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XPY Value $1.06

What's happening with Paybase to put a price 100% above of the market?
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I think we let Gizmodo take care of things...I haven't heard back from her, btw, yet.

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On Fri, Feb 27, 2015 at 8:46 AM, Jonas Borchgrevink <jona...@gmail.com> wrote:
I can add a statement from you, let me know if you have any.


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2015-02-27 14:32 GMT+01:00 John Caceres <jo...@geniusesatwork.com>:
The law firm will not respond. Any correspondent with any basic knowledge of the US legal system let would know that. Further, if the correspondent did make contact, the firm's representatives would have directed the correspondent to the client for comment. Seems that didn't happen here.

Most correspondents know that there is this called client confidentiality. This is just shabby and irresponsible reporting. Suffice it to say, we will not acknowledge or work with any media outlet that continues along these lines; we will not "...be forthcoming at all" and will only work with outlets that have proven to be fair, balanced and responsible.

The entire category is being "investigated" by the SEC. CNN's Martin Spurlock did an hour long piece last Sunday on Bitcoin. A rep from the SEC was a part of that segment. Paraphrasing the SEC Rep, "Bitcoin / Cryptocurrency is here to stay and as such, we need to take a look at it."

Taking statements out of context and using them for gain of eyesballs seems the SOP among many publications in this category. Perhaps the only thing of value in this piece is the fact that their are a lot of crazy things that are and will happen in this emerging category to which was alluded to in this thread...quite eloquently I might ad.

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On Fri, Feb 27, 2015 at 7:57 AM, Jonas Borchgrevink <jona...@gmail.com> wrote:
He did reach out to your law firm, but didn't receive any answers for 48 hours. Not quite sure why he didn't contact you yet, but I'm checking that.

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2015-02-27 13:56 GMT+01:00 Josh Garza <Jo...@gaw.com>:
It just seems pretty armature for him to write a piece with no attempt to gather any facts.

John, do you have input?

Jonas is the owner of CCN and has been a friend for a while now.

On Feb 27, 2015 1:49 PM, "Jonas Borchgrevink" <jona...@gmail.com> wrote:
Let me know if you have any comment on the article that I can put in. Not sure if the author is awake or not.

The ads seem to be booked for 1 month (background ad) but we still have some available now, or you can book it at a later point if we can pre-arrange it.

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2015-02-27 13:47 GMT+01:00 Jonas Borchgrevink <jona...@gmail.com>:
Did you not get any email? Let me check with the author.

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2015-02-27 12:39 GMT+01:00 Josh Garza <Jo...@gaw.com>:
Hi Jonas,

Did you approve this?
https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/paycoin-promises-unkept/

I was also just informed that we were not reached out for any comment. I can not imagine you would allow that to happen?

On a different note, BTC.com will be launching soon. How far out are your ads booked?


On Sat, Jan 10, 2015 at 9:24 PM, Jonas Borchgrevink <jona...@gmail.com> wrote:
When the reporters see a lot of activity somewhere, they want to report it to drive traffic to their own articles. Sorry to see that you take a hit for it, but that's the way it is sometimes. However, false statements and facts should not be posted and if they are, will be removed by me or editors as soon as we find out.

The article is now:

The North American Bitcoin Conference scheduled for January 16-18 in Miami is partially sponsored by the controversial company Paybase. Full Disclosure: Paybase also advertises with Cryptocoins News website.

In a Reddit post appearing today, the event organizer, Moe Levin explained to some of the angry Reddit posters that the sponsorship of the event would go on as planned. The center of controversy for many reddit posters circled around the CEO of GAW Miners operation- Josh Garza.

The view of Miami Conference organizers remains neutral - as it probably should. It is probably reasonable to acknowledge that one can count the age of the oldest bitcoin companies on one hand. Judges, juries, regulators and security agencies are still trying to understand what separates good promising bitcoin companies from bad ones when the entire business models have upended everything they've ever dealt with. Most state-sponsored government agencies around the world refuse to give anybody in the blockchain industry even a look. It's probably unrealistic to expect smaller event organizers with limited resources to make those draconian decisions for us. Is it possible that the angry Reddit visitors have a point? Are Josh's statements and his grand plans believable?

