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chris21010
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CURE is being removed from Poloniex. Currently over 90% of CURE traded is traded on this site so i would like to hear from the dev's their opinions on the matter.

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Posted : 18/04/2017 8:44 pm
ryoungblood
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There was a mention of a lack community support, development, etc on the Trollbox.

Honestly though, this hurts a lot.

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Posted : 18/04/2017 8:53 pm
chris21010
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that is just the script mod's are supposed to say. CURE has been doing well the last month but if its strictly to shed poorly performing coins then CURE was in the bottom percentile a lot of the time.

but i agree that this will cut the price of CURE dramatically. i strongly doubt the majority of people will simply shift to one of the two remaining exchanges to continue with CURE unless they are behind the project and not the profit. still though i want to hear what the devs say about this so i can decide my course of action from here forward.

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Posted : 18/04/2017 9:34 pm
imported_Hypocritus
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Ok why would you "fortell" that our CURE's price would be cut "dramatically"? I mean, ok, but can't we go at this more calmly than to broadcast the false notion that "THIS IS THE END!"??

I won't accept it!! CURE is like the AWESOMEST thing to hit crypto, and many know it. THAT is one of the reasons why it has been doing so well the last month!!!

People have become aware of a crypto that actually has TANGIBLE BENEFIT backing it. WHO ELSE DOES THAT? Hardly ANY of the other 100++ cryptocurrencies have such a profile!

But seriously, this lack-of-community-support and development-stall thing has to end now.

I have at least 2 hours a day to devote to SOMETHING in this project besides making CureCoins!

Cy, let me DO something!!

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Posted : 18/04/2017 11:44 pm
imported_Hypocritus
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Chris wtfreak??

If we want to show the world that we are behind CureCoin, we can't publicly badmouth it OR the developers. Do you think you could edit your remark? Then I can edit this one.

We need to be united in pushing this project forward! What VALUE it has! Look at all the good! The compensation is great, but look at the world rewards!! A crypto that actually has REAL value to it!

And one more thing. "Lack of community support" has become less and less true. CURE tripled in value over the last 2 months. I believe it is because people were becoming educated to "worthwhile" cryptos to invest in.

Now WE need to do OUR part!! >:(

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Posted : 18/04/2017 11:51 pm
chris21010
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@Hypocritus wrote:

Ok why would you "fortell" that our CURE's price would be cut "dramatically"? I mean, ok, but can't we go at this more calmly than to broadcast the false notion that "THIS IS THE END!"??

I won't accept it!! CURE is like the AWESOMEST thing to hit crypto, and many know it. THAT is one of the reasons why it has been doing so well the last month!!!

People have become aware of a crypto that actually has TANGIBLE BENEFIT backing it. WHO ELSE DOES THAT? Hardly ANY of the other 100++ cryptocurrencies have such a profile!

Chris wtfreak??

If we want to show the world that we are behind CureCoin, we can't publicly badmouth it OR the developers. Do you think you could edit your remark? Then I can edit this one.

i did no such thing. i was simply stating facts of events that have already happened and asked for the devs opinions on the matter. CURE has dropped by more than 50% on all three exchanges, this is fact. read good/bad/evil from what i said as you see fit but to not put words into my mouth.

CURE is NOT dead and i for one hope it never will be. but CURE isnt the only coin that offers compensation to folders for their work, FLDC also does that. also CURE isnt the most popular folding coin on Poloniex, this may have been a factor behind Poloniex reasoning to drop the coin, pure speculation but possible. but one can not say that everything will be all right when you remove the main exchange of the coin that had over 90% of its trade volume.

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Posted : 19/04/2017 12:46 am
imported_Hypocritus
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Guys! (and ladies, of course)

I was just in the Trollbox talking to the moderator about this. I asked him, "WatchTower, what can an influential person do to prevent the delisting of CURE?"

One guy was like "BandStanley" (that's me), "LOL, What??"

There were all these people interested, and the moderator was super cool, and other people were chiming in with interest.

Then this one awesome cat out of NOWHERE posts this to all of the Trollers there.

