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November 10, 2018, 09:15:56 PM
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the main bitcore-specific contributors I see across the project and all of these subprojects are (in no particular order) :

dArkjON ( https://github.com/dArkjON ) - 339 commits over the past year.  this is "Jon"
dalijolijo ( https://github.com/dalijolijo ) - 1,386 commits over the past year.  this is "David"
TheTrunk ( https://github.com/TheTrunk ) - 624 commits over the past year.
joshafest ( https://github.com/joshafest ) - 60 commits over the past year.

so it looks to me like there are 4 active developers on the project, at the current time. This is open source so new people could add themselves and others could fade away, so the number of active developers at any one time is not set in stone.


Wow, that’s a lot of commits for 1 year for a $10MM coin - talk about a dream team. 

Regardless, no marketing blown deadlines, no merchants - if BTC has another leg down we could see $.25 or less. 

Sadness...

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November 10, 2018, 11:49:53 PM
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the main bitcore-specific contributors I see across the project and all of these subprojects are (in no particular order) :

dArkjON ( https://github.com/dArkjON ) - 339 commits over the past year.  this is "Jon"
dalijolijo ( https://github.com/dalijolijo ) - 1,386 commits over the past year.  this is "David"
TheTrunk ( https://github.com/TheTrunk ) - 624 commits over the past year.
joshafest ( https://github.com/joshafest ) - 60 commits over the past year.

so it looks to me like there are 4 active developers on the project, at the current time. This is open source so new people could add themselves and others could fade away, so the number of active developers at any one time is not set in stone.


Wow, that’s a lot of commits for 1 year for a $10MM coin - talk about a dream team. 

Regardless, no marketing blown deadlines, no merchants - if BTC has another leg down we could see $.25 or less. 

Sadness...

You are right, the trend is that the price may be even lower. But I hope for large holders who have accumulated all this time.
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November 11, 2018, 11:58:54 AM
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This year, I only stored two coins, BTX and ONION, in the wallet until now. These two coins are my favorite. Like btx dump speed. I hope that both coins have a good development. Do not pay attention to the price of the moment, believe in yourself, believe in the future.
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November 11, 2018, 02:28:40 PM
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All shitcoins will die soon anyway.

100% correct.
see up and down is depends on market value . sometimes its depends wallet status and transaction conjunction . so i hope dev team is working on it . because its just risen from 21 doge to 199 doge in one day in one of exchange.might be dev team is identifying  new term for it.

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November 11, 2018, 04:03:43 PM
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This year, I only stored two coins, BTX and ONION, in the wallet until now. These two coins are my favorite. Like btx dump speed. I hope that both coins have a good development. Do not pay attention to the price of the moment, believe in yourself, believe in the future.
I see you love airdrops. And you know how to be patient. Those who are impatient, have long sold their coins. Your patience will be rewarded.
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November 11, 2018, 05:57:22 PM
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the main bitcore-specific contributors I see across the project and all of these subprojects are (in no particular order) :

dArkjON ( https://github.com/dArkjON ) - 339 commits over the past year.  this is "Jon"
dalijolijo ( https://github.com/dalijolijo ) - 1,386 commits over the past year.  this is "David"
TheTrunk ( https://github.com/TheTrunk ) - 624 commits over the past year.
joshafest ( https://github.com/joshafest ) - 60 commits over the past year.

so it looks to me like there are 4 active developers on the project, at the current time. This is open source so new people could add themselves and others could fade away, so the number of active developers at any one time is not set in stone.


Wow, that’s a lot of commits for 1 year for a $10MM coin - talk about a dream team. 

Regardless, no marketing blown deadlines, no merchants - if BTC has another leg down we could see $.25 or less. 

Sadness...

