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Weekly Update: First ParJar Pilot Class, Constellation partners with Chainlink, $BAT on 2gether, Pynk on BlockMAG... – 11 Oct - 17 Oct'19
Hi everyone! Here’s your week at Parachute + partners (11 Oct - 17 Oct'19): The first ParJar Pilot Class is officially off to a roaring start with 5 amazing projects and their communities. Here’s to a great future. This was the perfect occasion to announce a ParJar Battle Royale for our ParJar Pilot partners. Blood will be spilled next week. Pow! ParJar now has almost 20k active users. It works in 400+ communities and has seen 400k+ transactions. Say what! Par4Par lottery entered stage 5 this week. The stakes are even higher. 250k $PAR in prizes. Dang! Reflecting on Vitalik Buterin’s observation, Cap says: “...we’ve done things in reverse here at Parachute - we grew an amazing community around exploring ideas and built our tech to meet what they needed”. What are your thoughts on buying houses for USD 1 each in an Italian town for building the Parachute village? Cap’s recommendation. Haha. Andy’s Advent calendar. Each window is a 16.9 oz can of beer. Sweet! We saw Tiproom become the 17th most active group on Telegram a few weeks back. Well, hold on to your pants because it is now the 12th most active group. Whoa! A big reason for the group’s constant buzz are the amazing trivias hosted by the TTR crew. This week was no different. Doc Victor’s Sunday medical trivia had 8 Qs, 3k $PAR each. This was a quiz with a twist. In Doc’s words: "..beware, in each question they will have to diagnose a case based on symptoms and signs that I will give them". Noice! Charlotte’s Tuesday Trivia had 10 questions with a 25k $PAR prize pool. Another trivia by Victor (not the Doc) had another 10 Q’s, 2500 $PAR each. Listened to the TTR theme yet? DJ Jose in da house with a rocking theme. Wicked! Congratulations to Mario for winning the pet contest in TTR. Sebastian made a compilation video of all the entries. Awww! Let’s see if Cap’s guerrilla marketing at Burger Joint in NYC gets us a new Parachuter Victor’s Friday trivia at aXpire was the usual 10 Q, 100 $AXPR per Q affair. And like always, super duper fun! If you missed news from Week 41 at aXpireverse, Joakim’s got your back. Check out his video to catch up. CEO Gary Markham travelled to India this week to prepare for the Bilr release. Click here to track the latest 20k $AXPR burn. Plus, a featured article by Hosting Advice was pretty cool. 2gether added Basic Attention Token ($BAT) support to the app this week. Let the $BAT spending begin! Use the invite code: paywithbat to get 100 $2GT free when you sign up for the app. Know of a startup that’s going to Malta Blockchain Summit? Let the XIO crew know since the team will be attending along with Uptrennd. Benjamin’s tutorial video on market cycles with the BOMB token as case study was riveting and full of useful info. This week’s Dash-walk-the-talk discussion revolved around getting unstuck as an entrepreneur. After taking inputs from the community 2 weeks back, the BOMB Board finalised on the team and way forward to manage the BOMB Instagram. For the latest update on the Birdchain app, click here. Congratulations to Bounty0x for crossing 2.5x of its funding goal on Republic with more than 2 months to go. Voyager is offering a 5% annual interest on ETHOS tokens held on their platform. Read more about it here. The news was also covered by SludgeFeed. Wendy O shared her usability experience of Voyager as well. Bitcoin ATM in Alexis’ neighbourhood. Cool! The McAfeeDex launched last week is off to a tremendous start. Bitcoin Cash’s Roger Ver spoke briefly on it in a news roundup video. 6 portals are live already. If you’re still wondering how to list your token on the Dex, here’s a simple guide from the man himself. Binance Chain support coming soon! SwitchDex is now trackable on DappRadar and State of the DApps. The team has set up a dedicated TG group for folks wanting to BUIDL on SwitchDex. Also, Callisto Network is slated to do a security audit of the McAfeeDex contracts. Great stuff! Peeps who missed the Fantom AMA with G.Crypto from 2 weeks back, can catch up from the transcript released this week. The latest technical update is detailed and covers all major changes in code. Uptrennd started a new video intro contest for a 2500 $1UP prize pool. Woot! Full transcript of Jeff’s interview with OmiseGo CTO Kasima from few weeks back was released this week. $1UP can now be spent in tons of retail chains thanks to a newly forged partnership with MobiePay. Last week we saw Jarau buy a laptop with his Uptrennd earnings. This week we learnt about Zubair buying a mobile phone with his $1UP earnings. Neat! The latest biweekly Dev update and weekly District update from Ditrict0x covers news such as Ethlance redesign, Meme factory NSFW filter etc. Uptrennd continues to breach new heights on Alexa rankings every week OST has set up a community slack to coordinate all Pepo related feedback received for the Pepo app. So join in if you want to help out! Did you know that Pepo is home to some of the most influential people in crypto? This week, we heard from Ethereum and Coinbase investor Bobby Goodlatte. The app crossed 20k P2P transactions and is now live in both app stores. The first such with micro-transactions, in-app purchases and cash-out options for crypto. Few weeks back, the Sentivate community chose to burn tokens (vs a raffle). This week, they voted on how many to burn. The $SNTVT crew sat down for a live Q&A with Bit Shaman this week. The team also wrote about possible future use-cases of the Universal Web with short story threads. Cryptoreview.xyz’s review of the project also came out this week. Constellation announced that it is joining Chainlink as a new node operator in order to stream enterprise data to Chainlink’s smart contracts. Click here for the PR release. The technical overview paper gets into details of what the partnership means for both companies. Bags Token hosted an AMA this week in their Telegram group. Hope you had an opportunity to get your doubts cleared. Community member Con built a $BAGS-centric image/gif board called bagsbook. Check it out! In a bit of a sobering news, Scroll (XD Token) ceased business operations this week. Constellation will act as an oracle for Chainlink by streaming verified data to the network Pynk was featured in the latest edition of the BlockMAG published by the Malta Blockchain Summit. COO Rupert Barksfield was invited by NatWest to speak on how to get traction for tech projects. Rupert’s interview by Ayo News where he explains how AI and crowd wisdom works in tandem at Pynk came out as well. Pynk Tank is Pynk's very own think tank intiative which hosts meet ups, panel discussions, podcasts with entrepreneurs, thought leaders etc. Their latest event was this week. Folks who are yet to figure out what Pynk does can read co-founder Zack Yurtsever’s article that explains it all. Following up on the Hydro Vault sneak peek from last week, check out its detailed update on the dev front. How can the Hydro platform be used to get acceleration for your fintech product? Click here to read how. Co-Founder Mike Kane travelled to the AWS Loft in NYC for the Shearman & Sterling Empire Startups Demo Day event to showcase Hydro’s fintech solutions. $HYDRO got listed on the Coinone exchange. This will be $HYDRO's first IDR fiat on-ramp. With bZx joining the Hydro dApp store this week, it now has an impressive line up of partners. Thanks to the massive community push, $HYDRO will be listed on Atomic Wallet in its next release. For a quick summary of the latest news from Hydroverse, click here. Most of these have already been covered in our updates. Silent Notary conducted the first ever speedtest of its IDL network. The team published the results and steps to optimise the code. In its current state, the network is able to execute 5-12 transactions per second. The first version of the SelfKey Corporate Wallet was launched this week. The corporate wallet will allow you to purchase digital services for your business in the future. Plus, a partnership with ChangeNOW allows easy crypto swapping from the marketplace. And with that, we close for another week in the Parachuteverse. See you soon with another update. Cheers!
