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Author Topic: [ANN][Main] Bitcore- BTX - New algo is online!  (Read 712450 times)
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September 30, 2018, 02:09:04 PM
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Hello everybody. I have not previously invested in this coin, but when I increasingly meet the signature on the Bitcore forum, then I have a question about why people put it. Is he in the bounty involved? And the second question, how can you get this coin?Mining?

Please have a look at at the Bitcore webpage. BTX is listed on a variety of exchanges and supported by some of the most popular wallets.
https://bitcore.cc/eco-system-2/

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September 30, 2018, 02:22:57 PM
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Please have a look at at the Bitcore webpage. BTX is listed on a variety of exchanges and supported by some of the most popular wallets.
https://bitcore.cc/eco-system-2/

I have already looked at it so many many times.
Honestly, I have tent to take a glance at the site almost everyday.
Bitcore ecosystem has expanded widely over time.
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October 01, 2018, 10:18:43 AM
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Yes, people have said that a hundred times about Bitcoin and he is still alive. So it certainly will be too with Bitcore. The Bitcore team does its best to keep the project going. As long as the team is active, the coin will certainly not die. I wouldn't always just pay attention to the price, it doesn't always tell you everything. I've experienced that several times in the crypto world.   Smiley
How can you even compare Bitcoin with Bitcore? How can you compare Bitcoin with ANY coin? That story can be found on any coin Discord, Slack, forum... Everyone comparing with BTC, which is nonsense.

Here's list of dead coins. Most of them are ICOs and scams, but in last few years there was some POW coins which died.
https://deadcoins.com/
So, yes, coins die! Lot of them!

I still hold same quantity of BTX that I bought and mined last year, but now without any hope that ever gonna be worth anything. I am ready for 0 satoshis. Honestly, IMO Everything started with airdrop announcement. Reason for airdrop was "distribution, blah blah blah" and now I think that real reason was for early miners and developers to get rid of their BTX coins at high price. I was tricked, scammed, fooled by group of people, but it won't happen again with some other coin. Lesson learned.

Maybe I'm wrong, but I would lie if I would told that I believe in anything else than this.


im afraid BTX will have the same faith with BSD another Devs project. i guess the problem is they are very bad marketers
Completely agree with you, the whole crypto market at the moment is a complete manipulation. And all do not care about the technology project, the main thing is marketing and HYIP. But it is possible that the team will think it over and engage in marketing.

This is something which I have started to suspect myself. Who has still an advantage to sell so many coins every day at the current prices?  Possibly only someone who has really plenty of them and did not have to pay for them, so that he has still plenty to sell and by selling he is still profiting, while everyone else would just be losing money and-or would have just finished the coins.
Of course there may  be other explanations. but U think this one is startng to be taken in consideration.

......Possibly only someone who has really plenty of them and did not have to pay for them, so that he has still plenty to sell and by selling he is still profiting.......

filthy thieves ....

Yeah, there are not many ways to profit from selling at such low prices unless you didn 't have to pay for your tons of BTX originally.... So unless well explained and understood, this phenomenon may be casting some shadows on this project. I first thought we were in an accumulation phase, but I'm starting to think we may still be in a distribution phase, which would surely have some quite ominous implications.

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October 01, 2018, 03:31:44 PM
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Friends!
Did I miss something? Why is the coin getting cheaper again?
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October 01, 2018, 06:30:49 PM
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Awesome coin and ridiculous price Shocked

its best time to buy BTX at this cheap price, devs are always looking for partnerships to add BTX as a gateway, steady price for BTX may be seen in 2-3 years from now so its best time to invest, i missed buying ETH when its low i will not miss BTX  Grin
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October 01, 2018, 06:35:40 PM
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Friends!
Did I miss something? Why is the coin getting cheaper again?


Because it's just another altcoin.

