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Author Topic: [ANN] Codex Protocol - Decentralized Registry for Art & Collectibles  (Read 43108 times)
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July 19, 2018, 07:35:32 PM
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Hello! Great project! I really like him. Excellent website design, informative white paper.
I fully support you. I liked this project very much. All the best to his team. What brought you here?
I work in an antique store. Well, you know, who buys old knick-knacks from people, and then sells them. That's why this project so caught me.
This is quite an interesting job! And how, do you really come across interesting things? By the way, I'm engaged in collecting antiques.
Yes, sometimes really good things come across. As, for example, the piano of the beginning of the twentieth century. We have a couple of customers who are interested in antique furniture.
Yes, it sounds very tempting. And are not you afraid that such a project as the Codex can seriously hurt your business?
In the case of such concerns, there are fears, but I always stand up for modernization, including the antiques market that is dear to me. Although, in theory, this is a fairly conservative community.
Yes, I fully support your opinion. Modernization is always extremely necessary. Even in such conservative industries as antiques.
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July 19, 2018, 07:37:06 PM
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Will you make some airdrops after the closing of the pre-ico?
Would you reward the people that participated in the ICO?
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July 19, 2018, 07:48:17 PM
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I wish to participate in bounty campaign
Do you have it?
Give me link to it please
Here's the thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4508456.0 Grin
Will you make some airdrops after the closing of the pre-ico?
Would you reward the people that participated in the ICO?
No announcements regarding airdrops have been made by the team at this time.
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July 19, 2018, 07:49:09 PM
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what about security in your project?
There are so many hacks in crypto space
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July 19, 2018, 07:50:26 PM
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Yes, I fully support your opinion. Modernization is always extremely necessary. Even in such conservative industries as antiques.
By the way, does this project cover a variety of things? From porcelain to antique cars? Yes?
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July 19, 2018, 07:55:42 PM
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Yes, I fully support your opinion. Modernization is always extremely necessary. Even in such conservative industries as antiques.
By the way, does this project cover a variety of things? From porcelain to antique cars? Yes?
Yes, this project is versatile. With it, you can buy a variety of things: from cars to porcelain figurines, from brands to antique furniture. A wide range of goods will be covered.
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July 19, 2018, 08:01:26 PM
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Yes, I fully support your opinion. Modernization is always extremely necessary. Even in such conservative industries as antiques.
By the way, does this project cover a variety of things? From porcelain to antique cars? Yes?
Yes, this project is versatile. With it, you can buy a variety of things: from cars to porcelain figurines, from brands to antique furniture. A wide range of goods will be covered.
It's fine! You said that you are a collector. What do you collect? Coins, probably? Smiley
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July 19, 2018, 08:08:00 PM
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Yes, I fully support your opinion. Modernization is always extremely necessary. Even in such conservative industries as antiques.
By the way, does this project cover a variety of things? From porcelain to antique cars? Yes?
Yes, this project is versatile. With it, you can buy a variety of things: from cars to porcelain figurines, from brands to antique furniture. A wide range of goods will be covered.
It's fine! You said that you are a collector. What do you collect? Coins, probably? Smiley
Yes, I am a collector. No, I collect vintage weapons and medals. I am especially fond of the awards of the Second World War.
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July 19, 2018, 08:08:28 PM
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Codex Protocol is open source, allowing third-party players in the A&C ecosystem to build applications and utilize the registry. Interesting and also scalable which is why I reviewed this project. However, team might be abit small but overall, big market, big project, big vision. Smiley
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July 19, 2018, 08:09:12 PM
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Yes, I fully support your opinion. Modernization is always extremely necessary. Even in such conservative industries as antiques.
By the way, does this project cover a variety of things? From porcelain to antique cars? Yes?
Yes, this project is versatile. With it, you can buy a variety of things: from cars to porcelain figurines, from brands to antique furniture. A wide range of goods will be covered.
It's fine! You said that you are a collector. What do you collect? Coins, probably? Smiley
Yes, I am a collector. No, I collect vintage weapons and medals. I am especially fond of the awards of the Second World War.
Wow, how interesting! And what is the diamond of your collection? By the way, but this project interests you that you can replenish your collection?
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July 19, 2018, 08:20:15 PM
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Yes, I fully support your opinion. Modernization is always extremely necessary. Even in such conservative industries as antiques.
By the way, does this project cover a variety of things? From porcelain to antique cars? Yes?
Yes, this project is versatile. With it, you can buy a variety of things: from cars to porcelain figurines, from brands to antique furniture. A wide range of goods will be covered.
It's fine! You said that you are a collector. What do you collect? Coins, probably? Smiley
Yes, I am a collector. No, I collect vintage weapons and medals. I am especially fond of the awards of the Second World War.

Amazing! Did you find some these awards on Codex? Is it legal btw? Huh
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July 19, 2018, 08:23:49 PM
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Yes, I fully support your opinion. Modernization is always extremely necessary. Even in such conservative industries as antiques.
By the way, does this project cover a variety of things? From porcelain to antique cars? Yes?
Yes, this project is versatile. With it, you can buy a variety of things: from cars to porcelain figurines, from brands to antique furniture. A wide range of goods will be covered.
It's fine! You said that you are a collector. What do you collect? Coins, probably? Smiley
Yes, I am a collector. No, I collect vintage weapons and medals. I am especially fond of the awards of the Second World War.

