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A quick snapshot of what would have happened if a year ago you decided on a diversified hodl altcoin strategy.

Just wrote this as a comment, though I might as well post to the entire sub.
https://coinmarketcap.com/historical/20161030/
Imagine a year ago you invested $1000 in each of the top 10 alt coins. Alternatively imagine you had invest 10k into bitcoin. 8x return on bitcoin, that's fantastic profit. But lets look at the altcoins:
Ethereum, then $10ish, now $300ish, 30x profit
Ripple: then $0.0077 $0.2 now 25x profit
Litecoin: then $4ish Now 55ish 14x profit
Ethereum Classic: Then $ 0.89ish Now $10.50 ish 12x profit
Monero: then $5ish Now $90ish 18x profit
Dash: Then $8.80ish Now $289ish 32x profit
Augur: Then $4.30ish Now $17ish 4x profit
Waves: $0.35 Then $3.72 10x profit
Maidsafe: $0.07 then $0.35 Now x5 profit
XEM: $0.0035 then $ 0.21 Now 59x profit
Prices from October 30th 2016 coinmarketcap snapshot to today, October 25th 2017
You'd have $80,000 worth of bitcoin now with option 1. With Option 2 you'd have around $209,000. $158,000 if you didn't buy XEM as it wasn't a top ten coin and instead bought 1k of bitcoin to go with the rest. No strategy, no research, that's if you simply picked the coins at the top of the market cap list and invested one year ago. 8 of those top 10 altcoins had better returns than bitcoin (marked in bold), 10 of the 10 made a profit.
Every day people ask why hold altcoins instead of bitcoins whenever altcoins dip slightly, well there's your answer. The profit potential is enormous if you have a little patience and go with fairly reputable altcoins. Perhaps times have changed since a year ago, the top 10 may be no guarantees anymore (ahem ponzi schemes in the top 10...), but with some research and most of all, patience, chances are you'll do well if you invest in some decent altcoins and hold them for a while instead of panic selling and berating yourself for not buying bitcoin instead every time your coins dip.
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SIA, Storj, Internxt, etc: an overview of decentralized cloud storage solutions

