We should not dwell on today’s negative news for too long, as there are some positive prospects on the horizon for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, in the form of LazyCoins, a cryptocurrency exchange set to launch soon.
* All coding for LazyCoins is being done from scratch, so it’s far from a copy and paste job. This is a good thing of course, as we don’t need more clones of things that already exist right now.
* There are two developers behind LazyCoins, both of them focusing on both user experience, as well as very tight security measures. As we have all learned from recent past, security can make or break any cryptocurrency service.
* Frontend development is being done by an external company, based in London, called DoubleClickMedia. This choice has been made to allow the LazyCoins website to both look and operate smoothly.
So what will LazyCoins actually offer that is different from other cryptocurrency exchanges? There are a few important things that you can look forward to :
* Any new cryptocurrency will be listed immediately, but there are a few requirements. First of all, there can be no massive premine or no fishy coding going on. Secondly, any valid scam accusations made in regards to your coin or any of its developers, will result in delisting of your coin.
* No cryptocurrency will ever have to pay to be listed on the LazyCoins exchange. This will (hopefully) lead to a lot of Bitcoin flowing in to LazyCoins, instead of coins flowing out of LazyCoins to other competing exchanges.
You may have noticed that there is a lot of buzz in regards to LazyCoins already. This has been done deliberately, as the aim is to have at least 2000 Twitter followers before the exchange is launched. Following LazyCoins on Twitter will automatically enter you into some of the upcoming giveaways, such as the 1 million DogeCoin giveaway.
Over 1 year of researching, mining for startup funds and sleepless nights have gone into the development of LazyCoins. We can only hope to see all these efforts pay off in the end, as the goal for LazyCoins is to become a major altcoin exchange.
LazyCoins is based in the UK, and if legislation doesn’t ruin the plans, this could become a very big project. We will keep you updated as we find out more and get closer to the launch date of LazyCoins.