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October 01, 2018, 11:50:34 PM
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Awesome coin and ridiculous price Shocked

its best time to buy BTX at this cheap price, devs are always looking for partnerships to add BTX as a gateway, steady price for BTX may be seen in 2-3 years from now so its best time to invest, i missed buying ETH when its low i will not miss BTX  Grin
why price of this coin dropped more than the rest of the market? is there any chance to see growth this year?  what is the next plan for this coin to grow up?
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any update about Fiat Gateway & ATM Services – BTXM?
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______________A simple way to save your BTX... we present the new one TSBW: The Simplest Bitcore Wallet. Post #bitcore #BTX $BTX #wallet #simple ______________

______________TSBW: The Simplest Bitcore Wallet
You  should  be  wary  of  any  service  designed  to  store  your  money  online.  Many  exchanges  and  onlinewallets suffered  from  security  breaches  in  the  past  and  such  services  generally  still  do  not  provide  enoughinsurance and security to be used to store money like a bank. If you wouldn't keep a thousand dollars in your pocket, you might  want  to  have  the  same  consideration  for  your online crypto wallet.  In  general,  it  is  a  good  practice  to keep only small amounts of crypto on your exchange, mobile/online wallets for everyday uses and to keep the remaining  part  of  your  funds  in  a  safer  environment. Moreover,  although  it  required  for  our  security,  online crypto wallets  often  have  one  or  two  annoying  features,  like  demanding  mandatory  2-FA, password  and  pin code, and there's nothing you can do about it.

To share  small  amounts and  for  everyday  uses of Bitcore BTX, TSBW service  is created  by Bitcore Team. TSBWis  a  very  simple wallet  to  access your  wallet  with your wallet  passphrase or  to  use  it  to  redeem coins from aknown private key without install a local wallet. No data is stored on the Server! The whole point of  deriving  keys  and  signing  the  TX  in  JS  is  so  the  keys  never  leave  your  browser.  Nothing  is  sent  to server,  everything  is  done  in  the  browser.  It  gets utxo  and  sends  signed  txs  via https://insight.bitcore.cc/api.  Always remember that it is your
responsibility to adopt good practices in order to protect your money.

How does TSBW work?
1) You can access to your wallet using passphrase, WIF keys or private keys (Figure 1).

- A wallet contains one or more private key (and the associated addresses). A private key is what allows you to  spend  the crypto at  that  address.  Many  people  use  the  term  "wallet"  incorrectly  when  they mean "address".
- A wallet passphrase is simply the passphrase used to encrypt the wallet.
- You  can  enter  a  compressed  or  uncompressed  WIF  key  as  your  passphrase;  this  means  you  can  use  any
wallet that allows exporting in this format.

Read more here or Go to TSBW

Enjoy it and please share this news. Thank you.

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October 02, 2018, 04:16:31 PM
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Friends!
Did I miss something? Why is the coin getting cheaper again?

You could choose any reason you like or all of them:
1. Bearish market in crypto
2. Lack of enough liquidity market
3. Lack of buyers
4. Not obvious progress of BTX development
5. Despair period in BTX price cycle

Now H&H (hold and hope) is the best choise I think

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October 02, 2018, 07:27:53 PM
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Awesome coin and ridiculous price Shocked

its best time to buy BTX at this cheap price, devs are always looking for partnerships to add BTX as a gateway, steady price for BTX may be seen in 2-3 years from now so its best time to invest, i missed buying ETH when its low i will not miss BTX  Grin
why price of this coin dropped more than the rest of the market? is there any chance to see growth this year?  what is the next plan for this coin to grow up?

The price of bitcore fell so much (relative to other projects) because the developers have sent the coins free and in large quantities.
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Awesome coin and ridiculous price Shocked

its best time to buy BTX at this cheap price, devs are always looking for partnerships to add BTX as a gateway, steady price for BTX may be seen in 2-3 years from now so its best time to invest, i missed buying ETH when its low i will not miss BTX  Grin
why price of this coin dropped more than the rest of the market? is there any chance to see growth this year?  what is the next plan for this coin to grow up?

