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Get Whitelisted, Get 50 EDU Tokens Bonus

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At Open Source University, protecting our investors and clients is a priority. This is why we decided to implement a standard KYC/AML procedure for our Initial Coin Offering. The Whitelisting process includes 2 easy and simple steps:
     Certification - using PICOPS Registration - in OS University website       The purpose of the Whitelist is to give as many community members an opportunity to purchase tokens and to ensure that wa're selling to qualified buyers who believe in our vision the most! Getting early certified and listed will be rewarded with a bonus of 50 EDU Tokens which covers the expenses of the certification process.   In case you need more information on How to get Whitelisted - https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=93&v=a-J2VCfRKKQ  
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YUPIE ICO

48 Hour Task: We plan to lock pre-ICO holders for three months. What do you think?

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Recently it has become common practice to lock pre-ICO holders to let the market establish. This is due to the increase in bonus structure that can incentivize selling. We understand that speed is crucial, thus this will be the last task regarding the pre-ICO lock discussion. Do you see this fair? Is the length of 3 months adequate? Officially Friday we make the announcement exactly how we will accomplish this. From your feedback from both pre-ICO investors and future ICO investors we have come to the conclusion this is the most effective way to solve this issue. We’re excited to start implementing your suggestions.
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Alex Geissen | Posted 16 hours, 4 minutes ago

I do not think this is the right way to go.

You write that you came to the conclusion that "this is the most effective way to solve this issue", but what issue are you actually talking about? That you cannot reach $1m and hope that your ICO will be more attractive if pre-investors are locked-in?

This will not happen with a lock-in and in my opinion, it will make things even words.

Let's state the facts: You did not reach the soft cap on 1st December. Instead of refunding all participants (as stated in the whitepaper) you continued with the ICO, even though this is a massive crack in integrity and credibility. That sucks for everyone.

Furthermore, there is already much supply of YUP in the type of bounties and rewards on this platform. If I am the only one posting here, I will get 100 YUP right? This is approx. 70$ now. I'll take it, but how could I recommend buying YUP if I know that there is a lot to be "found" here. The system got out of proportions, especially because there is no plan to burn tokens that were not part of the ICO. 44.2% of all tokens were reserved for the ICO, this makes 278m YUP, equivalent to approx 278k ETH, which would be approx. $200m now (lol how ETH has risen since beginning of your ICO..). Well, lets assume you sell YUP for $1m for approx. $650/1000YUP, so there are approx 1.5m YUP on the ICO side. But you wont burn the other ones, so for rewards, internal stuff etc. there are still 631m*55.8%=352m YUPs!! 1.5m vs. 352m ..and you are thinking about locking the pre-ICO tokens? How much are we taking about, 300k YUP? ... Better burn some tokens, this would make the ICO more attractive.

A lock-in of pre-investors would furthermore make the credibility of the ICO even worse. How often do you want to change things until the ICO finally succeeds? Pre-Investors invested in September (!!). This is three months ago. They should now further wait until the end of March, because then is FINALLY the end of the ICO (because it was postponed) and then they should wait another 3 months? You. cannot. do. this. This is wrong, it it will damage your credibility forever, and no business should start like this.

So, my alternative proposal (besides a provocative, but completely appropriate "Lets stop this and keep your promise of refund when soft cap is not reached") is: Instead of looking at the 44.2% ICO side (which is more like 1% now as described above), burn massively on the other 55.8%, burn as much tokens as you can to make the actual acquisition of YUP more rewarding and attractive. And be very transparent about it, and make the calculations transparent. Nobody would ever invest in something with this so unbalanced proportions. And nobody will ever invest in an ICO which changes the conditions over and over again.

Alex Geissen | Posted 16 hours, 1 minute ago

Case in point: 1000YUP free for starting an own project. It's so depressing.

Rosario Colletti | Posted 13 hours, 59 minutes ago

One part of the calculation is correct ( 631m*55.8%=352m ) but you missed the other part (631m*44.2%=279m). So if the option is diluting, ICO investors will get 279m YUP; if the option is burning, then everyone keeps the same amount of YUP. The proportion is kept, the only change is the initial value of YUP.

I totally agree that changing conditions is not good, but Crowdholding strength here is also its capability to
adapt and transparency with users, and investors. November has been a slow month for ICO (worldwide), so several actions were taken: delay end of ICO, focus on product, onboard projects which will buy and use YUP (that will create a demand for YUP).

We are extremely thankful to our pre-ICO investors because thanks to them, Crowdholding is alive, the multi-currency task reward feature has been deployed, product team has grown and many other features are lining up... but we understand the worry of possible future investors, specially when we will enter to the market.

That's why there is discussion about locking, some people may think it is not needed, some other may find it useful. In my opinion it can bring more confidence to investors, but we must ensure to go to the market only AFTER following steps are done:
- improve platform
- grow number of projects and users, attract more investors
- successfully end ICO
- improve adoption of platform, attract new businesses, create demand for YUP

Rosario Colletti | Posted 13 hours, 45 minutes ago

Also@Alex, the 1000 free YUP is an incentive to create projects, they can be used only for tasks to reward users. We believe startups will benefit from crowdholders comments and continue to create tasks. When credit is finished, they can buy more YUP during ICO through our Smart Contract, and from investors when ICO has ended.

Alex Geissen | Posted 8 hours, 40 minutes ago

"One part of the calculation is correct ( 631m*55.8%=352m ) but you missed the other part (631m*44.2%=279m). So if the option is diluting, ICO investors will get 279m YUP; if the option is burning, then everyone keeps the same amount of YUP. The proportion is kept, the only change is the initial value of YUP. " --- Why did I miss the other part? If you are only selling YUP worth $1m, then there are not 279m, but 1.5m YUP (considering an average ETH price of 650$). As you burn all other coins in the ICO pool, there are now 1.5m YUP in the hands of investors, and 279m YUP in the hands of Crowdholding.

