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May 30, 2017, 10:21:35 AM
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We are expecting that the project is in progress.
We bet on the brilliant future of Africa Smiley
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June 02, 2017, 01:37:03 AM
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 grad to see rise of Cadastrals again. on the other hands, I wonder there is a mass holder who is promoting Bitland to Japanese coin market news papers. I hate this kind of price control - holding mass of coins and promote it by himself. especially, as a one hoping the pilot project itself success.  Cool

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June 23, 2017, 02:53:51 PM
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Me with the President of Mauritius because of Bitland's work Smiley

heh...

We have been in high gear for so long i forgot this thread existed.

https://steemit.com/mauritius/@chris-bates/meeting-the-president-of-mauritius

I met a President before Vitalik met Putin.

For all the people wondering about Bitland progress, please look news outlets, Steemit, Twitter, or Ong.Social for information about Bitland progress.

We are now registered in Botswana, Mauritius, Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda, and South Africa.

You can check updates on the project in South Africa from their Instagram page:

https://www.instagram.com/thehealthiestvillage/

Bitland.world and Bitlandglobal.com are sister sites for the record.

BitlandGlobal.com focuses on Ghanaian real estate market exclusively, while Bitland.world is the page for global access to the protocol.

We are presenting directly to Nigerian government in August, and Narigamba just presented a demo to the Lands Commission in Accra this week in fact Smiley

Bitland is not stopping

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June 23, 2017, 02:56:44 PM
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Also, for anyone who does not understand how land formation works, and thinks it is an "idiotic statement" that "new land pops up all the time", please see this list of "new islands since the beginning of the 20th century"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_new_islands


Name of the island   Country   Land formation year(s)
Hunga Ha'apai    Tonga   2014–15, 2009[5]
Jadid Island    Yemen   2013[6]
Nishinoshima    Japan   2013–15, 1973–74[7]
Yaya Island    Russia   2013
Zalzala Koh    Pakistan   2013[8]
Sholan Island    Yemen   2011[6]
Peer Ghaib, Balochistan    Pakistan   2010, 2004[9]
Home Reef    Tonga   2006, 1984[10]
Norderoogsand    Germany   1999[11]
Kavachi    Solomon Islands   1999–2003, 1991, 1986, 1978, 1976, 1969–70, 1965, 1963–64, 1961, 1958, 1952–53[12]
Metis Shoal    Tonga   1995, 1979, 1967–68[13]
Fukutoku-Okanoba    Japan   1986, 1974–75, 1914, 1904–05[14]
Kuwae    Vanuatu   1974, 1971, 1959, 1949, 1948, 1923–25[15]
Surtsey    Iceland   1963–67[16]
Ilha Nova (Capelinhos)    Portugal   1957–58[17]
Myōjin-shō    Japan   1952–53, 1946[18]
Anak Krakatau    Indonesia   1927–30[19]
Fonuafo'ou    Tonga   1927–28[20]
Banua Wuhu    Indonesia   1918–19, 1904[21]

I am not sure if you understand how "land" works.

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June 23, 2017, 04:58:43 PM
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Also, for anyone who does not understand how land formation works, and thinks it is an "idiotic statement" that "new land pops up all the time", please see this list of "new islands since the beginning of the 20th century"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_new_islands


Name of the island   Country   Land formation year(s)
Hunga Ha'apai    Tonga   2014–15, 2009[5]
Jadid Island    Yemen   2013[6]
Nishinoshima    Japan   2013–15, 1973–74[7]
Yaya Island    Russia   2013
Zalzala Koh    Pakistan   2013[8]
Sholan Island    Yemen   2011[6]
Peer Ghaib, Balochistan    Pakistan   2010, 2004[9]
Home Reef    Tonga   2006, 1984[10]
Norderoogsand    Germany   1999[11]
Kavachi    Solomon Islands   1999–2003, 1991, 1986, 1978, 1976, 1969–70, 1965, 1963–64, 1961, 1958, 1952–53[12]
Metis Shoal    Tonga   1995, 1979, 1967–68[13]
Fukutoku-Okanoba    Japan   1986, 1974–75, 1914, 1904–05[14]
Kuwae    Vanuatu   1974, 1971, 1959, 1949, 1948, 1923–25[15]
Surtsey    Iceland   1963–67[16]
Ilha Nova (Capelinhos)    Portugal   1957–58[17]
Myōjin-shō    Japan   1952–53, 1946[18]
Anak Krakatau    Indonesia   1927–30[19]
Fonuafo'ou    Tonga   1927–28[20]
Banua Wuhu    Indonesia   1918–19, 1904[21]

I am not sure if you understand how "land" works.

