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July 26, 2018, 10:39:29 PM
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Greetings Hodlers,

as a Hodler and fashion-designer I am very interested in both things, so my idea is to run a website, where you can buy fashion clothes only with Ethereum. No government, no taxes, no third party and no big brother watching you. Only a trusting relationship between customer and seller.

To see if there if some demand for this type of business, I have created a working basic website, where you can see (and maybe buy Grin) different items.

https://hodlersboutique.com/

Maybe you guys can give me some feedbacks or suggestions. If I get enough input, I will try to start running a serious website.
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July 26, 2018, 10:41:55 PM
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I'd definitely support.. I always use sites that accept crypto. Just get some more selection on there Smiley
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July 27, 2018, 12:56:52 PM
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Maybe you guys can give me some feedbacks or suggestions. If I get enough input, I will try to start running a serious website.

If you're producing attire for women, there could be a market niche for shorter women around 5 foot 5 and under. There are shorter women who have to re-hem and alter most of their clothing to fit their shorter frame which could translate to significant market demand.

Years ago there were "organically sustainable" fabrics made out of bamboo or hemp which were supposed to be more environmentally friendly. I don't know how accurate that description was but its a good bullet point people might like to see with higher average temperatures and current day heatwaves being significant issues.

Cosplay seems like its big right now. Maybe there is some way to address that. Social media advertising is free and makes it easier to connect with customers & expand ones business than ever before.

Also I wish people who wrote these types of posts would provide more information to show that they're serious. That would go a long way.

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