I for myself enjoy the updates here, as I open this forum much more often than Peercoin's own forum. So @Sentinelrv, I hope you do not really have plans to cease posting updates at Bitcointalk.
And to @Verdell & @Paul33:
I really fail to see why you're still posting here. Why don't you just sell your PPC and buy some hypecoin? The only reason I can find is that you're both speculating on lower prices. I don't know if there's a way to short Peercoins (at least I don't know a lending service), but achieving a nice entry price to buy up PPC can also be a reason for downward price manipulation.
I would always guarantee that Peercoin's price in a year will be much higher than now if:
- v0.7, cold minting & peer assets are released for mainchain
- the transition to modern code has at least begun
The website and Binance are secondary things. Even if all you want is a pump, you need at least a reason for a pump, and a website refresh already isn't enough. You need something "real" to market. For example, EOS is successful with it's promise of "0.5 seconds blocks" (even if this can only achieved with a pretty centralized design).
I agree with your opinion. Sometimes it seems that on some branches on the forum people gathered who simply need to earn and sell sooner. If this were the case, then bitcoin and etherium would not have become such as it is now. Long-term planning with the development of the product should be in the form of exchanges and other things that give a quick but short-term price increase.
The task is not to earn more quickly, but to make the project work better after a long time.