The price of bitcore fell so much (relative to other projects) because the developers have sent the coins free and in large quantities.
But all the participants of the Bitcore Airdrop really liked getting free coins. And in addition to this, the price grew. There were pleasant times.
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You could choose any reason you like or all of them:
1. Bearish market in crypto
2. Lack of enough liquidity market
3. Lack of buyers
4. Not obvious progress of BTX development
5. Despair period in BTX price cycle
All these are effects, not causes.
The real cause:
This shitcoin was distributed for free to Bitcoin holders, and further airdropped to registered Bitcore holders. Increasing selling pressure in the absence of a use-driven demand.
Byteball and Bitcore are siblings - bottomless shitcoins with interesting technology ideas and absolutely no reason for holding.

PoW mining does not make Bitcore any more valuable - the share of mining reward to existing supply is very low, rational miners don't hold coins below their average cost of mining - they dump them.

Yeah, I am salty about the price...

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All these are effects, not causes.
The real cause:
This shitcoin was distributed for free to Bitcoin holders, and further airdropped to registered Bitcore holders. Increasing selling pressure in the absence of a use-driven demand.
Byteball and Bitcore are siblings - bottomless shitcoins with interesting technology ideas and absolutely no reason for holding.

PoW mining does not make Bitcore any more valuable - the share of mining reward to existing supply is very low, rational miners don't hold coins below their average cost of mining - they dump them.

Yeah, I am salty about the price...

You stated many good points there, but there are a lot of other PoW coins that did not fall in the price this much! And there are very bad PoW coins that people are still mining and dont dump them this much. I think that btx have their own mining farm with nvidia 1060 cards so they will mine it if noone else does.
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You could choose any reason you like or all of them:
1. Bearish market in crypto
2. Lack of enough liquidity market
3. Lack of buyers
4. Not obvious progress of BTX development
5. Despair period in BTX price cycle
All these are effects, not causes.
The real cause:
This shitcoin was distributed for free to Bitcoin holders, and further airdropped to registered Bitcore holders. Increasing selling pressure in the absence of a use-driven demand.
Byteball and Bitcore are siblings - bottomless shitcoins with interesting technology ideas and absolutely no reason for holding.

PoW mining does not make Bitcore any more valuable - the share of mining reward to existing supply is very low, rational miners don't hold coins below their average cost of mining - they dump them.

Yeah, I am salty about the price...

i think the perception of the "absence of a use-driven demand" is the issue. Many people are not aware of the places where bitcore can be spent :

1. Living Room of Satoshi ( https://livingroomofsatoshi.com/ ) . for paying bills in australia.
2. KAMoney ( https://www.kamoney.com.br/ ) . for paying bills in brazil.
3. LuckyGames ( https://luckygames.io/ ) . for gambling online in a form other than investing in crypto Wink
4. Games4Coins ( https://www.games4coins.com/ ) . for playing Steam video games

most importantly, in my opinion, is this bitcointalk post from earlier today which reveals a javascript API that merchants can use to have people pay for items in BTX : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1883902.msg46427355#msg46427355 . the API to use is here : https://insight.bitcore.cc/api

getting merchants to adopt this API, which would result in increasing the list above of the sites which accept BTX as payment, is the key to changing the perception of the absence of a use-driven demand. This gives people a reason for "spending" BTX, which may or may not give you enough reason for "holding" BTX, depending on how large the above list grows over time.

quoting from https://bitcore.cc/the-simplest-bitcore-wallet/ :
Commerce would grind to a half if people had to wait an hour after initiating a payment for confirmation before they could receive goods or services. After all, people often complain about having to wait a few seconds for chip – based credit cards to process in the line at the grocery store. Because of technical features of Bitcore, it is worth adding Bitcore as a payment option if you run an e-commerce store, bill payment center,
online game center and more. Because BTX provides users with a low cost and rapid solution for digital payments. As well as this rapid solution, TSBW provides simple and rapid access to your wallet. Several reputable companies already include Bitcore payment options, and the number is growing.

