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Author Topic: [ANN][Pre-ICO]Nousplatform - Platform for decentralized investment funds  (Read 17621 times)
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December 11, 2017, 04:31:57 PM
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I like your project, seems like it has a future. What's the soft cap did you choose, i didn't find any info. Thanks
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December 11, 2017, 04:53:47 PM
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Maybe the real data does not change, so you did not see any big changes in their indications.
Yes, most likely it is. It would be interesting to look at the purse address for investment. There, we definitely can watch the latest information.
Finally, we understood each other. I always like to consider the primary information. As an investor I like to count, analyze, draw conclusions. And I do not always agree with things that are obvious to the remaining 90% of people. For example, I believe that the investment time in bitcoin has long since passed, although it is growing. Now again the time of altcoins.

                                 ДЕЛАЮ ПОДПИСИ ДЛЯ ICO, ВСЕ РАНГИ от 50$
                                                                Продвижение вашего ICO. Эффективно. Легально.
                                                   https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2141509.0
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December 11, 2017, 05:41:45 PM
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Main challenges of the Industry
• Limited accessibility for the small Investor
• Complicated bureaucracy for the deposit and withdrawal of
the money
• High Commissions and Fees
• Intermediaries (Brokers, Banks etc.)
• Lack of reliable statistical data
• Language barrier
• Fraud/Scam
• Limited diversification of small portfolios
Info from yor light paper.
I want to talk about the first line. But in the sense of almost exactly the opposite.
It seems to me that now when investing in crypto-currency assets, it's just the big difficulties for large investors. A thousand dollars are easy to invest in any crypto currency, but a million is much more complicated. Not all exchanges at one time "digest" such a sum. Plus from such a transaction, the exchange rate of the purchased currency will increase if there is not enough liquidity. Have you considered such problems when you came up with your investment system?

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December 11, 2017, 06:25:17 PM
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I do not know. Disliking profiteers. They do not care which way to swing the price, so many people lose money because of them.

This is the problem of people who are amenable to the general mood in the market. In fact, they are the same speculators who drive the price in some direction. A normal investor evaluates the project buys its tokens and waits for global events and global market changes. Small or even large but short-term price changes are uninteresting to him. Who works seriously are interested in serious scales.
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December 11, 2017, 06:59:13 PM
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I do not know. Disliking profiteers. They do not care which way to swing the price, so many people lose money because of them.

This is the problem of people who are amenable to the general mood in the market. In fact, they are the same speculators who drive the price in some direction. A normal investor evaluates the project buys its tokens and waits for global events and global market changes. Small or even large but short-term price changes are uninteresting to him. Who works seriously are interested in serious scales.
It may be so, but not all can keep waiting when a drawdown of the asset price of 80-90%. If an asset is pledged and a loan is received for it, then if the price decreases, it must be sold automatically. I do not know how things stand in the light of the crypto currency, but with ordinary assets it works like this. Plus, many funds have a limit on the risk they take. That is, if the asset is sharply cheaper, then it is considered as risky and therefore is removed from the portfolio. So in the above cases, speculators behave like pests.

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December 11, 2017, 10:42:14 PM
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the pre-sale its going slow , what do you guys think?
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