He wrote something like this: "BandStanley, personB, personC, personD, CURE supporters UNITE for the prevention of the delisting of CURE!! https://twitter.com/CureCoin_Team/status/854551650433892352 "

DUDE HAD SET UP A SUPPORT TWEET!!! FREAKIN COOL!!

Check it out and retweet, and definitely follow the link to the Poloniex Petition to relist CURE.

I have NO idea who this person is, but this is the right approach!!

Sweet!!

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Posted : 19/04/2017 1:00 am
chris21010
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that is from the devs Curiocoin twitter account, and i have already given my support and shared the link in the trollbox many times as well on other relevant forums.

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Posted : 19/04/2017 1:21 am
CygnusXI
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Thanks everyone for showing support. Crypto currency has from the start been a tight nit community driven idea. When Cure first launched the amount of support was amazing. The IRC room was always full with people ready to jump at helping with a slurry of tasks. The larger BTC community passed Cure off for a while thinking that our centralization to f@h would be our downfall - which quite frankly is stupid. Anyone who's spent a decent amount of time around f@h knows that it has its own magic to it that creates a huge community of supporters. Vijay much like myself often falls under scrutiny of not being in the public eye and interacting with the community.

You will see from the response today that the core team of Curecoin, Max, Ivan, Jake, Proffesor Tim G, Alex and Jason where all jumping to take action quickly at the news of the Poloniex delist. This is because we have an open group chat that we are in nearly 24 7 365 talking about contacts we are talking to at places big and small. Ivan and Jake have reached out to and had meetings with people from Amazon.com all the way down to small charities for cancer patients. Since crypto currency still has its legal gray area for large business (IE the recent bitcoin ETF that did not pass) although many of these inluding Amazon were very interested they all have a hard time wrapping their heads around bitcoin to start and the protein folding aspect of Cure only makes it harder for them to understand it enough to want to participate. Point is we have been keeping busy. Its not for a lack of effort that we have not been able to better curecoin at a quicker pace.

Ill TRY to not write a book, here is an open invitation into a google chat where you can find the entire team and some other enthusiasts.

https://hangouts.google.com/group/6kVpprEAOkNNJ06Y2

Another item that complicates our communication in the cryptoverse is the amount of channels we cover.
Ive recently hired an extra person for a few hours a week to help respond to questions here on the forum and social media. I've also sent Cure to a few others that have done a lot of posting here over the years.

The core team is also busy having our own rally cry for advancement. All the help we can get is welcome. Go blast curecoin on social media, bug your friends on facebook with a once per week post of your curecoin earning and rank on f@h. A good case in point, the size of the active dogecoin community. Their IRC channel has 100's of people constantly shouting "much currency, such wow" and they took that racket everywhere with them. Dogecoin was indeed started as a joke.. look it up if you dont believe me. The people that mined it turned into a 24 7 online party and made a lot of friends. Now I dont want people to act like 12 year olds on way too much ritalin like those guys 😮 but it was their obsessive posting of content and making memes etc that ended up making a joke coin into a large volume currency.

I'll post a few bounties soon for members here to claim so we can get the ball rolling again with community integration and get back to the days when there is always someone online to talk cure with and help newcomers into the community. The dev team officially feels the fire under ass with the polo delist. Its not enough to take us out by any means - it will hurt the price and therefore the amount of folders if we cant stop the delist. If we cant we will get back to this point and pass it - we always do when a curveball is thrown at us.

Cheers team and thanks again for showing your support.
Josh AKA CygnusXI

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Posted : 19/04/2017 3:46 am
ryoungblood
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Thanks for the well written post, Josh.

I think a lot of us in the community need a concrete set of steps the core team is going to take to correct this. Something needs to change, fast. There are a lot of us here with the time, energy, and resources to dedicate, but we have no outlet (other than continuing to participate in the hype-train) to do so.

Most of the early adopters are technical. A lot of us have experience with design, business, and finance. I think there should be a continued discussion of growing the core team to include resources that could really bring research-based coins into the mainstream.