Weekly Update: Launch of McAfeeDex, Hydro partners with OmiseGo, Jarau’s Uptrennd success story, OST’s Pepo @DevCon5... – 4 Oct - 10 Oct'19
Sup folks! Here’s your week at Parachute + partners (4 Oct - 10 Oct'19): First off, super congratulations to Alexis for becoming a Parachute admin. Woot woot! In the words of Cap: "Long overdue and much appreciated!". Doc Victor hosted a games trivia in Tiproom with 2500 $PAquestion prize. 10 questions. Charlotte’s Math and Voice Clip trivia in Tiproom were another 10 Qs each at 2500 $PAR per Q. Sweet. Ian got $PAR listed in the newly launched McAfeeDex (more on that later). Thank ya Ian! Cryptopreneurs looking for some guidance? Check out Cap’s recommended reading for the week – Haseeb Qureshi of Dragonfly Capital talks about how "pretty much everyone is winging it", how that's part of the journey and how to move from a maybe to a sure thing. Cap says the article “has a hundred powerful little points for building a company (in any space really) that resonate through what we do here at Parachute”. Great stuff! Parachute announced a partnership with Pynk this week. Pynk is an investment platform that uses crowd wisdom to make investment decisions. They will be using ParJar to share USDC and PAR with their community. Welcome on board Pynksters! Cap, Ice and Shawn in NYC checking out the new WeWork office View from the office Victor’s 10 question Friday trivia at aXpire had a 100 $AXPR prize for each question. Neat! Click here to watch the latest weekly recap from aXpire. The new Resolvr promo video was launched. The Resolvr and Bilr twitter handles were started as well. This week’s $AXPR burn saw 200k tokens removed from total supply permanently. CEO Gary Markham was interviewed by PetaCrunch. 2gether’s Crypto Talent contest got coverage from Being Crypto. Founder Salvador recorded training videos for participants of the contest. The platform was featured in an article on Merca2. Spanish speakers, have a look! Emprende TVE did a quick mention, as the team bid farewell to South Summit and travelled to Freshworks Inc's Experience Roadshow. Read up on CEO Ramon’s thoughts on Facebook’s Libra in this Forbes article published this week. The XIO community voted to keep the twitter public in order to keep content available to non-citizens as well. As part of the Binance Dex listing proposal*, the team continued to answer queries raised by the BNB community. Great bit of chatter on the thread on how the XIO ecosystem will work. Andrew (cryptocoindude) wrote a review of the BOMB project which came out this week. \[As already shared, the switch to Binance Chain has been shelved. $XIO will continue stay on Ethereum chain. But there will still be a token swap. Details will be shared in a future update]* Bilr UX: simple and intuitive The $ETHOS to $VGX rebrand requires collaboration from a large set of partners. In line with this, Shingo announced the Rebrand Partner Program. Plus, a shoutout to Voyager from Scott Melker in his CoinTelegraph article was the perfect way to cap off the week. SelfKey is officially out of beta with the latest update. You can read all about it in the detailed article on SelfKey v1.3.0. Also, a summary of all that has happened in September can be found here. We have covered most of these in previous updates. John McAfee launched his self branded decentralised exchange McAfeeDex. This is the first white label Dex built on the SwitchDex contract. Massive! The news was featured on CoinTelegraph, Decrypt, Bitcoin.com, AMBCrypto, Bitcoinist, Block Publisher, Coinspeaker and U.Today. Here’s a guide on how to use the Dex. The smart contract and front end is open sourced and there are bounties to BUIDL more fun stuff on it. Listing any ERC20 on the McAfeeDex is free and the Dex will support more blockchains in the future. SwitchDex will also be offering anyone the chance to launch their own Dex’es called portals built on their smart contract. Click here to see how. Platform fees from McAfeeDex will be distributed to exchange operators and ESH and SDEX token holders. Want to spend a day with the man himself? Get in on the ESH Trading Competition! Also, the social media bounties were distributed this week. McAfeeDex vs Others. Check the last row. Haha For the technically inclined, Andre Cronje’s latest post explains Fantom’s current project status. A community member got Uptrennd’s $1UP token listed on McAfeeDex. Uptrennd underwent some upgrades this week while the community partied on Meme Monday. $1UP deposits are now live on the platform. Plus, a few other updates can be seen here. There’s also a post to read all the details on the deposit feature. Along with the consistent rise in Alexa rankings, Google ranking has steadily gone up as well. Congrats! Here’s looking at you Uptrennd crew! Amazing crypto success story of the week has to be Jarau’s journey of buying a laptop with his earned points on the platform. Even Altcoin Magazine featured this. Big up to ya Jarau! Catch up with the latest District Weekly from District0x by clicking here. Hydro entered into a partnership with OmiseGo to make use of their plasma chain tech so that Hydro Pay doesn’t stall even when Ethereum chain slows down. Biz Dev Mark Anstead was also in DevCon5 in Osaka this week to spread the word on Hydro and to demo OmiseGo’s plasma implementation in Hydro Pay at $OMG’s booth. As the Hydro crew prepared for their webinar on financial wellness to be held in a few weeks, their article on this hit the stands. Co-Founder Mike Kane also wrote about its use-cases and about accelerating of fintech innovation in an Oracle blog post. This week we got to see another sneak peek into the Hydro Vault which is currently under development. Super slick! KPMG Turkey became a certified member of the Hydro Partner Program. This will allow them to offer all Hydrogen solutions to their enterprise clients. Noice! Hydro Vault is sure to grab some major eyeballs As part of its Notary Consilium, Silent Notary set up a dedicated Telegram group for this. In the run up to DevCon5 at Osaka, beta testing of OST’s Pepo app saw it become the #1 non-game Ethereum dApp. Awesomeness! The formal live beta launch of Pepo saw founder Jason Goldberg and co-founder Benjamin Bollen introduce the app for the first time at Building the New Web and EthPlanet Lightning Talks events to DevCon5 attendees. Don’t forget to get the app today in order to catch your favourite crypto thought leader on there – from Bobby Ong to Amanda Gutterman to Jordan Spence and many more. The launch of Pepo was also covered by Decrypt in a feature article. Click here for pics from the Pepo sponsored Shabu Shabu dinner and pub crawl. Fun! And if you were in Osaka, hope you didn’t miss the Crypto Grows on Trees art exhibition. Another event sponsored by Pepo. Also, Pepo stats can be tracked on the OSTWatch as well. This week at Constellation involved the core team sharing insights about the project on various platforms. Co-Founder Ben Jorgensen shared some quick thoughts on how the team works on BizDev that makes it stand out from the rest. BD VP Benjamin Diggles travelled to Oregon Venture Blockchain Studio Demo Day to talk about $DAG. Read up on VP of Finance Mathis Goldmann's thoughts on Constellation's role in the future of blockchain - "The solution to this issue (of scalability) is third generation horizontally scalable blockchains like Constellation…". Ben’s interview with FomoHunt had a few easter eggs (*cough partnerships *cough) peppered in between. The Daily Chain covered the project in a detailed feature. Tons of $BAGS tokens were given away this week in a community-based SWOT analysis sprint on the project. Also, here’s a call-to-action for content creators. BAGS is looking for you. Collab opportunity FTW! And with that, it’s a wrap. See you again soon with another exciting update. Bye!
Weekly Update: Welcome HYDRO to ParJar, Parachute newsletter signup, MatchBX Gigs, Wysker Series and Continuous Wyskering... - 22 Mar - 28 Mar'19
Good day everyone! Here’s another update for the whirlwind week we had at Parachute and Parachute/ParJar partners. IRL work keeps me from churning these out on time. Working on catching up quickly to try to post future weekly updates faster: A cool new community started to interact with ParJar this week. HYDRO was added to ParJar and ParJar added to the Hydro group. Fantom did a shoutout and CoinPedia also tweeted about ParJar. Thank you guys! Which makes me think, if this shoutout of the shoutout to our original shoutout is shoutouted by Fantom again, would it be a shoutoutception? Hmm. Also, we had our quirkiest game in ParJar yet. Parachuters had to use this site to find the most bizarre item. Best ones would win some cool PAR. Haha! The top picks were from Patri cko, Cryptovan and Clinton. New Wonders of the World circa 2019 There’s a new email signup link for folks new to Parachute. If you’re not receiving Cap’s emails, you can sign up there. Close to USD 600 has already been raised for the Charity Parena. Woot! To get in, make a small donation (min USD 5 or crypto equivalent directly and let Jason know or tip Clinton through ParJar) and get a chance to win a 1-of-a-kind shirt from the Parachute Shop! Plus, kiddie gear is now available in the Parachute Shop. All profits from the shop go to charity. Games Master Jason turned 34 this week. Belated Happy Birthday to ya Florida Man! We had uber fun with an accidental Cap discovery this week. Add your favorite number at the end of the following link to jump to any chat in the group. For example the following link takes you to the first ever message in Parachute. Awesome! Three Good Bois are counting on you to sign up for the Parachute newsletter The 2gether card was launched on 27th March for use across the Eurozone. The presale event is now listed on ICObench. Make sure to check out the BCT ANN. Admins on their TG are rewarding members with 2GB who make thoughtful posts there. 2gether has an opening for a Java Software Engineer. Have a look at their job listing and apply if you have what it takes! Spanish speakers are in for a treat this week: Cointelegraph discussed about the company in a write-up, founder Salvador’s article on the zero marginal cost concept was featured in a UNIR publication and CEO Ramon’s interview during a Madrid Stock Exchange visit also came out. The 2GT token will be issued as a Virtual Financial Asset (VFA) in Malta. Read more about it here. 2gether is the only one with a regulated token Still figuring out how to deploy your trading algo to your Binance account? Here’s a detailed look on how to set up your API keys and deploying a strategy to live markets on Binance using the Cryzen Code Studio. Also, belated birthday wishes to Shuvro. Hope you had a great one! Folks who haven’t subscribed to the Cryzen YouTube yet, subscribe now. They now have a custom handle. Community member Jonny did a little Cryzen shoutout towards the end of his detailed Crypto Asset Prediction Series. This week’s Saturday Rock Wars at PurpleCoin was for the best guitarist of all time. Jimi Hendrix won the public vote by a whopping margin. BOMB token is looking for ambassadors who can bring “liquidity, awareness, and education to the project”. Learn more about it here. Checked out Wysker Series yet? These are listicles of bundled relevant content aimed at user growth. Design geeks will find it fascinating. Plus, the app will see a new feature soon called Continuous Wyskering. Jonathan says: “After finishing one story, users will no longer have to go back to the home screen to discover new stories. Instead, the next story in line can be accessed with a simple swipe.” Neat! And finally, Birdchain has partnered with Blocklads to bring educational content to the app's learn tab. Look out for new content in that section! Shuvro’s ETC bot showing decent gainz Gigs are now live on MatchBX. Freelancers can create listings for their services directly and job posters can directly hire freelancers from there. Win win! If you’re not sure of what MatchBX is, read up on it here. Plus, the weekly AXPR burn went on as scheduled. Bounty0x crossed 500k+ monthly page views this week with a ~30% return visitor rate. If you’ve participated in a Cures Token bounty on Bounty0x, this article is super relevant. Also, KABN partnered with Bounty0x this week for running promotional bounties for their token offering. The ETHOS token is now listed on the ChangeNOW exchange. Much has been said about the Voyager-ETHOS deal so far. Shingo explains in this article why the partnership will be “setting new standards of transparency”. District0x’s weekly update covers a range of topics including Brady’s interview with A Garden of Crypto on all things District0x. AXPR tokenomics Altcoin Buzz featured Opacity this week and talked about their current development roadmap which includes the 1.0 site launch (which was also this week). Check out opacity.io for a look and feel of what’s in store for May. Badcredit wrote about Horizon State with a detailed piece. The Minister’s Recreational Fishing Advisory Council was announced this week as well. “The voting process has been transparent and historic - for the first time in South Australian Government history, Blockchain technology was used for the voting process." Big up to Horizon State for becoming a part of history! And finally, they closed off the week with a bang by getting listed on CoinExchange.io. John McAfee talks about Switch around the 11 minute mark in this interview with Satoshi Sean. Blockport was the centrepiece of this Coinvision article that explains the ins and outs of both the exchange as well as the BPT/BPS tokens. The Blockport STO is set for April 15th with more details in this post. If you’re interested and live in the EU or the US, the whitelist procedure is explained here. And finally, onto some Fantom news. Coinspeaker elaborates what the myriad partnerships mean for Fantom in this article. Like last week, Fantom capped off this week too with another exchange listing – ChainX. Boom! Thank you for taking the time. See you soon with another weekly update. Cheerio!
