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March 08, 2018, 11:51:17 AM
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when are all the airdrops coming in? every Monday? I checked the registered addresses and I find my address on it. did not receive anything yet...


You should get 7% of your BTX portfolio at the snapshot date.
If you registered address with 0 BTX then you get 0 BTX.

Airdrop is intended for BTX holders.
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March 08, 2018, 03:39:35 PM
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Important to know for everyone, is BitCore a fork of Bitcoin, or is it a completely new coin that only used the bitcoin keys?

Bitcore is a new coin and use only the Bitcoin keys. That's the reason, Bitcore call it a virtual fork and not a real fork from Bitcoin. Also Bitcore has a smaller blockchain, bigger blocks and other features, that Bitcoin not has and you dont need to download the old, big Bitcoin blockchain (like in real forks from Bitcoin). More information about Bitcore you can find in the first two posts here in the thread. Smiley
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For how many weeks will continue the weekly airdrop?


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March 08, 2018, 03:54:03 PM
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Frankfurt Conference German presentation with English subtitles

Anyone that doesn't speak German interested in the Frankfurt conference presentation Steve did last February 26, 27th feel free to watch this video with English subtitles.

I paid a freelancer to add the English subtitles because I wanted to grasp the content of this presentation, and I decided to share it with the Bitcore community as I think other people would also like to understand what this presentation was all about.

I posted on YouTube... here is link: https://youtu.be/v_8pVLPkPK0

Note: The freelancer knew nothing about crypto, so some words are not accurate, but you can still grasp about 98%+ of the content. Also because of the background noise, he was not able to understand some words, which are marked with (?).

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March 08, 2018, 04:00:49 PM
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Definitely, It is time to buy.
At the time of writing
BCH=1100$,
BTG=100$, 
BTX=10$
Apart from advertising & marketing, can somebody give me a good reason,
why BCH or BTG are better than BTX?


BCH is belongs to Bitmain, they can easily manipulate price and make huge volumes becuase they sell thair miners for BCH.

BTG made a very smart campaign: They make a GPU minable decentralize BITCOIN (Gold).

BTX has a future, i trust in devs.



I originally bought bitcore at 5,000 sat. I think it's been a great investment Wink I may not have been around for a while, but I didn't need to cheerlead this project. The devs promised, delivered, and exceeded my expectations. I'm excited for the future of bitcore post-airdrop, and I hope it does dip so I can buy some at a price near where I originally entered. I love this coin, the team, and the vision they have.


You don't need empty promises to make a great coin, and Bitcore proved that in spades.

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March 08, 2018, 04:06:15 PM
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Important to know for everyone, is BitCore a fork of Bitcoin, or is it a completely new coin that only used the bitcoin keys?

Bitcore is a new coin and use only the Bitcoin keys. That's the reason, Bitcore call it a virtual fork and not a real fork from Bitcoin. Also Bitcore has a smaller blockchain, bigger blocks and other features, that Bitcoin not has and you dont need to download the old, big Bitcoin blockchain (like in real forks from Bitcoin). More information about Bitcore you can find in the first two posts here in the thread. Smiley
Do not understand. It will not be a separate token with a separate purse? What problem does he solve in bitcoin?



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March 08, 2018, 04:08:21 PM
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Important to know for everyone, is BitCore a fork of Bitcoin, or is it a completely new coin that only used the bitcoin keys?

Bitcore is a new coin and use only the Bitcoin keys. That's the reason, Bitcore call it a virtual fork and not a real fork from Bitcoin. Also Bitcore has a smaller blockchain, bigger blocks and other features, that Bitcoin not has and you dont need to download the old, big Bitcoin blockchain (like in real forks from Bitcoin). More information about Bitcore you can find in the first two posts here in the thread. Smiley
Do not understand. It will not be a separate token with a separate purse? What problem does he solve in bitcoin?
Transactions speed and blockchain size.

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March 08, 2018, 04:21:55 PM
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For how many weeks will continue the weekly airdrop?

At the moment it looks like the airdrop will end on 07. May this year, but the date can change, depending on how many coins are distributed per week. Ypsi makes every week a new prediction. There you can see it. Smiley
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1883902.msg31633640#msg31633640


Important to know for everyone, is BitCore a fork of Bitcoin, or is it a completely new coin that only used the bitcoin keys?

