How does Monero compare to Stealthcoin https://stealth.org/

I mean in what ways is Monero better other than it being an older cryptocurrency?


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    Looks like a premine "Blocks 1–10: 23300 XST per Block; Blocks 11- 260: 16 XST per Block; Blocks 261+: 8000 XST per Block" Could be misinterpreting it though
    – koe
    Jan 22 '20 at 1:20
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    Monero is real and functioning. The thing you linked to is full of hyperbole and plans. There's really nothing quite to "compare".
    – jtgrassie
    Jan 22 '20 at 5:26
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    After reading Quantum and Proof-of-Stake I lost interest. Jan 22 '20 at 14:10
  • Thanks for the answers. jtgrassie I think Stealth Coin does exist. If they are still in development how do they have a currency name XST ? You can also buy and sell it. And there is a wallet, and it can be used with Ledger too. coinswitch.co/info/stealth/what-is-stealth They have a payment system for merchants to use, stealthpay.com Stealthcoin wallet stealthcointalk.com/…
    – gloopy
    Jan 23 '20 at 7:43
  1. Stealth.org is a nice pricey domain
  2. Stealthcoin = PoS vs Monero = PoW
  3. Stealthcoin optimizes coinbase rewards to allow very rapid blocks, tradeoff being staker centralization*

* You can only withdraw after mining (staking) the equivalent of a full day worth of blocks, meaning in 1 year, the best case scenario is 365 people get to withdraw.

The project will likely have to age before a fair comparison is really doable.

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