Author Topic: Ethereum's IPO (Again)  (Read 6905 times)

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Offline Riverhead

I wasn't going to rat you out :)

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To clarify by "play with" I meant use "the fuel" as a developer, not speculate.

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There's a section of the agreement that says you agree you're not a speculative purchaser. I get it but I'm not sure you can really control why someone buys something or how they'll spend it.
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Got 20K eth to play with... Will be interesting

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i don't invest . i am already comitted . in bytemaster i trust . ok, to much pressure  ;)

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If we can get BTSX, VOTE, and DNS to grow to something close to Litecoin then our development funds from AGS will exceed their $14MM :)


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Offline bytemaster

So it's raised about $14MM USD so far.  That's a lot of trust....or hope....or something.

If we can get BTSX, VOTE, and DNS to grow to something close to Litecoin then our development funds from AGS will exceed their $14MM :)
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So it's raised about $14MM USD so far.  That's a lot of trust....or hope....or something.

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It is amazing, in fact, to watch all those IPOs (non-IPOS, call them what you want) and the variety of ways everyone is coming his own new ‘improved’ way to make its distribution.
What is really astonishing is that practically all of them make little to no sense. Not because we are on this forum, but because it is the truth – AGS being pretty much the only exception.

Initially I didn't appreciate how elegant and fair AGS was. Its surprising that others are not copying it.

I have a good feeling about our Bitshares, If only the AGS was converted into something else so that the private key didn't have the risk of getting compromised.
there has been a great deal of hate sent toward invictus for AGS from people who do not understand that real, quality software needs solid seed funding that cant (easily) be dumped on by outside forces.  Invictus protected their entire operation (and its investors) by building a solid capital foundation instead of building it on quicksand.

I was initially in that camp...until I realized the greater purpose.
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It is amazing, in fact, to watch all those IPOs (non-IPOS, call them what you want) and the variety of ways everyone is coming his own new ‘improved’ way to make its distribution.
What is really astonishing is that practically all of them make little to no sense. Not because we are on this forum, but because it is the truth – AGS being pretty much the only exception.

Initially I didn't appreciate how elegant and fair AGS was. Its surprising that others are not copying it.

I have a good feeling about our Bitshares, If only the AGS was converted into something else so that the private key didn't have the risk of getting compromised.

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Yes, I have no idea what people donating the first day were thinking. The free market isn't all that rational.

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7000 BTC and running..

I'm gonna go ahead and guess 50 000 BTC by the end of this crowdfunding.