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April 01, 2018, 05:01:07 PM
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What happened just now, like an hour ago or so?
40% price drop and nothing in the news?
Look at criptopia - no drop today. It was only small dump at Bit-Z.

and at this point the devs should make a decision about the exchanges they work with at all.
working with shit is causing shit.
why should any coin depend on bots and exchanges using bots to be on top? that is part f quality management.

What do the devs have to do with exchanges? Alright, I understand that when a coin is still virtually unknown to the wider public, they have to talk with exchanges about or rather talk them into listing the coin. But after it establishes itself firmly in the market, it is the exchanges themselves which should be interested in listing the currency in question.

This price movement was going to occur whether i held my fairly small 13.5k BTX bag or not.

Show us the money or it didn't happen.

This was my main address but I also had 3-4 others that carried a balance and were registered. You can cross reference when I said I would sell and you will see that they match. The other 3 I could also maybe hunt down but this should suffice. I actually cashed out of everything else also around the same time so as of now I am pretty much out of the crypto market. I am now simply mining ravencoin and filling my bags as much as possible.  

https://chainz.cryptoid.info/btx/address.dws?1KuyDX74YV7DMXxfxr1GBmNPgqHmpU6jPA.htm

am i wrong, or are you dumping then again?

My balance is 0... You can't dump what you don't have anymore. I don't even have the wallet on my computer anymore.
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April 01, 2018, 05:04:50 PM
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Congratz to everyone whose heart is still beating.

i just had a look at coingecko. 4.01 USD. That is an amazing performance!

Do I look like I am spreading FUD now? But I think the 3.36 price I am seeing is mostly caused by Bit-Z bots going crazy. I cited multiple reasons such as the airdrops acting as an inflationary measure to the overall downturn in the market.

dear sir,  mr gwestcot (just to take up the april fools joke of this forum),

it seems to be an offend that you quote me for your own reasons. the first "crash" was caused by you, and what came on top is your fault imo. there are still enough postings in which you try to turn out the negative things just to fool everyone who investet in a project you WORKED FOR. next time, pls play your private war privately and not in official channels.

(and to stay polite) best regards.

Ya right.. I made the entire crypto market dump by myself... Most of this drop in value has had nothing to do with me at all. It has everything to do with all of the easy money crowd pulling out. I am still calling for 3k/4k Bitcoin and there is nothing to suggest that the downturn will stop despite a few bounces now and again. We are still firmly in the downtrend channel. My rants were more warning than anything else. I saw fundamental weakness in the market and I took steps to secure my gains from 2017. There is nothing wrong with that as far as I am concerned. As far as Bitcore goes... Was I wrong about anything at all? What you advocate for is keeping things secret. Governments keep things secret but that is what we are supposed to fighting against. We should always be as transparent as possible in this space. Know that I also didn't dump my bags without first warning everyone. Maybe this created panic but I thought it was fair for me to do so. This price movement was going to occur whether i held my fairly small 13.5k BTX bag or not.

no, but there are several things really making me nervous about your role in this project:
as i was informed you were the main person creating the current airdrop model (and the investors have to pay the fee)
and again: you were PAID for your participation in this project, and at least this fact implement some part of LOYALITY. which is absent in your case. the only thing i read from you since your reappearance is the attempt of harming the project itself.

edit: this is my personal point of view and my personal opinion.

No I compromised significantly on the airdrop model since I wanted the originally promised model. I wanted all the coins to be dropped immediately and none of them going to BTC holders. There are now 8 million coins or so stuck in never never land and the rest has been airdropped over time in this slow and agonizing process of continually increasing inflation as the market also takes a downturn. I would rather have had one shocking event and then recover than to experience this fading away process. If you want you can go back to many many months ago and read my posts. I guess I was ranting just as much then as now. But there was another user than raised hell as well and it was actually his plan that won with ever increasing airdrops. I just facilitated it because some people thought i was being unfair my excluding what now is the current airdrop model. Obviously if we had proportionally dropped all of the coins in Oct/Nov all at once then the distribution would not be as wide but that can happen organically on the exchanges.

ok, then i am just asking you and the devs who is right at all: the shock at once or the slightly one. one side is not telling the truth obviously, but a large front has to pay the fees.