"I totally agree that changing conditions is not good, but Crowdholding strength here is also its capability to
adapt and transparency with users, and investors." --- This sentence makes me so angry. How can you even think about whitewashing such unworthy and lying behavior? I understand that we are in crypto here, but if you were a legitimate business on the free market (imagine distributing stock!) and you would promise the investors that if the soft cap is not reached there will be a refund and then you CHANGE that afterwards... I am sorry to say that, but you would be sued. And you would lose, and that would be completely appropriate.

Locking pre-investors would further damage the credibility of Crowdholding. I cannot believe that you even think about implementing another change since the inappropriate extension of the ICO.

So, two options:
(1) Burn tokens on team side, massively. I do not know about which 279m YUP you are talking about, as only 1.5m of them will be sold. This makes you the holder of 352m YUP which you can spent how you want and unfortunately, you spend it very, very generously. This burning would make the buying of YUP more rewarding and maybe you reach the soft cap by doing this.
(2) Refund everything and start anew with another ICO. Make it transparent how much YUP you already distributed on this webpage, calculate a new value for the coins, communicate the new start to everyone and let investors decide whether they still believe in the vision and want to invest. You state there are a lot of strong believers in the project, and I wont deny that. This option would be the most appropriate thing to do in terms of integrity, plus it would also be the most successful strategy. I fear you already used some of the money gathered in the pre-ico, so this will be a hard way, but doing venture capital the old-school way (=giving away some equity) is not that bad and with your already good partnerships this shouldnt be a problem.

Alex Geissen | Posted 8 hours, 20 minutes ago

I understand it, this situation sucks, especially for you guys. It just baffles me how bold and confident you just implement those changes without regarding values like promises. I believe you when you say you want to do good for investors, but the ICO extension, the spending YUP everywhere and now the locking.. it just appears to me that you do things that best fit in a current situation without regarding the overall picture. I really do not think locking will get you more investors. They will see how you make changes all the time and that makes the ICO very unpopular. They will see how easy it is to get YUP and question why they should pay 700$ for it. They will question the imbalance between ICO coins and the coins you hold. Solve these three issues with a new start, this is the best shoot for success.

Ethan Clime | Posted 5 hours, 6 minutes ago

@Alex, I hear your concern, but we have a handful of investors that will put in including influencers which will allow us to hit the million quickly if we do a pre-ico lock. Although I was worried regarding legal issue for buyback for pre-ico (similar to Wabi) this may be the way to go to make pre-ico investors happy. Official announcement to come Friday.

Steven De Baets | Posted 14 hours, 14 minutes ago

No lock up period. It's not necessary. If people want to flip the token once it hits the market, let them. I believe in the platform and it's potential.
It's normal that demand is low for now, given the many regulations on ICO's these days. You have a working beta. Once it launches people will join in very quickly; especially given the unique bounty program.
Given the reward value at the present; I find it normal that the people who joined up first can have a "first mover" advantage. The reward system will stabilize itself once more users join. More users = smaller rewards. So I see no need for changes at this moment in time.
In general I would try to launch the platform as soon as possible so more people can and will join.
With regards to the token burn; you could consider a "proportional" token burn. Whereby the percentages are respected. However; you might also want to consider instead of burning all tokens to employ a contract lock up system whereby a certain amount of tokens is divided into several portions and locked for a set amount of time e.g. 12 months/24/36... and released on each of these predetermined dates.
Also; there needs to be some incentive to hold the token (a bonus after holding the token for X amount of time perhaps?).
And more importantly a way to get the tokens back into the system. I would like to suggest you create a kind of store on your platform which will allow users to spend the tokens.
E.g.: Give some to charity; buy coupons (which you can negotiate with websites and stores), buy products, buy gift cards, etc.

Kind regards.
Keep up the good work, and please don't give up on the project! To much potential!

Ethan Clime | Posted 4 hours, 46 minutes ago

Hey Steven, thanks for the feedback and great ideas as well. The issue we have is investors and even influencers are contacting us personally that they will invest if we have the lockup in place which will allow us to raise the 1 million quickly. We have applied our multicurrency system on the app and announce our 2nd erc20 token business today. This market moves so fast that changes at times must be implemented by being transparent. Our tech is almost at a point that we will be listed as a decentralized app which only a handful of business have. With our current team we have the ability invent new tech to be leaders in the industry. While other big ICO's take a few years to build their application (they are playing the market more then focusing on their product) we are using funds on development giving us a great opportunity to be leaders in our technology. It's all about team, which we have internally. Our monthly expenses right now is $20K, which has allowed us to build the product you see here and this is just the start. By raising 1 million we can increase our budget to 40K, which doubles our speed. And our revenue model makes us sustainable by July next year.

Gil Nusbaum | Posted 6 minutes ago

If you are going to have a lock-up period, instead of having a three-month lock-up apply only to pre-ICO investors, I suggest you think about a firm date that tokens become freely transferable. In other words, you have all tokens for all investors locked until say March 31st, at which point they can be freely sold by anyone. You will never be able to fully control the market, but it's inherently unfair to penalize your earliest and most committed investors for being early to the party.

Intelligent Trading Technologies (ITT)

Help us decide on our next technical analysis indicator!

