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December 15, 2013, 11:46:23 AM
Last edit: December 15, 2013, 12:06:34 PM by pinarello
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OMG what should we do?

Are worst fears are coming true, it appears that NXT is NOT a scam.
So the world is tumbling down for many out here who thought it was.
All evidence and arguments to prove this are in the software and client itself.
Many of us will tumble in a black hole now and we have to search for a real scam coin to attack.

When most of us not even bothered to try the client out because, calling it a scam without arguments, is much more effective to protect the own investment.

NXT is a threat for many becausse of integrated exchange, colored coins, assets, etc...

This is also why I understand BCNext going underground.

It will take some time before we realize what actually happened and why we missed the train to the future of crypto currency.
Deja-vu many did the same with bitcoin, so NXT is the true descendant of bitcoin.
On to a real scamcoin now

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December 15, 2013, 12:48:47 PM
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what a way to put it to them...trolls ain't gonna be happy to hear that.

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December 15, 2013, 01:01:32 PM
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I'm not against NXT or anything and I think it is a good idea, but this statement is misleading "NXT is a threat for many because of integrated exchange, colored coins, assets, etc..."

These features don't exist yet. You don't know if they will ever come to fruition or not. Investing in Nxt is a gamble on whether A. Those features will ever be implemented at all and B. If another crypto doesn't beat Nxt to them (which is likely on at least some of the features) and capture the market share before Nxt can take off.

Also, Nxt is not without competition. Mastercoins got a head start on NXT and I venture to guess they will have some of these features before NXT will.. they have huge bounties for them... 300 BTC for a distributed exchange for instance. Mastercoins aside... there is also eMunie, Protoshares, and Bitshares all doing similar things with similar features.

To claim victory for Nxt right now is a little premature IMO. I'm going to wait and see how the gen2 ALT wars plays out a little bit before picking my horse. At this point all of them are a quite a gamble. A lot of promises could easily turn out to be broken promises.

/rant

That aside, I like the idea of Nxt and think it could be a great thing. However, it isn't that great as it exists today.
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December 15, 2013, 01:02:06 PM
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I'm sorry I must have missed the part where it was proven to not be a scam. Until the source is released, it's a scam in my eyes.

That said, I'm happily running it in a VM.
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