TerraCoin Price, Chart, Market Cap, TRC Coin Essentials

EWMCI Weekly Update for 2019-10-04 [Full Version]

Dear Colleagues,
One week at a time... or "crypto in small doses" seems to be the mantra over the past couple of months. Well, last 7 days were no exception. Starting at very depressed levels, all three indices (Gold, Silver, and Bronze) had a lot of resistance to overcome on their way toward the "median" levels. As we move forward, it will be important to determine how the increasingly legitimate "crypto space" fits into the existing landscape of modern finance. This will of course differ when it comes to specific application(s) of each "coin" - from store of value to currency to practical blockchain apps. Below is the breakdown of individual index performances for the week ending October 4, 2019:
1) Gold Index - "The fall stops here... for now." This pretty much sumps up the movement of the large caps within the index. Up 1% this week, the index performance seems to be following Bitcoin's new range-bound fluctuations between $7,900 and $8,200. There are too many economic and political events to clearly attribute index behavior to... uncertainty is the only constant. Right now, we are in a holding pattern that will have to resolve itself one way or another. One underappreciated fact that many seem to miss - The increasing USD strength may have something to do with the relative weakness in all currencies, including "crypto" currencies.
2) Silver Index - Overall similar to the Gold Index, with the only difference being a 1.3% drop (as opposed to 1% increase). Given the volatility of individual components, more choppy trading is likely in the cards for the upcoming week. Moreover, some of the positions within the Silver Index are being actively affected by the closing of two major altcoin exchanges. Until that situation stabilizes, there will likely be more price swings over the next 3-4 weeks. Once new marketplaces / exchanges become established, this temporary state should fully resolve.
3) Bronze Index - This is the singular success story for the week. The index is up 9.8% after a large drop two weeks ago. Looking at the 2-week moving average, we are just above the "dashed line." This may mean that the worst is behind us, and that the next move will either be "lateral" or "up" with the long-term line showing resistance/support levels in the $49-50 range. Given the deleterious effect of announced exchange closures on the Bronze Index in the recent past, many of the positions seem to be emerging from that temporary selling pressure.
Other items - Great thanks to Zapple and NLexch for their flexibility and generosity in hosting new coin pairs. Also kudos to the EWMCI Leadership Alliance - including Bee from Unitus and Clockuniverse from Terracoin for spearheading some key coin pair transitions / listings to avoid market disruptions resulting from exchange closures.
Till next week!
Stan / EWMCI.info
Embrace DIY Index Crypto Investing - Your decisions. Your coins. Your control!
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My 5 Favorite Coins Under $5 Million Market Cap and Why - Full Analysis

*Note: This article was copied from my medium article and then formatted for Reddit. For the best reading experience please read on medium. However, I wanted to format it for reddit so people could read it here on Reddit if they preferred. *
 
In this article, I will be sharing with you my 5 favorite coins that are currently sitting under a $5 million market cap. Before we get into things, I first want to cover all of my bases and say this is not investment advice. Please do your own research before making any investments. The coins I will be sharing are much riskier investments, so make sure to #DYOR.
 
Please keep in mind that these are all very risky investments and are not your $100 million + projects. These are high risk and high reward projects that will require you to do your own research. These investments aren't for everybody, but I wanted to share with you my thoughts on these coins.
 
Please follow me on Twitter for more updates, articles, and my thoughts on various other crypto related topics.
 
 

1. EquiTrader (EQT): $3.6 Million Market Cap

This is my favorite project that is currently under a $5 million market cap. EquiTrader is a social platform for traders where they can share their ideas and get rewarded by the community. EQT comes equipped with trading charts, indicators, trading tools and other features which will make it easy to make technical analysis. You will also have the ability to shadow other traders and make automatic trades based on what they do.
 

Why I Like EquiTrader

There are a lot of reasons why I’m bullish on EQT, the main ones our outlined below:
 
Perfect Product for Crypto
 
Having a social platform where traders can share their investment analysis and then get rewarded is a perfect concept for this market. I think that a lot of the major crypto influencers will get on this platform and utilize it, which will then in turn help EQT get bigger. Once the platform is up and running the “crypto OGs” will do a lot of the heavy lifting when it comes to marketing because it benefits them too. I’m a big fan of any crypto project where their main audience is the crypto market. This is an easy foot in the door and will allow the project to gain traction much quicker. I think EQT will do this as well.
 
Recently Acquired by a Major Crypto Influencer
 
It was recently announced that EquiTrader was acquired by Aluna.Social, which is a company owned by Alvin Lee (https://twitter.com/onemanatatime). Having a big player behind the platform will be extremely beneficial once the platform is launched and he can start promoting it. Plus this adds a lot of credibility behind the project as well. I’m a BIG fan of this news.
 
Many Upcoming Catalysts on Roadmap
 
Public release of the EQT platform is planned for Q4 of this year and I’d expect a lot of traction to start at this point. In Q1 of 2018 they will release the iOS and Android apps, Q2 the beta of the social trading platform will be released (huge news) and then in Q3 the social trading platform will be released to the public. We have at least a whole year of upcoming catalysts that will all have a major impact on the price.
 
Currently Only Trading on Coin Exchange
 
At this point you can only buy EQT on Coinexchange.io. It was listed on Cryptopia previously but when they did a coin swap they were removed. Why is this a good thing? The EQT team is in discussion with Cryptopia to be added now that the swap has been completed. Once this happens I’d expect a major pump. This will happen very soon so the major discount that EQT is currently trading at probably won’t last long.
 
Proof of Stake: 30% per Year Returns
 
As mentioned above, they recently did a coin swap and went from a PoW chain to a PoS one where you can get 30% annual returns from staking. This is an awesome return. I have already seen some great returns from staking.
 

What I Don’t Like

The biggest complaint I have about EQT is the small issue and delay they have had doing the coin swap. Before the coin swap they told everyone to move their coins to CoinExchange.io and the swap would happen automatically, which worked great for those who followed the instructions. However, there are a lot of people that didn’t do this and now they are having to manually swap these coins. This has caused a long delay in terms of being relisted on Cryptopia, which in turn has hurt the price. This isn’t a huge deal, but it is a small complaint I have.
 

Investment Potential

With a lot of catalysts on the roadmap until 2019, the potential of EquiTrader is hard to predict. However, I think a 10x from here, which would make the market cap only $34 million, is a very real possibility within 3 months. Even after a 10x, I still think it could get closer to $75 million before it would be getting close to what I think it should be valued at. As you can see, I think there is a lot of room for EQT to grow and I’m expecting it to do just that.
 

2. Hush (HUSH): $1.1 Million Market Cap

Hush is a very, very close second when it comes to my top 5 favorite projects under $5 million market cap. This project might have the most potential out of all of the coins in this list too. Hush is an anonymous coin that utilizes the Zerocash protocol that is forked from Zcash. There are quite a few Zcash forks out there, but this is the best one in my opinion (and the cheapest). It is a fairly new coin that launched in July 2017 so there have only been a few months worth of development.
 

Why I Like Hush

There is a lot to like about Hush and the reasons are explained below.
 
One of the Best Anon Coins
 
Hush is a fork of Zcash but without the founders reward, which is the only major knock of Zcash. So without the founders reward it becomes a top notch anon coin tech wise. There are other Zcash forks out there, but none of them are sitting at this low of a market cap, which creates a huge opportunity for Hush. A very similar coin to Hush is ZenCash, which currently sits at a $14 million market cap, is another Zcash fork without some of the features of Hush. Combine all of this with the major pump all anon coins have been going through lately and Hush is looking prime.
 
Great Team
 
One of the members of the Zcash dev team, David Mercer, is now the lead dev for Hush. This is huge. Not only is he the lead dev but he is also working full time on Hush, which means all of the promised features on the roadmap will have a good shot at being completed. Along with the lead dev, there are 6 total team members. The size and talent on this team is practically unheard for a coin with such a small market cap. This is a major reason for me being bullish. I know that this team will get things done, which is all you can ask from a team.
 
Counterparty on Hush
 
This is the biggest reason I like Hush so much. They are planning on porting Counterparty to Hush and this will allow people to create Counterparty based assets with the security of Hush. They are also planning on having these assets being compatible with Ethereum smart contracts. These are killer features that make Hush a unique project.
 
Only Trading on Cryptopia
 
At this moment the only place to purchase HUSH is on Cryptopia. The Hush team has confirmed they have been in contact with Bittrex and I don’t think it’ll be long before they are added. Take advantage of it being only on Cryptopia before it gets added to other exchanges, once that happens the price is going to take off.
 

What I Don’t Like

The major knock on Hush is their marketing. They are not putting much effort into spreading awareness. Their reasoning behind this is that they feel like they don’t have a finished product to market yet and that good tech will eventually win out. I like seeing a team that prides themselves on the tech of their project, but at some point they are going to have to start marketing it. Marketing plays a huge role in crypto. With all of that being said, I’m not complaining because it gives me more time to accumulate at these low prices. The only way people find Hush is from actually doing their own research. You won’t find it being shilled much on twitter because no one really knows about it. This will probably be changing in the near future.
 