Hey guys. I tried posting this in /CryptoCurrency yesterday but unfortunately it didn't rise. I thought that maybe this could be the place for an interesting discussion about this overview I made. I want to encourage thoughtful criticism of what I wrote and would be interested in learning more about the projects I couldn't speak of or about the tech itself. Here we go!
When the market is uncertain, we seem to forget that the cryptocurrency hype is not just about financial gains but that it is also fueling exciting innovations. I felt like writing an overview of what is in my opinion one of the most sensible and promising application of distributed ledger technology: the advent of a "decentralized" internet infrastructure. In this post I will mainly focus on decentralized cloud storage.
What is decentralized cloud storage, why is it relevant and how does it relate to cryptocurrencies?
Decentralized cloud storage seems redundant but the idea is that instead of being stored on one server or a group of servers maintained by a company like Amazon, the files would be stored across an entire permission-less network of computer. With high redundancy, it would be much more reliable: if Amazon decides to, they could shut down their Amazon S3 server tomorrow or deny you access to your data for some reason, this is not the case for distributed files the ideal distributed files storage solution. Beyond that there is also the fact that it cuts the cost of the process. The first decentralized storage protocol was IPFS and it is already quite a breakthrough. The idea to use cryptocurrencies or distributed ledgers in general is that you can incentivize nodes in the network to maintain uptime and set up smart contracts that will make redundancy and security cryptographically provable by every party. It is one of the applications that makes the most sense in the space right now. In every instance, files are broken into multiple pieces, encrypted, and distributed across the network of computers in a highly redundant manner but the specifics of the protocol can change from project to project.
In the following, I will present some of the projects developing such a solution, giving a brief overview of what they do along with some points I find relevant. Everything is open for discussion in the comments below, do point out to mistakes I could have made!
Filecoin:
Website
Whitepaper
Blog
The token is not tradable yet but it would be a disgrace to not mention Filecoin as the company behind it, Protocols Lab, is also where the IPFS protocol came from. With Filecoin, they want to add smart contracts into the mix with an underlying architecture inspired by IPFS. The Protocol Labs research center came up with novel protocols such as Proof-of-Replication or Proof-of-Spacetime. Their system will run on a blockchain where "miners earn [tokens] by providing storage to clients" which means in broad term that miners' reward is proportional to the storage they give to the network. To be clear, it's not only a cloud storage solution akin to Dropbox or Amazon S3, they want to build an entirely new Content Delivery Network (CDN) protocol that would power everything on the internet. The only issue I found with it is the apparent greed that surrounded their ICO and it's really a shame for such a serious looking project.
Pros:
Cons:
SIA
CMC
Website
Whitepaper
Blog
SIA launched their project late 2014 / early 2015. You will notice from the get go that compared to FileCoin they are more consumer oriented in their approach, clearly aiming to be a replacement of Amazon S3 and the likes. Their argument is economical: using distributed storage, they can bring down the cost to $2/TB/month. That's 10 times less than Amazon S3 on paper, a disruptive figure for sure but it remains to be seen if they can scale to that and offer the same extended capabilities. They are using a custom blockchain that "largely resembles" Bitcoin with an improved scripting language that suits the need of their project. The mining is unrelated to the files distribution and only serves to secure the contracts between renters and users. The files are broken down in pieces that are encrypted locally using the private key of the user and sent on the network. You have to deposit coins as collateral both for uploading or renting space.
Pros:
Cons:
Storj
CMC
Website
Whitepaper
Blog
Storj also launched in 2014. This system is not truly decentralized, 'Bridge' servers ran by Storj store the relevant metadata and contracts that will enable the different parties to meet. To be clear, it does not store any of the files nor the encryption keys but without it, the system doesn't work. This centralization is not necessarily a problem in my opinion, this is a case of what I would call BaaS or 'Blockchain as a Service': Storj is selling a service that uses distributed ledgers and smart contracts to bring down the cost of said service compared to competitors. Storing 1 TB of data currently costs $15 a month or 35% less than Amazon S3. Due to the partially centralized nature, the network is faster and more scalable.
Pros:
Cons:
Internxt
CMC
Website
Whitepaper
Blog
INXT debuted in September with an ICO that wasn't an overwhelming success only raising around $500K. They are using the open source code of Storj and building upon it to try to create a product that would be more appealing to the mass market. On the technical side it comes with all the pros and cons of Storj and they are trying to stand out by creating beautiful, user friendly UI/UX. They want to integrate features such as files sharing or live editing like Google Docs. Things came along quite nicely recently when they announced a new CTO with extensive computer science experience and releases their alpha code. They are preparing to release prototypes executables for their cloud alpha. It is a much earlier project than the competitors and it remains to be seen if they will fulfill their vision and come out on top.
Pros:
Cons:
There are a lot of other projects in this space that try to take on this challenge, the ones I provided an overview of above are only the ones I can speak of. Competitors in the field of "distributed web services" that I know of but can't speak of in details are:
And there may be a lot of others that I don't know of.
I hope this post was useful, be sure to leave a comment so that we can have a thoughtful discussion on this fascinating application of distributed ledgers and cryptocurrencies!
Do point out to mistakes I could have made.
Disclaimer: I'm not affiliated with any of the companies mentioned in this post. I hold a small amount of INXT tokens.
References:
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Why I Am Holding iEx.ec (RLC)

