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After the ETH merge, should the miners move to Vertcoin(VTC) or Ravencoin(RVN)?

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Rebuilding my Crypto portfolio

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Vertcoin(VTC)

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Can someone confirm if Vertcoin VTC is actually getting listed on Binance ?!

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✅Welcome to the Newest Decentralized Staking Protocol on the Binance Smart Chain✅

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What are Your Favorite 'Privacy' Projects?

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Eth 2.0

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Koinly - Mining Tax Question

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Vertcoin (VTC) Halving #2 completed🚀

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Could this rise in price be due to the incoming halving of VTC?

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Vertcoin Halving is expected in less than 24h - Pump or Dump?

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Small Market Cap Cryptocurrencies With Large Reddit Communities

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Next Crypto Halving - Vertcoin Halving On December 8th, 2021

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Who here uses faucets regularly?

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Any updates about these cryptos?

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Vertcoin analysis: Block reward halving and ETH's transitioning to Proof of stake.

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Vertcoin (VTC)

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People's Crypto VTC

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

Vertcoin (VTC) is Mooning, Supply Shock is Here!!! 🚀🚀📈

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VTC is Mooning, Supply Shock is Here!!!

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Vertcoin VTC - The Road to $11 and Beyond (Halving Explained)

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Every new coin looks promising on paper, until it isn’t. Throw back to see some of the most “amazing” coins in 2018. Reminder: Everyone is a genius in a bull market.

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A list of faucets and easy ways to get your first cryptos if you're new in crypto

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SLEEPING GIANT: Why Vertcoin VTC is likely to go 300X this cycle!

r/BitcoinSee Post

SLEEPING GIANT: Why Vertcoin VTC is likely to go 300X this cycle!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

So, yeah. You could say im something of a miner myself.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Mining VertCoin (VTC) With VertHash on AMD Radeon 4GB GPUs

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

What's the deal with Vertcoin and why such an old Bitcoin fork is still in the shadows?

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💎New BSC GEM💎- VitalikNakamoto | Liquidity lock🔒| Low MC so do not Miss This Potential x100 Early Gem 💎| Automatic buyback and Burn !! Audited by TechRate! Hold $VTC and receive double King assets BTC + ETH.📣 Launch Now!!!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

My Nvidia RTX 3090 paid itself off in less than 6 months of mining Vertcoin

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

If you think this sub knows everything and always right about their choice of coins, remember this sub once shilled safemoon and VTC and many more that screwed up

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Aug 19th 10:00AM UTC Launch date |💎New BSC GEM💎- VitalikNakamoto | Presale Whitelist Spots Open | Liquidity lock🔒, Presale on DXsale! Low MC so do not Miss This Potential x100 Early Gem 💎| Automatic buyback and Burn !! Audited by TechRate! Hold $VTC and receive double King assets BTC + ETH

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

Vertcoin ($VTC) is a low cap gem you shouldn't miss out on.

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💎New BSC GEM💎- VitalikNakamoto [Launch Aug 19th 10:00AM UTC] Presale Whitelist Spots Now Open | Liquidity lock🔒, Presale on DXsale! Low MC so do not Miss This Potential x100 Early Gem 💎| Automatic buyback and Burn !! Audited by TechRate! Hold $VTC and receive double King assets BTC + ETH

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

When do you consider your altcoin dead ? (incl. examples)

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The MarketCap of Moons

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

With the EIP 1599 update to ETH, miners might wanna look towards Vertcoin (VTC)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

What will you be looking to mine after the London hard fork for ETH tomorrow?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Newbie crypto : Hardware wallet - also staking possible? Or do I need a special wallet for staking?

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Why Vertcoin (VTC) is Positioned to Make a Huge Comeback

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Vertcoin(VTC) is now on Changelly pro, great for our community. Just wanted to notify.

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Will Mining Bitcoin and VTC Harm My GPU's Gaming Performance and Lifespan?