Let's see if a mere mortal can school this asshole on how "land" works ...


Ergo, I'm puttin' all my money in BitSea because I know how "oceans" work.
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June 23, 2017, 08:05:35 PM
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Also, for anyone who does not understand how land formation works, and thinks it is an "idiotic statement" that "new land pops up all the time", please see this list of "new islands since the beginning of the 20th century"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_new_islands


Name of the island   Country   Land formation year(s)
Hunga Ha'apai    Tonga   2014–15, 2009[5]
Jadid Island    Yemen   2013[6]
Nishinoshima    Japan   2013–15, 1973–74[7]
Yaya Island    Russia   2013
Zalzala Koh    Pakistan   2013[8]
Sholan Island    Yemen   2011[6]
Peer Ghaib, Balochistan    Pakistan   2010, 2004[9]
Home Reef    Tonga   2006, 1984[10]
Norderoogsand    Germany   1999[11]
Kavachi    Solomon Islands   1999–2003, 1991, 1986, 1978, 1976, 1969–70, 1965, 1963–64, 1961, 1958, 1952–53[12]
Metis Shoal    Tonga   1995, 1979, 1967–68[13]
Fukutoku-Okanoba    Japan   1986, 1974–75, 1914, 1904–05[14]
Kuwae    Vanuatu   1974, 1971, 1959, 1949, 1948, 1923–25[15]
Surtsey    Iceland   1963–67[16]
Ilha Nova (Capelinhos)    Portugal   1957–58[17]
Myōjin-shō    Japan   1952–53, 1946[18]
Anak Krakatau    Indonesia   1927–30[19]
Fonuafo'ou    Tonga   1927–28[20]
Banua Wuhu    Indonesia   1918–19, 1904[21]

I am not sure if you understand how "land" works.

Let's see if a mere mortal can school this asshole on how "land" works ...


Ergo, I'm puttin' all my money in BitSea because I know how "oceans" work.

Pretty sure you don't understand that at all either.

But, yeah...go ahead and continue to elaborate on how "land is static" Smiley

That will surely build your credibility in this long term argument.

Please, continue to use "periodically updated maps" and "periodically updated land surveys" to prove why "land maps and surveys don't need to be updated periodically"...

Surely, that argument will end well for you...


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June 23, 2017, 09:25:33 PM
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Also, for anyone who does not understand how land formation works, and thinks it is an "idiotic statement" that "new land pops up all the time", please see this list of "new islands since the beginning of the 20th century"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_new_islands


Name of the island   Country   Land formation year(s)
Hunga Ha'apai    Tonga   2014–15, 2009[5]
Jadid Island    Yemen   2013[6]
Nishinoshima    Japan   2013–15, 1973–74[7]
Yaya Island    Russia   2013
Zalzala Koh    Pakistan   2013[8]
Sholan Island    Yemen   2011[6]
Peer Ghaib, Balochistan    Pakistan   2010, 2004[9]
Home Reef    Tonga   2006, 1984[10]
Norderoogsand    Germany   1999[11]
Kavachi    Solomon Islands   1999–2003, 1991, 1986, 1978, 1976, 1969–70, 1965, 1963–64, 1961, 1958, 1952–53[12]
Metis Shoal    Tonga   1995, 1979, 1967–68[13]
Fukutoku-Okanoba    Japan   1986, 1974–75, 1914, 1904–05[14]
Kuwae    Vanuatu   1974, 1971, 1959, 1949, 1948, 1923–25[15]
Surtsey    Iceland   1963–67[16]
Ilha Nova (Capelinhos)    Portugal   1957–58[17]
Myōjin-shō    Japan   1952–53, 1946[18]
Anak Krakatau    Indonesia   1927–30[19]
Fonuafo'ou    Tonga   1927–28[20]
Banua Wuhu    Indonesia   1918–19, 1904[21]

I am not sure if you understand how "land" works.

