Cachecoin CACH cagecoinnew CAGE Bottlecaps CAP CASH catcoin CAT ccc CCC Cloud Icon CDC pennies CENT CryptographicAnomaly CGA CryptogenicBullion CGB ChainCoin CHC ChiCoin CHI CIN Clockcoin CKC Copperlark CLR cosmoscoin CMC CHNCoin CNC C-Note CNOTE Colossuscoin COL Coino CON CorgiCoin CORG coinyecoin COYE CopperBars CPR Craftcoin CRC credits CRD crn CRN casinocoin CSC Communitycoin CTC Cryptobits CYB dbl DBL dem DEM DigiByteCoin DGB digitalcoin DGC dimecoin DIME Diamond DMD DragonCoin DNC dogecoin DOGE dopecoin DOPE dollarpounds DPS DarkCoin DRK datacoin DTC DuckDuckCoin DUCK devcoin DVC earthcoin EAC ElectronicBenefitTransfer EBT ecocoin ECO EagleCoin EGC elacoin ELC Elephantcoin ELP emerald EMD Extremecoin EXC ezcoin EZC Fckbankscoin FCK Ferretcoin FEC FireFlyCoin FFC florincoin FLO FoxCoin FOX freicoin FRC FreeCoin FRE franko FRK fairquark FRQ fastcoinnew FST feathercoin FTC fz FZ gaycoin GAY Grandcoin GDC geocoin GEO GiftCoin GFT gil GIL globecoin GLB Globalcoin GLC GoldCoin GLD galtcoin GLT Galaxycoin GLX gamecoin GME goatcoin GOAT GoldPressedLatinum GPL graincoin GRA GridCoin GRC Grumpycoin GRUM GrowthCoin GRW HoboNickelsCoin HBN hotcoin HOT Huitong HTC huntercoin HUC Hypercoin HYC I0coin I0C iCoin IC Infinitecoin IFC ipc IPC italycoin ITC IXCoin IXC junkcoin JKC jerkycoin JKY JPU Karmacoin KARM KlondikeCoin KDC Kudos KDS Darsek KED Krugercoin KGC kakacoin KKC Ekrona KRN Lebowski LBW leafcoin LEAF lucky7 LK7 Luckycoin LKY LottoCoin LOT lpc LPC Litecoin LTC Livecoin LVC machinecoin MAC MaxCoin MAX Megacoin MEC Mediterraneancoin MED memecoin MEM KittehCoin MEOW mlc MLC MemoryCoin MMC mincoinnew MNC Moleculecoin MOL monacoin MONA mooncoin MOON maples MPL microCoin MRC marscoin MRS murraycoin MRY MasterCoin MST MetisCoin MTC Nanotoken NAN nbcoin NBC Nibble NBL noodlyappendagecoin NDL neocoin NEC netcoin NET incakoin NKA Namecoin NMC NobleCoin NOB Noirbits NRB Nucoin NUC Nutcoin NUT Novacoin NVC networkcoin NWC nxtcoin NXT Nyancoin NYAN naanayam NYM Cthulhu OFF ogc OGC OlympicCoin OLY Onecoin ONC OnionCoin ONI Orbitcoin ORB OpenSourceCoin OSC paccoin PAC Pandacoin PAND PeaceCoin PEC Penguincoin PENG pangucoin PGC PhiCoin PHI Philosopherstone PHS PikaCoin PIKA ptc PIR PlayToken PLT pmc PMC Pokercoin POK popcoin POP PotCoin POT PPCoin PPC PeopleCoin PPL Particle PRT PesetaCoin PTC ProtoShares PTS powercoin PWC phenixcoin PXC PixelCoin PXL PayCoin PYC QubitCoin Q2C cubits QBT QQcoin QQC Quark QRK Radioactivecoin RAD Richcoin RCH Reddcoin RDD realcoin REC Redcoin RED RonPaulCoin RPC rapidcoin RPD RastaCoin RTC royalcoin RYC SaturnCoin SAT SavingCoin SAV Stablecoin SBC sbx SBX sCoin SCO seedcoin SDC SherlockCoin SHC SIC skein SKN SolarCoin SLR SmartCoin SMC snowcoin SNC sochicoin SOCHI Spots SPT SecureCoin SRC STLcoin STL Starcoin STR StoriesCoin STY SUNCoin SUN SexCoin SXC TagCoin TAG teacoin TEA Tekcoin TEK teslacoin TES Tigercoin TGC tipsnew TIPS LotteryTickets TIX Timekoin TK TopCoin TOP terracoin TRC TittieCoin TTC FederationCredits UFC ufocoin UFO unc UNC unicoin UNI Unobtanium UNO unitedscryptcoin USC UnitaryStatusDollareCoin USDE Ultracoin UTC Vendettacoin VAC Velocitycoin VEL Valuecoin VLC ElectricCoin VOLT Vertcoin VTC wdc WDC WikiCoin WIKI Dubstepcoin WUBS XCoin XCO Joulecoin XJO Xencoin XNC primecoin XPM TurboCoin XTP YaCoin YAC ybcoin YBC BaconBitsCoin YUM ZcCoin ZCC zedcoin ZED Zetacoin ZET Zeuscoin ZEU Zenithcoin ZTC zur ZUR 
Our goal at coinpay is to network and list merchant services and coin payment options for each coin above.
