Not sure if mentioning other coins is that far off the rails, considering BTC, ETH, etc. are also mentioned all the time w/r/t MAID. So the title isn’t necessarily saying that other coins are taboo to talk about.
But anyway, I don’t like completely dumping a coin—particularly when it “comes from” these forums—even if there is something about it that caused it to not be “good”/integral anymore (e.g. SAFEX). I’d still be holding SAFEX, but I got too much of an other party involved (i.e. Mom!! I convinced her to convince myself to sell it, by explaining to her that the designer didn’t really stick with his pure original promises), which influenced my decision to sell literally ALL of it, at 250-260 satoshi… coincidentally: just before it Really exploded. Basically what I’m getting at is that any coin that I learn about from these forums, I have a general, “don’t sell any of it unless absolutely necessary, and then only a little bit” rule, just because I like this place so much, regardless of developer integrity. Illogical, I know. (But it’s done me well so far more than anything in “crypto.” Oh, and obviously Maidsafe has integrity, even if it’s impossible to pinpoint time-frames and even new coding implementations.) I really don’t want to cause myself to be convinced to sell that much ever again. Just, with Gamerbits, I feel like the “game”-plan (haha) is already SO set in stone, that it’s impossible to not see the amazing potential it has for growth, in three areas: market crowd interest in buying up the low $900,000 ICO; investing it into MAID (a lot of it, in my opinionated case) later; the impact of the “bits” concept itself, what with Twitch and eSports and all. I’m definitely on the sidelines of being interested what happens to it, more than other coins on CMC—merely because it’s on this website, & I apparently don’t have any not-that-close friends anymore (who would be close friends with those that don’t HOLDL?), to lead me on to some good coins out there.
I basically wanted to get to that final point, but I typed a bunch of words to lead up to it, oops.