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April 29, 2017, 12:25:14 PM
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April 29, 2017, 01:27:18 PM
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Yup dev quit, will probably be delisted from bittrex too, volume is too low and no dev

                                 
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April 29, 2017, 01:48:19 PM
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Yup dev quit, will probably be delisted from bittrex too, volume is too low and no dev

Let's not jump the gun.

CZ promised that bbr will get development.

Blockologist was never a developer.

Clintar2 and CZ are the developers we can say blockologist was perhaps a marketeer or dreamer. Anyway those dreams were fun for a while but now we have to wait and rely on CZ and Clintar2.

It may be the case that block chain company or blockologist (may be the company in his own dreams) simply want the price down to 2-5k to accumulate and regain interest again. you know how these things go.

So we were trapped between someone that wanted to do everything but could do nothing really and a person who could do anything who does nothing (observable) .that battle of giants seems to have been sorted out

We have a guy that has a proven high skilll level but he is but one person and probably has a full time job and no funding from this project ....

Of course he may not want this but how about we set up a block tax for clintar2 to help fund him to help bbr too? and increase cz dev fund tax to boost his incentive?

It is in the hands of the gods now.... i will hold for now with my mini stack. BBR demise or glory it is.

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April 29, 2017, 02:47:21 PM
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Yup dev quit, will probably be delisted from bittrex too, volume is too low and no dev
If it's dead, why would someone set ~7 BTC buy order at trex? or 9 BTC at polo?

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April 29, 2017, 04:49:42 PM
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Yup dev quit, will probably be delisted from bittrex too, volume is too low and no dev
If it's dead, why would someone set ~7 BTC buy order at trex? or 9 BTC at polo?

Well for midterm its mostly dead, unless CZ or clintar release something but this is mostly based on hope.   And i never said that this couldn't be traded.  It will simply fade over time and maybe later another dev will pick this up...

                                 
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April 29, 2017, 04:52:16 PM
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Yup dev quit, will probably be delisted from bittrex too, volume is too low and no dev
If it's dead, why would someone set ~7 BTC buy order at trex? or 9 BTC at polo?

Indeed, i can only hope it is someone who plans on helping with the development and this buy in will make it worth their time.
Pray it is CZ or clintar2 who will hit their threshold holdings for going bbr mad Smiley

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500% increase. Why such thing ?
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April 30, 2017, 04:02:33 PM
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I'm glad you tried but in the end you need designers and coders that can actually do something. Talking and dreaming is fun but then it's back to reality in the end.

If there had of been some coding and real development that was evident to polo then perhaps it would not have been delisted.

At the end of the day, I welcome these posts because they expose who people truly are.  In this case, we learned that this person was not legitimate; a legitimate project must prove itself before it should be listed on a major exchange.  This individual shows reverse thinking and possibly due to trading on the side.  One point I mentioned in our post:
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As for Boolberry, we’ll see what happens – I remain highly skeptical of anything with it, even though Boolberry is sound from an economic and technical view (it lacks a visionary leader – which is unfortunate). But many people realize that if the project “dies” again, they could do what I just described. Also, they’re realizing they could do this with other cryptosphere projects too. And ultimately, this may lead to less crypto-spam, which benefits all of us.
We all learned that blockologist wasn't the real deal - we can now ignore people associated with him and his future efforts.  That's been a worthy lesson.  As for XBB or BBR (whatever it is now), it's probably dead even with solid technical and economic fundamentals.  Only a visionary leader who will see this through can resurrect this, but I highly doubt that will happen.

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May 01, 2017, 03:41:58 AM
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Ever bother looking at the market? You drama queens with your new accounts can move on now!
Once this two sided shitstorm clears maybe some devs will stepup and do this coin justice.
In the meanwhile I will sit on my stash and continue to mine.

I rarely post in discussion forums but your all so fake and conceded this has been an interesting read, Stephen King has now officially lost his spot as my favorite science fiction writer!

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Ever bother looking at the market? You drama queens with your new accounts can move on now!
Once this two sided shitstorm clears maybe some devs will stepup and do this coin justice.
In the meanwhile I will sit on my stash and continue to mine.

I rarely post in discussion forums but your all so fake and conceded this has been an interesting read, Stephen King has now officially lost his spot as my favorite science fiction writer!


