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Author Topic: When is "real capital" or Wall Street going to put out a real ICO?  (Read 129 times)
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July 07, 2017, 04:28:49 PM
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ICOs are all the rage now.

You used to have something tangible like a working product or a service to present to the world before expecting someone to reward you financially.
It is the other way around now.

Couple lines of copy-paste code, disrupting buzzwords, a roadmap to the moon and a huge cheek to rob the ignorant crowds with promises of world-changing technologies.

Does anybody think that after huge disappointments, wasted pocketmoney, failed buy-lambo 3 days after ICO schemes there will come a time where things will revert to its natural order namely:

1. work hard on something that has value
2. put your time and money into it
3. build a usable product

and than ask investors to chime in?

Something where Wall Street would put reasonable money in (not EOS or Tezos sums) expecting to sell it at 10 times gains?

BTW my roadmap for Q2 2017:
1. day trade altcoins with a minimum of 0.78 BTC daily profit
2. screw Giselle Bundchen
3. lose 20 pounds
4. give up beer

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