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No.35666

I've been getting more and more interested in Ethereum and the different Tokens created on it. the ones that seem interesting to me are 1ST (https://firstblood.io) which apparently lets you challenge people in e-sports for tokens and GNT (https://golem.network/) which will apparently allow people to rent out their cpu\gpu to render people's videos or whatever else people can think of and gain tokens as a reward.

What tokens are you interested in and what exchanges do you use for acquiring the tokens?

  No.35713

>tokens
Why are you using this word? Any ways, I started mining litecoin recently, realized it was a dead end, got the fuarrrk out, what now.

  No.35718

>>35713
>I started mining litecoin recently, realized it was a dead end, got the fuarrrk out, what now.
I think litecoin has a great chance of really breaking out actually. It has 4x capacity vs bitcoin and is 4x faster. Apparently a big mining pool confirmed they would support segregated witness, and has already had months to develop software to support it, so they could signal at any time. So the soft fork that bitcoin failed to do will at some stage suddenly get 65% support on litecoin, and on litecoin it only needs 75% support (rather than bitcoins stupid 95%). It wIll get huge publicity when this happens. It's like it fixes all of bitcoins problems with a few small changes. Bitcoin is dangerous atm and people will be looking for somewhere to go... a clone with the just the problems fixed looks like a safe place to me. Not touching ethereum after it's had such a huge rally

  No.35719

>>35713
because the thread is about ethereum tokens not cryptocurrencies