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May 28, 2014, 11:34:04 PM
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It is not a clone, at least not a clone of the recent code. The code is obfuscated (probably proguard?) and I don't have time to dig further, but seems to be using a lot of third party libraries that we [Nxt] don't use. Uses jetty, and json-simple, but also jackson and mapdb, no H2.

The developer has definitely borrowed ideas from Nxt, but probably not much from the current implementation.

As for the speculations that it may be BCNext himself - not his style, remember the original Nxt code did not use any other libraries (even the jetty dependency was added later by CfB) and was a single file. It is more likely a good java developer who started from the original Nxt 0.4.x code like I did, but then continued his own way into a completely different implementation. But all this may have been intentional, to confuse people - so the conspiracy theories will keep going on.


6 million and 4 UR fuckeds..
6 million and 5 ... 

WTG Mr. Shill ...

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June 04, 2014, 03:02:01 PM
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It is not a clone, at least not a clone of the recent code. The code is obfuscated (probably proguard?) and I don't have time to dig further, but seems to be using a lot of third party libraries that we [Nxt] don't use. Uses jetty, and json-simple, but also jackson and mapdb, no H2.

The developer has definitely borrowed ideas from Nxt, but probably not much from the current implementation.

As for the speculations that it may be BCNext himself - not his style, remember the original Nxt code did not use any other libraries (even the jetty dependency was added later by CfB) and was a single file. It is more likely a good java developer who started from the original Nxt 0.4.x code like I did, but then continued his own way into a completely different implementation. But all this may have been intentional, to confuse people - so the conspiracy theories will keep going on.


6 million and 4 UR fuckeds..
6 million and 5 ...  

WTG Mr. Shill ...


By the way what the hell do you mean?

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June 04, 2014, 10:35:49 PM
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It is not a clone, at least not a clone of the recent code. The code is obfuscated (probably proguard?) and I don't have time to dig further, but seems to be using a lot of third party libraries that we [Nxt] don't use. Uses jetty, and json-simple, but also jackson and mapdb, no H2.

The developer has definitely borrowed ideas from Nxt, but probably not much from the current implementation.

As for the speculations that it may be BCNext himself - not his style, remember the original Nxt code did not use any other libraries (even the jetty dependency was added later by CfB) and was a single file. It is more likely a good java developer who started from the original Nxt 0.4.x code like I did, but then continued his own way into a completely different implementation. But all this may have been intentional, to confuse people - so the conspiracy theories will keep going on.


6 million and 4 UR fuckeds..
6 million and 5 ... 

WTG Mr. Shill ...


By the way what the hell do you mean?

I was making light of the fact that a shitcoin, eg. QORA, was worth $6 million. The price was 100 sats at that time..

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June 04, 2014, 10:38:18 PM
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Hey @ all.

Why there are so many haters about a coin!
It is just a coin and nothing more.  Wink


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June 06, 2014, 06:28:12 AM
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"Do not trust anyone who calls themselves BCNext."
- BCNext

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June 06, 2014, 06:29:15 AM
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"Do not trust anyone who calls themselves BCNext."
- BCNext

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He never admitted anything Wink

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June 06, 2014, 08:50:09 AM
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Quote from: Jean-Luc
It is not a clone, at least not a clone of the recent code. The code is obfuscated (probably proguard?) and I don't have time to dig further, but seems to be using a lot of third party libraries that we [Nxt] don't use. Uses jetty, and json-simple, but also jackson and mapdb, no H2.

The developer has definitely borrowed ideas from Nxt, but probably not much from the current implementation.

As for the speculations that it may be BCNext himself - not his style, remember the original Nxt code did not use any other libraries (even the jetty dependency was added later by CfB) and was a single file. It is more likely a good java developer who started from the original Nxt 0.4.x code like I did, but then continued his own way into a completely different implementation. But all this may have been intentional, to confuse people - so the conspiracy theories will keep going on.


6 million and 4 UR fuckeds..
6 million and 5 ... 

WTG Mr. Shill ...


By the way what the hell do you mean?

I was making light of the fact that a shitcoin, eg. QORA, was worth $6 million. The price was 100 sats at that time..


you got a weird definition for shitcoin. Qora is a new code. There are only two other new codes so far. Shitcoin?

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June 07, 2014, 04:58:51 AM
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BCNext will tell us who is him Wink
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February 14, 2015, 11:49:34 AM
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BCNext will tell us who is him Wink


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=881230.msg10457748#msg10457748


^^what if he already did..

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February 14, 2015, 04:32:54 PM
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The price of Qora has definitely started to rise. What are the chances that both Qora and BCNext make exactly 231 posts and then mysteriously disappear, never to be heard from again.  He's like a serial killer all cryptic and mystical.
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February 14, 2015, 05:12:01 PM
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The price of Qora has definitely started to rise. What are the chances that both Qora and BCNext make exactly 231 posts and then mysteriously disappear, never to be heard from again.  He's like a serial killer all cryptic and mystical.

Or it does no harm to your creation to propagate a tasty mystery by duplicating easily accessible metrics. 

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