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July 28, 2014, 12:44:24 PM
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i still have mine too
re vive this coin and every body will be more than happy

ps we also have enought of DEV that F..... us

i will keep this coin until the end



Still holding. I will keep mine till the end also. PM me if you'd like to correspond.

Also, some of us should reach out to the WAS team "https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=661588" to organize a take over..... they've done it before and were quite successful at it.

I don't know. They relaunched it a little over a month ago, and just going by the sell orders on the coin (which nobody is actually buying it at), it's at $9381.42 market cap. I'm not sure I'd call that successful.

I feel your pain guys, I honestly do. I had a small amount of bluechip on bittrex, but completely forgot about it.


But as someone with a lot of experience in relaunching a coin, unless you are really, really passionate about it and have a dream team of clever talent ready to dedicate themselves 100% and invest their own $$ to support the project because they love it, and not because they're trying to make loads of money... don't bother. You're much better off creating a new coin than trying to revive an old one, and even then, I wouldn't recommend doing it unless you can meet all the requisites above.


My advice to you is to find coins with a development team that has shown exactly that kind of selfless dedication and investment into their coin, and take part in their community. There's lots of good coins with great, dedicated devs that work hard and care about the community. Otherwise, keep your eye out for new coins that look promising, and don't hold any coin long term that is supported by a dev you aren't absolutely certain will not abandon the project.

Either way, I don't recommend relaunching this coin, especially if these few words cast doubt in your mind. Make no mistake, it is a phenomenally difficult undertaking. I have the utmost respect for any team that takes up the challenge... but be prepared to fight tooth and nail for every sliver of success, and take care to enjoy the experience of working on the project itself and trying to do something great with it - because that truly is the most rewarding part of it all.

Best wishes.
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October 06, 2014, 04:32:16 PM
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1% premine of the total coins supply is totally insane!!!

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November 13, 2017, 09:40:28 PM
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THIS is the REAL BCH
revival now, to mess up the plans of banksters and their bcash lackeys haha
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