Does it really matter?

This conference can not take place in many parts of the world because of the limits to free speech. In those areas, one political party decides the message and having a currency that can't be entirely controlled by themselves, can't be fathomed. Having the option to contemplate two sides of issues represents liberty. It is the currency of freedom and democracy. Bitcoin is unique because it allows for such transparency itself.

Bitcoin inherently resists censorship. Bitcoin thrives because it is neutral and independent. It's logical that a conference promoter for businesses built on the foundation of bitcoin would also champion the core qualities of bitcoin itself. We bring honor to bitcoin by allowing those who we may disagree with personally to have their voice heard.

What would the critics on Reddit think if a different country or religious leader demanded removal of the sponsorships and speaking engagements? One might predict that they would likely be up in arms with such censorship. Taking the thought experiment further: what if we allowed Reddit bitcoin bloggers and visitors to provide final clearance for our conference speaking engagements beforehand? This way we could hear only the truly useful or worthwhile according to the opinions of /r/bitcoin subreddit. We can remove any controversies and expel any dangerous thoughts or experiments that dare innovate beyond our imaginations. Centralized government departments function this way. A few 'insiders' decide themselves what is good for everybody else because they believe they always know what is best.

If Josh can "tickle the ears" of new customers and cast his spell that convinces new clients to send their hard earned money his way – that will be his right. Others can cringe and complain, and they too have the perfect right to stand up and give their opinion and wisdom to convince them the other way. Exposing these inner workings allows people to develop deeper understanding of “WHY” something could be harmful or dangerous. People might benefit from being informed rather than having somebody already deciding for them what is valuable or not. Truth tends to float to the top over time. In the meantime, some people will suffer from greed and human frailties that insist they lose money. Just when you make something idiotproof, they make a better idiot.

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Bitcoin is a massive paradigm changing technology, and it is expected to be controversial as it should. These little controversies are likely just the tip of the iceberg that may go on another 50 years of the world changing the disruption. We might as well get used to it. Bring on the challenges, the disagreements, and the different points of view that will challenge entire governments one day. Perhaps it will do us good to let it all air out at the conference.

Perhaps it is time to break out a big bag of popcorn and enjoy these warm-up fights. These are small time events compared to the rock hard sweeping challenges that fate seems destined to hurl at us in the paradigm change that will likely disrupt almost everything.

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2015-01-10 18:49 GMT+01:00 Josh Garza <jo...@gaw.com>:
Thank you man, I have no idea why we are all the sudden attack by your reporters. New is news I get that, but making up stuff is out of control. Thank you for stepping in

Can you send me the revised copy?


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I have removed the sentence,

Anything else regarding that article?

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2015-01-10 12:21 GMT+01:00 Jonas Borchgrevink <jonasmga@gmail.com>:
Know who the author is, trying to find out what happened to it.

From now on Josh, I've asked the editors to send me articles about Paycoin/Paybase, GAW or you, before they are published. I'll contact you before an article is published if I'm in doubt that there are any errors. Hope this works for you.


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2015-01-10 11:55 GMT+01:00 Jonas Borchgrevink <jonasmga@gmail.com>:
Dear Josh,

It seems like the article has been taken down. Do you remember who wrote it? I can't find it at time being. In discussions with our editors now.

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2015-01-10 11:45 GMT+01:00 Jonas Borchgrevink <jonasmga@gmail.com>:
Looking into it now Josh.

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2015-01-10 8:02 GMT+01:00 Josh Garza <josh@gaw.com>:
https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/tnabc-miami-bitcoin-conference-defends-paybase-debate-decision/

This is the second libelous article your publication has released in 24 hours! The conference just emailed me and we are considering filing a joint lawsuit.

Not only did they make claims about us. They said this about them:

"In their view, Josh has been less-than-honest with the bitcoin community with his company dealings, and they smell another scam coming that would re-tarnish the digital currency brand. They’ve taken it upon themselves the duty of crowd-sourced self-policing in the bitcoin space."

This completely made up and needs to be immediately removed!

