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Specific Projects => Muse/SoundDAC => Topic started by: Marky0001 on June 06, 2016, 09:47:06 pm

Title: Community sentiment - cob screwed us?
Post by: Marky0001 on June 06, 2016, 09:47:06 pm
Hello guys,

i am just wondering how many people are left that care about muse and still hold this token?

I have been trying for weeks to get a solid feedback from cob, but this guy has been stalling and never replied to the main questions.

What do you think? Is it just a really bad coincidence or is cob the worst project leader and crypto guy we came along in the bitshares space?

We havent seen any evidence from troopeers and there is no roadmap so no one knows where the project stands?

Do we have to face the fact that he will never come up with those updates and see this a huge fail? I havent seen anything but LIES over the last 5 months.

Just wondering because i have the feeling there is no one left and everyone already gave up hope or sold their tokens
Title: Re: Community sentiment - cob screwed us?
Post by: EstefanTT on June 06, 2016, 10:43:33 pm
Can you please stop beeing so dramatic all the time ?

Nobody promises you updates every nights before going in bed.

When there will be a news you will be able to read about the project as anyone else. If we never have more news ... well ... the conclusion will be kind of easy to draw.

Posting these kind of threads doesn't help your investment if the project is alive nor it helps get you money back if the project is dead.

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Title: Re: Community sentiment - cob screwed us?
Post by: Ben Mason on June 06, 2016, 10:50:19 pm
The only thing that makes sense to me is that cob has been caught between a rock and a hard place. I think he is a genuine person, but clearly has been through quite a set of challenges. I don't understand the lack of clear updates, especially when launching in May was the stated target. It is very frustrating. What can we do though?  I imagine there are many holders who are becoming demoralised. Unfortunately, the fun and enthusiasm is being drained from what was a very promising project and despite the failure rate of startups, the lack of solid information leaves a bad taste. As I've stated before though, I don't believe cob is the root cause. I'll admit though that irrespective of cob's intentions and efforts, I'm about ready to cut my loses. I just hope that whoever's behind the extremely poor information is not intending for holders to sell off in order to acquire more muse, given the funding challenges they've had.
Title: Re: Community sentiment - cob screwed us?
Post by: lil_jay890 on June 07, 2016, 04:01:31 am
Project smelled fishy from the beginning... spending all their dough on "networking" night club parties.  But hey, at least you guys got to see them having a blast sucking down cocktails on your dime.

There are going to be a lot more projects that turn out like this as the bitshares network and the ability to issue uias for dead end projects is a con artists dream.  Almost impossible to hold scammers\criminals accountable.

Title: Re: Community sentiment - cob screwed us?
Post by: Marky0001 on June 07, 2016, 05:35:08 am
I am not being dramatical just telling you what is obvious and cob acts like a scammer period.

I guess I won't hear anything from him telling the truth and the believe of most people in crypto is endless that's why you always applaud when cob posts a mile long bs update.

Just wondering how long it will take before the project will be labeled a scam officially.

The community is too small so no one will outside bitshares will ever take notice of it but cob got his 500k back then and had a good time with it 100%
Title: Re: Community sentiment - cob screwed us?
Post by: Marky0001 on June 07, 2016, 07:09:53 am
Project smelled fishy from the beginning... spending all their dough on "networking" night club parties.  But hey, at least you guys got to see them having a blast sucking down cocktails on your dime.

There are going to be a lot more projects that turn out like this as the bitshares network and the ability to issue uias for dead end projects is a con artists dream.  Almost impossible to hold scammers\criminals accountable.

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Title: Re: Community sentiment - cob screwed us?
Post by: karnal on June 07, 2016, 08:51:34 am
I have no stake in MUSE, follow the news here and there, it sure smells like scam.
Title: Re: Community sentiment - cob screwed us?
Post by: liondani on June 07, 2016, 11:43:17 am
bitshares has attracted many scammers by now... it would not surprise me if we count one more...
Title: Re: Community sentiment - cob screwed us?
Post by: ripplexiaoshan on June 07, 2016, 03:10:34 pm
All the crypto projects are very risky, but not all of them are intended to scam.
Title: Re: Community sentiment - cob screwed us?
Post by: Ben Mason on June 07, 2016, 06:05:01 pm
There is no way in hell that Cob scammed anyone.  If he could talk about whatever the issue is, he would. 

I wonder who is in fact controlling the project at the moment.
Title: Re: Community sentiment - cob screwed us?
Post by: karnal on June 08, 2016, 09:21:31 am
There is no way in hell that Cob scammed anyone.  If he could talk about whatever the issue is, he would. 

I wonder who is in fact controlling the project at the moment.

The reptillians, of course.
Title: Re: Community sentiment - cob screwed us?
Post by: cob on June 14, 2016, 03:39:22 pm
I'd hate to bring water to the mill but I'd like to respond to concerns.

