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September 25, 2018, 03:49:31 PM
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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
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September 25, 2018, 07:28:24 PM
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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.
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September 25, 2018, 11:01:22 PM
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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.

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September 26, 2018, 01:45:26 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 ....
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September 26, 2018, 01:58:08 AM
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im hoping BTX team still dedicated...

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September 26, 2018, 04:26:36 AM
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BTX is a solid coin, bear the crypto storm, you’ll be rewarded.
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September 26, 2018, 12:50:30 PM
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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.

P.S. Forgot about those fake pictures, photoshoped car with BTX logo and that billboard in London. It's sad and funny at the same time...

Why do you compare Bitcore with a scam ICO? The developers did not ask you for money. They continue to do their job. Although I see constantly similar projects that are trying to raise money on ICO.
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September 26, 2018, 12:55:33 PM
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Devs are you planning to get $BTX listed on Coinbase? Are you planning on filling out that google form? This project needs some life.



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September 26, 2018, 02:28:04 PM
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REMINDER!!!!!


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bitcorepool.cc is on the latest BTX wallet now! 0.15.2.0 please update to any 0.15x wallet as legacy addresses are not supported anymore!!!⛏⛏⛏⛏
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September 27, 2018, 12:55:40 AM
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WeUseCoins.com pull request created for BTX page

when I do a google search on 'bitcore', the fifth entry on the very first page is "What Is Bitcore? - WeUseCoins" which goes here :

https://www.weusecoins.com/what-is-bitcore/

it turns out that this entry, having been created in January, has old information, but more importantly, it conflates the bitcore coin (i.e. BTX) with an API called 'bitcore' which is unrelated to BTX, and is instead used to interface with bitcoin.

luckily, it turns out that WeUseCoins has all of their pages in a GitHub account, which means anyone with a GitHub account can propose changes to keep the page data up-to-date.

I went ahead and created a GitHub account - something I've been meaning to do for forever but have never done because I've always written only proprietary software - went into the WeUseCoins GitHub account, made the appropriate changes (as well as updating the page with new info), committed into a branch and then made a pull request.

the pull request is here :
https://github.com/sunnankar/wuc-new/pull/613

seeing as this is my first GitHub activity, it would be helpful if more experienced git-hubbers out there could take a peek and make sure I did things right? my understanding is that I have to wait for someone to review it and ok it, and then make the merge on the WeUseCoins side. also I believe the data that I added is correct but it would always be good for someone to review it for accuracy.

besides the removal of the unrelated API information, the change also includes a fix to the link to BTX's home page (bitcore.cc) , which was pointing to the wrong place (bitcore.io, which is the unrelated API address).

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September 27, 2018, 08:27:03 AM
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WeUseCoins.com pull request created for BTX page

when I do a google search on 'bitcore', the fifth entry on the very first page is "What Is Bitcore? - WeUseCoins" which goes here :

https://www.weusecoins.com/what-is-bitcore/

it turns out that this entry, having been created in January, has old information, but more importantly, it conflates the bitcore coin (i.e. BTX) with an API called 'bitcore' which is unrelated to BTX, and is instead used to interface with bitcoin.

luckily, it turns out that WeUseCoins has all of their pages in a GitHub account, which means anyone with a GitHub account can propose changes to keep the page data up-to-date.

I went ahead and created a GitHub account - something I've been meaning to do for forever but have never done because I've always written only proprietary software - went into the WeUseCoins GitHub account, made the appropriate changes (as well as updating the page with new info), committed into a branch and then made a pull request.

the pull request is here :
https://github.com/sunnankar/wuc-new/pull/613

seeing as this is my first GitHub activity, it would be helpful if more experienced git-hubbers out there could take a peek and make sure I did things right? my understanding is that I have to wait for someone to review it and ok it, and then make the merge on the WeUseCoins side. also I believe the data that I added is correct but it would always be good for someone to review it for accuracy.

besides the removal of the unrelated API information, the change also includes a fix to the link to BTX's home page (bitcore.cc) , which was pointing to the wrong place (bitcore.io, which is the unrelated API address).


it worked!

well, sort of. the person who merged the changes in removed my links to various youtube sites which gave more information; particularly the demonstration of the General Bytes BTX Demo under the "How Can I Buy Bitcore?" section on the WeUseCoins page (i.e. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sd8jIkx-JHc ).  On the other hand, perhaps I "did it wrong" - I had included embeds for the videos into <li> tags, and maybe that didn't work. I wasn't able to fully test the thing before I made the pull request. But at least the request was accepted, and WeUseCoins is now displaying the latest info along with the correct links to bitcore.cc and GitHub, and is no longer displaying information about the unaffiliated API library.  (I had also included the zelcore video under "which wallets can I use?" [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H2N9ZjcgMcg], which was redacted as well).

email I got from sunnankar on GitHub (slightly redacted) :

Re: [sunnankar/wuc-new] Removed info on bitpay's library, updated (#613)

This is a good start at disentangling the two projects. If further clarification or updates need to be made then please submit additional pull requests. Thanks!