You are right, the trend is that the price may be even lower. But I hope for large holders who have accumulated all this time.
The fact that large holders continue to keep coins does not affect the growth of value in any way, this only slows down the fall in the price of Bitcore. Buyers needed.
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November 11, 2018, 11:19:24 PM
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 Smiley Smiley Wink Wink
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November 11, 2018, 11:27:04 PM
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 Smiley Smiley

I caught up with the BTX Airdrop twice. Airdrops are just a way of distributing coins, but excessive shorts will bring prices down. Analysis of BTX short data, you will find that in the BTX short process, the number of shorts per unit time is still too concentrated. The price drop is inevitable. The technical implementation of BTX is still timely, and the team should work hard on how to make users store coins and market development. Here are some suggestions for reference:
1: From the perspective of POW and POS, they all have their own theories. But how to get the coin owner to hold coins for a long time to get a return, the POS way is also a good choice. According to the BTX short data analysis, this method is a disguised POS, which should lengthen the short time and reduce the proportion. Proportional control of POS is very important. Can BTX use the mining method of POW+POS?
2: Expanding BTX trading applications in some trading exchanges that have already been launched, with BTX as the exchange of coins.

Good  luck everyone! Smiley Smiley
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Smiley Smiley

I caught up with the BTX Airdrop twice. Airdrops are just a way of distributing coins, but excessive shorts will bring prices down. Analysis of BTX short data, you will find that in the BTX short process, the number of shorts per unit time is still too concentrated. The price drop is inevitable. The technical implementation of BTX is still timely, and the team should work hard on how to make users store coins and market development. Here are some suggestions for reference:
1: From the perspective of POW and POS, they all have their own theories. But how to get the coin owner to hold coins for a long time to get a return, the POS way is also a good choice. According to the BTX short data analysis, this method is a disguised POS, which should lengthen the short time and reduce the proportion. Proportional control of POS is very important. Can BTX use the mining method of POW+POS?
2: Expanding BTX trading applications in some trading exchanges that have already been launched, with BTX as the exchange of coins.

Good  luck everyone! Smiley Smiley

Feels like we dont even need a strong btc move to reach 25cents at this point... just more time.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMK4dSiTPIY

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November 12, 2018, 08:14:25 AM
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Feels like we dont even need a strong btc move to reach 25cents at this point... just more time.


Should rebrand to sellcore, dumpcore or something like this.  Smiley New ATL everyday.
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November 12, 2018, 01:38:42 PM
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What, they only have one dev?  That sucks!  I’m seeing $.10 if that’s the case.


I see 7 on GitHub, with varying degrees of activity. 2 or 3 main ones. 

https://github.com/LIMXTEC/BitCore/graphs/contributors

https://github.com/LIMXTEC/bitcore-lib-btx/graphs/contributors


If this is true then there are a lot of misinformation about the project. It's a great difference between 1 and 7 active developers!!!

the active developers are what i mean by the "main ones." so i see 2 or 3.  the reason for the "or" is that there are a number of sub-projects under LIMXTEC which all support the Bitcore ecosystem (for example the bitcore-lib-btx mentioned above is a sub-project), and each contributor to those subprojects can have their own bitcore related subprojects in the works which have not yet been added to the list of LIMXTEC subprojects. I went ahead and further analyzed this, without going into each contributor's subprojects, so the below doesn't reflect any work done which has not yet been merged or accepted into the deployed code.

the main project (i.e. the "core" project) that I see is this one :

https://github.com/LIMXTEC/BitCore/graphs/contributors

the subprojects that I see are these (note the contributors listed are those from the project that these subprojects forked from, so only bitcore developers which contributed to the main branch are relevant) :

https://github.com/LIMXTEC/Bitcore-BTX-RPC-Installer/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/awesome-bitcore-btx/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/bitcore-lib-btx/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/BTX-Paperwallet/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/bitcore-node-btx/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/Bitcore-BTX-Media-Gallery/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/BTXinsight-docker/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/insight-ui-btx/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/insight-api-btx/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/bitcore-build-btx/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/bitcore-message-btx/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/electrum-bitcore/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/bitcore-seeder/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/btx-convert/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/bitcore-wallet/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/bitcorej/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/PAPERWALLET/graphs/contributors

there are other subprojects under LIMXTEC which have titles that lead me to believe are unrelated to bitcore, so I have ignored those.

the main bitcore-specific contributors I see across the project and all of these subprojects are (in no particular order) :

dArkjON ( https://github.com/dArkjON ) - 339 commits over the past year.  this is "Jon"
dalijolijo ( https://github.com/dalijolijo ) - 1,386 commits over the past year.  this is "David"
TheTrunk ( https://github.com/TheTrunk ) - 624 commits over the past year.
joshafest ( https://github.com/joshafest ) - 60 commits over the past year.

so it looks to me like there are 4 active developers on the project, at the current time. This is open source so new people could add themselves and others could fade away, so the number of active developers at any one time is not set in stone.