I figured I would share with everyone why I decided to hold iEx.ec (RLC). I have been buying RLC for awhile now, even as the price fell I kept buying more.. I personally feel this asset has been overlooked by many investors since its initial launch. As always, you should always do your own research and come up with your own assessment before investing.
So what is iEx.ec?
iEx.ec will provide on-demand high-performance computing via a distributed cloud infrastructure. Users can rent computing resources (CPU, storage, GPU, etc.) and it will cost a fraction of what it normally would to run on a traditional supercomputer. iEx.ec aims to help DApp providers, big data, and server providers—those that need a lot of computing power.
Now personally, I feel like 'blockchain-based cloud computing' will be a billion dollar industry in the future, perhaps even in the hundreds of billions. I think iEx.ec (RLC) is undervalued and I know this is a bold statement but... I think iEx.ec could exceed the market cap of Golem and MaidSafe combined.. (That's just me speculating, but we'll see...)
Keep in mind that Desktop Grid Computing (using idle PC's on the internet to execute parallel applications) is actually mature technology and already has many applications. (Finance, Bio-Medical, Chemistry, High-Energy Physics, etc..) But now with the power of blockchain-based cloud computing, the limits on what can be accomplished are nearly endless. That's why the team over at iEx.ec is working hard, actually... they always have been, even before iEx.ec.. let's take a look..
When we look at the iEx.ec team its pretty impressive.. When it comes to grid and cloud computing I don't think you could have found a better team. It almost feels like Gilles Fedak, Haiwu He, Oleg Lodygensky, and Mircea Moca were born for cloud computing. (http://iex.ec/our-team/)
Interview of Gilles Fedak
Interview of Haiwu He
Interview of Oleg Lodygensky
Interview with Mircea Moca
After looking at the skills, abilities and aspirations of the team, i'd say achieving short-term and long-term goals is looking very favorable. iEx.ec is an incorporated company and the headquarters is located in France. They also have a subsidiary at Tsinghua University X-elerator in Beijing, China.
Now let's take a look at the current project and what is currently happening..
Having a solid vision, great team and a well structured plan makes this asset undeniably attractive. I feel long-term, RLC has favorable odds of becoming one of the largest players in the blockchain-based cloud computing industry. As always, there's more I could have mentioned but remember, always do your own research and come up with your own assessment before investing. This is just my opinion and why I personally invested in this asset, now it's just time to be patient.
Regards,
BTC2018
References...
At the time of writing the iExec market cap is at $39.7 million with a price of 50 cents.
"iExec will provide a brand new technology based on Blockchain. It will engage more and more users as the network becomes more and more efficient and affordable. Everyone will be able to monetize their unused resources to do some meaningful computing. In the future, iExec will become a main decentralized Global Cloud system." - Prof. Dr. Haiwu HE
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SIA, Storj, Internxt, etc: an overview of decentralized cloud storage solutions

