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December 26, 2019, 06:54:04 PM
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Happy holidays for everyone here, this project is making history of e-commerce sector, I think.
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December 26, 2019, 11:38:21 PM
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I now like how the project works and develops.
I will continue to monitor how the project works and I am sure that I will be able to buy tokens for me.

It will be very profitable to receive passive income every month. I'm really interested in that possibility.
I'm tired of these failed "passive income" projects. Why Aussie Didital is going to be better?
I would be really surprised if the token price wasn't dumped right after listing. Let's see but I'm not so optimistic about the project's future.


How..everyone is locked in to stake!!!!!! No chance of dumping ... There will be steady sells once where on exchange which is what we need. We will need people selling so new people can stake.
Now locked, but why do you think staking participants won't dump their tokens after listing?

Nothing stopping them but they cant do it all at once. On any given day there will be a small amount of members coming off stake. Some will sell all. Some will sell part of and some will stake the lot. This is an ongoing program. Not just a gimmick to try and raise funds. If you want to maintain the pasive income then you have to have AUDcoin to stake.
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December 26, 2019, 11:38:50 PM
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Happy holidays for everyone here, this project is making history of e-commerce sector, I think.

Yes 1 ICO round and thats it...over...
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December 26, 2019, 11:39:42 PM
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Do you have own crypto exchange, right? Has it already been launched?

Yes...It will launch at the end of our ICO so members can make use of it if they wish.
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December 26, 2019, 11:50:09 PM
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Yeah, it sounds realy cool, but will this conception work? As you know, it's not so easy to work with e-commerce.


Yes most have failed but you also must wonder how hard did they really try?
Have anybody tried to combine blockchain and e-commerce before? And what results they had?


Yes they have... and pretty much epic fails! Maybe because of lack of commitment ...maybe because of lack of vision. But mostly a lack of understanding E-commerce.
Great then, but why AUDcoin is better? Because of your team and their experience?

Through experience we have learned the pitfalls of doing business online "E-commerce" . Our team is committed to making this a success. We were over being touched by the greedy online marketplaces. So its not like ... lets say... the likes of Facebooks Libra or Paypals new crytpo where they are here to help the unbanked...Thats a joke...they are here to help themselves..... what would they know about being unbanked anyway....They would never have been unbacked to experience it. Interesting comparison..massive companies.....my point being is we have been through the problems associated with selling online from experience.
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December 26, 2019, 11:52:46 PM
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I can't understand if AUD is going to have big own e-commerce platform or help other e-commerce platforms or both?

 We will be running our own show..   https://tradezy.io/
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December 26, 2019, 11:54:38 PM
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AUDCoin has completely unique revenue sharing system and nobody can say for sure if it's working strategy in longterm.

Only time will tell. Its like anything ..if we dont get the support from the Community and users then yes...sure it will fail like any project. So far so good..
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December 26, 2019, 11:57:28 PM
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What is the most popular e-commerce platform in Australia for now? Is it Amazon or any local store?


Australia is not really embracing Amazon. Ebay is the biggest.
Ebay is not the typical e-commerce platform. What about the local Australian ones? Do you consider them as your competitors?

Anyone who charges users to use their platform is competition. Where not necessarily competing though. We are a new option they have that is pretty much free.
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December 26, 2019, 11:59:45 PM
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What do you mean that "everyone is locked to stake"? That's not possible to withdraw the tokens, right?

Right now only people staking have their AUDcoin. Once they are on stake they mast run the full term before they can be withdrawn.
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December 27, 2019, 12:00:07 AM
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Yeah, it sounds realy cool, but will this conception work? As you know, it's not so easy to work with e-commerce.


Yes most have failed but you also must wonder how hard did they really try?
Have anybody tried to combine blockchain and e-commerce before? And what results they had?


Yes they have... and pretty much epic fails! Maybe because of lack of commitment ...maybe because of lack of vision. But mostly a lack of understanding E-commerce.
Great then, but why AUDcoin is better? Because of your team and their experience?

Through experience we have learned the pitfalls of doing business online "E-commerce" . Our team is committed to making this a success. We were over being touched by the greedy online marketplaces. So its not like ... lets say... the likes of Facebooks Libra or Paypals new crytpo where they are here to help the unbanked...Thats a joke...they are here to help themselves..... what would they know about being unbanked anyway....They would never have been unbacked to experience it. Interesting comparison..massive companies.....my point being is we have been through the problems associated with selling online from experience.

i really do hope that you will achieve success on the ecommerce side. we need change on this matter. looking forward on the launching of your platform...it is true, that a lot are promising to serve those unbanked but in reality they dont know how to address such issue..