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Hello fellow crypto-enthusiasts!As you may or may not know by now, ITT (Intelligent Trading Tech) is committed to adoption and awareness of cryptocurrencies. Our mission is to help investors scan, analyze and interpret markets and price action 24/7 without having to go through the nitty gritty chart grinding, to help them decide what to buy, and when.At this point in time we are in the beta stage with a fully functional Telegram bot that sends out trading signals generated by the most popular indicators out there:Short & Long Moving AveragesRSI, Relative Strength IndexIchimoku Clouds (TBA)We'd love for the community to help us decide on what to build next and why.Please help us solve some of the following questions, but don't worry about answering every single one if you can't:What is the most useful T.A. indicator (other than the 3 mentioned) to you and why?In what kind of market does this indicator work best? Trending markets? Sideways markets?What kind of signs or values are you looking for when using this indicator?Does it work well specifically well for you in conjunction with a 2nd indicator? Which one?Do you use it for determining entry points, exit points, or both? How?Which timeframe or periods do you prefer while using it?What are some of the negatives sides of this indicator, if you had to name a few?We have a long list of features that will be supported in the future but would prefer to give you carte blanche regarding this task, in order to get the most untainted view possible from the community. Meaning there's a chance your favorite indicator will end up in our bot exactly the way you like it most!By the way, if you'd like to join and try out our beta bot, sign up for it and come say hello in our Telegram channel!Thank you all,The ITT Team.Website: http://intelligenttrading.org/Telegram: https://t.me/intelligenttrading
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Rob Lacey | Posted 14 hours, 27 minutes ago

I come at crypto trading from an institutional equity background - which previously meant access to a Bloomberg terminal. The only tool from there I'm really missing are the Tom Demark indicators, TD Sequential and Combo. No idea if they'd be accessible. That would be a dream!

Powerful entry and exit points. The most reliable in my experience. Trouble is it's a proprietary series and would presumably cost $.

Over the years, I had regularly requested Bloomberg develop a 'bot' of sorts (Requesting for long enough that this would have been before the word 'bot' entered anyone's lexicon...) to highlight TA strategy points, including Demark's "Red 13"
and to save me trawling through 100s of charts each morning/evening. ITT has already answered many of my prayers on that front though - and will surely save me from missing many future signals.

Adding Demark would be incredible. Failing that, highlighting the most powerful candle formations would be potentially useful.

Kewagi Guiscard | Posted 2 hours, 14 minutes ago

Just reading up on Demark indicators, never heard of them before, but they look like a fantastic tool. Thanks!

Kewagi Guiscard | Posted 16 hours, 44 minutes ago

My personal favorite indicator are Bollinger bands, because they allow me to quickly see chart anomalies, discover potential entry and exit points and anticipate breakouts and trend reversals. In my experience, bands work best in sidewards or moderately trending markets, but during strong breakouts, they are less useful.

In a sideways market, I look for dips below the lower band to identify entry points. A narrowing of the bands also often precedes a strong market movement, and a repeated "bump" against one of the bands can be indicative of a reversal.

I use them in combination with an exponential moving average (and the usual combination of RSI and MACD), which I find gives me a better chance to predict where a potential strong movement might be headed.

When a chart dips below the lower band, I consider that a good entry point, and try to exit once it breaks through the upper band.

I find Bollinger bands to be most useful in 1- and 4 hour views.

As for negatives, Bollinger bands alone are only an indication of relative current value, but in themselves cannot predict the direction a market will head (although a breakout oftentimes indicates a trend in that direction)

Steven De Baets | Posted 14 hours ago

I don't really use a lot of markers, but here is a list:

In orde of specificity:

1. Current market cap (to get a general idea on the potential growth of a company)
2. Volume (monthly / day / sometimes 4 hour charts) MACD
3. Moving averages set to 50/100/200 days to gauge the market trend and find support levels
4. Exponential moving averages set to 13 and 34 to gauge 30 minute trends (for finding the "optimal" (if such a thing exists...) entry and exit point).
5. Fibonacci retracement level on the day chart.

DadShed

Are there Landlord Associations outside the United Kingdom?

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Here are some examples of Landlord Membership Groups:The Landlord Group - https://www.thelandlordgroup.co.ukNational Landlords Association - https://www.landlords.org.ukResidential Landlord's Association - https://www.rla.org.ukThe reason for this request, is we’re are proposing to 'White Label' the roomagree.com APP for the members of these types of groups, as one route to market.We'd like the community help us find equivalent service providers worldwide and any links would be appreciated.Regards, Aaron Mani
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Steven De Baets | Posted 1 day, 6 hours ago

Here are firms from Belgium.

This website is recommended on the official website of the Belgium 'flanders' government:

For owners in general:

www.eigenaarsbond.be

This is similar:

For owners who rent property:

http://www.deverhuurdersbond.be/


Kind regards.

Aaron Mani | Posted 20 hours, 36 minutes ago

Hello Steve,

I have had a quick browse of these link and to confirm, these are exactly the type of organisations we'd like to reach out to internationally.

Thank you for your time, Aaron Mani

Kewagi Guiscard | Posted 16 hours, 22 minutes ago

Here are some groups from the German-speaking countries:

* Österreichischer Vermieterschutzverband (Austria) - https://www.oevsv.eu/
* Vermieterschutzverein Deutschland (Germany) - https://www.vermieterschutzverein-deutschland.de/
* Vermieterverein (Germany) - https://www.vermieterverein.de/
* Hauseigentümerverband Schweiz (Switzerland) - http://www.hev-schweiz.ch/

In general, people in these countries love their clubs, so there are dozens, if not hundreds of landlord associations, but the ones listed above are some of the larger ones.

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YUPIE ICO

We want to make changes for pre-ICO investment lock-up period. What do you think of such scenario?

