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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / What is TomoCoin and how does it work? on: February 11, 2018, 05:17:13 PM
Hi, I just published this article on my blog and wants to share it with you.

What is TomoCoin

What could be the cryptocurrency of choice in the next 10 years? It could be TomoCoin! TomoCoin is the cryptocurrency native to the tunnel network which will instead provide participants to contribute to the network and working units to increase the value of TomoCoin. Tomo application is a frictionless knowledge sharing application that aims to build a social network focusing on video sharing and mobile usability available to everyone everywhere.

Tomo application will take the significant aspects of text ribbon platforms like quora and use them with the more mobile-friendly 4matic shortboard videos. It differentiates itself from Facebook and Instagram by using the cryptocurrency TomoCoin to reward content and now its contributors who will become early adopters and help to advocate for the value and usage of TomoCoin.

The combination of TomoCoin and Tomo application shows how effective an open network can be designed using a cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. You can use TomoCoin in many ways with Tomo application. Such as reward contributors, set a prize for an answer, boost a video, monetize your video channel, give virtual gifts, and send and receive coins.

As the Tomo application grows in popularity the usage for TomoCoin will grow, benefiting all the participants in the application.

Tomo wallet is where you can host your TomoCoin, Ethereum and other digital assets. It is secure, user friendly, and will be linked to the Tomo debit card which you can use for payments in physical locations. Designed by a team of blockchain and technology Pioneers the Tomo system uses unique on-chain off-chain blockchain architecture along the best user experience and also a security centralised and trustless store of value in TomoCoin.

An efficient blockchain infrastructure

Did you make a Bitcoin transaction recently? It would cost you $30 and take 10 minutes to confirm. Today it costs a total of nine million dollars and three year waiting time per day for all transactions in the Bitcoin network. Ethereum transaction is better than Bitcoin, but it still cost $3 and 18 seconds to confirm, and processes fifteen transactions per second, not suitable for adoption in any significant mainstream application. Should the future of blockchain be so slow and costly? TomoChain don’t think so.

TomoCoin is working on the Ethereum codebase to create a system of Masternodes that have a high bandwidth and processing power than can support near zero transaction fee and fast confirmation. Later, Masternodes will also support an easy and fast creation of a child-chain, that will guarantee no chain ingestion is ever happening. TomoCoin and Ethereum will be linked by a system of cross-chain smart-contracts that allows for easy atomic cross-chain token transfers. All Ethereum smart-contracts and protocol would work the same on TomoChain, which will be an ideal solution for decentralized app, token issuance and integration.

My blog article:
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / CanYa achieves the world's first browser based token purchase from a mobile on: February 08, 2018, 04:40:13 PM
Breaking news!

CanYa announced that by working closely with their partners, Trust Wallet and Bancor, CanYa achieves the world's first browser based non-custodial purchase of a token from a mobile phone. A video from their working test can be watched here:

Source: @CanYaCoin on Telegram
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Why you should avoid Pump & Dump groups! Don't be fooled on: January 31, 2018, 06:32:59 PM
I am sure that everyone that is into cryptocurrencies have heard about Pump & Dump groups. It's hard to avoid the ads from the Pump & Dump groups, especially if you are in any Telegram, Slack or Discord groups. The ads are often fake and manipulated facts on how successful they have been with earlier pump and dumps.

People joining these groups are thinking of earning some fast and easy money, but they don't know that they're the ones that are being fooled.

Let my explain:

The people behind the P&D groups creates two groups:
- A secret group for themselves (the admins). Let's call it the Admin P&D group
- A public group or fake secret group for the rest of the members. Let's call it the Open P&D group

The members of the Admin P&D group discusses which coin to pump next, when to do it, and how to do it. After that they start by buying big volumes of the coins, but in small fractions over several days, and sometimes even on multiple exchanges, just to be sure noone will notice it, and without pushing the price upwards.

Then they tell the members of the Open P&D group that they will announce the next pump like this: "The next pump will be announced in 8 hours", and they post this several times with a countdown. They will only announce on wich exchange it will happen so you have your Bitcoin or Ethereum ready.