This isn't or wasn't a scam. We aren't anonymous guys. Funds were spent where they appeared required.
And we were INVITED to "those fancy events" they didn't incur huge expenses. I almost regret sharing the pictures the events, but I don't (:
The project got industry attention. Delivery is what is missing.  Luckily Troopeers has started being demo'd. We'll soon have the metrics (users, income, eyeballs) required to move onto the next phase.

Ben is correct I'm not at the helm,  I initiated the project and a week later, Daniel introduced me to Eddie, PeerTracks CEO... possibly reptilian.
Title: Re: Community sentiment - cob screwed us?
Post by: btswildpig on June 15, 2016, 12:40:47 pm
I'd hate to bring water to the mill but I'd like to respond to concerns.

This isn't or wasn't a scam. We aren't anonymous guys. Funds were spent where they appeared required.
And we were INVITED to "those fancy events" they didn't incur huge expenses. I almost regret sharing the pictures the events, but I don't (:
The project got industry attention. Delivery is what is missing.  Luckily Troopeers has started being demo'd. We'll soon have the metrics (users, income, eyeballs) required to move onto the next phase.

Ben is correct I'm not at the helm,  I initiated the project and a week later, Daniel introduced me to Eddie, PeerTracks CEO... possibly reptilian.

what is reptilian
Title: Re: Community sentiment - cob screwed us?
Post by: gamey on June 15, 2016, 06:18:04 pm
I'd hate to bring water to the mill but I'd like to respond to concerns.

This isn't or wasn't a scam. We aren't anonymous guys. Funds were spent where they appeared required.
And we were INVITED to "those fancy events" they didn't incur huge expenses. I almost regret sharing the pictures the events, but I don't (:
The project got industry attention. Delivery is what is missing.  Luckily Troopeers has started being demo'd. We'll soon have the metrics (users, income, eyeballs) required to move onto the next phase.

Ben is correct I'm not at the helm,  I initiated the project and a week later, Daniel introduced me to Eddie, PeerTracks CEO... possibly reptilian.

what is reptilian

It means 'like a reptile'. This is a reference to some insanity based conspiracy theory where some lizard people control the world or some such..  I don't know the origins. Some fiction somewhere.

Look 2 posts above the quoted post, that is what Cob was responding to.
Title: Re: Community sentiment - cob screwed us?
Post by: LoveYouMakMak on June 15, 2016, 06:55:54 pm
Look at the good news, Muse is now extremely affordable leaving the top 100. At this rate, under 20 satoshi might be worth reinvesting.
Title: Re: Community sentiment - cob screwed us?
Post by: Marky0001 on June 15, 2016, 07:04:12 pm
I call 10sat a buy
Title: Re: Community sentiment - cob screwed us?
Post by: jwiz168 on June 17, 2016, 12:18:28 pm
Buy buy buy for me....
Title: Re: Community sentiment - cob screwed us?
Post by: Musewhale on June 17, 2016, 08:31:34 pm
I call 10sat a buy

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Title: Re: Community sentiment - cob screwed us?
Post by: starspirit on July 21, 2016, 08:43:08 am
I'd hate to bring water to the mill but I'd like to respond to concerns.

This isn't or wasn't a scam. We aren't anonymous guys. Funds were spent where they appeared required.
And we were INVITED to "those fancy events" they didn't incur huge expenses. I almost regret sharing the pictures the events, but I don't (:
The project got industry attention. Delivery is what is missing.  Luckily Troopeers has started being demo'd. We'll soon have the metrics (users, income, eyeballs) required to move onto the next phase.

Ben is correct I'm not at the helm,  I initiated the project and a week later, Daniel introduced me to Eddie, PeerTracks CEO... possibly reptilian.

A brief update from Eddie then?
Title: Re: Community sentiment - cob screwed us?
Post by: D4vegee on July 21, 2016, 01:03:06 pm
Id like to know what is happening. I put a few BTC into this. I dont even know how to claim my muse from invested BTC. Are there any instructions? Anywhere? This is all very vague.


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Title: Re: Community sentiment - cob screwed us?
Post by: hammurabi on July 26, 2016, 08:51:08 pm
Id like to know what is happening. I put a few BTC into this. I dont even know how to claim my muse from invested BTC. Are there any instructions? Anywhere? This is all very vague.

The step-by-step tutorial is here:
http://docs.bitshares.eu/muse/migration/howto-exporting-wallet-btc.html
Title: Re: Community sentiment - cob screwed us?
Post by: LoveYouMakMak on July 30, 2016, 08:32:54 am
I'd hate to bring water to the mill but I'd like to respond to concerns.

This isn't or wasn't a scam. We aren't anonymous guys. Funds were spent where they appeared required.
And we were INVITED to "those fancy events" they didn't incur huge expenses. I almost regret sharing the pictures the events, but I don't (:
The project got industry attention. Delivery is what is missing.  Luckily Troopeers has started being demo'd. We'll soon have the metrics (users, income, eyeballs) required to move onto the next phase.

Ben is correct I'm not at the helm,  I initiated the project and a week later, Daniel introduced me to Eddie, PeerTracks CEO... possibly reptilian.

A brief update from Eddie then?

Good luck with that one.