Thanks for the accurate compilation of active development on the coin itself.
Also note Bitcore has external devs, working in 3rd party companies but in direct conunction of BTX.

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November 12, 2018, 06:21:25 PM
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What, they only have one dev?  That sucks!  I’m seeing $.10 if that’s the case.


I see 7 on GitHub, with varying degrees of activity. 2 or 3 main ones. 

https://github.com/LIMXTEC/BitCore/graphs/contributors

https://github.com/LIMXTEC/bitcore-lib-btx/graphs/contributors


If this is true then there are a lot of misinformation about the project. It's a great difference between 1 and 7 active developers!!!

the active developers are what i mean by the "main ones." so i see 2 or 3.  the reason for the "or" is that there are a number of sub-projects under LIMXTEC which all support the Bitcore ecosystem (for example the bitcore-lib-btx mentioned above is a sub-project), and each contributor to those subprojects can have their own bitcore related subprojects in the works which have not yet been added to the list of LIMXTEC subprojects. I went ahead and further analyzed this, without going into each contributor's subprojects, so the below doesn't reflect any work done which has not yet been merged or accepted into the deployed code.

the main project (i.e. the "core" project) that I see is this one :

https://github.com/LIMXTEC/BitCore/graphs/contributors

the subprojects that I see are these (note the contributors listed are those from the project that these subprojects forked from, so only bitcore developers which contributed to the main branch are relevant) :

https://github.com/LIMXTEC/Bitcore-BTX-RPC-Installer/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/awesome-bitcore-btx/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/bitcore-lib-btx/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/BTX-Paperwallet/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/bitcore-node-btx/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/Bitcore-BTX-Media-Gallery/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/BTXinsight-docker/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/insight-ui-btx/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/insight-api-btx/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/bitcore-build-btx/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/bitcore-message-btx/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/electrum-bitcore/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/bitcore-seeder/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/btx-convert/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/bitcore-wallet/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/bitcorej/graphs/contributors
https://github.com/LIMXTEC/PAPERWALLET/graphs/contributors

there are other subprojects under LIMXTEC which have titles that lead me to believe are unrelated to bitcore, so I have ignored those.

the main bitcore-specific contributors I see across the project and all of these subprojects are (in no particular order) :

dArkjON ( https://github.com/dArkjON ) - 339 commits over the past year.  this is "Jon"
dalijolijo ( https://github.com/dalijolijo ) - 1,386 commits over the past year.  this is "David"
TheTrunk ( https://github.com/TheTrunk ) - 624 commits over the past year.
joshafest ( https://github.com/joshafest ) - 60 commits over the past year.

so it looks to me like there are 4 active developers on the project, at the current time. This is open source so new people could add themselves and others could fade away, so the number of active developers at any one time is not set in stone.

Thanks for the accurate compilation of active development on the coin itself.
Also note Bitcore has external devs, working in 3rd party companies but in direct conunction of BTX.

thanks  Smiley  I should note however that the number of commits for each of the 4 developers over the past year above is that reported on their GitHub page, which means it includes all GitHub projects that they work on, not just the bitcore related ones. To accurately determine the number of commits directly related to bitcore (and have been accepted and deployed into the main trunk of each subproject), I would need to go to each subproject and individually count the values there, sum them across the projects, and then determine which are the top contributors (I could have a cutoff of say 50 commits).

do you know if there is a way to detect the number of external devs in 3rd party companies? i'm also ignoring the people above who regularly contribute graphics instead of code (such as yourself, and carlos). do you guys save graphics in separate GitHub repositories or keep them private ?

