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May 28, 2017, 05:44:47 PM
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I have a question about ICOTech, Incent product.

Lately, 2 projects run their ICO campaigns on the platform. But there were lots of problems and still going on I guess.
EncryptoTel and MobileGO ICOs over but they are in audit phase. Why they need this audit process? Why others don't need but these do?
First day there was typo on MobileGO ICO panel? Was that your responsibility or their? Some address didn't show up. Invested amounts didn't show up on the panel immediately.

What lessons did you get from these ICOs?
When will be really ready to run a prope ICO?

And if you wanna say anything besides what I said, please.

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May 28, 2017, 05:55:23 PM
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The price of INCNT on cryptopia is very cheap 5k satoshi
the price ico is 10k satoshi.  Cheesy


Wow, i think thats good price for buy incent.

yes but time will take sudden turn so be careful for every action you are taking now
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May 29, 2017, 07:53:41 AM
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I have a question about ICOTech, Incent product.

Lately, 2 projects run their ICO campaigns on the platform. But there were lots of problems and still going on I guess.
EncryptoTel and MobileGO ICOs over but they are in audit phase. Why they need this audit process? Why others don't need but these do?
First day there was typo on MobileGO ICO panel? Was that your responsibility or their? Some address didn't show up. Invested amounts didn't show up on the panel immediately.

What lessons did you get from these ICOs?
When will be really ready to run a prope ICO?

And if you wanna say anything besides what I said, please.
Let me start off with the audit. Every responsible project should audit their ICO, it's best practice. We did the same with our own ICO and will continue to do that with each and every ICO yet to come. Don't forget - once distribution is done, any error which might have occurred can't be reversed. If a project chooses not to do an audit, so be it. Personally, I wouldn't feel comfortable as an investor in that case.

The typo was our fault which resulted from a code merge.

It's important for you to know that the master ledger of our ICO technology is the blockchain of each currency. If a node forks/corrupts, it can't return the necessary data. This resulted in display issues which is the very first lesson we got from the ICO - we want to read the data from the blockchain but without affecting users. We'll implement a mechanism that addresses/balances/deposits don't appear in case a node doesn't respond. Generally, we aim to make the technology slicker and way more robust as it is now.

I can't really go into detail regarding the last question. We're already working on improving the application and have some ICOs in the pipeline. It will be announced in time.

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May 29, 2017, 08:05:13 AM
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I always watched INCNT in long term prospective because of the serious and constant approach of the team towards many aspects during last few months. I am happy now for one more reason that many ICO are in pipeline which will be hosted on INCNT platform. Holding and buying when someone selling cheap are best things for everyone who can watch coming things in right perspective.

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May 29, 2017, 09:26:14 AM
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I have a question about ICOTech, Incent product.

Lately, 2 projects run their ICO campaigns on the platform. But there were lots of problems and still going on I guess.
EncryptoTel and MobileGO ICOs over but they are in audit phase. Why they need this audit process? Why others don't need but these do?
First day there was typo on MobileGO ICO panel? Was that your responsibility or their? Some address didn't show up. Invested amounts didn't show up on the panel immediately.

What lessons did you get from these ICOs?
When will be really ready to run a prope ICO?

And if you wanna say anything besides what I said, please.
Let me start off with the audit. Every responsible project should audit their ICO, it's best practice. We did the same with our own ICO and will continue to do that with each and every ICO yet to come. Don't forget - once distribution is done, any error which might have occurred can't be reversed. If a project chooses not to do an audit, so be it. Personally, I wouldn't feel comfortable as an investor in that case.

The typo was our fault which resulted from a code merge.

It's important for you to know that the master ledger of our ICO technology is the blockchain of each currency. If a node forks/corrupts, it can't return the necessary data. This resulted in display issues which is the very first lesson we got from the ICO - we want to read the data from the blockchain but without affecting users. We'll implement a mechanism that addresses/balances/deposits don't appear in case a node doesn't respond. Generally, we aim to make the technology slicker and way more robust as it is now.

I can't really go into detail regarding the last question. We're already working on improving the application and have some ICOs in the pipeline. It will be announced in time.