When the market is uncertain, we seem to forget that the cryptocurrency hype is not just about financial gains but that it is also fueling exciting innovations. I felt like writing an overview of what is in my opinion one of the most sensible and promising application of distributed ledger technology: the advent of a "decentralized" internet infrastructure. In this post I will mainly focus on decentralized cloud storage.
What is decentralized cloud storage, why is it relevant and how does it relate to cryptocurrencies?
Decentralized cloud storage seems redundant but the idea is that instead of being stored on one server or a group of servers maintained by a company like Amazon, the files would be stored across an entire permission-less network of computer. With high redundancy, it would be much more reliable: if Amazon decides to, they could shut down their Amazon S3 server tomorrow or deny you access to your data for some reason, this is not the case for distributed files the ideal distributed files storage solution. There has also been recent examples of services like Netflix or YouTube suffering from worldwide outage because of server instances having issues. Beyond that there is also the fact that it cuts the cost of the process. The first decentralized storage protocol was IPFS and it is already quite a breakthrough. The idea to use cryptocurrencies or distributed ledgers in general is that you can incentivize nodes in the network to maintain uptime and set up smart contracts that will make redundancy and security cryptographically provable by every party. It is one of the applications that makes the most sense in the space right now. In every instance, files are broken into multiple pieces, encrypted, and distributed across the network of computers in a highly redundant manner but the specifics of the protocol can change from project to project.
This application also matters for privacy. Instead of trusting a single entity that your data won't be distributed (which we know we can't from the several intelligence agencies leak), you can provably store your data in a trustless manner where each shard will be unable to decrypt the tiny part of the file they host.
In the following, I will present some of the projects developing such a solution, giving a brief overview of what they do along with some points I find relevant. Everything is open for discussion in the comments below, do point out to mistakes I could have made!
Filecoin:
Website
Whitepaper
Blog
The token is not tradable yet but it would be a disgrace to not mention Filecoin as the company behind it, Protocols Lab, is also where the IPFS protocol came from. With Filecoin, they want to add smart contracts into the mix with an underlying architecture inspired by IPFS. The Protocol Labs research center came up with novel protocols such as Proof-of-Replication or Proof-of-Spacetime. Their system will run on a blockchain where "miners earn [tokens] by providing storage to clients" which means in broad term that miners' reward is proportional to the storage they give to the network. To be clear, it's not only a cloud storage solution akin to Dropbox or Amazon S3, they want to build an entirely new Content Delivery Network (CDN) protocol that would power everything on the internet. The only issue I found with it is the apparent greed that surrounded their ICO and it's really a shame for such a serious looking project.
Pros:
Cons:
SIA
CMC
Website
Whitepaper
Blog
SIA launched their project late 2014 / early 2015. You will notice from the get go that compared to FileCoin they are more consumer oriented in their approach, clearly aiming to be a replacement of Amazon S3 and the likes. Their argument is economical: using distributed storage, they can bring down the cost to $2/TB/month. That's 10 times less than Amazon S3 on paper, a disruptive figure for sure but it remains to be seen if they can scale to that and offer the same extended capabilities. They are using a custom blockchain that "largely resembles" Bitcoin with an improved scripting language that suits the need of their project. The mining is unrelated to the files distribution and only serves to secure the contracts between renters and users. The files are broken down in pieces that are encrypted locally using the private key of the user and sent on the network. You have to deposit coins as collateral both for uploading or renting space.
Pros:
Cons:
Storj
CMC
Website
Whitepaper
Blog
Storj also launched in 2014. This system is not truly decentralized, 'Bridge' servers ran by Storj store the relevant metadata and contracts that will enable the different parties to meet. To be clear, it does not store any of the files nor the encryption keys but without it, the system doesn't work. This centralization is not necessarily a problem in my opinion, this is a case of what I would call BaaS or 'Blockchain as a Service': Storj is selling a service that uses distributed ledgers and smart contracts to bring down the cost of said service compared to competitors. Storing 1 TB of data currently costs $15 a month or 35% less than Amazon S3. Due to the partially centralized nature, the network is faster and more scalable.
Pros:
Cons:
Internxt
CMC
Website
Whitepaper
Blog
INXT debuted in September with an ICO that wasn't an overwhelming success only raising around $500K. They are using the open source code of Storj and building upon it to try to create a product that would be more appealing to the mass market. On the technical side it comes with all the pros and cons of Storj and they are trying to stand out by creating beautiful, user friendly UI/UX. They want to integrate features such as files sharing or live editing like Google Docs. Things came along quite nicely recently when they announced a new CTO with extensive computer science experience and releases their alpha code. They are preparing to release prototypes executables for their cloud alpha. It is a much earlier project than the competitors and it remains to be seen if they will fulfill their vision and come out on top.
Pros:
Cons:
There are a lot of other projects in this space that try to take on this challenge, the ones I provided an overview of above are only the ones I can speak of. Competitors in the field of "distributed web services" that I know of but can't speak of in details are:
And there may be a lot of others that I don't know of.
I hope this post was useful, be sure to leave a comment so that we can have a thoughtful discussion on this fascinating application of distributed ledgers and cryptocurrencies!
Do point out to mistakes I could have made.
Disclaimer: I'm not affiliated with any of the companies mentioned in this post. I hold a small amount of INXT tokens.
References:
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MaidSafeCoin (MAID) — The Best Coin Of The Past Week (May 29)

MaidSafeCoin (MAID) — The Best Coin Of The Past Week (May 29)
MaidSafeCoin (MAID) — The Best Coin Of The Past Week (May 29)
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Every week we talk about the most interesting coins on the market and pick out the ones which have played their part in our users’ quest for the best results.
Today’s hero is MaidSafeCoin (MAID), held by most of the Top 10 users in this week’s USDT leaderboard.