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Update: Monday, December 11th 2017 Having discussed community feedback, we have settled on the decision to implement a pre-ICO lock. Today we discussed the possibility of creating a new smart contract that would be a simplified version of the Wabi ICO example. Our dev team is examining the details this week to make sure all specifications are thought out thoroughly before implementation. Thus, we have extended the task for another two days to allow for further feedback.   Task from Friday, December 8th 2017 It’s great to see the amazing engagement and support in helping us formulate our ICO structure to develop the best solution for both pre-ICO and ICO investors. Keep in mind that this is a draft in order to get feedback - we are not taking any of these actions yet. Following your feedback, and further internal discussion, we will announce the decision next week. Our CEO and the rest of the team have heard from pre-ICO holders. We have received their assurance that they want to hold the YUPIE token long-term. They have have supported us early because they believed in the project and not because of speculative return. Current and potential ICO investors are interested if there is a lock up period for pre-ICO token investors. We met several times during this week to find the best possible strategy and we wanted to first present the main reasons for coming up with the following scenario. Reasons for this change: Encourage new investments in the YUPIE ICO. Our bonus structure rewarded investments in the first few days of the ICO, however that was a ‘’dead’’ period. The bonuses were not utilized to its fullest potential, therefore we want to ensure that more people have the possibility to back our project and receive a bonus for supporting the Crowdholding ecosystem. Ensure pre-ICO backers do not lose out. We want current and potential ICO backers to feel safe about their investment, but we also need to ensure that pre-ICO investors are appreciated for the risk they have taken by supporting the Crowdholding project early. No lock-up period coded. There is the possibility to code a lock-up period in the Smart Contract, however at the time of our smart contract creation we have not considered the possibility of a potential bonus sell off. We believed that because we have clearly shown in the Whitepaper that the value of YUPIE grows over time together with the businesses rather than created on the exchanges. In short, the pre-ICO lock-up period has not been coded in the Smart Contract and cannot be added. Lower goal, means less tokens in circulation. The amount of tokens to be held by pre-ICO users would be high compared to the total pool of total tokens on the market. We want to ensure the success of the YUPIE token and not favor particular backers, this resulting in long-term benefit for all investors. At the time of pre-ICO launch, the Ether price was $290 USD. Since then, the price has increased by 55% at is currently at around $450 USD. This has made investments in the YUPIE ICO more expensive for investors. Initially we wanted the YUPIE token to be priced around $0.30 USD during ICO, but the increase of ETH price has changed the investment environment and has made contributions to the YUPIE ICO more expensive for investors. Proposed Solution (This is only a proposal and is subject to change): We are considering the following scenarios to improve the current situation:   Scenario #1: No Change The current issue with not making any changes is the pre-ICO token holders would own a large  stake of all tokens (20% of issued tokens). Scenario #2: The Extra Bonus All current and future ICO (not-pre ICO) investors will get a 100% bonus. Therefore, everyone who invested between 1st of November and the end of the ICO ($1million goal) would receive 100% bonus on their investments. The 100% will be transferred manually to all token purchasers before the end of ICO. Scenario #3: Extra Bonus & Bonus Emission All current and future ICO (not-pre ICO) investors will get a 100% bonus. After getting listed on the exchange, we will have monthly bonus emissions of YUPIE tokens (20% of the unburned tokens from ICO) that get distributed between all YUPIE pre-ICO & ICO investors. The dilution of the 20% of tokens will last 6 months and may have one of the following structures: To encourage holding the YUPIE token, every YUPIE holder will get additional tokens each month based on the amount of YUPIE tokens they own. Give us your feedback and feel free to suggest possible improvements or changes. If you agree or disagree with the proposal please comment telling us why. May the crowd be with you!  
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Crumple Cat | Posted 4 days, 11 hours ago

Here are my suggestions...

1. Completely cancel any bonuses for any investors (3000 yups for 1ETH on Pre-ICO is a good bonus for early investors. As you know the ICO price is 1000 yups for 1ETH)
2. Temporarily block the possibility of selling tokens after the ICO for all (investors and crowdsourcers) by postponing placement on exchanges
3. Tokens assigned for bonuses are moved to the crowdsourcing pool (for tasks and projects)
4. Raise the rewards for tasks (especially for the most important ones)
5. Create a special program\tasks related to the involvement of new projects and crowdsourcers (assemble a so-called "involvers crowd team" for this)
6. Functionally deploy the platform more quickly

As a result, before entering the exchanges, have a strong community, many projects, high capitalization.
And to the Mars with Elon Mask :)

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samuil gospodinov | Posted 3 days, 17 hours ago

I totally agree :)

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Patrick McGinley | Posted 3 days, 14 hours ago

Lovely idea, but impossible to start changing terms to that extent for presalers

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Crumple Cat | Posted 3 days, 11 hours ago

@Patrick McGinley
Possibly. Especially if they support it.

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Fatalninuda . | Posted 5 days, 2 hours ago

Why are you complicating simple things again?

Your early backers are your backbone. They took a risk, they should be rewarded for it. Therefore no extra bonus for new people, why dilute your most loyal backers?

Having half of the tokens out in pre-ICO is OK! These are the people who will stick with you. Bribing new people into joining is sub-optimal, get some big task givers on the platform and people will flock to you at 0 user acquisition cost.

Giving out tokens for 6 months is a bad idea. It does nothing besides inflating the supply for no reason. Burn them all and let the market do its job.

If you want to milk new people for all they are worth you need bigger numbers, more free things. Way more. But you're doing this at the expense of early backers. So.. why?