Any coin devs or coin admins and staff for each coin above please contact us to list merhcant services and retailers.
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Vertcoin and the Crypto Game - Cryptogenesis - A serious discussion about the future.

Hello all,
We have been observing in the shadows the development of many crypto currencies, LItecoin, Worldcoin, Vertcoin, Digitalcoin, Dogecoin, Darkcoin, etc....and have been a large network hash contributor of many different scrypt based coins. I have seen big ups and downs in this game. The rise of Dogecoin as a joke but quite profitable coin for mining (tho now it is just screwed, to much supply) and Worldcoin promise and death (sad screw up for that community). The wonderful launch of Vertcoin followed by a month long sell down and trickle off from the miners dumping hard. The launch of Darkcoin which I am watching carefully but just can't see darkcoin being more appealing then say Vertcoin. I have hashed Vert from the start of the launch and stayed true keeping between half and 75% of our network working Vert.
I have sold and bought lots of VTC, main MM(market maker) in many crypto currencies but find myself always gravitating back to VTC recently and believe it is holding up the best last 2 weeks and is setting in a long term bottom. I believe net long positions in Bitcoin and scrypt currency is right given the current geo-political climate and as well as the deteriorating economic picture in China. Most people don't know or see it coming but just check out the Chinese banks... the big 4 are entering a dangerous zone and massive sell off may be imminent. Any further deterioration in global trade and tightening by the FED could lead to massive declines in China export trade.
I also believe the situation in Ukraine could act as the next catalyst for higher Bitcoin prices, similar to what we saw during the Cyprus bank scare of early 2013 that pushed Bitcoin to new highs. Watch gold as well because that could be a sign that things could be getting dicey as the gold trade has been suppressed for years waiting to explode higher.
Check this out to...very interesting given the recent events in Bitcoin.
http://blogs.marketwatch.com/thetell/2014/03/07/major-banks-are-looking-at-bitcoin/
“The Fed does not have authority to supervise or regulate Bitcoin in anyway,” US Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen
http://www.livetradingnews.com/bitcoin-and-government-for-the-people-34834.htm#.Ux2UZfldV8E
More news will be coming soon from us as we are building a Crypto Currency consulting firm and I have decided to take a much more active roll in all angles of the crypto game but especially Vertcoin. Vertcoin is the first coin that I believe could have long term potential to be a safe bet equivalent to "risk off asset" in the crypto currency world. Meaning it has longevity providing the community continues to grow and push for new merchants to adopt and new ways to reach out and encourage brand awareness.
I think we should consider putting together a Vertcoin Chair Board or Council similar to what WorldCoin has attempted but much cleaner and organized.
I also think the website needs to be overhauled a bit, does anyone else agree??
Personal msgs to me are welcome as well, would love to talk and hear from you guys involving the crypto game in general.
Thanks,
JT
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