As BTSX is #4 (arguably #3) on coinmarketcap it grabs everyone's attention, so people not knowing too much about the system want in, seeing a big increase in value for a couple of days (at least some time ago).
Those people download wallets and buy BTSX on markets.
For some time they are happy, but later, they start up their client and see no connections to the network - it happend just after starting market functionality.
What those people do? Most of them perform panic-sell, maybe some go to the forum, to check what is going on.
Not all of them know that current BitSharesX release cycle is very chaotic, and most likely after releasing another client version one should expect a hotfix few hours later, because software was not tested enough, to make sure it's release ready.
Only a handful of people know that, and the vast majority doesn't (People from China are the big market players and only very little of them use this forum).
You need to make sure new software releases are made available to wide public in fixed periods of time, and that those releases are tested on every platform they're supposed to work on.
Now some people may think that I3/DSL are not sound companies and manipulate the markets for their own use.
Why? Because one might think, that releasing a buggy software, that doesn't even run was not accidantal, but was made on purpose: those who knew this, expected the price to fall, and adjusted their market positions accordingly, watching BTSX price falling with smile on their face.
For those players this is good in short term, but not for all the others, and if this keeps going like that, it can end with only few stay in the sandbox with noone else left to play with speciously tools.
Verify your software before releasing it, otherwise you can not bring serious investors' money in, as they tend to partner with reliable people!