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thread on peercoin reddit
« on: April 05, 2014, 10:08:15 PM »

http://www.reddit.com/r/peercoin/comments/229ivs/hello_peercoin_people_im_new_and_trying_to_get_up/

This seems like the perfect audience to introduce at DACs. Someone want to have a go?
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Re: thread on peercoin reddit
« Reply #1 on: April 06, 2014, 01:56:09 AM »
I am a holder of peercoin with approximately 10% of my initial bitcoin holdings behind it.  I have been doing a decent bit of talking about this as well.  It is my opinion that alliances in these areas and with communities of a like mind are extremely important...good post.
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Re: thread on peercoin reddit
« Reply #2 on: April 06, 2014, 04:05:17 AM »
I think cooperation and consensus building are a great idea. Especially with Peercoin, which I really respect and which has a committed long term group of followers. But isn't Jordan Lee building Peershares, essentially their version of a simple DAC? I know they're probably nowhere near to Bitshares, and at best this probably would be something like Bitshares Me. But in some peoples' minds, I can see how Bitshares may be a conflict of interest, so to speak. I don't see it as a conflict, but some of them might.

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Re: thread on peercoin reddit
« Reply #3 on: April 06, 2014, 10:24:00 AM »
I think cooperation and consensus building are a great idea. Especially with Peercoin, which I really respect and which has a committed long term group of followers. But isn't Jordan Lee building Peershares, essentially their version of a simple DAC? I know they're probably nowhere near to Bitshares, and at best this probably would be something like Bitshares Me. But in some peoples' minds, I can see how Bitshares may be a conflict of interest, so to speak. I don't see it as a conflict, but some of them might.

They are building a colored coins application with peershares, not a whole bunch of applications...

Let's approach that community in a cooperative manner. Not like: We are better, come to us (like it was a bit the case with the Namecoin vs. DNS video). More like: Let the exchange of ideas between two great crypto 2.0 communities/projects, both with great a futures, be inspirational and beneficial for both sides.
 


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Re: thread on peercoin reddit
« Reply #4 on: April 06, 2014, 10:42:47 AM »
I think cooperation and consensus building are a great idea. Especially with Peercoin, which I really respect and which has a committed long term group of followers. But isn't Jordan Lee building Peershares, essentially their version of a simple DAC? I know they're probably nowhere near to Bitshares, and at best this probably would be something like Bitshares Me. But in some peoples' minds, I can see how Bitshares may be a conflict of interest, so to speak. I don't see it as a conflict, but some of them might.

They are building a colored coins application with peershares, not a whole bunch of applications...

Let's approach that community in a cooperative manner. Not like: We are better, come to us (like it was a bit the case with the Namecoin vs. DNS video). More like: Let the exchange of ideas between two great crypto 2.0 communities/projects, both with great a futures, be inspirational and beneficial for both sides.
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Re: thread on peercoin reddit
« Reply #5 on: April 06, 2014, 05:21:13 PM »
I think cooperation and consensus building are a great idea. Especially with Peercoin, which I really respect and which has a committed long term group of followers. But isn't Jordan Lee building Peershares, essentially their version of a simple DAC? I know they're probably nowhere near to Bitshares, and at best this probably would be something like Bitshares Me. But in some peoples' minds, I can see how Bitshares may be a conflict of interest, so to speak. I don't see it as a conflict, but some of them might.

They are building a colored coins application with peershares, not a whole bunch of applications...

Let's approach that community in a cooperative manner. Not like: We are better, come to us (like it was a bit the case with the Namecoin vs. DNS video). More like: Let the exchange of ideas between two great crypto 2.0 communities/projects, both with great a futures, be inspirational and beneficial for both sides.

Rule the galaxy as father and son, as it were?  ;)

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Re: thread on peercoin reddit
« Reply #6 on: April 06, 2014, 07:33:46 PM »
I think cooperation and consensus building are a great idea. Especially with Peercoin, which I really respect and which has a committed long term group of followers. But isn't Jordan Lee building Peershares, essentially their version of a simple DAC? I know they're probably nowhere near to Bitshares, and at best this probably would be something like Bitshares Me. But in some peoples' minds, I can see how Bitshares may be a conflict of interest, so to speak. I don't see it as a conflict, but some of them might.

They are building a colored coins application with peershares, not a whole bunch of applications...

Let's approach that community in a cooperative manner. Not like: We are better, come to us (like it was a bit the case with the Namecoin vs. DNS video). More like: Let the exchange of ideas between two great crypto 2.0 communities/projects, both with great a futures, be inspirational and beneficial for both sides.

Rule the galaxy as father and son, as it were?  ;)

hehe. Mr Evans likes to speak in riddles :)

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Re: thread on peercoin reddit
« Reply #7 on: April 08, 2014, 03:52:58 AM »
Sunny King just dropped in for a chat on their forum. Here's a transcript.

http://www.peercointalk.org/index.php?topic=2616.0

 

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