You know its more profitable to mine ETH or mostly anything else and to buy BBR right?

                                 
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May 01, 2017, 10:16:51 PM
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I'm glad you tried but in the end you need designers and coders that can actually do something. Talking and dreaming is fun but then it's back to reality in the end.

If there had of been some coding and real development that was evident to polo then perhaps it would not have been delisted.

At the end of the day, I welcome these posts because they expose who people truly are.  In this case, we learned that this person was not legitimate; a legitimate project must prove itself before it should be listed on a major exchange.  This individual shows reverse thinking and possibly due to trading on the side.  One point I mentioned in our post:
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As for Boolberry, we’ll see what happens – I remain highly skeptical of anything with it, even though Boolberry is sound from an economic and technical view (it lacks a visionary leader – which is unfortunate). But many people realize that if the project “dies” again, they could do what I just described. Also, they’re realizing they could do this with other cryptosphere projects too. And ultimately, this may lead to less crypto-spam, which benefits all of us.
We all learned that blockologist wasn't the real deal - we can now ignore people associated with him and his future efforts.  That's been a worthy lesson.  As for XBB or BBR (whatever it is now), it's probably dead even with solid technical and economic fundamentals.  Only a visionary leader who will see this through can resurrect this, but I highly doubt that will happen.

the only thing that would prevent delisting at this point was the database improvement. the volume and growth was already apparent, a product of my involvement.

I did some development, inspired some other contributors and paid some developers. I usually stayed silent so as not to influence the market and stuck with the bi-weekly updates for any material news, which occurred on a known frequency. I think that negates most of what you're saying.

A more accurate description is saying Boolberry got delisted from Blockchain Development Company just like it got delisted from Poloniex: because it doesn't make business sense anymore. For Poloniex, the line in the sand was the RAM requirements, for my company its the lack of liquid market.

Take the baton and run with it, because thats what I did. Some things worked and some things didn't. Business and revenues are up from this public project, its a pretty good story, from a perspective you're not considering. There is plenty of opportunity to make your boolberry holdings way more valuable than they are.

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May 01, 2017, 10:22:39 PM
 #752

I'm glad you tried but in the end you need designers and coders that can actually do something. Talking and dreaming is fun but then it's back to reality in the end.

If there had of been some coding and real development that was evident to polo then perhaps it would not have been delisted.

At the end of the day, I welcome these posts because they expose who people truly are.  In this case, we learned that this person was not legitimate; a legitimate project must prove itself before it should be listed on a major exchange.  This individual shows reverse thinking and possibly due to trading on the side.  One point I mentioned in our post:
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As for Boolberry, we’ll see what happens – I remain highly skeptical of anything with it, even though Boolberry is sound from an economic and technical view (it lacks a visionary leader – which is unfortunate). But many people realize that if the project “dies” again, they could do what I just described. Also, they’re realizing they could do this with other cryptosphere projects too. And ultimately, this may lead to less crypto-spam, which benefits all of us.
We all learned that blockologist wasn't the real deal - we can now ignore people associated with him and his future efforts.  That's been a worthy lesson.  As for XBB or BBR (whatever it is now), it's probably dead even with solid technical and economic fundamentals.  Only a visionary leader who will see this through can resurrect this, but I highly doubt that will happen.

the only thing that would prevent delisting at this point was the database improvement. the volume and growth was already apparent, a product of my involvement.

I did some development, inspired some other contributors and paid some developers. I usually stayed silent so as not to influence the market and stuck with the bi-weekly updates for any material news, which occurred on a known frequency. I think that negates most of what you're saying.

A more accurate description is saying Boolberry got delisted from Blockchain Development Company just like it got delisted from Poloniex: because it doesn't make business sense anymore. For Poloniex, the line in the sand was the RAM requirements, for my company its the lack of liquid market.

Take the baton and run with it, because thats what I did. Some things worked and some things didn't. Business and revenues are up from this public project, its a pretty good story, from a perspective you're not considering. There is plenty of opportunity to make your boolberry holdings way more valuable than they are.

Fair enough you did something. Which was better than nothing. Perhaps we are being a bit ungrateful for what you did. It is probably the disappointment of the moment.

However, you need coders and designers as well as a good front man.

Did polo tell you the ram issue was their main reason for delisting?