You selling volcanos now? I'll take one, always wanted to live in a volcano. How much is it?

Ain't buying this one though, looks like a scam:

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Zalzala Koh (Urdu: زلزلہ جزیرہ‎, Earthquake Mountain) or Zalzala Jazeera (Earthquake Island) was a small island off the coast of the port city of Gwadar, Balochistan, Pakistan which appeared on 24 September 2013 following an earthquake. As predicted by many geologists, the island has started to resubmerge, with satellite images indicating the island has sunk 3 m (10 ft) into the sea since its initial appearance.[2] By the end of 2016, the island had completely disappeared.[3]

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June 23, 2017, 11:57:58 PM
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Also, for anyone who does not understand how land formation works, and thinks it is an "idiotic statement" that "new land pops up all the time", please see this list of "new islands since the beginning of the 20th century"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_new_islands


Name of the island   Country   Land formation year(s)
Hunga Ha'apai    Tonga   2014–15, 2009[5]
Jadid Island    Yemen   2013[6]
Nishinoshima    Japan   2013–15, 1973–74[7]
Yaya Island    Russia   2013
Zalzala Koh    Pakistan   2013[8]
Sholan Island    Yemen   2011[6]
Peer Ghaib, Balochistan    Pakistan   2010, 2004[9]
Home Reef    Tonga   2006, 1984[10]
Norderoogsand    Germany   1999[11]
Kavachi    Solomon Islands   1999–2003, 1991, 1986, 1978, 1976, 1969–70, 1965, 1963–64, 1961, 1958, 1952–53[12]
Metis Shoal    Tonga   1995, 1979, 1967–68[13]
Fukutoku-Okanoba    Japan   1986, 1974–75, 1914, 1904–05[14]
Kuwae    Vanuatu   1974, 1971, 1959, 1949, 1948, 1923–25[15]
Surtsey    Iceland   1963–67[16]
Ilha Nova (Capelinhos)    Portugal   1957–58[17]
Myōjin-shō    Japan   1952–53, 1946[18]
Anak Krakatau    Indonesia   1927–30[19]
Fonuafo'ou    Tonga   1927–28[20]
Banua Wuhu    Indonesia   1918–19, 1904[21]

I am not sure if you understand how "land" works.

Let's see if a mere mortal can school this asshole on how "land" works ...


Ergo, I'm puttin' all my money in BitSea because I know how "oceans" work.

Pretty sure you don't understand that at all either.

But, yeah...go ahead and continue to elaborate on how "land is static" Smiley

That will surely build your credibility in this long term argument.

Please, continue to use "periodically updated maps" and "periodically updated land surveys" to prove why "land maps and surveys don't need to be updated periodically"...

Surely, that argument will end well for you...



Pretty sure don't understand that I merely showed a counterexample to your list of newly created lands which you failed to mention, now moving the goalpost in stating that land creation and destruction IS NOT static, THE VERY FUCKIN POINT I WAS MAKING. What fuckin school did you go to, you fuckin moron?