We are almost caught up now. In the homestretch folks! Here’s your week at Parachute (19 Apr – 25 Apr’19): This has been a fairly relaxed week. This post will be relatively shorter compared to earlier ones. The Charity Parena went on to raise over USD 700 and Gian won the Parena to take home a one-of-a-kind D&D themed Parachute shirt designed by Clinton. Chris turned 30 this week. Belated wishes to ya medicine man! Rene’s been a super trooper throughout the week for Wysker trying to get word out on the project. He’s been hosting giveaways and treasure hunts with WYS prizes from his own stack. Way to go bud! Remember Cryzen moved to Bangkok last week? Here’s a few pics from their office: An Office with a View Spanish fans of 2gether are in for a treat this week. CEO Ramon’s article “The rise of neobanks” was published in Forbes Spain. Expansion’s review of 2gether’s Visa card also came out this week. Woot! Blockchain Economia also reviewed the card in a brief article. This was week 17 of aXpire’s weekly burn for 2019 that went on as usual. CEO Gary was in the final shortlist to become a Board Member to the prestigious Hedge Fund Association (HFA). More updates on this in a future update. BOMB became the second most traded token on DDEX this week. Sweet! Bounty0x CMO Pascal sat down for an interview with Scott Cunningham where he talked about all things Bounty0x. Check it out, if you want to know the direction that the platform will be taking in the near future. After joining the Binance transparency initiative, Fantom followed it up with induction to Messari’s disclosures database. FTM supply curve. Metrics for Apr’19 Hydro partnered with Ferrum Network this week. Ferrum will be using Hydro’s Snowflake protocol for identity management in their financial applications. TD Bank Group (which entered into a relationship with Microsoft recently) did a small shoutout to Hydro in their PR announcement. The Hydro developer update covers a range of news including Snowflake protocol moving to mainnet, Hydro bounties for community developers etc. Lenny’s article talks about blockchain use-cases in healthcare and how various HYDRO applications could be useful this space. If you’re looking for a job in crypto/blockchain, check out Hydro’s latest career page. Opacity announced two giveaways this week. 500TB of storage was given away 500 new members in their Telegram channel. There’s also a Ledger Nano S up for grabs for their Twitter followers. Check out the rules here. Mike continues to make improvement tweaks to the WednesdayClub app. Lenny explains through this schematic how Hydro could play a part throughout the value chain In this article, Voyager CEO Stephen Ehrlich explains how the partnership with ETHOS is helping reduce the gap between digital and traditional finance. There’s also some sneak peeks into ETHOS development. Plus, here’s a quick technical explanation of SmartKeys used by ETHOS. Birdchain’s BTC event was announced this week. As part of this, the first 200 participants can trade their BIRD tokens for a bitcoin coupon. Here’s a tutorial on how to go about it. Content creators who want to make a living from podcasts or videos, have a read of Birdchain’s article on this. What next for BIrdchain? Check out this video on future updates. District0x’s District Weekly covers their favorite publications and latest proposals (none for this week). If you own a .eth domain, there’s an important announcement regarding domain migration. Make sure not to miss it. The District Roundup Live stream can be rewatched here. DNT is now listed on SwitchDEX. Neat! Switch is working on some updates for the coming months (new trading pairs, ESH listings etc.). Read more about these in their Medium post. And with that, it’s a wrap for this week. See you again soon. Ciao!
My weekend with Titanium Blockchain Infrastructure Services, TBIS
This is my first ever blog post so please excuse me if I don’t adequately meet up to your writing expectations or answer all of your questions. Just a warning I tend to be wordy. In the Telegram world, my name is “Titanium Big Fish” and I hold a 6-figure amount of Titanium’s utility token, TBAR. As many of you know, Titanium Blockchain Infrastructure was hacked February 21, 2018. Prior to the hack, I had always been active on the telegram channel and enjoyed talking of our future riches to others as I found myself loving the banter and comradery. Moon landings and Lambo’s were often the fun conversation. Unfortunately, this hack happened immediately after I sold my business and a week after my first child was born. I went from someone mentally retired on Titanium and crypto to someone unemployed with a newborn, having to now bust out my 2011 resume. By February 21st, I was known to the top level in the company as a 6-figure token holder and I was still actively accumulating, so when I noticed A LOT of BAR being dumped on IDEX, I sent a telegram to Richard the COO questioning the ‘sale’ of so many tokens. Much to my surprise, and until today, I have kept this to myself, Richard asked me for my email and to sign an NDA and I was to call into a group chat. Much of what I write here might “bend” this NDA. Besides myself on the call there were a few top-level managers. I was informed that there was a hack. Michael, the CEO sounded extremely upset. I could hear despondence and stress in his voice. Before they decided to go with their plan A, they wanted a token holders’ thoughts. Someone who might have some other insight into a different idea and hear how the community might react. I came up with an idea that was not feasible at the time which was to fork into the ‘ingots’ but Richard said the blockchain would not be ready for a few months and not a solution to stop the hacker from profiting. They then discussed an actual fork, that Richard and James could start working on ASAP. Everyone agreed that the fork was the best idea to prevent the hacker from profiting and TBAR was created at this point. Apparently, the team had previously contacted the exchanges, because our call ended when the IDEX owner called for Michael and Michael had to get off the phone with us to take that call. There were 4 takeaways from this phone conversation that I had. One: I strongly suggested NOT to reveal this hack to the community and to make up ANY excuse but ‘hack’ to the token holders. I knew the mention of that word, would cause the BAR price to plummet and as a large holder I wanted to avoid that. Michael said, that we had to take the high road, and be honest and transparent. I really felt that was a strong statement for him to have made and it was something that I am certain that I would not have been able to do in that moment had I been the CEO. Two: I immediately noticed there was one top level manager NOT on the phone call, the CTO. I had been following Titanium and knew all the management and expected the CTO to be on this call. Literally that week I had run background checks on everyone so when someone was not there, I took notice, especially since his background check had some minor criminal issues. Three: when I asked whom I thought could possibly do something like this, it was evidently clear to me that the others on the call had a definite idea who the hacker was and it seemed Michael even wanted to blurt it out, saying something about not knowing who your true friends are. Four: I found myself somewhat on the ‘inside’ of the company. The next few weeks were basically a nightmare. I had added to my holdings all month leading into the hack and even had a 5-figure order on the books that the hacker grabbed up. To say I was fully invested is an understatement. I became the voice of reason to many on the telegram channel, because I really believe in the project, and knew they would pull through and also suspected they knew whom the hacker was and his being caught was inevitable. Also, hearing Michael and Richards voices on the call to discuss options, gave me confidence that they had nothing to do with this. I also felt it best to be reasonable about my holding and think everything through logically and clearly before taking a negative stance on this. My logic and reasoning led me to fully believe in the team after seeing how hard they were working on resolving this. I always felt, if it was not for Hitbtc, this would have been a minor issue that would have been incredibly resolved quickly, brilliantly and with almost no loss of BAR. Over time, I started to grow closer to Richard and others on the team in my private discussions about the hack and my own Sherlock Holmes investigations. Unfortunately, I am still under my NDA and even now can not reveal things that I know because mostly they are circumstantial or might hinder the investigation. My NDA also prevented me from revealing other things that I had known in the past. For example, when a youtube interview was rescheduled, people blamed Michael for this. He seemed to be an easy fall guy, whom everyone felt just didn’t show up. However, I had known all along that it was cancelled by the interviewer and Michael was actually ready for the interview. One of the team members took the fall blaming themselves for this miscommunication. People questioned this when it was revealed, but I saw it as a team that never places blame on others and never speaks negatively about anyone, nor do they try to counter FUD even when they can and should. To me that is the sign of a company specifically thinking long term. I still have not seen a team member bad mouth anyone or any company (even HBTC). On a whim, I reached out to Richard and said that I wanted to meet him, to see the office and meet Michael. I was concerned about my purchase, of course, and felt as a token holder I needed to see what was going on. There was a blockchain event coming up in LA and I was told that weekend would work as Martha, the CCO, would also be there. For this trip, I rented my own car, paid for my own airfare and rented my own hotel room. Titanium did not pay for me to come out to LA and they did not suggest that I come. Titanium is not paying me to write this nor are they demanding I say or not say anything. I never intended to write anything about my trip and my trip was not intended to answer Q and A for myself, nor did I take notes until the last day. My purpose of the trip was not to learn roadmap details nor product details, so I apologize to those that think I will fill you all in on the goodies. I was told many goodies, but I took them in stride as a big whole positive picture. I went to see if this was a long-term hold, if I should actually buy more, and to meet the humans behind Titanium, to get a feel for them specifically. I have been careful in what I have written as to not excite people too much with mentioning things not fully completed nor have I mentioned things told to me that might violate others NDA and I do not go into detail at all on any road map dates nor many specific products really. For example, we discussed the Element wallet in detail, but I won’t mention it in this blog at all, nor will I mention many of the products being worked on. All I will say is that there are a lot of things going on. It took me 2 weeks to get this blog out, and as we know in crypto 2 weeks is a lifetime, so many of the issues discussed below have been resolved, as well as some of the questions at the end, have already been answered. My initial meeting with Richard and Martha was brief. It was a cordial meeting- the conversation focused on HITBTC, the big hack, the twitter hack, as well as the fud group. I initially asked what the plan was for HITBTC. Richard had told me he was waiting on their contact there to do what is asked of them, and though they seem to want to help, and they have agreed to help, they always seemed to stop short of helping. I asked if HITBTC wanted money to resolve this, he said yes, and he was willing to pay. Plan B, Richard said, will take place very soon. Although It is not an ideal solution, Richard would have to have each of the 1500+ wallet holders left on HITBTC send in proof that they have BAR on HITBTC, prove when that purchase was made, and individually, each wallet will be sent TBAR if they qualified. It would be a slow and tedious endeavor, that would use up a lot of manpower, but it would get done. The conversation then turned to the hacker. I can’t speak to most of this as it is