I thought there was a bit of progress with this.

Anyway in my experience coins revive well after getting liberated from polo. Going there is a good boost leaving there is not always a bad thing.

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May 01, 2017, 10:44:40 PM
 #753

I'm glad you tried but in the end you need designers and coders that can actually do something. Talking and dreaming is fun but then it's back to reality in the end.

If there had of been some coding and real development that was evident to polo then perhaps it would not have been delisted.

At the end of the day, I welcome these posts because they expose who people truly are.  In this case, we learned that this person was not legitimate; a legitimate project must prove itself before it should be listed on a major exchange.  This individual shows reverse thinking and possibly due to trading on the side.  One point I mentioned in our post:
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As for Boolberry, we’ll see what happens – I remain highly skeptical of anything with it, even though Boolberry is sound from an economic and technical view (it lacks a visionary leader – which is unfortunate). But many people realize that if the project “dies” again, they could do what I just described. Also, they’re realizing they could do this with other cryptosphere projects too. And ultimately, this may lead to less crypto-spam, which benefits all of us.
We all learned that blockologist wasn't the real deal - we can now ignore people associated with him and his future efforts.  That's been a worthy lesson.  As for XBB or BBR (whatever it is now), it's probably dead even with solid technical and economic fundamentals.  Only a visionary leader who will see this through can resurrect this, but I highly doubt that will happen.

the only thing that would prevent delisting at this point was the database improvement. the volume and growth was already apparent, a product of my involvement.

I did some development, inspired some other contributors and paid some developers. I usually stayed silent so as not to influence the market and stuck with the bi-weekly updates for any material news, which occurred on a known frequency. I think that negates most of what you're saying.

A more accurate description is saying Boolberry got delisted from Blockchain Development Company just like it got delisted from Poloniex: because it doesn't make business sense anymore. For Poloniex, the line in the sand was the RAM requirements, for my company its the lack of liquid market.

Take the baton and run with it, because thats what I did. Some things worked and some things didn't. Business and revenues are up from this public project, its a pretty good story, from a perspective you're not considering. There is plenty of opportunity to make your boolberry holdings way more valuable than they are.

So basicaly you're saying that you were dumping coins on the exchange to be able to do business with it... I still think that its the first time i see this in a coin.

                                 
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May 01, 2017, 11:07:51 PM
 #754

I'm glad you tried but in the end you need designers and coders that can actually do something. Talking and dreaming is fun but then it's back to reality in the end.

If there had of been some coding and real development that was evident to polo then perhaps it would not have been delisted.

At the end of the day, I welcome these posts because they expose who people truly are.  In this case, we learned that this person was not legitimate; a legitimate project must prove itself before it should be listed on a major exchange.  This individual shows reverse thinking and possibly due to trading on the side.  One point I mentioned in our post:
Quote
As for Boolberry, we’ll see what happens – I remain highly skeptical of anything with it, even though Boolberry is sound from an economic and technical view (it lacks a visionary leader – which is unfortunate). But many people realize that if the project “dies” again, they could do what I just described. Also, they’re realizing they could do this with other cryptosphere projects too. And ultimately, this may lead to less crypto-spam, which benefits all of us.
We all learned that blockologist wasn't the real deal - we can now ignore people associated with him and his future efforts.  That's been a worthy lesson.  As for XBB or BBR (whatever it is now), it's probably dead even with solid technical and economic fundamentals.  Only a visionary leader who will see this through can resurrect this, but I highly doubt that will happen.

the only thing that would prevent delisting at this point was the database improvement. the volume and growth was already apparent, a product of my involvement.

I did some development, inspired some other contributors and paid some developers. I usually stayed silent so as not to influence the market and stuck with the bi-weekly updates for any material news, which occurred on a known frequency. I think that negates most of what you're saying.

A more accurate description is saying Boolberry got delisted from Blockchain Development Company just like it got delisted from Poloniex: because it doesn't make business sense anymore. For Poloniex, the line in the sand was the RAM requirements, for my company its the lack of liquid market.

Take the baton and run with it, because thats what I did. Some things worked and some things didn't. Business and revenues are up from this public project, its a pretty good story, from a perspective you're not considering. There is plenty of opportunity to make your boolberry holdings way more valuable than they are.

