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Author Topic: ▶️🔥▶️[ANN]PLAY. Proof-of-PLAY |MINING-ENDED|DONATION-ENDED| STAY TUNED ▶️🔥▶️  (Read 14515 times)
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September 05, 2018, 02:40:35 PM

After abandoning people of your old project (play) do you really think anyone trusts you and join your project?

You can also abandon this one and start a brand new project again. have more then 35 people 5 of them where involved in the art project
play4privacy that did allow people play GO visible on the outside of a famous museum in graz
where all the logic was done on ethereum blockchain

additional to an art and proof of concept non profit project it was also a
education and promotion project for privacy and blockchain

all this goals where fullfiled the project is not abandoned but finished

the people who played GO got free tokens for each play turn they made
and if someone want to repeat a similar  art project using our play4privacy software
he would have to buy such tokens to be able order such a project from us any paying with the tokens
now some guys speculated on this wrote bots and played a month GO while the event was avtive
and now hoping to be able sell their free to them given tokens

let me tell u one thing

if u want this tokens get value i would tell people how this was a cool
art project and that u know the software can be licenced for similar projects
by pay in ply tokens

if u dont u abandoned the project not we
because we are ready to repeat the project
to give your free tokens value

the project is a total different kind of beast
we not creating a single purpose art project
we create a infrastructure to be able handle what a blockchain
must be able to handle to serve millions of users and thousands of projects running on top

Perhaps the developers realized their mistake? They should understand that if a group of developers works under the same roof, then they will share the trust of the community among themselves.
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