It has been taking quite long in the eyes of the community. I understand.
Like explained, this technology is all new and constantly evolving. Since we don’t get paid as volunteers (because we didn’t conduct an ICO) it takes longer. We have our own jobs and families that need our attention.
While many top cryptocurrencies are backed by tens or even hundreds of millions of USD they still for instance become victim to 51% attacks (Ethereum Classic, Bitcoin Gold, and many more) losing millions of USD worth of crypto from holders. Something extremely unlikely to happen to Auxilium.
In short: all cryptocurrencies have issues at some point. Some more harmful than others. We’re aiming to maintain a more secure innovative blockchain and network. This takes time. Innovation with less security risk instead of a fast not innovative ICO with high security risk.
Thanks for your patience.