So basicaly you're saying that you were dumping coins on the exchange to be able to do business with it... I still think that its the first time i see this in a coin.

No, you're grasping at straws with that comment

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May 01, 2017, 11:10:28 PM
 #755

I'm glad you tried but in the end you need designers and coders that can actually do something. Talking and dreaming is fun but then it's back to reality in the end.

If there had of been some coding and real development that was evident to polo then perhaps it would not have been delisted.

At the end of the day, I welcome these posts because they expose who people truly are.  In this case, we learned that this person was not legitimate; a legitimate project must prove itself before it should be listed on a major exchange.  This individual shows reverse thinking and possibly due to trading on the side.  One point I mentioned in our post:
Quote
As for Boolberry, we’ll see what happens – I remain highly skeptical of anything with it, even though Boolberry is sound from an economic and technical view (it lacks a visionary leader – which is unfortunate). But many people realize that if the project “dies” again, they could do what I just described. Also, they’re realizing they could do this with other cryptosphere projects too. And ultimately, this may lead to less crypto-spam, which benefits all of us.
We all learned that blockologist wasn't the real deal - we can now ignore people associated with him and his future efforts.  That's been a worthy lesson.  As for XBB or BBR (whatever it is now), it's probably dead even with solid technical and economic fundamentals.  Only a visionary leader who will see this through can resurrect this, but I highly doubt that will happen.

the only thing that would prevent delisting at this point was the database improvement. the volume and growth was already apparent, a product of my involvement.

I did some development, inspired some other contributors and paid some developers. I usually stayed silent so as not to influence the market and stuck with the bi-weekly updates for any material news, which occurred on a known frequency. I think that negates most of what you're saying.

A more accurate description is saying Boolberry got delisted from Blockchain Development Company just like it got delisted from Poloniex: because it doesn't make business sense anymore. For Poloniex, the line in the sand was the RAM requirements, for my company its the lack of liquid market.

Take the baton and run with it, because thats what I did. Some things worked and some things didn't. Business and revenues are up from this public project, its a pretty good story, from a perspective you're not considering. There is plenty of opportunity to make your boolberry holdings way more valuable than they are.

So basicaly you're saying that you were dumping coins on the exchange to be able to do business with it... I still think that its the first time i see this in a coin.

No, you're grasping at straws with that comment

Then can you elaborate why you need a liquid exchange to operates?

                                 
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May 01, 2017, 11:40:23 PM
 #756

I'm glad you tried but in the end you need designers and coders that can actually do something. Talking and dreaming is fun but then it's back to reality in the end.

If there had of been some coding and real development that was evident to polo then perhaps it would not have been delisted.

At the end of the day, I welcome these posts because they expose who people truly are.  In this case, we learned that this person was not legitimate; a legitimate project must prove itself before it should be listed on a major exchange.  This individual shows reverse thinking and possibly due to trading on the side.  One point I mentioned in our post:
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As for Boolberry, we’ll see what happens – I remain highly skeptical of anything with it, even though Boolberry is sound from an economic and technical view (it lacks a visionary leader – which is unfortunate). But many people realize that if the project “dies” again, they could do what I just described. Also, they’re realizing they could do this with other cryptosphere projects too. And ultimately, this may lead to less crypto-spam, which benefits all of us.
We all learned that blockologist wasn't the real deal - we can now ignore people associated with him and his future efforts.  That's been a worthy lesson.  As for XBB or BBR (whatever it is now), it's probably dead even with solid technical and economic fundamentals.  Only a visionary leader who will see this through can resurrect this, but I highly doubt that will happen.

the only thing that would prevent delisting at this point was the database improvement. the volume and growth was already apparent, a product of my involvement.

I did some development, inspired some other contributors and paid some developers. I usually stayed silent so as not to influence the market and stuck with the bi-weekly updates for any material news, which occurred on a known frequency. I think that negates most of what you're saying.

A more accurate description is saying Boolberry got delisted from Blockchain Development Company just like it got delisted from Poloniex: because it doesn't make business sense anymore. For Poloniex, the line in the sand was the RAM requirements, for my company its the lack of liquid market.

Take the baton and run with it, because thats what I did. Some things worked and some things didn't. Business and revenues are up from this public project, its a pretty good story, from a perspective you're not considering. There is plenty of opportunity to make your boolberry holdings way more valuable than they are.

