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Author Topic: [ANN][Main] Bitcore- BTX - 1:1 Backed BSC Bridge BTX <->SBTX  (Read 725107 times)
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December 27, 2017, 09:12:27 AM
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Bitcore is much better than Bitcoin hard fork SegWit2x (B2X), yet SegWit2x is $1000+ already and Bitcore only $17,75.

Bitcore:
Maximal Supply: 21 million coins
Maximal Blocksize: 10 MB (20 MB SegWit)
Blocktime: 2.5 minutes
Blockchain: own blockchain (NOT a fork!)

Blockchain Size: ca. 400 MB
Mining Algorithm: timetravel10 (GPU)
Difficulty Algorithm: smooth Diff64_15: 15%, 3 hours
Distribution: airdrops, claiming via snapshot (for BTC holders), mining
Maximal transactions per day: ca. 48 million
SegWit: yes
Replay Protection: not necessary

SegWit2x:
Maximal Supply: 21 million coins
Maximal Blocksize: 4 MB
Blocktime: 2.5 minutes
Blockchain: fork of Bitcoin

Blockchain Size: ?
Mining Algorithm: ?
Difficulty Algorithm: ?
Distribution: claiming via snapshot (for BTC holders), mining
Maximal transactions per day: ?
SegWit: yes

Replay Protection: yes

Bitcore is 40 times faster than Bitcoin!

Now it's a good time for buying more BTX at this price. Buy and HODL, before it's too expensive!
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December 27, 2017, 09:16:25 AM
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Also Zclassic will do a virtual fork, and will become bitcoinPrivate.. there will be many similar coins out there, i hope btx will do something different for let people know it.. or we will just be "one in the mass"
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December 27, 2017, 09:17:09 AM
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Bitcore is much better than Bitcoin hard fork SegWit2x (B2X), yet SegWit2x is $1000+ already and Bitcore only $17,75.

Bitcore:
Maximal Supply: 21 million coins
Maximal Blocksize: 10 MB (20 MB SegWit)
Blocktime: 2.5 minutes
Blockchain: own blockchain (NOT a fork!)

Blockchain Size: ca. 400 MB
Mining Algorithm: timetravel10 (GPU)
Difficulty Algorithm: smooth Diff64_15: 15%, 3 hours
Distribution: airdrops, claiming via snapshot (for BTC holders), mining
Maximal transactions per day: ca. 48 million
SegWit: yes
Replay Protection: not necessary

SegWit2x:
Maximal Supply: 21 million coins
Maximal Blocksize: 4 MB
Blocktime: 2.5 minutes
Blockchain: fork of Bitcoin

Blockchain Size: ?
Mining Algorithm: ?
Difficulty Algorithm: ?
Distribution: claiming via snapshot (for BTC holders), mining
Maximal transactions per day: ?
SegWit: yes

Replay Protection: yes

Bitcore is 40 times faster than Bitcoin!

Now it's a good time for buying more BTX at this price. Buy and HODL, before it's too expensive!

That's why I HODL Bitcore. Bitcore is underrated.
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December 27, 2017, 09:26:06 AM
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Also Zclassic will do a virtual fork, and will become bitcoinPrivate.. there will be many similar coins out there, i hope btx will do something different for let people know it.. or we will just be "one in the mass"

So many garbage coins.  They ruined the bitcoin brand.

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December 27, 2017, 09:27:25 AM
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Also Zclassic will do a virtual fork, and will become bitcoinPrivate.. there will be many similar coins out there, i hope btx will do something different for let people know it.. or we will just be "one in the mass"

So many garbage coins.  They ruined the bitcoin brand.

And Bitcore is better than all hard forks and even technical better than Bitcoin.

I think it's good that Bitcore isn't called Bitcoin (fill in...).

Because it's called Bitcore you can distinguish it from all other Bitcoin hard forks.
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December 27, 2017, 09:52:18 AM
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Also Zclassic will do a virtual fork, and will become bitcoinPrivate.. there will be many similar coins out there, i hope btx will do something different for let people know it.. or we will just be "one in the mass"

So many garbage coins.  They ruined the bitcoin brand.

And Bitcore is better than all hard forks and even technical better than Bitcoin.

I think it's good that Bitcore isn't called Bitcoin (fill in...).

Because it's called Bitcore you can distinguish it from all other Bitcoin hard forks.

Correct.  Not to mention Core will be looking for a home soon, once BTC gets REKT!    Grin

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December 27, 2017, 09:59:21 AM
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Also Zclassic will do a virtual fork, and will become bitcoinPrivate.. there will be many similar coins out there, i hope btx will do something different for let people know it.. or we will just be "one in the mass"

So many garbage coins.  They ruined the bitcoin brand.

And Bitcore is better than all hard forks and even technical better than Bitcoin.

I think it's good that Bitcore isn't called Bitcoin (fill in...).

Because it's called Bitcore you can distinguish it from all other Bitcoin hard forks.

Correct.  Not to mention Core will be looking for a home soon, once BTC gets REKT!    Grin

I guess 2018 will be a good year for Bitcore.
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December 27, 2017, 10:03:01 AM
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I guess 2018 will be a good year for Bitcore.


The moon, the sun and the stars!  Wink

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December 27, 2017, 10:05:28 AM
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Where do you see BitCore going? I think that there are very few people out there that know about this coin, hopefully when it climbs the crypto-ladder people start noticing it
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December 27, 2017, 10:10:31 AM
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Where do you see BitCore going? I think that there are very few people out there that know about this coin, hopefully when it climbs the crypto-ladder people start noticing it

Everybody is chasing fake features, easy money and unicorns.

