Graphic of Feathercoin coin price. Dynamics of costs FTC ...

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#B1P #APP support the following coins: Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Dash, Pivx, Digibyte, Ravencoin, Feathercoin, Bitcoin ONE, Bitcoin Turbo Koin, ReddCoin & Peercoin

#B1P #APP support the following coins: Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Dash, Pivx, Digibyte, Ravencoin, Feathercoin, Bitcoin ONE, Bitcoin Turbo Koin, ReddCoin & Peercoin.
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#B1P #APP support the following coins: Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Dash, Pivx, Digibyte, Ravencoin, Feathercoin, Bitcoin ONE, Bitcoin Turbo Koin, ReddCoin & Peercoin.
There's an infopage with info about each coin and link to social and exchanges.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.b_one_payment.wallet
- Easy to store crypto
- Easy to use
- crypto app on the go

#ieo #ico #crypto #cryptocurrency #blockchain #bitcoin #ethereum #btc #eth #altcoins #cryptonews
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B1P #APP support the following coins: Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Dash, Pivx, Digibyte, Ravencoin, Feathercoin, Bitcoin ONE, Bitcoin Turbo Koin, ReddCoin & Peercoin.

There's an infopage with info about each coin and link to social and exchanges.
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Well-known Projects That Have Been 51% Attacked

I find it interesting many of these projects persist in maintaining market-cap above much more secure projects. Goes to show either sheer ignorance and/or majority of buys are pure speculation by those taking no interest in actually using these blockchains, or insiders somehow propping up the prices.
Please list any that I've missed.
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B1P APP

#B1P #APP support the following coins: Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Dash, Pivx, Digibyte, Ravencoin, Feathercoin, Bitcoin ONE, Bitcoin Turbo Koin, ReddCoin & Peercoin.
There's an infopage with info about each coin and link to social and exchanges.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.b_one_payment.wallet

- Easy to store crypto
- Easy to use
- crypto app on the go

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#B1P #APP support the following coins: Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Dash, Pivx, Digibyte, Ravencoin, Feathercoin, Bitcoin ONE, Bitcoin Turbo Koin, ReddCoin & Peercoin.
There's an infopage with info about each coin and link to social and exchanges.
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- Easy to store crypto
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- crypto app on the go

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#B1P #APP support the following coins: Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Dash, Pivx, Digibyte, Ravencoin, Feathercoin, Bitcoin ONE, Bitcoin Turbo Koin, ReddCoin & Peercoin

#B1P #APP support the following coins: Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Dash, Pivx, Digibyte, Ravencoin, Feathercoin, Bitcoin ONE, Bitcoin Turbo Koin, ReddCoin & Peercoin.
There's an infopage with info about each coin and link to social and exchanges.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.b_one_payment.wallet
- Easy to store crypto
- Easy to use
- crypto app on the go

#ieo #ico #crypto #cryptocurrency #blockchain #bitcoin #ethereum #btc #eth #altcoins #cryptonews
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B ONE PAYMENT

#B1P #APP support the following coins: Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Dash, Pivx, Digibyte, Ravencoin, Feathercoin, Bitcoin ONE, Bitcoin Turbo Koin, ReddCoin & Peercoin.
There's an infopage with info about each coin and link to social and exchanges.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.b_one_payment.wallet
- Easy to store crypto
- Easy to use
- crypto app on the go

#ieo #ico #crypto #cryptocurrency #blockchain #bitcoin #ethereum #btc #eth #altcoins #cryptonews
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B ONE PAYMENT

#B1P #APP support the following coins: Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin, Dash, Pivx, Digibyte, Ravencoin, Feathercoin, Bitcoin ONE, Bitcoin Turbo Koin, ReddCoin & Peercoin.
There's an infopage with info about each coin and link to social and exchanges.
You can download it here 👇
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.b_one_payment.wallet

- Easy to store crypto
- Easy to use
- crypto app on the go

#ieo #ico #crypto #cryptocurrency #blockchain #bitcoin #ethereum #btc #eth #altcoins #cryptonews
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A way for litecoin to differentiate itself

