User Posts: Damian Booker

The decentralized smart contract platform Qtum, in association with the company SpaceChain, has officially launched its second Blockchain node with the aim of ...

The weakest point of Ethereum and Bitcoin blockchains are their transaction speeds which prompted Zilliqa to start their project - it is expected that Zilliqa ...

The vision of the ICON Project is to introduce the new era of decentralization by redefining the meaning of communities and creating a new world by connecting ...

The OmiseGo platform may have been somewhat forgotten but some of the recent developments suggest that the team has decided to lay low and work hard on ...

After the Oyster Pearl scandal that saw an anonymous developer dubbed Bruno exploiting their smart contract to mint new coins for himself, it appears that one ...

Skycoin is a project described by TNW like this: "... Enter Skycoin, the sounds-to-good-to-be-true coin with so many problems its likelihood of being a scam ...

Ark is one of the projects that uses delegated proof of stake mechanism to reach consensus on its network. One of the many inherent traits of this type of ...

Kik, which was founded in 2009, has over 300 million users, 20,000 bots, and launched its ICO token, called KIN, to ICO investors on 9/26/2017. Kin was only ...

We have covered the misery around Bytecoin on several occasions. After getting canned from Binance and other big exchanges, there are couple of team members ...

Browsing All Comments By: Damian Booker
  1. We actually did couple of posts on OMG earlier, where we covered how the missed deadlines and unreal expectations in combination with poor communication make up a terrible mix for OMG and their future. This user’s post perfectly mirrored those articles and we clearly stated that this is a relay of his post.

  2. The post is referenced in the article.

  3. At the time, in 2017 it was 3rd. That time qualifier has been added, thanks for the catch :).

  4. Not active as a developer.

  5. Yes, I clearly stated that I took paragraphs from this author as I fully agreed with him.

    You do realize that you did nothing but insult me with your comment? No rebuttal or counter-arguments. Bottom line is, Ripple created XRP and still completely controls every aspect of the project making it entirely centralized and NOT a cryptocurrency.

  6. Thanks – I do have a small head so I guess my brain really is little 🙂

  7. You do realize that most of his points are simply his opinions sprinkled with couple of images? Take off the shitcoin glasses before you go bankrupt.

  8. Thanks for the comment! Please do point out the “uneducated” part, otherwise your comment is waste of time.

  9. Thanks for the feedback and sorry that truth offends you!

  10. Thank you very much for this insight! I will make sure to look into it – my job on the site (and in life) is to be the thorny skeptic!

  11. But there is some serious liquidity and dumping on hodlers. The fork is just an initiative from within the Kin community that I touched upon.

  12. Thanks for the comment! I will ignore the insults and your opinion on the article as that is utterly irrelevant and will focus on this part:
    You admit they pumped and dumped the coin on their community – please do tell me what is you definition of a scam? For me, that is a scam. An exit scam as no one with an ounce of dignity can come back and ask people to believe him again after he shit on them. Plus, anonymous developers = 70% scam in my eyes. Perform an overt PnD you get another 30%. So 100% scam.

    Perhaps not an exit scam – they might come back to plunder the community one more time. If that is the message you are trying to convey, I actually agree – that might happen as crypto is full of masochistic idiots that keep letting frauds shit over them.

  13. Thank you baron for commenting on my peasant post. Now go shill your KIN bags while VC funds dump on you, mighty aristocrat.