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August 14, 2017, 01:35:38 AM
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Just curious if I missed something about RISE or is it just some daily hype and will die eventually?
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August 14, 2017, 01:51:10 AM
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Just curious if I missed something about RISE or is it just some daily hype and will die eventually?

Seems like a clone of ARK, same wallet and delegate system. Even many of the delegates are the same on RISE as ARK

ARK: https://explorer.rise.vision/delegateMonitor
RISE: https://explorer.ark.io/delegateMonitor

Clone or not the projects roadmap does look good. Allowing devs to build/integrate with Java, Python, C++ RUBY, etc is pretty cool, there's a use case for the coin/project. I like ARK, so this peaks my interest and seems to have blown up on bittrex over the last 24h. Seems like ARK though, am I missing something?

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https://rise.vision/


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August 14, 2017, 02:05:59 AM
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Also why would a business use those altcoins like RISE? wouldnt they be the only ones doing it thus making the purpose of most altcoins very useless?

Because I really dont get it when all those altcoins starts to skyrocket when they dont even have any use in everyday economy.
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