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Offline MrJeans

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How was the grammy awards?
« on: February 09, 2015, 07:25:07 AM »

Made any new contacts?
Were people interested in the idea?
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Re: How was the grammy awards?
« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2015, 01:17:15 AM »
I really really wanted to know more about this
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Re: How was the grammy awards?
« Reply #2 on: February 14, 2015, 01:26:29 AM »
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Re: How was the grammy awards?
« Reply #3 on: February 16, 2015, 08:02:37 PM »
Made any new contacts?
Were people interested in the idea?

Yes actually!

We met some very high powered people.
From lawyers (that run the business!), CEOs of huge (and I mean HUGE) corporations to very famous artists.

The idea that was reinforced the most though, and I'm very sad to say it here, is that we need to shut up about it. L.A. was shark infested. They will take your idea, run with it and leave you with nothing.

The forums of cryptoland appear to be turning against us because of our lack of transparency. And I would do the same haha. If I were following a crypto project that went dark, I would be worried too.

But there's not much we can do about that. I can either try to calm people down and look like an obvious scammer, or we can stay quiet about the business model, stay safe and simply deliver what we keep saying we will deliver; a platform in march.

People will be able to take PeerTracks for a spin in time for the Texas Bitcoin Conference.
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Re: How was the grammy awards?
« Reply #4 on: February 16, 2015, 08:07:22 PM »
Made any new contacts?
Were people interested in the idea?

Yes actually!

We met some very high powered people.
From lawyers (that run the business!), CEOs of huge (and I mean HUGE) corporations to very famous artists.

The idea that was reinforced the most though, and I'm very sad to say it here, is that we need to shut up about it. L.A. was shark infested. They will take your idea, run with it and leave you with nothing.

The forums of cryptoland appear to be turning against us because of our lack of transparency. And I would do the same haha. If I were following a crypto project that went dark, I would be worried too.

But there's not much we can do about that. I can either try to calm people down and look like an obvious scammer, or we can stay quiet about the business model, stay safe and simply deliver what we keep saying we will deliver; a platform in march.

People will be able to take PeerTracks for a spin in time for the Texas Bitcoin Conference.

Thanks for your update cob! And yes i can understand the pressure you are in currently!  Music biz is even one of the toughest biz out there, so i can completely understand your concerns about! Ohter way around u can also understand community on this point ... it's indeed a tricky situation you've to handle with!

But i'm confident you'll find the right way to handle this …

I'm eager to see peertracks software out in march :)
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Re: How was the grammy awards?
« Reply #5 on: February 16, 2015, 08:08:14 PM »
Made any new contacts?
Were people interested in the idea?

Yes actually!

We met some very high powered people.
From lawyers (that run the business!), CEOs of huge (and I mean HUGE) corporations to very famous artists.

The idea that was reinforced the most though, and I'm very sad to say it here, is that we need to shut up about it. L.A. was shark infested. They will take your idea, run with it and leave you with nothing.

The forums of cryptoland appear to be turning against us because of our lack of transparency. And I would do the same haha. If I were following a crypto project that went dark, I would be worried too.

But there's not much we can do about that. I can either try to calm people down and look like an obvious scammer, or we can stay quiet about the business model, stay safe and simply deliver what we keep saying we will deliver; a platform in march.

People will be able to take PeerTracks for a spin in time for the Texas Bitcoin Conference.

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Cob, I think you're very prudent and diligent person. I support your decisions and trust you :)
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Re: How was the grammy awards?
« Reply #6 on: February 16, 2015, 09:13:08 PM »
+5% ... maybe you can deliver some screenshots as a sneak preview ;) ..
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Re: How was the grammy awards?
« Reply #7 on: February 16, 2015, 09:16:27 PM »
Made any new contacts?
Were people interested in the idea?

Yes actually!

We met some very high powered people.
From lawyers (that run the business!), CEOs of huge (and I mean HUGE) corporations to very famous artists.

The idea that was reinforced the most though, and I'm very sad to say it here, is that we need to shut up about it. L.A. was shark infested. They will take your idea, run with it and leave you with nothing.

The forums of cryptoland appear to be turning against us because of our lack of transparency. And I would do the same haha. If I were following a crypto project that went dark, I would be worried too.

But there's not much we can do about that. I can either try to calm people down and look like an obvious scammer, or we can stay quiet about the business model, stay safe and simply deliver what we keep saying we will deliver; a platform in march.

People will be able to take PeerTracks for a spin in time for the Texas Bitcoin Conference.

 +5%
Cob, I think you're very prudent and diligent person. I support your decisions and trust you :)
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Re: How was the grammy awards?
« Reply #8 on: February 16, 2015, 10:40:03 PM »
Thanks for the post Cob.
Every now and again we just need a message like the one you just gave to keep us in the loop and reassure us of your existence  ;)
I look forward to the product

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Re: How was the grammy awards?
« Reply #9 on: February 17, 2015, 02:05:09 AM »
Please don't compromise the project because you feel pressure to make announcements.  A simple "Hey, we didn't go anywhere" is fine.  IMO, this is the first crypto project with real power to become mainstream.  Let's not screw it up.

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Re: How was the grammy awards?
« Reply #10 on: February 17, 2015, 02:21:01 AM »
Again, being transparent in a community whose members can't help much with the music business won't make too much sense. If you don't get it, check http://www.applebyte.me/

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Re: How was the grammy awards?
« Reply #11 on: February 17, 2015, 06:17:09 PM »
Thanks for the post Cob.
Every now and again we just need a message like the one you just gave to keep us in the loop and reassure us of your existence  ;)
I look forward to the product

Completely understandable yes.

BTW Notes will be made liquid soon. On the BTS blockchain. They will be made liquid so people can start trading them.
At the same time, we will release some info regarding the back end of the music project. This way people can actually know why they would want to hold, buy or sell Notes.

Basic stuff like what are the tweaks to the blockchain, what is the fee structure, is there a buy back, etc etc. Basic stuff really.
What PeerTracks will be capable of will be top secret for a little while still. For reasons mentioned above... mainly SHARKS haha
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Re: How was the grammy awards?
« Reply #12 on: February 18, 2015, 08:13:35 AM »
Awesome, looking forward to having a peek behind the curtain. Thanks for the update!

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Re: How was the grammy awards?
« Reply #13 on: February 18, 2015, 11:05:24 AM »
Thanks for the post Cob.
Every now and again we just need a message like the one you just gave to keep us in the loop and reassure us of your existence  ;)
I look forward to the product

Completely understandable yes.

BTW Notes will be made liquid soon. On the BTS blockchain. They will be made liquid so people can start trading them.
At the same time, we will release some info regarding the back end of the music project. This way people can actually know why they would want to hold, buy or sell Notes.

Basic stuff like what are the tweaks to the blockchain, what is the fee structure, is there a buy back, etc etc. Basic stuff really.
What PeerTracks will be capable of will be top secret for a little while still. For reasons mentioned above... mainly SHARKS haha
Cob, apparantly BTER will be opening it's doors soon for withdrawals of coins.
Could you contact them, when the snapshot is liquid, so we can withdrawal our NOTE snapshot?

The last thing we want is, a large holding of notes, in a hacked exchange.

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Re: How was the grammy awards?
« Reply #14 on: February 18, 2015, 11:29:02 AM »
Made any new contacts?
Were people interested in the idea?

....They will take your idea, run with it and leave you with nothing.
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