Investment Potential

The $1.1 million market cap it is currently sitting at is almost funny. I can’t believe it is so low. This coin should be sitting at an easy $10 million market cap SOLELY based off of what the project currently is. Factor in some of the upcoming features such as the Counterparty port and a standalone HUSH messenger and I think Hush could be worth at least $50 million in 6–12 months, if not higher. The reason I say it could be higher is because of the dev team. I’m very confident in the team and believe that in 12 months from now they will be working on features that will blow the current features out of the water.
 

3. Tokes (TKS): $1.8 Million Market Cap

Coming in at 3rd in my top 5 is a coin called Tokes. I’m a big fan and this is one of my long term plays that I think will be worth a ton in a few years time. This isn’t going to be a 10x coin in 2 months, but in 2 years it very well may be a 100x coin. Keep that in mind while reading. Tokes is a Waves based asset that is geared towards the marijuana business. They are looking to help businesses handle their money and provide a better payment solution for both consumers and businesses. They are also doing a few other really interesting things in this space and I will explain why I like Tokes in the next section.
 

Why I Like Tokes

Tokes is a coin based around the marijuana business, but it does much more than the other pot coins out there. Tokes is looking to actually solve real world issues in the marijuana business and has partnerships with major players in their area. I will touch more on all of these things, but I want to make ti clear this isn’t just a “pot currency”.
 
Provides a Fiat Gateway
 
A major issue for marijuana businesses is that they are forced to operate as a cash-only business due to the federal laws that make banks not want to work with them. This is a major problem within the cannabis industry and Tokes is trying to solve this by creating a fiat gateway. Tokes allows for cash to be converted to TKS and vice versa so that it can stored electronically without the need to carry cash around. They also offer no fiat volatility risk because of their pegging system. This means that the $100,000 of cash they turn into TKS will remain $100,000 when they withdraw it. This is a major issue that is being solved by Tokes and gives their project immediate value and use cases. Keep in mind that this is something they are working on implementing and hasn’t actually been developed yet.
 
Major Partnerships Secured
 
Tokes is located in Las Vegas, where marijuana laws are some of the most lenient, and they have been hard at work building relationships and partnerships with the marijuana businesses in that area. Some of their partnerships are as follows:
 
Pisos: A dispensary in Vegas that is their first partner in their pilot program Herbology Tours: Tokes purchased a 10% ownership stake in this company. More on this in a minute. Cannabis Delivery Startup in California: Payment integration into their mobile app
 
Tokes purchased a 10% ownership stake in a Las Vegas cannabis tourism company and this has a couple of really cool benefits. First, it gives Tokes a foot in the door with a marijuana company where they can start integrating and testing their system. Second, it’s a great way to get their name out there and start spreading awareness. This will go a long way to help both consumer and business adoption. The last major benefit of this ownership stake is that they will get 10% of all of the revenue from Herbology Tours, which will be used to help grow Tokes. This revenue will also be used as a way to potentially buy and burn coins (more in the next section).
 
Revenue Used to Burn Coins
 
Tokes plans on getting into other aspects of the marijuana business and portions of this revenue will possibly be used to buy and then burn the coins, thus decreasing the supply. The revenue that they generate from their 10% ownership stake in Herbology Tours will also be used to burn coins. Im a big fan of coins that burn their own supply and the markets go crazy when this happens (See $TRIG and $DAR). It’s worth noting that they are planning on burning coins with revenue, but it is not 100% concrete yet.
 
Great Roadmap
 
Their roadmap extends all the way into Q4 of 2018, which is good to see. There are also a lot of good things to look forward to and a lot of catalyst that should help the price increase along the way. Check out the roadmap here
 

What I Don’t Like

The biggest issue I have with Tokes is their supply problem they have. Currently, there are only around 960k in circulation out of the total supply of 50 million (according to Coin Market Cap). The founders currently own the remaining ~40 million tokens. The good news is they are actively trying to solve this issue and release these tokens in a way that won’t hurt the price. One of the main ways they hope to remedy this situation is by putting all of the tokens in a smart contract and distributing it during a 3 year period. You can read more about their plans here.
 
I’m not a big fan of the current supply issues, but I think the founders are on the ball on this issue and will figure it our without too many problems. Investment Potential I really like the fact that Tokes solves a real issue by providing a store of value for cannabis businesses and allowing them to move away from cash only operations. This has so much value. Combine that with their current partnerships, pilot program and their upcoming roadmap and Tokes looks like a real good long term investment.
 
Where Tokes could really see their value skyrocket is after they get a foothold in Las Vegas and establish their name in the cannabis industry, they will be the first company other cannabis companies call once their states become legal. Like I mentioned before, this is a longer term play but could be huge in a few years time. In the short term, I think they could easily get to ~$25 million just based off of continuing to lock in partnerships, releasing their mobile app and solving their supply issues.
 

4. SmartCash (SMART): $2.5 Million Market Cap

Coming in at 4th on my list is SmartCash. SmartCash is a fork of Zcoin, but it has a some of the same features as Dash along with a few unqiue twists that makes this coin very undervalued. The coin itself was started less than 3 months ago, so the project itself is still very new.
 

Why I Like SmartCash

Any anon coins right now that haven’t pumped yet are of interest to me. It seems like everyday a new anon coin is pumping and the fact that SmartCash hasn’t yet is appealing. Not only has the coin not pumped yet, but it has a super small market cap and is a better coin than the majority of the other anon coins out there. Aside from it being an anon coin, the following reasons are why I like this project.
 
Insane Staking with SmartRewards
 
This is a major reason for this coin being in my top 5. They have a cool feature called SmartRewards which is a way for people that hold their coins in their wallet to get rewarded. The only requirements are that you must have at least 1000 coins and hold them for at least a month, starting on the 25th of each month. For example, you transfer 5,000 coins on September 16th then you would be rewarded on October 25th. Since this coin is so new, there has only been one completed round of payouts so far. During this first round each person eligible made 400% returns. Example, if you had 1,000 coins in there then you would have been paid 4,000 coins!
 
400% is insane and for this second round of payouts things are a little less extreme. At the time of writing this (halfway through the month) the current estimated payout is going to be 37%, still not bad at all! This numbers goes up as the month goes on and less addresses become eligible. The reason for the drop off is because there are more eligible addresses than the first round. These rewards are funded by taking 15% of all of the coins mined from each block and then on the 25th of each month are distributed to addresses that hold at least 1000 coins. Not only are the returns very good, but this is also a great strategy to lock up coins and keep the price from dropping too much. SmartRewards is a huge reason for me being in this coin and I think it will be very popular once more people find out about it.
 
Great Funding System
I’m a big fan of their funding system and how they split the block reward. Their funding structure is as follows:
 
 
Of the 80% allocated to the community, 70% of it goes to the community treasury and 30% of it goes to funding the team. I like the reversed model they have of paying the community the bulk of the rewards and the miners the least. I think this is a good way to get people involved and help grow the coin via community funded projects.
 
Governance System
With a large chunk of all coins mined going towards community treasury it gives the community a lot of coins to use on various proposals that will be voted on by the community. These proposals can be pretty much anything helping the coin grow and the community gets to determine if it is a good idea or not. Each vote is equal to 1 smart cash.
 
As of writing this, there have been 3 community proposals that have been funded. Those 3 include:
 
 
As the community gets larger, I’d expect the number and quality of proposals to improve and then we will really get to see the benefits of this funding system.
 
Instant Transactions via InstantPay
 
This is a feature that is going to be implemented in the near future and would allow for near instant transactions. This is crucial to have if you are trying to be a coin that is used for everyday purchases, which SmartCash is trying to do.
 
Not on any Major Exchanges
 
Currently, the exchange with the largest volume where you can buy SmartCash is Stocks.Exchange and Cryptopia. Whenever Bittrex or Poloniex get around to adding this coin there should be a nice pump. Now is the time to accumulate!
 

What I Don’t Like

I’m not a fan of coins with a large supply of coins and SmartCash has 5 billion coins as its max supply (451 million circulating). The idea behind having so many coins was to become the everyday coin that is used and its easier if people are paying in a small amounts. I get the idea behind it, but I would still prefer a coin with a smaller supply.
 

Investment Potential

This coin is still fairly new and a lot of people have still never heard of this coin. I think as more people become aware of SmartRewards and the insane monthly returns that people will start to flow into this coin. Couple that with things such as masternodes (coming soon), InstantPay, a functioning governance system, and anonymous transactions and you have a severely undervalued coin at $2.5 million. Short term potential for this coin is at least $10 million market cap, but $25 million within a few months is completely reasonable. This coin has all of the characteristics of coins that are worth hundreds of millions of dollars so I don’t plan on selling this coin for a while.
 

5. Crypto Bullion (CBX): $1.3 Million Market Cap

Last but not least we have Crypto Bullion, which currently has a market cap of $1.3 million. This coin was originally developed in 2013 but has seen recent improvements that have made it a great dark horse pick. This coin is a 100% proof of stake coin that was originally created as a way to store value with a yearly interest rate of 2%. as mentioned above, it has become way more than this with the new developments that are currently under way. Let’s take a look at why I like this coin.
 

Why I Like Crypto Bullion

Crypto Bullion will be having a hard fork before the end of the month where they will be implementing quite a few new features that I think takes this coin to the next level. Some of these features are as follows:
 
Masterbodes are Coming
 
Once the hard fork occurs, masternodes will be coming to CBX along with Zerocoin anonymity. Once the masternodes have been implented it will make CBX one of the cheapest masternode coins on the market. These masternodes will earn roughly 9% — 18% yearly plus any of the fees they make from transactions. It will cost 2,000 coins to run your own masternode, which is currently around $2,000.
 