The evidence is on these very forums if you wish to go back and look. The model was changed multiple times. The first one had them dropping all of it to holders in the beginning of November, then they wanted to drop the majority of it to BTC holders, and the last iteration was simply the one that won from the community vote that I facilitated. It wasn't even my plan that won. I was trying to get the pain over with faster and to be honest I hated the idea of airdrops with a passion from the start but I love the other properties of this coin. The scaling debate was important at the time and this coin scales better than any other POW coin out there. POS can in some cases do significantly better but there are other questions in regards to security and also the need to stake that make POS not very viable.

hell, this is starting to be a circus. either you say yes or no, either you are part of a project or not. you seem to be talking away your role, and i still do not like the taste.

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April 01, 2018, 05:08:12 PM
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Congratz to everyone whose heart is still beating.

i just had a look at coingecko. 4.01 USD. That is an amazing performance!

Do I look like I am spreading FUD now? But I think the 3.36 price I am seeing is mostly caused by Bit-Z bots going crazy. I cited multiple reasons such as the airdrops acting as an inflationary measure to the overall downturn in the market.

dear sir,  mr gwestcot (just to take up the april fools joke of this forum),

it seems to be an offend that you quote me for your own reasons. the first "crash" was caused by you, and what came on top is your fault imo. there are still enough postings in which you try to turn out the negative things just to fool everyone who investet in a project you WORKED FOR. next time, pls play your private war privately and not in official channels.

(and to stay polite) best regards.

Ya right.. I made the entire crypto market dump by myself... Most of this drop in value has had nothing to do with me at all. It has everything to do with all of the easy money crowd pulling out. I am still calling for 3k/4k Bitcoin and there is nothing to suggest that the downturn will stop despite a few bounces now and again. We are still firmly in the downtrend channel. My rants were more warning than anything else. I saw fundamental weakness in the market and I took steps to secure my gains from 2017. There is nothing wrong with that as far as I am concerned. As far as Bitcore goes... Was I wrong about anything at all? What you advocate for is keeping things secret. Governments keep things secret but that is what we are supposed to fighting against. We should always be as transparent as possible in this space. Know that I also didn't dump my bags without first warning everyone. Maybe this created panic but I thought it was fair for me to do so. This price movement was going to occur whether i held my fairly small 13.5k BTX bag or not.

no, but there are several things really making me nervous about your role in this project:
as i was informed you were the main person creating the current airdrop model (and the investors have to pay the fee)
and again: you were PAID for your participation in this project, and at least this fact implement some part of LOYALITY. which is absent in your case. the only thing i read from you since your reappearance is the attempt of harming the project itself.

edit: this is my personal point of view and my personal opinion.

No I compromised significantly on the airdrop model since I wanted the originally promised model. I wanted all the coins to be dropped immediately and none of them going to BTC holders. There are now 8 million coins or so stuck in never never land and the rest has been airdropped over time in this slow and agonizing process of continually increasing inflation as the market also takes a downturn. I would rather have had one shocking event and then recover than to experience this fading away process. If you want you can go back to many many months ago and read my posts. I guess I was ranting just as much then as now. But there was another user than raised hell as well and it was actually his plan that won with ever increasing airdrops. I just facilitated it because some people thought i was being unfair my excluding what now is the current airdrop model. Obviously if we had proportionally dropped all of the coins in Oct/Nov all at once then the distribution would not be as wide but that can happen organically on the exchanges.

ok, then i am just asking you and the devs who is right at all: the shock at once or the slightly one. one side is not telling the truth obviously, but a large front has to pay the fees.


The evidence is on these very forums if you wish to go back and look. The model was changed multiple times. The first one had them dropping all of it to holders in the beginning of November, then they wanted to drop the majority of it to BTC holders, and the last iteration was simply the one that won from the community vote that I facilitated. It wasn't even my plan that won. I was trying to get the pain over with faster and to be honest I hated the idea of airdrops with a passion from the start but I love the other properties of this coin. The scaling debate was important at the time and this coin scales better than any other POW coin out there. POS can in some cases do significantly better but there are other questions in regards to security and also the need to stake that make POS not very viable.

hell, this is starting to be a circus. either you say yes or no, either you are part of a project or not. you seem to be talking away your role, and i still do not like the taste.

