Introduce yourself thread

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Introduce yourself thread

Postby AndrewSF » Wed Nov 19, 2014 11:18 pm


My name is Andrew the founder of a crypto-currency consulting company in San Francisco. A friend told me about CryptoNote and I thought I would introduce myself to the community. I am also an officer of the International Ripple Business Association and talk to people around the globe about adopting crypto-currencies. I look forward to sharing and learning from everyone in the forum.

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Re: Introduce yourself thread

Postby Maurice.P » Fri Nov 21, 2014 2:53 pm

Hi Andrew,

Welcome to the CryptoNote community! If you have any questions, please feel free to post them on the forum or contact us via email.
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Re: Introduce yourself thread

Postby LumbridgeCity » Sat Jun 06, 2015 1:26 am

I am pretty new to the cryptcurrency world, but researching all the coins I can to find those that are based on really unique technology or offerings - not just another bitcoin clone.

There will be a day when the second generation coins overtake bitcoin because they take that genius platform and add innovation to make it better, stronger, faster...

While I knew about Monero, I did not know it was based on the CryptoNote technology. Glad to have been sent here by the Trollchat on Poloniex!

Edit- wanted to add this link and ask about the family tree of CryptoNote coins -


I'll be browsing each of the coins listed here and on
but would welcome some direction!

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Re: Introduce yourself thread

Postby Catherine_Erwin » Mon Jun 08, 2015 6:09 pm

Hello, LumbridgeCity.
Thank you for your interest in CryptoNote technology. To know more about CryptoNote-based currencies, please, check the list of them at our website: There are links to their official websites, where you can find more information about them. Also, we have a special forum section for CryptoNotes discussion:
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