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Ethan Clime | Posted 3 days, 6 hours ago

Hey Fatalninuda, I hear ya. What ICO investors want is really just a pre-ico lock. After chatting with our blockchain devs, it's looking we found a simpler solution. More to come today with a new announcement task.

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Patrick McGinley | Posted 3 days, 14 hours ago

What will all know what will happen is that the people with the huge bonus will dump on those without... Give the team some credit, if you're so behind them, then let them go about raising the funds to carry through with their project. They could literally sell out in hours, if this were properly addressed.

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Kewagi Guiscard | Posted 4 days, 16 hours ago

Speaking as someone who has not invested pre ICO, and considers investing in the ICO, please don't screw over the pre ICO people. They backed you from the beginning, they were the first (after you, of course) who believed in Crowdholding, and they deserve to reap the benefits of this trust. So don't go with scenario 2.

One idea for scenario 3: You could adapt the bonus for ICO investors to reflect the drastic price change in ETH, but don't just give them way more than pre-ICO people got, maybe just slightly less, but still less. As for the bonus emission, I'm not sure if this is a good idea, but if you decide to go that route, you could give the first (or final, or something) round just to pre-ICO investors, and the rest to everyone? Just food for thought.

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Ethan Clime | Posted 3 days, 7 hours ago

We are rethinking this bonus emission, so we definitely hear ya. More to come with an announcement today. Spent the weekend chatting with our blockchain developers after reviewing the feedback. I believe we have thought of a simpler alternative solution. More to come...

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Patrick McGinley | Posted 5 days, 18 hours ago

I have not invested yet, but I worry the pre ICO would like their bonus advantage to stay relative to the regular ICO participants as this was what they signed up for. However, I do not believe they should have this advantage without having at least a vesting period on their bonus tokens.

Because the bonus tokens were not coded into the smart contract, this could be retrospectively achieved by giving everyone 300% bonus to match pre ICO (providing there are enough tokens to do this), and give the pre ICO their bonus tokens later, eg monthly over a period of say 6 months... The total no. of bonus tokens for preICO would stay relative to the regular ICO participants.

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Michal Kurimsky | Posted 5 days, 17 hours ago

In my opinion (as a pre-ICO investor), most of the investors expects the highest return on any investment, even though I love your project, I saw a great opportunity when ETH price has risen and so did the ICO price of YUP. BUT I understand your point and such step would definitely attract more ICO investors. However, I don't want to get left out, so any scenario, where pre-ICO investors get rewarded as well is good for me.

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Shlomi Podgaetz | Posted 5 days, 8 hours ago

Check what Wabi did with their pre-ICO investors and the options given to them for reference from another ICO.

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Ethan Clime | Posted 3 days, 6 hours ago

Thanks! Devs were researching this weekend Wabi from your post. Very interesting solution, but they also made it complicated. I think we may have a simpler solution. More to come today regarding this.

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Devin Jones | Posted 2 days, 19 hours ago

I think there are good ideas here, but if the ultimate goal is retention of investors, fair treatment of early adopters and promotion of the brand and platform, then pre-ICO and ICO investors should receive equal compensation. When a project is in it's infancy word of mouth is what gets us involved, which I'm sure is the same for all Pre and ICO investors here. Hearing about it after the pre-ICO but still buying in puts both sets of investors at the same amount of risk, the timing is the only variable, not the risk taken on investment. If we are to evaluate on a risk based reward system then Pre-ICO and ICO deserve equal reward (if any). I would also caution a large reward towards the end as I imagine it would serve as a grounds to dump recent and large positions. At the end of the day happy early investors will spread word of mouth faster than any paid marketing, after all marketing always tries to achieve word of mouth style excitement and propagation.

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Gil Nusbaum | Posted 2 days, 17 hours ago

I think Scenario 1 is the right approach. The last thing you want to do is essentially penalize pre-ICO investors for basically investing too early. Your pre-ICO investors are the most likely to hold long-term because they believed in the project before anyone else. (I am not a pre-ICO investor.)

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Michael Binek | Posted 2 days, 8 hours ago

Absolutely right and as a pre-ico investor that's what I told them basically these days too, I wanna hold this longterm because I think its a good project and will finally be successful. But screwing the first investors by making the deal for others better than planned is a no go. We invested already months ago, could have made nearly double the money by simply holding our ETH instead of investing here and now 2 of 3 options would make our investment worse....isn't acceptable

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Sn Lordys | Posted 3 days, 21 hours ago

As it is a platform for the promotion of projects, it is easier to make bonuses for those who wants to upload your projects and maintain your site?

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ade saputra | Posted 2 days, 14 hours ago

Good

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YUPIE ICO

What creative ideas can we initiate for promoting our ICO?

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There has been talk regarding improving our marketing strategy. Apart of being active on all social media channels and spending on ads, come up with ideas you have seen other ICO’s do or even a unique (outside of the box) concept we could initiate. Woo hoo!
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Alex Krikorian | Posted 6 days, 15 hours ago

You could start proactively 'chasing' youtubers with solid followers and suggest a discussion/interview/promotion of the platform . You could even ask people here (like me) to do the same, many youtubers do a solid analysis of platforms and not just promote whatever coin they think its going to be 'the best'.

Not sure if its done already, promoting on steemit as well as an alternative way.

Jonny Dee | Posted 5 days, 20 hours ago

I think that you should also encorporate more videos about Crowdholding, show the team.

You guys are clearly innovative, so I am sure you can come up with some fun videos. I just remember the $1 dollar shave advert and how it went massive.

