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Question: Monero Marketing: Is It Time?  (Voting closed: August 18, 2015, 09:17:53 PM)
Yes, the world is ready for fungible e-cash! - 12 (17.9%)
No, the 6GB/RAM database is a deal-killer. - 18 (26.9%)
No, we need an Official GUI. - 27 (40.3%)
No, we need multi-sig support. - 1 (1.5%)
Sort of, let's evaluate efforts case-by-case. - 9 (13.4%)
Total Voters: 67

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October 09, 2015, 12:11:54 PM
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I think the perfect time for Monero marketing would be in the next year. As people become more concerned about their privacy (like NSA spying their activity) they would definitely be attracted by Monero's privacy features. The part of Bitcoin's block chain being a public ledger is probably not a good idea as anyone could trace your transactions (if they are able to link the public address with you) and know what you're doing. I describe Bitcoin as pseudonymous while Monero is truly anonymous. Just my opinion  Grin

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October 09, 2015, 12:15:26 PM
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Heads up:  
  
Over at http://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets I'll be conducting a

HVIAmA (Halloween Video Ask Me Anything) at 1PM ET about Monero.  

All of my answers will be in the form of videos, and with successive questions participants will unlock new halloween costumes.
  
This is a subreddit filled with people who like speculative and risky trades on the stock market and has showed a tepid reception to cryptocurrency in the past.  My job will be to convince them that Monero is not a scam, and is a genuine and honest project filled with good intentions.  It might be risky, but it's legit as it gets.  
  
If you have the time, tune in.

Account is back under control of the real AmericanPegasus.
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October 09, 2015, 10:41:28 PM
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Heads up:  
  
Over at http://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets I'll be conducting a

HVIAmA (Halloween Video Ask Me Anything) at 1PM ET about Monero.  

All of my answers will be in the form of videos, and with successive questions participants will unlock new halloween costumes.
  
This is a subreddit filled with people who like speculative and risky trades on the stock market and has showed a tepid reception to cryptocurrency in the past.  My job will be to convince them that Monero is not a scam, and is a genuine and honest project filled with good intentions.  It might be risky, but it's legit as it gets.  
  
If you have the time, tune in.

Very entertaining!
https://twitter.com/XMRpromotions/status/652614168978165762

Don't buy Monero: https://twitter.com/MoneroPromotion/status/746006420508729344

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October 09, 2015, 11:28:18 PM
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Heads up: 
 
Over at http://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets I'll be conducting a

HVIAmA (Halloween Video Ask Me Anything) at 1PM ET about Monero

All of my answers will be in the form of videos, and with successive questions participants will unlock new halloween costumes.
 
This is a subreddit filled with people who like speculative and risky trades on the stock market and has showed a tepid reception to cryptocurrency in the past.  My job will be to convince them that Monero is not a scam, and is a genuine and honest project filled with good intentions.  It might be risky, but it's legit as it gets. 
 
If you have the time, tune in.

Very entertaining!
https://twitter.com/XMRpromotions/status/652614168978165762

Just started reading the thread on there and it's awesome so far! Americanpegasus will definitely need to be apart of the monero marketing team when it comes down to it in the near future.

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October 10, 2015, 01:04:00 AM
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I think the perfect time for Monero marketing would be in the next year. As people become more concerned about their privacy (like NSA spying their activity) they would definitely be attracted by Monero's privacy features. The part of Bitcoin's block chain being a public ledger is probably not a good idea as anyone could trace your transactions (if they are able to link the public address with you) and know what you're doing. I describe Bitcoin as pseudonymous while Monero is truly anonymous. Just my opinion  Grin

Everyone knows that big companies and federal agencies are spying. Not only usa, but everyone. For example, Australia is goint to start 'officially' its spying program in two days: http://www.echo.net.au/2015/09/privacy-ends-october-13-2015/

But the problem is that regular ppl just dont care with the prevalent opinion "i have nothing to hide, as I dont do anything bad'. etc.

There is a fraction of ppl concerned about privacy, which look for privacy supportive services especially in the internet. Thus monero marketing should be aimed at this group of ppl and such services. And its already happening.

The most recent example is with tutanota and possibility of making donations with xmr:
https://tutanota.uservoice.com/forums/237921-general/suggestions/9968298-accept-monero-xmr-for-donations



Bitcoin is NOT anonymous: http://www.bitcoinisnotanonymous.com
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October 10, 2015, 01:28:59 AM
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I think the perfect time for Monero marketing would be in the next year. As people become more concerned about their privacy (like NSA spying their activity) they would definitely be attracted by Monero's privacy features. The part of Bitcoin's block chain being a public ledger is probably not a good idea as anyone could trace your transactions (if they are able to link the public address with you) and know what you're doing. I describe Bitcoin as pseudonymous while Monero is truly anonymous. Just my opinion  Grin

Everyone knows that big companies and federal agencies are spying. Not only usa, but everyone. For example, Australia is goint to start 'officially' its spying program in two days: http://www.echo.net.au/2015/09/privacy-ends-october-13-2015/

But the problem is that regular ppl just dont care with the prevalent opinion "i have nothing to hide, as I dont do anything bad'. etc.

There is a fraction of ppl concerned about privacy, which look for privacy supportive services especially in the internet. Thus monero marketing should be aimed at this group of ppl and such services. And its already happening.

The most recent example is with tutanota and possibility of making donations with xmr:
https://tutanota.uservoice.com/forums/237921-general/suggestions/9968298-accept-monero-xmr-for-donations




Wake up world! Your right to privacy is under attack. The voting link you just provided proves that some people do care about privacy. Monero should try to find them all!
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