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September 13, 2017, 03:37:24 AM
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I got the $IDEA token by holding $MBRS from Embermine.com

Token Smart Contract: https://etherscan.io/token/0x814cafd4782d2e728170fda68257983f03321c58

There is 100 million token supply of this token and it is currently trading only on EtherDelta https://etherdelta.com/#IDEA-ETH

These are some of the info about IDEA that I gathered from their telegram group

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One way I look at idea token is that it's a community brainstorming platform. Quora is for getting answers for specific inquiries, idea token will let you explore, shape, and share ideas with the community with a built in tokenized incentive structure that doubles as a metric for interest in the idea.

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The "IDEA Incubator" is like a mass idea mosh pit where everyone contributes to the idea as it grows.

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It can also be a precursor to a project developed on the Embermine platform. You could use it to generate interest in a project before development. Can also find collaborators within the community. Cool testing ground for what you want to do or create. Or what someone else could create. Send an idea out like casting a fishing line and wait to it attracts the right people to help it grow. Or it could simply be fun brainstorming

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IDEA can also be a way of recognizing the original owner of the IDEA, since its immortalized in the blockchain, the original IDEA creator will always be on record.

They have a Telegram group - https://t.me/IdeaToken

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