I was but not at the time the airdrop model was decided... Shortly thereafter I was apart of the project. Basically October-December I was on the team but the distribution model fight was occurring in August and September if I am not correct.
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April 01, 2018, 05:12:18 PM
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Congratz to everyone whose heart is still beating.

i just had a look at coingecko. 4.01 USD. That is an amazing performance!

Do I look like I am spreading FUD now? But I think the 3.36 price I am seeing is mostly caused by Bit-Z bots going crazy. I cited multiple reasons such as the airdrops acting as an inflationary measure to the overall downturn in the market.

dear sir,  mr gwestcot (just to take up the april fools joke of this forum),

it seems to be an offend that you quote me for your own reasons. the first "crash" was caused by you, and what came on top is your fault imo. there are still enough postings in which you try to turn out the negative things just to fool everyone who investet in a project you WORKED FOR. next time, pls play your private war privately and not in official channels.

(and to stay polite) best regards.

Ya right.. I made the entire crypto market dump by myself... Most of this drop in value has had nothing to do with me at all. It has everything to do with all of the easy money crowd pulling out. I am still calling for 3k/4k Bitcoin and there is nothing to suggest that the downturn will stop despite a few bounces now and again. We are still firmly in the downtrend channel. My rants were more warning than anything else. I saw fundamental weakness in the market and I took steps to secure my gains from 2017. There is nothing wrong with that as far as I am concerned. As far as Bitcore goes... Was I wrong about anything at all? What you advocate for is keeping things secret. Governments keep things secret but that is what we are supposed to fighting against. We should always be as transparent as possible in this space. Know that I also didn't dump my bags without first warning everyone. Maybe this created panic but I thought it was fair for me to do so. This price movement was going to occur whether i held my fairly small 13.5k BTX bag or not.

no, but there are several things really making me nervous about your role in this project:
as i was informed you were the main person creating the current airdrop model (and the investors have to pay the fee)
and again: you were PAID for your participation in this project, and at least this fact implement some part of LOYALITY. which is absent in your case. the only thing i read from you since your reappearance is the attempt of harming the project itself.

edit: this is my personal point of view and my personal opinion.

No I compromised significantly on the airdrop model since I wanted the originally promised model. I wanted all the coins to be dropped immediately and none of them going to BTC holders. There are now 8 million coins or so stuck in never never land and the rest has been airdropped over time in this slow and agonizing process of continually increasing inflation as the market also takes a downturn. I would rather have had one shocking event and then recover than to experience this fading away process. If you want you can go back to many many months ago and read my posts. I guess I was ranting just as much then as now. But there was another user than raised hell as well and it was actually his plan that won with ever increasing airdrops. I just facilitated it because some people thought i was being unfair my excluding what now is the current airdrop model. Obviously if we had proportionally dropped all of the coins in Oct/Nov all at once then the distribution would not be as wide but that can happen organically on the exchanges.

ok, then i am just asking you and the devs who is right at all: the shock at once or the slightly one. one side is not telling the truth obviously, but a large front has to pay the fees.


The evidence is on these very forums if you wish to go back and look. The model was changed multiple times. The first one had them dropping all of it to holders in the beginning of November, then they wanted to drop the majority of it to BTC holders, and the last iteration was simply the one that won from the community vote that I facilitated. It wasn't even my plan that won. I was trying to get the pain over with faster and to be honest I hated the idea of airdrops with a passion from the start but I love the other properties of this coin. The scaling debate was important at the time and this coin scales better than any other POW coin out there. POS can in some cases do significantly better but there are other questions in regards to security and also the need to stake that make POS not very viable.

hell, this is starting to be a circus. either you say yes or no, either you are part of a project or not. you seem to be talking away your role, and i still do not like the taste.

I was but not at the time the airdrop model was decided... Shortly thereafter I was apart of the project. Basically October-December I was on the team but the distribution model fight was occurring in August and September if I am not correct.

so whom was part of the decision of this model? can you please name nicknames?

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April 01, 2018, 05:13:22 PM
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Congratz to everyone whose heart is still beating.

i just had a look at coingecko. 4.01 USD. That is an amazing performance!

Do I look like I am spreading FUD now? But I think the 3.36 price I am seeing is mostly caused by Bit-Z bots going crazy. I cited multiple reasons such as the airdrops acting as an inflationary measure to the overall downturn in the market.

dear sir,  mr gwestcot (just to take up the april fools joke of this forum),

it seems to be an offend that you quote me for your own reasons. the first "crash" was caused by you, and what came on top is your fault imo. there are still enough postings in which you try to turn out the negative things just to fool everyone who investet in a project you WORKED FOR. next time, pls play your private war privately and not in official channels.

