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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / How do blockchain technology work in your country ??? on: May 09, 2018, 10:48:40 AM
Do you use blockchain technology in the country where you live? if used then tell where to apply Huh

For example, in my country, blockchain are already being implemented in the state administration.
The country holds auctions with the use of blockchain technology.
The country in which I live is even included in the rating of the world blockchain leaders

I would be grateful for the merit!
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Let's come up with an ideal system of merit! on: April 21, 2018, 04:09:10 PM
This post is solely my thoughts and I would like us to come up with an ideal system of merit.

I believe that the system of merit that exists now has many disadvantages. It is very difficult for new people to get MIRITS in legal ways. You need to write a lot of high-quality posts to get at least one merit.

That's how I imagine a good system of merit

Anyone who has a rank full member and above can give the task to beginners.
If the novice performs the task correctly and on time, then he receives merits.
If the beginner does not fulfill the task on time, then he does not receive merit.
The task can be performed with any rank.

For example, such a task:
" a novice must write one post within a week and 5 posts in a section and for this he will receive 5 merits. "

If the attor's job wants to cheat the executor, then he receives a negative trust, similarly, the task executor can get a negative trust if he wants to deceive the author of the assignment.

That's how I imagine the perfect system of merit. Of course there can be many failures in my system.

Please express your thoughts!

(Sorry for my bad English and I will be grateful for every merit)
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / How to choose an ICO. (opinion beginner) on: April 14, 2018, 07:22:20 PM
I'm a new person here, but I've learned a lot of interesting information and I want to share it.

The rules I adhere to when choosing an ICO for investment:

1, I monitor sites that evaluate different new projects (!!! but they can not be fully trusted !!!), if the project is rated 4 out of 5, then the project is likely to succeed.

2, You need to look like a website design company, it's also important.

3, You need to carefully check the project team, check everyone who is in the project team. It is very important!!!

4, You need to read the white paper, there is described in detail what the company will do!

5, Communicate with people from the team. They kindly have to answer all your questions and then you will understand if you should deal with them.

I think if you adhere to these rules, then your investments will always be successful.
Sorry for my bad English.

I would be grateful for Merit!!!
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