Since the creator gave himself 7million TBX before its creation, assuming there are enough orders to fill (surely there aren't), he has $245k
I wonder, why it does concern you so much, is this some peculiar competitive sense, or are you just upset that I didn't donate any to the "Solidcoin 2.0 makefile restoration fund" ?
No, I am not a coin "fanboy" or anything like that. I just don't understand why people are using a coin that if/once it became mainstream, the creator would have more money than everyone else combined. Seems like a scam to me.
I think that if you read 1st post in the TBX thread, you know that I have a far more fascinating plan then just "cash out", a plan that pretty much requires a buffer of several million coins to work (In case you didn't read, I plan to set up a transaction anonymization service that 1) has buffer in the millions 2) can operate without a website)
That will make TBX and GG extra-attractive for SR types
Also, there is no upper limit on TBX generation, so at some point in the future, the Fun-d won't be all that big compared to the whole system
Doesn't seem to bother people with bitcoin.
Admittedly that's a rather lower number, but still.
Doesn't seem to bother people with diamonds, gold, and USD (and the latter can be printed at a whim as well)