Thanks for the answer.
Yes investors should be comfortable with audit but we also want to see every details on our panel immediately, we want smooth process. And you  know that  Smiley
 
But as I understand your sincere answer, you're not too happy what happened exactly with those ICOs. But also those were good to see those issues and great experience for you. That means we'll see/exprerience some necessary improvements next ICOs.

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May 29, 2017, 12:19:49 PM
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When the first merchant will be announced?

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May 29, 2017, 12:42:18 PM
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When the first merchant will be announced?

Client #1 was already announced in the March Update. But it's yet unclear when he will actually start.
Here's the passage from the March Update:


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The question that everyone has wanted to know the answer to: ‘who will be merchant Client#1?!’. So forgive me for keeping you waiting but I am very pleased to formally announce that Client#1 will be a Chinese employee incentive company called Jufenbao. We consider Jufenbao an ideal fit for Incent as they are super keen to move their client’s employee reward tokens on-blockchain, they are a well established entity in a huge market and they have local representation in Sydney, which enables us to work through the specifics of a bespoke solution quickly and easily. And clearly, it isn’t lost on us that the value our product will bring to their existing user base has the potential to deliver meaningful and sustained demand for Incent. I hope you are thrilled — we certainly are.
Further Opportunities Knocking
Aside Jufenbao, we are in dialogue with two further commercial prospects worth mentioning. The first is an Australian employee incentivisation company who are exploring the benefits of doing exactly as Jufenbao are doing and the second is a very well established and successful US marketing entity who having recent sold their merchant gift card business, have bought the Puntos.com (‘Points’ in Spanish) domain name, with the aim of selling blockchain rewards into the Spanish speaking world, starting with Mexico (…!). This is all pretty heady stuff and you can probably detect a theme emerging but I want to be clear that both discussions are at an early stage. Hopefully I will be in a position to provide more clarity next month. In the meantime, we are hugely encouraged that both of these prospects sought us out unbidden. This is — we believe — the potential power of our value proposition.
https://medium.com/incent-loyalty-blog/incent-update-31-march-2017-676cb9539929

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May 29, 2017, 03:05:16 PM
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Thanks for the answer.
Yes investors should be comfortable with audit but we also want to see every details on our panel immediately, we want smooth process. And you  know that  Smiley
 

This is a tricky one, because if the blockchain API is not responding, you've got to find a workaround. I suppose that would involve storing more on local database.
The huge strength of the approach Incent has taken is that it's extremely secure: the blockchain is the ledger of balances, and deposits are not recorded centrally (I always wonder how many regular ICOs ended up with databases that were tampered with, or where the issuers just created a bunch of extra tokens at will). That does mean you have to be able to query the blockchain to get the data you need, though, which has resulted in these display bugs - and recently, there have been more issues with that than there would ever normally be. Just one of those things but it's unfortunate.
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May 29, 2017, 10:03:20 PM
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Glad to see that Incent team have a big progress with new ico's and merchants. Hope we will see a token price increase in the near future.

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June 04, 2017, 06:24:15 AM
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Link to latest monthly update: https://medium.com/incent-loyalty-blog/incent-update-may-2017-b586c6e2b956
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And here our update in full. Please, help us spread the word and share it on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KarlKarlsson_/status/871338736860180480

Incent update: May 2017

4 June 2017

G’day Cent’urions!

Without wishing to overstate it, this last month has been a watershed: a month where Incent moved from a project in-build to a commercial entity. And as we emerge from this period of intense operations it is cathartic for me (and hopefully of interest to you…!) to reflect on what has been learned and achieved along the way.

ICO Mania

At the beginning of 2017, when I first mooted our intention to roll Incent out to market on the back of the deposit technology we had built to execute our own crowdfund, some of you expressed concerns that it represented a departure from our core mission — from the project you had backed. My hope is that the last month has assuaged those concerns and provided some measure of proof that we were right to pursue this course of action.



As many of you will know ICOTech enabled two token crowd-sales in May, both of which exceeded expectations, raising a shade under $60 million between them. Consider for a moment this figure (which in volume terms is equal to the monthly revenue of a major global retail operation) and you will appreciate that from a standing start this has presented our infrastructure and technical team with the sternest of tests, particularly noting that both Waves and ERC20 tokens were accommodated for the first time.

