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September 23, 2018, 08:03:57 PM
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Could you tell me if this is the same coin which is this topic about:
https://wallet.bitshares.org//#/market/INCENT_BTS I bought some last January Sad now I see no orders, no volume
 :|   anyway it is on big loss now

There is not going to be much activity on that exchange in terms of Incent.  It was once the first exchange to list Incent, after the token was first created.   I would suggest that you look at Bittrex instead.   Also, it was simply very bad luck for anyone to have bought almost anything in crypto in early January.   That is a general fact, and is not strictly related to Incent.  
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September 23, 2018, 10:17:53 PM
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Could you tell me if this is the same coin which is this topic about:
https://wallet.bitshares.org//#/market/INCENT_BTS I bought some last January Sad now I see no orders, no volume
 :|   anyway it is on big loss now

There is not going to be much activity on that exchange in terms of Incent.  It was once the first exchange to list Incent, after the token was first created.   I would suggest that you look at Bittrex instead.   Also, it was simply very bad luck for anyone to have bought almost anything in crypto in early January.   That is a general fact, and is not strictly related to Incent.   
Ok, so how is Incent Loyalty project performing itself?
There is not so much interest in this thread  Huh
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September 23, 2018, 10:37:42 PM
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Incent would be an example of a project that has largely moved away from using Bitcointalk on a regular basis.   The only reason that I spotted your message was because Incent has a BitcoinTalk thread in their Slack that posts the text of new replies.  Incent's latest tweet is in fact an invitation to join their Slack.   

https://twitter.com/IncentLoyalty/status/1043643637081485312
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September 24, 2018, 07:20:26 AM
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Incent would be an example of a project that has largely moved away from using Bitcointalk on a regular basis.   The only reason that I spotted your message was because Incent has a BitcoinTalk thread in their Slack that posts the text of new replies.  Incent's latest tweet is in fact an invitation to join their Slack.   

https://twitter.com/IncentLoyalty/status/1043643637081485312

Exactly. We have (fortunately) moved away from bct so if you have questions, ask on Slack. It may take a while longer for posts here to be answered.
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October 04, 2018, 03:49:42 PM
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Can I ask if the toolbar will still work?
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October 04, 2018, 05:28:58 PM
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Incent would be an example of a project that has largely moved away from using Bitcointalk on a regular basis.   The only reason that I spotted your message was because Incent has a BitcoinTalk thread in their Slack that posts the text of new replies.  Incent's latest tweet is in fact an invitation to join their Slack.   

https://twitter.com/IncentLoyalty/status/1043643637081485312

Exactly. We have (fortunately) moved away from bct so if you have questions, ask on Slack. It may take a while longer for posts here to be answered.
Thanks for clarifying this one out. In the past, I've been wondering why it takes so much time before you reply to any inquiry here int Bitcointalk but now that you've clarified it, I guess, I should move out to Slack also and monitor your updates from there.

Just wanted to check if you still have the Slack invite for your team? I changed my phone and deleted all of my messaging apps. Really having a hard time now to setup all of those. It would really be appreciated if you could throw the invite here. Thanks.  Wink
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October 05, 2018, 07:14:43 AM
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Incent would be an example of a project that has largely moved away from using Bitcointalk on a regular basis.   The only reason that I spotted your message was because Incent has a BitcoinTalk thread in their Slack that posts the text of new replies.  Incent's latest tweet is in fact an invitation to join their Slack.   

https://twitter.com/IncentLoyalty/status/1043643637081485312

Exactly. We have (fortunately) moved away from bct so if you have questions, ask on Slack. It may take a while longer for posts here to be answered.
Thanks for clarifying this one out. In the past, I've been wondering why it takes so much time before you reply to any inquiry here int Bitcointalk but now that you've clarified it, I guess, I should move out to Slack also and monitor your updates from there.

Just wanted to check if you still have the Slack invite for your team? I changed my phone and deleted all of my messaging apps. Really having a hard time now to setup all of those. It would really be appreciated if you could throw the invite here. Thanks.  Wink

It should be on our website or at the beginning of this thread. See you there!
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October 29, 2018, 08:06:39 PM
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Some very big news for Incent just out:

https://twitter.com/IncentLoyalty/status/1056997268136648705

https://www.itwire.com/home-it/85094-aussie-cryptocurrency-incent-and-esports-company-gfinity-bring-blockchain-to-gaming.html

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October 29, 2018, 08:10:52 PM
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Aussie tech start-up Incent teams with Gfinity Esports Australia to bring blockchain to video gaming

SYDNEY, Australia: October 30, 2018 - Australian tech start-up Incent has partnered with league leader Gfinity Esports Australia to build the world’s first live broadcasting rewards platform powered by cryptocurrency and blockchain technology, now poised to disrupt the world of online gaming.

Esports is a fast-growing, global phenomenon which can see live crowds in the tens of thousands, and millions more tuning in online to watch the world’s best video gamers battle it out for prestige, professional prize money and even national pride.

New and existing Australian fans watching the Gfinity Elite Series presented by Alienware will now have their time and levels of engagement rewarded with an innovative new, tradeable cryptocurrency (INCNT).

Incent co-founder and CEO, Rob Wilson, said the deal is the culmination of two years’ hard work developing a truly scalable, world-class digital currency platform that is simple, flexible and secure to use.

“This is a massive opportunity for Incent to plug in to one of the world’s fastest-growing communities and introduce it to a completely unique, simple and frictionless means of acquiring a tradable digital currency that is theirs to keep, and does not expire. This is the first ever mass-market application for crypto in Australia – if not the world – and we’ll be putting crypto into the hands of tens of thousands of new users as a result of this one partnership alone.”

