XBY has seen its share of ups and down. From the original plan of a decentralized shared storage system to an ambitious platform for DAPPS that utilizes smart contracts to being programming language agnostic. The platform’s developments continue apace.
Given the scope of the project, 6 months is not all that long. I get it though. People in crypto are used to 10x gains in the span of weeks and when a solid project comes along . . it just takes time.
IMO we have weathered the storm. The Slack has been abuzz the last week or two with the expected publications of a non-technical whitepaper and a final version of the XtraBytes website.
For transparency, I have been a supporter of XBY since April. I have seen things go very well, and I was there when things went poorly. An interview with lead dev Borzalom was posted to YouTube a couple days ago. It was the first time we were able to hear from the dev in audio format. I suggest to anyone who is even remotely interested in XBY to give it a listen and decide if what is being built here is worthy of your attention.
Link to the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QB1Wdni-S5U
This, in addition to the announcements tomorrow should give investors, speculators, and everyone else a clear idea of what the XBY platform is attempting to achieve. Of course, I am speculating here as well, but as an investor, this is the moment many of us have been waiting for.
The ANN with sign-up info for the live webinar tomorrow is here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1864397.0
I’m curious to think what you guys and gals at reddit think about XBY. Have you lost hope? Or have these news events given you confidence in the project?
Personally, I thought the interview with Borz was fantastic. I listened to it twice and I was surprised at how humble he is. He has a pretty clear vision about XBY, loves decentralization, and wishes to stay focused on development. He thanks everyone for listening to him.
He is deaf. But as a deaf man, I understood him just fine. He laughed in a couple parts and he called this interview a “task”, leading me to believe that this guy is a developer to the bone. And imo, that is exactly what I want in a lead dev for XBY.
Curious to hear what you all think?