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Weekly Burst Report #69
Read the full article at The Burstcoinist
Please share your thoughts on reddit about possible exchange listings.
Trying to keep the discussion all in one place, sorry that I have to post a link to another forum, but it's easier to keep it organized this way.
Weekly Burst Report #67
Weekly $BURST Report #67
BRS Alpha released on testnet, new Burst development roadmap, marketing initiatives, and more! Read the full article at The Burstcoinist
Burst On The Go! New Android Wallet Version 0.2.0 Released!
The PoC Consortium has released a new version of their popular Burst Android App. Along with other small changes, they have also taken the input form the community and expanded the functionality of the wallet.
Encrypted / Unencrypted transaction messages
Style changes and UX improvements
Specify outgoing payment in Fiat
Most notably, the added feature of Encrypted/Unencrypted transaction messages enables people to perform transactions with Bittrex! This app is the easiest way for Burst users to manage contacts, makes transactions, and monitor your wallet, all wrapped into a simple, sleek, and modern interface.
For those that wish to upgrade immediately, or install for the first time, please visit:
Or enter the google play store on your phone, and search for "Ice Wave Burst Wallet". There are other Burst Wallets in the store to be confused by, so make sure the app is by ICE WAVE.
The PoC Consortium encourages people to report any bugs or request ne features using this link:https://github.com/PoC-Consortium/burstcoin-mobile-doc/issues Also, you can visit their Discord server with any questions via this link: https://discord.gg/UH7CHHq
RE: Vintage PC
@Gibsalot Not sure how old everything is but....
Usually almost any aftermarket motherboard is worth something. Also, older asus boards from HP machines (usually AMD ones)
Top of their line old cpus can be worth a bit. I sold a PIII 1000 mhz for $200 (cpu only - might have been a rare model)
Save anything 486 or older for sale.
Plextor CD/DVD writers.
Older servers...usually not much is good to sell, but check the model number of hard drives. Sometimes these servers are still running, and the hard drives are scarce for the arrays that are being run. Can run into some $50 old scsi drives.
RE: The Dymaxion Speculation - What We Know and What Does Everyone Think?
@propagandalf What do you think it could be?
The Dymaxion Speculation - What We Know and What Does Everyone Think?
Hey all, so I made a post on GetBurst forums about this that you can reference here for the evidence I collected:
I'm trying to cross post on every forum to get the discussion going.
Excerpt From The End -
So, looking back at the PoCC's Stage 1 post on bitcointalk, @rico666 states "We came to lead BURST to its rightful place among other cryptocurrencies and we believe that place is nowhere else than upwards of where BURST is today and upwards of where it will be tomorrow."
Let's assume that we all don't believe Burst is currently in its rightful place. Where is it then? What does Burst need to be mingling among the top cryptocurrency projects? Burst started out being a leader in innovation with a "green" proof of capacity mining and smart contracts, among other things. What I think Burst needs, is to be on the cutting edge of innovation - it needs to have the world talking about it and wanting to use it. What things would bring Burst to the top?
I'm hoping to get some good discussion going here on the topic. I have spent a lot of time, energy, and money on Burst, and I'm ready to see it enter the spotlight. If you have any more hints to add to what I have up here, please post them as well!