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A couple of critical early supporters are moving on to other projects. I believe it's likely this project will stop soon. Debitcoin is decentralized P2P software, it will exist if people want it to, but there hasn't been enough adoption. It's OK, there are a lot of great projects going, thanks to all who supported DBTC.



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March 11, 2018, 02:27:13 AM
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A couple of critical early supporters are moving on to other projects. I believe it's likely this project will stop soon. Debitcoin is decentralized P2P software, it will exist if people want it to, but there hasn't been enough adoption. It's OK, there are a lot of great projects going, thanks to all who supported DBTC.





Hello NCM,

Thank you for the heads up and most important for being honest and coming to us with this news.  There is a lot of coins out there where the Dev's just completely disappear and never reach out to coin/token holders.  Now I do have a question... Suppose that DBTC someday shot through roof to, lets say, $8.00 a coin or more.  Would Dev's come back or would a new team take over the coin to make it better?

Thank you,

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A couple of critical early supporters are moving on to other projects. I believe it's likely this project will stop soon. Debitcoin is decentralized P2P software, it will exist if people want it to, but there hasn't been enough adoption. It's OK, there are a lot of great projects going, thanks to all who supported DBTC.





Hello NCM,

Thank you for the heads up and most important for being honest and coming to us with this news.  There is a lot of coins out there where the Dev's just completely disappear and never reach out to coin/token holders.  Now I do have a question... Suppose that DBTC someday shot through roof to, lets say, $8.00 a coin or more.  Would Dev's come back or would a new team take over the coin to make it better?

Thank you,

CryptoLion

Yes, all things are possible and anyone can do work or promote DBTC. For instance, the current website or Android wallet could go offline, but anyone could build another. I just wanted to give a status update as I see it. Thanks
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March 8, 2018
A couple of critical early supporters are moving on to other projects. I believe it's likely this project will stop soon. Debitcoin is decentralized P2P software, it will exist if people want it to, but there hasn't been enough adoption. It's OK, there are a lot of great projects going, thanks to all who supported DBTC.





Hello NCM,

Thank you for the heads up and most important for being honest and coming to us with this news.  There is a lot of coins out there where the Dev's just completely disappear and never reach out to coin/token holders.  Now I do have a question... Suppose that DBTC someday shot through roof to, lets say, $8.00 a coin or more.  Would Dev's come back or would a new team take over the coin to make it better?

Thank you,

CryptoLion

Yes, all things are possible and anyone can do work or promote DBTC. For instance, the current website or Android wallet could go offline, but anyone could build another. I just wanted to give a status update as I see it. Thanks

Thanks NCM -
I appreciate you responding.  I personally believe that DBTC is not even close to dead.  This coin will Survive & Thrive!!!  Come back and read this message in about 12-24 months and you will see... Grin

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Debitcoin needs a small amount of scrypt hash power, just to keep the chain going. Because 99.99% of the coins have already been mined, anyone willing to do this won't make money, but it will keep the project alive.
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March 22, 2018, 03:43:49 PM
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March 8, 2018
A couple of critical early supporters are moving on to other projects. I believe it's likely this project will stop soon. Debitcoin is decentralized P2P software, it will exist if people want it to, but there hasn't been enough adoption. It's OK, there are a lot of great projects going, thanks to all who supported DBTC.




Thank you for sharing your information  Smiley Smiley
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May 30, 2018, 02:03:33 PM
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Anything new? has there been any progress? I can't run the wallet.
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May 30, 2018, 02:23:28 PM
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maybe this need a remake with a more professional handling, and of course, need enough power for it, thanks for the notification, btw
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November 23, 2018, 01:18:44 PM
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What is the official website of DBTC?
Can you provide a link here?

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November 23, 2018, 01:42:13 PM
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What is the official website of DBTC?
Can you provide a link here?
Just like a chicken who has lost its mother.
It is very regrettable for projects that are absent but left behind.

Certainly the main website is also abandoned because by creating a website you also have to use money.
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