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Falling Wedge in a Falling Wedge. What will happen to Vertcoin VTC in the next few days ?!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

A broad look upon: Vertcoin (VTC)

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

Vertcoin (VTC) just got listed on Changelly Pro a few days ago and is booming while the rest of the market is bleeding

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Vertcoin (VTC) just got listed on Changelly Pro a few days ago and is booming while the rest of the market is bleeding

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

While most of the crypto market is bleeding, Vertcoin ($VTC) is up 25%. Now listed in Coinex and Changelly Pro.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Sleeping giant

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

EIP 1559 around the corner, it's time to sell your GPUs

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

Vertcoin $VTC listed on CoinEx

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

No fiat to buy Crypto? What other methods are you using to acquire coins/tokens?

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China's ban on crypto mining reinforces the benefits of ASIC resistance.

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China's ban on crypto mining reinforces the benefits of ASIC resistance.

r/BitcoinSee Post

Help needed, accidentally sent BTC to a VTC address

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

BTC sent to a VTC wallet

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Easiest crypto to mine

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

Why you should buy and hodl low supply fixed cap coin Like Vertcoin ($VTC)

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Why you should buy and hodl low supply fixed cap coin Like Vertcoin ($VTC)

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

Why you should buy and hodl low supply fixed cap coin Like Vertcoin ($VTC)

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Crypto slang for beginners: Some wisdom behind the memes.

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Experiment Week 9: What if you kept buying terrible performing coins?

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Experiment Week 8: What if you kept buying terrible performing coins?

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What coin would you personally mine for long-term gain?

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Vertcoin 101

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It's crazy that I can mine Vertcoin (VTC) while playing games on my PC

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Goodbye crypto...

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

Vertcoin $VTC at $2, getting in now is still early, here is why....

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I bought my first crypto

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Vertcoin ($VTC) is now the second most profitable coin to mine using your GPU.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Question about which exchange to use for Vertcoin (VTC)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

How do I get my Vertcoin off Ledger Live? Every time I try to enter or scan a wallet to sent it it says, "This is not a valid Vertcoin address"

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

Alright it's time, $12 Vertcoin here we come

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

why does Vertcoin VTC have such a low market capital?

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

why does Vertcoin VTC have such a low market capital?

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

Case for Vertcoin $VTC

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

A Bright Future for diversified Investments

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Newb Here

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Newb to Crypto here

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Mining Vertcoin (VTC) to Acquire More Bitcoin

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Why Vertcoin (VTC) Is Positioned To Make A Huge Comeback

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

Vertcoin (VTC) bet - To the Monday Moonshot

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Vertcoin (VTC) still a thing?

r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Post

Wallet recovery help!

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Wallet recovery help!

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

Vertcoin just got added to another exchange!

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For the first time since 2017 I took profit!

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Vertcoin?

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My Vertcoin(VTC) Diamond Hands Journey to the Moon; don't miss out. (update;don't miss out again)

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VTC? has been on the top of whattomine.com for days and maybe Vertcoin is just the right answer...

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Keep mining VTC 🙉

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I wonder if any miners switched to mining VTC. I doubt it tbh.

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Hi it is VTC, the peoples coin Vertcoin. A complete decentralize & POW and computer minable coin. This coin is completely ASIC resistant. So anybody can mine it with a computer. GPU is better. Since its price is low, anybody can buy it. There are total 16 exchange where you can buy trade VTC. This coin is hardfork from BTC itself, and its Verthash make it ASIC resistance. is has fixed coin supply that is 84 million or 4-times of BTC. Maybe one day it will compete with LTC.

Mentions:#VTC#BTC#LTC

Cries in Vertcoin(VTC)

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VTC vertcoin! The green coin ✅✅✅

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This kind of crap happens over and over. Ask any one from 2016-2017 what coin would come out on top next to bitcoin and Eth. You would have heard nano, omg, Neo, bat, Tron, Ada, XMR, Ark, VTC, XLM, iota, waves, glm, glm xvg. Not one person in a million would have said Doge with a straight face, yet doge was the Cinderella. A joke, a nothing. A lot of these other projects still have great concepts and active developers working around the clock. Cryptocurrency is an orgy of dumb money.

Mentions:#XMR#VTC#XLM

VTC is a solid OG project. I got a little spooked when I found out it got attacked all those years ago. But it's pretty cool you can mine it with your GPU

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I heard everyone will be mining VTC after the murge

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Yo, VTC all the way.