Jonas, I really like you, but you need to get your arms around this. It's going to create a liability for you


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in this email their sharing a cracked version of microsoft word https://groups.google.com/a/geniusesatwork.com/forum/#!topic/josh/NGRO-FSPOJE sending a email to bill.

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Same here.  That didn't last long!  I hope people were archiving.
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in this email their sharing a cracked version of microsoft word https://groups.google.com/a/geniusesatwork.com/forum/#!topic/josh/NGRO-FSPOJE sending a email to bill.

I am locked out

Same here.  That didn't last long!  I hope people were archiving.
I don't think you got the links right, mine are still working fine:
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Copy and paste the full address, this forum breaks the links for some reason

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HI David,
I just wanted to let you know Josh was able to talk about the issues that were brought up in the article.

In the last few days leading up to this article more information has been publicly released and things have happened from PayBase and TeamXPY and none of that was mentioned.

There are things promised that are actually happening. I have in my possession the emails confirming they have struck the deal with MasterCard.  Despite coinfire who again called Master Card to ask about a partnership that was not announced they have a deal with a processor as it normally goes to provide debit cards to their customers.

The reason  am writing this is because good or bad news it does not matter I take a ton of crap.  I cannot even use reddit anymore due to the crap storm from the PayCoin/GAW stuff.  I covered their news good and bad since they started their business.  This negatively effects me even more when a one sided article like this comes out.  I can and will connect writers with Josh or anyone in the Mining industry be it cloud or physical.  I would have made sure Josh responded to Paul's request for a comment.

I have not published anything on PayCoin/GAW anywhere to try and weather this storm.  I have slowed down my writing to the point I just got the lowest payment since I started CCN because I am so frustrated with all the harassment I get.  I was literally cyber bullied out of the funds that were donated to me by the community to pay my medical bills putting me in a very difficult financial situation.

Paul is a writer I respect very much and consider him a friend I am not bashing him here. I just think we need to stay neutral in this we cannot swing to negative just to placate these few people.

I have learned the hard way they do not care about any of us what we do or do not do.  They have their own agenda to destroy Josh and his company no matter the people the have to hurt to do so.

I included Josh in this email because I wanted you both to know how I feel.  This has ruined me and my family financially.  It has shaken my self confidence as a writer.
My point is we need to stay neutral here we need to cover both sides or not at all.  I will get any info I can from Josh to give you as proof.  I will copy you David on the Master Card emails like I did the Gyft information if you want and Josh is ok with me sending them

This whole situation has messed me up badly.  I was sitting here writing about the BitFury 28nm release when I started getting msgs about the article getting blamed by one side for not bashing GAW enough (despite it not being my article) and the other side wondering why CCN would only print the negative side.

I am sorry for this wall of text to both of you but I have had my entire life directly affected by this. 
Please let me know what I can do here to help??

I want to reiterate as well that I am not nor have I been paid by Josh.  People seem to throw that out there anytime I do anything.

As a note David I will have my BitFury article ready in a couple hours.

Thank you for the opportunity to be part of the CCN team and thank you Josh for taking the time to contact me inside details for verification on things you announce.

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Feb 27Josh Garza
Thank you Scott, and I can confirm the same things. You are a man of integrity.

We did find it ironic that CCN rushed out to write and entire story about a credit processor (stripe) that is had no real facts about, yet did not write an article about gyft, even though it had the evidence.

Then to read this article, also without any attempt to collect any real facts. Who writes an article about a companies programs and does not contact them? Even coinfire contacts us before they write their garbage.

I am not sure asking for a quote after the damage is done, is an ethical way of handling things.

The appropriate way to handle this is to write another piece and take ownership of the fact they we were never asked for our plans. Then report on our plans, so the facts are actually delivered.

I hope the right thing happens.

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I would like to have a new article with all your plans revealed, can you give us a sum of it and either Scott or another journalist can write a follow up. That would be good.

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This is a bit challenging as we are not ready to show them all. I guess the point is more that had they contacted us, we could have given them a high level plan which would have debunked the entire article.

In essence, the article that is there is very false as it missing facts.