Daz Revill | Posted 3 days, 4 hours ago

Bearing in mind that your ico is based on a platform for crowd input for startup projects, why not live stream a 24hr event where you give the watchers the ability to vote on next actions? Show people the power of crowd input, whilst drawing attention to the project and showing how it differs from the thousands of other ico's? It could be anything, as long as it has an aim, get from place A to B, or tick off a list of tasks in the fastest time possible.

Daniel Irina | Posted 1 day, 3 hours ago

Approach the education world. I am a K12 Math & science teacher. We do personal projects with the students so why not to help teachers intergrate such platphormes like Crowdholding.

Ehab Rabie | Posted 6 days, 20 hours ago

get suppoman review your ico that will make it sell out in 12h!

Michal Kurimsky | Posted 5 days, 20 hours ago

Make some viral video/vine, maybe shoot a video from drone of a real crowd of people in Prague maybe, advertising Crowdholding (YUPIEs) somehow (people standing in a shape of your logo, two-colored clothes, they would move and change shape/color). It must be legendary (hundreds of people), otherwise it will be just another video.

samuil gospodinov | Posted 3 days, 17 hours ago

People love watching videos :) The interviews and discussion of the platform will have some positive effect. You can also contact famous people to make promotional videos as GAME have done and it's a success.

Another thing you can do is participating in conferences big/small no matter, just to get more exposure. We at CodiCamp (Plovdiv/Bulgaria) will do some presentations at the beginning of 2018. If you want you can participate :)

Kim von Däniken | Posted 2 days, 6 hours ago

I would suggest you to encourage some youtubers about your ICO. I heard about this project through youtube and I'm really interested in this. In my opinion you have a really good project, solid team. I also think you should do announcements on reddit and make an extensive post about your project. I

Steven De Baets | Posted 1 day, 6 hours ago

Focus on promoting use cases and uphold your values: Do not give out free tokens to youtubers, as this would have a negative effect on the value of the project imho. The reviewers would be biased.

My suggestions:

*Increase social media presence: reddit, youtube, also on the Asian equivalents.
*Increase github presence; develop more tools, apps, etc.
*Focus on use cases and contact companies to use your services; below are some suggestions related to use cases.

Use cases which I have not seen yet on this website:

1. Assist A.I. learning

A.I. is currently being developed for recognizing and classifying objects/subjects. This company can play an important role in improving A.I. learning by letting humans check the data which A.I. cannot process.

2. Collect data
2.1. Companies can use this website to gather data by using surveys
2.2. Companies can use this website to gather data by asking users for input (pictures, video, event listings, etc.)

3. Processing data
3.1. Companies can use the crowd to proces huge amounts of visual data (similar as my first suggestion on A.I.). Two use cases come to mind:
3.1.1. Disaster relief: I remember when an airplane disappeared they took pictures of a vast amount of ocean. People could log in on the website and help identity points of interest. They included markers such as: "Possible wreckage"; "oil spill"; etc.
3.1.2. Finding persons of interest; online detective: The website can be used by governmental institutions to gather information on crimes. Giving incentives to give information in an anonymous manner. The voting system would allow to easily find promising leads.
3.2. In a medical context there is a need of companies involved in analyzing certain patterns. One use case could be protein folding; molecular analysis, etc.

Steven De Baets | Posted 1 day, 4 hours ago

I would also like to note; please consider rebranding your tokens. The yupie name, imho, does not convey a clear and positive image in the minds of those first hearing about it. It could be easily interpreted in two ways, both with a negative connotation. The obvious; as a derogatory term "Yuppie" and; somewhat less obvious as "yu"-"pie" (sound like you urinate). As a suggestion I would change the name "yupie" to "like". "Like" is a term many of us are familiar with; it's what we do when we like a comment or idea. It is positive. It conveys a clear message: I like your idea, I like your help. "Like" tokens can be called: "likes". And on the markets you can call them "LIKE". Just an idea.
Also, I have seen that on youtube there aren't many videos of the actual team. Mostly cartoonish presentations. It would be interesting to see more interviews and high quality video/audio presentations (no cartoons please).

ACT . | Posted 22 hours, 27 minutes ago

Rowlingstone. That's what these guys do best. Thousands of investors take their recommendations seriously, whether in their Telegram channel (currently 900+ members) or from their free and paid Newsletters.

https://www.rowlingstone.com/newsletter/

Devin Jones | Posted 22 hours, 17 minutes ago

I'm curious if Coinmarketcap has been approached before to list ICO's under a new filter or tab, instead of targeting them for ads/banners.

Is there any chance of getting air time on a popular podcast or morning radio station? Scribbling down a "Buy CrowdHoldings Coin" behind a live airing broadcast (Janet Yellen style)... Is there any chance of appearing on a popular YouTube channel for reviewing coins or altcoins?

Is there any chance of a bus ad, billboard, entrepreneur endorsement...

Gil Nusbaum | Posted 11 minutes ago

1. Continue to be very active on social media - that is the #1 way to get people to pay attention.
2. Consider advertising on existing crowdsourcing websites like kickstarter, etc.

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How would you like to see the project page improved?