Solid Roadmap
 
They have a very solid 2017 roadmap leading into 2018 and they are planning on releasing a 2018 roadmap once this one is completed. I would expect a lot of cool new features to be added on the next roadmap. See their roadmap here
 
New Wallet Being Released
 
They are currently putting the final touches on a new wallet and getting ready for the hardfork. All of this should be happening by the end of September.
 
Low Supply
 
As of right now, there are only around 1 million coins with a very low inflation rate of 2% per year. With staking, you would make around 6% per year in interest. This means the coins are rare and scarce.
 

What I Don’t Like

From what I have seen, the communication from the dev is subpar and you can be left in the dark at times. Also, even though they have some cool features in the pipeline, they aren’t really bringing anything new to the market.
 

Investment Potential

I think CBX has built itself a nice little niche with becoming a true store of wealth, unlike Bitcoin, and that fact alone should make it worth more than its current market cap. However, with the upcoming hardfork that will bring masternodes and a new wallet we should see a lot more investor interested in this coin. I’m holding this coin until at least a $10 million market cap and probably even longer depending on what kind of developments happen in the meantime.
 

Honorable Mentions

I’m not going to dive deep into any of these coins below, but they are worth mentioning.
 
 

Wrapping this Up

That is going to bring this article to an end. I hope you enjoyed reading and found a coin or two that might interest you. These 5 coins are all coins that I will be holding for nothing less than 10x each, probably even more. These are not your “safe investment” coins by a long stretch, but if you’re looking for some high risk/high reward coins then these might be of interest to you. I’d love to know what coins you are all fans of that I didn’t put on the list. Please share in the comments below. Thanks for reading and if you enjoyed this article please follow me on medium for more posts!
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/r/Tezos subscriber count is ranked #47 out of 96 on my list of crypto related subreddits

I maintain a list of subscriptions over time for all the largest crypto subreddits i can find. (does anyone else know of a similar list?)
Any big pop in price is preceded and/or coincides with a big jump in subscribers. /Tezos sub rate is basically flat, sorry to say.
I can post the python code i use to collect subscriber count if anyone is interested.
Rank subreddit 2/23/18
1 bitcoin 749760
2 ethereum 330391
3 litecoin 192455
4 btc 185881
5 Ripple 178651
6 CryptoMarkets 123765
7 Monero 115725
8 dogecoin 112840
9 Iota 107234
10 neo 82319
11 Stellar 72398
12 tronix 59974
13 cardano 56073
14 raiblocks 52182
15 vergecurrency 48168
16 binance 40174
17 vechain 40132
18 reddCoin 37764
19 vertcoin 33959
20 omise_go 33387
21 eos 32903
22 siacoin 30561
23 Lisk 28032
24 ArkEcosystem 20763
25 dashpay 20024
26 GolemProject 18428
27 EthereumClassic 16751
28 Digibyte 16587
29 electroneum 16442
30 nem 16134
31 BATProject 15202
32 Qtum 12799
33 TenX 12786
34 powerledger 12407
35 zec 12052
36 Antshares 10818
37 BytecoinBCN 10463
38 stratisplatform 10310
39 NXT 9287
40 factom 8232
41 Wavesplatform 8198
42 ICONOMI 7943
43 quantstamp 7919
44 Augur 7601
45 PIVX 7575
46 decred 7283
47 tezos 7264
48 BitShares 6710
49 Ardor 6311
50 Steemit 5907
51 komodoplatform 5671
52 statusim 5377
53 monacocard 5299
54 peercoin 5120
55 Stratis 4971
56 Aeon 4807
57 maidsafe 4637
58 SONM 4416
59 gridcoin 4356
60 potcoin 4218
61 dfinity 4151
62 Bancor 4066
63 adex 3900
64 Namecoin 3610
65 einsteinium 3504
66 qash 3367
67 myriadcoin 3346
68 drgn 3303
69 tether 3198
70 Metaverse_Blockchain 2829
71 QuarkCoin 2826
72 monacoin 2780
73 ByteBall 2720
74 iexec 2672
75 MintCoin 2405
76 Veritasium 2319
77 aeternity 2164
78 gnosisPM 2003
79 primecoin 1904
80 GameCreditsCrypto 1286
81 nyancoins 1202
82 saltcoin 1134
83 HiveProject_net 999
84 viberate 859
85 Stealthcoin 836
86 populous_platform 824
87 Terracoin 770
88 NuBits 737
89 eidoo 714
90 NeosCoin 596
91 adChain 502
92 MobileGo 348
93 aragonone 117
94 rscoin 17
95 storj 0
96 bitconnect 0
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September 21st Terracoin Update - Mandatory!!

MANDATORY UPGRADE OF THE TERRACOIN WALLET!
There is a mandatory upgrade of the Terracoin wallet in preparation for the hard fork on block 1087500 which will enable masternodes and decentralized governance.
Everyone must upgrade their wallet by block 1087500, which with current block timing is falling between the 29th and the 30th of this month!
We really need to get the word out to as many people as possible. So please post and talk to everyone you know.
This is a mandatory update which means if you continue to use the old wallet you will be on the wrong block chain and you won't be able to send or receive TRC from that wallet.
We also need to make sure that all of the mining pools (or whoever is throwing that crazy hash at TRC) have updated their wallets, otherwise the coins they mine will be worthless.
Always back up your wallet.dat file! Always back up your wallet.dat file!
Download the new wallets here: https://github.com/terracoin/terracoin
We will be using this repository going forward, but the old one has been updated as well.
The first time you run the binaries (or exes) it will create a new terracoincore folder. You can manually make it use your old terracoin app folder, but I recommend using the new folder. Stop (or close) the binaries and copy all of your files, except the peers.dat file over from the old folder into the new folder. That way you have an exact duplicate of your old data. (Except the peers.dat file, you will find .12.1.5 nodes faster without it, and you won't fully sync till you connect to a .12.1.5 masternode.)
Restart new binaries/exes.
It will say that it needs to reindex, so let it. Once it is done reindexing just sit back and wait for it to find .12.1.5 peers and masternodes. If it gives you an error saying network sync has failed, don't worry you just haven't gotten a .12.1.5 masternode yet. It will try again later.
If you are not sure how to do this please ask on one of the many forums. It is better to be safe then sorry!
I will be posting close to daily updates on which exchanges have updated their wallets and which haven't. If you see an exchange put the Terracoin wallet in maintenance that probably means they are upgrading it!
Hopefully we will have a Mac wallet out middle of next week.
In other news, the whale is now almost done with only ≈231,000 TRC left. He won't be around much longer. If you can get your TRC cheaper somewhere else then please do, but he has been consistantly selling to buy orders at .00003001 on Cryptopia. Once he is gone the price will most likely rise, so get it while you can!
Oh yeah, if you want you can set up your masternodes now, though you won't get rewards until the hard fork.
Numbers
30 days ago we were at 0.00001935 BTC (.0771 USD) and today we are at 0.00003010 BTC (.1098 USD).
A year ago we were at 0.00000442 BTC (.0026 USD).
We are ranked 321 on coinmarketcap with a market cap of $2,341,404 USD. Last week our market cap was $2,157,630 USD.
Source: http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/terracoin/#charts
Donation Addresses
Terracoin: 12bTKJL3UiypnVQMyFXg7eCJudAyAtgh6p
Bitcoin: 14LW52k8vhHvHaGfmgx48d3su4RcKPyKcc
Terracoin Donations for the World Address
1BQH6gBzkxxyMQG3VSJCHnmVGfWu64nbPL
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July 13th Terracoin Update - Proposals/Pump

I write the weekly updates usually a few days ahead of time, so this one has two parts because of the on going pump.
Pump
Over the past couple of days there has been a massive rise in the price of Terracoin (TRC) and it is continuing. We have gained a huge number of community members, and a lot of new ideas.
Check the numbers at the end of the weekly and make sure you get 10,000 TRC while it is still somewhat cheap so you can have a masternode!
Proposals
A lot of people have asked me about the first two proposals The Terracoin Foundation will be putting in once we have decentralized governance.
The first is a proposal to pay the team.
We want to keep attracting quality team members and we want to reward the team members who have already volunteered and worked so hard to get Terracoin where it is now.
We will be paying people depending on the amount of time spent working on Terracoin per month. This will include everyone who volunteers currently and future team members.
Obviously, everyone will have to be an official team member, and show proof of work. Sorry. I had to.
This first proposal will only last 6 months so that we can adjust pay up or down, or split off departments depending on the price of TRC.
The ledger of payment will be publicly available.
The second proposal we will put in is for TRC to sell for BTC to get on another exchange (most likely Bittrex).
Why are these the two most important?
We need to keep growing and rewarding the team so that we can innovate Terracoin even more in the future, and we need to keep expanding the base of people who has access to Terracoin.
That is it.
Innovate and grow.
Countdown
Reward halving ≈ 21 Days
Testnet = 2 Weeks
Hard fork = 10 Weeks
Numbers!!!
First off, we just broke our all time 5 year volume record! Our volume in the last 24 hours was $328,627 USD. The highest previous volume I could find was January 3rd 2014 at $223,699 USD. That was back when Terracoin was still listed on BTC-E and it was going for $.60 USD a piece.
30 days ago we were at 0.00001448 BTC (.0392 USD) and today we are at 0.00008337 BTC (.1956 USD).
We are ranked 208 on coinmarketcap with a market cap of $4,043,767 USD. Last week our market cap was $706,094 USD.
Source: http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/terracoin/#charts
Donation Addresses
Terracoin: 12bTKJL3UiypnVQMyFXg7eCJudAyAtgh6p Bitcoin: 14LW52k8vhHvHaGfmgx48d3su4RcKPyKcc
Terracoin Donations for the World Address
1BQH6gBzkxxyMQG3VSJCHnmVGfWu64nbPL
Public Slack Invite
https://join.slack.com/t/terracoin/shared_invite/MjEzNDYxNDk2NDU0LTE0OTk5NzM4NzEtM2Q2MmQ0OWYzYQ
Public Telegram Invite
https://t.me/joinchat/F3LRkQpQ2VQkAphfchl9Mw
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August 17th Terracoin Update - Testing