So while both projects presented significant and differing technical challenges, I am satisfied with the way these challenges were negotiated, note that both have provided us with the technical feedback to take this product to the next level and — in the meantime—am pleased with the impact these activities have had on market demand for Incent.

As these operations wind down, we are taking care to capture and roll lessons identified into an application development plan which has, as its target, the realisation of our core product. What I mean to say by this is that I want us to get to a point where every time someone invests in a project through ICOTech, they are instantly on-boarded to the Incent mobile application, where they receive their Incent reward and can do something with it.

In the meantime we’ll continue to work with our infrastructure partners to render the platform and its various interfaces as robust as possible, to optimise both User and Client operator experiences. And believe me when I say that this is an investment well worth making because while I do not know how long it will last, the ICO market is booming and every exposure to it spreads awareness of Incent (over 10,000 new holders in May), demand for Incent, the means and imperative to improve our core infrastructure, a vehicle against which to role out our consumer wallet application and the profit potential to invest in our team.

So it’s all good…

We’re Growing

While prototype development during Q1 allowed us to run lean on in-house technical horsepower, this always had a half-life and last month our plans to augment our in-house technical horsepower came to fruition. I am pleased to announce that our Ethereum guru, Bok Khoo, has been joined by a Waves specialist in the form of Sergey Ischenko, direct from the core Waves team in Moscow. Further, we are joined by Nadia Begicheva (UX) and Matthew Geale (full stack), bringing our core technical team to 5.



Last but by no means least, Jins Kadouthodil has joined us in a consultancy role that both of us hope will grow into that of Incent’s Chief of Operations. Jins and I go back a bit professionally, having worked together on another project in 2013.



An IT specialist by education and top-flight management consultant by training and experience, Jins has been immersed in the local start-up scene for the last two years. I think he’s absolutely ideal for Incent. He’s already making a huge impact as we commercialise and I look forward to announcing his permanent tenure in the months to come.

What about Everything Else?

Basically, we continue to march forward on all fronts. With respect to core development:

  • ICOTech is already the subject of focussed optimisation aimed at improving reliability, UX and autonomy.
  • Blockswap will soon feel the love following the winding down of our recent ICO operations and will either be open-sourced or offered to interested parties under licence thereafter.
  • Jade Shyu is into the guts of App UX design work and we’re lining up the specialist development talent locally to integrate her output.
  • We’re conceptualising a redesign of our website to pull everything together under ‘one roof’.

With respect to Business Development, we are still pursuing relationships locally and the game changing opportunities that I spoke of last month, States-side. And on the organisational front, Jins is pulling together the various commercial, accountancy and compliance threads.

So what are your priorities?

Personally speaking I have two. Firstly, I want to take what we have learned from the last month and leverage it to develop the best ICO deposit technology on the market, then use that to entice the best projects into the Waves ecosphere. And I want us to continue to build awareness of and demand for Incent on the back of this effort. My rationale for this is straightforward; this is where the market is exploding, this is where we can provide the most support for Incent demand right now and this is the perfect high-tempo technical environment in which our core product will have to operate, and ought therefore to be developed and stress tested.

Secondly, I want us to continue to build a consumer wallet application so capable and intuitive that the benefits of partnering on our core loyalty product are obvious and explicit. The key here is an end-to-end solution that requires zero crypto knowledge to use, while offering mainstream consumers access to this exciting economy — and all its benefits. It’s not the work of a moment but I am confident that with the core infrastructure in place and the right talent engaged, we are lining things up to deliver a game-changing product, and I am excited to see the impact that this is going to have on demand for Incent, once we are in a position to release it into the wild.

On! On!

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June 05, 2017, 08:42:13 PM
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I bought Incent by the ico.
I writed waves address(3P4AjcUJMqnvqSrjUW8G22rk48gYzmwoabq) by incent ico panel.
But I can not recieve by waves.
Why?
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June 06, 2017, 09:48:25 AM
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I bought Incent by the ico.
I writed waves address(3P4AjcUJMqnvqSrjUW8G22rk48gYzmwoabq) by incent ico panel.
But I can not recieve by waves.
Why?
We are distributing manually. I put you on the list, should be done within the next few days.

