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November 04, 2015, 06:33:09 PM
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There seems to be a golden opportunity for digital currency to go hand-in-hand with the emerging trend of virtual reality.  Voxelus, which calls itself the “official coin of virtual reality” is well on its way to achieving many great things, assuming the team can deliver on their promises.  So far, their public crowdsale on ShapeShift.io is going quite well. (Full article)

What do you think, is it worth to invest in?

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November 04, 2015, 06:59:07 PM
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Had a good laugh at this bit.

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Voxelus allows the 2.5 billion people in the world who have no bank account but have a mobile phone, to create, buy and sell virtual reality content, and it’s just as easy for people in developed countries as well.
Implying that those people are capable of creating/using such content...  Roll Eyes

assuming the team can deliver on their promises.
Pretty big assumption given the usual trend of developers jumping ship after collecting IPO money.

What's this even based off of? Bitcoin, cryptonote, NXT, or something original?

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lol

BTC rockets and here come the scams
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