“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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Chinese Altcoins Can’t Stop Failing (news.bitcoin.com)

Every country produces its share of underperforming altcoins. They’re called shitcoins for a reason. But China has a track record for creating altcoins that are shittier than most. The country has spawned a slew of talented developers, and has made a huge contribution to cryptocurrency adoption and innovation as a whole. But when it comes to altcoins, China’s wither and die at a phenomenal rate. The question is, why?
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Bitcoin up, altcoins down; bitcoin down, altcoins sink. What’s the point of keeping altcoins?

Serious, not being ironic. I am very new to crypto and I think I am a little late at the party.

We watched a crazy altcoins raise in December but I think that was just because people were looking for the "new Bitcoin". Chasing tenfold gains.

Aside from 'i believe in the technology' I think most of us are here for the money.

To me it's a little difficult to understand why holding altcoins. I had them, but yesterday moved everything to btc and I think I'll leave it all there

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