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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Tokens (Altcoins) / Re: ❤️[AIRDROP][ANN]Aimedis - HEALTHCARE CHANGED FOREVER❗️10k PATIENTS IN HOSPITALS❗ on: July 25, 2018, 03:50:23 AM
I've been away for a little bit so been finding it hard keeping up with all the projects I'm interested in, what's the latest updates with Aimedis?


Hi everyone.

Sorry to keep you waiting.
Updates from Aimedis:

- 23% bonus for pre-sale is about to end. We'll notify everyone via email and Telegram group @aimedistoken about upcoming bonuses.

- last week Michael & Ben, the co-founders, were invited at a private event in China. We are in discussions with two partners to help us enter the Chinese healthcare market.

- 28 July - August 2nd, the co-founders will be attending a series of meetings and events in Dubai, alongside our advisors and crypto investors.
- 28 July - August 5th, Aimedis is doing a roadshow in Asia.
Dates:

Hanoi, Vietnam. 28.07
Hong Kong. 30.07
Macau. 01.08
Seoul, South Korea. 03.08
Tokyo, Japan. 05.08

Part of the IDACB roadshow.
Come say hi. We will provide details on the free attendee ticket options and hotel venues in the Telegram group: @aimedistoken.

Roxana, the CCO will be there in all 5 locations. Co-founders will join in Seoul and Tokyo.

Keep you all posted!
Thanks for supporting us in our AIM (pun intended).

~ Roxana from Aimedis
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: New User Here: Anyone Else Interested in Healthtech + Blockchain? on: February 04, 2018, 12:12:58 PM
Do you guys have a WhitePaper or a site or anything? It's great that you answer questions here, but I think most of us want to see the bigger picture


Thanks for your reply.
The white paper is in the making.
Our website is https://aimedis.com.
We're also on Telegram: t.me/aimedistoken
I started a Medium blog too, where I will update the technical part.

On our other blog, we post partnerships and events we attend: blog.aimedis.com

~ Roxana from Aimedis
3  Bitcoin / Meetups / Re: D-Tech Space in Lviv (Ukraine) - 16-17 March 2018 on: February 04, 2018, 12:08:40 PM
Hello Roxana,

Thanks for your interest! This is the first event of this kind in Lviv, but I think it might be yearly or semi-yearly event in future.
I met organizers on another Blockchain conference that's why I decided to share info about this event, and I'll try to visit this event myself!

All the agenda and news you can see on the web-site http://d-tech.space/

Also Lviv is a great city to visit and to discover!
For visitors from abroad I would advise you to stay in Lviv for few more days, and if you haven't been in Kyiv - to visit Kyiv as well!


Thanks.
I'm not convinced, but I may participate in the future if they decide to do another event.

Kiev is an amazing city. I'm in Odessa right now, the Ukrainians are warm people.

Haven't been to Lviv yet, but there is a nice freelancing community there. Smiley

~ Roxana
4  Economy / Currency exchange / Best Exchanges to Partner Up with Post ICO on: February 04, 2018, 11:43:21 AM
We have a few exchanges in mind to partner up with post our ICO in spring.
However, I'm a huge believer in the power of users. So I'm asking the community:

Which exchange(s) would you like the ICOs you're part of to partner with? And why?
This isn't just to help companies in their post ICO strategy, but also to help young promising exchanges get more exposure, users, and of course, business opportunities.

Let's see who gets the vote of confidence.

~ Roxana from Aimedis
5  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: Cash out your BTC to PayPal on: February 04, 2018, 11:38:24 AM
Nobody is accusing anyone.
It is just a reality that PayPal and other withdrawal services are high risk for now for crypto transactions.

Unless PayPal implements a smart contract, it will not be a good option.

It is also the same issue with "seller protection" and "cash backs".

~ Roxana from Aimedis
6  Economy / Economics / Re: If the world uses a single currency on: February 04, 2018, 11:25:09 AM
I'm afraid that will not be possible.
This idea of one coin for all countries approaches the Marxism principles that ultimately lead to communism.

I think we would be better off with having the same crypto regulations (think legal and accounting for blockchain), so independent where you live or do business, you know beforehand what's in store.