under investigation and I don’t know the full details, neither did Richard nor Martha. We all have our suspicions, and everything is unfortunately circumstantial at this point, so we just had an in-depth conversation on the circumstantial evidence. I can’t really discuss some of this information however, it is my opinion that this hack was a hack of vengeance, and not really for profit for they would have waited for a much better time to hack and BAR was really under the radar at this point with very low volume. This person does not want Titanium to succeed and more so, has a personal vendetta against Michael. The amount of people on this list is very, very small and it seems apparent that this is what the FUD group was set up for. Interestingly, this same person that I suspect is often in the FUD group. I suspect the person that publicly stated they did not want a fork and also publicly insinuated we should have paid the hacker, is to blame. You can all decide on that one… Interestingly, when I asked the telegram group to send over some Q and A, only 1 person asked about the hack. It seems that people are starting to move on from it. The conversation then turned to the twitter hack and the FUD group (note: this group is currently shut down as of the writing of this blog). Much to my surprise these two things did not seem to bother Richard nor Martha very much at all as they were already past this and implemented new company protocols and procedures. They felt that they have done nothing wrong and were not concerned as the price of the token was moving downward with the market and was now currently sitting near or above ICO Ethereum price (actually as I finish this, it is double the ICO ETH price). It seems Richard was focused more on moving forward, hiring and getting the product created and out. Laser focused actually! We all suspected the twitter hacker and this FUD group are related. I suspect the same people. I learned, there is only 1 person that no longer works with the team, that would have access to the ‘released’ database (that was threatened to be released), and that person is active in that FUD group. That person still had access to the websites and I learned, apparently had shut them down a few times over the weeks. Richard said they are not even investigating the twitter takeover as it would not lead to much and they needed to focus on putting resources where they are better served. There were a lot of conversations back and forth between the founder of the FUD group and Richard. The founder of that group, was asking a large sum of ETH to do an AMA right after the hack. She was pretty upset that she was being ignored, to me it just made sense that during this moment of crisis, she obviously would not be priority #1, nor would a discord AMA be worth the price of many dozens of ETH. It is now old news, so lets move on. Prior to my arrival in LA, I received a message from someone on Telegram who had “secret information” and correspondence from Michael regarding moving the office to Europe. This individual had once worked for the team and worked on setting up a possible international office and wanted me to know this information. I thought that would be a great idea, to get away from the regulations of the USA. Initially the person seemed to be telling me this as if it was secret FUD that he had, but when questioning him more, he said this was discussed months earlier and definitely not an escape plan, but more so to expand our offices internationally. I asked Richard his thoughts on moving the company, and he said that there are definitely no plans on doing so, however they do plan on running the DEX exchange in a favorable European country. Malta (where Binance recently opened office), Switzerland and Belarus had all come up, but no decisions were being made as to where. They went as far as looking into the intricacies of opening bank accounts and offices if necessary in these European locations, but it has not moved forward at this moment. More details might be released soon, and if so, it is not FUD, but a well thought out plan by Titanium. They truly thought everything through on this. After about 90 minutes, Richard and Martha were heading to the office to meet Michael and interview 2 new engineers. My takeaway from the initial meeting was that I was surprised to hear Martha had recently just met Michael that morning, in person, for the first time. I had always thought they knew each other well, Michael always acted on the telegram that he was very personal with Martha, but I soon found out he is very warm and friendly to everyone. Richard and Martha had also just recently met face to face and only knew each other from Core through the ICO. My initial impression of meeting Richard is that he does not seem phased by anything. Every amount of FUD thrown his way he seemed to brush off with his answer of “we did nothing wrong, the product will speak for itself”. This seems to be his true belief. He is pretty certain of whom the hacker is, and does show some emotion when discussing that. Regarding the investigation, all Richard could say was that he was told something was definitely happening and news will be released soon. He is pretty calm and collected for someone basically running the helm here. Martha seemed to have her ducks in line and was very passionate about the project. She has the high energy and the knowledge it takes to fill her position with the company. That night I met Richard and Martha in bar in LA. We had a few drinks and the topic of course turned to Titanium. Most of the discussion that we had made me super excited, as it detailed many of the future products. I recall texting “Dr Hodler” the telegram manager, that night and telling him I am loading up on more TBAR (since my trip my position has increased by 5 figures). Much of my memories of the conversation revolved around the master nodes. This is where my NDA really kicks in, so I can’t go into detail about them. I know they will be tiered and they will exist, though Richard mentioned unlike regular master nodes that we know of, because those pay a dividend and as a utility token we have to avoid paying a dividend. They will be blockchain rewards based. So token holders that have master nodes will earn block rewards. This was very well thought out. What I will say, and this was a running theme for the weekend, is that Richard is extremely brilliant. Not the nerdy brilliant, one-subject brilliant or boring brilliant but the type of brilliant that probably knows more about your profession, than you do. The Jeopardy champion brilliant. He thought of so many intricate details on every product and regarding these nodes, and this company, that his excitement, passion and intelligence made me excited. He did go into technical detail on these things, but I would never be able to explain it correctly. It was very detailed and thought out. Though after this evenings conversation, I do see why Michael mentioned Elon Musk once in a telegram chat. What I would later find out about Richard was that at age 12 he was building and taking apart computers, and probably charging more to tutor people in computers, than a doctor was charging. He is someone that can lead Titanium to the top, someone that is motivated to, desires to, has the financial ability to, financial incentive to, and someone that will certainly be a huge success story in anything he wants. I am extremely confident in him and Titanium. Everyone wants to hear Michael speak, but Richard in my opinion is really the man behind the tech here. Unfortunately, like many tech guys (or geeks, though he does not come across as that), he is more comfortable behind the scenes instead of in front of a camera and never seemed to bite on my idea of getting him to do weekly video updates. The next day we met at the Blockchain conference. It was not a great conference, but I did end up meeting 3 guys from the LA office, the amigos as Richard would say. They seemed excited to be working for Titanium. They were all intelligent and high energy, amicable and knowledgeable on this space. They were open to doing whatever it is that Richard asked of them. They were however not engineers and are part of the admin team working with Michael out of the LA office and they were there to help network with some of the youtube speakers at the conference and to get TBIS name out. Eventually one of the guys, Alex, got us in the backroom with the main speaker and a youtube personality that I follow. I was excited that this happened however that youtuber seemed only interested in how we could help him, and since his future ICO seemed like shit to me, that was not gonna happen. One takeaway was that I was a little dismayed at the teams elevator pitch. Hopefully in the future if they get to sit down with a big player off-the-cuff like that, it would be a bit more organized. I know it was the first time something like this might have happened, so next time hopefully they prepare better. Sales is extremely important in this space, and being able to spew EXACTLY what you need, what you do and how you do it, all within 30 seconds, has to be practiced. I can tell it was not. It did not matter because this guy was a dud, even though he was a main youtuber, it just goes to show these youtubers just are out only for themselves. Interestingly, in later conversation, I asked if Titanium ever paid “Supoman” and I was not surprised to hear that they 100 percent never had. Our next stop after the conference was to head to the new office to meet Michael. One of my many reasons for investing into the ICO was because this was a USA based company, something located close enough that I could visit if I needed and because of Michael. When I first met Michael, I could see he was extremely well liked by his staff. A few of the guys that I met had come along to the office, and he hugged them when he saw them and seemed to be very warm, friendly and easy going. I have only heard great things about Michael from people that know him and worked with him and I remember our conversation on the phone after the hack how he seemed pleasant even in crisis. He was very professional as well as friendly, we shot the breeze a bit. It was mostly small talk. I had wanted to bombard him with a bunch of questions, but at the time, it didn’t seem appropriate as I was not one on one with him. Richard had already told me there was an investigation going on, but that it was secret and unless I could get alone with Michael I foresaw that was not going to be answered. He definitely seemed more the sweet, caring, puppy loving, family loving, honest and easy-going type, rather than anything else I could have imagined. I didn’t see any ‘snake oil salesman’, ‘used car salesman’ type at all. In fact, how this guy could have any enemies anywhere actually is surprising. I immediately liked him and could see why he would be good in sales. I assume anyone that does not like him, has clearly never met him. When I thought about the office, I envisioned it where every techie developer on the team would be flown in worldwide, living out of a commune together and working 24/7 on Titanium. I envisioned team brainstorming meetings in a huge conference room with 100s of people running around. Well this I have come to understand is not what happens in the real ICO world. Titanium has a really nice office (the new carpet smell was prevalent) though it was not set up completely. It is perfect size for a start-up and I suspect mostly will be Michael’s home base /private office. Especially since Richard said he was not only not moving to LA, but that he was opening up his own office in Oregon (apparently Eugene is a tech town). Much to my dismay, the LA office is just not going to be an active hub of developers and engineers burning the midnight oil. What I have come to know is that the best developers and engineers, just don’t live in LA, nor do they want to, and I can definitely understand that. So, although Richard interviewed a few developers the day before, that might work in the office, he even said they could probably work from home (after implying he was hiring them). The LA office will house most of the admin people working for Michael and possibly the future sales staff, but really won’t be much of an active office with engineers working so anyone wanting that 24/7 camera set up in the LA