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Today a colleague said: "Shouldn’t startup profiles show more info?" Mentioning about how Kickstarter has a whole campaign page dedicated in detail about the project (team, business model ect.). We could create white paper upload link and social media icons connecting directly to their project social media pages too. What is your idea? What do you prefer?
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Ashley lin | Posted 1 week ago

Anyone who has been vising Yuppie project page knows that the page is getting repetitive.
The Projects at the top have not changed at all. Please randomize advertising project once in a while (per IP rotate once every 5 visits or something of that sort)

For anyone who is a newcomer -
as Fatalninuda said
1) LOGO, name and Short 3 line summary pf the project will be good.
2) IF the page can load the project on right half of the page once created will be better so the projects keep showing on the left and on the right temporarily the project's explanation shows up
3) The placement of the projects can be done like what pandora/spotify or netflix do
4) Please bring on the night mode
5) Please make an effort to lure in other projects so that the platform looks like it is actually flourishing

I hope this helps

Reza Zainul Muzaqi | Posted 1 week ago

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Kewagi Guiscard | Posted 1 week ago

Here's what I want to see on a project page:

* Links to the website and the whitepaper
* Their logo, if applicable
* Relevant dates (start and end of ICO, release timeframe, ...)
* A one-paragraph explanation of what they want to do
* Maybe a list of the involved team members

Fatalninuda . | Posted 1 week ago

A short summary of the project with their branding is more than enough. You can link to content on their webpage. Whitepaper, roadmap, team, bct ANN thread. People will get the social media links from their page, no sense in cluttering with too much redundant info.

If you go the other way, with full intro pages, that could work too, but you'll become a startup listing site and it will add to clutter while contributing little.

My solution would be minimalistic. You have to expect people will do their basic research of the startups involved and in most cases they will already know them. Cryptos are a really small community at the moment, everybody knows everything or at least knows where to get relevant info.

So: Logo and web link, like now. Perfect for the job.

Next Houl | Posted 1 week ago

I agree with common voice here. I think we all would like to see the details of the project as quickly as we can.

I mean the details should be readily available.
1) Profiles of the business startups/CEOs
2) Previous experiences
3) Reason from their point of view for startup (need of the project as well as startup)
4) whitepaper and a yellowpaper for technicalities
5) their aboutus/email us information etc

Next Houl | Posted 1 week ago

To add more from answer just above me.. yes.. the placement of the page and the layout matters too. I did not notice that aspect of the presentation !

Michal Kurimsky | Posted 5 days, 19 hours ago

There are many great suggestions already, but I will try to add some more:
- How long has been the project up and running - some clock/watch graphic, with simple -> 1 year
- Add categories? Devide each project in a category and being able to filter projects by category.
- I would show summary of the company right away, not just after clicking on "Read more".
- The date of when was the project listed on CH, it's at each task, but it could be at the project as a whole.

Gil Nusbaum | Posted 6 days, 21 hours ago

This probably isn't what you are asking, but one piece of feedback is the name "Yupie" could be improved upon. To me, Yupie has an informality to it that suggests it shouldn't be taken seriously. I know it's derived from the upside-down Ch, but maybe consider something that has a stronger feel to it (Yupple? - I don't know).

Daz Revill | Posted 3 days, 4 hours ago

I think the project page should have more initial information regarding the category that each project falls into, as well as a basic rundown (2 or 3 sentences) of what the project is, and what they hope to achieve. Also why not have the ability for the project team to search for relevant skills within the crowd? If an individuals speciality is engineering for example, let them highlight this in their profile so that the project team can send a targeted notification when an engineering based task appears. I think this would help towards greater adoption of the crowdholding platform by startups, as they get a larger number of ideas and hopefully a more helpful and relevant input into their projects, which will make the initial sacrifice of profit percentage seem like better value. I feel that the greatest threat to this platform is apathy, the key is to keep getting new projects in, and stopping it feeling stagnated. I really like this project and believe in its potential, but get the startups in and the crowd will follow.

Devin Jones | Posted 2 days, 19 hours ago

People read and scan pages in an 'F' pattern, meaning they typically read the entire first line, most or all of the next few lines, then only some or none of what follows. We live in an era where if you can't extract the info you want in a few seconds, you move on. Keeping that in mind, short, sweet, bold and large (text size) introductions will keep readers engaged. It should answer the mission statement / vision of the company / product, the team and the market it's chasing (and potential to take market share)...

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How would you want to incentivize voting?

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Weeks back we had a task regarding voting rules and now want to follow up. With more voting and commenting on a task it can in fact dilute the reward pool discouraging voting for other people's comments.  While we are a small community, voting structure is working. However, once we get larger we will need to make sure we solve problems of incentivizing voting, but also preventing spammers from creating numerous accounts to up vote their own comments. Chat and debate. What solutions can you think of? Should we incentivize?
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InSomnius Joe | Posted 1 week, 1 day ago

Please, discuss with me and let's find the ultimate solution

Current Problems
- people are incentivized not to vote because when they vote they get lower reward
- people are incentivized to comment and this can lead to an overload of comments of the same "content" just so they can get a share >> This makes it hard for companies to get a proper insight once there is a "crowd" here.

The power of the crowd shows with upvoting ideas you agree with and not repeating them so the businesses don't have to spend lots of time going through and categorizing all the ideas.

Here's a list of solutions that should work together.
Some will be in the comments as otherwise this post is too long and would be deleted so please check those out, too.

Potential solution
- Give percentage of the reward to the voters.
Let's say 20% - as comments probably offer more value and took more time they get more. But Upvoters also have to offer their time (for reading, evaluating, etc.). And if there already is a comment that'd be the same or similar to what you'd write, chances are you don't get any extra attention so it's better to vote for it, and potentially comment on it to offer certain clarifications. You still get rewarded for your time, you help to raise an idea you like towards the business and business does not have to sort through tons of ideas.

InSomnius Joe | Posted 1 week, 1 day ago

- Game theory will deal with people gaming the system (can be a rule)
If everyone votes for everyone then everyone gets less. It's therefore better to vote just for few people, eg. 3. This can be also coded in so people can vote only 3 times per task.
- Automatically detect people voting for the same account all the time and offer the crowd to report people gaming the system.
If someone is not providing any value and is just gaming the system then people can report him. The task creator can cancel rewards for this person. This should be public so the person and the crowd knows what happened , the person could justify themselves and it won't be abused as it'd be visible to everyone if the Moderator does this to everyone.

