Each day working with Chris Gilliard has validated why my first instinct was correct – and why MWC is the only crypto development team I’ve ever considered joining. Not only is he a brilliant coder and communicator, but has had incredible success in every aspect of his business career – from coding at high tech firms in Silicon Valley, to buying Bitcoin early, and conceiving and building MWC.
Not to mention, the equally brilliant team of software engineers he brought with him – who not only brought MWC to market ahead of schedule, but significantly contributed to this highly complex technology’s development “on the fly.”
Now that MWC’s MainNet is launched; the airdrop process nearly complete; exchange listing achieved; and the HODL program in development; Chris found time to commence publications of a four-part series of articles discussing MimbleWimble’s advantages over current – in many ways, archaic – blockchain protocol.
The key takeaway to his articles – which currently, 99% of the crypto community doesn’t understand, but SHORTLY WILL, is the MimbleWimble is not a “privacy feature,” but a dramatically better blockchain alternative - featuring SIGNIFICANTLY improved scaling, privacy, and fungibility.
The first article, published last month, was about MimbleWimble’s enormous, game-changing SCALING improvement over ALL blockchain protocols…
…whilst the second, published today, is about MimbleWimble’s significantly upgraded privacy. To that end, anyone who believes Bitcoin’s privacy is sufficient, is ignoring the REALITY of rising “Chainalysis” capability – and that even leading Bitcoin influencers, who conveniently shun MimbleWimble because they FEAR the HARD FORK required to incorporate it, readily admit a “privacy debate” is coming…potentially, as contentious as the 2017-18 scaling debate.
And when it does, it will not be about “privacy” per se, but the dramatic improvements in privacy, scaling, AND fungibility MimbleWimble brings…NOT lesser coins with privacy features, or ones pretending to be MimbleWimble compliant via “sidechains.”
Read this article, and consider if the “MimbleWimbleTrinity” coins – MWC, Grin, and Beam – should cumulatively be worth just $60 million…when Monero, with VERY limited use and ZERO scalability, is worth $1 billion. And then, if MWC – with scarce supply and a HODL reward, should be worth just $5 million, whilst Beam is $20 million and Grin $25 million.
The MWC airdrop registration ended July 19th; MainNet launched November 11th; and airdrop claims commenced December 2nd, ending January 2nd. A total of 148,474 Bitcoin registered – roughly 1% of the entire BTC float - yielding an MWC/BTC ratio of roughly 40.41…and currently, it trades at HotBit.io. For more information, please check out the MWC website, Discord room, Twitter feed, and Telegram Forum.
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