Launched January 9, 2014. 30s blocks, 40-coin block award. ‘Alien420’ made the announcement, ‘Hendo420’ is a dev. Both accounts have ID hidden. Appears to be largely a clone of 42coin – in fact, the initial client attempted to use the same RPC port so you couldn’t have both at once. Launch announcement claimed there was a 1% premise and a 200M coin total money supply. On Jan 11, block explorer revealed a 200M coin premise and source code revealed a 400M coin total money supply. On Jan 12, the existing blockchain was abandoned and the alien coin was relaunched with a 2M coin premise and a 200M coin money supply. Arrived at an exchange on March 15, 2014, when its market capitalization was about $1000. Market cap most recently seen on 16 June 2014 was $4046
Is AlienCoin a Scam?
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