Two weeks ago, Bytecoin had a hellish time – the cryptocurrency got kicked out from two major crypto exchange platforms, one of them being Binance and the other OkEx. The slow and disinterested team put out a bleak information how they “work on being re-listed” and that was pretty much all that came from their side.
We all know that there are at least 98% of shitcoins among the 4000 projects that have been launched during this ICO frenzie. Bytecoin, although much older than the rest of worthless coins, appears to be fitting the definition of a shitcoin perfectly.
Delisting from OkEx was caused by a “critical technical issue that has been left unhandled”. Developers didn’t flinch on that announcement. The lack of communication is mind blowing – issues are left unchecked, so exchanges remove the coin from their platforms. Issues with wallets and transfers are high priority, none of those issues are answered by the Bytecoin team.
?What is the difference between Ethereum and Ethereum Classic?
This project is dead – anyone who holds BCN should sell it while they can, if you think you can bounce back, think again. And go see the price action of BitConnect to see the future of BCN, IF the team doesn’t start changing their approach to the project itself and to the community.
Probability of that happening is very low, though. The developers probably already have millions from the past pumps and don’t have any motivation to work hard and be professional about their own project, their commitment is lacking and its showing with all the issues that plague this sorry project.
Will BCN have any use in the future?
Let this post answer that question:
The only reasonable and sane use for bytecoin is to create a paper wallet for each and every bcn you own, properly stitch them together in portrait mode and email it to a company that will create hundreds of rolls of toilet paper out of these paper wallets.
This at the moment pretty much defined the proper and every day use of Bytecoin.
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