Then when they announce the pump and how they want you to do it, you start buying the coins and pushing the price upwards. They also want you to share the news in different groups so people start buying it because they want you to believe people will join because of FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out), while in reality it's only the members of the group that are pushing the price, with help of some fake buy walls from the admins. The pumped coins value often gains 30-40 % or even double or triple the value in just a few seconds. When the price has been pushing a lot they dump all their coins on you, and when they have finished selling all their coins, you will be notified to sell yours. But when you get the message about selling, it's already too late and you will be left with the coins while the price dips back to the normal level.


- The Pump & Dump groups are only made to help the people behind it, while the members are left behind with losses, and sometimes big losses. So be cautious and don't be fooled by these scammers. Never join any P&D group and if anyone asks about it, tell them how it works to prevent them from joining.
4  Other / Meta / How to get merit points for free! on: January 31, 2018, 12:03:54 PM
Haha, I tricked you believing it was a hack, right? Sorry, it's not that simple, but anyway let me give you some tip about how to earn merit points. I do not say it will guarantee merit points, but it will definitely give you a better chance.

- Try to create new meaningful topics with high quality. And remember to reply to your thread to keep it active, but do not spam!
- Learn how to use the text formatting functionality to make your post look better and easier to read.
- Reply to topics and read other replies before you comment so you don't repeat what's been said earlier, unless you are adding something to the comment
- Use proper grammar, and try to write ad good English as you can. Check for spelling mistakes and the misuse of singularity.
-  Posting relevant comments/topics in hot forums increases your chances of getting merited. If you find a hot coin in example, great posts about that particular coin will increase your chances of getting merited.

And a final advice:
- Do not buy merit points from other users. That will make you risk getting banned.

NB: Merit is a new system and it will probably take time to earn merits. It's not done overnight. Keep using my tip and you will see it increase over time.

Edit: added the suggestion from Jet Cash
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / What are ICO's and investments advices on: January 30, 2018, 05:42:20 PM
What are ICOs?
If you are familiar with crowdfunding then ICO's will make sense to you. Before launching an ICO, the startup company usually comes up with a whitepaper where they detail about the company idea, project roadmap and the intent for token distribution. To win the confidence of its investors, whitepaper also share details why token is needed for the project and Token Distribution Plan (TDP). TDP usually share details about how many tokens will be allocated to company, founders, developers, investors, marketing or to cover any other costs. TDP also provides good insight whether founders have long term plan for the project or just interested in quick buck.

Some ICO companies also offer pre-sale tokens to institutional and high worth investors at a much discounted price, before ICO is opened for the general public sale. Generally, tokens offered during public sale event are much cheaper and offered at discounted prices compared to buying token once its listed on an exchange. Maximum token discounts are offered in the beginning of ICO launch, which sometimes decreases as time progresses. Passionate supporters and investors buy new ICO tokens in the hope that if company idea is implemented and successful, token value will multiply and provide a handsome return of investment. Finally, when the funding goal for a project is met and the project takes off, these tokens becomes functional units of cryptocurrency.

Things you should look for before investing in ICO's:
- Team: How is the team, do they have enough people and the experience of pulling it off?
- Idea: Do you believe in their idea and is it realistic?
- Roadmap: Do they have a roadmap, and how much time do they need to launch their product?
- Hard cap: Unnecessary high hard cap often means they are in for the money. Lower hard cap is usually more profitable because it's easier to multiple your investment
- Bonus: How much bonuses has been given during the pre-sale and ICO? If someone got tokens at a much better price than you do, then you might get burned.
- Tokens for sale: The higher percentage of tokens available for sale, the better it is for the investors.
- Team's tokens locked period: How long are the team's tokens locked? And are they locked at all? It should at least be locked for 1 year minimum to show the investors that they believe in their own project and won't sell their tokens after a short time.
- Competition: How is the competition? Who are the competitors and what does this project has to offer compared to them?

Hope you liked my thread. If I missed something let me know, and I'll update the thread.