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API for making transactions on Bitcore blockchain ?

is there a publicly available API for making transactions to the Bitcore blockchain, similar to the (coincidentally named) bitcore-lib library (by BitPay) used for making transactions to the Bitcoin blockchain?

i'd like to be able to write a third party application which lets users make payments in bitcore and in return receive an email which contains the information i am selling. i can explain more once i get the idea more fleshed out and once my software is done. (i have written some software which gathers info and classifies it in a particular way). the general idea is that i would sell an initial document, in pdf form, on www.createspace.com, which is owned by Amazon. I would then write a browser plugin. If the user wants an update to the pdf after buying the document from amazon, he would download the plugin for free. The plugin would detect when the document was loaded in the browser (i would put some special data in the pdf that the plugin could detect), and allow the user to enter his bitcore address to buy the update, along with his email address. The plugin would then make the necessary calls to the API to transfer the funds into my own bitcore address, and then send me an email which would include among other things the encrypted transaction id of the purchase together with the user's email. An application on my server would then parse the email and verify that the transaction id was valid and had X number of confirmations, and also that i had not yet encountered it. If that checked out then i would create an update of the data in whatever format the initial document was in (again, probably a pdf), which would then update the "special data" in the document that the plugin could detect, and would then email that to the user.  This would allow the user to, in the future, request yet another update of the data, etc., without conflicting with his previous update, and each time i would get paid into my bitcore account.

this application (browser plug in) would be general purpose so that anyone that wants to publish a document which can be updated in the future for a price could use it. the only currency it would accept would be bitcore.

this would encourage authors of updateable documents (maybe a document that is being created in installments over time) to get bitcore accounts.  It would also encourage readers of updateable documents who wanted to update those documents over time to get bitcore accounts and to fund them.

maybe after messing with it for a while i could get it to work, or maybe not. i've been writing software for a long time and sometimes my ideas aren't feasible, but i usually can't tell until i just plunk down and try to write it. So far the utility i wrote to extract the data is working, and i am getting all the kinks out over time and making it more accurate, but i want to go ahead and start thinking about that browser plugin.  As it is now, i could sell the document on createspace.com (owned by amazon) just as a regular book, and get paid a percentage of each sale in dollars, but the data printed in that book would be out of date after just a few months. What i would really like to do is upload the pdf onto createspace and start selling it, but then allow each individual reader to individually request an update directly from me. so i would be getting paid by amazon in dollars while simultaneously getting paid in bitcore by individuals for updates. Each time i get a request for an update, i just rerun my utility with a particular option set, and it re-reads the latest data and analyzes it and creates a new pdf, which i then send off - and that pdf, since it would have the encrypted data within it particular to that person's transaction id, would be unique to that individual. If that individual then tried to sell the document himself, not knowing about the transaction id embedded within it, i could maybe in the future detect that and (attempt to) stop him from selling it - or at least, if i found pirated copies of my document, i could tell who the original buyer was (because of the encrypted transaction id within it), and assume that person had either himself sold it on, or had given a copy to a friend who had then tried to sell it. so it would double as a form of copyright protection.

i looked around for a Bitcore API (for the BITCORE blockchain not the slow slow bitcoin blockchain) but didn't find one.  is there one available which i just haven't found ?



THIS is what I was looking for : https://insight.bitcore.cc/apiSmiley  thanks to this example which uses the api - https://bitcore.cc/the-simplest-bitcore-wallet/ - I can start playing.

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October 03, 2018, 04:53:17 AM
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You could choose any reason you like or all of them:
1. Bearish market in crypto
2. Lack of enough liquidity market
3. Lack of buyers
4. Not obvious progress of BTX development
5. Despair period in BTX price cycle
All these are effects, not causes.
The real cause:
This shitcoin was distributed for free to Bitcoin holders, and further airdropped to registered Bitcore holders. Increasing selling pressure in the absence of a use-driven demand.
Byteball and Bitcore are siblings - bottomless shitcoins with interesting technology ideas and absolutely no reason for holding.

PoW mining does not make Bitcore any more valuable - the share of mining reward to existing supply is very low, rational miners don't hold coins below their average cost of mining - they dump them.

