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August 27, 2018, 12:03:20 AM
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Dude why you gotta photoshop garbage.  Makes btx look scammy. 

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August 27, 2018, 01:28:56 AM
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Dude why you gotta photoshop garbage.  Makes btx look scammy. 

this one made me laugh though. That's probably a 2 million dollar fee to get advertising in that way.
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August 27, 2018, 04:23:20 AM
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Enough photos....

Stay positive and hold, BTX is going to be rising in the coming weeks and months.
news on the BTXM next few weeks perhaps ?
fiat gateway ready ?
ADOPTION !

Lets GO !


I am also waiting for the fiat gateway available

It will be a huge thing for BTX

Still holding BTX as the price is too unreasonably low
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August 27, 2018, 09:44:10 AM
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is this BTX project dying as the other Bitsend project ?
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August 27, 2018, 10:49:29 AM
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is this BTX project dying as the other Bitsend project ?

If the devs keep focus then BTX should survive for the long run

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August 27, 2018, 01:03:02 PM
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is this BTX project dying as the other Bitsend project ?

Oh totally.  DUMP IT, bro!!!

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August 27, 2018, 02:51:09 PM
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is this BTX project dying as the other Bitsend project ?

Oh totally.  DUMP IT, bro!!!

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August 27, 2018, 03:53:39 PM
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Dude why you gotta photoshop garbage.  Makes btx look scammy.  

this one made me laugh though. That's probably a 2 million dollar fee to get advertising in that way.


maybe it is time for u to stop hating, man. and FYI it was a lot cheaper. u can ask thomas how much it was,  if u are interested and maybe he can get u a discount  Wink
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August 27, 2018, 05:17:46 PM
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is this BTX project dying as the other Bitsend project ?

Ofcourse it is dying.
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August 27, 2018, 09:20:26 PM
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Dude why you gotta photoshop garbage.  Makes btx look scammy.  

this one made me laugh though. That's probably a 2 million dollar fee to get advertising in that way.


maybe it is time for u to stop hating, man. and FYI it was a lot cheaper. u can ask thomas how much it was,  if u are interested and maybe he can get u a discount  Wink

Guess London is cheaper than New York. But where did this money come from? That would be a big drain on personal funds or the dev fund and in a bear market none the less.
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August 28, 2018, 12:25:58 AM
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is this BTX project dying as the other Bitsend project ?

Ofcourse it is dying.

I suppose it depends on how one chooses to define "dying" with respect to a software development project.

I can think of three definitions :

1) the code and/or supporting materials (i.e. artifacts) have not changed during a particular span of time X
2) no new efforts at marketing and/or gaining new supporters have been initiated during a particular span of time Y
3) no enthusiasm for the project has been demonstrated by existing supporters during a particular span of time Z

Of course one could define software development death as a combination of the above 3 as well (and of course of other definitions which i haven't thought of).

I can say that from the point of view of 1) above, commits have continually been made to the code and/or artifacts over the last year, and specifically three commits were made as recently as last week. That tells me that unless the span of time X is less than a week, one could conclude that the project is not "dead." To see the rates of commits, you can see the chart here : https://github.com/LIMXTEC/BitCore/graphs/commit-activity

I don't have insight on points 2 or 3 above, because my use of social networks involving BTX is restricted to this bitcointalk forum. this leaves out many other networks, such as twitter, discord, wechat (china), reddit, line (japan), facebook, etc.  (you can see a list of those here : https://bitcore.cc/community/ ). I think a good gauge of both marketing and enthusiasm could be measured by "real" activity in these networks ("real" meaning "not generated by bots"), but since i dont keep up with them other than this forum, my measurement of marketing and enthusiasm is limited to that displayed in this forum, which means I feel I don't have enough data to offer an opinion on either 2) or 3).

the fact that the code is available on Github, however, brings up an interesting point. Can code on github ever really "die?" i ask this because presumably even if all 3 of the definitions above were to return true values, with reasonable values for X, Y, and Z, the code would still be "out there" on github. Which means another group could take it over and develop it.  i.e. "resurrection" is a possibility.

personally i am pleased with the efforts and transparency shown so far by the current team, so even though the price is currently very low i do not believe the project is dead. It is "dying" in the sense that most cryptocurrency projects are "dying" - there is bound to be a winnowing out of the projects out there to replace bitcoin. The question, i think, is whether the project can remain strong enough with respect to whatever definition we assign to the "dying" process (i.e. preliminarily with 1-3 above) such that it outlasts the other dying competitors to be one of the viable options to replace btc. (or to live alongside of it). From what i've seen of the contents of bitcoin forums of other competing coins, i feel that BTX has a decent chance of survival.

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August 28, 2018, 03:13:40 AM
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is this BTX project dying as the other Bitsend project ?

Ofcourse it is dying.

I suppose it depends on how one chooses to define "dying" with respect to a software development project.

I can think of three definitions :

1) the code and/or supporting materials (i.e. artifacts) have not changed during a particular span of time X
2) no new efforts at marketing and/or gaining new supporters have been initiated during a particular span of time Y
3) no enthusiasm for the project has been demonstrated by existing supporters during a particular span of time Z

Of course one could define software development death as a combination of the above 3 as well (and of course of other definitions which i haven't thought of).

