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April 25, 2017, 11:20:44 PM
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segwit HuhHuhHuhHuhHuhHuh?
just rumours in slack chanel
should know very soon  Lips sealed
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April 26, 2017, 04:30:40 AM
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sorry i'm out...
waiting next update and cheap...
Good luck holder
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April 26, 2017, 10:31:58 PM
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ama buy below 30k  Tongue
BTM is rare coin, as i seems next DCR
682874 coins on poloniex sell side
i will buy new lambo in ny ' 2018
dumpers gonnacry, buyers gonna  r‡ch and you are now bitch
screw you
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April 27, 2017, 02:04:07 AM
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hard2up
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Amazing, just amazing
it was awesome diss, or something like that
doesn't matter, i have a good news
last time i had wrote
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$ 0.5 per coin? Its madness
I had sold all. GL bagholders!
i was right, but now i think to re-buy this coin for long-term investment.
Its can be MOON, but cannot dump harder  Grin
If mister whale or retard player want to sell a big amount of BTM - he can do it! my buy orders waiting your call  Grin
I hope we will see a new roadmap in a next week
and mini-pump or maybe not, nevermind
all altcoins near new high, but not BTM
Coincidence?  I do not think so.
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April 27, 2017, 07:13:57 PM
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Believe YourMother at your own risk.

Sad that they stoop to such lies just to sink the market price 10%.  Angry

Clear to me it's a poster telling lies.  Proof and admission below.   Wink


The guy forked the Solid project into a repository called bitmark-storage and now he's using git pull upstream to take other peoples' work and give the impression that bitmark is under development when in fact this shitcoin has stopped being developed since 2015 (if you don't count the 2016 commits on readme files and protocol version bumps) . Even his newest bitmark-app repository is just an empty electron instance  Cheesy

One search can answer this.

https://solid.mit.edu/

"Meet Our Team"

Melvin Carvalho is listed as contributor to Solid, along with Tim Berners-Lee

Conclusion, Bitmark developer is also working on an MIT Project with the man who invented the World Wide Web, and leveraging his own work in Bitmark Storage development. 



I knew this already, but the Bitmark blockchain has nothing to do with the Solid protocol.

Bizarre reply.

You knew already that what you said was the opposite of the truth.  You admit you were lying. Grin

Solid is his work, so is Bitmark Storage.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=660544.msg18615219#msg18615219
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April 27, 2017, 07:23:33 PM
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I remember I put you on ignore since you and your fellow trolls pumped and dumped crave with bob surplus.

We all know that bitmark is based off Tim Burns Lee's solid project, Melvin will even tell you him self, if you look at pictures you so kindly tried to use as FUD, you'll see that BTM is " 10 commits ahead of solid" written by Melvin.

People like you really are disgusting with your shill accounts, be a man and use your regular account, stop shilling to get people to dump, that really is quite sick.

Back to ignore for you.


Ah, you saw through it too.  Grin

Melvin Carvalho is a genius.  Who or what is "YourMother"Huh
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April 27, 2017, 10:30:44 PM
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Does someone know why is polo on maintenance? This is now for severela days.
Is there a wallet update or something else?
Thanks.
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April 28, 2017, 09:29:27 AM
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Does someone know why is polo on maintenance? This is now for severela days.
Is there a wallet update or something else?
Thanks.

Best raise a ticket with polo, surely only their answer is valid, not on here.
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April 28, 2017, 09:38:22 AM
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So from reading slack I see the lead dev of this project is "melvster" on here.

He says his and many more accounts were hacked and he is not able to reply on this forum.  theymos has not responded to his request for a password reset to his email.

This is true, just look at his posts before hack until Nov, 2016 were high information posts.
After Feb, 2017, it's all hacker's spam.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=545;sa=showPosts

So, if people want him to post here, they need to ask theymos to reset his password to his real gmail address.
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April 29, 2017, 03:08:00 PM
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Any news about segwit or masternode?
dev are you alive?
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April 30, 2017, 07:02:43 PM
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Any news about segwit or masternode?
dev are you alive?
dev work hard
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https://asciimoo.github.io/searx/dev/engine_overview.html

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so i worked out how to add marking results to the decentralized search engine

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turned out to be quite easy!

[8:35]
this could be quite nice that you can turn on a feature to add marked content to your search results, so you can see what your friends like

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and maybe you'll get marks for finding good content in search too!

[8:36]
perhaps gamify it and make a leaderboard for the best searchers etc.
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May 01, 2017, 02:33:25 AM
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Does someone know why is polo on maintenance? This is now for severela days.
Is there a wallet update or something else?
Thanks.

Several days ... btm has been in maintenance for weeks on poloniex.
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May 01, 2017, 12:45:27 PM
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Does someone know why is polo on maintenance? This is now for severela days.
Is there a wallet update or something else?
Thanks.

