So far I’ve made 42 transactions on Lightning Network, and it has cost me 600 sat (channel open) and about 120 sat in routing fees. total of 720 sat, or 4.9 cents. Virtually no other alt-coin can compete with these costs.

So far I've made 42 transactions on Lightning Network, and it has cost me 600 sat (channel open) and about 120 sat in routing fees. total of 720 sat, or 4.9 cents. Virtually no other alt-coin can compete with these costs. submitted by /u/Legitinternetguy
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“Until your altcoin successfully defeats a coordinated attack like NYA/S2X, with 90% of the hashrate and major businesses trying to force a hard fork, its immutability is untested and its monetary policy is suspect.” -Pierre Rochard

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Am I the only one who thinks it’s not normal to have 5 out of 6 top posts about an altcoin and its founder? In case you’re wondering, the 6th one is a meme.

Or maybe I'm just part of the minority who feels that development of Lightning Network and adoption of SegWit is more important.

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“What Roger doesn’t get. If he wanted to create a big-block alt-coin then, in general, no one from the bitcoin community would care. Or, we would care the same as we do about the hundreds of other alt-coins with different experimental features; not much. The issue is the fraud.”

"What Roger doesn't get. If he wanted to create a big-block alt-coin then, in general, no one from the bitcoin community would care. Or, we would care the same as we do about the hundreds of other alt-coins with different experimental features; not much. The issue is the fraud." submitted by /u/bitme123
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Alt-coin bear market is over, but bitcoin is still the best bet: Wall Street's Tom Lee

Bitcoin bull Tom Lee says the alt-coin bear market is over. But he still recommends investing in bitcoin. "Whether regulations change around security tokens and registration, bitcoin sits in its own sphere," he says. Lee said he expects the lesser-known, smaller coins will remain in "purgatory" and not …
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Beating Bitcoin Requires Alt-Coin Traders to Mind Correlations

Investors saw this last year when Bitcoin's 1,400 percent surge dominated headlines, yet smaller peers such as Ripple and Stellar far outperformed the world's biggest cryptocurrency. When Bitcoin rallied, its tight correlation with rivals broke down, according to a Bloomberg analysis. On the contrary …
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Pierre Rochard: “Until your altcoin successfully defeats a coordinated attack like NYA/S2X, with 90% of the hashrate and major businesses trying to force a hard fork, its immutability is untested and its monetary policy is suspect. Bitcoin has earned its keep, its immutability is beyond question”

Pierre Rochard: "Until your altcoin successfully defeats a coordinated attack like NYA/S2X, with 90% of the hashrate and major businesses trying to force a hard fork, its immutability is untested and its monetary policy is suspect. Bitcoin has earned its keep, its immutability is beyond question" submitted by /u/Bastiat
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As of today, 80% of all Bitcoins that will ever exist have been mined. The next halving is a little over two years away, at which point inflation will fall to 2%. This means central banks can only get at most 20% of BTC supply. Unless you sell it to them for their fiat altcoin.

As of today, 80% of all Bitcoins that will ever exist have been mined. The next halving is a little over two years away, at which point inflation will fall to 2%. This means central banks can only get at most 20% of BTC supply. Unless you sell it to them for their fiat altcoin. submitted by /u/wallyjo3
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