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First Half Recap, Second Half Look Ahead




Dear Community, we are taking the time to write today, to give a first half of the year review and a look ahead to the second half of the year.

In the first half of the year there was a lot of internal stuff to do. The team restructuring was started and completed. You will be able to see the team members and their roles once we release the new website.

There was a lot of coding to be worked on, and unfortunately their were no new releases, but most projects that the team were working on are about 80%+ done at this time.

There also was the process of restructuring some of the servers. This is still a work in progress.

Second Half of the Year

The second half of the year should be much more exciting as the work we have done in the first half of the year will be ready to be released. Starting in July, you will see X-Cash take on a new release schedule that has not been done in the coin’s history. Traditionally, we have always had a few projects being worked on by different team members at the same time and have had releases every quarter or two, due to the nature of the projects. This will change in this second half of the year as we have a larger team, working on more projects. The timing worked out to where most people are finishing around the same time. Because of these two factors we can now for this second half of the year transition to a more stable and timed release schedule.

We don’t want to list each release here today or what the frequency of the release schedule will be, but all categories of xcash have been worked on, and will be improved in this second half of the year, including:

X-Cash blockchain
X-Cash second layer protocols
X-Cash tools and building tools
X-Cash products (X-Bank, X-Payments, etc etc)
Existing X-Cash services

The testnet will be revamped with a new protocol test this year (hopefully two new protocols), extra X-Cash DPOPS functions, and a new reward structure as well.

Of course, we are still working on marketing and exchanges as well. In the first half of the year there was a few marketing efforts, including this yahoo news article about our project.


We also worked on exchanges as well. We really want to find one that will work for the community and be one that the community will want to use, so it will take extra time as we go one or two at a time, talking with the exchanges, the team, and the Paris founders about, etc etc. This is a weekly thing were working on.

Once again, I want to thank everyone who continually supports this project.

We will be releasing an article about each new release or piece of information, so make sure to stay up to date every week, to not miss a release.


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