The blockchain currently has the problem of constantly needing to get bigger and bigger with each round, and every transaction. This will only get worse as the currency (hopefully) gets more popular - unless more off-chain transactions become the norm - either way, the blockchain currently is designed to just grow and grow indefinitely.
Why couldn't the litecoin protocol be changed that say every 500,000 (or less or whatever) blocks, there is a round where all the previous transactions are summed up and the values are stored in that block as initial values - this could be done by voting, and could be verified in the same way as each successive round has transactions verified - essentially the block would be a "Address1 sent Address1 the full value of coin it currently has" transaction for each address that has transactions in. Granted, this block may be massive, but it could be "marked" in some way as being a key block (like key frames in video), meaning that miners could choose to download the entire blockchain, or start from the last key block and work up.
It wouldn't require central servers, if it was built into the protocol, and would mean that there would ultimately be no reason to have to make the blockchain get to any massive proportion. They could always be rechecked if absolutely required by simply re-running the sums again to verify that the transactions are correct.
In so doing, litecoin could "one up" bitcoin in having a smaller size for the blockchain, that utilises the same democratic voting lottery, but to re-initialise "key" blocks.
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10 obscure altcoins that merit a closer look by investors, with descriptions and reasoning for each

Disclaimer: I own varying small amounts of the currencies listed below, and as such it’s in my interest to see them gain in popularity. Keeping that in mind, you should examine these with a critical eye and decide for yourself whether they are good investments for you. If you disagree with my rationale for liking a particular currency, please say so and include your reasons. Likewise, if you think there are other obscure currencies I haven’t mentioned that also deserve consideration, please post them here. Please, no tokens in this discussion thread – currencies only.
At some point I got bored with hodling ether, and decided to dig deeper into altcoins in hopes of finding greater returns. My thinking is that if I can find a few promising projects that are on the verge of growth – not necessarily world domination, but just growth – and catch them early enough, I stand a greater chance of finding one that is going to grow 2x, 10x, or more. I figured, what the hell, I’ll put $10 on a bunch of long shots. If one fails then I lose $10, but if it succeeds and the price goes from $0.002 to $0.12 then I will achieve a 60x return on my initial investment.
With that goal in mind, over the past week I took a deep dive into the 800+ currencies that are ranked by market cap at http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/views/all/ . I ignored the top 25 and kept digging deeper, mostly looking at those ranked 150 and higher. In evaluating each currency I used their market cap rank as a proxy for popularity. My thinking is that the list is not necessarily ordered correctly according to each project’s potential (because market knowledge isn't perfect). There are dead projects in the top 100 and more promising ones in the mid-300’s. I am looking to help reorder the list by investing in coins that are at, for example, rank 287 but deserve to be at 137 based on their fundamentals.
None of the currencies I found are on the verge of becoming the next Ethereum-killer. Again, I’m not looking for coins that will achieve world domination. I’m just looking for ones that deserve to be higher in the rankings than they are, so I can invest in them very early before others start to recognize their potential. They should have at least one fundamental quality that gives them a glimmer of promise for growth.
With all that out of the way, here are some of the obscure currencies I came to like, listed in order of their current market cap ranking (i.e. from least to most obscure):
GULDEN (currently #77)
Site: https://gulden.com/
Profile: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/gulden/
Reason: Gulden is a project based in the Netherlands that is focusing on user experience with a great level of attention to detail (including the intial sync time and onboarding experience). They are trying to make their apps very intuitive and easy for the average user. They have a large concentration of users in the Netherlands, dozens of Dutch merchants who already accept the currency, a strategic relationship with payment processor Nocks.co, and a program to airdrop starter currency to all Dutch citizens. They are starting to catch on in neighboring countries, and given their ease of use it’s possible they could end up becoming the WhatsApp of money transfer in Western Europe.
All of those things are promising but not earth-shattering by themselves. Here’s another reason I’m bullish on Gulden: they are one of only a handful of currencies that can be exchanged directly for fiat. One of the reasons that Bitcoin is so big is that it is the main on-ramp to the crypto world for most people. Gulden makes it easy too - you can purchase it from their home page using Euros. If Bitcoin becomes difficult to use around August 1, or if exchanges continue to be slow at verifying new accounts, I can see Gulden catching on among Europeans as a fast, easy way to initially convert fiat to crypto form.
VERTCOIN (currently #109)
Site: http://vertcoin.org/
Profile: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/vertcoin/