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sssshhh...keep accumulating VTC and let this sub shill other crap...

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Can we expect cheaper mining rigs due to this? Because of people stopping and less new people starting? Might be interesting for ETC, RVN, VTC right?

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>More like edit two lines in the config and change your pools/algo to ETC/CFX/ERG/VTC/RVN. Maybe Maybe for 3% of them. The vast majority will need to sell, or mine at a loss.

"Offload their equipment" More like edit two lines in the config and change your pools/algo to ETC/CFX/ERG/VTC/RVN. Maybe a small amount will capitulate due to energy costs, but I doubt it will significantly affect anything. People with ETHash ASICs are screwed but they knew this was coming for ages, and if they haven't already reached ROI then they were either greedy or stupid, and bought them at a bad time. There is no one to offload this equipment to either, other than absolute fools or a salvage yard.

Vertcoin (VTC) is another contender since it’s ASIC resistant.

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So essentially you never actually have BTC and can't even send it outside of Venmo. Sounds like VTC to me.

Mentions:#BTC#VTC

Kudos to anybody that could actually pull that off or even have the funds to try, but I'm willing to bet you £1 they would fail and lose millions/billions.. take a look at the history of 51% attacks on other coins and see how many were successful and how many failed na lost their money. There is too much hashrate and too many people who would notice too fast for them to pull it off. Even 51% attacks on smaller coins I know about, BTC being a good example, they failed to make any money, they just used nicehash top rent a ton of hashrate and attempted it, but the hashrate on that chain was so low, at the time/s anybody with a bit of clout behind them could fund this, and in reality, they didn't even expect to win out of this situation, the goal was simply to make the chain/coin lose trust.. which worked.. if you look at VTC today, some exchanges (not all) have a crazy amount of confirmations needed to withdraw your coins/trades.. we are talking 600 confs type of thing... so... the algo was changed, nice emails were sent to nicehash and other hash renters asking them not to list it again, and nicehash agreed and still doesn't list it to this day, though mining rig rentals does, but I don't think there is enough rigs on there to get anywhere close to 51%.. seriously nowhere near, and not even that, they are charging so much you won't even make any profit if you use these rented rigs properly. I have no agenda here to defend BTC or it's network power, that coin is dead to me.. I accepted it as payment, exclusively as the only crypto I accepted on multiple webstores from 2011-2017.. gave it another half a decade chance to redeem itself by adding an LN option.. I'm not at the point I don;t add it to new projects and am slowly working on removing BTC/BTCLN from my existing stores, as hardly anybody uses it now days, we are talking less than 5% of all crypto payments. I'm a BCH guy now, but also respect XMR.. I personally hate the LTC project but it is spent a LOT, BCH and LTC make up around 80% of all my crypto sales. But trust me, nobody can pull of a profitable 51% attack on BTC.. as much as it would amuse me. It just isn't financially viable, suicide for anybody that even tries.

Think VTC is a beter option for a long run, just because is asic resistant

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Exactly! Thank you for this addition. The whole point is to learn. Also there are plenty of cheap options to learn. Banano : run Folding@Home and earn Banano, learn how to swap to Nano then to a stable. VTC: Run the OneClickMiner and earn block rewards. Then I Use Bitrix for VTC. From there you can purchase BTC/ ETH/ADA/ALGO/DOGE whatever you want. Move it to a Ledger that cost all of $50 for a simple Hardware wallet that works well. Learn on smaller cheaper Blockchains. No shame in that

