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April 24, 2014, 01:29:12 AM

how it works? we need android wallet first. by the way,the new c2 qt wallet  have no qrcode function.

We know
You can now collect sales agents worldwide

I want to be the only agent in Mainland China to act as agent selling this POS productions.

My QQ group has more than 800 people they are all digital currency industry followers, many of them holding C2, we have enough strength to quickly establish a nationwide sales agents throughout China network and the rapid development of business scale. What we may not be fluent in English, but the execution of our Chinese community is very strong. Choose us, choose successful partnership.
Well, I think so, I am a member of the qq group inside.

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July 05, 2014, 06:49:17 PM

Another nice thing would be game development on mobile platforms...
idk about the fps on android or ios, but we might be able to talk to RRI Games Studios, Ltd.
They are working on games for mobile devices.. If we get in touch we can talk to them about advantages
of Coin2 for in-app payments.
Another biggy coming might be Auroch Digital, England to talk to.
We have to get active NOW  Tongue
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