So basicaly you're saying that you were dumping coins on the exchange to be able to do business with it... I still think that its the first time i see this in a coin.

No, you're grasping at straws with that comment

Then can you elaborate why you need a liquid exchange to operates?

The majority of the donations came in the form of bitcoin and monero. So those weren't dumped on the Boolberry market to do business. Does that answer the question or was there another connotation I missed?

Any Boolberry positions I controlled weren't used to cover costs, so they wouldn't be dumped to help my business operate

Many people outside the crypto community were watching the Boolberry markets, and since now you can't even buy $5,000 worth without moving the market on bittrex 300%, its too illiquid for my constituents to consider it.

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May 01, 2017, 11:41:22 PM
 #757

I'm glad you tried but in the end you need designers and coders that can actually do something. Talking and dreaming is fun but then it's back to reality in the end.

If there had of been some coding and real development that was evident to polo then perhaps it would not have been delisted.

At the end of the day, I welcome these posts because they expose who people truly are.  In this case, we learned that this person was not legitimate; a legitimate project must prove itself before it should be listed on a major exchange.  This individual shows reverse thinking and possibly due to trading on the side.  One point I mentioned in our post:
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As for Boolberry, we’ll see what happens – I remain highly skeptical of anything with it, even though Boolberry is sound from an economic and technical view (it lacks a visionary leader – which is unfortunate). But many people realize that if the project “dies” again, they could do what I just described. Also, they’re realizing they could do this with other cryptosphere projects too. And ultimately, this may lead to less crypto-spam, which benefits all of us.
We all learned that blockologist wasn't the real deal - we can now ignore people associated with him and his future efforts.  That's been a worthy lesson.  As for XBB or BBR (whatever it is now), it's probably dead even with solid technical and economic fundamentals.  Only a visionary leader who will see this through can resurrect this, but I highly doubt that will happen.

the only thing that would prevent delisting at this point was the database improvement. the volume and growth was already apparent, a product of my involvement.

I did some development, inspired some other contributors and paid some developers. I usually stayed silent so as not to influence the market and stuck with the bi-weekly updates for any material news, which occurred on a known frequency. I think that negates most of what you're saying.

A more accurate description is saying Boolberry got delisted from Blockchain Development Company just like it got delisted from Poloniex: because it doesn't make business sense anymore. For Poloniex, the line in the sand was the RAM requirements, for my company its the lack of liquid market.

Take the baton and run with it, because thats what I did. Some things worked and some things didn't. Business and revenues are up from this public project, its a pretty good story, from a perspective you're not considering. There is plenty of opportunity to make your boolberry holdings way more valuable than they are.

So basicaly you're saying that you were dumping coins on the exchange to be able to do business with it... I still think that its the first time i see this in a coin.

No, you're grasping at straws with that comment

Then can you elaborate why you need a liquid exchange to operates?

The majority of the donations came in the form of bitcoin and monero. So those weren't dumped on the Boolberry market to do business. Does that answer the question or was there another connotation I missed?

Any Boolberry positions I controlled weren't used to cover costs, so they wouldn't be dumped to help my business operate

Then why do you need a BBR/XBB market at all in order to develop the coin?

                                 
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May 01, 2017, 11:42:04 PM
 #758

I'm glad you tried but in the end you need designers and coders that can actually do something. Talking and dreaming is fun but then it's back to reality in the end.

If there had of been some coding and real development that was evident to polo then perhaps it would not have been delisted.

At the end of the day, I welcome these posts because they expose who people truly are.  In this case, we learned that this person was not legitimate; a legitimate project must prove itself before it should be listed on a major exchange.  This individual shows reverse thinking and possibly due to trading on the side.  One point I mentioned in our post:
Quote
As for Boolberry, we’ll see what happens – I remain highly skeptical of anything with it, even though Boolberry is sound from an economic and technical view (it lacks a visionary leader – which is unfortunate). But many people realize that if the project “dies” again, they could do what I just described. Also, they’re realizing they could do this with other cryptosphere projects too. And ultimately, this may lead to less crypto-spam, which benefits all of us.
We all learned that blockologist wasn't the real deal - we can now ignore people associated with him and his future efforts.  That's been a worthy lesson.  As for XBB or BBR (whatever it is now), it's probably dead even with solid technical and economic fundamentals.  Only a visionary leader who will see this through can resurrect this, but I highly doubt that will happen.

the only thing that would prevent delisting at this point was the database improvement. the volume and growth was already apparent, a product of my involvement.

