Poll

We will go to:

1c (now)
1 (14.3%)
2c
1 (14.3%)
5c
0 (0%)
10c
1 (14.3%)
15c
0 (0%)
20c
0 (0%)
30c
1 (14.3%)
50c
0 (0%)
$1
0 (0%)
$1+
3 (42.9%)
0.5c
0 (0%)

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[Poll]Are we going back up to at least 2c?
« on: March 28, 2015, 09:50:13 pm »
I think we're about to jump back up again!
We just have to wait.

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Re: [Poll]Are we going back up to at least 2c?
« Reply #1 on: March 29, 2015, 01:21:33 am »
I think the poll could be improved by including a time frame.

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Re: [Poll]Are we going back up to at least 2c?
« Reply #2 on: March 29, 2015, 03:15:07 am »
I believe in 1-2 months time, we should see $0.30.

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Re: [Poll]Are we going back up to at least 2c?
« Reply #3 on: March 29, 2015, 07:48:42 pm »
I voted 2c as in, yeah I'm fairly certain we'll at least hit that at some point given my positive outlook on successful servicenode implementation and liquidity drying up as staunch supporters like myself continuously buy fairly large amounts fairly cheaply.

The problem is without continuous updates, transparency, or at least a somewhat tentative road map from the development team, investor confidence will begin to waver.  We're not the only coin looking at masternodes anymore.  In fact, it's looking like bitcredits and crave may have them out far sooner than our next round of testnet.  However, I think if we can roll out servicenodes with instant transactions in the next few months, the sky is the limit and would give the development team a tremendous amount breathing room and time to look at other implementations for service nodes as the dynamic masternodes and ease of set up would be more than enough incentive to bring in a slew of new investors.  Especially considering how inexpensive it'll likely be to run a service node, at least initially, compared to the alternatives.   
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Re: [Poll]Are we going back up to at least 2c?
« Reply #4 on: March 29, 2015, 09:38:11 pm »
I voted 2c as in, yeah I'm fairly certain we'll at least hit that at some point given my positive outlook on successful servicenode implementation and liquidity drying up as staunch supporters like myself continuously buy fairly large amounts fairly cheaply.

The problem is without continuous updates, transparency, or at least a somewhat tentative road map from the development team, investor confidence will begin to waver.  We're not the only coin looking at masternodes anymore.  In fact, it's looking like bitcredits and crave may have them out far sooner than our next round of testnet.  However, I think if we can roll out servicenodes with instant transactions in the next few months, the sky is the limit and would give the development team a tremendous amount breathing room and time to look at other implementations for service nodes as the dynamic masternodes and ease of set up would be more than enough incentive to bring in a slew of new investors.  Especially considering how inexpensive it'll likely be to run a service node, at least initially, compared to the alternatives.

It seems like the development team is concerned with making the project perfect before implementing servicenodes. I say we should put them out then work on bugs. DRK has been doing that for the longest time and look how they are doing.

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Re: [Poll]Are we going back up to at least 2c?
« Reply #5 on: April 04, 2015, 09:56:53 pm »
I think the poll could be improved by including a time frame.
Hmm. I was thinking 6 months. Ah well, too late now.
We just have to wait.

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Re: [Poll]Are we going back up to at least 2c?
« Reply #6 on: April 06, 2015, 09:59:08 am »
I say we should put them out then work on bugs.

Thanks for the suggestion, unfortunately it's a really dumb idea. The approach is guaranteed to put the technicals under intense pressure should any bugs emerge in the live code. And all merely to address a straw man that's entirely of your own invention (“making the project perfect”).

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