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Author Topic: [ANN][ICO] 🌎 TOKENBOX 🌎 - Ecosystem for crypto investors, funds and traders  (Read 61327 times)
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November 21, 2017, 07:05:07 AM
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What types of funds will this platform support?
as far as I know it will be investment funds with active portfolio management. Index funds, including with a traded token on the exchange
and funds following active trading strategies
These are all crypto-currency funds?
In the sense of?
I mean funds with crypto-currency assets?
Well, actually, yes
In addition to crypto-currency funds, developers also plan to open other types of funds
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November 21, 2017, 07:05:16 AM
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What types of funds will this platform support?
as far as I know it will be investment funds with active portfolio management. Index funds, including with a traded token on the exchange
and funds following active trading strategies
These are all crypto-currency funds?
In the sense of?
I mean funds with crypto-currency assets?
Well, actually, yes
In addition to crypto-currency funds, developers also plan to open other types of funds
What are these funds?
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November 21, 2017, 07:05:27 AM
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What types of funds will this platform support?
as far as I know it will be investment funds with active portfolio management. Index funds, including with a traded token on the exchange
and funds following active trading strategies
These are all crypto-currency funds?
In the sense of?
I mean funds with crypto-currency assets?
Well, actually, yes
In addition to crypto-currency funds, developers also plan to open other types of funds
What are these funds?
Such funds as: closed real estate funds, conservative investment funds, hedge funds, private equity funds, and others
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November 21, 2017, 07:05:44 AM
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What types of funds will this platform support?
as far as I know it will be investment funds with active portfolio management. Index funds, including with a traded token on the exchange
and funds following active trading strategies
These are all crypto-currency funds?
In the sense of?
I mean funds with crypto-currency assets?
Well, actually, yes
In addition to crypto-currency funds, developers also plan to open other types of funds
What are these funds?
Such funds as: closed real estate funds, conservative investment funds, hedge funds, private equity funds, and others
Wait, this is only in the plans, but the developers did not promise that the funds of such types will be represented on the Tokenbox.
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November 21, 2017, 07:06:05 AM
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What types of funds will this platform support?
as far as I know it will be investment funds with active portfolio management. Index funds, including with a traded token on the exchange
and funds following active trading strategies
These are all crypto-currency funds?
In the sense of?
I mean funds with crypto-currency assets?
Well, actually, yes
In addition to crypto-currency funds, developers also plan to open other types of funds
What are these funds?
Such funds as: closed real estate funds, conservative investment funds, hedge funds, private equity funds, and others
Wait, this is only in the plans, but the developers did not promise that the funds of such types will be represented on the Tokenbox.
And I do not see any obstacles to opening such funds. The blockchain of technology is actively developing. Tokenization of real assets is not such a distant prospect as it seems to me.
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November 21, 2017, 07:06:25 AM
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What types of funds will this platform support?
as far as I know it will be investment funds with active portfolio management. Index funds, including with a traded token on the exchange
and funds following active trading strategies
These are all crypto-currency funds?
In the sense of?
I mean funds with crypto-currency assets?
Well, actually, yes
In addition to crypto-currency funds, developers also plan to open other types of funds
What are these funds?
Such funds as: closed real estate funds, conservative investment funds, hedge funds, private equity funds, and others
Wait, this is only in the plans, but the developers did not promise that the funds of such types will be represented on the Tokenbox.
And I do not see any obstacles to opening such funds. The blockchain of technology is actively developing. Tokenization of real assets is not such a distant prospect as it seems to me.
First you need to wait for the project to start, while we can only talk about it and no more.
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November 21, 2017, 07:06:43 AM
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What types of funds will this platform support?
as far as I know it will be investment funds with active portfolio management. Index funds, including with a traded token on the exchange
and funds following active trading strategies
These are all crypto-currency funds?
In the sense of?
I mean funds with crypto-currency assets?
Well, actually, yes
In addition to crypto-currency funds, developers also plan to open other types of funds
What are these funds?
Such funds as: closed real estate funds, conservative investment funds, hedge funds, private equity funds, and others
Wait, this is only in the plans, but the developers did not promise that the funds of such types will be represented on the Tokenbox.
And I do not see any obstacles to opening such funds. The blockchain of technology is actively developing. Tokenization of real assets is not such a distant prospect as it seems to me.
First you need to wait for the project to start, while we can only talk about it and no more.
First of all, you need to make sure the tokensale is successful! And then you can already talk about launching the platform
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November 21, 2017, 07:07:06 AM
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What types of funds will this platform support?
as far as I know it will be investment funds with active portfolio management. Index funds, including with a traded token on the exchange
and funds following active trading strategies
These are all crypto-currency funds?
In the sense of?
I mean funds with crypto-currency assets?
Well, actually, yes
In addition to crypto-currency funds, developers also plan to open other types of funds
What are these funds?
