I am a newcomer to burst, but not to life; an mechanical designer, inventor, machinist, and computer hobbyist…
I am really serious about this crypto currency concept… and after being involved in it for a month or so, I can see many things that need serious attention. And since I am an older fella, looking for ways to help my family before I take another journey in life… I would like very much to talk with a few of the top people, developers, programmers about the future of BurstCoin. Where its going… what are the plans in that miners won’t be able to mine coins for that much longer.
What happens after that?
I am interested in investing a lot of my time and possibly money into a project, but it needs to have some lasting capability… if not indefinite, and ability to make some significant earnings, not just token earnings. And from what I am hearing, burst’s time may be over 3/4ths of its way out… before it even gets started which seems a serious impediment to its lasting capability. What can or will be done to insure longevity of this project. Basically, I need to know some of the deeper plans for this coin. Im not interested in being part of a project that is destined to die in a few months no matter what happens.
Also, without throwing any negativity in the mix… it might be better to start a generation II coin from the ground up (going along side project 1) and build into it the improvements without the parts of the program that keep it from being what it should be. In other words, sometimes its better to start over entirely with a new version,than try to fix a broken wagon. And get some fresh blood into the new version who can see things from outside the box so to speak.
I live in Eugene Oregon. And would appreciate it if I could get some of those who are in the know… (not those who just have an opinion to tell) to contact me and share with me some incites.
I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org And I would appreciate total openness, frankness and honesty. I am a mature man of 64, and don’t want to waste my time with underlings who just want to blast off complaints. Complaints are nice… but I need some meat first.
Most respectfully LeslieH