(and to stay polite) best regards.

Ya right.. I made the entire crypto market dump by myself... Most of this drop in value has had nothing to do with me at all. It has everything to do with all of the easy money crowd pulling out. I am still calling for 3k/4k Bitcoin and there is nothing to suggest that the downturn will stop despite a few bounces now and again. We are still firmly in the downtrend channel. My rants were more warning than anything else. I saw fundamental weakness in the market and I took steps to secure my gains from 2017. There is nothing wrong with that as far as I am concerned. As far as Bitcore goes... Was I wrong about anything at all? What you advocate for is keeping things secret. Governments keep things secret but that is what we are supposed to fighting against. We should always be as transparent as possible in this space. Know that I also didn't dump my bags without first warning everyone. Maybe this created panic but I thought it was fair for me to do so. This price movement was going to occur whether i held my fairly small 13.5k BTX bag or not.

no, but there are several things really making me nervous about your role in this project:
as i was informed you were the main person creating the current airdrop model (and the investors have to pay the fee)
and again: you were PAID for your participation in this project, and at least this fact implement some part of LOYALITY. which is absent in your case. the only thing i read from you since your reappearance is the attempt of harming the project itself.

edit: this is my personal point of view and my personal opinion.

No I compromised significantly on the airdrop model since I wanted the originally promised model. I wanted all the coins to be dropped immediately and none of them going to BTC holders. There are now 8 million coins or so stuck in never never land and the rest has been airdropped over time in this slow and agonizing process of continually increasing inflation as the market also takes a downturn. I would rather have had one shocking event and then recover than to experience this fading away process. If you want you can go back to many many months ago and read my posts. I guess I was ranting just as much then as now. But there was another user than raised hell as well and it was actually his plan that won with ever increasing airdrops. I just facilitated it because some people thought i was being unfair my excluding what now is the current airdrop model. Obviously if we had proportionally dropped all of the coins in Oct/Nov all at once then the distribution would not be as wide but that can happen organically on the exchanges.

ok, then i am just asking you and the devs who is right at all: the shock at once or the slightly one. one side is not telling the truth obviously, but a large front has to pay the fees.


The evidence is on these very forums if you wish to go back and look. The model was changed multiple times. The first one had them dropping all of it to holders in the beginning of November, then they wanted to drop the majority of it to BTC holders, and the last iteration was simply the one that won from the community vote that I facilitated. It wasn't even my plan that won. I was trying to get the pain over with faster and to be honest I hated the idea of airdrops with a passion from the start but I love the other properties of this coin. The scaling debate was important at the time and this coin scales better than any other POW coin out there. POS can in some cases do significantly better but there are other questions in regards to security and also the need to stake that make POS not very viable.

hell, this is starting to be a circus. either you say yes or no, either you are part of a project or not. you seem to be talking away your role, and i still do not like the taste.

I was but not at the time the airdrop model was decided... Shortly thereafter I was apart of the project. Basically October-December I was on the team but the distribution model fight was occurring in August and September if I am not correct.

so whom was part of the decision of this model? can you please name nicknames?

Why does it matter? It is not going to be changed now. Just let it run its course and get on with it.

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April 01, 2018, 05:18:46 PM
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Congratz to everyone whose heart is still beating.

i just had a look at coingecko. 4.01 USD. That is an amazing performance!

Do I look like I am spreading FUD now? But I think the 3.36 price I am seeing is mostly caused by Bit-Z bots going crazy. I cited multiple reasons such as the airdrops acting as an inflationary measure to the overall downturn in the market.

dear sir,  mr gwestcot (just to take up the april fools joke of this forum),

it seems to be an offend that you quote me for your own reasons. the first "crash" was caused by you, and what came on top is your fault imo. there are still enough postings in which you try to turn out the negative things just to fool everyone who investet in a project you WORKED FOR. next time, pls play your private war privately and not in official channels.

(and to stay polite) best regards.

