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Specific Projects => Muse/SoundDAC => Topic started by: Marky0001 on January 05, 2016, 05:36:54 pm

Title: It's time for some "fancy" news, isn't it? I mean some fake blablabla to keep us
Post by: Marky0001 on January 05, 2016, 05:36:54 pm
Believing in this great project!

Any news or is cob dead?
Title: Re: It's time for some "fancy" news, isn't it? I mean some fake blablabla to keep us
Post by: TravelsAsia on January 05, 2016, 10:51:12 pm
Believing in this great project!

Any news or is cob dead?

I heard from Cob a few days ago, the project is still very much in progress.
Title: Re: It's time for some "fancy" news, isn't it? I mean some fake blablabla to keep us
Post by: Musewhale on January 07, 2016, 02:21:27 pm
 +5% +5% +5%
great
good job
i like this
just do it
Title: Re: It's time for some "fancy" news, isn't it? I mean some fake blablabla to keep us
Post by: cob on January 09, 2016, 04:57:53 pm
Yes, "Fancy news" coming in a less than a week.
Title: Re: It's time for some "fancy" news, isn't it? I mean some fake blablabla to keep us
Post by: TravelsAsia on January 10, 2016, 04:17:57 am
Yes, "Fancy news" coming in a less than a week.

I hope it has to do with a roadmap and ETAs.  I know Peertracks isn't necessarily targeting the existing crypto market, however, I believe there's a lot of value hitting that market for MUSE investment once we have something to show.  People are tired of alt coins that amount to nothing. Artistcoins are interesting because it allows traders to buy coins in one central location that have individual rewards and something tangible backing it.  Artistcoins are basically a crypto trader paradise.  It's a small part of the market, but it would be one to help increase the MUSE value which gives us some leverage on being added to exchanges as well as increasing MUSE value enough where worker proposals make sense.
Title: Re: It's time for some "fancy" news, isn't it? I mean some fake blablabla to keep us
Post by: karnal on January 10, 2016, 07:46:52 am
I was rather disappointed when, after downloading the MUSE client, I realized it is essentially the bitshares2-light client with different colors.

Don't expect artists to be able to operate that ..
Title: Re: It's time for some "fancy" news, isn't it? I mean some fake blablabla to keep us
Post by: BunkerChainLabs-DataSecurityNode on January 10, 2016, 07:50:23 am
I was rather disappointed when, after downloading the MUSE client, I realized it is essentially the bitshares2-light client with different colors.

Don't expect artists to be able to operate that ..

It's an MVP.. its out there and thats what counts right now. Going forward improvements will be made and they will continue to optimize it for the industry and as they grow.
Title: Re: It's time for some "fancy" news, isn't it? I mean some fake blablabla to keep us
Post by: karnal on January 10, 2016, 07:57:33 am
We'll see. I hyped PeerTracks to a group of musicians where I've been staying, they all liked the idea and many were enthusiastic, but the disappointment was palpable when they saw the software.. know your audience, these tend to be people that pay great attention to aesthetics.

Most of us here would probably not mind functional but not too aesthetic, but by and large this is not how it works for artists.
Title: Re: It's time for some "fancy" news, isn't it? I mean some fake blablabla to keep us
Post by: Pheonike on January 10, 2016, 08:00:45 am
That's not the peertrack app/site. Peertracks is separate app. The artist won't bevusing that. That's for the traders.
Title: Re: It's time for some "fancy" news, isn't it? I mean some fake blablabla to keep us
Post by: Musewhale on January 10, 2016, 12:47:20 pm
I was rather disappointed when, after downloading the MUSE client, I realized it is essentially the bitshares2-light client with different colors.

Don't expect artists to be able to operate that ..

 :P :P :P BM time is too expensive, cob can not afford to buy
Title: Re: It's time for some "fancy" news, isn't it? I mean some fake blablabla to keep us
Post by: woolcii on January 11, 2016, 04:26:07 am

Yes, "Fancy news" coming in a less than a week.



cool
Title: Re: It's time for some "fancy" news, isn't it? I mean some fake blablabla to keep us
Post by: donkeypong on January 11, 2016, 04:48:20 am
Yes, "Fancy news" coming in a less than a week.

People are tired of alt coins that amount to nothing. Artistcoins are interesting because it allows traders to buy coins in one central location that have individual rewards and something tangible backing it.  Artistcoins are basically a crypto trader paradise.  It's a small part of the market, but it would be one to help increase the MUSE value which gives us some leverage on being added to exchanges as well as increasing MUSE value enough where worker proposals make sense.

Let's face it; PeerTracks has the most viral potential of anything crypto has ever seen. 7 out of 10 people you talk to in crypto automatically have a strong reaction to BitShares. They've heard of it and they either love it or hate it; that's why we need to reach other markets there. But PeerTracks/MUSE doesn't have that baggage; it should be attractive to almost anyone in crypto (and beyond). People are going to love this.
Title: Re: It's time for some "fancy" news, isn't it? I mean some fake blablabla to keep us
Post by: clayop on January 11, 2016, 05:11:00 am
Let's face it; PeerTracks has the most viral potential of anything crypto has ever seen. 7 out of 10 people you talk to in crypto automatically have a strong reaction to BitShares. They've heard of it and they either love it or hate it; that's why we need to reach other markets there. But PeerTracks/MUSE doesn't have that baggage; it should be attractive to almost anyone in crypto (and beyond). People are going to love this.

