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August 14, 2017, 11:22:41 PM

Just wondering what people go about starting either a coin or an ico to build my idea. I dont want to launch an ico with nothing in place so just wondering what I should start with and how far along I should be to launch an ico. My idea is unique to the cryptocurrency world and could serve a purpose for every day lifestyles and wouldnt want to give up information about it to people I dont know and get screwed like mark zuckerberg supposedly did which is possible even when working in same location but lessens any chance. My idea would either use popular currencies in a special made wallet or run its own blockchain. I live in New England area in the us which is another issue I am assuming with the ICO. Please any advice be appreciated or if anyone around my location want to make a difference in this game that knows how to code much better then me. Right now I dont have much time to spend teaching myself all the advance coding with 6 kids and a needy wife all while going to work 6 days a week to only have enough money to pay for our house and bills, time to do something with my life and I dont want to miss the chance that so many people are taking.

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August 14, 2017, 11:36:24 PM

Think about the basic assumptions in your idea and the basic principles that they're based on. Then you can ask people about them without worrying that someone will take your idea. Though worth noting that it's more likely that no one will care than someone actually stealing your idea
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