Ya right.. I made the entire crypto market dump by myself... Most of this drop in value has had nothing to do with me at all. It has everything to do with all of the easy money crowd pulling out. I am still calling for 3k/4k Bitcoin and there is nothing to suggest that the downturn will stop despite a few bounces now and again. We are still firmly in the downtrend channel. My rants were more warning than anything else. I saw fundamental weakness in the market and I took steps to secure my gains from 2017. There is nothing wrong with that as far as I am concerned. As far as Bitcore goes... Was I wrong about anything at all? What you advocate for is keeping things secret. Governments keep things secret but that is what we are supposed to fighting against. We should always be as transparent as possible in this space. Know that I also didn't dump my bags without first warning everyone. Maybe this created panic but I thought it was fair for me to do so. This price movement was going to occur whether i held my fairly small 13.5k BTX bag or not.

no, but there are several things really making me nervous about your role in this project:
as i was informed you were the main person creating the current airdrop model (and the investors have to pay the fee)
and again: you were PAID for your participation in this project, and at least this fact implement some part of LOYALITY. which is absent in your case. the only thing i read from you since your reappearance is the attempt of harming the project itself.

edit: this is my personal point of view and my personal opinion.

No I compromised significantly on the airdrop model since I wanted the originally promised model. I wanted all the coins to be dropped immediately and none of them going to BTC holders. There are now 8 million coins or so stuck in never never land and the rest has been airdropped over time in this slow and agonizing process of continually increasing inflation as the market also takes a downturn. I would rather have had one shocking event and then recover than to experience this fading away process. If you want you can go back to many many months ago and read my posts. I guess I was ranting just as much then as now. But there was another user than raised hell as well and it was actually his plan that won with ever increasing airdrops. I just facilitated it because some people thought i was being unfair my excluding what now is the current airdrop model. Obviously if we had proportionally dropped all of the coins in Oct/Nov all at once then the distribution would not be as wide but that can happen organically on the exchanges.

ok, then i am just asking you and the devs who is right at all: the shock at once or the slightly one. one side is not telling the truth obviously, but a large front has to pay the fees.


The evidence is on these very forums if you wish to go back and look. The model was changed multiple times. The first one had them dropping all of it to holders in the beginning of November, then they wanted to drop the majority of it to BTC holders, and the last iteration was simply the one that won from the community vote that I facilitated. It wasn't even my plan that won. I was trying to get the pain over with faster and to be honest I hated the idea of airdrops with a passion from the start but I love the other properties of this coin. The scaling debate was important at the time and this coin scales better than any other POW coin out there. POS can in some cases do significantly better but there are other questions in regards to security and also the need to stake that make POS not very viable.

hell, this is starting to be a circus. either you say yes or no, either you are part of a project or not. you seem to be talking away your role, and i still do not like the taste.

I was but not at the time the airdrop model was decided... Shortly thereafter I was apart of the project. Basically October-December I was on the team but the distribution model fight was occurring in August and September if I am not correct.

so whom was part of the decision of this model? can you please name nicknames?

It was crypt0kid as you can see here. I just wanted to defend my decisions since some were so critical of them. I know it is easy to make me the boogeyman than caused everything but I am not. I am actually honest.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2220345.msg22455143#msg22455143
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April 01, 2018, 05:27:35 PM
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Congratz to everyone whose heart is still beating.

i just had a look at coingecko. 4.01 USD. That is an amazing performance!

Do I look like I am spreading FUD now? But I think the 3.36 price I am seeing is mostly caused by Bit-Z bots going crazy. I cited multiple reasons such as the airdrops acting as an inflationary measure to the overall downturn in the market.

dear sir,  mr gwestcot (just to take up the april fools joke of this forum),

it seems to be an offend that you quote me for your own reasons. the first "crash" was caused by you, and what came on top is your fault imo. there are still enough postings in which you try to turn out the negative things just to fool everyone who investet in a project you WORKED FOR. next time, pls play your private war privately and not in official channels.

(and to stay polite) best regards.