I can say that from the point of view of 1) above, commits have continually been made to the code and/or artifacts over the last year, and specifically three commits were made as recently as last week. That tells me that unless the span of time X is less than a week, one could conclude that the project is not "dead." To see the rates of commits, you can see the chart here : https://github.com/LIMXTEC/BitCore/graphs/commit-activity

I don't have insight on points 2 or 3 above, because my use of social networks involving BTX is restricted to this bitcointalk forum. this leaves out many other networks, such as twitter, discord, wechat (china), reddit, line (japan), facebook, etc.  (you can see a list of those here : https://bitcore.cc/community/ ). I think a good gauge of both marketing and enthusiasm could be measured by "real" activity in these networks ("real" meaning "not generated by bots"), but since i dont keep up with them other than this forum, my measurement of marketing and enthusiasm is limited to that displayed in this forum, which means I feel I don't have enough data to offer an opinion on either 2) or 3).

the fact that the code is available on Github, however, brings up an interesting point. Can code on github ever really "die?" i ask this because presumably even if all 3 of the definitions above were to return true values, with reasonable values for X, Y, and Z, the code would still be "out there" on github. Which means another group could take it over and develop it.  i.e. "resurrection" is a possibility.

personally i am pleased with the efforts and transparency shown so far by the current team, so even though the price is currently very low i do not believe the project is dead. It is "dying" in the sense that most cryptocurrency projects are "dying" - there is bound to be a winnowing out of the projects out there to replace bitcoin. The question, i think, is whether the project can remain strong enough with respect to whatever definition we assign to the "dying" process (i.e. preliminarily with 1-3 above) such that it outlasts the other dying competitors to be one of the viable options to replace btc. (or to live alongside of it). From what i've seen of the contents of bitcoin forums of other competing coins, i feel that BTX has a decent chance of survival.




2 and 3 are covered .

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August 28, 2018, 08:21:14 AM
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why all the dump, is it a trap?
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August 28, 2018, 08:27:25 AM
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What`s wrong with BTX? why do you think, that it is a scam? I think it is really best payment solution. Answer me, please, i wanna know. Huh
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August 28, 2018, 10:31:12 AM
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What`s wrong with BTX? why do you think, that it is a scam? I think it is really best payment solution. Answer me, please, i wanna know. Huh
Someone wants to buy at the lowest, so it is useful to imagine and spread bad news.

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August 28, 2018, 11:38:55 AM
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What`s wrong with BTX? why do you think, that it is a scam? I think it is really best payment solution. Answer me, please, i wanna know. Huh

Bitcore is better than Bitcoin Cash. I hope BTX will take over BCH next year.

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August 28, 2018, 02:38:28 PM
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is this BTX project dying as the other Bitsend project ?

Ofcourse it is dying.

I suppose it depends on how one chooses to define "dying" with respect to a software development project.

I can think of three definitions :

1) the code and/or supporting materials (i.e. artifacts) have not changed during a particular span of time X
2) no new efforts at marketing and/or gaining new supporters have been initiated during a particular span of time Y
3) no enthusiasm for the project has been demonstrated by existing supporters during a particular span of time Z

Of course one could define software development death as a combination of the above 3 as well (and of course of other definitions which i haven't thought of).

I can say that from the point of view of 1) above, commits have continually been made to the code and/or artifacts over the last year, and specifically three commits were made as recently as last week. That tells me that unless the span of time X is less than a week, one could conclude that the project is not "dead." To see the rates of commits, you can see the chart here : https://github.com/LIMXTEC/BitCore/graphs/commit-activity

I don't have insight on points 2 or 3 above, because my use of social networks involving BTX is restricted to this bitcointalk forum. this leaves out many other networks, such as twitter, discord, wechat (china), reddit, line (japan), facebook, etc.  (you can see a list of those here : https://bitcore.cc/community/ ). I think a good gauge of both marketing and enthusiasm could be measured by "real" activity in these networks ("real" meaning "not generated by bots"), but since i dont keep up with them other than this forum, my measurement of marketing and enthusiasm is limited to that displayed in this forum, which means I feel I don't have enough data to offer an opinion on either 2) or 3).

the fact that the code is available on Github, however, brings up an interesting point. Can code on github ever really "die?" i ask this because presumably even if all 3 of the definitions above were to return true values, with reasonable values for X, Y, and Z, the code would still be "out there" on github. Which means another group could take it over and develop it.  i.e. "resurrection" is a possibility.

personally i am pleased with the efforts and transparency shown so far by the current team, so even though the price is currently very low i do not believe the project is dead. It is "dying" in the sense that most cryptocurrency projects are "dying" - there is bound to be a winnowing out of the projects out there to replace bitcoin. The question, i think, is whether the project can remain strong enough with respect to whatever definition we assign to the "dying" process (i.e. preliminarily with 1-3 above) such that it outlasts the other dying competitors to be one of the viable options to replace btc. (or to live alongside of it). From what i've seen of the contents of bitcoin forums of other competing coins, i feel that BTX has a decent chance of survival.




2 and 3 are covered .



I agree.  People are being so short sighted.  Wake up.  BTX is on wholesale - like buying bitcoin 7 years ago. 

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August 28, 2018, 02:50:15 PM
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Wake up.BTX is an altcoin and can go to less than 1 cent just like freicoin et al.@ traders 10 cents is your next support line  Wink.
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August 28, 2018, 04:00:30 PM
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What`s wrong with BTX? why do you think, that it is a scam? I think it is really best payment solution. Answer me, please, i wanna know. Huh

I hope BTX will take over BCH next year.
so your saying BCH will crash to 1$ next year?

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I am glad to say that Minecalc added Bitcore to their mining calculator, so you can always check whether mining is still profitable for you - whether you're home mining or outsource hash power.

Visit: https://minecalc.com/coin/BTX

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