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> Can you put each and every type of coin you may have on it? No. Hardware wallets only support a limited number of cryptocurrencies. For example, the Ledger Nano S allows you to have up to 3 apps, which allows you to send transactions from up to three separate cryptocurrencies without uninstalling and reinstalling the app. However, if you want to use more, you just have to uninstall the app (it won't erase your data). You can't use **every** cryptocurrency that exists (as you can't using a software wallet), but Ledger supports a [decent number](https://www.ledger.com/supported-crypto-assets). > Unlimited amount of any coin? That's where things get complicated. While I'm not going to explain this concept in detail here (unless you'd like an explanation), BTC, LTC, ADA, VTC and a few other cryptocurrencies use [UTXO](https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/what-is-unspent-transaction-output-utxo/). So, in basic terms, if you receive 0.01 BTC from 100 people, and then send 1 BTC to someone, each of those 0.01 BTC transactions are included as 'inputs'. Including them as inputs requires processing power. If the hardware wallet is unable to handle the demand of adding these transactions as inputs, you won't be able to transact and you'll have no choice but to use a different wallet to make your transaction (you'll be able to import your seed phrase). > How much does it cost? They vary. They're typically between £50 and £200. > Have a good link to buy one on? Buy it directly from the manufacturer. Do not buy one on eBay. * [Ledger](https://www.ledger.com/) - they sell the Nano S, Nano S Plus and Nano X * [Trezor](https://trezor.io/) - they sell the Model One and Model T * [Bitbox](https://shiftcrypto.ch/) There are other hardware wallets, although the most popular ones are from Ledger and Trezor. I use the Ledger Nano X and I've been satisfied with its functionality (it can be [linked easily to Metamask](https://www.ledger.com/academy/security/the-safest-way-to-use-metamask) and has good integrations, such as dApps) and build quality.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Vertcoin (VTC) - created in 2014 as a fork of Litecoin with a commitment to asic resistance. Maintained by a team of volunteers, Vertcoin has forked its mining algo several times to prevent asics (most recently Feb 2021 with Verthash). It also updated to Segwit and Taproot before btc/ltc. Interested to hear your thoughts and opinions. Cheers!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Reposting as Automod caught me when I added subreddit URLs :( With over 13,000 Coins listed on coingecko, lets take a moment to appreciate the grassroots ones. | | Community Distribution | Smart Contracts | Type | |---|---|---|---| | [Bitcoin](https://np.reddit.com//r/Bitcoin ) | 100% | No | Layer-1 | | [Litecoin](https://np.reddit.com/r/litecoin) | 100% | No | BTC-Fork | | [Bitcoin Cash](https://np.reddit.com/r/Bitcoincash) | 100% | No | BTC-Fork | | [RavenCoin](https://np.reddit.com/r/Ravencoin/) | 100% | No | BTC+Tokens | | [Monero](https://np.reddit.com/r/Monero/) | 100% | No | BTC+Privacy | | [Ergo](https://np.reddit.com/r/ergonauts) | 95.57% | Yes | Layer-1 | | [Nano](https://np.reddit.com/r/nanocurrency/) | 95% | No | Layer-1 | | [Haven](https://np.reddit.com/r/havenprotocol/) | ~95% | Simple | Monero-Fork | | [ZCash](https://np.reddit.com/r/zec/) | 90% | No | BTC-Fork | | | | | | These are coins with no pre-mine, ico or VC funding, sorted by highest community distribution. Verge & Zenon were eliminated due to secret funding/unknown dev fund. No doubt missing a few BTC forks (DASH, VTC) but if anyone has any additions lmk.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

VTC halving was squashed by the bear market so when the bull run eventually starts, it will need to become profitable for mining again.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Not sure on VTC to be honest. I love it and have a small stack from mining but it doesn't seem to get mentioned often.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

LTC will come back strong in a future bull market. Same with VTC.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I was buying VTC in 2017 so been in the game a while. I am not talking about how much it’s dropped I am talking about how it drops 1K and just sits there for a few days. Then drops another 1k in an hour and repeats. Its been like this for months.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

if he really wants to enter this world I would tell him to help the devs of the real cryptocurrencies (BTC, XMR, LTC, VTC, VIA etc etc ...) in his spare time...

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My beting coins BTC, ETC, VTC..

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Ok, Ok, I was taking a stab at some satire. I was actually pretty fortunate that I bought a bunch of GPU's with my earnings only days before the crash and they would have cost me at least double now. I am however revamping my 1.3GHz setup and would love input on what mineable coins would be best to direct some or all at. I have no intention of taking them off ETH until 2.0 however II would like to prepare for what is next. I was of course serious about FLUX for mining and I keep a solo machine on VTC just in case. ERGO looks promising and profitable.