On Sunday we officially entered the testing phase!
We have been steadily at work testing and breaking the code since then.
This means that we are on target for the hard fork in about a month and a half!
If you want to help test, feel free to contact me on any of the forums, or via email. Once we have mined enough tTRC we can send some to you so you can test too, or if you want you can mine the testnet for your own tTRC.
With the help of SixofFive I have also started working on a guides for masternode setup.
If you haven't seen our awesome new website created by Rehrar, check it out here: terracoin.io
Historically the price of any coin adding masternodes rises as it gets closer to the hard fork date, so you should get your collatoral of 5000 TRC for a masternode now!
Now for the other stuff.
Countdown
We are approximately 6 weeks from the hard fork!
Numbers
30 days ago we were at 0.00001727 BTC (.0406 USD) and today we are at 0.00001763 BTC (.0756 USD).
We are ranked 339 on coinmarketcap with a market cap of $1,594,601 USD. Last week our market cap was $1,828,873 USD.
Source: http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/terracoin/#charts
Donation Addresses
Terracoin: 12bTKJL3UiypnVQMyFXg7eCJudAyAtgh6p
Bitcoin: 14LW52k8vhHvHaGfmgx48d3su4RcKPyKcc
Terracoin Donations for the World Address
1BQH6gBzkxxyMQG3VSJCHnmVGfWu64nbPL
Public Slack Invite
https://join.slack.com/t/terracoin/shared_invite/MjI4NDQ2ODM0MDIxLTE1MDMwMTgwNzMtYmMzZmExZDIxNg
Public Telegram Invite
https://t.me/terracoin
Newsletter Subscription
http://eepurl.com/cYRTwn
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July 27th Terracoin Update - Week

It looks like the testnet will be another week as Ahmed is running behind on the code.
It isn't that big of a deal though, considering that we gave ourselves another 8 weeks for testing and testnet, just in case.
We have kept the original goal of the hard fork happening in 8 weeks and just moved the testnet out a week.
In other news we are ahead of schedule on the new website which should be out soon.
The whale is still keeping the price low so now is the time to get 5,000 Terracoin together for a masternode.
Feel free to join our Slack or Telegram. Links are the the bottom of this post.
Countdown
Reward halving ≈ 10 Days
Testnet = 1 Week
Hard fork = 8 Weeks
Numbers
30 days ago we were at 0.00001223 BTC (.0307 USD) and today we are at 0.00003073 BTC (.0822 USD).
We are ranked 295 on coinmarketcap with a market cap of $1,732,590 USD. Last week our market cap was $1,785,173 USD.
Source: http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/terracoin/#charts
Donation Addresses
Terracoin: 12bTKJL3UiypnVQMyFXg7eCJudAyAtgh6p
Bitcoin: 14LW52k8vhHvHaGfmgx48d3su4RcKPyKcc
Terracoin Donations for the World Address
1BQH6gBzkxxyMQG3VSJCHnmVGfWu64nbPL
Public Slack Invite
https://join.slack.com/t/terracoin/shared_invite/MjE1NTE2MTMwMjI3LTE1MDA1NzgxNjMtOGQwMzdlZWI1Yw
Public Telegram Invite
https://t.me/terracoin
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May 18th Update – Pounding

Wow. The price of Terracoin sure took a pounding over the last week.
There are a three of theories about why this happened.
  1. People saw Bitcoin take a slight drop instead of a steady increase so they cashed out altcoins.
  2. A whale from the past appeared to dump their holdings.
  3. The Terracoin Foundation is taking too long to implement DASH’s code so people have lost faith.
Let me address the third theory, since that is the most damaging theory.
I will admit that I am way overly optimistic when it comes to suggesting how long coding will take.
When we updated Terracoin from .8.4 to .9.12.1 it happened really quickly, but we only updated the necessary parts of the code to achieve the short term goals.
We are currently going back over the code and finding things that are now required to update such as the testnet, etc.
Adding the masternodes is a complicated experience not just because of the code, but because we want it to be as simple as possible to manage the masternodes and voting with decentralized governance.
We need to figure everything out, and get everything connecting to everything else.
Which is why I keep saying we want to test it for at least a month and a half.
So what does this all mean?
It means that The Terracoin Foundation is working hard, and you can help.
You can help by telling everyone that the DASH code is going to happen, a new website is going to happen, and we are going to have guides for everything.
You can invite everyone you know to the slack channel and you can offer any help or suggestions that you can. Here is the public slack channel link. It only lasts for another 24 days before I need to recreate it. https://terracoin.slack.com/shared_invite/MTgzODE5MDQyMjk1LTE0OTQ2MjI1NzYtZWQyZGYzMWU2OQ
Just in case you don’t understand how serious I am about Terracoin.
I have a back up person to take over just in case I die.
Here are the donation numbers. These donations are for attraction more developers. Please donate! Every new developer helps to implement and test the new code.
Terracoin Donations
34,656.89725820 TRC Bitcoin Donations
.17194391 BTC Now for the terrible numbers!
These numbers aren’t really that terrible right now, but take a look at the 1 month or 7 day graph to see the beating Terracoin took.
30 days ago we were at 0.00001239 BTC (.0150 USD) and today we are at 0.00001264 BTC (.0240 USD.) In the past 7 days we have gone over the 2 cent price just once, which was right before I posted this. We are ranked 257 on coinmarketcap with a market cap of $470,252 USD. Last week our market cap was $384,615 USD. Source: http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/terracoin/
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September 14th Terracoin Update - Whaling/China

It is time to start whaling, and ignoring China.
As we get closer to the hard fork date (September 29th) many people wonder why the price hasn't risen though more and more people have been buying Terracoin for a masternode.
The reason behind this is that there is a very large holder of TRC on Cryptopia who will generally sell to buy orders at .00003001 btc, if the total amount of the sale is enough (meaning he ignores little numbers). He started with around 1,900,000 TRC and over the past couple of months we have whittled him down to ≈750,000.
We believe that he is one of the people who picked up a whole slew of different coins from the Cryptsy lawsuit.
What does this mean to you? It means we have 150 inexpensive masternodes for sale! Once those are gone the price will probably rise, so get them while they are cheap!
You could probably also make some money off of arbitage, which would also help spread the inexpensive masternodes around!
I guess I have to write about China.
The recent news from China has caused a massive drop in the price of Bitcoin, though Terracoin has remained pretty much uneffected.*
All this has done is prioritize The Terracoin Foundation's goal of getting on a decentralized exchange (or creating our own in the far future.) With a decentralized exchange no country can arbitrarily mess with a cryptocoin.
To summarize (tldr), lets take care of this whale, and ignore China.
Thanks again to our community! Everyone is awesome, and if you want to join our community check out some of the links below. I try to be as available as possible.
Terracoin is dedicated to helping the world while becoming a replacement for fiat currencies.
Numbers
30 days ago we were at 0.00001886 BTC (.0823 USD) and today we are at 0.00003027 BTC (.1014 USD).
A year ago we were at 0.00000503 BTC (.0030 USD).
We are ranked 312 on coinmarketcap with a market cap of $2,157,630 USD. Last week our market cap was $3,139,664 USD.
Source: http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/terracoin/#charts
Donation Addresses
Terracoin: 12bTKJL3UiypnVQMyFXg7eCJudAyAtgh6p
Bitcoin: 14LW52k8vhHvHaGfmgx48d3su4RcKPyKcc
Terracoin Donations for the World Address
1BQH6gBzkxxyMQG3VSJCHnmVGfWu64nbPL
Public Discord Invite
https://discord.gg/r3QVQRN
Public Slack Invite
https://join.slack.com/t/terracoin/shared_invite/MjI4NDQ2ODM0MDIxLTE1MDMwMTgwNzMtYmMzZmExZDIxNg
Public Telegram Invite
https://t.me/terracoin
Newsletter Subscription
http://eepurl.com/cYRTwn
Youtube
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVt88faiKRWbMqaH_i6gXPA
*If the BTC/USD price falls then the USD price of TRC also falls (along with all other coins), but if you look at BTC/TRC is show that the value of BTC/TRC hasn't really changed. What this means is that people who hold TRC are not panic selling TRC to cash out BTC.
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May 11th Update – Explosion