Edit: Added point about competition.
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / What are ICO's and investments advices on: January 30, 2018, 05:40:07 PM
7  Other / Meta / Merit working as it was intended or not? on: January 30, 2018, 05:09:34 PM
Hi, guys. I just wanted to share my thoughts with you.

First when I saw the merit system I got frustrated because I was 4-5 activity points from getting to the next rank.
Then I thought about and felt like this would be a good thing because it didn't just make other people create more quality posts, but it also encouraged me to do the same.
In the same time I also felt like this would help controlling the account farming at some level. If they want to rank up, then they need to create more quality content, if not they will not rank up. So a win-win situation.

After three days of testing it, what is my experience?
I startet creating quality posts with great feedback. A lot of people commented it helped them out a lot and that they really appreciated it. Someone even commented that one of my posts should be a sticky post. Please take a look at some of my latest threads if you don't believe me.

So, how much Merit did I earn through these days while posting lengthy quality posts with great feedback? I earned 1 merit.
Is this how the Bitcoin talk team wanted it to work? It will be hard for me to reach a higher rank if it will continue like this.
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / John MacAfee - A scam artist? on: January 30, 2018, 11:37:44 AM
John Mcafee is known for doing coin and ICO of the week for a while now. I have seen evidence before that this is paid advertising before, and now new information came out that he also is using his Twitter followers to earn some easy and dirty money.

He's been using his large Twitter reach and "security expert" name to create a pump and dump in which he tweets out a coin of the week.

The issue has become is he is now not only pre-buying the coins himself to dump on his followers, but he now sells the calls to people before hand, for a price of which you can negotiate in the DMs.

Bots have been a common issue when he had some credibility, so he used to make ways to block the bots from catching on, well now he tries to make it easy for the bots as people don't buy his junk pumps anymore that he presells to people as "leaks", so he wants the bots to buy up his bags at a premium, and then himself and the people he sold the coinpick to then dump on all these people.

The reddit user /u/Goku900000 has been able to leak both of the previous 2 calls that Mcafee has made.

This man has one of the biggest names in crypto and is taking advantage of new investors.

Don't be a fool to follow him blindly. Make up your on mind before buying into any cryptocurrencies. I see a lot of people buying without doing any research at all, and those are the ones that gets burned the most.

What do you think about him? I would be very careful about following his advices. Remember to always to your research!
9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / How it feels to be checking Bitcoin prices these days on: January 30, 2018, 11:09:32 AM
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Monetize ICO a scam? on: January 30, 2018, 11:03:57 AM
I have heard about a lot of people investing in Monetize ICO, so I decided to research it myself an D see if I wanted to invest too. When I researched a found a lot of things that made my alarm signals go crazy.

Here's a quote from their webpage and whitepaper:

"Get in early on the Monetize Coin Token Sale with only 500,000 MNZ Tokens available at the discounted pre-ICO price of $0.35 and a realistic target value of $10 by February, this is the easiest way to 30x your investment."

The pre-ICO sale has a minimum purchase of 100 and limited to 300 MNZ tokens per user per day (smart way to stop people from investing too much, and in return, loosing too much, causing less of an outrage)
The Monetize platform uses the Monetize Bot to generate a monthly return for investors.
Monetize Bot $1000-$5000 - upto 40% monthly - Capital Return 179 Days +0.10% Daily Bonus
This affiliate program structure:
And the grand finale:

Another alarm signal is that it's not possible to find any information about the team anywhere. Here's what Monetize says about it:
"We would love to show you the business behind Monetize Coin, we are very proud of our technology and what we have achieved, while we believe it is a legitimate and fascinating way for a company to raise money from investors the world over, the legality of the ICO funding model is still untested. The Monetize Team feel that cryptocurrencies should remain anonymous and free from the regulation of any one central government."

To conclude:
- No information about the team
- Promise 30 x profits (too good to be true, and even not legal?)