When BTC dies they’ll all have a very rude awakening.

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December 27, 2017, 11:02:16 AM
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Where do you see BitCore going? I think that there are very few people out there that know about this coin, hopefully when it climbs the crypto-ladder people start noticing it

Everybody is chasing fake features, easy money and unicorns.

When BTC dies they’ll all have a very rude awakening.

Indeed, because they all use the same blockchain as Bitcoin.
So when Bitcoin quits, all Bitcoin hard forks have a problem.

Bitcore doesn't have this problem, since it's not a blockchain copy like the hard forks.

When they fork their nodes create copies of the Bitcoin blockchain so once they fork and the nodes have a copy of the original chain they no longer rely on the original chain and it does not matter what Bitcoin does. Plus Bitcoin is not going to fail. It is too entrenched. I have faith in both Bitcoin and Bitcore. I don't know why the new coins feel Bitcoin must fail for them to succeed. The better scenario is that Bitcoin succeeds astoundingly and the forks can succeed and surpass expectations also. Why can't the various coins just all get along? I am tired of the coin wars and bashing each other.

Buy a Trezor and Protect your BTC, BCH, BTG, DASH, LTC, DGB, ZEC, ETH and ETC from hackers.
If I was helpful please buy me a coffee BTC: 1DWK7vBaxcTC5Wd2nQwLGEoy8xdFVzGKLK  BTG: AWvN1iBqCUqG2tEh3XoVvRbdcGrAzfBBpW
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December 27, 2017, 11:08:09 AM
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Indeed, because they all use the same blockchain as Bitcoin.
So when Bitcoin quits, all Bitcoin hard forks have a problem.

Uhm, it seems you have ideas confused on what a fork is. Could you elaborate why other coins forked from Bitcoin should have problems in the "if Bitcoin quits" scenario?

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December 27, 2017, 11:12:00 AM
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Indeed, because they all use the same blockchain as Bitcoin.
So when Bitcoin quits, all Bitcoin hard forks have a problem.

Uhm, it seems you have ideas confused on what a fork is. Could you elaborate why other coins forked from Bitcoin should have problems in the "if Bitcoin quits" scenario?

They won't See my response above.

Buy a Trezor and Protect your BTC, BCH, BTG, DASH, LTC, DGB, ZEC, ETH and ETC from hackers.
If I was helpful please buy me a coffee BTC: 1DWK7vBaxcTC5Wd2nQwLGEoy8xdFVzGKLK  BTG: AWvN1iBqCUqG2tEh3XoVvRbdcGrAzfBBpW
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December 27, 2017, 11:24:40 AM
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Where do you see BitCore going? I think that there are very few people out there that know about this coin, hopefully when it climbs the crypto-ladder people start noticing it

Everybody is chasing fake features, easy money and unicorns.

When BTC dies they’ll all have a very rude awakening.

Indeed, because they all use the same blockchain as Bitcoin.
So when Bitcoin quits, all Bitcoin hard forks have a problem.

Bitcore doesn't have this problem, since it's not a blockchain copy like the hard forks.

When they fork their nodes create copies of the Bitcoin blockchain so once they fork and the nodes have a copy of the original chain they no longer rely on the original chain and it does not matter what Bitcoin does. Plus Bitcoin is not going to fail. It is too entrenched. I have faith in both Bitcoin and Bitcore. I don't know why the new coins feel Bitcoin must fail for them to succeed. The better scenario is that Bitcoin succeeds astoundingly and the forks can succeed and surpass expectations also. Why can't the various coins just all get along? I am tired of the coin wars and bashing each other.

I deleted my previous post, because I know I was wrong in that post about the hard forks.
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December 27, 2017, 11:51:17 AM
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No worries, it happens, first step for a man to improve himself is admit when he was wrong Wink

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December 27, 2017, 12:51:39 PM
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I regestered my bitcore wallet several weeks ago for the Airdrop and I'm not receiving anything, I still have my original balance.
This is my wallet address 1GCc5H5dAMbgVt6JRbQ49F8d4uAxQw3yFG

There's zero Bitcore in that address.

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/btx/search.dws?q=1GCc5H5dAMbgVt6JRbQ49F8d4uAxQw3yFG

You might need to check where your funds are.

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Thanks for your reply
Here is a screen shot of my wallet, funds are there.
https://imgur.com/a/12MfK
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December 27, 2017, 12:53:00 PM
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I regestered my bitcore wallet several weeks ago for the Airdrop and I'm not receiving anything, I still have my original balance.
This is my wallet address 1GCc5H5dAMbgVt6JRbQ49F8d4uAxQw3yFG

There's zero Bitcore in that address.

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/btx/search.dws?q=1GCc5H5dAMbgVt6JRbQ49F8d4uAxQw3yFG

You might need to check where your funds are.

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Thanks for your reply
Here is a screen shot of my wallet, funds are there.
https://imgur.com/a/12MfK

Did you register the address at www.bitcore.cc for the airdrops. Must register with signed message for every address you have coins in.

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December 27, 2017, 12:57:44 PM
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Is anyone from the Bitcore team also involved with Pinkcoin? From the looks of the graphics that seems to be very possible Grin


the team involved here is from the old bitcoin team, it's not scammy dev going around with scammy project, that's why this one look solid
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December 27, 2017, 01:01:00 PM
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Happy new year, I hope BTX will increase a lot in the next year. Good luck everyone, I already hold some coins.
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December 27, 2017, 01:04:28 PM
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I also think 2018 will be a rocket year for Bitcore.
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