An Alt-coin generally means a Bitcoin clone with it’s own Block chain. I think that most Bitcoin fans have a favorite alt-coin. My favorite alt-coin is Maza (formerly known as Mazacoin).
Maza has a low price, but it stands for social justice for Indigenous people. I think that once we get over the hurdle of the quantity of coins on the market, it will start to pick-up. It is nice that the barrier to entry is still low and that you can buy $7 worth at a time and that is because of the on-line exchanges’ dust transaction rules.
This is my 2+ year weekly price of 1 Million Maza (as of November 2017). I use 1 Million because 1 Maza is a fraction of a penny currently. I get this price by multiplying the price of Bitcoin in USD by the price of Maza in Bitcoin. I then multiply that number by 1 Million so that I don’t have to deal with the decimals.
BTC/USD x MZC/BTC = MZC/USD ( x 1 Million = USD price for 1 Million Maza)
$10,000 x .00000005 = $0.000500 ( x 1,000,000 = $500 )
Another way to look at it is Maza per USD.
This shows how many Maza you could get for 1 USD for the last 2+ years. There is a big chance that we won’t really be able to get 5,000 Maza for 1 USD (since May 2017) anymore if the trend continues. Of course some future goals will be to grow to 1 Maza per US penny and forward!
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