Be careful about investing in ICO's with promises of big profits and with no team published. This is two of the biggest alarm signals you can find when researching ICO's. So please be careful!
11  Other / Off-topic / Bitcoin joke on: January 29, 2018, 08:16:29 PM
A boy asked his Bitcoin-investing dad for $100.00 worth of Bitcoin currency.

Boy: Dad, can I please get $10.00 worth of Bitcoin?
Dad: $90.67? What do you need $100.32 for?
12  Other / Off-topic / Joke: A genie and an idiot on: January 29, 2018, 08:09:24 PM
Three guys stranded on a desert island find a magic lantern containing a genie, who grants them each one wish.
The first guy wishes he was off the island and back home.
The second guy wishes the same.
The third guy says: ‘I’m lonely. I wish my friends were back here.’

13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / The beginners guide to Blockchain & Cryptocurrency on: January 29, 2018, 02:13:18 PM
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / The beginners guide to Blockchain & Cryptocurrency on: January 29, 2018, 02:11:59 PM
15  Other / Beginners & Help / The beginners guide to Blockchain & Cryptocurrency on: January 29, 2018, 02:06:55 PM
Hi, I have been thinking a lot lately about all the information I had to search for when I was a beginner in the blockhain and cryptocurrency world.
So I decided to write a short beginners guide to help out all the new people in this amazing world.

What is blockchain
A blockchain is a distributed database where each node automatically verifies changes and additions made to any of the other nodes.
The original blockchain is the database of the Bitcoin. Since the bitcoin was introduced in 2009, a number of alternative blockchains have been published.  

A block contains a set of transactions as well as time stamp and hash that ensure that the block can not be changed without it being detected.
The next block contains link to the previous and its hash. Each block is replicated to all nodes in a network so that each node contains the entire accounting book.
None are original. Therefore, no trusted third party is in charge of the financial transactions.

When you want to buy or exchange coins, you will need to create an account on exchanges. Exchanges let you buy or trade coins.
To find a list over exchanges you can follow this link:

A wallet in terms of cryptocurrencies is a digital wallet where you can store your coins and tokens. When you buy in example Bitcoin, it will be stored in a wallet.
The wallet address consists of an encrypted address made by numbers and letters. Every wallet consists of a public key and a private key.

Public key is the address you share with other people or exchanges when you want to deposit coins into the wallet.
You will also need to know the receivers public key of you want to send some of your coins to them.
Private key is your secret key. You should never share this key with anyone as it serves as a pin code does to your VISA card.

When you store your coins on exchanges you will rarely know the private key. But if you store your coins in a personal wallet you will have both a public and private key.
Storing your coins privately is much more secure than storing it on an exchange.

You can use Hardware wallets, desktop wallets, online wallets, smartphone wallets, and paper wallets.
The safest way to store them is to use a hardware wallet like Trezor, Ledger, or Keep Key.

Altcoins and tokens
Altcoins are know as alternative coins and are usually referred to as coins or altcoins. The term for both coins and tokens are referred to as cryptocurrencies.  
The main difference between altcoins and tokens is in their structure.
Blockchain projects with their own blockchain is referred to as coins, while tokens are a representation of a particular asset or utility, that usually resides on top of another blockchain.
Tokens can represent basically any assets that are fungible and tradeable, from commodities to loyalty points to even other cryptocurrencies!

Circulating supply and total supply
How many coins that are available in the market is know as circulating supply. Total supply is the amount that are created, but not circulating.
It usually is because a lot of the supply are locked for a specific period after the coins or tokens has been released.  

Market cap
The market cap shows the total value of a coin or token. It is the current price multiplied with the circulating supply.
You can find a list of the market cap for the different coins and tokens here:

When new coins are being launched they usually host an ICO before it hits the exchanges. ICO means Initial Coin Offering and is a way to raise funds for the project.
Investors can buy a coin on a fixed price and get in early before the coin or token is listed on any exchanges. ICO is also known as a token sale.
A lot of this token sales also has phases with private sales and pre-sales before the ICO starts.

