I'm just making sure we distinguish between right and efficient.
The Market will almost always have inefficiencies. That doesn't mean that if you are buying below what the price should be, you will be able to turn a profit. You could have the foresight and proper analysis about something, yet you are not guaranteed to profit from it.
With respect to DNS I actually think the current price is right. There is no demand, because it will take a long time before DNS gets integrated. You don't just need yet another block chain. You need tools, browser plugins, awareness, examples, documentation, etc/etc/etc.
So yes, even though I'm interested in the technology, I'm not really interested in using DNS at the moment.
The notion of distributing to AGS/PTS holders guarantees over-supply at the beginning. But until true value is created all these DACs are virtually worthless penny stocks.
The prices we are seeing are just based on "future potential", not current usability. It is a very speculative valuation, but it goes without saying with high risk/high reward vehicles.
Here is an example - Market cap of BTSX is $60M, even though only 300K BitUSD has been created. So technology is there, but there just isn't enough demand yet. Can you imagine a real bank on Wallstreet that goes for IPO with $300K in user accounts and gets $60M market cap?