Mentions:#ETH#FLUX#VTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Maybe. I've actually been considering removing BTC and BTC LN options from my existing stores, and no longer add it to new projects, because since 2017 barely anybody spends it with me, in 2022 it's only around 5% of my total crypto income, even with an LN option. In the main bitcoin sub the majority of people are not interested in spending it any longer, but <2017 it was actually the only coin I had listed as a crypto option. but as long as all these coins have at least some value, even if it is below £0.01, it is still useful to me and any other merchants. Coins I'm currently accepting are BTC, BTCLN, BCH, LTC, DASH, XMR, DOGE, ETH and VTC. ETH is also useless now as p2p cash but around 2018 a lot of people were spending it with me.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It's the same with POW coins as well, people assume that anybody who has a node has a vote, but that really isn't the case in reality, the people who get to vote properly are large solo miners and mining pools, the votes only count when blocks are being found, and sure you can choose to to run a new version of a normal node, but you will just get left behind. I didn't realise this fully until last year when I setup a mining pool myself and was forced to understand the full ins and outs of it all. It's also often the case mining pool operators will blindly just update the to latest version of the node when devs ask, I've done it myself when asked to update a node to signal for taproot on a BTC software fork (VTC), I had no real vested interest in the coin other than taking mining profits from it so just did as the devs requested. but he people who had the final say on the signalling/voting were basically 2 or 3 large pools.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I’m glad to see that VTC was brought up here.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

VTC

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I bought VTC in the 2017 bull run sold half in the $5-7 range and was like “ehh I’ll keep the other half because BTC/VTC/LTC gonna be crushing in 5 years. Well guess who still has half of their VTC😂 luckily other stuff that I have kept has performed exceptionally well, but VTC just doesn’t make the cut with the new tech that’s out. Their one click miner is still cool and easy to use.

Mentions:#VTC#BTC#LTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Filecoin had an amazing run in april 2021, x10 what it reached in 2018. It's nothing like these other coins like VTC

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yah VTC mining is what got me into crypto :P

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

the simplicity of Vertcoin mining make it still an attractive coin (literally you download One Click Miner from the vertcoin.org website, put the exception in the antivirus as for other mining programs, start OCM, 2 clicks in the graphical interface and you start mining)...for vertcoin and other gpu powcoins you have to wait for Ethereum to switch to PoS...Eth currently has about 90% or more of the hashrate of mining with gpu...after eth is in PoS then you will start to see something about the other gpu powcoins (VTC / ETC / RVN / ERGO and others will make the fireworks)...do you think eth miners will sell everything and "ok, that was good, goodbye!" ? many will surely sell but most will switch...vertcoin just isn't profitable now and it's not present in the main exchanges (Coinbase / Binance / Kranken for example) however, it's in the top tier of the whattomine website...as long as the community exists here on reddit and mainly on discord and there will be exchanges and active developers to support it, vertcoin will have a future, otherwise it will fall into oblivion...for now it's holding up well...

Mentions:#VTC#ETC#RVN
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

VTC went to sleep after 2018 spike and yes, the 51% attacks did have an impact as well. The only thing still keeping it alive is their nice community and to be fair, there is not too much they can offer today, as you have already mentioned. Sad. It was the most profitable spike in my crypto timeline.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That hit me in the feels. I got SOOOOO lucky with VTC. Didn't have much, but I cashed out at over $8.50 per coin, needed it all to pay rent, and even more remarkably, got my funds out of Quadriga successfully.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I was one, and I mined it all of 2021. However, due to any significant lack in growth (monetarily and technically) I ended up stopping the mining of it this year. I ended up exchanging all of the VTC I got for ALGO, which made for a nice chunk. &#x200B; Don't get me wrong, it's a great project, but very little interaction and very little marketing or public knowledge of it.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

PTSD from cryptsy.. he stole all my precious VTC.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Obtained a decent sized sack of ALGO today by exchanging all of my VTC I mined last year, and am converting my Coinbase XLM rewards to ATOM. Feeling good!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Just swapped all of the VTC I mined last year for ALGO. Now that feels nice.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Oof I used to be into VTC. Such a shame as it’s toast now :(

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I hold very little ETH and BTC. I believe ALGO, VTC and XLM are my biggest bags. Why ALGO? - The team behind it is absolutely brilliant and they're primarily involved in industries as opposed to standard consumer projects. Why VTC? - Just because I mined it for a year, lol. Why XLM? - They've been around for a long time, have a good footing with projects, a smart team and because my Coinbase card rewards are stacking it up for me.