Such funds as: closed real estate funds, conservative investment funds, hedge funds, private equity funds, and others
Wait, this is only in the plans, but the developers did not promise that the funds of such types will be represented on the Tokenbox.
And I do not see any obstacles to opening such funds. The blockchain of technology is actively developing. Tokenization of real assets is not such a distant prospect as it seems to me.
First you need to wait for the project to start, while we can only talk about it and no more.
First of all, you need to make sure the tokensale is successful! And then you can already talk about launching the platform
do you think there will be any problems with this?
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November 21, 2017, 07:09:30 AM
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What types of funds will this platform support?
as far as I know it will be investment funds with active portfolio management. Index funds, including with a traded token on the exchange
and funds following active trading strategies
These are all crypto-currency funds?
In the sense of?
I mean funds with crypto-currency assets?
Well, actually, yes
In addition to crypto-currency funds, developers also plan to open other types of funds
What are these funds?
Such funds as: closed real estate funds, conservative investment funds, hedge funds, private equity funds, and others
Wait, this is only in the plans, but the developers did not promise that the funds of such types will be represented on the Tokenbox.
And I do not see any obstacles to opening such funds. The blockchain of technology is actively developing. Tokenization of real assets is not such a distant prospect as it seems to me.
First you need to wait for the project to start, while we can only talk about it and no more.
First of all, you need to make sure the tokensale is successful! And then you can already talk about launching the platform
do you think there will be any problems with this?
I do not think so! The project looks very confident and competitive
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November 21, 2017, 07:10:43 AM
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Will they work with fiat currency?
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November 21, 2017, 07:19:42 AM
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Will they work with fiat currency?
What exactly do you mean?
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November 21, 2017, 07:19:54 AM
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Will they work with fiat currency?
What exactly do you mean?
Can I invest in a fiat currency or just a cash register?
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November 21, 2017, 07:20:07 AM
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Will they work with fiat currency?
What exactly do you mean?
Can I invest in a fiat currency or just a cash register?
do you mean tokensale or funds on the tokenbox platform?
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November 21, 2017, 07:20:27 AM
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Will they work with fiat currency?
What exactly do you mean?
Can I invest in a fiat currency or just a cash register?
do you mean tokensale or funds on the tokenbox platform?
Both of these things
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November 21, 2017, 07:22:06 AM
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Will they work with fiat currency?
What exactly do you mean?
Can I invest in a fiat currency or just a cash register?
do you mean tokensale or funds on the tokenbox platform?
Both of these things
At the TGE stage, you can invest in ETH and the BTC currency
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November 21, 2017, 07:31:00 AM
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Will they work with fiat currency?
What exactly do you mean?
Can I invest in a fiat currency or just a cash register?
do you mean tokensale or funds on the tokenbox platform?
Both of these things
At the TGE stage, you can invest in ETH and the BTC currency
But I read about the opportunity to invest in fiat. When can I do this?
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November 21, 2017, 07:32:18 AM
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Will they work with fiat currency?
What exactly do you mean?
Can I invest in a fiat currency or just a cash register?
do you mean tokensale or funds on the tokenbox platform?
Both of these things
At the TGE stage, you can invest in ETH and the BTC currency
But I read about the opportunity to invest in fiat. When can I do this?
This was a question of funds that will operate on the basis of a tokenbox platform. These funds will work with all types of currency.
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November 21, 2017, 07:34:22 AM
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Will they work with fiat currency?
What exactly do you mean?
Can I invest in a fiat currency or just a cash register?
do you mean tokensale or funds on the tokenbox platform?
Both of these things
At the TGE stage, you can invest in ETH and the BTC currency
But I read about the opportunity to invest in fiat. When can I do this?
This was a question of funds that will operate on the basis of a tokenbox platform. These funds will work with all types of currency.
But why exactly? What prevents me from accepting fiat money now?
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November 21, 2017, 07:35:18 AM
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Will they work with fiat currency?
What exactly do you mean?
Can I invest in a fiat currency or just a cash register?
do you mean tokensale or funds on the tokenbox platform?
Both of these things
At the TGE stage, you can invest in ETH and the BTC currency
But I read about the opportunity to invest in fiat. When can I do this?
This was a question of funds that will operate on the basis of a tokenbox platform. These funds will work with all types of currency.
But why exactly? What prevents me from accepting fiat money now?
Terms of the smart contract, I suppose. At this stage, it introduces its own limitations
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November 21, 2017, 07:35:32 AM
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Will they work with fiat currency?
What exactly do you mean?
Can I invest in a fiat currency or just a cash register?
do you mean tokensale or funds on the tokenbox platform?
Both of these things
At the TGE stage, you can invest in ETH and the BTC currency
But I read about the opportunity to invest in fiat. When can I do this?
This was a question of funds that will operate on the basis of a tokenbox platform. These funds will work with all types of currency.
But why exactly? What prevents me from accepting fiat money now?
Terms of the smart contract, I suppose. At this stage, it introduces its own limitations
And what will change then? After the launch of the platform
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