Soft cap and hard cap
The soft cap is the minimum goal the project needs to raise to reach their goals. If not the soft cap is met, the ICO is usually canceled and all investments are refunded.
The hard cap is the maximum the project needs to raise to reach all of their goals. When the hard cap is met, the ICO has finished and no one else will be able to buy before it hits the exchanges.

When a single cryptocurrency splits in two it's called a hard fork. It occurs when a cryptocurrency’s existing code is changed, resulting in both an old and new version.
A soft fork is the same thing, but the idea is that only one blockchain will remain valid as users adopt the update.
Both fork types will create a split, but a hard fork is meant to create two blockchains and a soft fork is meant to result in one.

When a project is launching an ICO they often releases a bounty at the same time. The bounty campaign rewards people with tokens from a separate pool for helping them spread the word.
The bounty participants can help writing blog articles, share tweets about the project, put their signature on their bitcoin talk profile etc. When the ICO is over you will receive your tokens.

When a new project launches its own coin/token, it needs some advertising and support from potential investors. Airdrop is a marketing strategy used by the project to spread awareness in a cheap way.
Airdrop is free distribution of that coin/token to those who filled their forms and completed the given requirements to get airdropped free tokens.
The airdrop will be sent directly to your wallet.

The expression Hodl was created when a guy a few years ago misspelled hold. Now it means Hold On Dear Life and is usually used when you need to stick to your coins when it goes through rough times or the cryptocurrency market crashes.

This expression mean Fear Of Missing Out, and is usually used when a coin pumps / gains a lot of value in short time and you don't want to miss out on the chance to get decent profits.

FUD stands for Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt and means that when people wants a coin to go down or they are angry about something, they are creating FUD to make people scared and sell their coins.

Fiat money is paper money created by a countries government. Examples of fiat money: USD, GBP, EUR, etc. Fiat money is not backed by any commodity, such as gold, but only by the faith of the bearer.

If I missed something, just comment below and I'll update my beginners guide.
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Bazista ICO — Interview with Vakhtang Abuladze, the CEO of Bazista on: January 28, 2018, 09:49:20 PM
Bazista is an exchange platform for B2C and C2C that uses new technologies of settlement of transactions between users.
It enables users to easily exchange necessary goods and services for cryptocurrency by interacting with other platform users.

Today I interviewed Vakhtang Abuladze, the CEO of Bazista. This is the third interview in my series and I am doing this to help my readers learn more about selected ICO’s.
In this interview you will learn more about Vakhtang Abuladze and the cryptocurrency project Bazista.

1. What is your position in Bazista and what are your tasks?
My name is Vakhtang and I am CEO of Bazista. I am in charge of general management and financial planning in the company.
During our preparations for the ICO I was developing the financial model and business plan for the first 3 years.
I have also composed the Terms & Conditions and key documents for our investors.
Besides, I was presenting Bazista on various industry events and negotiated with potential strategic partners and large investors.

2. How did you get the idea of Bazista?
The moment when I really got into the whole blockchain and crypto thing was in early spring of 2017.
Realizing that most cryptocurrencies were supported by speculative operations me and the rest of the team have started thinking about an infrastructural solution, which would bring real value for decentralized money.
The concept of Bazista - a new type of e-commerce platform came soon after that.
We decided to create a solution that is equally intuitive and efficient to use versus solutions that were available on the market at the moment.
Idea of an online marketplace came way before Bazista with part of the team had been involved in the development and maintenance of a small local online marketplace in Russia.
This accumulated experienced has enabled us to develop the beta version of the platform and design the financial model and consumer launch strategy in less than 12 month.
Integration of cryptocurrencies has always seemed to be extremely relevant for the e-commerce, especially when there are obvious barriers that can be easily overcome thanks to decentralized money.
I think we are hitting the spot with Bazista, as other e-com players now start considering integration of cryptocurrencies as well.

3. What other positions have you had before you got this job?
So, I was born in Russia in 1991. I has a degree in Accounting, analysis and audit of the Tver State University (Russia).
In 2013 I moved to Georgia and entered to ESM Business School of Free University of Tbilisi.
In 2015 I Obtained a master’s degree (MBA) in Operation Management. During the studies, I worked at the financial Department in one of the largest retail chain of Georgia - Nugeshi.
From September 2015, until 2017 I worked as an Audit consultant in PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) - Big Four Moscow office.