r/CryptoCurrenciesSee Comment

From what I understand your issue was with an independent pool operator and there was some post put in the subreddit with some outside drama in that thread about a mathematical misunderstanding. Either way this doesn't affect the fundamentals of Vertcoin / VTC

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Vertcoin (VTC)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

VTC is out of the picture. Too bad when the ATH is about $10.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I hodl 19 coins, 6 of which i mine/earn (PLU, BAT, WETH, XMR, ERG and VTC) , 3 long shots (TRVL, XCAD and CNFT), 1 stablecoin (UST) and the rest solid projects

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

At least 70 top 100 coins back then are now top 200-800 No joke... Shit like VTC was once at around 60th place, now somewhere in top 600 rsom People have a hard time truly fathoming how risky alts are. Especially when drunk on the idea of 100x

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

VTC from back in 2017. It'll probably never do anything, but I've had the miner going for a few years now with no plans to stop.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It’s nice to finally see VTC going back up.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Gpu miners will need to go somewhere else once ETH2 comes so some gpu mining coins will rise in popularity such as VTC, ETC, RVN, and ERG.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yup, and so does VTC

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

PIVX has been around a while, and I have been watching it underwhelm since 2017 (price wise). I really want to like it, along with other interesting and long standing projects (i.e XMR, NAV, and VTC), but it seems new hype is where the money is. I'd love to see it flourish but my money is elsewhere. I love the idea of privacy projects, but am a bit pessimistic about them. Do you like Dero?

Mentions:#PIVX#XMR#VTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

1: selling VTC for XRP & LTC when it was tanking during a 51% attack and being delisted. Doing this, I 'saved' what I was losing with VTC. 2: mining ETH throughout 2021. Those two things alone have taught me quite a lot about cryptocurrency. Now we are in a good position with Defi projects coming online and people throwing money at them. Makes for easy investing decisions. Now I've got a more solid long-term investment plan, which is amazing for someone in their early 30's. By 50 I could be sitting really comfy and actually have plans to retire when I want to.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Anyone remember VTC? oh those were the days

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Is anyone else here mining VTC?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Im mining VTC with my GPU

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You can also make a decent profit mining VTC, and even play games while you do it.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

VTC

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yeah I held off buying a new GPU but after a couple years I gave up and got a 3070. Unfortunately it is LHR…but it still is as good as my R9 fury at mining VTC

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What coin do you mine? I know the majority mine ETH or RVN. I primarily mined VTC last year. What about you guys?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I’m thinking of selling my mined VTC for ALGO. Hmmmm

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

$VTC Vertcoin. Big bag of -85%. Not a good decision.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The best thing to do if you are setting up to arbitrage trade is have a set amount of the currency on each of the exchanges. For example, you would by $200 of VTC on the cheapest exchange, and then transfer $100 of that to the other exchange. Therefore, you would be left with $100 in each. If you see an opportunity that you wish to capitalise on, then you can sell on one exchange, and at the same time buy on the other exchange, to gain money whilst still maintaining the same amount of coins.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

VTC

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What coins are people buying NOW in anticipation of ETH 2.0 GPU shake up? Me: VTC, ETC, RVN

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I agree, but in a world with an unlimited number of blockchains, wouldn't you rather have a vote on monetary policy? As Satoshi stated, 1 CPU = 1 Vote. That is why Vertcoin (VTC) stays true to this vision with 1 GPU = 1 Vote.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Vertcoin (VTC): Created in 2014, follows Bitcoin development, taproot activated, good community, this coin will see $10+ again. And plus in a world with an unlimited number of blockchains, wouldn't you rather have a vote on monetary policy? As Satoshi stated, 1 CPU = 1 Vote. That is why Vertcoin (VTC) stays true to this vision with 1 GPU = 1 Vote.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

At what point do people stop cheering on billionaires owning all the supply? Would this community be happy if Saylor owned 40% of BTC? 51%? 70%? At what point do we stop being happy for billionaires scooping up the BTC? In a world with an unlimited number of blockchains, wouldn't you rather have a vote on monetary policy? As Satoshi stated, 1 CPU = 1 Vote. That is why Vertcoin (VTC) stays true to this vision with 1 GPU = 1 Vote.