Bitcore is a new coin and use only the Bitcoin keys. That's the reason, Bitcore call it a virtual fork and not a real fork from Bitcoin. Also Bitcore has a smaller blockchain, bigger blocks and other features, that Bitcoin not has and you dont need to download the old, big Bitcoin blockchain (like in real forks from Bitcoin). More information about Bitcore you can find in the first two posts here in the thread. Smiley
Do not understand. It will not be a separate token with a separate purse? What problem does he solve in bitcoin?

Bitcore has a separate wallet and his own coins, it only use bitcoin keys to claim Bitcore coins from the virtual fork. Bitcore solve Bitcoins blockchain size problem. Also you can mine Bitcore without expensive asic miner, the transactions speed is much faster than bitcoin and fees are lower.  Smiley
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March 08, 2018, 05:07:37 PM
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Loads of Universities have Blockchain workshops and clubs now. I was recently at one at Newcastle University. It's suprising how massively blockchain is being openly talked about and encouraged at a lot of universities.
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March 08, 2018, 05:08:30 PM
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My next idea is welcome packs for the purpose of blockchain clubs, at universities.
Why not have a trial run at Frankfurt University or one in Germany?
Create like a framework for people to do a talk on BitCore: projector slides, beer mats, stickers etc. Something cheap and effective, for a 30 minute class on BitCore.
Then, we could all apply for that welcome pack. So we could then host a talk, at our local universities/workshops in a semi-official capacity?
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March 08, 2018, 05:08:43 PM
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The last one I went to, they were shilling BCH hard, and had a welcome pack from BCH. I was actually sat there, litterally the only one who knew the truth that the coin was dogshit, but you know what? Every student in there was engrossed or on their phones, trying to buy BitCoin Cash.
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March 08, 2018, 05:08:51 PM
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The slides that BCH had sent out to the university were absolute shit. Didnt even explain why they created the coin or go into the scaling debate or anything. When I think about what BTX's slides could say to well informed students, I just think MONEY, they'll buy this coin 100%.
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March 08, 2018, 05:09:14 PM
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I thouhgt it was a good presentation. I didn't learned much since I've been around since last summer, but it was nice to see Steve talking about the project...   and understand
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March 08, 2018, 05:13:36 PM
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when are all the airdrops coming in? every Monday? I checked the registered addresses and I find my address on it. did not receive anything yet...
The Airdrop for registered addresses with more than 1BTX coming in every Monday. 
When your address is registered and you receive nothing, then you have less than 1BTX on it. You can check the Value at http://insight.bitcore.cc/.
When your wallet have more than 1BTX and the registered Address less than 1BTX you can use the Advanced Coin Control Function in your Wallet to transfer all your BTX to the registered address.

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March 08, 2018, 05:41:12 PM
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when are all the airdrops coming in? every Monday? I checked the registered addresses and I find my address on it. did not receive anything yet...
The Airdrop for registered addresses with more than 1BTX coming in every Monday.  
When your address is registered and you receive nothing, then you have less than 1BTX on it. You can check the Value at http://insight.bitcore.cc/.
When your wallet have more than 1BTX and the registered Address less than 1BTX you can use the Advanced Coin Control Function in your Wallet to transfer all your BTX to the registered address.

its not an airdrop it's you are getting tricked into holding a proof-of-stake scheme via the developers' centralized control mechanism~ :-D  hmm

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March 08, 2018, 05:57:23 PM
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Just wondering, will Ledger ever implement the Bitcore wallet?

I still need to claim mine and it would be good to do it with an official Ledger Wallet.

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March 08, 2018, 07:04:35 PM
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Just wondering, will Ledger ever implement the Bitcore wallet?

I still need to claim mine and it would be good to do it with an official Ledger Wallet.

I assume that its on the roadmap and that its been halted due to Ledger having some issues. As soon as Ledger deals with their issue.

Nothing too near though but happen it will.

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March 08, 2018, 07:09:15 PM
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Just wondering, will Ledger ever implement the Bitcore wallet?

I still need to claim mine and it would be good to do it with an official Ledger Wallet.
I definitely think that Bitcore will eventually achieve this goal, but it is necessary to wait for the end of the distribution of the airdrops. Believe in the project team and watch the news.

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March 08, 2018, 07:44:06 PM
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Just wondering, will Ledger ever implement the Bitcore wallet?

I still need to claim mine and it would be good to do it with an official Ledger Wallet.
I definitely think that Bitcore will eventually achieve this goal, but it is necessary to wait for the end of the distribution of the airdrops. Believe in the project team and watch the news.

Worse idea is to sell at this low price. But, people are always in rush to make some quick little money...
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It seems the price is recovering a bit)  Roll Eyes Cool

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