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Posted : 19/04/2017 9:16 am
CygnusXI
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Reputable Member Customer

Update: It seems that although the forum and social media was comparably quiet for a while this recent event has proved that a lot of people are still keeping a close eye on both their mining / folding and also the general state of curecoin which is good to know. It reminds me of the rally we had when we launched Curecoin almost 3 years ago (3 year mark is coming up in ~2 weeks!!).

Ive been talking with various members of the community and the entire current core team. We may even have a few more members that fold looking to join the core team officially to put some time in with various tasks. We are fast tracking current plans as much as possible and thinking of ways to get better community involvement.

Also it sounds like the recent traffic to the site has is baggin on the server a bit. If you get a site load error give it 30 seconds and refresh. We have another site that is production ready at https://curecoin.info. We were going to move completely to this new platform for our websites and forum but migrating the forum to the new format required a few changes that not everyone agreed on including myself. Jason (current web dev for curecoin.info) and I just got done speaking about what to do there and his strong recommendation is go with the newer platform. That would mean ditching PHPBB. Obviously the forum is very important for growing the community so I'll give everyone a chance to comment on that. It would be possible to continue using PHPBB but will will come at a loss of some site functionality on the new platform. This old site has been a bit of a thorn in paw for a while though so you might be seeing the new platform popping up sooner than later given the circumstances.

A great option that has been cropping up for exchanges are the newest form of decentralized exchanges. There are a few already active and many more in development. I admit I got used to used Poloniex myself as it seemed like not much of a hassle. After trying the BitSquare decentralized exchange yesterday I was impressed. Them and many others have a pretty easy application process so tracking down all these exchanges and submitting Cure to them might be a great community item as anyone can request any coin for most of them. So feel free to find any exchanges out there and submit Cure to them. Please post any you think are better and we can put more people on getting Cure listed there. With all the exchanges out there Im quite sure plenty of them will be interesting in Cure. There are probably some active ones that Im not even aware of so let us know if you find any trading Cure outside of Bittrex or Live Coin.

Im going into a call with Vorksholk our 2.0 dev in just a few minutes for a one to one talk about speeding up release on some of our new features for cure. The team is feeling encouraged by the show of community support so thanks again everyone. Don't forget you can join our current google chat group here
https://hangouts.google.com/group/6kVpprEAOkNNJ06Y2

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Posted : 19/04/2017 9:36 pm
chris21010
(@chris21010)
Eminent Member Customer

my 2 cents on this old forum is ditch it. there isn't really much here that can not either be migrated to a newer platform or simply recreated in a few hours. its also striking to me its nearly been three years already! and what a present poloniex has given us 😮

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Posted : 20/04/2017 12:12 am
imported_Hypocritus
(@imported_hypocritus)
Active Member Customer

Well I've got'n to look at the forums on https://curecoin.info/ and they don't look bad! I prefer the new cleaner, more compact navigation interface. And if its super-fast responsiveness is going to be standard even during production, then $#e|| yes. 😉 I realize the transition may be a little bumpy, but let's adapt and evolve now rather than later.

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Posted : 20/04/2017 1:23 pm
Bootleg_ALL
(@bootleg_all)
New Member Customer

You can submit a request form for Poloniex to relist CURE. It might help if we can get enough people making noise about it. https://m.poloniex.com/coinReques t"> https://m.poloniex.com/coinRequest

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Posted : 23/04/2017 3:16 pm
jdk200
(@jdk200)
Eminent Member Customer

I just submitted a request. I think the biggest problem with this coin is how foreign it is compared to other coins based off how you earn them. Also the lack of folding pools is another issue. We need to educate people on this to bring them aboard. Once they realize how much easier it is to set up, it will take off. I would love nothing more than to see this coin climb to $1 a coin. That would be a crowning acheivement. I used to mine litecoin, doge, feather, you name it. But when this was announced years ago, I kept a close eye on it as it truly stood out, and we were actually mining coins for something good. We simply have to get people to realize this. How did litecoin take off? How did bitcoin take off? This is what we need to look at. We have a rock solid dev team, and rock solid followers. It's time to amp this to the next level. I started folding this coin non stop since day 1. And still do as I type this. We must not fail!

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Posted : 24/04/2017 3:23 pm
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