Hello everyone!
This week has seen an explosive gain in Bitcoin price, and so far Terracoin has weathered the storm pretty well.
Though the Terracoin price has fallen when compared to Bitcoin; it has been a little higher or about the same when compared to USD.
I believe this means that most people are unwilling to part with their Terracoin even though they could cash out for Bitcoin and sell for USD.
The Terracoin Foundation is still working on adding DASH’s decentralized governance, masternodes and instant send.
Our web designer had a hard drive crash last week and has had to start over on the website. This is a setback, but not the end of the world. We are still dedicated to updating the website.
This week we fixed the seed node issue by setting up a DNS seed node at seed.terracoin.info.
We updated the code on my github: https://github.com/clockuniverse/terracoin
We will have updated Windows exes soon.
I was asked to provide Linux binaries, so I compiled some and have them available on github as well. They have only been tested by one person so feel free to test them and get back to me.
Now for the numbers!
30 days ago we were at 0.00000976 BTC (.0117 USD) and today we are at 0.00001063 BTC (.0194 USD.) In the past 7 days we have been over the 2 cent mark for most of the week.
We are ranked 248 on coinmarketcap with a market cap of $384,615 USD. Last week our market cap was $368,098 USD.
Source: http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/terracoin/
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May 25th Update – Momentum

There has been a lot of worry that The Terracoin Foundation is loosing momentum and that nothing is going to get done in regards to implementing new DASH code, a website, or anything else.
I am here to put your minds at ease.
I have been trying to avoid hiring a freelancer and instead attracting developers who want to join the team on a promise of a better future for Terracoin. We have gotten a lot of awesome people to volunteer to help with development, web design, guides, and translations. All of these people have volunteered because they believe that implementing DASH’s masternodes and decentralized governance is the best way to improve Terracoin.
Sadly, the code needs updating as fast as possible because people think we are loosing momentum.
Our two current developers have full time jobs, and families so they can’t spend the time needed to add the major features we want for Terracoin. They are still members of the team, and will be available for troubleshooting and helping out once the testnet with the new code is up and running.
The only way to do this quickly is to hire a freelancer.
We are in final talks with a freelancer about adding the features we want.
I believe that once the DASH code is up and running more people will join the team and the current team will be revitalized.
We must keep momentum going and by putting down cold hard cash we can keep the momentum going.
At our current negotiations with the freelancer we only need about $5,000 USD or 2 BTC. (BTC changes every minute which is why we are using USD as the standard).
Please donate BTC as fast as possible so that we can get this show on the road!(See below) Thanks!
Bitcoin Donations address 14LW52k8vhHvHaGfmgx48d3su4RcKPyKcc
Total Bitcoin Donated .17194391 BTC
Terracoin General Donation Address 12bTKJL3UiypnVQMyFXg7eCJudAyAtgh6p
Total Terracoin Donated 34,656.89725820 TRC
Numbers!
30 days ago we were at 0.00001063 BTC (.0134 USD) and today we are at 0.00000718 BTC (.0170 USD.) In the past 7 days we have gone over the 2 cent (USD) price a bunch of times. Next week I will only be reporting how many times we have gone over the 10 cent (USD) price. We are ranked 297 on coinmarketcap with a market cap of $339,490 USD. Last week our market cap was $470,252 USD.
Source: http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/terracoin/
(This is below)
The only reason I continue to run The Terracoin Foundation is because I truly believe that Terracoin will one day be the best cryptocoin out there, instead of just a minor altcoin. It will take a lot of hard work, change, and community input but it will happen. Implementing the features we are talking about is the second step (the first step being implementing merge mining and Dark Gravity Wave) in updating Terracoin to the coin it needs to be. Gathering a strong team which is paid a realistic amount is why decentralized governance and masternodes is so important. I believe in this so strongly that I have already told the freelancer that if we don’t get enough donations I will cover the costs.
I am not some champagne drinking rich guy either.
I just know this is the right thing to do for Terracoin even if it clears out my savings.
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August 31st Terracoin Update - Schedule

We are on schedule for a hard fork in 4 or 5 weeks!
SixofFive and our freelance developer have been working countless hours coding and testing. A few community members, and someone from Nodeshare have also jumped in to help, and each day we move closer and closer to a public testnet.
I will post on all forums and social media when the public testnet goes live. I also have my first very rough draft of the masternode setup guide finished.
We do have something we need input from the community about.
The current code makes putting in a proposal cost 5 TRC (which is roughly $.70 USD). This is part of the DASH code to help protect the decentralized governance from get exploited, so it can't be zero. This amount worked for DASH for a while, but now that DASH is at ≈$300 USD that means to put in a proposal it costs $1500 USD. This is way too high, and they sometimes don't even use all of their budgetary spending because of it (or so says the forums). They have been putting in proposals to lower it, but they never pass. To change this in the future it would probably have to be done with another hard fork. This cost is destoryed once the proposal is put in, so before voting or anything.
Obviously TRC would have to go up in price an amazing amount for this to become an issue, but since we are already setting up a hard fork, let's discuss it!
We can raise, lower, or leave the number the same, but we can't remove it because then anyone with a masternode can spam the decentralized governance with fake proposals.
Remember our goal is to make Terracoin affordable and usable for the whole world!
If you want to take part in the discussion there are links to our forums at the end of this update. Thanks!
Now for the numbers!
Numbers
30 days ago we were at 0.00002862 BTC (.0808 USD) and today we are at 0.00002955 BTC (.1410 USD).
We are ranked 310 on coinmarketcap with a market cap of $2,985,813 USD. Last week our market cap was $2,118,292 USD.
Source: http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/terracoin/#charts
Donation Addresses
Terracoin: 12bTKJL3UiypnVQMyFXg7eCJudAyAtgh6p
Bitcoin: 14LW52k8vhHvHaGfmgx48d3su4RcKPyKcc
Terracoin Donations for the World Address
1BQH6gBzkxxyMQG3VSJCHnmVGfWu64nbPL
Public Slack Invite
https://join.slack.com/t/terracoin/shared_invite/MjI4NDQ2ODM0MDIxLTE1MDMwMTgwNzMtYmMzZmExZDIxNg
Public Telegram Invite
https://t.me/terracoin
Newsletter Subscription
http://eepurl.com/cYRTwn
Youtube
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVt88faiKRWbMqaH_i6gXPA
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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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May 4th Update - Vision

We are still hard at work on the code, and everything else.
One of the team asked me to write the vision for Terracoin so that we are all on the same page.
Vision Statement
The Terracoin Foundation is dedicated to improving Terracoin by making it a secure, innovative, fast, decentralized alternative to fiat currencies. We will do this by implementing cutting edge technology developed by our own team and developed by others.
We want Terracoin to be a cryptocoin that is easily accessible and accountable to everyone on the planet regardless of their income or computing power. We also want to use Terracoin to help improve the planet.
To start this will include having a scaled masternode collateral model, decentralized governance, easy to use guides, instant transactions, robust support, and donations to not for profit organizations.
In the future there will be many changes to Terracoin because as the world and currencies change, Terracoin will change with it.
Always innovating.
Always improving.
Terracoin.
The World.
Now for the numbers!
Let’s look at our current donations. These donations are for attracting developers to join the team. SixofFive is working hard on the code, but the more people who work on the code the better. The donations will be split between all of the developers depending on the work they put in. Once decentralize governance is approved everyone will be paid by the time they put in, which is reflected by the first proposal I will submit. (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1364146.msg18845810#msg18845810)
Terracoin Donations
32,258.09725820 TRC Bitcoin Donations
.17194391 BTC
Thank you everyone for the donations and please donate to help get decentralized governance implemented.
And now for the fun numbers.
30 days ago we were at 0.00000789 BTC (.0089 USD) and today we are at 0.00001269 BTC (.0182 USD.) In the past 7 days we have gone over the 2 cent price many times. We are ranked 245 on coinmarketcap with a market cap of $368,098 USD. Last week our market cap was $342,366 USD. Source: http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/terracoin/
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A brief overview of the coins featured in the /r/cryptocurrency sidebar

