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June 08, 2017, 08:36:00 PM
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Like to get feedback from the group on a potential ICO. 

Project Description:
People are using our platform to broadcast live online radio shows and broadcast prerecorded podcast episodes.

Issue
Figuring out what role blockchain technology is playing in our project.  I can see blockchain technology being used in the following ways:
1. Hold equity ownership
2. Buy products/services
3. Pay Hosts to create content
4. Pay for storage and bandwidth/phone credits
5. Purchase apps
6. Sale of tokens based on number of comments written
7. Incentivize Hosts, developers, and investors

We’re in beta, but we currently have 700 people registered on the site and 266 people who are either broadcasting live online radio shows or broadcasting prerecorded podcast episodes.

The funds raised in the ICO would go to speeding up development and accelerate our growth.

Anyway, I’m open to hearing any advice and feedback.  Maybe an ICO is a bad idea, who knows.  I have pretty thick skin so anything said won’t offend.
 
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June 10, 2017, 07:33:05 AM
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I think one project you could look into to see how it could maybe be done is Reddcoin but with your options of ICO maybe. I think for your product it is very important to get the people to spend the coins + don't make them see it as a real valuable thing --- so what I could suggest is to get your core users on the train and make them enter the ico and then they get the possibility to share and create the coins maybe earlier than others - so this could create a rewarding environment where the word could spread easily

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June 10, 2017, 07:50:32 AM
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Like to get feedback from the group on a potential ICO. 

Project Description:
People are using our platform to broadcast live online radio shows and broadcast prerecorded podcast episodes.

Issue
Figuring out what role blockchain technology is playing in our project.  I can see blockchain technology being used in the following ways:
1. Hold equity ownership
2. Buy products/services
3. Pay Hosts to create content
4. Pay for storage and bandwidth/phone credits
5. Purchase apps
6. Sale of tokens based on number of comments written
7. Incentivize Hosts, developers, and investors

We’re in beta, but we currently have 700 people registered on the site and 266 people who are either broadcasting live online radio shows or broadcasting prerecorded podcast episodes.

The funds raised in the ICO would go to speeding up development and accelerate our growth.

Anyway, I’m open to hearing any advice and feedback.  Maybe an ICO is a bad idea, who knows.  I have pretty thick skin so anything said won’t offend.
 
TIA...

Indiegogo does not provide ICO like tools so you should probably forget about it and just make an ICO unless you can take some features from Indiegogo and add them to your ICO.

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June 12, 2017, 04:19:55 AM
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Thanks for the feedback.  Interesting idea.  I'll definitely check out Reddcoin and see what they did.

I was thinking about rewarding our core users for creating content.

I think one project you could look into to see how it could maybe be done is Reddcoin but with your options of ICO maybe. I think for your product it is very important to get the people to spend the coins + don't make them see it as a real valuable thing --- so what I could suggest is to get your core users on the train and make them enter the ico and then they get the possibility to share and create the coins maybe earlier than others - so this could create a rewarding environment where the word could spread easily
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June 12, 2017, 12:23:00 PM
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Thanks for replying.  I was actually thinking of doing one over the other. 

Like to get feedback from the group on a potential ICO. 

Project Description:
People are using our platform to broadcast live online radio shows and broadcast prerecorded podcast episodes.

Issue
Figuring out what role blockchain technology is playing in our project.  I can see blockchain technology being used in the following ways:
1. Hold equity ownership
2. Buy products/services
3. Pay Hosts to create content
4. Pay for storage and bandwidth/phone credits
5. Purchase apps
6. Sale of tokens based on number of comments written
7. Incentivize Hosts, developers, and investors

We’re in beta, but we currently have 700 people registered on the site and 266 people who are either broadcasting live online radio shows or broadcasting prerecorded podcast episodes.

The funds raised in the ICO would go to speeding up development and accelerate our growth.

Anyway, I’m open to hearing any advice and feedback.  Maybe an ICO is a bad idea, who knows.  I have pretty thick skin so anything said won’t offend.
 
TIA...

Indiegogo does not provide ICO like tools so you should probably forget about it and just make an ICO unless you can take some features from Indiegogo and add them to your ICO.
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