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Hi David and Josh,
Let me think a bit on how best to address this.  I do think David you are right an article with the proof and info is a good idea.
That being said Josh I know you have things you cannot talk about yet.
Let me think of a way to present what you can release publicly and also maybe get Team PayCoin involved.
If we can present a balanced article I feel it would be a good thing.
Give me a couple days.  I am so beaten down by all of this I do not want to make any mistakes.

Thank you both for reading my concerns last night.  This has been very stressful for me.
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Well, the Business Software Alliance was just notified that Rami Abramov was distributing unlicensed software. If I get a bounty for it, are there any good bitcoin non-profits that could use the money?

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I'm just a random person who has been following this story since it popped up on Reddit, and I don't know how to archive. But I would think that anyone who does might want to start with the second of the groups linked by gawneedstobestopped, and start at the beginning. Because the first group has 226 topics and goes from today back to Feb. 15, while the second goes from Feb. 14 back to -- well, I haven't scrolled that far yet, but it has 8247 topics. Which might well take us back to before Paycoin launched.

Random eh?

Sure you are.

Folks I think that this is an attempt to obfuscate the truth. Proceed with caution.

I'm LightOneCandle on Reddit. I mostly hang out on BitTippers, and sometimes on r/Assistance. Feel free to check out my profile. Never invested in GAW; never held any alt except for less than one bitcoin, and I think a few Doge that someone tipped me once. I just happened to get back from an evening out when the link to the first group was posted, and thought: wtf?

That said, of course no one can tell if you're a dog on the internet, etc., etc. That said: all I know is that the second group has a lot more info than the first, and I would have thought that it covers a more interesting timeframe. That's all I said: if you think that suggesting an order in which to archive the emails counts as 'obfuscating the truth', feel free.
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Shutting down HT for a couple of months...

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Guys and gals, I appreciate archiving the stuff.

Sadly I got to go, so much interesting reading in those e-mails - hopefully it will still be there when I get back. If anybody has the time and the means please archive as much as you can.

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i have several thousand invested in XPY so yes I am a little emotion when I lose a substantial investment... substantial to me anyways.

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Hey:

Hope you're having a good day. I sent you an email about responding to these questions in anticipation of an 11am call tomorrow. Would be great, as I alluded to earlier, to respond to each question and then I'll respond to your responses...question, play devil's advocate. If you need more time, I can let Kate know and we can try pushing it back to a later time in the day.

Please let me know, soonest, as I'll be out of touch from about 6:30 until tomorrow morning, when I'll be headed to CT. (Nikki's internet and phone will be installed tomorrow so I'll have service when I'm there going forward). I also suggested that you and I are in the same room...perhaps the conference room, while this is taking place.

I look forward to hearing from you.

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Hey! Thanks for writing me! So I am interested in what's going on with GAW and Paycoin. I have seen that people are upset about how things are playing out, so I'm hoping you can address what is going on:

1) There are claims that Paycoin reneged on a promise for a $20 floor, as I'm sure you know. I am looking for clarity here: Did anyone acting as a representative for GAW explicitly make this promise?

2) Can you offer insight about why this controversy happened- is it a misconception in the community? (I have read this post: https://blog.paybase.com/paycoin-and-the-20-base-an-overview/) but I am more interested in what GAW is doing *currently* to get the coin price up, and whether GAW still plans on fulfilling that goal.

3) This is what Josh is quoted as saying in an article on Coinbase:

“I always said two things. We would buy paycoins at $20, or we would use our resources to manage to $20. They both mean the same thing. We will do everything in our power to make the price $20. And that's what we are doing.”

Is that an accurate quote?

4) Are you being investigated by the SEC? If so, for what?

5) What do you think some of the biggest misunderstandings/untruths floating around about GAW and Paycoin are?

6) Can you reveal any upcoming partnerships? With Amazon or other retailers/merchants? Or if you can't reveal specific partnerships, can you talk about what GAW is doing to pursue partnerships?

7) What are some POSITIVE things happening with Paycoin right now?

I have other questions but these are the most pressing right now, I think. Thanks!

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On Thu, Feb 12, 2015 at 8:20 AM, John Caceres <jo...@btc.com> wrote:
Good morning, Kate.

