Five weeks from today, MainNet will be launched for MWC, BY FAR the bes tMimbleWimble coin. Those holding the more than 148,000 BTC registered, representing roughly 1% of the entire float, will a few weeks later receive airdropped coins totaling 20% of the lifetime supply –and a few months later, the first of the additional 10% earmarked for HODLdividends.
For an update on these and all relevant MWC topics, please listen to the podcast taped with Lead Dev Chris Gilliard on Friday.
Since launching the project in January, Chris and I have published nearly 200 articles on our website, www.mwc.mw, discussing how ground-breaking MimbleWimble is – and how it will transform crypto, given how much more private, scalable, and fungible it is than current blockchain technology.
Aswell, marveling at the Bitcoin Community’s combination of denial and misinformation spreading about the topic, like MimbleWimble is an enemy to be shunned…as if ignoring it will make it go away.
The reason being, that even the few who have looked into it, FEAR it because the only way MimbleWimble can be implemented into Bitcoin (for now) is via a dreaded hard fork. And not just any hard fork – like the dozens before it, starting with BCash - but one featuring superior technology.
Bitcoin’s store of value dominance is unassailable, but the thought of a new “scaling debate” – that this time, would also include privacy and fungibility – scares theBTC community. However, unlike Roger Verand Jihan Wu’s Frankenstein-like crypto monsters, MimbleWimble is Bitcoin’s friend– and no one in the MW community, from Grin’s and Beam’s developers, to ChrisGilliard and me, seeks to harm it.
To that end, Chris chose to create MWC to HELP Bitcoin holders – as in the end, it will either be incorporated through hard fork by consensus, or become a parallel means of privately transporting value…given to Bitcoin holders for FREE.
That said, the ignorance is as powerful as ever – as evidenced by the below article,claiming Bitcoin’s scalability is unlikely to dramatically improve in the coming years, even if the still nascent Lightning Network significantly expands. As usual, it cites Schnorr Signatures as the only possible solution – when in fact, Schnorr Signatures don’t resolve any of the key issues MimbleWimble does.
To that end, add Samson Mow, one of the most brilliant Bitcoin developers and highest-profile personalities, to the group denying MimbleWimble even exists – let alone,provides the “fixes” Bitcoin would so obviously benefit from.
For those who claimed their FREE MWC, get ready for a lot of excitement – as in 2020, MimbleWimble technology will advance so significantly, it will be impossible to deny…and in MWC, you will be holding BY FAR the most investable MimbleWimblecoin!
TheMWC airdrop registration ended July 19th, with MainNet launch tentatively scheduled for November 11th, 2019, and claims on December 11th, 2019. A total of 148,474 Bitcoin registered – roughly 1% of the entire BTC float - yielding an MWC/BTC ratio of roughly 40.41. For more information, please check out the MWC website, Discord room, Twitter feed, and Telegram Forum.