Only a fuckin idiot would provide proof of lands being created in the middle of the oceans by volcanos to advance his African land scam. Somebody needs to slap the livin' shit outta you.
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June 24, 2017, 12:14:05 AM
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This project is interesting.  Seems very ambitious of course and the scale of it combined with the history of this forum makes people hesitant to take it seriously.  It would be really cool to see this project become a reality but I think so many of us are separated from Ghana by a large gap of physical location and culture.  So what I am curious about is how interested people can verify that this type of thing actually is able to happen or how would we even be able to verify the projects authenticity with it being so distant?  It's almost like I want to believe in this because at its core is a really great idea but I am having trouble seeing it as real just because of the presentation and that it was posted here on bitcointalk.  Will be curious to watch how this develops.
so true. The inspiration of this project should be a new beginning for everyone. That when we have a brilliant idea. Do not make a big obstacle. Independence in this world must be realized in all fields, especially cryptocurrency. Hopefully the seriousness of this project, can prove to everyone that the strength of Bitland is true.
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June 24, 2017, 12:36:40 AM
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This project is interesting.  Seems very ambitious of course and the scale of it combined with the history of this forum makes people hesitant to take it seriously.  It would be really cool to see this project become a reality but I think so many of us are separated from Ghana by a large gap of physical location and culture.  So what I am curious about is how interested people can verify that this type of thing actually is able to happen or how would we even be able to verify the projects authenticity with it being so distant?  It's almost like I want to believe in this because at its core is a really great idea but I am having trouble seeing it as real just because of the presentation and that it was posted here on bitcointalk.  Will be curious to watch how this develops.
so true. The inspiration of this project should be a new beginning for everyone. That when we have a brilliant idea. Do not make a big obstacle. Independence in this world must be realized in all fields, especially cryptocurrency. Hopefully the seriousness of this project, can prove to everyone that the strength of Bitland is true.

Since nobody else is brave enough to say it, I will. The above poster doesn't have a fuckin clue as to what he's talkin' 'bout pertaining to this thread. He's merely posting so to satisfy his sig campaign agreement.
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June 26, 2017, 11:47:01 PM
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Reading through this thread, I can't come to the conclusion if this is a credible project or a troll nest. I'm only interested because it has a low marketcap and therefore bigger potential to grow compared to most established cryptos...key word established. So can anyone give me any insights on where this project is going or provide any credible links that validate this bitland? Thanks in advance.

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June 27, 2017, 12:01:24 AM
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Reading through this thread, I can't come to the conclusion if this is a credible project or a troll nest. I'm only interested because it has a low marketcap and therefore bigger potential to grow compared to most established cryptos...key word established. So can anyone give me any insights on where this project is going or provide any credible links that validate this bitland? Thanks in advance.

Credible link to validate Bitland: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1434155.msg19736777#msg19736777

Insight: New volcanic islands are created every day, ripe for the snake oil that those behind Bitland are currently hawking.

Bonus comment: Deeds for troll nests are pro bono.
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June 27, 2017, 01:03:06 PM
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Reading through this thread, I can't come to the conclusion if this is a credible project or a troll nest. I'm only interested because it has a low marketcap and therefore bigger potential to grow compared to most established cryptos...key word established. So can anyone give me any insights on where this project is going or provide any credible links that validate this bitland? Thanks in advance.

Credible link to validate Bitland: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1434155.msg19736777#msg19736777

Insight: New volcanic islands are created every day, ripe for the snake oil that those behind Bitland are currently hawking.

Bonus comment: Deeds for troll nests are pro bono.

Just admit you know jack shit about how plate tectonics and how development of land works...

You're not an expert in anything but trolling Wink

Pretty sure you will only make Bitland look amazing by continuing down this line of rhetoric...so please...please continue about how "land is static and unchanging and will always be in the exact same place forever"

go ahead...that argument is...fantatsic...

lulz

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June 27, 2017, 01:08:44 PM
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Reading through this thread, I can't come to the conclusion if this is a credible project or a troll nest. I'm only interested because it has a low marketcap and therefore bigger potential to grow compared to most established cryptos...key word established. So can anyone give me any insights on where this project is going or provide any credible links that validate this bitland? Thanks in advance.


You mean like the time we got mentioned on National Public Radio?

http://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2017/01/11/503159694/blockchain-could-be-a-force-for-good-but-first-you-have-to-understand-it

Or when I was invited to speak at Massachusetts Institute of Technology on behalf of Bitland?

https://www.africanexponent.com/post/8320-mit-sloan-africa-innovate-conference-2017-quite-the-resounding-success

Funny that MIT knows about Bitland in 2017, but the trolls on Bitcointalk have been questioning for 3 years if the project is "legitimate"...for 3 years...


https://www.africanexponent.com/post/8320-mit-sloan-africa-innovate-conference-2017-quite-the-resounding-success



"Chris Bates; Bitland Global; Panelist for Financial Innovation at the MIT 2017 Africa Innovate Conference"

ask yourself how many other developers have been invited to speak at MIT?