Reason: Like many currencies, Vertcoin is a direct fork of Bitcoin. The Vertcoin founders wanted to make it ASIC-resistant so it would remain more decentralized. I first discovered it in 2014 and was impressed by it then. Since then, it has been chugging along reliably, and the dev team has added stealth addresses, SegWit, and Lightning network. It’s arguably a better Bitcoin than Bitcoin at this point. I think of it as part of a family that consists of BTC, LTC, and VTC. Vertcoin is the lesser known cousin, but I think it’s about to become much more visible because cross-chain atomic swaps with Litecoin will soon be possible. The code is already done on the Vertcoin side and at this point is just waiting on Litecoin to reach that step in their roadmap. Surely with all these things going for it, Vertcoin will end up in the top 100.
FEATHERCOIN (currently #134)
Site: http://feathercoin.com/
Profile: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/feathercoin/
Reason: Another Bitcoin fork that uses a different algorithm. Has a decent infrastructure around it, and an active user base. Seems to have longevity as it’s been around since 2013. I can’t speak to whether the algorithm changes offer any long-term advantages over Bitcoin. All in all it seemed solid enough to drop $10 on. I’ll park it and check back in a few years.
RISE (currently #193)
Site: https://rise.vision/
Profile: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/rise/
Reason: Rise was launched in 2016 to much fanfare, with promise of GUI-based Dapp development tools (i.e. drag & drop dapps for end users) and well-documented SDKs for all of the popular programming languages (Ruby, Node, Python, etc.) plus a bunch of other goodies. It didn’t come to fruition. From what I can gather, there are accusations and rumors that someone scammed the project out of ICO funds and disappeared. In recent months, the project has been completely rebooted by some of the original community. It has adopted a new hybrid Ark-Shift blockchain, and is in the process of swapping over to that with the help of the Bittrex exchange. They’re also busy checking in SDKs to Github, and bringing social media back online. Is it going to be the next Ethereum killer? Who knows, but it definitely seems like it’s destined for a higher ranking than #193, and it definitely seems like a steal given the current low market cap and price. Like, the upside potential seems enormous on this if they see things through with the reboot. I’ve not bet the farm on Rise, but I’ve definitely put a couple extra cows on it compared to the other ones in this list.
ARTBYTE (currently #207)
Site: http://www.artbyte.me/
Profile: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/applebyte/
Reason: This is yet another currency that is designed for a specific market – in this case, the art world. I generally don’t see a future for sector-specific currencies as they offer no advantages over using a general-purpose currency. What caught my eye about this one is that the team’s social media game is on point. They are tirelessly reaching out to artists to promote the currency and build name recognition. I admire their tenacity and think it could result in them gaining a toehold and eventually pivoting to some specific use within the art world. Total long shot, but I figure it doesn’t hurt to put $10 on it and check back in 10 years to see if it’s still around.
MYRIAD (currently #220)
Site: http://myriadcoin.org
Profile: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/myriad/
Reason: Multi-algorithm coin with good visual branding and an active community around it. I am not in love with its fundamentals and don’t see it catching on in a huge way, but just the fact that the project is alive makes it deserving of a higher rank than #220 IMHO. There are far worse coins than this one in the top 200. So, I’m betting here on slight growth rather than world domination.
HUSH (currently #235)
Site: https://myhush.org/
Profile: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/hush/
Reason: Hush is a private implementation of the "Zerocash" protocol, and was forked from Zcash in spring 2017 by one of the contributors to that project. It has a decent web site, a small and dedicated team that seems technically competent, plenty of recent Github activity, and a relatively low current market cap. I’m betting that Hush will rise from #235 to somewhere in the mid-100s.
AUDIOCOIN (currently #239)
Site: http://www.audiocoin.eu/
Profile: http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/audiocoin/
Reason: This team has at least made an attempt at developing a coherent business model. I’m not real convinced at this point that it’s viable, but they seem passionate about it and with some time may be able to refine it. I can see it someday being a backbone marketplace for musicians and listeners, based on audio streaming credits. Given that the price is so low, I’ll buy a tiny bit and check back in 10 years.
SMARTCOIN (currently #355)
Site: http://smartcoin.cc/
Profile: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/smartcoin/
Reason: Seems like a solid, functional coin with decent branding, infrastructure, and user base – at least, much moreso than other coins in the mid-350’s. I’m betting that it will eventually rise to the low 200’s.
SLIMCOIN (currently #862)
Site: http://slimco.in/
Profile: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/slimcoin/
Reason: Slimcoin is another project that was left for dead but recently revived. It uses a technique called Proof-of-Burn (PoB) and is designed for energy efficiency and use on small devices. This currency is easily more viable than at least 600 of the other defunct joke currencies above it in the list. I placed a bet that this one will rise from rank #862 to somewhere in the 200’s or 300’s.
Again, if you think I’m full of shit on these picks, please post below. If I’m making a bad investment on any of these, I definitely want to know about it. Similarly, if there are any other dark horse coins you think people should know about, list ‘em below and make sure to include reasons – not just the name of the coin.
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Ethereum is so powerful, someone made a fully Proof of Work mined cryptocurrency inside it - to the moon!

