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January 31, 2019, 04:15:17 AM
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The Stratis swap for Blitz never happened, BUT, a deal was made and documented.

Value for Blitz comes from either/or:
1- Chris Trew honoring the deal he made with Blitz 'executives'
2- Chris Trew honoring the Stratis whitepaper and making Blitz (the first) sidechain of Stratis

As much as I agree with the history you posted, Blitz hodlers will get nothing unless they take legal action now, which is very unlikely.

You do realize Chris Trew is one of the largest Blitz whales, it's very likely he (and other Stratis insiders) would actually end up better off if the 1/6 revenue split with Blitz investors was enforced by a court order. The deal has never been officially denied by stratis dev team, not once!

Stratis is a legal entity in the UK run by known people, they might have decided years ago the inevitability of Stratis being legally challenged to honor the original deal offered to Blitz, and hence their decision to mothball Blitz sidechain project and start quietly accumulating cheap 'dead' coins.

When I stake Blitz I regularly get +30 connections, not bad for a 'dead' coin Smiley
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January 31, 2019, 04:26:50 AM
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When I stake Blitz I regularly get +30 connections, not bad for a 'dead' coin Smiley

I agree blitz is still worth hodling & staking. Overall Stratis dev team & Chris personally have exceeded my expectations, so I wouldn't be surprised if they have a plan for Blitz up their sleave ready for the next bull market.
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January 31, 2019, 08:27:58 AM
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The Stratis swap for Blitz never happened, BUT, a deal was made and documented.

Value for Blitz comes from either/or:
1- Chris Trew honoring the deal he made with Blitz 'executives'
2- Chris Trew honoring the Stratis whitepaper and making Blitz (the first) sidechain of Stratis

As much as I agree with the history you posted, Blitz hodlers will get nothing unless they take legal action now, which is very unlikely.

You do realize Chris Trew is one of the largest Blitz whales, it's very likely he (and other Stratis insiders) would actually end up better off if the 1/6 revenue split with Blitz investors was enforced by a court order. The deal has never been officially denied by stratis dev team, not once!

Stratis is a legal entity in the UK run by known people, they might have decided years ago the inevitability of Stratis being legally challenged to honor the original deal offered to Blitz, and hence their decision to mothball Blitz sidechain project and start quietly accumulating cheap 'dead' coins.

When I stake Blitz I regularly get +30 connections, not bad for a 'dead' coin Smiley


Whilst I have to agree you have valid arguments on this situation what I don't agree with is the 30+ connections as an index of health of this project : I read it as several people with their bags full of this dead coin and trying to keep it alive in the hope of getting back some value out of them sooner or later.
Hope am wrong on this anyway.
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January 31, 2019, 08:19:22 PM
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I wish i know the guy who holds and stake 9.4% of total supply.

As much as I agree with the history you posted, Blitz hodlers will get nothing unless they take legal action now, which is very unlikely.

Very unlikely ? And why ?
The choice on their part not to communicate for more than a year is a shame. This is the exact opposite of what the blockchain should be.
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February 07, 2019, 07:40:25 PM
Last edit: February 07, 2019, 07:54:54 PM by buta
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https://chainz.cryptoid.info/blitz/block.dws?2539745.htm
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/blitz/block.dws?2539716.htm
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/blitz/block.dws?2539722.htm
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/blitz/block.dws?2539709.htm
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/blitz/block.dws?2539694.htm
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/blitz/block.dws?2539687.htm

IDK what's going on (some tests, probably) but wtf  Huh
+the guy behind the wallet was probably an very early dev. The wallet exists since early 2015.
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February 07, 2019, 07:45:25 PM
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guys....dead manipulated shitcoin owned by mainly the devs and his pals, and pumpers.

let it die.

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March 01, 2019, 12:27:34 AM
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When Chris was asked to comment on Blitzcash becoming (one of the first) sidechain(s) on the Stratisplatform this was his answer:

"When I said the first sidechain I meant the first externally deployed and maintained sidechain! Which has still not been created, we are available to assist and support the blitz team in deploying one but we cannot force then unfortunately"

Seems like the initiative lies with the Blitz community?
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March 01, 2019, 01:23:17 AM
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When Chris was asked to comment on Blitzcash becoming (one of the first) sidechain(s) on the Stratisplatform this was his answer:

"When I said the first sidechain I meant the first externally deployed and maintained sidechain! Which has still not been created, we are available to assist and support the blitz team in deploying one but we cannot force then unfortunately"

Seems like the initiative lies with the Blitz community?

Chris was lead dev of Blitz, so he needs to ask himself, 'am I available to assist and support my own project'

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March 09, 2019, 02:01:31 PM
Last edit: April 04, 2019, 05:01:45 AM by KLONE
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When Chris was asked to comment on Blitzcash becoming (one of the first) sidechain(s) on the Stratisplatform this was his answer:

"When I said the first sidechain I meant the first externally deployed and maintained sidechain! Which has still not been created, we are available to assist and support the blitz team in deploying one but we cannot force then unfortunately"

Seems like the initiative lies with the Blitz community?



Chris Trew made a deal in writing with Blitz whales when he was lead dev of Blitz, everything is documented.

Stratis will end up paying, just like Zuckerberg had to payout the Winklevoss twins for the original FB deal. The numbers just need to be large enough for someone to pull the trigger on legal action.

A deal is a deal!!
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