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June 06, 2017, 09:57:00 AM
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I bought Incent by the ico.
I writed waves address(3P4AjcUJMqnvqSrjUW8G22rk48gYzmwoabq) by incent ico panel.
But I can not recieve by waves.
Why?
We are distributing manually. I put you on the list, should be done within the next few days.

I set Waves address (3PAtxq7jqDWWAfBTjAm7RVc2R2ZLPpxkbWK) more than 1 month ago but I didn't receive by Waves too...
Thank you
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June 06, 2017, 09:59:11 AM
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Incent ICOtech & Dual Blockchain Swap tech should be improved. Recent ICOs powered by incent ICOtech all run into one problem or another. First It was TokesPlatform in December. Next, Mobilego ICO was heavily hampered with frequent Ddos, Dashboard issues and a host of other issues. By the way, I'm not in any way saying Incent technologies is a BS. This is me being concerned about the improvement of the tech.

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June 06, 2017, 10:23:43 AM
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Incent ICOtech & Dual Blockchain Swap tech should be improved. Recent ICOs powered by incent ICOtech all run into one problem or another. First It was TokesPlatform in December. Next, Mobilego ICO was heavily hampered with frequent Ddos, Dashboard issues and a host of other issues. By the way, I'm not in any way saying Incent technologies is a BS. This is me being concerned about the improvement of the tech.

There was a discussion a while back in our Slack about this. Bottom line is that there are a lot of different moving parts (Waves, bitcoin, Ethereum blockchains, explorers and APIs, pricing services, database and frontend...) which work together, and a lot of different reasons for the various problems, but yes - we're continually learning and improving the tech. Not going to say it won't ever be hit by another problem, but we are doing our utmost to ensure that it will be a different problem.
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June 08, 2017, 07:30:59 PM
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Hello
I want send incent from wallet to exchange but I need small amount of waves to can make transaction 
If someone want donate 0.001 waves my addres is 1W3PHmtgC4EPhCvXsPydtc6EnVx2qjbJVXhze
Thank you

If you need small amount of waves, its better to buy at bittrex
https://bittrex.com/Market/Index?MarketName=BTC-WAVES

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Yes please ..Much love to Blockswap. It needs it to get ICO's to the next level. If you open source Blockswap be sure its still supported by ICOTech


And here our update in full. Please, help us spread the word and share it on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KarlKarlsson_/status/871338736860180480

Incent update: May 2017

4 June 2017

G’day Cent’urions!

Without wishing to overstate it, this last month has been a watershed: a month where Incent moved from a project in-build to a commercial entity. And as we emerge from this period of intense operations it is cathartic for me (and hopefully of interest to you…!) to reflect on what has been learned and achieved along the way.

ICO Mania

At the beginning of 2017, when I first mooted our intention to roll Incent out to market on the back of the deposit technology we had built to execute our own crowdfund, some of you expressed concerns that it represented a departure from our core mission — from the project you had backed. My hope is that the last month has assuaged those concerns and provided some measure of proof that we were right to pursue this course of action.

http://i.imgur.com/ipm04jj.png

As many of you will know ICOTech enabled two token crowd-sales in May, both of which exceeded expectations, raising a shade under $60 million between them. Consider for a moment this figure (which in volume terms is equal to the monthly revenue of a major global retail operation) and you will appreciate that from a standing start this has presented our infrastructure and technical team with the sternest of tests, particularly noting that both Waves and ERC20 tokens were accommodated for the first time.

So while both projects presented significant and differing technical challenges, I am satisfied with the way these challenges were negotiated, note that both have provided us with the technical feedback to take this product to the next level and — in the meantime—am pleased with the impact these activities have had on market demand for Incent.

As these operations wind down, we are taking care to capture and roll lessons identified into an application development plan which has, as its target, the realisation of our core product. What I mean to say by this is that I want us to get to a point where every time someone invests in a project through ICOTech, they are instantly on-boarded to the Incent mobile application, where they receive their Incent reward and can do something with it.