To all the Ethereum haters and to everyone spinning up their own blockchains, to those who think all of the new tokens are just scam ICOs, you are wrong. Ethereum is better than that. Now there are also pure Proof Of Work mined cryptocurrencies within ethereum (as tokens) - you don't need a separate blockchain to launch trustless cryptocurrencies anymore you can just use the one world blockchain - Ethereum.
As of 2018 there are four Token Mining Pools running and many open source Token Mining clients. This is pretty big for Ethereum and scary for smaller mined cryptocurrencies. We can rebuild any Cryptocurrency inside of ethereum now. Bitcoin, litecoin, feathercoin, namecoin, peercoin, anything. Buckle up.
Look at how ridiculous this is: http://tokenminingpool.com
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Is there a media agenda to kill off altcoins so that Bitcoin can grow?

Is there a media agenda to kill off altcoins so that Bitcoin can grow?
A couple of days ago on the Dash Nation Discord longtime community member toknormal shared some thoughts about Bitcoin and altcoins. It's shared below in its entirety in the hopes that it'll be thought-provoking to those on this subreddit and may spark some conversation.

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TL;DR: This post is about an emerging media agenda to "kill off" altcoins so that bitcoin can grow. The (faulty) perception by bitcoin maximalists that altcoins are a deadweight. How they are going to attack us. Why this is a crucial moment to try to kill off alts and how Dash as a community can constructively address it to its advantage. See also #markets [channel in the Dash Nation Discord linked above] where I've posted some observations about the very long range nature of the Dash market VS bitcoin and its prospects.

I usually try not to write long posts anymore. But my nerves are getting the better of me and all charts are sending the same message so I decided make this a bit of a ramble.
Lately I've been debating (on and off) with the maximalists in the BTC Wall Observer thread (who are very nice people and not trolls) but are convinced that alts are going to get wiped out. I've noticed a common theme in all the conversations that suddenly took me aback - along the lines of "ok - this is it, Bitcoin is now established, we don't need alts any more". Then I saw Max Keiser suddenly declare himself to be a "bitcoin maximalist" out of the blue.
This made me think for a bit because whatever one thinks of Max Keiser, he's not a monopolist. I also noticed how consistent his arguments were with those that I'd encountered in the "Wall Observer" thread and other places such as various Twitter feeds.
The common mantra was that "Bitcoin can do everything".
I'd like to bring this agenda to the community's attention - i.e. that there's some kind of co-ordinated effort afoot to kill off alts going on (even from people who don't believe in monopolies) and offer some tips as to how to address it.
Why now ?
Without knowing much about the politics, it's easy to see why people like Max Keiser might be - albeit guardedly - positioning themselves as "maximalists" at this particular moment in time. Also why there might be a wider coercive effort to kill off altcoins. You only have to look at the Bitcoin dominance charts. (To find this, go to coinmarketcap.com and find the little "Dominance" link right at the top of the page - quite small).
Alts have "eaten" bitcoin's lunch in 3 distinct phases, each of which lasted around 3 years. The first was the "dawn" of alt coins around 2013 when we saw Peercoin, Feathercoin et al emerging and that died off around halfway through the post 2013 bear market. The second was in 2015 when bitcoin was doing basically nothing but consolidating and Dash hit its second ATH on the ratio of 0.02+. The third was the "perfect storm" of ICOs and Bitcoin contentious hard forks when Bitcoin's very existence was in jeopardy. Now we're about to commence a new altcoin dominance rally.