4. Bazista has some ambitious plans. Where do you see Bazista in year 2020?
Our priority market for consumer launch and further expansion during the first years is India.
India is an amazing market, it presents great ecommerce potential soon destined to become the 2nd largest online market in the world.
But at the same time India has the highest number of unbanked people in the world accounting for about 20% of the India itself.
These are hundreds of millions Indian citizens and thousands of small and micro businesses, who can’t actually get online with and start trading without access to traditional banking services.
Actually, this problem creates additional potential for the growing penetration of cryptocurrencies, as people are searching for reliable financial alternatives.
According to Nielsen registrated number of cryptocurrency wallets in India is around 400 000 and is increasing by 30 000 each month.
This means that Bazista is looking to utilize India’s growth potential and expand it’s business in line with the market dynamics.

According to our own research and financial modeling, we will reach our first profitable year by 2020 and will reach the EBITDA parameter of 1,045 million US dollars, recruiting over 361 000 users to the platform.
We have ambitious plan to quickly conger our share of Indian market at it’s early days and India is fastest growing e-commerce market in world, soon to take 2nd place after China.
But at the same time India has over 20% of world’s unbanked population with most of them being cut off from the global e-commerce trading.
However with the use of decentralized money Bazista will be able to get millions of India’s unbanked businesses online, allowing them to start trading for crypto.
After 2020 we are planning to start expansion to the neighboring markets including Indonesia, Malaysia and even Philippines.

5. How will your knowledge and experience make an impact on this project?
As I have mentioned before, I have received financial education which was added by practical experiece of working in a large retail company first and then moving into a big fore company – PwC.
I brought a world of financial and strategic planning to Bazista. Working with large amount of data and learning various methods of financial research and audition I have managed to develop a solid investor proposal, which with distributed to our private investors and constantly used from since then at the investors’ meeting, making it easy and quick to provide a first impression about Bazista.

6. The competition in the blockchain market is getting bigger every day. How will you separate yourself from the rest?
2017 became the year of blockchain and ICO. The hype got so big that you could here people talking about making money on cryptocurrencies anywhere in the world, would it be a discussion in a bar, announcement on federal TV or a dialog with your UBER driver. Even oldest generations were ever that something really big was going on.
Those who come to crypto game often turn to ICO investments and junior coins expecting great profits in a relatively short time period.
From my point of view this is the very reason of growing interest towards infrastructural blockchain projects, which are looking to provide simple and handy solutions for everyday life just made better with blockchain. Bazista is an infrastructural project – both in terms of integrating other blockchain projects and in terms of providing channels for the usage of cryptocurrencies in the real economy, contributing to the real value of decentralized money.

7. What do you think is Bazista’s biggest advantages?
Below you will find our key advantages:
The maximum operational commission will be 4%, which is at least two times lower than competitors
Transactions on Blockchain technology are significantly safer than simple electronic or bank transactions.
Bazista is the first blockchain empowered company to allow purchasing of goods and services
Cryptocurrency gives global e-commerce access to more than 2,5 billion unbanked people and millions of businesses around the world.
Integration of cryptocurrencies will also reduce expenses of traditional banking service and conversion fees for international payments. Buyers will save an average of 3-5% when trading overseas.
Bazista ambassadors – up to 10 000 well trained high skill professionals will work in the fields selecting the best offline businesses, checking their assortment and quality of goods and finally connecting them online through Bazista.

8. What are Bazista’s main challenges right now?
We think that the biggest challenge may come from e-com giants like Amazon, Ebay or Alibaba, who are definitely considering integration of cryptocurrencies as payment instrument, which will make them direct competitors for Bazista. However, giving the fact that current law base around cryptocurrency is far from being finalized and differs from country to country, we understand that our key advantage will be flexibility and while the industry leaders are only looking into Bitcoin opportunities, we will integrate at least 5 different currencies during the first operational year.

