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Author Topic: [ANN] SafeInsure Coin (SINS)- Insurance for the Blockchain Era- POS+Masternodes  (Read 36856 times)
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October 01, 2018, 08:19:28 AM
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I correctly understand that the project has been successfully successful in the market, it needs promotion, it was for this purpose that the bounties of the program were created for each project. Tell me, do I correctly interpret what is happening in this area?

Yes, you are right, that's it. Projects create a marketing company to develop their project through the bounty program. Their essence lies in the fact that users are told in social networks and forums about the project and for this they will be awarded project tokens

That's exactly what I thought, it's fine. I'm interested in the following: if the project says that it allocates 1.250.000.000 tokens on the ICO, how do you determine how many tokens will be allocated to the bounty program?

Usually projects write a percentage that will be allocated to the bounty program from the total number of all tokens. That is, you can calculate which number of tokens will receive the community for the promotion of the project on the network.
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October 01, 2018, 08:25:12 AM
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I correctly understand that the project has been successfully successful in the market, it needs promotion, it was for this purpose that the bounties of the program were created for each project. Tell me, do I correctly interpret what is happening in this area?

Yes, you are right, that's it. Projects create a marketing company to develop their project through the bounty program. Their essence lies in the fact that users are told in social networks and forums about the project and for this they will be awarded project tokens

That's exactly what I thought, it's fine. I'm interested in the following: if the project says that it allocates 1.250.000.000 tokens on the ICO, how do you determine how many tokens will be allocated to the bounty program?

Usually projects write a percentage that will be allocated to the bounty program from the total number of all tokens. That is, you can calculate which number of tokens will receive the community for the promotion of the project on the network.

Understood thanks. At first I thought that for the bounty separate tokens are allocated, but I liked this approach more, the transparency of the project is higher. And how much is this project now tokens on the bounty?
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October 01, 2018, 08:30:47 AM
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I correctly understand that the project has been successfully successful in the market, it needs promotion, it was for this purpose that the bounties of the program were created for each project. Tell me, do I correctly interpret what is happening in this area?

Yes, you are right, that's it. Projects create a marketing company to develop their project through the bounty program. Their essence lies in the fact that users are told in social networks and forums about the project and for this they will be awarded project tokens

That's exactly what I thought, it's fine. I'm interested in the following: if the project says that it allocates 1.250.000.000 tokens on the ICO, how do you determine how many tokens will be allocated to the bounty program?

Usually projects write a percentage that will be allocated to the bounty program from the total number of all tokens. That is, you can calculate which number of tokens will receive the community for the promotion of the project on the network.

Understood thanks. At first I thought that for the bounty separate tokens are allocated, but I liked this approach more, the transparency of the project is higher. And how much is this project now tokens on the bounty?

This project allocates 15% of all tokens on the bounty program. That is, 1250000000 * 0.15 = 187.500.000. I think this is the right decision.
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October 01, 2018, 08:39:21 AM
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I always actively follow the projects, because I think that you need to have only relevant news to be successful
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October 01, 2018, 08:46:59 AM
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I always actively follow the projects, because I think that you need to have only relevant news to be successful

I agree with you. Tell me, what do you use when watching the news of the project? What tools and so on?
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October 01, 2018, 08:51:46 AM
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I always actively follow the projects, because I think that you need to have only relevant news to be successful

I agree with you. Tell me, what do you use when watching the news of the project? What tools and so on?

I constantly follow the forum, because here users write interesting facts very often. Also, administrators often first of all write new news here
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October 01, 2018, 08:57:13 AM
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I always actively follow the projects, because I think that you need to have only relevant news to be successful

I agree with you. Tell me, what do you use when watching the news of the project? What tools and so on?

I constantly follow the forum, because here users write interesting facts very often. Also, administrators often first of all write new news here

I understand you, you follow the news only from the forum or do you use other services and resources?
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October 01, 2018, 10:03:34 AM
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After reviewing the project Safe Insurance Master node surprised that a relatively young project provides information to users is available, understandable. Read the forum , but did not find the answer to the question, where in addition to the site you can find opinions about the project people involved in SafeInsure Masternode.

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October 01, 2018, 12:14:48 PM
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Website say more than 17 insurance companies plan to join...Do we know which ones?