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The "maximalists" are aware of a potentially massive impending "Phase 4" altcoin capitalisation beyond anything that has been seen to date. If you look at that chart you can see we are on the cusp of completing a consolidation which - if sustained - will lead to a new influx of growth. You can also see that the growth profiles of altcoin dominance is asymmetrical - there are very long bear markets but right at the end there's an almost vertical, massively invasive bull market. That's what the monopolists are trying to mitigate.
My contention is that this is good for bitcoin. It is natural because bitcoin is a reserve asset that can only capitalise from utility assets that lie above it in "Exter's Pyramid". There is no conflict between bitcoin and other crypto assets and Dash should easily have a 2x to 10x growth against BTC in front of it if BTC functions as a reserve asset in the crypto space. That growth will ultimately find its way into bitcoin, being the reserve.
But many maximalists don't see it that way. They see competing assets as draining capital, brainpower and marketcap from bitcoin. This is ridiculous and not true, but it doesn't matter - they are going to start a media war (possibly worse) against alts. So we need to be aware of this and be able to field authentic challenges to their attacks.
How to address institutional challenges ?
There are 2 core themes IMO:
  1. DIVERSITY (Is an essential component of any market)
  2. ECONOMIC THEORY (Bitcoin is not a natural monopoly)
Most people can understand the idea of "trading pairs". If you don't have a trading pair in the same asset class then you ain't got no market. So from that perspective alone Bitcoin is not a go-er on its own. Side chains, Mimblewinble, whatever technology BTC comes up with, it can't be independently valued as long as it's all pegged to BTC. So that on its own is a dead duck. Then, economic theory has quite a lot to say about whether bitcoin can "kill of all alts" or not. It all depends on whether bitcoin is a natural monopoly:
A natural monopoly is a monopoly in an industry in which high infrastructural costs and other barriers to entry relative to the size of the market give the largest supplier in an industry, often the first supplier in a market, an overwhelming advantage over potential competitors.
Economics
What is a "Bitcoin maximalist" ? It is someone who's advocating that cryptocurrencies are a natural monopoly. Natural monopolies are well known and researched phenomena in economics. We can test this thesis against the definition of natural monopolies and compare each aspect of the definition as to how it applies to cryptos. Intuitively, it seems ridiculous that there can only be one crypto but the media war will try to portay it as such. Dash has made huge advances and we must not take our eye off the ball at this crucial time when altcoins are at the cusp of a new growth phase.
The monopolists have noticed this "end of phase" period and they think we haven't.
Having been engaged in much of this debate lately I've been wondering if I should ditch Dash and go all in Bitcoin as I realised that altcoins in general are at a watershed phase. Is there going to be another bull market against BTC or isn't there ? I've spent a lot of time thinking about this, engaging bitcoin maximalists on other threads and so on. Disclosure - I'm holding BTC as well as Dash. But the truth is I'd rather Dash succeeded and grew against bitcoin. It would be better for bitcoin, better for crypto and better for the world because diversity is a measure of freedom and like it or not, Dash is now one of the significant digital assets.
Regarding 1, I will link to one of my posts on the Wall Observer thread. Obviously it is a huge subject and many will have opinions but
High Infrastructural Costs
Dash has already overcome these as a "barrier to entry". The Dash network hashrate is huge in comparison to what's required to secure a viable cryptocurrency. It has also captured enough of a relative market size to be significantly traded, reviewed and invested in. Over Dash's lifetime, ROI is better then bitcoin. (See Dash/BTC).
William Baumol Criteria
According to this definition, "multi-firm" production would (and is) making cryptocurrency cheaper. If Bitcoin had been unique in the market it would not have had to compete with other blockchains for miners for example. We would not have had mining profitability ranking that tell miners which coin is most viable for them (almost never bitcoin). We would not have had proof of stake. Therefore Bitcoin does not meet the William Baumol criteria for a natural monopoly as "multi-firm" production has made the bitcoin network more efficient (by demonstrating competitively its inefficiencies)
Cost of Production
The original concept of a "natural monopoly" was made by John Stuart Mill according to the Wikipedia entry for "natural monopoly". His motivation was that in the absence of a natural monopoly, prices would reflect the cost of production.
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FeatherCoin: “The Comeback Kid?”

