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Which NEW crypto asset are you most interested in?


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We want to know which crypto assets you are most interested in. Use the voting tool below to pick which of the seven you are most interested in (Question 1), and then any other crypto assets you are also interested in (Question 2). Please include your Q1 answer in your Q2 choices.

Votes will remain anonymous to others on the public trading forum, but they could help shape the future of IG. Polls will remain open until July 31st so make sure you cast your vote and share the page with others who you know are interested in crypto.

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Which NEW crypto asset are you most interested in?  

44 members have voted

  1. 1. I am most interested in... (pick one)

    • Dash
      2
    • EOS
      7
    • ETC
      2
    • IOTA
      4
    • Monero
      2
    • NEO
      6
    • Stellar
      19
  2. 2. I am also interested in... (multiple choice)

    • Dash
      17
    • EOS
      24
    • ETC
      13
    • IOTA
      16
    • Monero
      13
    • NEO
      17
    • Stellar
      19

This poll is closed to new votes


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The briefest of brief overviews of the crypto assets above. 

Dash - An open source peer-to-peer cryptocurrency with a focus on instant transactions, and private, self governed organizational structure. This was actually a fork of the original bitcoin software.

EOS - previously a cryptocurrency token issued on the Ethereum network, EOS now has it's own mainnet and claims to operate as a smart contract platform "for the deployment of decentralized applications and a decentralized autonomous corporation."

ETC - known as Ethereum Classic, the ETC cryptocoin split from the more popular ethereum network after the DAO incident. 

IOTA - rather than a blockchain this coin promotes a web or 'tangle' of connections, and is aimed for use in the 'internet of things'. 

Monero - created in 2014 this coin focuses on decentralization and privacy. In the same way as bitcoin and other cryptos this coin uses a public ledger to record transactions and new units are created via mining. 

NEO - Aka the Chinese version of Ethereum and formerly referred to as 'ant shares'.

Stellar - Founded by Jed McCaleb (founder of Mt Gox and co-founder of Ripple) in 2014, Stellar aims to work as a payments network with a focus on non-profits and the developing world.  

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Very keen on this one. Think it's cheesy but the 'built by traders for traders' thing should be followed more and its good to get the vote of the people who are trading on ig

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  • JamesIG unfeatured this topic

I always wonder on this 'partnership' articles how much importance they actually have when it comes to the names. Obviously the ethereum foundation really benefited from those names in the EEA which caused a significant spike, but now I feel the media just jump on it without going into the details.

  1. what does IBM actually plan to do?
  2. what is their investment? either monetary or dedicated resources?
  3. any roadmap on this one?

would be interested to hear peoples ideas.

Phil

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