Mentions:#BTC#CPU#VTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I get this. I was just starting to learn and didn't know what was safe to use for wallets or exchanges etc. I missed buying LTC around $4. I had $1000 to invest. Did a little mining instead on NiceHack... Lost that balance due to their negligence. Then switched to mining VTC exclusively with 3 gpu's. Traded that when it tanked hard (sadly), and glad I did. Still learning, still investing small amounts. I like where everything is going though, love seeing the adoption and diversity in cryptocurrency technologies.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

VTC is a bomb waiting to go off

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Man. Everyone posting coins that have exceeded ATH this past year. Imma HODL my VTC, Neo, Nano, Adex, REQ. and of course VET and LINK! Theyll move up one of these days

r/BitcoinSee Comment

No unfortunately not, you could mine another POW coin like GRS or VTC and then convert them to BTC though

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Nice post, but you forgot verthash - ASIC résistant algo from VTC

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It's not true. All 51% attacks were on the same algorithm, and that were unsucessfull attacks - no exchange were robbed. Just the opposite like in other coins e.g. ETC where exchanges were severly robbed (check via Google). Now both ETC and VTC have demanded to not be listed on Nicehash and thanks to this are two most safe GPU coins against 51% attacks. And all GPU coins present on Nicehash like RVN, ERGO etc - are in real danger of it.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

VTC, god help me I never sell anything…

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Definitely will mine VTC, although that’s what I already do. It’s in the top 5 profitable coins as of now.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Literally whatever is most profitable at the time, there is so much hashrate on ETH though, I can't see anything being profitable until people start dropping off and selling cards. Alt coins I'm mining now are FLUX, ERG, ETC, VTC, RVN.. depending on profitably.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I hope VTC gets a good portion of those miners, wouldn't mind pumping my bags a bit😅

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Have a look at VTC. You can mine it while gaming.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I too miss VTC. Think I still have some sitting around in the core wallet somewhere.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Vertcoin has the most sophisticated GPU hashing algorithm of all, its called Verthash. Verthash uses a fraction of the energy that Ravencoin does and if you want to get a longer life out of your GPU then VTC is the choice. Ultimately, mines will mine the most profitable coins so market price will dictate more heavily than GPU algorithm. But technically, Verthash is the #1 GPU mining algo.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

They will recognize how powerful the verthash algorithm is. #VTC The sleeping giant will be awake soon...

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

VTC (Vertcoin)

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Weird seeing people here suddenly taking about VTC. It's down 94% from it's ATH, which was in 2017. Personally have a friend that lost an incredible amount of money on it. Also it's subreddit is pretty dead and I haven't seen people really talking about it until the last couple of days. Makes you think.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Weird seeing people here suddenly taking about VTC. It's down 94% from it's ATH, which was in 2017. Personally have a friend that lost an incredible amount of money on it. Also it's subreddit is pretty dead and I haven't seen people really talking about it until the last couple of days. Makes you think.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

A good friend of mine lost $75,000 on VTC in the 2018 crash.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Just some info about VTC if you aren’t too familiar with it: It has 63mil of its 84mil supply in circulation. Only 21mil left to enter circulation. The halving just happened a few days ago, and taproot went live 73 days before BTC. It is also super easy to mine using it’s One click miner, and you can even mine while playing video games.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> the withdrawals timeframe the withdrawals timeframe is more or less the same as the others...and yes CoinEX is legit even if it's no KYC for small amounts (this is good), also I like it because it's one of the few exchanges that has Vertcoin ( VTC )...if you need another no-KYC exchange there is also Changelly (normal Changelly, Changelly PRO is with KYC)...

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No, because "The People's Coin" has been the slogan of Vertcoin ( VTC ) for years...

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Just some info about VTC if you aren’t too familiar with it: It has 63mil of its 84mil supply in circulation. Only 21mil left to enter circulation. The halving just happened a few days ago, and taproot went live 72 days before BTC. It is also super easy to mine using it’s One click miner, and you can even mine while playing video games.

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