office, I have given my two cents that it is stupid idea and a complete waste of time, money and energy as there will not be people burning that midnight oil like I suspected. Previously, Richard had mentioned to me and to the telegram group that they have hired about 40 contractors and subcontracted engineers and Michael agreed with that statement when I brought it up. Richard has also told me they are hiring up to about 60 in total. I was pleasantly surprised to hear such a large number. He said they will be located worldwide and did mention what cities he was advertising in, but I have since forgotten. For the most part, people working for Titanium, will work remotely. Richard did state that anyone working for TBIS moving forward will be solely employed exclusively by TBIS and not allowed to work on any other project but ours. That was also refreshing. Other things that were discussed with Michael was the FUD group. Again, I found it interesting that Michael did not seem to care too much about this group. I was under the impression he did not even know much about them at all. Seems the team doesn’t feel they have anything to worry about. The common theme is that they are a utility token, a product, sold to the public for future use in their ecosystem. When asked by me if they thought about getting a cease and desist on the group, they shrugged off the idea. Interestingly, everyone that bought into the ICO is now up money on TBAR compared to ETN, ETH and probably every other coin used to purchase BAR (unless fiat was used) Titanium is trading spectacularly compared to the rest of the market. One last thing that happened in the meeting with Michael was that when I revealed someone wanted me to reach out to the ex CTO for a conversation with him, Michaels demeanor completely changed. He went from a smiling happy guy shooting the breeze about the office furniture, to a complete 180 turn, becoming a stern father figure telling me exactly not to go play in shit. Basically, he gave me warning that it would be a bad idea and lets just leave it at that. That night we ended up going back to Richards Airbnb. We all played a bit on the telegram and chatted about how inexpensive TBAR was. It was here that one of the main team members that I was with went on IDEX and purchased 12,000 TBAR after confirming the price was just too cheap at .25 cents. I also was told that recently another main team member bought a larger amount of TBAR in the 40 cent range. That was confidence building for me. Then it came up that immediately after the hack happened Richard and Martha confirmed that Richard went through ALL 22000+ wallets, one at a time, to take a snap shot of each wallets BAR holdings, to know who had what at the time. This took many hours. I was impressed. It seems that he has a lot of passion for this company and desire for it to succeed and, also that he doesn’t mind taking a back seat to all the work he does. I felt at that moment that I should write a little blog about my trip so that others can see how much work these guys are doing. Martha is also completely on the ball. She is overwhelmed I am sure with her duties, but seemed to handle everything perfectly in stride. She is also very intelligent and has her Master’s Degree in Communications from an amazing school. So even though she came from CORE, seems she is a great fit for the job. Sunday afternoon we spent a little time going over some questions that were asked of me on the telegram chat. Much like some of my blog, some of the issues and questions have already been resolved. I apologize it took me so long to get this out. I do want to make clear, the purpose of my trip was not for me to get answers to certain questions, it was for me to meet the team, see real substance, and get a better understanding of Titanium, it was not a Q and A session for me. It was about absorbing and getting a feel for TBIS. It was for myself and not really to make this blog. I am not technical, so I could not dig too deep into technical details, if you want those answers, hopefully the new Q and A weekly newsletter will answer those for you. I am under an NDA so some of the questions or concerns that I might have answers to, are tough for me to relay. But here are a few paragraphs of what came from these questions. As far as partnerships are concerned, Titanium is obviously seeking out many strategic partnerships, but the product is high priority right now. Politically it is hard to discuss potential partnerships before they actually happen, so there was no set name of a partner that was mentioned. Nor did I ask. This seemed to be the theme with exchanges as well. There was a mention to me of a few exchanges that were seemingly definitely coming, but they cannot be revealed by me because there are NDA’s with those exchanges and of course things could change. I assure you from what was randomly said to me, possibly by accident, there is a real great one coming. But again, that can always change. Product completion is imperative for acquiring customers as well, but I was happy to hear Richard and Michael are flying to Thailand to meet with a potential customer. That seems to be something Michael mentioned in a video and it was confirmed with me that it was indeed definitely happening. As for seeing Michael more, Michael is now focused on the big picture of Titanium as a whole and will be fostering past and new relationships and partnerships for the most part. Due to this he won’t be available as much for video interviews going forward. Hopefully that changes, but the team feels that it is a positive for him to concentrate on the connections he has first and foremost. Masternodes will be tiered and might be set up like block rewards as opposed to dividends. The larger the amount of tokens, the more possible rewards could be earned……. No word yet on how many tokens are needed for MN, rewards will be based off the new token and not TBAR. 10,000 was recently confirmed as one tier. The way it is set up, the # of tokens will not be diminished in our lifetime, I am not sure exactly where this supply is coming from but when I asked where do the never ending supply of blockchain rewards come from, I was told, block rewards are similar to how bitcoin works and the economy is designed to last longer than any of our lifetimes. Tbar will not be minable. There are plans to un ban everyone that has been banned in telegram and start a new slate, once things clear up with all the TBAR HITBTC nonsense. It might be read only or they might open it back up with a short leash, but that is definitely on the agenda. I myself will probably unban everyone banned to read only shortly. There are no patents at the moment- can’t really patent some of this kind of software but if they can they will try. They are looking into all IP patents however, and any patents they can get, they certainly will. Technical whitepaper- a new version is coming with more tech specs and with a tech write up but not how things will work, that isn’t going to be released. No public github but Richard will write a readme writeup for github explaining their open source stance. Some will be open source but it takes longer to open source. Companies often do this. Telegram for example has their app open sourced and some server tech but not all of it. Titanium is concentrating on only hiring the best people around. When asked exactly how many are currently hired full time the answer was- there were already 35 direct hires and they have some contract employees working on a couple of the projects with them (I guess this is the 40 total mentioned before). The website is being redeveloped because it was still in control of the ex CTO, who actually might have crashed it multiple times and took the ICO site offline a few times. Hmmmm, interesting. Some of the new projects will have one-of-a-kind technology. Some were explained in depth and sound awesome… As far as competitors go, Richard seemed happy that Google and others have been very clear on what they will be creating and he says it is not anything like what TBIS is doing. Here are some other direct questions answered briefly. How can long term holders be rewarded? Staking of their tokens for services as well as Master Node options. Is there an ever a reduction of supply? Burning is being heavily considered as services are being paid for. Premium Michael promised after the hack? ICO supporters will have something. It is not solidified yet, the team can’t wait for ICO buyers to hear about it in the official announcement. When can we expect a working product? They currently have working versions of their product and it’s constantly evolving. Open Betas and Alphas are upcoming but I couldn’t get exact dates yet. Apparently, software design is often tricky but they have a good team and always hiring. As far as some past FUD I would like to answer. Many brought up the home address as the address of record on TBIS website and incorporation. Those of you who question this have clearly never set up a small business in the USA. The process is simple. You can NOT lease an office without a corporate bank account, you can NOT get a corporate bank account without incorporating and you can NOT incorporate without an address. It is all one big catch 22. So, the VAST majority of business have 1 or 2 options. One is to use a home address or maybe a PO Box though I don’t think that is allowed in my state, the other option is to pay a ‘registered agent’ to collect your mail and use their random address. This is what a lot of companies do, but it costs money and there is no need for it. There is absolutely NO FUD nor concern that TBIS used a residential address as their initial address. All of my businesses have been incorporated at a residential address. Also, I ran a background check on the 5 current and an ex main player of Titanium and 4 of the 5 background checks (the 4 current and new employee) were clean as can be, completely stellar, the 5th was not. I also have a friend that works for the FBI. She is a psychological forensic profiler. Now I personally do not have an answer to whom was contacted regarding the hack, but my FBI friend said there is no chance, zero chance that the FBI will discuss any ongoing investigation with any Joe from the general public. She went on to say, unless you are an interviewed suspect or the victim, you would not be told about an ongoing investigation. She was very adamant about this. Even stating, “Do you think they would have fielded your call about Madoff?” However, she went on to say that the FBI would be the wrong people to contact regarding a crypto hack and that a private company that specializes in this stuff would be better, as FBI agents (in her words have no clue about this stuff) and make about 1/3 what a private company would pay their hackers. So, this sums up my visit. I learned many things and I hope I could help you with some of your questions. I know I could not answer the whodunit question nor give a price prediction of the future of TBAR, nor resolve HITBTC for you, sorry. One of the most important things I realized is that this is truly a startup. If you are looking for a quick buck it is probably not happening. I think this frustrates many of you, causing unnecessary FUD. Much like my newborn stretching and kicking and making awkward faces, Titanium is in the newborn phase doing similar things. Finding their strong points, falling down a little, scratching themselves and even maybe a little crying / firing. Eventually, like my son, things will fall into place and what we will end up with is a very successful operation because all the groundwork is being laid right in front of our eyes. I was privileged to see the office blueprints, hear conversations about the hiring of team members, meet the CEO, hear about other offices being started, and the intricacies of products that are being built. I believe that once they overcome the hack and hitbtc and the fud, things will be smooth sailing when they can truly focus on all things positive. Those that are interrupting this process are like the big dumb schoolyard bully that doesn’t realize that instead of picking on the cool nerdy kid, they should join forces with this kid, help him off his feet as this will one day grow into something extremely successful. But like the big dumb bully, unfortunately you just can’t reason with stupid.