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November 12, 2018, 06:36:43 PM
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the main bitcore-specific contributors I see across the project and all of these subprojects are (in no particular order) :

dArkjON ( https://github.com/dArkjON ) - 339 commits over the past year.  this is "Jon"
dalijolijo ( https://github.com/dalijolijo ) - 1,386 commits over the past year.  this is "David"
TheTrunk ( https://github.com/TheTrunk ) - 624 commits over the past year.
joshafest ( https://github.com/joshafest ) - 60 commits over the past year.

so it looks to me like there are 4 active developers on the project, at the current time. This is open source so new people could add themselves and others could fade away, so the number of active developers at any one time is not set in stone.


Wow, that’s a lot of commits for 1 year for a $10MM coin - talk about a dream team. 

Regardless, no marketing blown deadlines, no merchants - if BTC has another leg down we could see $.25 or less. 

Sadness...


I should note that technically the "no merchants" claim is incorrect if taken literally. Bitcore is integrated with the Paytomat point-of-sale terminal, which is being used by 329 merchants in Europe (Ukraine, Georgia, the Netherlands, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Poland) - see https://bitcore.cc/paytomat-now-supports-bitcore-btx/ . That means that in at least 329 physical stores people can walk in, buy physical items and pay for them in bitcore before leaving the store. They also support more than 18 other cryptocoins, so they are not restricted to bitcore, it's just that bitcore is an option if people choose to pay with it (see https://paytomat.com/ ). There are also the online places such as kamoney ( https://www.kamoney.com.br/  - for paying bills of all sorts in brazil ), luckygames ( https://luckygames.io/ - online gambling ), and games4coins ( https://www.games4coins.com/ - steemit games ).  I say "literally" because if the claim is taken "relatively" then compared with the number of places that accept bitcore cash and bitcore, the number is pretty tiny. those other coins are far more widely accepted.  I think that the important thing though is that at least bitcore has a foothold in a few places, and the challenge is to grow from there.

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November 13, 2018, 12:27:23 AM
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0.46$
rank 414 on CMC Sad
from 40$ to 0.4$  99% dump
I can't remember any coin That has been able to recover 99% loss


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0.46$
rank 414 on CMC Sad
from 40$ to 0.4$  99% dump
I can't remember any coin That has been able to recover 99% loss


If we keep up this pace, we can make it to 0 in a couple of days !   Lips sealed

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I can't remember any coin That has been able to recover 99% loss


The fundamentals are still good, in the next bull run we'll see 99% turn around, no doubt about that.
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0.46$
rank 414 on CMC Sad
from 40$ to 0.4$  99% dump
I can't remember any coin That has been able to recover 99% loss



There's this coin called litecoin that fell 98%. You mighta heard of it. It did kind of ok after that too.
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November 13, 2018, 03:58:31 AM
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Why the massive dump people? Crypto can be freaking unpredictable most times. Is it the normal airdrop guys cashing out or the bear market? This is very steep!!

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0.46$
rank 414 on CMC Sad
from 40$ to 0.4$  99% dump
I can't remember any coin That has been able to recover 99% loss



There's this coin called litecoin that fell 98%. You mighta heard of it. It did kind of ok after that too.

It does not matter 99% or 90%. The main part of the crypto market now shows such results, in addition to some positions from the top. But in the top there is also a drop in prices by 80-85%.
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0.46$
rank 414 on CMC Sad
from 40$ to 0.4$  99% dump
I can't remember any coin That has been able to recover 99% loss



There's this coin called litecoin that fell 98%. You mighta heard of it. It did kind of ok after that too.

It does not matter 99% or 90%. The main part of the crypto market now shows such results, in addition to some positions from the top. But in the top there is also a drop in prices by 80-85%.
"Now" no coin show such results (except abandoned ones). A lot of coins grew from their bottoms 2-3times. Some (like RVN) have more value then they had most of the time. BTX is the only "stablecoin" - permanent drop.
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