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Just spoke at the French Chamber of Commerce...

http://www.iol.co.za/business-report/a-showpiece-of-african-tech-entrepreneurship-in-europe-9938511

"AFROBYTES Tech Conference is undoubtedly Europe’s pre-eminent Africa-focussed gathering of entrepreneurs, business executives, investors, academics, politicians and media interested in acting on the commercial opportunities presented by Africa’s tech and innovation industry.

Earlier this month, the event was held in the heart of Paris for the second year in a row, and once again enjoyed the enthusiastic support of France’s largest employer federation, the Movement of the Enterprises of France (Medef).

Despite the pleasure of rubbing shoulders with the likes of (name-drop alert) Rebecca Enonchong of AppsTech, Marsha Wulf of LoftyInc Capital Management, Emeka Afigbo of Facebook Africa, Ashley Lewis of Lifty Inc, Fatoumata Ba of Jumia, Baba Zoumanigui of IBM, Tayo Akinyemi of the World Bank Group and even the social media sensation that is the Kenyan TV journalist, Larry Madowo - my personal highlight at this year’s Afrobytes Conference had to be moderating a panel discussion on how Africans might participate more meaningfully in the emerging digital economy.

The panel featured three guest discussants, including Larry Christopher Bates, president and chief security officer at BitLand Global - a firm which aids efforts to democratise property ownership by helping Africans harness the commercial potential of their land through the use of digital technology.

It is Bates who gave me the most candid response to a question I asked regarding the importance of establishing the difference between access and inclusion within the context of the new digital economy.

In his response, he touched on the need for Africans to wake up to the importance of owning and cleverly leveraging key assets such as land, intellectual property and even energy and broadband infrastructure, if we are to control our destiny as a continent."

Sorry...we just don't need the approval of Bitcointalk when we get the approval of world governments Wink

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June 27, 2017, 01:16:13 PM
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This project is interesting.  Seems very ambitious of course and the scale of it combined with the history of this forum makes people hesitant to take it seriously.  It would be really cool to see this project become a reality but I think so many of us are separated from Ghana by a large gap of physical location and culture.  So what I am curious about is how interested people can verify that this type of thing actually is able to happen or how would we even be able to verify the projects authenticity with it being so distant?  It's almost like I want to believe in this because at its core is a really great idea but I am having trouble seeing it as real just because of the presentation and that it was posted here on bitcointalk.  Will be curious to watch how this develops.
so true. The inspiration of this project should be a new beginning for everyone. That when we have a brilliant idea. Do not make a big obstacle. Independence in this world must be realized in all fields, especially cryptocurrency. Hopefully the seriousness of this project, can prove to everyone that the strength of Bitland is true.

Thanks for seeing through the bullshit!  Bitcointalk is the worst part of crypto.

That is why Bitland generally avoids this forum.

It is the home of all the trolls of crypto that think they know more than they do.

That said, the project has been going strong for 3 years now, and is not slowing down any time soon Smiley

We actually just submitted a grant application to Cisco foundation to bring digital infrastructure to the Pine Ridge reservation in the US because Cisco Foundation read our white paper and noticed that we used Cisco products to price the infrastructure...

Smiley

There are major things happening Smiley

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Reading through this thread, I can't come to the conclusion if this is a credible project or a troll nest. I'm only interested because it has a low marketcap and therefore bigger potential to grow compared to most established cryptos...key word established. So can anyone give me any insights on where this project is going or provide any credible links that validate this bitland? Thanks in advance.

Credible link to validate Bitland: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1434155.msg19736777#msg19736777

Insight: New volcanic islands are created every day, ripe for the snake oil that those behind Bitland are currently hawking.

Bonus comment: Deeds for troll nests are pro bono.

Just admit you know jack shit about how plate tectonics and how development of land works...

