derbagni wrote:ajs wrote:derbagni wrote:I think for someone who does this as a hobby and doesn't keep up to date on every coin out there, some sort of graphical representation of coins you can get paid out in that shows relative market cap and liquidity in the market would be useful (even if just a spreadsheet would be fine). Even if not pretty, just having that information available without having to look up each coin individually might make the research process easier for individuals.
For instance, if I want to branch out from the well known coins, I could sort the coins that are offered for payout by Prohashing by market cap and/or liquidty, and use that as my starting point. For me personally, I stay away from very small marketcap and even very low liquidity coins. While it may not be all that beneficial for some people, I think for those that are newer to mining it might provide a useful bit of information.
These resources might be useful to you.
I appreciate it, but I think that the issue is more being able to quickly look at specifically what coins prohashing offers for payout and having an idea of the coins relative size. If only the top 100 were available then it would be easy, but I dont even recognize 75% of the payout options so its daunting to try and look up every one. But if I could see that Titcoin has almost no volume or market cap, then i wouldn't waste my time.
What statistics are you looking for to be displayed for these coins? Constance could add the ability to see basic statistics when the coin is selected in the "Payout Proportions" box.
But we need to know what specific statistics we would need, and where we could obtain those statistics. We would need to be able to obtain them from an automated source, which does not have commercial use restrictions.