Yeah, I am salty about the price...

i think the perception of the "absence of a use-driven demand" is the issue. Many people are not aware of the places where bitcore can be spent :

1. Living Room of Satoshi ( https://livingroomofsatoshi.com/ ) . for paying bills in australia.
2. KAMoney ( https://www.kamoney.com.br/ ) . for paying bills in brazil.
3. LuckyGames ( https://luckygames.io/ ) . for gambling online in a form other than investing in crypto Wink
4. Games4Coins ( https://www.games4coins.com/ ) . for playing Steam video games

most importantly, in my opinion, is this bitcointalk post from earlier today which reveals a javascript API that merchants can use to have people pay for items in BTX : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1883902.msg46427355#msg46427355 . the API to use is here : https://insight.bitcore.cc/api

getting merchants to adopt this API, which would result in increasing the list above of the sites which accept BTX as payment, is the key to changing the perception of the absence of a use-driven demand. This gives people a reason for "spending" BTX, which may or may not give you enough reason for "holding" BTX, depending on how large the above list grows over time.

quoting from https://bitcore.cc/the-simplest-bitcore-wallet/ :
Commerce would grind to a half if people had to wait an hour after initiating a payment for confirmation before they could receive goods or services. After all, people often complain about having to wait a few seconds for chip – based credit cards to process in the line at the grocery store. Because of technical features of Bitcore, it is worth adding Bitcore as a payment option if you run an e-commerce store, bill payment center,
online game center and more. Because BTX provides users with a low cost and rapid solution for digital payments. As well as this rapid solution, TSBW provides simple and rapid access to your wallet. Several reputable companies already include Bitcore payment options, and the number is growing.

I agree with u...many people only see price but don't see value ... BTX right now is truely Satoshi vision that crypto coin can buy anything for real thing not speculation of price....how many coin can buy from real thing? Only a few
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October 03, 2018, 06:49:49 AM
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You could choose any reason you like or all of them:
1. Bearish market in crypto
2. Lack of enough liquidity market
3. Lack of buyers
4. Not obvious progress of BTX development
5. Despair period in BTX price cycle
All these are effects, not causes.
The real cause:
This shitcoin was distributed for free to Bitcoin holders, and further airdropped to registered Bitcore holders. Increasing selling pressure in the absence of a use-driven demand.
Byteball and Bitcore are siblings - bottomless shitcoins with interesting technology ideas and absolutely no reason for holding.

PoW mining does not make Bitcore any more valuable - the share of mining reward to existing supply is very low, rational miners don't hold coins below their average cost of mining - they dump them.

Yeah, I am salty about the price...
As for the miners, it makes no sense to sell Bitcore right now. If a miner is interested in instant profit, then coins are more profitable for mining.
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October 03, 2018, 09:26:13 AM
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Can you help me guys I'm having a problem transferring my BTX to other wallets? I'm using Coinomi wallet but it shows pending then I check the transaction from blockexplorer can you check my transaction from here https://chainz.cryptoid.info/btx/tx.dws?849bbc11f116bfbf5feaf879308f369eb059307a59f977c31d50fbcee08ae6ee

And let me ask if there is a guide to retrieve private key or export private key from coinomi wallet. I tried the ways from coinomi wallet to export private key but the public key shows the old address start from 1.
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October 03, 2018, 10:58:35 AM
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You stated many good points there, but there are a lot of other PoW coins that did not fall in the price this much! And there are very bad PoW coins that people are still mining and dont dump them this much. I think that btx have their own mining farm with nvidia 1060 cards so they will mine it if noone else does.
Those coins are either fully mined, or have supply-restricting features, as masternodes and their varieties (hypernodes/supernodes).
I agree there are many PoW coins with zero utility, but they are backed by pumpers, that move them 100-400% once in a quarter.
I would suspect that Baikal has some FPGA development for most of the chaining algorithms - from custom X11 to X17. TimeTravel 10 is a custom X14, AFAIK. Adding an algo to a chain or shuffling them is no innovation, all it takes a good FPGA developer is a couple weeks to rewrite the bitstream to mine 10-100x more efficiently vs a GPU.

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