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How many bitcoin clones are out there?

I mean people changing the name, the hashing algorithm and a few more parameters and creating a new coin that just keeps on copying bitcoin's source code in eternity?

Is there a list of those somewhere?

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My favourite today is mapofcoins.com

You can browse alt-coins list here: coinwik.org

You can compare coins here: coinplorer.com/Hardware/CurrenciesComparison

There is forum, cryptocointalk

See, here coingen.bluematt.me and +10 hidden market places with constructors.

You can't find full list of all alt-coins. It doesn't exist.

Number of alt-coins grows so fast. Probably, every day there are appear 10-20 alt-coins. This is unstoppable trend. In the Jan of 2015 there will be more than 1000 alt-coins in one hundred percent.


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  • Great resources +1 – Doug Peters Apr 14 '14 at 17:08
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A list of relevant cryptocurrencies and their differences can be found on the wiki. Also (almost) every new altcoin starts with a thread on Bitcointalk, where all necessary information should be stated in an announcement. See also this article about alternative chains on the wiki.

  • Are all these bitcoin clones? I mean, copied and modified from the original repository? +1 – Doug Peters Apr 14 '14 at 6:04
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Creating a coin is so easy that it would be impossible to list them; people could create a coin and set up nodes with their friends, without talking about it online.

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