Incent runs on the Waves blockchain, which has been lauded for being able to handle vastly larger transaction volumes than the Bitcoin or Ethereum blockchains, for dramatically less cost, while also boasting best-practice security capabilities.

According to Dominic Remond, CEO Gfinity Esports Australia, Incent is the ideal platform to help it drive deeper engagement with its already tech-savvy audiences, while yielding valuable data and insights to inform marketing and broadcast programming.

“Esports and blockchain are a natural fit and we look forward to working with Incent at the vanguard of this exciting new trend in entertainment and sport, where fans and players will be able to interact and share value in an entirely new way,” Remond added.

Founded in Sydney late 2016, Incent built the world’s first crypto-based engagement and rewards platform and Australia’s first cryptocurrency: INCNT.

There are currently over 5,000 individual members signed up to the platform to earn INCNT from close to 400 merchants. Incent expects this number will grow on the back of the deal announced today.

Gfinity Esports Australia was established by HT&E Events and Gfinity Plc, in August 2017, to launch Australia’s first city-based franchise league, the Elite Series presented by Alienware.

According to the Interactive Games and Entertainment Association’s (IGEA) Digital Australia 2018 Report 67% of Australians play video games, and almost half (47%) are women. And while video games were once considered just for kids, the average age of an Australian gamer today is 34. A third of Australian gamers report they have watched esports, of which 10% watch to follow an esports team, with 52% tuning in to watch the best in action and learn tips to improve their own gaming skills.

About Incent
Incent is a rewards platform hosted on the Waves blockchain network. The initiative was launched in 2016 and the Incent token (Symbol: INCNT), Australia’s first cryptocurrency was created shortly afterwards. In January 2018, Incent launched its toolbar, a Chrome extension that rewarded users for browsing the web. In May Incent launched its online Marketplace, enabling customers to earn INCNT as they shop online with hundreds of affiliated merchants. Most recently Incent unveiled technology
that makes it possible for users to be rewarded seamlessly by shopping directly at partner merchants, online or in-store.

For more information about Incent visit: https://www.incentloyalty.com/

For more information about Gfinity Esports Australia visit: www.gfinityesports.com.au
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October 30, 2018, 03:52:18 PM
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Very excited about this partnership. There is lots of potential as the product is easily portable to other events/streams. Looking forward to seeing it in action very soon!

Don't forget to spread the word: https://twitter.com/KarlKarlsson_/status/1057297616684437505  Smiley

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November 19, 2018, 04:30:54 AM
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Incent would be an example of a project that has largely moved away from using Bitcointalk on a regular basis.   The only reason that I spotted your message was because Incent has a BitcoinTalk thread in their Slack that posts the text of new replies.  Incent's latest tweet is in fact an invitation to join their Slack.   

https://twitter.com/IncentLoyalty/status/1043643637081485312

Exactly. We have (fortunately) moved away from bct so if you have questions, ask on Slack. It may take a while longer for posts here to be answered.
Thanks for clarifying this one out. In the past, I've been wondering why it takes so much time before you reply to any inquiry here int Bitcointalk but now that you've clarified it, I guess, I should move out to Slack also and monitor your updates from there.

Just wanted to check if you still have the Slack invite for your team? I changed my phone and deleted all of my messaging apps. Really having a hard time now to setup all of those. It would really be appreciated if you could throw the invite here. Thanks.  Wink

It should be on our website or at the beginning of this thread. See you there!
You can also get updates on the project on Medium https://medium.com/incent-loyalty-blog and on the website hosted blog. https://blog.incentloyalty.com/
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December 18, 2018, 05:55:16 AM
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Hello @Admin,
Good project with good concept, I have read about you and some similar projects of you, I find that DigitalBits is one of the tough competitor of you. So My question is how you are going to deal with them? What will be your steps to tackle DigitalBits?
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December 18, 2018, 08:29:08 PM
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Hello @Admin,
Good project with good concept, I have read about you and some similar projects of you, I find that DigitalBits is one of the tough competitor of you. So My question is how you are going to deal with them? What will be your steps to tackle DigitalBits?

Feel free to read our blog to find out how we're distinctive.
More broadly, we don't need to compete against other projects. It's a big pie and lots of opportunities exist. Plus the businesses we talk to really like our model already!
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December 21, 2018, 07:21:39 AM
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Hello @Admin,
Good project with good concept, I have read about you and some similar projects of you, I find that DigitalBits is one of the tough competitor of you. So My question is how you are going to deal with them? What will be your steps to tackle DigitalBits?

Feel free to read our blog to find out how we're distinctive.
More broadly, we don't need to compete against other projects. It's a big pie and lots of opportunities exist. Plus the businesses we talk to really like our model already!
This Project is really one of the best project, This Project tokens are more profitable, So my question is how you will compete the DigitalBits Project as they are coming with ICO in near future on loyalty and rewards by using blockchain.
DigitalBits has advantage of that they are cracking partnerships with big brands. What your thoughts...
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December 22, 2018, 03:54:41 PM
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Hello @Admin,
Good project with good concept, I have read about you and some similar projects of you, I find that DigitalBits is one of the tough competitor of you. So My question is how you are going to deal with them? What will be your steps to tackle DigitalBits?

Feel free to read our blog to find out how we're distinctive.
More broadly, we don't need to compete against other projects. It's a big pie and lots of opportunities exist. Plus the businesses we talk to really like our model already!
This Project is really one of the best project, This Project tokens are more profitable, So my question is how you will compete the DigitalBits Project as they are coming with ICO in near future on loyalty and rewards by using blockchain.
DigitalBits has advantage of that they are cracking partnerships with big brands. What your thoughts...

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