Several days ... btm has been in maintenance for weeks on poloniex.
Did you contact support?
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May 01, 2017, 01:17:16 PM
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I think BTM will be Poloniex's delist next round.
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May 01, 2017, 01:41:18 PM
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I think BTM will be Poloniex's delist next round.

How are they can delist polo'marking system?
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May 01, 2017, 04:20:52 PM
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I think BTM will be Poloniex's delist next round.

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May 01, 2017, 05:59:08 PM
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I think BTM will be Poloniex's delist next round.

How are they can delist polo'marking system?

Exactly, also they'd have to give people the ability to withdraw their btm, which hasn't been possible for months. So, they could delist it, but it seems unlikely. I suspect the hassle of figuring out what is going on with btm devs, etc, in order to delist it, is more trouble than just keeping it listed  Grin
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May 01, 2017, 06:31:32 PM
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We'll be trading on SUPER net soon.  But my view is that liaising with polo and other exchanges is the top priority for this month at least, before the next online summit.  I dont trade, so it will have to be others that do that drive that.  Let's see how far we get. :slightly_smiling_face:


What I think what happened was an accidental transaction got orphaned, and one of the exchanges synced to the wrong chain causing a bit of confusion.  But I speculate.  It would be great to find out the reason for temp suspend of the wallet.  Then maybe we can fix the issue.

I hope wallet suspension is temporary and btm is not delisted.  Polo have said that they wont delist us as long as there is active development.  I stand ready to volunteer to help develop the coin, if it keeps gonig.  Hopefully, there will be more clarity as the month progresses.  Then we can so an online summit in June, the next roadmap, technical goals, outreach to new communities and marketing material ...


There is actually a lot of technology for marking already built, so its just a case of getting it (nearer) to production quality.  Smiley
 could have decentralized identity, storage, search, marking and payments all from a desktop client, with lots of very good content, in the next 6 month roadmap.  All the pieces are there for that, it's a case of putting it together and making a good user epxerience
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May 02, 2017, 12:48:33 AM
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Im imagine the system app which are contain marking of people. it will be great for poloniex-troll-box. We can to  consider who is who, maybe person gave good trayding signal and his profile will be good. People will use this app for chating sorf of slack or telegram. This is madness but we have the gifted dev.
In the end of year BTM will be great again. I belive in this project very hard
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May 02, 2017, 04:24:34 AM
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We'll be trading on SUPER net soon.  But my view is that liaising with polo and other exchanges is the top priority for this month at least, before the next online summit.  I dont trade, so it will have to be others that do that drive that.  Let's see how far we get. :slightly_smiling_face:


What I think what happened was an accidental transaction got orphaned, and one of the exchanges synced to the wrong chain causing a bit of confusion.  But I speculate.  It would be great to find out the reason for temp suspend of the wallet.  Then maybe we can fix the issue.

I hope wallet suspension is temporary and btm is not delisted.  Polo have said that they wont delist us as long as there is active development.  I stand ready to volunteer to help develop the coin, if it keeps gonig.  Hopefully, there will be more clarity as the month progresses.  Then we can so an online summit in June, the next roadmap, technical goals, outreach to new communities and marketing material ...


There is actually a lot of technology for marking already built, so its just a case of getting it (nearer) to production quality.  Smiley
 could have decentralized identity, storage, search, marking and payments all from a desktop client, with lots of very good content, in the next 6 month roadmap.  All the pieces are there for that, it's a case of putting it together and making a good user epxerience

I read the stuff on the hard fork rules... unanimous (or near it) consent kills any fork, which seemed like a naive thing to even suggest.

Additionally, the thing about the "accidental transaction" and the "wrong chain" has me a bit worried, sounds like a fork or a f-up, which no one is really solving.

The Dev (melvincarvalho) also says he stands ready help develop the coin, if it keeps going, not exactly sounding like he is into it, at the moment.

Then, you think about Bitmark Inc and I start wondering if Bitmark, as we know it, now, is just hoping to ride the coattails of the Chinese  project, Bitmark Inc with their funding announcements last year and other news they had.... I checked to see if there was a new wallet on bitmark.io and it is still Bitmark Core 0.9.4.0 beta despite the recent news of releases.... I guess we will see stuff "Soon" since
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There is actually a lot of technology for marking already built, so its just a case of getting it (nearer) to production quality.  Smiley
 could have decentralized identity, storage, search, marking and payments all from a desktop client, with lots of very good content, in the next 6 month roadmap.  All the pieces are there for that, it's a case of putting it together and making a good user epxerience

Blind faith is just as bad as trolling... it would be nice to see some alpha builds for the general public since nearer to production quality seems like they should have that....
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