I just noticed that the sidebar listing "Cryptocurrency Subreddits" seems to be kind of a hodgepodge of new and old, live and dead coins. So, I thought I'd click through and give a brief report on what manages to get free advertising:
/Aeon Last post 2 days ago. 372 subscribers. The infamous americanpegasus is a mod there.
/Anoncoin Last post 1 month ago. 322 subscribers. Seems pretty dead, and they're CSS is so broken I don't think I could even subscribe if I wanted to, which is a shame because I know they just released a major upgrade and have plans for the future.
/btc Last post 17 min ago. 16666 subscribers. The "Ver"itable alternative to the realm of the iron-fisted thermos and company.
/Bitcoin Last post 10 min ago. 177894 subscribers. A bit less active now, since the whole rule-with-an-iron-fist dictate from lord thermos, but still the king of crypto subreddits.
/BitcoinXT Last post 9 hours ago. 13647 subscribers. This one really took off during the initial push to fork to XT and the thermos banning spree and long dictates, but it's died down quite a bit, and I would say has been largely supplanted by /btc.
/burstcoin Last post 27 days ago. 115 subscribers. Pretty dead. BURST has a decent community on bitcointalk that is still fairly active, I guess they just don't reddit much.
/Blackcoin Last post 17 hours ago. 6323 subscribers. Seems not too active, but not dead. I don't know much about Blackcoin, not a big fan of PoS.
/CryptogenicBullion Last post 1 year ago. 290 subscribers. This is the first one that I would say is totally dead. Dead, dead, dead. Even one of the posts from a year ago is titled "CGB dead???"
/Devcoin Last post 7 months ago. 202 readers. Also seems pretty dead, which is a bit sad, as devcoin was probably the first coin to launch with a goal of funding decentralized development, which is quite the hot topic lately. Also, I like their devtome site listing fast/insta/ninja/pre mines
/Digibyte Last post 3 days ago. 2074 subscribers. Seems decently active, though not much discussion going on in the comments.
/digitalcoin Last post 2 months ago. 464 subscribers. Seems pretty dead. I wouldn't say completely dead...but pretty dead.
/Dogecoin Last post 52 min ago. 77467 subscribers. Wow! Many subscribers! Such posts! Much tipping!
/dashpay Last post 5 hours ago. 1800 subscribers. Seems pretty active. Not much discussion. Might expect a bit more from such a high marketcap coin...or not.
/ethereum Last post 23 min ago. 13886 readers. Lots of activity, posts and discussion.
/ethtrader Last post 29 min ago. 5096 readers. The only trading subreddit to make it on the list, not even /BitcoinMarkets got on there, but the ETH traders managed to get on there somehow.
/FeatherCOin Last post 10 days ago. 3469 subscribers. Some posts popped up when price started pumping a few weeks ago. Not much discussion going on, but not dead either.
/flappycoin Last post 3 months ago. 502 subscribers. Seems pretty dead for last six months at least.
/gridcoin Last post 4 hours ago. 1105 subscribers. Seems like a pretty active community. Not huge, but at least a couple comments on almost all posts, so not just link spam.
/litecoin Last post 3 hours ago. 21976 subscribers. Not the gold standard, but let's give them the silver medal for participation.
/maidsafe Last post 9 hours ago. 1336 subscribers. They just need one more subscriber to make it to 1337 level.
/mazacoin Last post 25 days ago. 319 subscribers. Seems pretty dormant, not dead, but not really active.
/maxcoin Last post 3 months ago. 543 subscribers. I would lean towards dead, or at least on its death bed.
/megacoin Last post 7 months ago. 377 subscribers. Pretty much dead.
/MintCoin Last post 14 days ago. 1320 subscribers. Seems like decent little community, some posts with quite a bit of discussion in them.
/Monero Last post 4 hours ago. 3427 subscribers. Quite a bit of activity, with some discussion on almost all of the posts.
/mooncoin Last post 8 months ago. 639 readers. Seems pretty dead, guess they didn't make it to the moon...
/myriadcoin Last post 15 days ago. 781 subscribers. Pretty small community, but decent discussion on a lot of posts. Full disclosure, I'm a mod on /myriadcoin.
/Namecoin Last post 1 day ago. 2471 subscribers. Quite a bit of activity and some discussion going on. To be honest, I didn't expect to see much going on here.
/NobleCoin Last post 7 months ago. 239 subscribers. They died for a noble cause...I guess.
/NuBits Last post 1 day ago. 436 subscribers. Seems decently active, with some discussion on some threads.
/NXT Last post 1 day ago. 1283 subscribers. Decent amount of posts, but not much discussion in most of the threads.
/nyancoins Last post 3 days ago. 824 subscribers. coinaday's home turf (he's also a mod at /CryptoCurrency). Not a huge amount of posts, but some good discussion in a lot of them.
/Lisk Last post 7 hours ago. 1300 subscribers. Pretty good activity and discussion seems to be happening here.
/peercoin Last post 22 hours ago. 3150 subscribers. Decent amount of posting, but doesn't seem like a lot of discussion among peers here.
/primecoin Last post 27 days ago. 1437 subscribers. Not a lot of commenting or posting happening in prime time, or any other time, here.
/QuarkCoin Last post 1 month ago. 1645 subscribers. Not much activity or discussion lately, but still seems alive I would say.
/reddCoin Last post 1 day ago. 22447 subscribers. Not much activity based on how many subscribers they have, but without looking at that number seems like a decent amount of posts and comments happening.
/ripplers Last post 4 days ago. 1154 subscribers. It's not dead (got nothing good to say about this 100% premined corporate token).
/Stealthcoin Last post 6 months ago. 221 subscribers. Seems pretty dead, unless they're being extremely stealthy with their activity, or something.
/TaCoCoin Last post 1 month ago. 314 subscribers. Not totally dead, I guess, but why? Why tacos? Whhhyyyyyy? Now I want some al pastor.
/Terracoin Last post 3 hours ago. 408 subscribers. Not much discussion at all, but decent amount of posting going on.
/TheRealPandacoin Last post 2 years ago. 341 subscribers. There's literally only one post and one comment in this whole sub. Why the fuck is this shit on here?
/TopCoin Last post 4 months ago. 239 subscribers. Seems quite dead, last post with any comments is a year ago.
/vertcoin Last post 1 day ago. 4183 subscribers. Not much activity for as many subscribers as they have, but still a decent amount of posts being posted, and some discussion happening on almost all of them.
Whew! That took longer than I expected. Not as many dead ones as I thought there would be either. After clicking through all of them, my recommendations would be:
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1st BTC/Altcoin Mining Guide, Feedback Welcome!

When I decided to write this guide, I was throwing cryptocurrencies around like they were nothing. I was foolish in the fact that I disregarded the exchange fees that are attached with the services that those exchanges provided. I'm in by no means a cryptocurrency genius, and I'm still not extremely seasoned at it, but I've learned enough about cryptocurrencies in the past month that I feel confident to pass on the knowledge I have learned and to help those who are overwhelmed on where to start.
So what exactly is a cryptocurrency? According to technopedia (n.d.) a Cryptocurrency is a type of digital currency that is based on cryptography. Cryptocurrency uses cryptography for security, making it difficult to counterfeit. Public and private keys are often used to transfer the currency from one person to another.
When mining cryptocurrencies, one important concept needs to be established, and that's hash rate. Hash rate is simply a unit of measurement of processing power. The more your hash rate is, the more profitable mining becomes.
This guide uses specific sites and software, chosen by myself, as a great springboard into the cryptocurrency world. These sites and software are extremely flexible, easy to use, and integrate very well together. The mining pools I've chosen are multiple currency pools, designed to consolidate a major of the cryptocurrencies together, and instead of using several mining pools, you use three.
These are the things you'll need to get started: MultiMiner
Accounts at Coinotron, The Mining Pool Co., and BitMinter
Accounts at Cryptsy and Coinbase
There are a few different ways to mine for cryptocurrencies, the common of which are using your Central Processing Unit (CPU), Graphics Processing Unit (GPU), and Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC) devices. CPU based mining is not profitable any longer, and will cost you money in the end by increasing electricity costs. GPU based mining is still popular, but losing steam against ASIC based mining. If you choose to use your GPU for mining, AMD/ATI based graphics cards (especially the Radeon HD 79xx series of cards), are the most efficient. If you have an nVidia based graphics card, I'm sorry. You can still mine on nVidia cards, but your hash rates are going to be much slower when compared to their AMD/ATI counterparts. If you chose to use GPU mining, Black Friday or Cyber Monday are you best bets for upgrading your equipment. ASIC based mining is quickly losing value with the changing difficulty on all networks, but it's the most cost effective way to increase your hash rate, and see a positive return on any equipment purchases. If my math is correct, using the methods in this guide, in order for any ASIC device to yield a positive cash flow, you've got to get a device that has at least a 5Gh/s rate (such as the Butterfly Labs Jalapeno).
Now for the fun part, explaining how everything in this well greased machine is going to work. Patience plays a big part in the cryptocurrency world, and when I first started, I had none. I was so eager to see the amount of Bitcoin go up, regardless of how much I was getting penalized in fees from trading. So, that's the first step on your journey. PATIENCE. I CANNOT emphasize this enough. Sometimes, you've just got to hurry up and wait, the effects of waiting things out on the cryptocurrency market WILL PAY OFF.
Step one of this machine is signing up for all three pools (BitMinter, Coinotron, and Mining Pool Co.). This is so that you can actually get server addresses to plug into MultiMiner, after signing up for these services though, you've still got a ways to go.
Step two is sign up for Cryptsy. I chose Cryptsy because of the features they're going to offer at a later time, as well as support for 60 cryptocurrencies (which covers all but one of which we can mine). When your Cryptsy account is setup, you will need to go into the Balances portion of Cryptsy, and find all of the currencies in which you will be mining from the pools. Once Balances are loaded up, you will need to click on the Actions button next to the currency, and click Deposit / Autosell, and then Generate Address. There's a small clipboard near the address it generated, and that will copy the address for pasting in the mining pool websites. You will want to copy, and paste all of them to a text document, along with which currency it belongs to. Not only does this keep you from juggling back and forth trying to figure out things, but it helps for reference and setting up MultiMiner.
Once you have those accounts setup, you'll want to sign up for Coinbase. A WORD OF WARNING FOR THOSE WHO ARE PARANOID... Coinbase will want to link to a bank account, this is mandatory if you want to trade your currencies for cash. If you want to trade currencies, just for the sake of trading, then you can skip Coinbase altogether. You can transfer your Bitcoins from Cryptsy straight into Coinbase, and then sell the Bitcoins from Coinbase, and straight into your designated bank account.
MultiMiner, oh how amazing you are. For every cryptocurrency available in all pools, you will need to add these coins, along with server addresses, log-ins and passwords. To do so, click on the drop down next to the Settings button, and click Coins. From there, click on Add Coin, and choose each coin from a pool. This will list it in the box to the left, and give you the ability to add information on the right. You can add multiple servers as well, in case the current server you're mining on goes down. After all your coins are setup, you'll need to setup your Strategies. Click the drop down next to Settings, and chose Strategies. Check the Enable Strategies check box, choosing Straight Profitability from the drop down, and checking the Strategy every five minutes (that way you're not losing money by mining something that has dropped in price). This aggressive price checking makes it to where you're always on top with whatever you're mining. Also make sure you have Mine the Single Most Profitable Coin selected. Stick with CoinChoose as your price source (under Settings), as CoinWarz charges for there services beyond a certain point. Click Start, and take a vacation.
Reading the charts on Cryptsy can be a little tricky, and scary if you've never saw those types of graphs before. Those graphs are called Candlestick Charts, and are used primarily in the stock market. I won't go in to great detail on this, however, you can find a nice cheat sheet on the subject here.
I hope everyone enjoyed the guide, sorry for being punctual and brief, but there isn't anything too elaborate of complicated about searching for cryptocurrencies. I love mining as a hobby, mining's fun, and if there is any money to be made off of mining from my end, great, if not, I had fun mining.
While compiling a spreadsheet of the minable currencies in this guide, if everything is set up correctly (and assuming servers aren't down), you should be able to mine the following:
And while Mining Pool Co. offers ASICcoin and Unobtainium, ASICcoin isn't supported in MultiMiner, and Unobtanium isn't supported in Cryptsy. I still mine for Unobtanium in hopes that Cryptsy will include it one day.
References
Cryptocurrency. (n.d.). In technopedia. Retrieved from http://www.technopedia.com/
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Maxcoin Fundamentals -- Concept of Difficulty, Difficulty Retargeting & The Kimoto Gravity Well