But one coin for all countries, it's not good. Basically it oversteps the descentralization principles, the "no monopoly" concept.

~ Roxana from Aimedis
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Is the future of bitcoin dependent on India and China? on: February 04, 2018, 11:19:38 AM
Bitcoin mass adoption depends on the regulations in each country.
To ensure a powerful future and a more stable one you need mass adoption of a product. If you consider Bitcoin a product of the blockchain industry, then just pioneers and early adopters are not enough to make it sustainable.

India, China, South Korea, all hold some contribution to the growth and stability of the coin. That can't be argued. But Bitcoin will still survive without them. Just keep in mind that survival and growth are two separate matters.

~ Roxana from Aimedis
8  Bitcoin / Meetups / Re: World Blockchain and Token Summit Dubai 2018 on: February 04, 2018, 11:11:26 AM
There are a few blockchain conferences happening around the same time. Maybe a few weeks apart.
Like the ICO blockchain forum.
What makes your summit the best? Why would people attend? What is your USP?

Looking forward to your reply.

~ Roxana from Aimedis
9  Bitcoin / Meetups / Re: D-Tech Space in Lviv (Ukraine) - 16-17 March 2018 on: February 04, 2018, 11:06:26 AM
D-Tech Space is a conference for innovators, entrepreneurs, and tech visionaries that will be held in the beautiful city of Lviv, where creativity, tech and business meet.

Our mission is without compromise. We pursue technologies and ideas that are shaping the information age and re-designing all spheres of human life. We aim to streamline positive social change through the power of technologies and creativity. In other words, we talk about innovation before it becomes routine.

500+ Participants
12 Outstanding speakers
15 Exhibitors
50 Influencers

TOPICS

Decentralization
Re-shaping internet era
Blockchain
Re-inventing trust
Digital assets
Re-distributing wealth
Emerging technologies
Re-designing digital future
Smart Cities Entrepreneurship
Re-evaluating entrepreneurial spirit
Sharing economies
Re-creating consumption models
3-D Printing
Re-connecting consumers and designers
Transhumanism
Re-imagining
human life
AR/VR
Re-making movies and re-telling stories.

More details on the official web-site: http://d-tech.space/

Is this the first event or is it reoccurring on a yearly basis?
Would love to see a floorplan and agenda for this.

~ Roxana from Aimedis
10  Bitcoin / Meetups / Informal Blockchain Meetup at TechChill 2018 Riga on: February 04, 2018, 11:03:26 AM
Hi everyone.

If anyone is attending the tech conference TechChill in Riga, Latvia, next week (Feb 8-9) and would like to meet up to discuss blockchain, ICOs, and the future of Bitcoin, please let us know.

Roxana, our chief of communication will be there.
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Coinmarketcap announced they will exclude some of the Korean exchanges on: January 08, 2018, 07:29:45 PM
The official announcement was made earlier this week.
https://twitter.com/CoinMarketCap/status/950427463804481536

It's no news that since the South Korean market is controlled and foreign access is almost impossible without proper paperwork and proof, the exchange rates for many Altcoins are much higher in comparison to US and European exchange markets.

To give you an idea, whereas ETH was trading slightly over $1,000 on EU or US exchanges, the SK exchanges were trading it at 1ETH = 1,800USD.

With these differences in mind, it's hard to give a solid average rate of the market, which is why Coinmarketcap decided to remove the Korean ones, as they were not reflecting in any way the general situation.

Going forward, you won't be seeing such huge differences in trading quotes for Bitcoin and Altcoins.

~ Roxana
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: a wallet for tokens? on: January 08, 2018, 07:05:53 PM
WavesWallet is also safe and easy to use.
But if you want to have an ongoing thing with crypto, I do advise you to look for other options (ledger - multiple ones, or just download and setup a wallet on a computer that it's used just for this purpose).

Well, waves wallet is safe but waves based coins are not so popular like erc20 based tokens. MY advice would be on myetherwallet side because there are a lot of successful erc20 based tokens and you can store them all in mew.


Actually you can store quite a few on Waves, but mostly the popular coins (Bitcoin and some of the Altcoins).