Disclaimer: This is in no way financial advice. I own FTC and I plan on holding some for the long term. I’m just sharing my thoughts and opinions on my interpretation of what I’ve read on slack, the feathercoin forum and the internet. Pease comment and share your thoughts as well.
My initial reason for getting involve was the interest I had in ASIC resistance coins, at first VTC and now FTC. We could all see what’s going on with the institutionalization of bitcoin and all the forks but that’s a whole other story. Most people don’t realize that Feathercoin is one of the oldest coins and it was a top 10 coin back in the early days. Originating from a “LTC github fork”, not a fork from the blockchain which is a totally different scenario. Back in the early days, It had a big following and the community was enormous. The founder was very active but as the community grew, cracks began to unfold. One user in particular manipulated the community and wanted to push forward with some crazy ideas. The ideas were contrary to the vision of the founder who was trying to stay as close to satoshi’s whitepaper as possible, FTC is still the closest out of all coins to satoshi’s vision. If I understand the infighting correctly, the community was swayed by influential members who were more interested in the price of the coin vs the developers who where more interested in the stability and security of the code. Needless to say, with all the attacks and trolling, the team kind of went underground and it’s currently the main reason why some of the developers still want to remain private. This also caused the founder of Feathercoin to move on to other projects. I give a lot of respect to the developers/community members who hung on and continued to support the project throughout the dark times but there is “lite” at the end of the tunnel. The founder was recently released from a contract and he has come back home to assume his rightful place in the feathercoin community. He is well known and respected in the crypto world and his return will mark a turning point, in my opinion, for FTC. FeatherCoin developers prefer to communicate via the FeatherCoin forum as opposed to slack but I think they realize the value a slack channel can have in terms of growing the overall community. Progress is definitely being made in the background but keep in mind that developers don’t commit to github every day or even every week. Hopefully, this will change as the community grows and maybe some of the diehard developers will come out of the shadows.
Why buy? 1- An ANTI-asic coin with Gpu and Cpu mining. 2- Mining that is faster than LTC or BTC with the lowest transaction fees. 3- A NeoScrypt mining Algo that is more secure than Scrypt or SHA-256 4- The current goal for FTC is to move to 0.11 and eventually later to 0.13 code based on Bitcoin. The idea is to activate SegWit and CSV at the same time. If you want to educate yourself read this: https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/blob/mastebip-0112.mediawiki 5- After the upgrades, the team will explore the lighting network. 6- IOS development in progress. The team is actively look for an IOS developer to assist. 7-Older coins are more reliable.
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Ripple CEO: More Than 90% Of Crypto Assets Will Crumble

When it comes to polarizing issues in the crypto industry, there isn’t a topic as inflammatory as the debate between XRP proponents and Bitcoin maximalists or more broadly, centralization versus decentralization. In fact, this debate has been dubbed a “religious war” by some, as despite crypto’s underlying goal to unite communities, this argument has strained in-industry relationships to the brink of collapse.

90% Of All Digital Assets Will Disappear
Recently-established media outlet Cheddar, who has been doing its utmost to claim a stake in the ever-growing crypto news scene, recently brought on Brad Garlinghouse, the CEO of San Francisco-based Ripple, to give an insight into the crypto asset market. The industry leader, who heads the company behind XRP, widely regarded as a centralized crypto asset, began his time on the fintech focused outlet by addressing the current state of crypto investors, claiming that speculators are playing “a dangerous game,” as “well over” 90% of the 2,000 crypto assets publicly-listed today will eventually disappear.

Although this statement was made to the dismay of some diversified investors, known as “s***coin maximalists” in some circles, this isn’t the first time this sentiment has been touted.

Samson Mow, Chief Strategy Officer at Canada-based Blockstream, recently explained that the traditional argument of ‘don’t put all your eggs in one basket’ doesn’t apply to crypto assets, as he used historical statistics to convey his opinion that diversification in this market kills your portfolio, contrary to popular belief. Backing this claim, the Bitcoin proponent pointed out that if you bought only BTC one year ago, you would be up 54%, but if you diversified into the top 16 cryptocurrencies, you would be down by 21%.

This anti-diversification theory seems to apply in longer time frames as well, as fresh blockchain projects that host tokens like Ethereum, EOS, and Stellar Lumens, have ousted 2013’s creme de la crop, with Namecoin, Peercoin, and Feathercoin, which were promising projects, have all but faded from the public’s consciousness at large.

Ted Rogers, the CEO of cryptocurrency platform Xapo, also corroborated Garlinghouse’s inflammatory comments, taking to Twitter in August to express his opinion that 90% of the tokens listed on CoinMarketCap could be atomized by the impending “altcoin apocalypse,” so to speak.