I'm hoping this finds you well. Josh Garza, my partner, passed along your contact information given that I am the media contact and spokesperson for our company. Nice to be contacted by Gizmodo, a publication we hold in high regard and one that is balanced, reporting with integrity.

It would be most helpful if you could summarize or list the topics you would like to discuss.

We look forward to hearing from you and working with Gizmodo. In the meantime, have a great morning.

With best regards,

John

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thought you may have been copied on responses...in reviewing them, again. I saw that you were not. I have not heard back from Gizmodo, yet. If I don't hear back soon, I'll reach out to her.

Also, have sent Jonah an email regarding what we spoke about yesterday.

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1) There are claims that Paycoin reneged on a promise for a $20 floor, as I'm sure you know. I am looking for clarity here: Did anyone acting as a representative for GAW explicitly make this promise?

"No comment."

2) Can you offer insight about why this controversy happened- is it a misconception in the community? (I have read this post: https://blog.paybase.com/paycoin-and-the-20-base-an-overview/) but I am more interested in what GAW is doing *currently* to get the coin price up, and whether GAW still plans on fulfilling that goal.

The company is currently actively seeking merchant partners, working with a development team on a roadmap which will solidify the development of PayCoin as laid out in the whitepaper.  There are new stores and services coming online and being actively built which will increase the usability of PayCoin and we have not forgotten our core vision in developing PayCoin. 

3) This is what Josh is quoted as saying in an article on Coinbase:

“I always said two things. We would buy paycoins at $20, or we would use our resources to manage to $20. They both mean the same thing. We will do everything in our power to make the price $20. And that's what we are doing.”

Is that an accurate quote?

"No comment."

4) Are you being investigated by the SEC? If so, for what? 

Everyone operating in the crypto space is under inquiry, investigation, whatever the term of the day is.  We have no reason to believe we are any different. 

5) What do you think some of the biggest misunderstandings/untruths floating around about GAW and Paycoin are?

The concept that PayCoin would built 100% and launched as a massive decentralized network and version 1.0 coin on day 1.   This was never planned and has never happened with a coin.   Crypto's launch and take time to get the public running nodes and gain a decent autonomy from the creator.  That timeframe is the reason why things like prime controller bidding were not put into the coin and not planned for 6 months.   

"Test Node" coins.   The prime controller used on the live net to test the variable staking system was not a "test node" it was an actual prime controller.   Everything passed on the test net and then we moved that code over to a single prime node on the live net in coordination with our coin developers to ensure the fix worked correctly.  The coins from that node were eventually destroyed.


6) Can you reveal any upcoming partnerships? With Amazon or other retailers/merchants? Or if you can't reveal specific partnerships, can you talk about what GAW is doing to pursue partnerships?

As we have learned from our past we cannot discuss upcoming partnerships or name any partners.   We have a team who spends all day every day working on partnerships with retailers, crypto service providers and merchants to grow PayCoin adoption.

7) What are some POSITIVE things happening with Paycoin right now?

We are working on a revamped roadmap and a set of developers to get the coin development restarted and bring some new and existing features to life in the coin.



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Below are the questions from Gizmodo. Your help is appreciated.

Also, would like to talk about reporter that you put together paragraph on as well as Cyrus from Ars Technica.
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I've added to what Jonah as provided which is not much, I'm in red (I'd like to talk about the "no comment" responses to understand why). Seems what we have here, per Jonah, makes good sense and is clear, even addressing the "destroying of coins." I still have to hear from Gizmodo, as I have not, yet, to reschedule given her burst pipes, etc.

1) There are claims that Paycoin reneged on a promise for a $20 floor, as I'm sure you know. I am looking for clarity here: Did anyone acting as a representative for GAW explicitly make this promise?

"No comment."

2) Can you offer insight about why this controversy happened- is it a misconception in the community? (I have read this post: https://blog.paybase.com/paycoin-and-the-20-base-an-overview/) but I am more interested in what GAW is doing *currently* to get the coin price up, and whether GAW still plans on fulfilling that goal.

The company is currently actively seeking merchant partners, working with a development team on a roadmap which will solidify the development of PayCoin as laid out in the whitepaper.  There are new stores and services coming online and being actively built which will increase the usability of PayCoin and we have not forgotten our core vision in developing PayCoin and our plan is to continue to realize that vision. 

