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October 12, 2018, 08:22:03 PM


So sorry! lol, I've been running the whole week.

I wanted to speak with you about a few things... I'd like to run a new business with you..

Where you can actually take care of the traffic, as it seems like you know how to do it, you only need a top line product.

We can do 30%  for you if you can handle the traffic... we would just need to know which product to develop.

I think a player vs player software is good, as we don't need to deal with the bankroll, it could be something that easily allow us to "rent" the game... or "rent the gaming space".

So essentially, a game, where players play against each others, like paintball or poker I believe, and we just "rent the room" for a 3%-10%.

We can actually deliver up to 1 game per month, depending on it's complexity.

Bit of war has taken already 3 months, so you can imagine. However, we can use the same bitcoin API, and big part of the menus, are totally easy to recycle.

So, let's say, if we would have to make bit of war again, it would only take 1 month and a half, as we already have the Blockchain stuff and 2 APIs sorted out.

Hence, I believe if you do agree with me, that we could actually do some king of "cooking" plan, with the following steps:

Roles are already defined:

- Me: design + heavy programming.
- Tuna: markup and UI develop.
- You: Once the product is ready, gathering the users.

Then we do:

Loop {

    1) Think about what type of game or casino we want to create.
    2) Find an open source game  or open source game engine online that we can use to kickstart it.
    3) Make the necessary changes in the graphic design.
    4) Make db.
    5) Make necessary connections to the API servers.
    6) Test the product internally until desired functionality is acquired.
    7) Launch the product to the market.


Bitcoin network allow us to transfer, split and gather the money easily, we could even make some personal meeting once we have 1 or 2 products already running on the market.

I would suggest to operate using the company name, however a new company name, such as "" would be nice.

At this point I believe that all of us know that if we do something like this, together, and with good intentions, we can produce a massive amount of income for the 2019.

As long as BTC doesn't collapse in Buenos Aires G20....

And as long as huge companies like Valve, or EA or Nintendo don't start doing BTC games, it's an open market, there doesn't seems to be good programmers working on this yet.

But in a couple of years from now, if we don't make a big company, all this will be not longer possible, as better programmers than us will shortly start doing better and better games in crypto-currencies.

I have seen nothing but simple games, that are not even games, Crypto-Kitties style.

Finally but not less important, is almost ready.

If you can help us anyhow to make this work (we need users!) I don't have any problem in splitting equity every single day with you.

I mean, actually paying dividends, or your part of the project on daily basis.
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