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September 09, 2016, 09:35:21 PM
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Your "team" (no linked in profiles) are more 50% off Russians. The topic starter account is Russian.

Why are you pretending to have folowing addres: Noigem Establishment, Landstrasse 97, 9494 Schaan, Liechtenstein

All we have now is lending ICO page, how serious investor can trust you? It's impossible to believe that all of your "team" is real people.

How can you prove that you are not HYIP makers but serious TEAM?

Why didn't use ESCROW for ICO?

What do you know about incorporation of company in Russia and Russian regulations concerning business and especially crypto business?
Haha. All I know is that the situation is terrible there.

Are you from Russia? Do you know any particularities?
Hm, I am not very big expert in Russia but I know for sure that sometimes it is too expensive to set up business there because of many unofficial payments. Moreover, it does not seem Russian government tends to legalize any crypto activities.

Indeed, basing this in Russia would have been crazy. Except unclear legislation, bureaucracy is really terrible there (and always have been during last few centuries). If you don't have connections to authorities, starting serious business there is a kind of... well... risky. It doesn't mean I dislike Russia (not at all), I am just stating the unfortunate facts.

I am glad these guys base in civilized European country. Not sure why Liechtenstein though, but I like the place Smiley



BTW, its nice to see many Russians in the team - that gives us a chance to see non-standard approaches and solutions. IMHO Smiley
Russia is really bad choice for conducting crypto business.
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September 10, 2016, 12:39:24 AM
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u actually contributed nothing to the question. Stop motherfucking around if u don't have answers. Please Please ignore.
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September 10, 2016, 01:02:30 AM
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@massnetwork:
wanted to ask you a question. As you have investigated the ads market, you should definitely know this: what is the average amount (in bitcoins/satoshies) currently paid for a single ad of average size shown on a page (per view)? What is the range..? I don't talk about exact numbers of course, just very rough numbers to get an idea.

This question may seem unrelated, but I think it is not. I just want to understand the money supply amount you chose, given that you say the single Mass token will not be dividable, and Mass coins will exist only in integer numbers.

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September 10, 2016, 05:16:14 AM
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September 10, 2016, 06:35:10 AM
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@massnetwork:
wanted to ask you a question. As you have investigated the ads market, you should definitely know this: what is the average amount (in bitcoins/satoshies) currently paid for a single ad of average size shown on a page (per view)? What is the range..? I don't talk about exact numbers of course, just very rough numbers to get an idea.

This question may seem unrelated, but I think it is not. I just want to understand the money supply amount you chose, given that you say the single Mass token will not be dividable, and Mass coins will exist only in integer numbers.

It's on the edge, you're right. But if you look at the comment right next to yours, you'd see why not more than 10^12. LN implementation for colored coins is still unclear. Colu's on top of this; we'll follow their lead in this aspect. The essentials for the issuance won't change, though.
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September 10, 2016, 07:14:38 AM
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u actually contributed nothing to the question. Stop motherfucking around if u don't have answers. Please Please ignore.
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Guys, keep calm. Why are you so nervous?
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September 10, 2016, 09:22:55 AM
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Mass with Waves have to maintain cooperative relations, but I want to say, Waves CEO is so bad.

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September 10, 2016, 10:50:41 AM
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now ICO Bitcoin total :48~

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September 10, 2016, 11:29:21 AM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1590365.0

OP any thoughts ?


u actually contributed nothing to the question. Stop motherfucking around if u don't have answers. Please Please ignore.
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Guys, keep calm. Why are you so nervous?
maybe cat pissed in his serials again.
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September 10, 2016, 01:11:43 PM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1590365.0

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u actually contributed nothing to the question. Stop motherfucking around if u don't have answers. Please Please ignore.
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I don't want to pollute this thread, so will keep this short. I never answer stupid questions. And yes, I will be happy to ignore your further posts. Take care.
Guys, keep calm. Why are you so nervous?
maybe cat pissed in his serials again.