Ya right.. I made the entire crypto market dump by myself... Most of this drop in value has had nothing to do with me at all. It has everything to do with all of the easy money crowd pulling out. I am still calling for 3k/4k Bitcoin and there is nothing to suggest that the downturn will stop despite a few bounces now and again. We are still firmly in the downtrend channel. My rants were more warning than anything else. I saw fundamental weakness in the market and I took steps to secure my gains from 2017. There is nothing wrong with that as far as I am concerned. As far as Bitcore goes... Was I wrong about anything at all? What you advocate for is keeping things secret. Governments keep things secret but that is what we are supposed to fighting against. We should always be as transparent as possible in this space. Know that I also didn't dump my bags without first warning everyone. Maybe this created panic but I thought it was fair for me to do so. This price movement was going to occur whether i held my fairly small 13.5k BTX bag or not.

no, but there are several things really making me nervous about your role in this project:
as i was informed you were the main person creating the current airdrop model (and the investors have to pay the fee)
and again: you were PAID for your participation in this project, and at least this fact implement some part of LOYALITY. which is absent in your case. the only thing i read from you since your reappearance is the attempt of harming the project itself.

edit: this is my personal point of view and my personal opinion.

No I compromised significantly on the airdrop model since I wanted the originally promised model. I wanted all the coins to be dropped immediately and none of them going to BTC holders. There are now 8 million coins or so stuck in never never land and the rest has been airdropped over time in this slow and agonizing process of continually increasing inflation as the market also takes a downturn. I would rather have had one shocking event and then recover than to experience this fading away process. If you want you can go back to many many months ago and read my posts. I guess I was ranting just as much then as now. But there was another user than raised hell as well and it was actually his plan that won with ever increasing airdrops. I just facilitated it because some people thought i was being unfair my excluding what now is the current airdrop model. Obviously if we had proportionally dropped all of the coins in Oct/Nov all at once then the distribution would not be as wide but that can happen organically on the exchanges.

ok, then i am just asking you and the devs who is right at all: the shock at once or the slightly one. one side is not telling the truth obviously, but a large front has to pay the fees.


The evidence is on these very forums if you wish to go back and look. The model was changed multiple times. The first one had them dropping all of it to holders in the beginning of November, then they wanted to drop the majority of it to BTC holders, and the last iteration was simply the one that won from the community vote that I facilitated. It wasn't even my plan that won. I was trying to get the pain over with faster and to be honest I hated the idea of airdrops with a passion from the start but I love the other properties of this coin. The scaling debate was important at the time and this coin scales better than any other POW coin out there. POS can in some cases do significantly better but there are other questions in regards to security and also the need to stake that make POS not very viable.

hell, this is starting to be a circus. either you say yes or no, either you are part of a project or not. you seem to be talking away your role, and i still do not like the taste.

I was but not at the time the airdrop model was decided... Shortly thereafter I was apart of the project. Basically October-December I was on the team but the distribution model fight was occurring in August and September if I am not correct.

so whom was part of the decision of this model? can you please name nicknames?

It was crypt0kid as you can see here. I just wanted to defend my decisions since some were so critical of them. I know it is easy to make me the boogeyman than caused everything but I am not. I am actually honest.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2220345.msg22455143#msg22455143

you just quoted a SUGGESTION, not a decision. and i asked about the persons involved into the DECISION.

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April 01, 2018, 05:41:38 PM
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Obviously the core devs which consist of Jon, Steve, and Chris. They of course modified the choice a little. If you don't know them then why are you invested?
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Bitcore team meeting is done...
Thanks to our hardworking devs for their continuous support & efforts for prospering BTX..

Some nice moments..



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April 01, 2018, 06:26:38 PM
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Obviously the core devs which consist of Jon, Steve, and Chris. They of course modified the choice a little. If you don't know them then why are you invested?

i know the (nick)name of the devs, of course, but i wanted to know whoms choice was followed. a team always consists of more than one person.

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What a sharp decline from $49 to $5..!

It's all evident now that -  Bit-Z and Hitbtc both are totally useless.. One with their fake volume and the other with almost zero volume...

Only one exchange cryptopia, with real volume won't be be able to handle such inflation...

While all other alts are dying, it's of no wonder that BTX will follow the same...

Yet all cryptos no matter where they are being traded,, they are bathing with blood... Following the bearish trend..

Some extreme,  really extreme good exchanges are must for BTX survival in the near future...

Finally, I have no other way except holding.. So I am holding and I am not that much fool to sell for only $5..

    
                                 Long Live Bitcore

Great post and sadly agree, but I remain optimistic about Bitcore.  It's been a test to accumulate during low position and hopefully pay off long-term once the quality starts to break.

Bit-Z has thrown a red flag, especially when the "bot" broke a few months ago.  HitBTC was a complete flop and never moved the crowd.


