Cryptocurrencies typically function using a blockchain, or distributed ledger. This can be extended through "mining" or computing a cryptographic hash, earning a lucky miner some of the currency. However, this is very compute and power intensive, and has an impact on the grid and the environment. There are other methods of generating cryptocurrencies which put the compute and power to a productive use, and through the visualizations we present, we will present a convincing argument that cryptocurrencies that provide scientific, technological, and societal value are better to use than those which do not.