Garlinghouse: XRP Tops Bitcoin In Many Respects
Responding to a query from the Cheddar host facilitating the interview, Garlinghouse explained that XRP, the native digital asset of the Ripple ecosystem, is technically superior to Bitcoin, the colloquially dubbed “king of cryptocurrencies.” First, the industry leader pointed to transaction speeds, lauding that XRP can be sent worldwide at nearly 1,000x the speed of the processing of a Bitcoin block. Not only is it fast, but the fees incurred are also 1,000x less than the average BTC transaction, Garlinghouse also added.

In short, as put by the XRP proponent (big surprise there) — “XRP has demonstrated that it is the most efficient digital asset to solve a payments problem.”

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Our Open Source Contributions

Let me start telling you about one of the crypto currency world’s best kept open secret and most advanced Bitcoin software: libbitcoin.
Libbitcoin was started by Amir Taaki as the first reimplementation of the Bitcoin protocol. Nowadays, it’s maintained by serial entrepreneur Eric Voskuil, who developed it into a full fledged Bitcoin development ecosystem with software libraries, the most advanced command line tool to do anything Bitcoin related, a standalone full node as Bitcoin Core alternative as well as a high performance blockchain query server.
“Libbitcoin is a multipurpose bitcoin library targeted towards high end use. An ideal backend to build fast implementations on top: mobile apps, desktop clients and server API’s. The library places a heavy focus around asychronicity, speed and availability.” — libbitcoin.org Especially the blockchain query server libbitcoin-server (or bs) is extremely valuable for the ecosystem: many wallets and other services either use slow, outdated JavaScript-based implementations or, even worse, centralised closed source APIs from service providers. Using a centralised API to build your application means trusting a 3rd party with the privacy of your users as well as having the risk that it might get shutdown any time on no or very short notice (something that happened before).
We plan to use libbitcoin-server as our node and backend for all our apps and services. Talking with Eric about our plans, he immediately suggested to make all of libbitcoin coin-agnostic, so Feathercoin and Bitcoin can equally benefit from the improvements developers are making. This means to have all the Feathercoin specifics as part of the runtime settings. The end result is having one source code base, one development community and even only one binary for Bitcoin, Feathercoin, Litecoin and other cryptocurrencies (if someone is willing to do the little implementation work that is needed). This is certainly a goal we consider worth working on.
Electrum Another critical piece of software for the Bitcoin ecosystem is the Electrum wallet. Electrum is the number one desktop wallet with all features one can possibly imagine (SPV, HW wallet support, multi-signature, replace-by-fee, etc), so it was an obvious choice for us to make it also available for Feathercoin.
Yet, we have bigger plans for Electrum: We are working on a new desktop wallet called Swan, which uses Electrum as basis. With Swan, we are creating a more user- & beginner friendly desktop wallet for Bitcoin and Feathercoin built on a stable, battle-tested source. Just as with libbitcoin, we plan to not diverge from upstream and contribute most of our work and improvements directly to Electrum itself and have only our own, frontend specific changes in our repository.
A small teaser from our designer Frederic Berghmans One of our first big contributions to the ecosystem is combining those two great software pieces: we are implementing libbitcoin-server as a backend option in Electrum. To achieve this goal, we’ve already implemented a Python library, pylibbitcoin, which talks to libbitcoin-server. This library can be used by anyone, is not depending on Electrum or libbitcoin source code and is fully open source. Right now, we are working on integrating it into Electrum and while doing so, our developer Harm also refactored the full networking module of Electrum.
Some might not like it but this shows that (Bitcoin-based) Altcoins can contribute to Bitcoin ecosystem development.
We see ourselves as part of the greater Bitcoin development ecosystem. We always try to contribute and work upstream instead of reinventing the wheel, which benefits all Bitcoin-based cryptocurrencies. We do that already with libbitcoin and Electrum and plan to contribute to more open source projects in the future.
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More forking questions...

Disclaimer: I am a political moron and don't have the first clue about proper political correctness or eticate. I in no way hope to insult any developers from any fork or branch of crypto currency.
Apologies for beating a dead horse, but I can't seem to find clear answers.
I have some old btc addresses that have some leftover BTC dust. I'm going back through them to collect all the BTC-dust satoshis. While I'm harvesting, I'd like to harvest the fork coins from them as well. I'm trying to figure out what all fork coins to harvest. So tell me when I go off the rails...
So as I understand it there are 3 types of forks.
So if I got that right... I'm trying to determine which forks double coins.
TL;DR If I had 100 satoshis in block #50... how many fork-satoshis would I have?
edit: formatting
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