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December 27, 2019, 12:08:16 AM
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This rewards will have any sense only if the token price remains stable. And I have doubts about that.

Read this to get a better understanding about how staking works.
https://aussiedigital.io/news-detail/staking-with-aussie-digital-say-goodbye-to-the-bear-market

I have used to use word of staking for  those coins that participate in consensus algo and in very doubt Aussie utilizes PoS protocol that requires real staking. Froь where I sit.... speaking of Aussie one  deals with locked coins backed by interest   ( I locked mine for 6 moths) rather than with stacked ones.

Yes you are absolutely correct. We are not using PoS protocols. We were going to but because we want to get new people into Crypto we decided against it. It means they would not be able to or were not game to take part. By doing it this way it is so simple for the user and the end result is pretty much the same. Your can earn some interest and not have the headaches of updating and downloading. I think back to when i first started using Cryptocurrency... All the problems ..all the worries...lost funds..etc. Hopeful this is a way to take the fuss out of it and let more people enjoy the benefits.
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December 27, 2019, 12:12:30 AM
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I now like how the project works and develops.
I will continue to monitor how the project works and I am sure that I will be able to buy tokens for me.

It will be very profitable to receive passive income every month. I'm really interested in that possibility.
I'm tired of these failed "passive income" projects. Why Aussie Didital is going to be better?
I would be really surprised if the token price wasn't dumped right after listing. Let's see but I'm not so optimistic about the project's future.


How..everyone is locked in to stake!!!!!! No chance of dumping ... There will be steady sells once where on exchange which is what we need. We will need people selling so new people can stake.
Now locked, but why do you think staking participants won't dump their tokens after listing?

They can eventually... But it can only happen slowly because stakes are placed at different times and different durations. Its not like when we go on exchange everyone can sell at once. Its not possible.
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December 27, 2019, 12:27:42 PM
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Don't you think your ICO can become everlasting? Investors want to see any real results to be shown.


Our entire Ecosystem is almost done and we have not finish our ICO yet.
I can't undrestand what do you have now: ICO or pre-sale? Cause different sources have different information.


This is a presale now...it hard to change the ICO listing sites so we gave up on that. Now your ether involved with the project already or hear about it through word of mouth the participate
Now the pre-sale but you had ICO before, right? So, after this pre-sale, will be another ICO round?
And than next pre-sale or maybe post-sale. If seriously, I can't imagine how they will manage to generate large income with the current approach.
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December 27, 2019, 12:54:13 PM
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Many cryptocurrency users don't believe in AUDcoin. My opinion is that it can either fail or make a revolution.
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December 27, 2019, 01:25:46 PM
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Yeah, it sounds realy cool, but will this conception work? As you know, it's not so easy to work with e-commerce.


Yes most have failed but you also must wonder how hard did they really try?
Have anybody tried to combine blockchain and e-commerce before? And what results they had?


Yes they have... and pretty much epic fails! Maybe because of lack of commitment ...maybe because of lack of vision. But mostly a lack of understanding E-commerce.
Great then, but why AUDcoin is better? Because of your team and their experience?
Do you have real e-commerce experts with many years of trading experience in your team?
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December 27, 2019, 02:26:00 PM
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What is the most popular e-commerce platform in Australia for now? Is it Amazon or any local store?


Australia is not really embracing Amazon. Ebay is the biggest.
Ebay is not the typical e-commerce platform. What about the local Australian ones? Do you consider them as your competitors?
Here are the top 5 ecommerce sites in Australia: eBay AU, Gumtree AU, Amazon, OzBargain, Amazon AU
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December 27, 2019, 02:53:30 PM
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E-commerce in Australia is growing rapidly. Last year, Australians spent a total of $1.95 billion per month on online shopping alone. It's a huge market and it has a room to enter.
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December 27, 2019, 03:30:08 PM
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So, Tradezy platform helps small retailers to manage their stores with the help of blockchain technology, right?
How it helps them and why Tradezy is better than the current solutions for retail businesses?
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December 27, 2019, 03:56:11 PM
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AUDcoin platform is unique because of its staking system, but not only because of that. They have or going to have many great feature for the businesses.
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December 27, 2019, 04:29:45 PM
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This rewards will have any sense only if the token price remains stable. And I have doubts about that.


Read this to get a better understanding about how staking works.
https://aussiedigital.io/news-detail/staking-with-aussie-digital-say-goodbye-to-the-bear-market
Goodbye to the Bear market will be right after the Bitcoin halving, I guess.
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