But if you lose your series of secret words you lose access to the wallet.

MEW has always been a popular option of course.

~ Roxana
13  Bitcoin / Meetups / Re: Blockchain & Bitcoin Conference Philippines on January 25, 2018 in Manila on: January 08, 2018, 07:00:47 PM
That's some great news, Roxana. Hope to see you on one of our events!


Hi Nick.

We might be sending someone from our team at the Philippines summit.

We'll also join the Swiss one and the Dubai conference. Smiley

~ Roxana
14  Bitcoin / Meetups / Re: European Must Attend 2018 Conferences - Blockchain Focused on: January 08, 2018, 06:53:53 PM
Hi,

We are thinking at the moment about :

Dubai International Blockchain Summit
The North American Bitcoin Conference
London Blockchain Week

Any thoughts about these upcoming conferences?

Thanks for replying.
We have London Blockchain Week in mind too.
And the Geneva Blockchain Summit in February.

Also the March ICO and Blockchain conference in Dubai.

~ Roxana
15  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Crypto media you trust on: January 08, 2018, 06:45:01 PM
Hi! I advise you to check http://www.the-[Suspicious link removed] - interesting and useful. But a lot of advertising.

Also cointelegraph.com - this is icon of crypto media)


Ethereum World News
CoinDesk
GlobalCoinReport
BlockTribune
FXStreet
Cryptovest
The Merkle
San Francisco Business Times - has some good stuff occasionally
International Business Times - same, good stuff sometimes
Live Trading News
Bitcoin Isle - occasionally
SmartContract
BitMakler - occasionally
CryptoCrimson
Money Magazine - occasionally

Hope it helps. Smiley

~ Roxana


That's a pretty large list! Some of them are new to me, will check.
The Merkle - like this one much, good and informative content.

Also Coindesk and Huffington Post are worth reading. Coindesk - for news and they have very good crypto event list. And on Huffington post there are interesting articles

Glad I could help.
Steem.it also has good pieces but you need to filter a lot to get to the right blogs. Smiley

~ Roxana
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: New User Here: Anyone Else Interested in Healthtech + Blockchain? on: January 08, 2018, 06:37:29 PM


Thank you.
At the time of the launch, we'll definitely post it on Bitcointalk too.
 
Our developers have deeper understanding of the blockchain protocol, they're the ones programming so they should know more about to what extent it can be implemented.

We're not Telegram to have the numbers already to be able to launch our own blockchain, but we will build the platform using the Ethereum blockchain.

~ Roxana
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: Which bounty campaign is very good now? on: January 05, 2018, 11:02:35 AM
There is a Telegram group called Airdrop hot news (about 590 subscribers) and they regularly update airdrops openings.
I don't own it so I can't tell you much, except for the fact that it's pretty active.

p.s. We will have an airdrop & bounty campaign with Aimedis for our ICO launch too. Smiley At some point...

~ Roxana
18  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Best Coin for holding. ETH vs BTC vs LTC on: January 05, 2018, 10:56:24 AM
Each coin has seen a significant growth in the past 12 months.
I wouldn't invest all in one coin, though, and disperse the amount into 4-5.
Invest a small amount in each, and then look for potential in other coins, too.

Some ICOs are developing solid solutions so a token of theirs could be worth more in 2-3 years time.
That can also generate profits.

With crypto, there's no telling which is the safest. It wouldn't be so exciting if everything was safe, without risk.

~ Roxana
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: a wallet for tokens? on: January 05, 2018, 10:32:57 AM
WavesWallet is also safe and easy to use.
But if you want to have an ongoing thing with crypto, I do advise you to look for other options (ledger - multiple ones, or just download and setup a wallet on a computer that it's used just for this purpose).
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Sell Ripple Now? on: January 05, 2018, 10:15:52 AM
Ripple had a weird pattern of dropping after mid every month, if you look at the data for the last 6 months. (Data from https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/ripple/historical-data/?start=20170705&end=20180105)
Up until November. Then after mid November, price went up and never really stopped. The pattern didn't repeat.

I guess it would be a gamble to see how the next 3months perform.
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