Also am I the only one that finds the Senior Team's Linkedin pages odd.  Kind of bare with zero history.  I mean I rarely use my Linkedin page and I have several skill endorsements from many different people.  Plus since none of them are in the US why would the Safe Insure  headquarters have an address of Walnut Creek, CA on LinkedIn... yet when I searched the California SoS I find no business entity for it. Plus J. Stoll is from Germany but his picture is of him standing in front of a US flag. Just weird that the picture he chose was one where he is in front of a flag of a different country.  

If we can have a list of companies planning on joining and can be verified this might be a good project but I see too many weird things for me to invest right now.
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October 01, 2018, 05:09:53 PM
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October 01, 2018, 05:19:52 PM
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Hello! Tell me please, where can I find information about the development team? I need this information!
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October 01, 2018, 05:22:56 PM
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Hello! Tell me please, where can I find information about the development team? I need this information!

Hi, I can help you. Tell me, why do you need this information? I'm wondering why people are interested in the development team
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October 01, 2018, 05:26:54 PM
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Hello! Tell me please, where can I find information about the development team? I need this information!

Hi, I can help you. Tell me, why do you need this information? I'm wondering why people are interested in the development team
I want to know more information about the development team, because a lot of projects that in the future deceive their participants do not give information about themselves
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October 01, 2018, 05:33:24 PM
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Hello! Tell me please, where can I find information about the development team? I need this information!

Hi, I can help you. Tell me, why do you need this information? I'm wondering why people are interested in the development team
I want to know more information about the development team, because a lot of projects that in the future deceive their participants do not give information about themselves
This project is open about its team, its members, information about the success of each participant and its specification
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October 01, 2018, 05:39:40 PM
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Hello! Tell me please, where can I find information about the development team? I need this information!

Hi, I can help you. Tell me, why do you need this information? I'm wondering why people are interested in the development team
I want to know more information about the development team, because a lot of projects that in the future deceive their participants do not give information about themselves
This project is open about its team, its members, information about the success of each participant and its specification

It's fine! And where can I get acquainted with this information in order to keep abreast of all the nuances of this project and its team? It's important for me!
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October 01, 2018, 05:48:36 PM
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Hello! Tell me please, where can I find information about the development team? I need this information!

Hi, I can help you. Tell me, why do you need this information? I'm wondering why people are interested in the development team
I want to know more information about the development team, because a lot of projects that in the future deceive their participants do not give information about themselves
This project is open about its team, its members, information about the success of each participant and its specification

It's fine! And where can I get acquainted with this information in order to keep abreast of all the nuances of this project and its team? It's important for me!

The most up-to-date information you can get on the official website of the project, there you will find a description of the entire development team and will find answers to all your questions!
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October 01, 2018, 05:53:51 PM
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I believe that the development team deserves activity from the participants so that their project grows in the future. They did a great job to run such a big project! This is a good job!
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October 01, 2018, 05:58:29 PM
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I believe that the development team deserves activity from the participants so that their project grows in the future. They did a great job to run such a big project! This is a good job!

I agree, the development team tried to make the project what the users will like, but I think that they should not dwell on this, because the bright future of the project lies ahead!
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October 01, 2018, 06:05:02 PM
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I believe that the development team deserves activity from the participants so that their project grows in the future. They did a great job to run such a big project! This is a good job!

I agree, the development team tried to make the project what the users will like, but I think that they should not dwell on this, because the bright future of the project lies ahead!
Do you think it's worthwhile for developers to raise additional funds to make the marketing program more massive and strong? For as many users as possible to learn about the project?
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October 01, 2018, 06:12:34 PM
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I believe that the development team deserves activity from the participants so that their project grows in the future. They did a great job to run such a big project! This is a good job!

I agree, the development team tried to make the project what the users will like, but I think that they should not dwell on this, because the bright future of the project lies ahead!
Do you think it's worthwhile for developers to raise additional funds to make the marketing program more massive and strong? For as many users as possible to learn about the project?

Advertising has always been the engine of any project. But the money that was spent on advertising, should justify itself. I do not know the entire financial component of the project and therefore I think that they should not now do another marketing stage.
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