Few things:
(1) ADZ is yet another "big corporations is evil" plot. Maybe so. But that doesn't work. Even for bitcoin currency yet. Mass is an opportunist, in a political sense. We help big corps.
(2) ADZ plans to REPLACE ads, i.e. put something to where something was replaced. That's stealing. It's not gonna work. Neither for Brave, not for anyone else. Big corps still have guts to put the violators to jail. Mass offers solution to the rightful owners of blocked impressions.
(3) ADZ is a blockchain clone. That's a waste of energy. No blockchain but Bitcoin has proven to be viable. There's NONE! ADZ will join the same dead pool, statistically. Mass doesn't mess with that. Mass uses Bitcoin. 


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September 10, 2016, 05:31:23 PM
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@lelele: good find, I didn't come across that one. btw, the cat stopped to piss randomly (though still "serial" is spelled like "cereal" usually)

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ADZCoin is an interesting concept, but if I understand correctly, it is completely different from the one offered here. First of all - the payment direction is just the opposite: in ADZCoin users get 'free' coins from their social media platform, and pay to websites. In Mass coin this is the opposite - websites have to earn the Mass and pay to the users. Secondly - they focus too much on social media platform for earning coins, so ADZCoin is more of a competitor to Steemit (that's why they just posted a 'comparison' in their blog). Reliance to their own social media site will drastically reduce the potential user base of the coin IMHO, not everyone will want to participate in yet another new social media platform.

But well, this is just first impression, it would be interesting to see others views on this.

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September 11, 2016, 07:28:01 AM
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Mass with Waves have to maintain cooperative relations, but I want to say, Waves CEO is so bad.
Why? Following your logic it is possible to say that Mass should cooperate with many other projects
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September 11, 2016, 09:07:40 AM
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Mass with Waves have to maintain cooperative relations, but I want to say, Waves CEO is so bad.
Why? Following your logic it is possible to say that Mass should cooperate with many other projects
So what? That would be great!
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September 11, 2016, 11:52:41 AM
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Mass with Waves have to maintain cooperative relations, but I want to say, Waves CEO is so bad.
Why? Following your logic it is possible to say that Mass should cooperate with many other projects
So what? That would be great!
Hm, indeed. Kind of world network?
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September 11, 2016, 03:03:45 PM
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how high is the ico bonus for the upcoming weeks?




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September 11, 2016, 03:57:21 PM
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It is too quiet here. There is so much to discuss, I have used to see much more discussion and controversy on solid projects like this.

When do you plan to start the signature campaign? Not asking for myself (I will not participate as I prefer not to sell my signature space for money), but many people will do. This will increase the visibility of the project here on BCT. I suppose it should be done while the ICO bonuses still last, so people do not complain about 'stealth' launch later Smiley.

This could spread the word and attract more of serious and knowledgeable folks here. The project is solid, and it needs to attract solid community. Of course, attracting those guys mean also much more discussion and controversy here, but without them no long-term project could be successful. You have to be well prepared though - together with solid folks, an lot of fudders are being attracted too, and even solid folks are not easy to deal with Smiley


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September 11, 2016, 04:03:23 PM
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So is this a counterparty token then?  What secures your token? 
 
Also, what software or service do you propose to use with this token?  Screenshots and demos would be preferred.

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September 11, 2016, 04:05:19 PM
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Mass with Waves have to maintain cooperative relations, but I want to say, Waves CEO is so bad.
Why? Following your logic it is possible to say that Mass should cooperate with many other projects
So what? That would be great!
Hm, indeed. Kind of world network?
Kind of.

massnetwork, how do you consider this opportunity?
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September 11, 2016, 05:28:56 PM
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What is "Blue Paper", and why it is so similar to White Paper?
EDIT: While I was writing this Blue Paper became different from while paper Smiley. Nice to see things progressing daily!

Website suggestion: the Dashboard page shows the number of BTC invested as "Your balance". I suppose if I invest more later, the amount will be added to the one shown, regardless of when the investment was made. This is not really informative, as the discount is not accounted in any way. Something could be improved there, so it shows more useful info. I can make some suggestions, but I think it better to leave it to your web developer to decide, as I know folks like to do things their own way Smiley

Also the transaction history could explicitly show the date (I know I can look into BTC block explorer to find that, but anyway), and the discount applied (for example like "x 1.45" shown near the amount of investment).

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September 11, 2016, 05:44:07 PM
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So is this a counterparty token then?  What secures your token? 
 
Also, what software or service do you propose to use with this token?  Screenshots and demos would be preferred.

Colu.com token which is similar to a Counterparty or Omni token. 
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