3) This is what Josh is quoted as saying in an article on Coinbase:

“I always said two things. We would buy paycoins at $20, or we would use our resources to manage to $20. They both mean the same thing. We will do everything in our power to make the price $20. And that's what we are doing.”

Is that an accurate quote?

"No comment."

4) Are you being investigated by the SEC? If so, for what? 

Everyone operating in the crypto space is under inquiry, investigation, whatever the term of the day is.  We have no reason to believe we are any different and are happy to comply with SEC. 

5) What do you think some of the biggest misunderstandings/untruths floating around about GAW and Paycoin are?

The concept that PayCoin would built 100% and launched as a massive decentralized network and version 1.0 coin on day 1.   This was never planned and has never happened with a coin, ever. Cryptocurrencies launch and they take time to get the public running nodes and gain a decent autonomy from the creator. That timeframe is the reason why things like prime controller bidding were not put into the coin and not planned for 6 months. That said, we are on track in creating value for PayCoin.

With regard to "Test Node" coins. The prime controller used on the live net to test the variable staking system was not a "test node" it was an actual prime controller. Everything passed on the test net and then we moved that code over to a single prime node on the live net in coordination with our coin developers to ensure the fix worked correctly. The coins from that node were eventually destroyed.


6) Can you reveal any upcoming partnerships? With Amazon or other retailers/merchants? Or if you can't reveal specific partnerships, can you talk about what GAW is doing to pursue partnerships?

As we have learned from our past we cannot discuss upcoming partnerships or name any partners.   We have a team who spends all day every day working on partnerships with retailers, crypto service providers and merchants to grow PayCoin adoption.

7) What are some POSITIVE things happening with Paycoin right now?

We are working on a revamped roadmap and a set of developers to get the coin development restarted and bring some new and existing features to life in the coin.

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lol josh trying to sell the forum https://groups.google.com/a/geniusesatwork.com/forum/#!topic/ocf/z9cW6RJGDl0

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SEC investigation stuff https://groups.google.com/a/geniusesatwork.com/forum/#!topic/ocf/17lXN1FDJ7E

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Due respect and following the legal advice, but isn't it an "investigation?" And that being the case, are we not misinforming of the situation, which may have negative impact in the world in which we live? People, including us, are splitting hairs between "inquiry vs. investigation."

This version speaks the truth of the scenario:

"Yes, there is now an investigation being conducted by the SEC. As such we can not comment on any active investigation. We are complying with all requests made the SEC and are cooperating and working with them."

Wouldn't this blend be a bit more "transparent:"

"The company is currently responding to an SEC [investigation], and is fully cooperating with the SEC.  At this time we have no further comment per company policy concerning ongoing matters of this nature."

I may be misunderstanding based on literal meaning of the word "inquiry."

noun, plural inquiries.
1.
a seeking or request for truth, information, or knowledge.
2.
an investigation, as into an incident:
a Congressional inquiry into the bribery charges.
3.
the act of inquiring or of seeking information by questioning;interrogation.
4.
a question; query.

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Dan Kelley asking for money upfront because of cash flow problems.  Says he is working on the SEC stuff.
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I agree with whoever said the older one seems likely to have better stuff.

If we archive the right stuff I think GAW can be finished tonight.
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That was my first thought when there was a supposed reply from "Rashib" made on a public group thingy instead of a direct Email to Homero. Smells wrong to me.

Doesn't it look like a dump of a bunch of Garza's emails? Why else the spam from various retailers, etc.? And if it was GAW putting it up there, I'm not sure I see why they would have included a bunch of emails about failure to pay bills. [Edit]: not to mention what look like reports on various networks associated with Stuart Fraser. E.g.: https://groups.google.com/a/geniusesatwork.com/forum/#!topic/josh/n-4hIKtWfMM

Indeed .. I had tried to reach Josh indirectly through 2 friends ... both of their contacts appear in the email dump (from over a month ago).  Seems fairly complete.  Very interesting.

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Shit, why did all this have to happen at 1:30am in the UK.  Looks like I will have a lot to read when I wake up!
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