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November 03, 2018, 05:55:09 PM
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I dont think its related to the price of the coin, if the team has sold their share and abandoned the community then the coin will be dead. I have some tokens which are 90% down, still the team is working and executing their roadmap.

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November 03, 2018, 06:34:54 PM
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as long as there is a request, regardless of the price even though $ 1 will not result in the removal of bitcoin, and I think as long as there are fluctuations the demand will remain, if the worst possible example is that bitcoin does not have a price and ends then it will be the end of the crypto currency, because I'm sure there will be no altcoins that can replace bitcoin at any time
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November 03, 2018, 06:56:48 PM
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very far from the usual so there is no price at all starting from some markets that already have exchanges or purchases that only get a few dollars.
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November 03, 2018, 06:59:51 PM
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Even though the value of the coin falls is very low but there is still an exchange, it cannot be called dead, and if it falls low and does not exist in exchange it can be said that the coin is dead. Bitcoin is the most popular coin, and even though bitcoin falls, it won't make bitcoin die, calm down because bitcoin will increase again.

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November 03, 2018, 07:05:05 PM
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Why do people talk about bitcoin dying? bitcoin will not die. the bull will run by december and that is next month.

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November 03, 2018, 07:21:42 PM
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i have no idea about this but i think there is no standard for this .
a coin comeback from any price bcz crypto is volatile and if the team sold their token then that coin will die.

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November 03, 2018, 07:23:06 PM
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Of course not.A dead coin can be considered when it starts a negative balance) If we are talking about bitcoin,then of course in any case it is impossible to allow such a catastrophic drop in price.Otherwise, everything will collapse.Many coins are not destined to reach the $ 1000 mark at all.And it is premature to bury bitcoin on this principle is not allowed at all.Once such conversations verticalspacer he's a definite leader on the market.

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November 03, 2018, 07:38:09 PM
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In my opinion. The coin is said to die when the coin has no value or price in the crypto market. and the coin has lost all investors or interested ones. at present all coins have decreased by more than 50 percent from the price at the beginning of the year. however, this condition does not indicate if the crypto currency will die. we still remember the initial price when bitcoin was first in the world. Bitcoin prices are much cheaper than current prices. thus there is still a chance for crypto to continue to grow.
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November 03, 2018, 09:02:04 PM
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I think a coin will be dead when there are no more miners. Transactions need miners to verify transactions as new blocks are found. Even as most miners quit, it'll be okay since difficulty adjusts to the total hash rate. There could be one day when nobody wants to mine any more if the price of a coin is so low that even with free electricity, the cost of a mining rig is much more than the value of a coin.

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November 03, 2018, 09:09:37 PM
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What is the price at which a coin is considered dead or when an exchange decides to delist the coin?
Like bitcoin was 20k in jan so if it reaches less than 1k we can consider it dead?

Tokens do trade for just a few sats up to many many thousands, there is no set standard for an exchange to delist, they still make money on the fees unless of course all the market activity ends, say on an announcement that further work on the protocols and standards are not to be continued, for instance. This development work is key to a digital tokens ongoing life and this is also the reason for the most popular of these being at such a good price per token.

Most of the times when an exchange announces a delisting, this is usually to do with the ending of a tokens development, sometimes even; the blockchain has problems, the exchange reaches out to the developers and with no response, there is no choice but to delist.

There are many other reasons too...
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November 03, 2018, 09:20:32 PM
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It's mostly because of the price.

It's more on the reason on why the specific coin/token dropped in price.

Developers abandoned it?

Then chances are it might indeed die of no other developers take over and if there are no running nodes left.
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November 03, 2018, 09:25:43 PM
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What is the price at which a coin is considered dead or when an exchange decides to delist the coin?
Like bitcoin was 20k in jan so if it reaches less than 1k we can consider it dead?

Lol...dead to me is probably when an Exchnage delist it...
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November 03, 2018, 09:33:10 PM
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What is the price at which a coin is considered dead or when an exchange decides to delist the coin?
Like bitcoin was 20k in jan so if it reaches less than 1k we can consider it dead?

I think the Coin is said to die if it has no value, if the bitcoin from January 20k to 1k is a fluctuating price value that occurs, but it is different if the price of bitcoin has reached the point where 1 bitcoin has no price of nearly 0.
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November 03, 2018, 09:47:23 PM
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What is the price at which a coin is considered dead or when an exchange decides to delist the coin?
Like bitcoin was 20k in jan so if it reaches less than 1k we can consider it dead?

Bitcoin is Bitcoin. Considering that it is valuable in its own, there is no need to calculate the price with the USD, so it doesn't die. There were times when Bitcoin's price was under 1USD. Also, it has to be ruined for his death, which is impossible.
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November 03, 2018, 09:50:46 PM
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When that currency still exists on the exchange, I think it is still alive and growing. And of course, when the value of the bitcoin from $ 20,000 drops to $ 1000, it still exists and is still likely to grow again.

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November 03, 2018, 10:26:54 PM
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The currency dies if I lose those who want to buy them at very low prices and this is almost impossible
Unless something extraordinary and unique such as the collapse of the currency project occurs
Or  if the developers abandon the currency as mentioned by one of guys.
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November 03, 2018, 10:59:22 PM
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What is the price at which a coin is considered dead or when an exchange decides to delist the coin?
Like bitcoin was 20k in jan so if it reaches less than 1k we can consider it dead?

I don't think there is a standard to what you asked. A project can die right from the very state of its ICO
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November 03, 2018, 11:20:16 PM
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the price is now that defines the death of a coin but it is the volume. Even if a coin has 100k price for example but not any volume it is considered dead as no one trades it 

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November 03, 2018, 11:21:33 PM
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What is the price at which a coin is considered dead or when an exchange decides to delist the coin?
Like bitcoin was 20k in jan so if it reaches less than 1k we can consider it dead?
Coin was died when it has no value, project was not simply die because of the dump you are just afraid to face that coin has a strong dump because of many panic seller that was afraid to loose their money, thats why coin was continue to dump if they are just holding it the value of the coin would not be dump like that.
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November 03, 2018, 11:37:19 PM
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No, even 1k$ price per BTC won't kill it, believe me. Its not the price what affects crypto, it is about how lively is the community and investors, price of a single coin can't make vast changes here.

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