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September 27, 2018, 02:55:24 PM
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Devs are you planning to get $BTX listed on Coinbase? Are you planning on filling out that google form? This project needs some life.
I doubt that they will be engaged in listing on stock exchanges and marketing. They are focused on the other. They were offered to participate in the voting for the listing for Kucoin, but they refused. Referring to the fact that this is a fraudulent exchange, but for me, Kucoin is much better than for example Cryptopia and Bit-Z.
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Bitcore will be one of the main sponsors in the Malta Blockchain Summit this November. This should create huge effect
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September 27, 2018, 09:04:29 PM
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Devs are you planning to get $BTX listed on Coinbase? Are you planning on filling out that google form? This project needs some life.
I doubt that they will be engaged in listing on stock exchanges and marketing. They are focused on the other. They were offered to participate in the voting for the listing for Kucoin, but they refused. Referring to the fact that this is a fraudulent exchange, but for me, Kucoin is much better than for example Cryptopia and Bit-Z.

... to vote BTX into Kucoin , one had to sign up for an account , if they were smart , they'd allow a vote without this ....

their loss to not list BTX not the other way around...
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September 27, 2018, 11:14:02 PM
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im afraid BTX will have the same faith with BSD another Devs project. i guess the problem is they are very bad marketers

I dont think they are bad at marketing, they just dropped too much coins on the market and we are still taking damage because of that. In time that will resolve it self.
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September 28, 2018, 09:03:04 AM
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Awesome coin and ridiculous price Shocked
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September 28, 2018, 11:35:53 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.

P.S. Forgot about those fake pictures, photoshoped car with BTX logo and that billboard in London. It's sad and funny at the same time...

Calm down, buddy. I know that coins can die, I'm here long enough and i have seen many projects die. But something is still happening at Bitcore. The team is active and is always looking for new partners for Bitcore, there are also updates of the wallet etc. This does not look like a dead project to me. I also do not think it's great that the price has slipped so low, but I know that does not always mean the dead of a project. Of course I can be wrong and you're right, but we'll see that in the next few months. I stay positive and keep my Bitcore coins. I also did that with Bitcoin, although many wrote that Bitcoin is dead. However, we both would like to see a better price, but at the moment we have to live with the low price.  Wink
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September 28, 2018, 04:36:16 PM
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Services, platforms, exchanges are not banks nor is there much recourse if something happens with your funds on them. Hold your own funds, control your own keys, remember to make your backups! Stay safe, stay smart about your coins.
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September 28, 2018, 10:41:36 PM
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... to vote BTX into Kucoin , one had to sign up for an account , if they were smart , they'd allow a vote without this ....

their loss to not list BTX not the other way around...
I do not agree with your opinion.
KUCOIN exchange's owners do this mainly in order to prevent potential spamming votes from massively scammers.
I think they have had good mechanisms to fight against risks of getting fake winners via Community Vote.
... we're all welcome to opinions , they're still free....
.... there are other acceptable ways to verify a vote , without making us join their club , trust them with $ , then if they exit scam all toasted....

...for a vote ....
no thanks.
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September 29, 2018, 01:21:40 PM
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Calm down, buddy. I know that coins can die, I'm here long enough and i have seen many projects die. But something is still happening at Bitcore. The team is active and is always looking for new partners for Bitcore, there are also updates of the wallet etc. This does not look like a dead project to me. I also do not think it's great that the price has slipped so low, but I know that does not always mean the dead of a project. Of course I can be wrong and you're right, but we'll see that in the next few months. I stay positive and keep my Bitcore coins. I also did that with Bitcoin, although many wrote that Bitcoin is dead. However, we both would like to see a better price, but at the moment we have to live with the low price.  Wink

Activity of the thread reassure. But for me Bitcore is the worst investment of the year Smiley I came in at 16 USD in last December. The greed is a bad companion. Only diversification helps me. Hope Bitcore will repeat in 2019-2020 the hystory of Litecoin (from 4$ to 300$ in one year)

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A purely peer-to-peer version of electronic cash would allow online payments to be sent directly from one party to another without going through a financial institution. Digital signatures provide part of the solution, but the main benefits are lost if a trusted third party is still required to prevent double-spending. We propose a solution to the double-spending problem using a peer-to-peer network. The network timestamps transactions by hashing them into an ongoing chain of hash-based proof-of-work, forming a record that cannot be changed without redoing the proof-of-work. The longest chain not only serves as proof of the sequence of events witnessed, but proof that it came from the largest pool of CPU power. As long as a majority of CPU power is controlled by nodes that are not cooperating to attack the network, they'll generate the longest chain and outpace attackers. The network itself requires minimal structure. Messages are broadcast on a best effort basis, and nodes can leave and rejoin the network at will, accepting the longest proof-of-work chain as proof of what happened while they were gone.
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