I did some development, inspired some other contributors and paid some developers. I usually stayed silent so as not to influence the market and stuck with the bi-weekly updates for any material news, which occurred on a known frequency. I think that negates most of what you're saying.

A more accurate description is saying Boolberry got delisted from Blockchain Development Company just like it got delisted from Poloniex: because it doesn't make business sense anymore. For Poloniex, the line in the sand was the RAM requirements, for my company its the lack of liquid market.

Take the baton and run with it, because thats what I did. Some things worked and some things didn't. Business and revenues are up from this public project, its a pretty good story, from a perspective you're not considering. There is plenty of opportunity to make your boolberry holdings way more valuable than they are.

So basicaly you're saying that you were dumping coins on the exchange to be able to do business with it... I still think that its the first time i see this in a coin.

No, you're grasping at straws with that comment

Then can you elaborate why you need a liquid exchange to operates?

The majority of the donations came in the form of bitcoin and monero. So those weren't dumped on the Boolberry market to do business. Does that answer the question or was there another connotation I missed?

Any Boolberry positions I controlled weren't used to cover costs, so they wouldn't be dumped to help my business operate

Then why do you need a BBR/XBB market at all in order to develop the coin?

I added more ^

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May 01, 2017, 11:44:37 PM
 #759

I'm glad you tried but in the end you need designers and coders that can actually do something. Talking and dreaming is fun but then it's back to reality in the end.

If there had of been some coding and real development that was evident to polo then perhaps it would not have been delisted.

At the end of the day, I welcome these posts because they expose who people truly are.  In this case, we learned that this person was not legitimate; a legitimate project must prove itself before it should be listed on a major exchange.  This individual shows reverse thinking and possibly due to trading on the side.  One point I mentioned in our post:
Quote
As for Boolberry, we’ll see what happens – I remain highly skeptical of anything with it, even though Boolberry is sound from an economic and technical view (it lacks a visionary leader – which is unfortunate). But many people realize that if the project “dies” again, they could do what I just described. Also, they’re realizing they could do this with other cryptosphere projects too. And ultimately, this may lead to less crypto-spam, which benefits all of us.
We all learned that blockologist wasn't the real deal - we can now ignore people associated with him and his future efforts.  That's been a worthy lesson.  As for XBB or BBR (whatever it is now), it's probably dead even with solid technical and economic fundamentals.  Only a visionary leader who will see this through can resurrect this, but I highly doubt that will happen.

the only thing that would prevent delisting at this point was the database improvement. the volume and growth was already apparent, a product of my involvement.

I did some development, inspired some other contributors and paid some developers. I usually stayed silent so as not to influence the market and stuck with the bi-weekly updates for any material news, which occurred on a known frequency. I think that negates most of what you're saying.

A more accurate description is saying Boolberry got delisted from Blockchain Development Company just like it got delisted from Poloniex: because it doesn't make business sense anymore. For Poloniex, the line in the sand was the RAM requirements, for my company its the lack of liquid market.

Take the baton and run with it, because thats what I did. Some things worked and some things didn't. Business and revenues are up from this public project, its a pretty good story, from a perspective you're not considering. There is plenty of opportunity to make your boolberry holdings way more valuable than they are.

So basicaly you're saying that you were dumping coins on the exchange to be able to do business with it... I still think that its the first time i see this in a coin.

No, you're grasping at straws with that comment

Then can you elaborate why you need a liquid exchange to operates?

The majority of the donations came in the form of bitcoin and monero. So those weren't dumped on the Boolberry market to do business. Does that answer the question or was there another connotation I missed?

Any Boolberry positions I controlled weren't used to cover costs, so they wouldn't be dumped to help my business operate

Then why do you need a BBR/XBB market at all in order to develop the coin?

I added more ^

And not being able to buy ALOT prevents you from developping the coin? I still don't follow you, can you elaborate more of how not being able to buy more coins prevent you from developing it?

                                 
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May 01, 2017, 11:48:18 PM
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Lokks like some controversy is afoot  Wink
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