Dear friends.
Below a full article that explains what the Kimoto Gravity Well is and the mathematics involved.
TL;DR -- "Difficulty is a measure of how difficult it is to find a new block compared to the easiest it can ever be. Originally its calculated by averaging the time it took to mine blocks during a 2 week period. Due to the influx of ASIC miners and "pool-hopping", mining difficulty can fluctuate dangerously killing or seriously harming the coin (It happened to Terracoin, Frathercoin, Megacoin and Anoncoin). KWG means that difficulty is adjusted after every single block that is mined on the network. It also determines the number of blocks which contribute to the evaluation of the new difficulty. It gives fewer blocks for high hashrate changes and is therefore more adaptive."
What Is a Mining Difficulty Readjustment Algorithm, Anyway?
To understand what the Gravity Well algorithm is and what it does, you first need to understand what a "mining difficulty readjustment algorithm" is and why is it important for all current cryptocurrencies based off of the original Bitcoin source code. First, let's pull a few important definitions from the Bitcoin wiki:
Difficulty
Difficulty is a measure of how difficult it is to find a new block compared to the easiest it can ever be.
Difficulty Readjustment (for Bitcoin)
The difficulty is adjusted every 2016 blocks based on the time it took to find the previous 2016 blocks. At the desired rate of one block each 10 minutes, 2016 blocks would take exactly two weeks to find. If the previous 2016 blocks took more than two weeks to find, the difficulty is reduced. If they took less than two weeks, the difficulty is increased. The change in difficulty is in proportion to the amount of time over or under two weeks the previous 2016 blocks took to find.
So basically, the "difficulty" of a coin determines how hard it is for miners to find and mint blocks of that coin. The more miners there are mining a coin, the faster blocks will be found and at the end of this difficulty readjustment period (approximately every two weeks for Bitcoin), the difficulty will change accordingly so that the number of coins minted will follow the intended distribution curve. This has worked well for Bitcoin (so far) because of it's extremely slow adoption rate in the early days and now because of the sheer number of miners on the network. However, this method of difficulty readjustment is flawed for new altcoins entering the market today for a number of reasons which I will discuss below.
The History of the Gravity Well Mining Difficulty Readjustment Algorithm
When some alternative crypto's like Megacoin were first launched, they used a more traditional difficulty readjustment algorithm based off of Bitcoin's original proposal. In the case of Megacoin, the difficulty was set to retarget every 22.5 minutes based on the same algorithm as Bitcoin, however, the developers later modified the source code to implement Kimoto Gravity retargetting because, by this time, some SHA-256 coins had already felt the pain of difficulty readjustment problems due to the influx of ASIC miners and an activity known as "pool-hopping".
If you are familiar with cryptocurrency mining at all, you may already know that in most cases, solo mining is usually impossible without extremely powerful hardware due to the large number of people now aware of cryptocurrencies and willing to mine for them. Most miners mine through pools, which provide proportional payouts of coins based on the amount of hashing power you provide to the network. This mitigates some of the risk of mining in that you receive a steady stream of coins based on your network hashing rate, so even small-time miners can still earn their share of the pie. However, as pool mining became more popular and more altcoins arrived on the market, services known as "multipools" began to appear. These were special pools that allowed miners to automatically switch to the "most profitable" coin to mine based on the current exchange rates. However, these new multipools introduced some new problems to the cryptocurrency landscape, one of those being major difficulty readjustment woes.
As some altcoins began to rise in price several months after its inception, it started to become a target for these multipools. What happens when this occurs is that suddenly the You-Name-It-Coin network gets barraged by an influx of new (and very powerful) miners. This causes the block confirmation time to plummet and subsequently causes the difficulty to skyrocket at the next difficulty readjustment. When this occurs, the mining profitability also drops due to the higher difficulty which then in turn causes all of the multipool miners to leave the network in search of the next most profitable coin. What remains is an extremely high difficulty and only the "core" group of a certain altocin's miners left to deal with the aftermath. In extreme cases, the difficulty may be so high in proportion to the number of miners left that the entire network grinds to a halt. This has happened in the past to Terracoin and Feathercoin, among others. The only solution if this occurs is to hard fork the coin in an attempt to readjust the difficulty (or change the difficulty readjustment algorithm) or simply grind out the mining at an extremely slow pace (during which time the coin is basically unusable) until enough blocks are found to make it to the next difficulty readjustment. The more blocks required until the next difficulty readjustment, the longer this period of unusability will be, and in some cases could mean the death of the coin completely unless drastic measures are taken.
When this happened to Megacoin for example, Kimoto decided to come up with a better way to perform difficulty readjustment, and the result is the Kimoto Gravity Well (which is now also used as the difficulty readjustment algorithm for Megacoin, Maxcoin, Anoncoin among others).
Gravity Well: Explained
Now that you know how the Gravity Well came to be, let's take a look at what exactly it does and how it works. At the most basic level, Kimoto has changed how difficulty readjustment works so that the difficulty is adjusted after every single block that is mined on the network.
The formula for the Kimoto Gravity Well (KGW) is the following
KGW = 1 + (0.7084 * (PastBlocksMass/144)-1.228)
The goal is to have a more adaptive way of adjusting the difficulty instead of just averaging the last 2016 blocks like bitcoin. This is needed because of multipools which might switch the coin they are mining, and a sudden change in hashrate can occur (both increasing or decreasing). Especially when a multipool switches away you get stuck too long with a too high difficulty.
The algo loops backwards through the blocks, starting from the current one. The PastBlocksMass is just the number of blocks, so it starts at one and increases in each loop.
In each loop an adjustment factor is computed, which is the target block time divided by the actual block time, in a cumulative fashion, so at loop 10 we would have the 25 minutes target time divided by the time it actually took to compute the last ten blocks. When the hashrate increases, we get shorter times and an adjustment factor greater than one and vice versa.
The loop ends whenever the average adjustment factor is larger than the kimoto-value, or smaller than 1/kimoto-value.
Summary: the Kimoto gravity well algo has a fancy name and determines the number of blocks which contribute to the evaluation of the new difficulty. It gives fewer blocks for high hashrate changes and is therefore more adaptive.
More details on the math's involved and a practical example can be found here :: https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/21730/how-does-the-kimoto-gravity-well-regulate-difficulty
NOTE:: The two original post that inspired this article were focused solely on Megacoin. I made some small modifications to them so the post can be applied to any cryptocurrency on the market. Below the references.
Original Post 1 (History & Background) --- https://forum.megacoin.co.nz/index.php?topic=893.0
Oroginal Post 2 (Mathematics & practical example) -- https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/21730/how-does-the-kimoto-gravity-well-regulate-difficulty
Original Release note of the Kimoto Gravity Well -- https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=240861.msg3040291#msg3040291
We have to know very well the fundamentals of what we love.
Have a great day
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Megacoins explanation of Kimoto Gravity Well