Amazing! Did you find some these awards on Codex? Is it legal btw? Huh
I have not yet looked. But I will definitely look. Yes, this business is subtle, as some countries do not allow the sale of such items.
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July 19, 2018, 08:40:38 PM
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Yes, I fully support your opinion. Modernization is always extremely necessary. Even in such conservative industries as antiques.
By the way, does this project cover a variety of things? From porcelain to antique cars? Yes?
Yes, this project is versatile. With it, you can buy a variety of things: from cars to porcelain figurines, from brands to antique furniture. A wide range of goods will be covered.
It's fine! You said that you are a collector. What do you collect? Coins, probably? Smiley
Yes, I am a collector. No, I collect vintage weapons and medals. I am especially fond of the awards of the Second World War.

Amazing! Did you find some these awards on Codex? Is it legal btw? Huh
I have not yet looked. But I will definitely look. Yes, this business is subtle, as some countries do not allow the sale of such items.

Sounds interesting, thank you. It's a big honor to own such things.   Cool
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July 19, 2018, 08:46:35 PM
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Yes, I fully support your opinion. Modernization is always extremely necessary. Even in such conservative industries as antiques.
By the way, does this project cover a variety of things? From porcelain to antique cars? Yes?
Yes, this project is versatile. With it, you can buy a variety of things: from cars to porcelain figurines, from brands to antique furniture. A wide range of goods will be covered.
It's fine! You said that you are a collector. What do you collect? Coins, probably? Smiley
Yes, I am a collector. No, I collect vintage weapons and medals. I am especially fond of the awards of the Second World War.

Amazing! Did you find some these awards on Codex? Is it legal btw? Huh
I have not yet looked. But I will definitely look. Yes, this business is subtle, as some countries do not allow the sale of such items.

Sounds interesting, thank you. It's a big honor to own such things.   Cool

Your talk made me think of rare weapon, are there any special legal limitations for it? I mean on the platform
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July 19, 2018, 08:59:49 PM
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Yes, I fully support your opinion. Modernization is always extremely necessary. Even in such conservative industries as antiques.
By the way, does this project cover a variety of things? From porcelain to antique cars? Yes?
Yes, this project is versatile. With it, you can buy a variety of things: from cars to porcelain figurines, from brands to antique furniture. A wide range of goods will be covered.
It's fine! You said that you are a collector. What do you collect? Coins, probably? Smiley
Yes, I am a collector. No, I collect vintage weapons and medals. I am especially fond of the awards of the Second World War.

Amazing! Did you find some these awards on Codex? Is it legal btw? Huh
I have not yet looked. But I will definitely look. Yes, this business is subtle, as some countries do not allow the sale of such items.

Sounds interesting, thank you. It's a big honor to own such things.   Cool

Your talk made me think of rare weapon, are there any special legal limitations for it? I mean on the platform

Unfortunately I do not have any information on this issue, but I guess there are limitations in several countries.
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July 19, 2018, 09:05:30 PM
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In my opinion there should be strict measures for any type of weapon or potentially dangerous items. I want to believe Codex will take care about checking such items.
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July 19, 2018, 09:13:42 PM
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In my opinion there should be strict measures for any type of weapon or potentially dangerous items. I want to believe Codex will take care about checking such items.

Absolutely!!! They should hire some people for security measures. However there are no building with all Codex items, all of them are in the hands of holders. It is already safe enough, isn't it?
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July 19, 2018, 09:24:25 PM
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In my opinion there should be strict measures for any type of weapon or potentially dangerous items. I want to believe Codex will take care about checking such items.

Absolutely!!! They should hire some people for security measures. However there are no building with all Codex items, all of them are in the hands of holders. It is already safe enough, isn't it?

I'm not sure they will do that. All responsibility belongs to merchants and customers. Well I'm not sure why it's dangerous though.
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July 19, 2018, 09:33:47 PM
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In my opinion there should be strict measures for any type of weapon or potentially dangerous items. I want to believe Codex will take care about checking such items.

Absolutely!!! They should hire some people for security measures. However there are no building with all Codex items, all of them are in the hands of holders. It is already safe enough, isn't it?

I'm not sure they will do that. All responsibility belongs to merchants and customers. Well I'm not sure why it's dangerous though.

It's a complicated question haha I need to read laws. Also we should remember that old weapon is very damaged often. So it's not dangerous already.
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July 19, 2018, 09:45:52 PM
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In my opinion there should be strict measures for any type of weapon or potentially dangerous items. I want to believe Codex will take care about checking such items.

Absolutely!!! They should hire some people for security measures. However there are no building with all Codex items, all of them are in the hands of holders. It is already safe enough, isn't it?

I'm not sure they will do that. All responsibility belongs to merchants and customers. Well I'm not sure why it's dangerous though.

It's a complicated question haha I need to read laws. Also we should remember that old weapon is very damaged often. So it's not dangerous already.

Well I think Codex team has to explore this issue! I'm not saying this is a big deal, but they have to check everything as much as possible. You can't be too careful.
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