Well stated. In my guess, PeerTracks and its first product (we probably will know the name this week) attract many non-crypto people and their money with on-ramp service. We will say that it was a great opportunity to buy MUSE under 0.1 cent.
Title: Re: It's time for some "fancy" news, isn't it? I mean some fake blablabla to keep us
Post by: donkeypong on January 11, 2016, 05:37:23 am

Well stated. In my guess, PeerTracks and its first product (we probably will know the name this week) attract many non-crypto people and their money with on-ramp service. We will say that it was a great opportunity to buy MUSE under 0.1 cent.

Yes, seriously. I'm still speechless that the market values MUSE at anything less than $10-15 Million. I'd still be buying it at that price; the concept is worth ten times that. At current prices, I'm buying truckloads with every paycheck.
Title: Re: It's time for some "fancy" news, isn't it? I mean some fake blablabla to keep us
Post by: Marky0001 on January 11, 2016, 05:50:55 am
The question is only if this concept is valuable with those people who talk about it all the time and havent come up with something real to the table after almost 1.5years.

I can tell you that I will do some great thing collect your money and then keep you up to date with illusions.
Title: Re: It's time for some "fancy" news, isn't it? I mean some fake blablabla to keep us
Post by: donkeypong on January 11, 2016, 06:19:57 am
The question is only if this concept is valuable with those people who talk about it all the time and havent come up with something real to the table after almost 1.5years.

I can tell you that I will do some great thing collect your money and then keep you up to date with illusions.
Only fools would run away now. They've spent more to develop this thing than we have.
Title: Re: It's time for some "fancy" news, isn't it? I mean some fake blablabla to keep us
Post by: Marketorder on January 11, 2016, 10:55:42 am
How does Peer Tracks and Muse effect the price of Bitshares? The more people use Muse or Peer Tracks the higher Bitshares will go?
Title: Re: It's time for some "fancy" news, isn't it? I mean some fake blablabla to keep us
Post by: bitmeat on January 11, 2016, 10:57:35 am
Why would they do any "fancy" news?

I'd expect they'll just go back to the original proposal, since it was never truly delivered: "A toolkit to build DACs". Oh, wait. Ethereum already did.

But BTS can do it better, right? I mean 100K TPS and what not.

Yes, you can probably sense the sarcasm, but I must say also that I think the devs truly want things to work. It just always takes A LOT longer to deliver. That's the nature of software everywhere. I wonder if they said it would take 10 years, whether participation in the crowdfunding would have been drastically different.
Title: Re: It's time for some "fancy" news, isn't it? I mean some fake blablabla to keep us
Post by: xeroc on January 11, 2016, 11:40:34 am
Why would they do any "fancy" news?

I'd expect they'll just go back to the original proposal, since it was never truly delivered: "A toolkit to build DACs". Oh, wait. Ethereum already did.

But BTS can do it better, right? I mean 100K TPS and what not.

Yes, you can probably sense the sarcasm, but I must say also that I think the devs truly want things to work. It just always takes A LOT longer to deliver. That's the nature of software everywhere. I wonder if they said it would take 10 years, whether participation in the crowdfunding would have been drastically different.
"Graphene" is the name of the toolkit you are looking for ..
Title: Re: It's time for some "fancy" news, isn't it? I mean some fake blablabla to keep us
Post by: TravelsAsia on January 11, 2016, 10:34:40 pm

Well stated. In my guess, PeerTracks and its first product (we probably will know the name this week) attract many non-crypto people and their money with on-ramp service. We will say that it was a great opportunity to buy MUSE under 0.1 cent.

Yes, seriously. I'm still speechless that the market values MUSE at anything less than $10-15 Million. I'd still be buying it at that price; the concept is worth ten times that. At current prices, I'm buying truckloads with every paycheck.

I'm in the same boat.  This project is either going down in flames or a game changer, I'm betting on the later.  It's one of the few projects I've heard of that brings the power of the BitShares blockchain to a demographic that doesn't geek out on crypto talk. 

For the existing crypto traders, artist coins should also have a huge appeal.  Instead of dumping money into another alt-coin that will probably go nowhere, you can trade in similar fashion with real artists. Not only the ability to make some money trading but also get rewards for holding the artist coin.  Although this project isn't targeted to the crypto trading community, if marketed right, this could be the glory days of trading.
Title: Re: It's time for some "fancy" news, isn't it? I mean some fake blablabla to keep us
Post by: Musewhale on January 14, 2016, 05:20:19 pm
The question is only if this concept is valuable with those people who talk about it all the time and havent come up with something real to the table after almost 1.5years.

I can tell you that I will do some great thing collect your money and then keep you up to date with illusions.

I like this guy.  :P :P :P