Jim Preissler, CEO AMA Session On Telegram, Friday 13 July 2018 - Everything!
For those of you who like to go through everything in their correct order to get context, here is the full AMA from beginning to end. Knock yourself out. Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:01] Hi everyone Scarlet ~ trade.io Admin, [14.07.18 00:01] [In reply to Henry] The first 1000 will receive email either on 16 or 17, but before exchange actually launch. Dustin McDaniel, [14.07.18 00:01] Jim in the house! ?? Crypto Bling, [14.07.18 00:01] Hi jim trade.io, [14.07.18 00:01] Hello Jim! Scarlet ~ trade.io Admin, [14.07.18 00:01] [ GIF ] TSas, [14.07.18 00:01] Hello Jim S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:02] Hello jim Satish, [14.07.18 00:02] Wassup man! Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:02] Been busy getting ready for the launch and signing some more partnerships for us Hiro S, [14.07.18 00:02] Hi Jim Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:02] Good morning / afternoon / evening / go to bed to all of you! Dustin McDaniel, [14.07.18 00:03] [In reply to Jim Preissler] [ GIF ] Le Tai, [14.07.18 00:03] Hi Jim Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:03] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] yeah, thats exactly how I feel Ro$€, [14.07.18 00:04] Nice to hear the new partnerships S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:05] Hey S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:05] Jim can u tell me which all coins will be listed intialy?? Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:06] [In reply to S Aggarwal] Initial will be the basic, big coins, but then will roll out a ton after, especially ERC20 Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:06] Have a bunch of listings and ICO clients that will come out quickly as well trade.io, [14.07.18 00:06] Hi Jim, here's a question and a suggestion from Phil(@PhilWall10):
When the calculator will be available for the lp pool?
I would like to see a 1% bonus for the first day that the exchange is Trading ,just for investors that held over 25,000 Tio's something like that would be nice.
Zeep, [14.07.18 00:06] hi Jim S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:07] [In reply to Jim Preissler] I am asking for those 10 basis ones Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:07] [In reply to S Aggarwal] is there a particular one that you are driving towards? S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:07] Eos S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:07] Xrp Paul Johnson -trade.io, [14.07.18 00:08] I can help out here, as the list came up a short time ago: BTC - Bitcoin BCH - Bitcoin Cash ETH- Ethereum LTC - Litecoin TIO - TradeToken USDT - May be available right at launch or at the very least within 2-3 days following launch TSas, [14.07.18 00:08] Jim, here's a question: What are the plans with FX Primus? Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:08] [In reply to S Aggarwal] Both those require testing, ERC20 will be sooner S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:08] [In reply to Jim Preissler] K Dustin McDaniel, [14.07.18 00:09] Jim, Can you speak any on the progress with regards to regulations in the various jurisdictions? Which jurisdictions is trade.io currently focusing on, or which is top priority at the moment? S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:09] Also can u please tell me approx figures u have earned out of ico consultantancy..? Just to have a idea about profit in ico S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:10] Also what is your status for regulatory licences?? Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:10] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] Working on HK, Singapore, Switzerland, Malta right now as the bigger ones. Smaller ones as well. We are meeting with regulators in the US as well HODL Droid, [14.07.18 00:10] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] Same question + will TIO be tradeable with other comodities listed under FX Primus ? Jimmy Choo, [14.07.18 00:10] Hello, Jim. My question is : After the exchange has been launched, how is the price movement of TIO in the future? S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:10] Are u also acuiring one for india?? Ro$€, [14.07.18 00:10] I want to ask when can we have the new Roadmap? S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:11] [In reply to S Aggarwal] @JimPreissler Scarlet ~ trade.io Admin, [14.07.18 00:11] Lets hold until Jim clears these questions. Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:12] [In reply to Jimmy Choo] you tell me Ro$€, [14.07.18 00:12] [In reply to Jim Preissler] :)) Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:12] [In reply to S Aggarwal] India is unclear as to regulations right now Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:12] [In reply to Ro$€] After exchange and LP launches Le Tai, [14.07.18 00:13] When exchange platform support fiat? Thank you Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:13] [In reply to HODL Droid] @biggiepaul will get back to you S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:14] [In reply to S Aggarwal] @JimPreissler please answer this as well Jimmy Choo, [14.07.18 00:14] [In reply to Jim Preissler] Do you not have any estimation for it? Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:14] [In reply to Le Tai] soon, there is no regulatory issue, just want to scale into features Paul Johnson -trade.io, [14.07.18 00:14] [In reply to HODL Droid] Most likely not, as its a crytpo asset so it will be traded against other cryptos. Ro$€, [14.07.18 00:15] [In reply to Jim Preissler] Can you clearer on that? Will we have connect with bank account, convert directly into fiat? S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:15] @JimPreissler what is the ETA for decentralised exchange?? Hai Nguyen, [14.07.18 00:15] Hi Jim, could you tell me when LP will full launch? After 30 days of exchange? And the profit of LP will count from the 1st day of exchange launch? Morbidus, [14.07.18 00:16] Will Trade.io move to comply with the SEC and other regulatory bodies worldwide as they ask for information on customer protections, etc? TSas, [14.07.18 00:16] [In reply to TSas] Answer pls Jim Paul Johnson -trade.io, [14.07.18 00:16] Guys, kindly hold off on the rapid fire q's, pls let Jim answer one at a time Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:16] [In reply to Hai Nguyen] profit starts immediately, LP will launch after 30 days Hai Nguyen, [14.07.18 00:17] [In reply to Jim Preissler] Full launch or Beta launch? Paul Johnson -trade.io, [14.07.18 00:17] [In reply to Jimmy Choo] Impossible to know, however, we are actively exploring moving TIO to exclusively to be traded on trade.io exchange and delist from other exchanges, for more control over price manipulation. Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:17] [In reply to Morbidus] Already started, meetings already happening. We will do what we can to eliminate insider trading, wash trading, bots, fake volumes, all the bad things that hurt customers and plague other exchnges Paul Johnson -trade.io, [14.07.18 00:18] [In reply to S Aggarwal] There is no ETA at this time, we're fully focused on making sure we have a flawless centralized exchange and execute on the liquidity pool. Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:18] [In reply to Hai Nguyen] there is no more beta, full launch is next week Dustin McDaniel, [14.07.18 00:18] [In reply to Jim Preissler] ???? Hai Nguyen, [14.07.18 00:19] [In reply to Jim Preissler] I mean the about the LP Morbidus, [14.07.18 00:19] [In reply to Jim Preissler] great thanks Crypto Bling, [14.07.18 00:19] [In reply to Jim Preissler] Sweet???? Tommy Vu, [14.07.18 00:19] [In reply to Jim Preissler] ?????? Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:19] [In reply to Hai Nguyen] profits start accumulating next week Ro$€, [14.07.18 00:19] [In reply to Paul Johnson -trade.io] Whats solution in the future to avoid sth like Bitforex? S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:19] @JimPreissler will Tio offer margin trading?? " Not giving away CS, CAS and TIO", [14.07.18 00:19] When 1 tio Zeep, [14.07.18 00:19] how much coin exchange? Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:19] [In reply to Ro$€] they picked us up on their own S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:20] And What about futures and options (F&O)[email protected] Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:20] [In reply to S Aggarwal] We will, working with risk mgmt to get it structured Paul Johnson -trade.io, [14.07.18 00:20] [In reply to Ro$€] Impossible to prevent a supposed decentralized exchange from listing TIO Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:20] [In reply to S Aggarwal] Talking to some vendors specifically about this as possible partners Jimmy Choo, [14.07.18 00:20] [In reply to Paul Johnson -trade.io] Thank you, Jim. Hope exchange is a hit. ?? Paul Johnson -trade.io, [14.07.18 00:21] [In reply to Hai Nguyen] LP not sooner than 1 month following exchange launch Paul Johnson -trade.io, [14.07.18 00:21] [In reply to Jimmy Choo] It will be unlike anything anyone has seen yet. Dustin McDaniel, [14.07.18 00:21] [In reply to Jim Preissler] Maybe question is about the launch only being for 1000 people. Is LP being targeted launching 30 days after July 17th? or after it is fully available unlimited> S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:21] @JimPreissler will Tio have algo trading?? Zeep, [14.07.18 00:21] jim. how much coin exchange? Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:22] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] the limitation to 1000 is not really for technology reasons, its more to allow customer support to get feet under them before we pummel them Hiro S, [14.07.18 00:22] Jim, I know this a tough one, but there is a lot of specuative thoughts around what LP will share when it starts, and I saw way too optimistic, in my view. Today, the expectation of nothing will be distributed on the first month and lots will be distributed that will make TIO moon are two events of equal probability, at least for me. Can give us a better directions that any of this outcome is not a 50/50 probability? Or being more direct, how much can we expect from LP daily payouts in the first month? Nothing at all? Something more than current airdrops program? Or much more than current airdrops? thank you. Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:22] [In reply to S Aggarwal] talking to a partner on that currently as well Hai Nguyen, [14.07.18 00:22] [In reply to Jim Preissler] I mean which version of LP will launch after 30 days of exchange full launch? Beta version LP or full version LP? I see the new road map on trade.io website, it has beta LP. Paul Johnson -trade.io, [14.07.18 00:23] [In reply to Hai Nguyen] there is only a full version of LP, there is no beta version of LP Zeep, [14.07.18 00:23] jim. how much coin list on exchange? Dustin McDaniel, [14.07.18 00:23] [In reply to Jim Preissler] Fantastic S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:23] @JimPreissler just a confirmation that u have wavied trading fee but we will get other income like spread in lp for 17 july to 17 aug (30 days after launch)?? Crypto Bling, [14.07.18 00:23] [In reply to Jim Preissler] Nice???? Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:23] [In reply to Hiro S] The exchange needs to ramp and generate volume, then the LP will have meaningful distributions Grimlock, [14.07.18 00:24] [In reply to Paul Johnson -trade.io] not sooner or not later? Hai Nguyen, [14.07.18 00:24] [In reply to Paul Johnson -trade.io] ??, thank you. Paul Johnson -trade.io, [14.07.18 00:24] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] Note, that its 1K on Day 1, looking to open up to many thousands, within only a few days following launch Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:24] [In reply to Zeep] depends on volume and user base of the coin. send details to [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) TSas, [14.07.18 00:24] Jim, what are the plans with FX Primus? Paul Johnson -trade.io, [14.07.18 00:25] [In reply to TSas] Hey Tsas, i can help with that one. Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:25] [In reply to S Aggarwal] correct, only trading fee waived initially Paul Johnson -trade.io, [14.07.18 00:25] [In reply to TSas] The current initiative with FXP, is to accept TIO as a deposit method, then eventually allow TIO to be traded on the platform. Ro$€, [14.07.18 00:25] Which users will have profit from LP in the first 2 months? Only the first 1000? Any new formula to calculate S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:26] [In reply to Jim Preissler] Thanks for confirmation Paul Johnson -trade.io, [14.07.18 00:26] [In reply to Grimlock] Definitely not sooner, and might be later. Dustin McDaniel, [14.07.18 00:26] [In reply to Paul Johnson -trade.io] Thank you, now knowing that is is limited release based mainly to help support team, it is a lot clearer.. Gives assurance that team is confident on the technology side TSas, [14.07.18 00:26] [In reply to Paul Johnson -trade.io] ?? thanks Paul Johnson -trade.io, [14.07.18 00:26] [In reply to Paul Johnson -trade.io] No worries though, as revenue generated will be calculated from Day 1 of the launch Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:27] Obviously, the success of the LP is directly tied to success of exchange Grimlock, [14.07.18 00:27] [In reply to Jim Preissler] and vice versa i suppose Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:27] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] People harder to scale then tech Paul Johnson -trade.io, [14.07.18 00:27] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] Correct, there is no level of training that can prepare support/finance, etc. once live users come through the door. This is not our first rodeo with running brokerages, so we understand its a completely different ballgame once the bright lights are on. S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:28] @JimPreissler will there be something which tells the days profit with its details for transperancy before lp launch? Dustin McDaniel, [14.07.18 00:28] [In reply to Paul Johnson -trade.io] so, revenue generated to this point, through ICO consultancy, etc... is not included in LP? Only what is generated after exchange launch? S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:28] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] They said eariler it will be included Ro$€, [14.07.18 00:28] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] As i remember, it is included Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:28] [In reply to S Aggarwal] There will be a LP distribution amount widget, but not promising that before LP launch Paul Johnson -trade.io, [14.07.18 00:29] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] I stand corrected, you're correct, ICO consultancy rev's will be included regardless when exchange launches. Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:29] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] its included Dustin McDaniel, [14.07.18 00:29] You guys ROCK!! Crypto Bling, [14.07.18 00:29] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] +1 Grimlock, [14.07.18 00:29] ???????????????????????????? Ro$€, [14.07.18 00:29] Which users will get it and how? Tommy Vu, [14.07.18 00:30] [In reply to Crypto Bling] ?? Jimmy Choo, [14.07.18 00:30] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] +10 Paul Johnson -trade.io, [14.07.18 00:30] [In reply to Crypto Bling] [ Photo ] S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:30] Is there any hardware wallet also as a gift from selfkey partnership?? S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:30] Like airdrop Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:30] [In reply to S Aggarwal] ? not sure of Q Ro$€, [14.07.18 00:31] My question pls Jim Hai Nguyen, [14.07.18 00:31] How is about Blossom wallet? Ro$€, [14.07.18 00:31] [In reply to Ro$€] .. S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:32] Can u please tell security measures taken for exchange... As these days many exchanges are being hacked even the so called best exchange i.e. binance , bancor etc Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:32] [In reply to Hai Nguyen] That wallet is under development, which makes it easier to participate in ICOs, have KYC, etc. Dustin McDaniel, [14.07.18 00:32] [In reply to S Aggarwal] And on that note.... Are there plans to provide insurance against hacking? If wallets get hacked is it guaranteed that owners will get all their tokens back? One suggestion is that part of the undistributed funds from the LP (due to tiers with percentages less than 100%) can be used to offer such insurance, If unnecessary...if not, could be retained by the company …Security is obviously of the utmost importance especially if trade.io is targeting institutional investors. This insurance would bring extra peace of mind. Johnson, [14.07.18 00:33] Jim, what measures will be taken to boost the trading volume of TIO token after launch of exchange. With liquidity pool, I think the volume might be very low as it is today DeviLpaL ~ trade.io Moderator, [14.07.18 00:33] Hold on guys. Let jim answer Q one by one Hiro S, [14.07.18 00:33] There was some thoughts that running costs would eat up the revenues that was already generated from consultancy arm that would left very few to be distributed. COuld you tell us this is not the case? And in general, costs to be subracted from LP is only direct costs that affects it, could you confirm that as well? thank you. Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:33] [In reply to S Aggarwal] We have inhouse, outside team, cloudflare, fireeye, etc. S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:34] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] I think the undistributed profit (as for those having less than 100%) will add to profit of next day Grimlock, [14.07.18 00:34] [In reply to Jim Preissler] the important question is still: in case of any hacking, are we guaranteed our tokens back? Paul Johnson -trade.io, [14.07.18 00:34] [In reply to Jim Preissler] To elaborate, virtually all client assets are kept in cold storage as well. Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:34] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] We are lookng for ans on that, so I like the suggestion. Nothing definative yet Dustin McDaniel, [14.07.18 00:35] [In reply to S Aggarwal] I believe any undistributed for the day would be retained daily Ro$€, [14.07.18 00:35] [In reply to Grimlock] Agree, noone can say i am unhackable Dustin McDaniel, [14.07.18 00:36] [In reply to Jim Preissler] Thank you Paul Johnson -trade.io, [14.07.18 00:36] [In reply to Ro$€] There is no company in the universe that is "unhackable" DeviLpaL ~ trade.io Moderator, [14.07.18 00:36] Ro$€: Which users will have profit from LP in the first 2 months? Only the first 1000? Any new formula to calculate Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:36] [In reply to Johnson] if you look at the token economics of TIO, it is deisgned to be more like a berkshire hathaway than a high volume penny stock. The goal is to drive value, not volume. The more value we create, and with low float, this will be good for price S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:37] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] At the end what to do with it ...it will keep on accumulating .... Better to distribute Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:37] [In reply to Paul Johnson -trade.io] We are not skimping in any areas or security, it is a high priority S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:38] [In reply to S Aggarwal] I think jim should clarify on this Ray Zhang, [14.07.18 00:38] Any news about the license? Ro$€, [14.07.18 00:38] [In reply to Grimlock] I would like to ask what the solution if that ever happens. For sure, i dont want it :) but i want to know S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:38] Do we have any security feature like bnt had to freeze [email protected] Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:39] [In reply to S Aggarwal] what was the orig Q again :) Hiro S, [14.07.18 00:39] [In reply to Jim Preissler] I definitely like that. ;) S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:40] [In reply to Jim Preissler] The question is that... What will happen to the undistributed profit due to people having less than 100% profit share in lp?? S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:40] [In reply to S Aggarwal] @Guitarplyr Dustin McDaniel, [14.07.18 00:40] [In reply to Jim Preissler] concerning undistributed LP profits, they do not roll over, correct? Retained daily by the company? Soroush, [14.07.18 00:41] Talking about licenses, Jim, can you tell us which one is your top priority? US, Swiss, FX? Hiro S, [14.07.18 00:41] [In reply to Jim Preissler] I simpatize with this “insurance” would be also a nice promo tool on top of all top security measures and if security play its roles it will be an asset that company will have anyway. Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:41] [In reply to Ro$€] We will xplore insurance and other things, but same ans for all of crypto, there is nothing like FDIC yet Dustin McDaniel, [14.07.18 00:41] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] Or put into seperate fund, to provide insurance, buy back and burn programs, etc... :) Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:42] [In reply to S Aggarwal] cover down days is the main use Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:42] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] those can all be considered Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:43] [In reply to Soroush] scroll up a bit S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:43] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] This will be nice i think first to set aside 10%profit for buy and burn Tio and to distribute 50-50 (i.e. 45% of total ) to mgt and lp S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:43] @JimPreissler Dustin McDaniel, [14.07.18 00:43] [In reply to Jim Preissler] Its why I love this company, project, and vision so much Ro$€, [14.07.18 00:43] [In reply to Soroush] U r bit late buddy Hiro S, [14.07.18 00:45] [In reply to Hiro S] @JimPreissler can u comment on this pls. I think if LP is able to share good profits on first days that would be good marketing and this may possible because of accumulated revenues. samy101, [14.07.18 00:45] This is promising and time to buy more Tio’s. Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:45] [In reply to S Aggarwal] too early to be planning or discussing buybacks at this point, most don't fully understand the long term ramifications of this anyway. Most crypto doing this haven't thought it all the way through, but that is discussion for another day Den, [14.07.18 00:46] Hello guys, hi Jim! Got a question about negative days for LP. I don't really understand how it can be, exchange should stop trading and other revenue streams should be off for that day? Oliver, [14.07.18 00:46] Are you guys familiar with Ian Balina? He was hinting to an exchange partnership in his last video. The company will sponsor his world tour and meetup. It is not binance so I was hoping it could be TIO haha Oliver, [14.07.18 00:46] *that's for Jim or BD Johnson, [14.07.18 00:46] Jim, regarding trading TIO on competitors exchange. Are there plan to get TIO de-listed from other centralized exchange? This is necessary to avoid price manipulation. Also, is it possible that these exchange refuse to de-list TIO when you request? Ro$€, [14.07.18 00:47] [In reply to Johnson] Thats answered, up buddy Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:47] [In reply to Den] There is risk making markets and providing liquidity Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:48] [In reply to Johnson] They could refuse S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:48] [In reply to Oliver] +1 S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:49] @JimPreissler is that exchange he is saying TIO Hugo Cruz, [14.07.18 00:49] What r the rewards for someone the buys TIO now before launch of exchange? S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:49] [In reply to Hugo Cruz] Capital gains Scarlet ~ trade.io Admin, [14.07.18 00:49] [In reply to Hugo Cruz] Capital appreciation. S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:49] [In reply to Scarlet ~ trade.io Admin] U are late S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:49] Haha Scarlet ~ trade.io Admin, [14.07.18 00:50] I know.. Hugo Cruz, [14.07.18 00:50] [In reply to S Aggarwal] Thats wut they said when bitcoin was 20k. Ro$€, [14.07.18 00:50] [In reply to DeviLpaL ~ trade.io Moderator] One more time Jim :) Q still Scarlet ~ trade.io Admin, [14.07.18 00:51] [In reply to Hugo Cruz] 30 cents vs 20k, c'mon man. Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:51] [In reply to Oliver] I am going to find that Bitconnect guy! BITTTCOONNNEECTTT! S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:51] [In reply to Johnson] @JimPreissler please answer this Oliver, [14.07.18 00:51] [In reply to Jim Preissler] hahahaha Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:51] [In reply to Ro$€] We are only limiting to 1000 until customer service, and any other issues are under control Leo Elias, [14.07.18 00:52] [In reply to Jim Preissler] [ ?? Sticker ] Dmitry K, [14.07.18 00:52] [In reply to Jim Preissler] [ GIF ] Dustin McDaniel, [14.07.18 00:52] Are MEW or other wallets going to be integrated in such a way as to make it possible to be able to participate in the LP without having them on the exchange? If this is actually possible that is. Will Private Keys be made available to the holders of the wallets in trade.io? Dustin McDaniel, [14.07.18 00:52] [In reply to Jim Preissler] ?????? Oliver, [14.07.18 00:52] [ GIF ] Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:53] [In reply to Johnson] yes, we will try to pull down elsewhere. no guarantees they will do it though S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:53] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] It will make no sense for company. To share profit withour using assets Ro$€, [14.07.18 00:53] [In reply to Jim Preissler] That was cleared up, but how to distribute the LP profits from Ico, which custumers? Or we need the formular till LP launched? Dustin McDaniel, [14.07.18 00:54] [In reply to S Aggarwal] Asking mainly for other community members who are looking for answers from managment S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:54] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] Np Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:55] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] yeah, also not sure on security on that as well. May be part of hybrid DEX solution Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:56] [In reply to S Aggarwal] And transaction fees would be high, since every transaction would be recorded on BC, cant really use ledger. Not ideal overall Dustin McDaniel, [14.07.18 00:56] Couple more questions from community members... Are there any updates on the Angel Investors Program? What roles do Kosmos, Plutus VC and Blockway Capital play in the Angels Investors Program? Dustin McDaniel, [14.07.18 00:56] [In reply to Jim Preissler] Thank you for those answers Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:57] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] We are sending them deals to look at where they know we already did KYC, took a first pass, etc. They are also bring us deals to look at as well Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:58] couple more minutes, then going to lunch! S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:58] Will Tio place there own buy and sell orders toaintain liquidity?? Grimlock, [14.07.18 00:58] [In reply to Jim Preissler] one last question from me, Grimlock, [14.07.18 00:58] are you confident that we are all going to the moon? Grimlock, [14.07.18 00:59] ?? Dustin McDaniel, [14.07.18 00:59] [In reply to Grimlock] ?????? Satish, [14.07.18 00:59] ???????? S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 00:59] [In reply to S Aggarwal] @JimPreissler Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 00:59] [In reply to Grimlock] how much trading are you going to do :) Hiro S, [14.07.18 01:00] [In reply to Hiro S] @JimPreissler can comment on that pls, thank you. Soroush, [14.07.18 01:00] Jim, will we have any kind of voting system for new coin listings? Can you tell us anything about your plans on how new listings will be done? Would TIO owners have any privileges over others? Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 01:00] [In reply to S Aggarwal] We will keep risk low initially, but over time us and outside (insitutional) providers will be doing this Grimlock, [14.07.18 01:00] [In reply to Jim Preissler] am just going to hold. buckle up and sit tight. is that alright with you? S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 01:00] [In reply to Jim Preissler] Very less ... As i am all in in TIO and now dont have any penny to trade Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 01:01] [In reply to Hiro S] You mean operations??? No that is covered from our 50% Dustin McDaniel, [14.07.18 01:01] Any fear that the initial 1000 will be doing no trading since they are loyal TIO holders, and all-in already? ?????? S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 01:02] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] Yes???? S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 01:02] [In reply to S Aggarwal] . Hiro S, [14.07.18 01:02] [In reply to Jim Preissler] ok, it is clearer now. thank you. Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 01:02] [In reply to Dustin McDaniel] then we add more Leo Elias, [14.07.18 01:03] Uscitizen when ? Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 01:03] [In reply to Hiro S] An "expenese" would be an affiliate commission or something like that, not operations Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 01:04] [In reply to Soroush] we are not looking to limit coins by any means, just need a controlled process to roll them out Hiro S, [14.07.18 01:04] [In reply to Jim Preissler] understand even better now. :) S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 01:04] [In reply to Jim Preissler] Good... So approx how many coins before lp launch?? Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 01:04] [In reply to Leo Elias] hopefully soon, been talking to FINRA and SEC Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 01:05] [In reply to S Aggarwal] We will get to EOS and XRP pretty soon :) S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 01:05] Haha S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 01:06] [In reply to Jim Preissler] I want others too as have economic interest via lp Jali, [14.07.18 01:06] [Forwarded from .] Ok Tnx Got it Leo Elias, [14.07.18 01:06] [In reply to Jim Preissler] [ ?? Sticker ] Dustin McDaniel, [14.07.18 01:06] [In reply to Jim Preissler] ???? Johnson, [14.07.18 01:07] I Missed response on licenses, can someone please repost? S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 01:07] [In reply to S Aggarwal] @JimPreissler any estimate Ro$€, [14.07.18 01:08] Any plan that we can store Tio in hardware wallet like Ledge Nano? Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 01:08] [In reply to S Aggarwal] ERC20 - we are looking at rolling out maybe 200 as soon as possible, but priority is on listing clients and ICO clients Dustin McDaniel, [14.07.18 01:08] [In reply to Johnson] Working on HK, Singapore, Switzerland, Malta right now as the bigger ones. Smaller ones as well. We are meeting with regulators in the US as well S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 01:08] [In reply to Jim Preissler] K Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 01:08] [In reply to S Aggarwal] And for you, EOS and XRP S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 01:09] [In reply to Jim Preissler] Thanks trade.io, [14.07.18 01:09] [In reply to Johnson] I'll PM you Soroush, [14.07.18 01:09] [In reply to Jim Preissler] Consider Tezos too plz, right now they only have two low-key exchanges available with high fees Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 01:09] [In reply to Soroush] sure Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 01:09] Maybe they can pay us to list them :) Jack, [14.07.18 01:10] hi Jim, which kind of wallet we are using after exchange go live? Jim Preissler, [14.07.18 01:10] OK, I have a hot lunch date with my 5 year old. I will be back on here in a bit. Thanks everyone!!! Jack, [14.07.18 01:10] cos Blossom is under development Hiro S, [14.07.18 01:11] Thank you Jim, very quality AMA! trade.io, [14.07.18 01:11] Thanks Jim! S Aggarwal, [14.07.18 01:11] Thanks jim for ama @JimPreissler Johnson, [14.07.18 01:11] Thanks Jim! Enjoy your lunch Ro$€, [14.07.18 01:12] Thank you Grimlock, [14.07.18 01:12] ok guys, AMA is over. Time to load up your TIO bags and check in! Jack, [14.07.18 01:12] [In reply to Jack] hi @Trade_IO, could you answer this? trade.io, [14.07.18 01:13] For your Q's please drop Admins a PM. We will collect your Q's and forward it to Jim. The AMA with Jim will also be uploaded on our Reddit page. Thank you! ???, [14.07.18 01:13] Jim,I strongly recommend that you develop app!! Paul Johnson -trade.io, [14.07.18 01:13] Thanks Jim, Admin, and of course the TIOnauts...great dialogue as usual
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