“DigiByte is genuine. No ICO, no company, no manipulations, no bad intentions, no money grabbing. All volunteers. DigiByte is for the community and by the community,” he told Decrypt. DigiByte launched in 2014 without an ICO (like Bitcoin). And similarly it was slowly picked up by a community of cryptocurrency enthusiasts who continue to develop it on a voluntary basis.
Perhaps that’s why DigiByte took longer to shoot to prominence, suggested Bouwman, who wasn’t surprised by the coin’s sudden ascension. He said, “This growth should therefore not be a real surprise. DigiByte was expected to outperform the market. It’s long overdue.”
In the last seven days, DigiByte’s trade volume doubled on exchanges, according to data provider CoinMarketCap. And yet all without the help of crypto’s biggest exchange.
Bouwman still holds out hope that DGB may arrive on some of the larger exchanges soon—but admits it may take some time. “I’m confident over time, even the bigger exchanges will adopt DigiByte. For sure there are ongoing talks, and some are looking promising,” he said, adding, “I think we just need a little more patience.”
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MAY 06, 2020
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