What is MaidSafeCoin?

Maidsafecoin (MAID) is a decentralized application development platform based on the Bitcoin Blockchain. The Maidsafecoin network forms separate personal computers located all over the world, which provide storage space for network files and computational power for the operation of the Maidsafe network.

What is it used for?

Within the Maidsafe network, there are “money” units that are paid to network members for the provision of their resources. They are called Safecoin. The number of accrued Safecoin depends on different factors: the CPU capacity, the provided memory and the time spent on the network. Safecoin coins are intended exclusively for use within the network, namely for the purchase of Maidsafe services, such as disk space, etc.

MAID price chart Week (May 20 - 26, 2019)


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Last week’s MAID price chart (provided by CoinMarketCap)

Month (Apr 26, 2019 - May 26, 2019)


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Last month’s MAID price chart (provided by CoinMarketCap)
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My mostly-impartial take on the top 20 coins on CoinMarketCap

Backstory: I have a friend who is becoming interested in cryptocoins, and I decided to write about a sentence to share what I know about the top 20 coins on Coinmarketcap. As for my knowledge: I've been obsessive about crypto since 2010, but I've taken some time off out of irritation with the soured bitcoin community (I did take a side in the debate for awhile, now I'm disgusted with the entire community). Everything below is recollection and opinion. Much of my knowledge is greater than two or three months old, except for Augur, which I still follow closely. Please - read along and feel free to berate me.
1 Bitcoin - Bitcoin is the oldest cryptocurrency, and the coin with the most adoption. Despite the high market cap, it is bending under it's own weight. The core developers and the miners have scary agendas. Bitcoin is likely to survive and thrive, but not because of anything the community has done to help it.
2 Ethereum - Ethereum isn't technically intended as currency, but some see it as bitcoin 2.0 because it extends the basic blockchain ledger idea. Because Ethereum has a turing complete scripting language built into it, it is more susceptible to new attacks and will need to be substantilly hardened for years to come. The development team is led by Vitalik Buterin, a young genius. Ethereum is generally seen as having a strong development team and a lot of future potential, especially in managing sub-tokens and smart contracts like Augur and Digix.
3 Ripple - Ripple is poorly regarded by many seasonsed cryptocurrency users - many (including myself) do not regard it as a cryptocurrency, but as a general scam. Note that Ripple has low market volume and few privacy protections.
4 Litecoin - Litecoin was the second cryptocurrency to be developed (after bitcoin in 2012) and it is currently traded in China because the developer base is Chinese. Litecoin is literally a bitcoin clone with two modifications. It has potential for speculation, but is not generally used in the US.
5 Monero - Monero is the strongest privacy-centric coin. It uses a novel blockchain solution called ring-signatures that forces mixing for every transaction. Monero took a long time to catch on because of the absence of a GUI wallet. A GUI wallet was recently released. Monero got a recent pump by being the primary currency of Alphabay - instead of bitcoin. (Personal note: I sold all of my monero and I regret it now. Please PM me seed phrases containing coins!) :P
6 Ethereum Classic - Ethereum Classic is quite literally a "grudge coin". Some ethereum users were upset when an Ethereum Contract (The DAO) was rolled back by the Ethereum team, and they revolted by remaining on the old Ethereum fork - the fork that did not roll back the DAO. Many users also see this as a part of the bitcoin hardfork argument because it seems apparent that those who do not want to fork bitcoin to raise the blocksize limit are staging a protest to demonstrate how badly things can go if a coin is forked.
7 Dash - Dash is a very interesting fork of bitcoin with several neat features and a very aggressive development roadmap. Dash is the most prominent coin to pay nodes for obfuscating transactions. People who hold 1000 dash can run a masternode and support darksend transactions while receiving dash in return. This has been very positive for dash in the long run because it makes the token worth hoarding. Dash also has a anonymous transaction solution that has had some scrutiny from the crypto community because of suggestions that one person (government) hosting many masternodes could deobfuscate transactions.
8 MaidSafeCoin - MadeSafeCoin is one of several tokens designed to foster decentralized cloud based data storage. MaidSafe has been in existence for a very long time but only really got traction when the cryptocurrency revolution started. MaidSafe's primary competitor is Storj, though, the last time I checked, both teams deny they're competing.
9 Augur - Augur is a decentralized prediction market platform that is currently in alpha development. The token (Reputation) was released several months ago by users hoping for a quick product launch, but they were disappointed and many sold, leaving the token very cheap. All indications are that the development team is being careful and meticulous to release a working product and avoid something similar to the DAO fiasco. If Augur Reputation is successful, holders of the token will receive regular payouts for reporting on the correct outcome of prediction markets.
10 Steem - Steem is a token-incentivized discussion board, sort of similar to reddit or quora. The basic gist (I believe) is that users reward other users with tokens for submitting worthwhile content. This is probably over-simplified and wrong
11 NEM - I am not familiar with NEM.
12 Iconomi - I am not familiar with Iconomi
13 Dogecoin - Dogecoin started as a meme based on the Shiba Inus dog breed, it was originally a litecoin clone that gained tremendous community traction based on the concept of doing good and sharing good will. The token was widely dismissed, though it has maintained some usefulness.
14 Factom - Factom is a project that verifies the legitimacy of information and databases by stamping/hashing the data in the factom chain. This insures data integrity and could allow proof of ownership, proof of invention, proof of accurate records, etc. Factom was a big deal when it was launhed, but as with many other tokens it doesn't have the same luster as investors have moved on to other tokens, despite the inherent usefulness.
15 Waves - I hold some Waves and I don't even know what it is right now.
16 Stellar Lumens - I don't recall what Stellar is at this moment.
17 DigixDAO - Digix is intended to serve as digital gold. The concept is that the maintainers of digix will hold literal gold reserves in a vault equal to the issuance of tokens. There are regular audits, and demonstrable proof of assets. People who depend on literal assets tend to like the knowledge that their asset is tied to a physical asset, but others feel like this totally misses the point of scarcely created cryptocoins (i.e. bitcoin).
18 Zcash - Zcash is a new privacy-centered cryptocoin. Much hyped.
19 Lisk - Lisk is an ethereum clone, similar to what Ethereum Classic has become. I consider it in the same league as Litecoin to Bitcoin.
20 GameCredits - Something, Something, something, get paid for playing games and exchange game credits with other gamers.
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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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Is Omni the most underestimated building on the street?