This combined with the inflation model is putting a lot of stress on the coin.

However, I ran a few numbers in my head one eve on what I thought was the "real" volume of BTX and then calculated that vs mining emission and I felt like it still has a great community with several thousand hands in it.

Over the course of time, with bigger releases and innovations I feel we'll continue to develop, and have a lot more resistance vs dumps, steadily driving the price up.
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April 01, 2018, 08:19:13 PM
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Would anyone be so kind to tell me when the airdrop should end?

Vechain!
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Would anyone be so kind to tell me when the airdrop should end?

End of April it seems to be right now, so not a lot of time let to increase your BTX stack Smiley.

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April 01, 2018, 08:26:21 PM
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Obviously the core devs which consist of Jon, Steve, and Chris. They of course modified the choice a little. If you don't know them then why are you invested?

i know the (nick)name of the devs, of course, but i wanted to know whoms choice was followed. a team always consists of more than one person.

The Airdrop model were put to voting and you aren't here by the time.

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You guys should leave gwestcot alone. It is funny, anybody can dump, did you thought about that? He did and he is here, but I assure you, lots of dumpers aren't. Take it easy and hold on tight.

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What a sharp decline from $49 to $5..!

It's all evident now that -  Bit-Z and Hitbtc both are totally useless.. One with their fake volume and the other with almost zero volume...

Only one exchange cryptopia, with real volume won't be be able to handle such inflation...

While all other alts are dying, it's of no wonder that BTX will follow the same...

Yet all cryptos no matter where they are being traded,, they are bathing with blood... Following the bearish trend..

Some extreme,  really extreme good exchanges are must for BTX survival in the near future...

Finally, I have no other way except holding.. So I am holding and I am not that much fool to sell for only $5..

    
                                 Long Live Bitcore

Great post and sadly agree, but I remain optimistic about Bitcore.  It's been a test to accumulate during low position and hopefully pay off long-term once the quality starts to break.

Bit-Z has thrown a red flag, especially when the "bot" broke a few months ago.  HitBTC was a complete flop and never moved the crowd.


This combined with the inflation model is putting a lot of stress on the coin.

However, I ran a few numbers in my head one eve on what I thought was the "real" volume of BTX and then calculated that vs mining emission and I felt like it still has a great community with several thousands hands in it.

Over the course of time, with bigger releases and innovations I feel we'll continue to develop, and have a lot more resistance vs dumps, steadily driving the price up.


It's the 1st year of BTX and I am getting excited. I feel good in this project and ofcourse to the community behind it. Massly adoption of this coin will be possible in the future. It's up to us the community to keep spreading the word about BTX and it's features. Smiley

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It's the 1st year of BTX and I am getting excited. I feel good in this project and ofcourse to the community behind it. Massly adoption of this coin will be possible in the future. It's up to us the community to keep spreading the word about BTX and it's features. Smiley

Yeah when I really sit down and look over the coins out there and how many could rise quickly because of adoption I feel BTX has a sincere chance.  It will take a lot of work, thousands of hours from a community and team standpoint, but I've been in retail for a few years myself and I definitely notice the trends.  Towards the end of the year you always have a new fan base coming in and sudden booms to the markets that attract new people.

This pattern is well suited for Bitcore, because as you said it's only the first year.  So looking forward to the new period without airdrops myself.  BTX will have its place as the first virtual hybrid fork, that will help keep the expectation high.

Hopefully the team delivers on their roadmap Smiley  Which I believe they will.
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Don't fall victim to all the manipulation going on on bit-z.
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April 01, 2018, 09:09:55 PM
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What is happening with bit-z exchange? I withdrawal BTX and is still on waiting for more than 1 hour. Is first time for me when this is happening on bit-z.
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April 01, 2018, 09:36:03 PM
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Don't fall victim to all the manipulation going on on bit-z.

Ya I don't know what is up with them. I guess they just got hacked?
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April 01, 2018, 09:47:00 PM
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Don't fall victim to all the manipulation going on on bit-z.

Ya I don't know what is up with them. I guess they just got hacked?

Bit-Z has had a lot of fake volume going on.

Someone dumped into the bot and caused a large decrease in price.

It reflects higher on CMC because of it's "volume" - causing the 40% drop.



So really, Bit-Z appears to be pretty volatile and manipulative.
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