In the meantime we’ll continue to work with our infrastructure partners to render the platform and its various interfaces as robust as possible, to optimise both User and Client operator experiences. And believe me when I say that this is an investment well worth making because while I do not know how long it will last, the ICO market is booming and every exposure to it spreads awareness of Incent (over 10,000 new holders in May), demand for Incent, the means and imperative to improve our core infrastructure, a vehicle against which to role out our consumer wallet application and the profit potential to invest in our team.

So it’s all good…

We’re Growing

While prototype development during Q1 allowed us to run lean on in-house technical horsepower, this always had a half-life and last month our plans to augment our in-house technical horsepower came to fruition. I am pleased to announce that our Ethereum guru, Bok Khoo, has been joined by a Waves specialist in the form of Sergey Ischenko, direct from the core Waves team in Moscow. Further, we are joined by Nadia Begicheva (UX) and Matthew Geale (full stack), bringing our core technical team to 5.

http://i.imgur.com/gnHxQUz.png

Last but by no means least, Jins Kadouthodil has joined us in a consultancy role that both of us hope will grow into that of Incent’s Chief of Operations. Jins and I go back a bit professionally, having worked together on another project in 2013.

http://i.imgur.com/5SPtudr.png

An IT specialist by education and top-flight management consultant by training and experience, Jins has been immersed in the local start-up scene for the last two years. I think he’s absolutely ideal for Incent. He’s already making a huge impact as we commercialise and I look forward to announcing his permanent tenure in the months to come.

What about Everything Else?

Basically, we continue to march forward on all fronts. With respect to core development:

  • ICOTech is already the subject of focussed optimisation aimed at improving reliability, UX and autonomy.
  • Blockswap will soon feel the love following the winding down of our recent ICO operations and will either be open-sourced or offered to interested parties under licence thereafter.
  • Jade Shyu is into the guts of App UX design work and we’re lining up the specialist development talent locally to integrate her output.
  • We’re conceptualising a redesign of our website to pull everything together under ‘one roof’.

With respect to Business Development, we are still pursuing relationships locally and the game changing opportunities that I spoke of last month, States-side. And on the organisational front, Jins is pulling together the various commercial, accountancy and compliance threads.

So what are your priorities?

Personally speaking I have two. Firstly, I want to take what we have learned from the last month and leverage it to develop the best ICO deposit technology on the market, then use that to entice the best projects into the Waves ecosphere. And I want us to continue to build awareness of and demand for Incent on the back of this effort. My rationale for this is straightforward; this is where the market is exploding, this is where we can provide the most support for Incent demand right now and this is the perfect high-tempo technical environment in which our core product will have to operate, and ought therefore to be developed and stress tested.

Secondly, I want us to continue to build a consumer wallet application so capable and intuitive that the benefits of partnering on our core loyalty product are obvious and explicit. The key here is an end-to-end solution that requires zero crypto knowledge to use, while offering mainstream consumers access to this exciting economy — and all its benefits. It’s not the work of a moment but I am confident that with the core infrastructure in place and the right talent engaged, we are lining things up to deliver a game-changing product, and I am excited to see the impact that this is going to have on demand for Incent, once we are in a position to release it into the wild.

On! On!

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June 09, 2017, 08:00:18 AM
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Yes please ..Much love to Blockswap. It needs it to get ICO's to the next level. If you open source Blockswap be sure its still supported by ICOTech


EncryptoTel and MobileGo will already be running versions of BlockSwap independently. I'm not sure about RiptoBux, but I think there's a plan to do the same. And doubtless there will be many others. Obviously we will keep maintaining it because Incent itself still uses it.
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Yes please ..Much love to Blockswap. It needs it to get ICO's to the next level. If you open source Blockswap be sure its still supported by ICOTech


EncryptoTel and MobileGo will already be running versions of BlockSwap independently. I'm not sure about RiptoBux, but I think there's a plan to do the same. And doubtless there will be many others. Obviously we will keep maintaining it because Incent itself still uses it.

As I understand the BlockSwap technology helps some tokens get in some exchanges that doesn't want Waves tokens but Ethereum. If that is true it helps a lot Waves community.



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