Omni is something that for me, defies explanation.
I like to think of all the cryptos as being different streets inside CryptoCity. Omni is a platform for decentralized protocols built on the Bitcoin block chain, so this puts their address squarely on Bitcoin Street. Its a prominent location, with the foundations dating from January 2012 which in this town is positively ancient (1 BTC was worth $5.10 at the time). Omni is quite a large property in the old financial district. Some might argue that it doesn't have the same transport and services as the swanky new steel and glass skyscrapers on Ethereum Street, but it is currently being renovated (SegWit) and this will resolve some of the congestion and speed problems that have stifled the area recently. Looking at the building from the street one of the first things you notice is how busy the ground floor is. It was recently let out to TetherUS, a self service locker store with a curious business plan. Carrying your Bitcoin around all day can be quite heavy so Tether allows you drop it off with them and pick it up again later. As the value of Bitcoin can fluctuate quite dramatically even over the course of a day, Tether lets people drop it off with them for safekeeping. At first people were quite sceptical, but with each passing storm people have used it more and more so it is rapidly gaining a reputation as safe and secure. Tether will also change your BTC back in to US Dollars and send it to your bank in FiatCity for a small fee. At the time of writing, Tether has a Market Cap of $318 million, no wonder the ground floor is so busy! Looking to the other tenants on the other floors we see MaidSafeCoin $168 million, Synereo $24 million, Agoras Tokens $13 million, Safe Exchange Coin $12 million, and a couple of other smaller ones. Put them all together and all these tenants have a value of $535 million, making Omni the biggest platform on Bitcoin Street! With me so far? Good. Now here's the weird part, how much do you think a building that houses half a billion dollars of assets is worth? $26 million. Excuse me, $26 million? How come?
Well, at present none of the buildings tenants are being charged rent, though this likely to change in the future. Now if you were one of those tenants, would you be waiting for the rent and service fees to start or would you be looking at buying a share of the freehold? Its pretty much an open secret that Omni is in talks with Deloitte. Could this be regarding the buildings current tenants or expanding into the infinite empty floors above them?
In short, is there more to Omni than President Trump Coin?
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The Biggest Winners and Losers on Coinmarketcap for the week of June (11th to 18th) - Emercoin Is One to Watch!

