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List of digital currencies?



coinmarketcap has an option to filter out pre-mined and non mineable, a
diff of the main list and this one would make a great start for a list
https://coinmarketcap.com/views/filter-non-mineable-and-premined/

As far as i know these are the ones that aren't just a bitcoin fork:
Ripple
NXT
Mastercoin
Ethereum
Coinffeine
MAIDsafe
Smartcoin
Protoshares

If you're starting a google doc spreadsheet, I'd be willing to help, pm me
with an invite



On Tue, Jun 24, 2014 at 4:02 PM, grarpamp <[email protected]> wrote:

> Any links to a list of digital currencies organized by technology?
>
> ie: Bitcoin has countless forks characterized by nothing more
> than adjusting (or not) the operating parameters of the bitcoin.org
> code and starting their own genesis. Others may swap out the
> hash or crypto functions within that. While useful to list them
> all under the aforesaid parent technology 'Bitcoin', they are all
> ultimately uninteresting and a waste of time to research.
>
> A real list would group all the digital currencies by genuine differences
> in architecture... those archs thus resulting in their suitability to
> different
> applications, capabilities to anonymity, features for
> centralization/regulation,
> etc.
>
> So now you might have
> Bitcoin
> Paypal, Linden
> Some other various coin designs
> Currencies that pass serialized 'banknotes' around
>
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