On a recent Telegram chat, someone criticized the “new” Kittehcoin because the largest current wallets are not (and won’t be) frozen. He/she said: “I won’t invest in this coin if the largest addresses aren’t burned, because it suggests these coins are illegitimate.”*
Below is our response to that criticism. Continue reading “What to do with stolen coins?”
So… it’s been a while but we’re very happy to report, we’re right on track with Phase 1 of re-developing Kittehcoin. (See this post for an explanation of the phases.)
Here are the details: Continue reading “October 25th Report”
We’re pleased to announce we just hired a seasoned developer and engineer with over 25 years in IT.
Eric has a degree in Computer Science and recently resigned from a long stint with Comcast. C++ is one of the first languages he ever learned so he’s right at home with Kittehcoin. He’s scheduled to start working around July 10 to patch the hack we described in our last post. We’re hoping Sebastian – the original Kittehcoin developer – continues to assist us via email.
After doing the research and emailing with the original developer of Kittehcoin, we’ve come to a few realizations we want to share – along with our new approach as we move forward. Continue reading “Time to Pivot”
We’ve done our homework. We know there are lot of other sites and groups dedicated to Kittehcoin. See: Reddit page, Telegram group and the numerous BitcoinTalk.org forums. We also know Kittehcoin has issues. Continue reading “Transparency Philosophy”