Bitassist provide weekly updates on the biggest movers and shakers in CoinmarketCap (CMC) rankings. We scan the top 100 coins in the market and try to identify the causality. Naturally, we are only human, we can get it wrong! So please don’t take this as investment advice.
If you’ve got any insights that we’ve not mentioned, please let us know down below.
The biggest mover over the past week was Docademic, a healthcare service platform based on the blockchain. A couple of reasons for the recent surge include: a 1% increase in circulating supply (Market Cap = Price*Circulating supply) and a promotional announcement from John Mcafee. If the price of Bitcoin is anything to go by, it’s looking like he may need all the medical support he can get…
Emercoin, one of the most distributed and longest trading coins, moved up 15 places this week with +9% increase in price. Emercoin leverages blockchain technology to allow peer-to-peer VOIP calls – phone calls over the internet. As a coin that has been in the top 100 in CMC for almost 5 years, it’s unsurprising to see it performing well through the latest trough in the crypto cycle.
Bitcoin Diamond, Maidsafe and Cryptonex all increased by 2%-4% which was enough to see them increase their CMC ranking by 6 to 8 places, as the many of the top 100 fell away.
At the other end of the spectrum, Ethos and Bibox Token both lost (18)% of their price this week after strong gains the week before. Polymath and Theta Token fell ~(20)% in price for the second consecutive week.
https://twitter.com/bitassistuk/status/1008809638542938113
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Our reddit is growing !!

I was looking at our monthly stats today: https://www.reddit.com/Monero/about/traffic/
We had about 15k unique visitors and 95k pageviews in march, a new record!
I compared this to the top10 on coinmarketcap. I also included ZCash.
I know it's possible some coins maybe have their social activity happening elsewhere, but still, it's interesting to compare.
As you can see, we are already doing better than litecoin, maidsafe and bitshares. We are closing in on DOGE
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Official Twitter Accounts for the Top 20 Cryptocurrencies

Listed by market cap on www.coinmarketcap.com as of February 20, 2015.
  1. Bitcoin @BitcoinFoundation
  2. Ripple @RippleLabs
  3. Litecoin @LitecoinProject
  4. BitShares @_bitshares
  5. MaidSafeCoin @maidsafe
  6. Dogecoin @dogecoin
  7. Darkcoin @darkcoinorg
  8. Stellar @stellarorg
  9. NXT @NXTmovement
  10. PayCoin (Pure scam, not going to list)
  11. Peercoin @PeercoinPPC
  12. Namecoin @Namestream
  13. Rimbit @Rimbitcom
  14. BanxShares @MarkLyford
  15. Counterparty @CounterpartyXCP
  16. NuShares @OfficialNuBits
  17. YBCoin @YBcoin
  18. NuBits @OfficialNuBits
  19. SuperNET @SupernetORG
  20. Monero @MoneroCurrency
(Bonus) Not listed. Ethereum @EthereumProject
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how did the presale go?