9. Something else you want to add?
We see Bazista as being both commerce and humanitarian project. Decentralized money can become a real solution for over 2 billion unbanked people around the world, but giving the fact that crypto industry itself is at its early stages of development, we should start thinking about infrastructural solutions like banks or marketplaces today! By utilizing the power of blockchain we will provide unlimited access to e-commerce for any person in the world!
Enjoy Bazista!

Thanks to Vakhtang Abuladze for this great interview.

If you liked this post, I would appreciate if you gave me Merit Smiley

Earlier posted on my Medium blog:
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Titanium ICO — Interview with Richard Silver, the COO of Titanium on: January 28, 2018, 09:42:47 PM
To get under the skin of Titanium I made a short interview with Richard Silver, the Chief Operating Officer/Director of Marketing of Titanium.

What is your position in Titanium and what are your tasks?
I am the Chief Operating Officer of Titanium and responsible for day to day operations and marketing. As second in command to Michael Stollaire I direct a bright and polished future for Titanium.
Grandiose visions abound here, and I cannot wait to share them all (in time).

How did you get hired by Titanium?
After becoming acquainted with Michael, and theorizing future possibilities for TBIS. My background is in infrastructure security, marketing, and team management.

What other positions have you had before you got this job?
Most recently, Chief Technology Officer for a cyber security firm in the Middle East. Before this, I was a Technical Director and Devops Engineer. Technology has always been my passion.
I founded my own small business, a PC repair company, at 16. At the age of 18 I also began a career in Real Estate Investment and dabbled in photography.
After achieving the position of software engineer at The University of Oregon the rest is history. Soon, the rest will make history.

Titanium has some ambitious plans. Where do you see Titanium in year 2020?
I see Titanium being a pillar to the internet of value. We ARE the first in this arena. Our plans are audacious, well conceived, and foundation breaking.
TBIS is the most secure and resourceful path for future infrastructure services, and its proof of concept is blockchain technology itself.
Unfortunately, I cannot share all details with you as we are pursuing intellectual, utility, and design patents in various areas.

Michael Stollaire has a lot of experience from his other company EHI. How will his knowledge and experience make an impact on this project?
Michael brings a lot to the table with his own background (and patents) in infrastructure security, highly publicized client connections from his tech consulting firm, EHI, and overall background in corporate marketing management.
Titanium Blockchain Infrastructure Services (TBIS/Titanium), is thriving because of Michael’s infectious methods of finding and retaining strategic talent for his vision.

The competition in the blockchain market is getting bigger every day. How will you separate yourself from the rest?

We want to fundamentally change the landscape of blockchain technology, and that’s exactly what we will do.

What do you think is Titanium’s biggest advantages?
I would call Titanium’s biggest advantage a perfect storm of ideas, execution, and customer service.
While I cannot show you all of the details pertaining to where we will take the world, I can say that you probably aren’t thinking big enough… Yet!

What are Titanium’s main challenges right now?
Titanium’s main challenge is to show the world how Titanium Blockchain as a Service (TBaaS) will shift both the interpersonal and political landscapes of the internet.
Our Whiteparer, version 2.5, is highly detailed and user friendly (Whitepaper v. 2.5), just as we envision the future for dynamic, decentralized infrastructure.

Something else you want to add?
I’d like to thank the wonderful team that is working around the world, and around the clock to bring Titanium Blockchain Infrastructure Services to everyone (everywhere).
What we are working on now will change the world tomorrow, and forever.

Thanks to Richard Silver for this great interview.

If you liked this post, I would appreciate if you give me Merit Smiley

Earlier posted on my Medium blog:
18  Other / Meta / How to send merit to other users? on: January 28, 2018, 08:49:47 PM

I just learned about the new merit system. I think it's very good to have a merit system to avoid all the bot accounts.
But one thing have been hard for me even after searching around in many different threads about the new merit system.

How can I send merit to someone I mean deserves it?

Thanks in advance!
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