The Newbie's Guide to the Kimoto Gravity Well
Many of you may have heard of Kimoto's Gravity Well and that it is supposedly a major part of what makes Megacoin unique from other cryptocurrencies. However, many of you may also not know what exactly it is and what makes it so special. If that is the case, then this guide is for you.
What Is a Mining Difficulty Readjustment Algorithm, Anyway? To understand what the Gravity Well algorithm is and what it does, you first need to understand what a "mining difficulty readjustment algorithm" is and why is it important for all current cryptocurrencies based off of the original Bitcoin source code. First, let's pull a few important definitions from the Bitcoin wiki:
Difficulty Difficulty is a measure of how difficult it is to find a new block compared to the easiest it can ever be.
Difficulty Readjustment (for Bitcoin) The difficulty is adjusted every 2016 blocks based on the time it took to find the previous 2016 blocks. At the desired rate of one block each 10 minutes, 2016 blocks would take exactly two weeks to find. If the previous 2016 blocks took more than two weeks to find, the difficulty is reduced. If they took less than two weeks, the difficulty is increased. The change in difficulty is in proportion to the amount of time over or under two weeks the previous 2016 blocks took to find.
So basically, the "difficulty" of a coin determines how hard it is for miners to find and mint blocks of that coin. The more miners there are mining a coin, the faster blocks will be found and at the end of this difficulty readjustment period (approximately every two weeks for Bitcoin), the difficulty will change accordingly so that the number of coins minted will follow the intended distribution curve. This has worked well for Bitcoin (so far) because of it's extremely slow adoption rate in the early days and now because of the sheer number of miners on the network. However, this method of difficulty readjustment is flawed for new altcoins entering the market today for a number of reasons which I will discuss below.
The History of the Gravity Well Mining Difficulty Readjustment Algorithm When Megacoin first launched, it used a more traditional difficulty readjustment algorithm based off of Bitcoin's original proposal. (Author's note: I have forgotten what the original implementation was for Megacoin, but if anyone knows the details please let me know so I can put that here for perspective and history's sake.) By this time, some SHA-256 coins had already felt the pain of difficulty readjustment problems due to the influx of ASIC miners and an activity known as "pool-hopping".
If you are familiar with cryptocurrency mining at all, you may already know that in most cases, solo mining is usually impossible without extremely powerful hardware due to the large number of people now aware of cryptocurrencies and willing to mine for them. Most miners mine through pools, which provide proportional payouts of coins based on the amount of hashing power you provide to the network. This mitigates some of the risk of mining in that you receive a steady stream of coins based on your network hashing rate, so even small-time miners can still earn their share of the pie. However, as pool mining became more popular and more altcoins arrived on the market, services known as "multipools" began to appear. These were special pools that allowed miners to automatically switch to the "most profitable" coin to mine based on the current exchange rates. However, these new multipools introduced some new problems to the cryptocurrency landscape, one of those being major difficulty readjustment woes.
As Megacoin began to rise in price several months after its inception, it started to become a target for these multipools. What happens when this occurs is that suddenly the Megacoin network gets barraged by an influx of new (and very powerful) miners. This causes the block confirmation time to plummet and subsequently causes the difficulty to skyrocket at the next difficulty readjustment. When this occurs, the mining profitability also drops due to the higher difficulty which then in turn causes all of the multipool miners to leave the network in search of the next most profitable coin. What remains is an extremely high difficulty and only the "core" group of Megacoin miners left to deal with the aftermath. In extreme cases, the difficulty may be so high in proportion to the number of miners left that the entire network grinds to a halt. This has happened in the past to Terracoin and Feathercoin, among others. The only solution if this occurs is to hard fork the coin in an attempt to readjust the difficulty (or change the difficulty readjustment algorithm) or simply grind out the mining at an extremely slow pace (during which time the coin is basically unusable) until enough blocks are found to make it to the next difficulty readjustment. The more blocks required until the next difficulty readjustment, the longer this period of unusability will be, and in some cases could mean the death of the coin completely unless drastic measures are taken.
When this happened to Megacoin, Kimoto decided to come up with a better way to perform difficulty readjustment, and the result is the Kimoto Gravity Well (which is now also used as the difficulty readjustment algorithm for Anoncoin as well after it met a similar fate as that described above). And thus, we have the Megacoin we know and love today. Next I will discuss what exactly the Gravity Well does and how it works to keep mining stable and fair for all Megacoin miners and users.
Gravity Well: Explained Now that you know how the Gravity Well came to be, let's take a look at what exactly it does and how it works. At the most basic level, Kimoto has changed how difficulty readjustment works so that the difficulty is adjusted after every single block that is mined on the network. I'm not 100% sure about the exact mathematics behind the calculations, but so far since its introduction on the network the difficulty has adjusted smoothly and flawlessly no matter how many miners there are on the network and even throughout the huge price (and subsequent mining hash rate) increase we have seen over the past couple of weeks. This keeps mining fair and secure for all miners and users of the coin, and prevents the rampant multipool abuse that was (and still is) common with most all other altcoins out on the market today. This is even more important to consider when one day ASIC miners are developed for Scrypt coins and a small number of miners will suddenly have access to extremely powerful mining hardware. If and when this occurs, a malicious (or simply greedy) miner can simply point his or her ASIC miner at any Scrypt-based coin and cripple it because of the extreme difficulty fluctuation this will cause. (This is actually what happened with Terracoin after SHA-256 ASICS began to flood the market.) Megacoin, however, will be safe from this type of malicious mining behavior due to the smooth difficulty readjustment that Kimoto's Gravity Well provides.
Hopefully this will act as a guide for new investors to Megacoin who may have heard about Gravity Well but are not quite sure what it means or what it even is. If any of you have anything else to add to this, please post! Information is power. :)
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Should Feathercoin, Primecoin, Novacoin, & Terracoin be included? [Three Hares Bazaar]

It should be noted we do not handle any of the transactions regardless of payment method. We supply links to trusted escrows and agents, but we do not have any interaction with your funds at any point, and funds cannot be stored on our site.
Each vendor product will already feature the respective price in Bitcoins, Litecoins, Namecoins, and Peercoins. However, our API source provides us with support for Feathercoins, Primecoins, Novacoins, and Terracoins. Our question is should we include these as prices in vendor stores? We could include it in a form similar to our vendor badges, where they are small icons and values, or we could use a dynamic list box so that only one currency value shows at any given time, but users can click on the drop down and see the live price in each currency.
Either way we need to know if the community wants these enough to consider keeping it. we already have it integrated just didn't know how the community would react, so we're just going to ask first instead of wasting time building a function nobody may want.
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[WTS] Antminer U2s (2.0GHs) - $20 each

Uncle Bubs is selling three Antminer U2s. These are USB sticks that mine sha256 currencies at 2.0GHs (manufacturer recommended, although I run them at 2.2GHs with no problem), using almost no power (2 watts). Included when you buy from me is a quick start kit, including BFGminer preconfigured to work with your Antminer, the device drivers, and a tutorial on how to start mining. All of my miners have been tested to verify they work and overclock properly.
Antminers can be seen on Amazon here for $27.50; I’m selling mine for $20 plus $1.99 shipping, or free shipping if you buy all three. The price is the Coinbase price in USD at the time of sale. Ships to the United States only.
Uncle Bubs accepts Bitcoin as payment; contact me at [email protected].
Or, if you’re more comfortable with credit card transactions, you can buy them at my Ebay auction. Note that, while you may see some on Ebay for around $14, those are auctions. Having tried and failed many times to buy something from an Ebay auction only to be outbid at the last second (literally the last second), I only use “Buy it Now” now.
Antminers will mine any sha256 currency, including (but not limited to):
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Should Feathercoin, Primecoin, Novacoin, & Terracoin be included? [Three Hares Bazaar]

It should be noted we do not handle any of the transactions regardless of payment method. We supply links to trusted escrows and agents, but we do not have any interaction with your funds at any point, and funds cannot be stored on our site.
Each vendor product will already feature the respective price in Bitcoins, Litecoins, Namecoins, and Peercoins. However, our API source provides us with support for Feathercoins, Primecoins, Novacoins, and Terracoins. Our question is should we include these as prices in vendor stores? We could include it in a form similar to our vendor badges, where they are small icons and values, or we could use a dynamic list box so that only one currency value shows at any given time, but users can click on the drop down and see the live price in each currency.
Either way we need to know if the community wants these enough to consider keeping it. we already have it integrated just didn't know how the community would react, so we're just going to ask first instead of wasting time building a function nobody may want.
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Should Feathercoin, Primecoin, Novacoin, & Terracoin be included? [Three Hares Bazaar]

It should be noted we do not handle any of the transactions regardless of payment method. We supply links to trusted escrows and agents, but we do not have any interaction with your funds at any point, and funds cannot be stored on our site.
Each vendor product will already feature the respective price in Bitcoins, Litecoins, Namecoins, and Peercoins. However, our API source provides us with support for Feathercoins, Primecoins, Novacoins, and Terracoins. Our question is should we include these as prices in vendor stores? We could include it in a form similar to our vendor badges, where they are small icons and values, or we could use a dynamic list box so that only one currency value shows at any given time, but users can click on the drop down and see the live price in each currency.
Either way we need to know if the community wants these enough to consider keeping it. we already have it integrated just didn't know how the community would react, so we're just going to ask first instead of wasting time building a function nobody may want.
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Mining Bitcoin/Terracoin with 1TH+ ASIC Hashpower Bitcoin ($BTC) Price Analysis - Bears in Charge? BITCOIN PRICE PLUMMETS IN MINUTES!  WHAT IS NEXT FOR BTC? TicrThing: your dedicated bitcoin price ticker Terracoin (TRC) Price Alert, Chart & News on BitScreener.com

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