Early invest who brought maidsafe got somewhere between 17,000 to 24,000 maidsafe coins per bitcoin. Did they just made a bad investment? Maidsafe is quoted below a penny at coinmarketcap.com. So I could buy 50,000 maidsafe coins at current price with a bitcoin.
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Dogetipbot Gild Analysis: Jan 14, 2015

For the past couple of days, at least half of the gilds given were outside of the main Doge subreddits, which is great! Supporting the community through internal assistance and external “marketing” is what keeps us going. I’ve seen people talk about the downtrend in traffic to the /dogecoin, and my only response has been to look at the traffic to every cryptocurrency subreddit for comparison.
In fact, I looked at many, and here’s what I saw for unique visits:
Coin Chart 6 Months Ago Prior Month Increase (Decrease)
/Anoncoin no link
/Bitcoin link 767,207 690,898 -9.9%
/BitShares no link
/Blackcoin link 20,994 15,096 -28.1%
/counterparty_xcp no link
/CryptogenicBullion no link
/Devcoin no link
/digitalcoin link 413 230 - 44.3%
/Dogecoin link 261,311 142,398 -45.5%
/DRKCoin no link
/Einsteinium no link
/Feathercoin no link
/Flappycoin link 1,516 331 -78.2%
/FuelCoin no link
/Gridcoin no link
/Litecoin link 59,538 30,915 -48.1%
/Maidsafe link 1,396 1,277 -8.5%
/Maxcoin no link
/Mazacoin no link
/Megacoin no link
/Mintcoin no link
/Mooncoin no link
/Myriadcoin link 9,718 9,001 -7.4%
/Namecoin link 1,497 1,656 10.6%
/NobleCoin no link
/Nubits no link
/NXT no link
/Nyancoins no link
/PandacoinPND no link
/Paycoin no link
/Peercoin link 5,430 3,438 -36.7%
/Primecoin no link
/Quarkcoin link 4,599 1,957 -57.4%
/ReddCoin no link
/Ripplers no link
/Stealthcoin link 43 115 167.4%
/Stellar no link
/Tacocoin link 1,203 187 -84.5%
/Terracoin no link
/TopCoin no link
/Vertcoin link 40,404 19,009 -53.0%
/YBCoin no link
As you can see, just about every single subreddit that had stats and started with over 1,000 people 6 months ago lost a substantial portion of traffic. Also note: Dogecoin has the second largest active community, too! In just about every way, we’re here to stay, so don’t delay, and rock the day.
Also! Two members of our community made somebody else’s day a little brighter through a good ol’ fashioned gilding. Great job shibes! Here are the links to the comments given gold yesterday:
penguin-surgeon ->qzzn
mumzie -> lepaperbag
If you run across a comment that gives gold, let me know! Or if you give gold to somebody in a dogetipbot banned sub, send me the link so I can add it! When dogetipbot is banned from replying in non-doge subreddits, my counts are shaky.
Here’s the past week of activity broken out by the type of subreddit in which the gold was given:
Date (UTC) Total Gildings Doge subreddits Non-Doge subreddits
Jan 8 6 3 3
Jan 9 11 5 6
Jan 10 6 6 0
Jan 11 2 1 1
Jan 12 1 0 1
Jan 13 3-4 1 2-3
Jan 14 2-3 1 1-2
Also, the top givers of gold through dogetipbot (for all time up through yesterday) are:
Top Giving Shibes Number
mumzie 11
mohland 8
dvorwak 6
dogecoindripper 6
_lobster_ 6
brknthmb 5
Halio1984 5
pseudopseudonym 5
crundy 5
hammingen 4
Top Giving Shibes (Non-Doge subreddits) Number
crundy 5
mumzie 4
brknthmb 3
pseudopseudonym 3
_lobster_ 3
powerfunk 3
mohland 2
dogecoindripper 2
break_free 2
ThePumpThatWasAPoo 2
reifier 2
artfully_doges 2
For a graphical representation and more data, please check out the Google Docs spreadsheet.
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