You're not an expert in anything but trolling Wink

Pretty sure you will only make Bitland look amazing by continuing down this line of rhetoric...so please...please continue about how "land is static and unchanging and will always be in the exact same place forever"

go ahead...that argument is...fantatsic...

lulz

Look, fucktard, after you presented evidence that new land is being created in validating your venture, I presented proof that the creation of land is not static - some is destroyed - with now you echoing my stance. Isn't it time for you to go fuck a gazelle or something?
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June 27, 2017, 04:06:56 PM
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This project is interesting.  Seems very ambitious of course and the scale of it combined with the history of this forum makes people hesitant to take it seriously.  It would be really cool to see this project become a reality but I think so many of us are separated from Ghana by a large gap of physical location and culture.  So what I am curious about is how interested people can verify that this type of thing actually is able to happen or how would we even be able to verify the projects authenticity with it being so distant?  It's almost like I want to believe in this because at its core is a really great idea but I am having trouble seeing it as real just because of the presentation and that it was posted here on bitcointalk.  Will be curious to watch how this develops.
so true. The inspiration of this project should be a new beginning for everyone. That when we have a brilliant idea. Do not make a big obstacle. Independence in this world must be realized in all fields, especially cryptocurrency. Hopefully the seriousness of this project, can prove to everyone that the strength of Bitland is true.

Thanks for seeing through the bullshit!  Bitcointalk is the worst part of crypto.

That is why Bitland generally avoids this forum.

It is the home of all the trolls of crypto that think they know more than they do.

That said, the project has been going strong for 3 years now, and is not slowing down any time soon Smiley

We actually just submitted a grant application to Cisco foundation to bring digital infrastructure to the Pine Ridge reservation in the US because Cisco Foundation read our white paper and noticed that we used Cisco products to price the infrastructure...

Smiley

There are major things happening Smiley

theymos, lock the forum, for the mighty Master Bates has spokeneth. Feel free to keep all the bitcoins contributed to this forum, and take a couple weeks off and go muskie fishing up there where you live.
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June 27, 2017, 09:05:50 PM
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Will bitland be on any exchanges? And what does bitland blockchain have over bitcoin or any other crypto? Why would people use bitland over bitcoin or ethereum for the land registry? I don't think I understand the point of the coin. I think I understand a little about the concept, but why have an entirely new coin if it's not gonna have a unique features or code? Is there a road map on the technical side?

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Will bitland be on any exchanges? And what does bitland blockchain have over bitcoin or any other crypto? Why would people use bitland over bitcoin or ethereum for the land registry? I don't think I understand the point of the coin. I think I understand a little about the concept, but why have an entirely new coin if it's not gonna have a unique features or code? Is there a road map on the technical side?

It will not be on any exchanges because it's a scam. There was an ICO more than a year ago and Chris Bates took the money and sold the remaining coins (Cadastrals). So most probably he will create another ICO and do the same in the near future. This is not the first venture of Chris, he scammed again with other failed projects with the same tactics.
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Will bitland be on any exchanges? And what does bitland blockchain have over bitcoin or any other crypto? Why would people use bitland over bitcoin or ethereum for the land registry? I don't think I understand the point of the coin. I think I understand a little about the concept, but why have an entirely new coin if it's not gonna have a unique features or code? Is there a road map on the technical side?

It will not be on any exchanges because it's a scam. There was an ICO more than a year ago and Chris Bates took the money and sold the remaining coins (Cadastrals). So most probably he will create another ICO and do the same in the near future. This is not the first venture of Chris, he scammed again with other failed projects with the same tactics.

Meanwhile, new lands are created every day around the world, replacing disappearing lands. Cadastrals WILL be the currency of choice on the new lands as soon as Master Bates meets up with the new lands' ruling Lords. Rumor has it that there's gonna be a marriage between Cedastrals and RateCoins to be known as RateCoinStral (RCS on the exchange). The ICO's after party will be held in Yonkers, NY, behind Chantha Owens' duplex around his solar powered duckweed pond complete with edible fishes, surrounded on three sides by towering native trees adjacent to the myriad vertical grow beds butted up to the fences separating his property with those of his white trash neighbors.
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