InSomnius Joe | Posted 1 week, 1 day ago

- Show most recent with combination of most relevant first,
This would get rid off the bias that people vote for people who commented first or have the most comments. Other thing would be to incentivise people to come towards the end once other comments are published and go through all the comments in case someone else posted the most amazing idea. (eg. letting moderator secretely pick their top comment that helped the most and people who voted for it get extra rewards)
You might think the Apple is the best fruit ever as they are everywhere around you, but maybe you've never seen an Apricot.

InSomnius Joe | Posted 1 week, 1 day ago

Idea to think about
- Democracy 2.0 principle. (as Democracy is broken)
Let people vote more than once on something they really value (in combination with 3 vote limitation per task). Some people value some things more than others.

Rosario Colletti | Posted 1 week ago

Well this sounds nice, so the best 'commenter' would share 20% of the reward with his 'supporters'. But the system should give 0 reward to a user voting every comment, and full reward to a user voting only one (two, three?) comments.

Henry Ashley-Cooper | Posted 1 week ago

> people are incentivized not to vote because when they vote they get lower reward

This assumes that every person is commenting, or at least commenting in a competitive manner. Unlikely to be a significant portion of users.

> people are incentivized to comment and this can lead to an overload of comments of the same "content" just so they can get a share

This could be an issue, but it should be dissuaded as a raw comment (with no votes) should not get any reward. Those which are blatantly spamming without effort should be reported, and potentially banned.

> This makes it hard for companies to get a proper insight once there is a "crowd" here.

Exactly what the voting system is meant to solve - the companies should only need to look at the top few comments.

Kewagi Guiscard | Posted 1 week, 1 day ago

I think you should - I mentioned this in a comment a few weeks ago, right now, I could just post comments and never upload anyone, and the way I understand Crowdholding, voting up a comment on a task I also commented on might actually reduce the amount of YUPIEs I get, but I might be wrong here.

I think the incentive could be twofold - reward people for upvoting (up to a degree, not just a flat reward per upvote), and possibly limit the amount of tokens they can get from other people's upvotes if they never upvote themselves. I'm sure that's not the most popular opinion, but I think it could prevent people "gaming" the system.

Fatalninuda . | Posted 1 week, 1 day ago

Voting should be incentivized!

But the way things are done right now voting is punished and has 0 reward. Having a reward and then splitting it up between votes is an awkward way of doing things.

The solution is the reward size for voting, it's a sweet balance between the hassle you have for making a vote from another account (IP checks go a long way here as there are very FEW people that would bother with VPN for peanut reward) and the reward from it.

I would try to go the other way with reward pool structure though. You can give weights to different tasks according to their importance/difficulty and calculate total reward from engagement (comments and likes) then distribute the reward to the best contributions. This can be automated and takes into account only votes and comments or done by a mod or a group of them and rewarded according to their judgement.

If you have a fixed reward with votes splitting it people won't vote for other posts.

samuil gospodinov | Posted 3 days, 17 hours ago

:D Yep, I vote @Fatalninuda

Gil Nusbaum | Posted 1 week, 1 day ago

I think you might instead incentivize positive contributions through comments. That is, reward comments that receive a certain amount of upvotes, but limit upvotes to one vote per user per comment. That way, you provide structure around the system while also not just giving away free tokens to anyone who just randomly upvotes comments.

InSomnius Joe | Posted 1 week, 1 day ago

Imagine 1000 people commenting. 100 people say the same thing.
And the goal for the business is to find out what is right for them.
Woud you want to pay someone to go through all those comments?

How would that provide any value to the business?

They'd still need to sort through all that noise.

I do get your point, but then it does not solve the problem at all.
Do you see it differently?

Gil Nusbaum | Posted 1 week, 1 day ago

If I understand correctly, you are proposing to instead incentivize voting - how does that solve the problem? Fewer comments, more votes?

Crumple Cat | Posted 1 week ago

When I say about Crowdholding as about crowdsourcing 2.0, I only mean using blockchain and crypto in general. But from the point of view of crowdsourcing as the crowd technology and its conceptual functionality, the platform is at an embryonic level, as it was at the beginning of the appearance of crowdsourcing in 2006. That is, for a qualitative solution of the issues that arise in this discussion, it's essential to deploy the system substantially. It should be adaptively apply some solutions that have developed long ago for multi-level and high-quality business interaction with the crowd, when in the crowd there are more than 1000 participants. And qualitative solutions of facilitation play a special role in this.

p.s
It's curious to observe that in the task with such question only Ethan votes :)
Personally, I didn't vote for someone else's proposal because almost everyone offers to stimulate voting by paying for it. I don't support this at all.

InSomnius Joe | Posted 1 week ago

@Gil
Yeah.

@Cat
So what do you support? It's great to have opposing views.

Crumple Cat | Posted 4 days, 15 hours ago

@InSomnius
I already wrote my proposal. You can see it among the comments :)

Crumple Cat | Posted 1 week, 1 day ago

I would suggest such an approach. Voting is an activity. The activity level can increase your one of the indicators that affect your "rank" (a separate topic for discussion). But there must be rules. For example, you can vote only once within the task. Any other comments that you like you can support through a separate "like" button or answering the comments. «Likes» also should be considered as activity. What to do with those who abuse it? The moderators should ban them, having determined the conditions in advance. Users can help moderators through the function of anonymous complaints.

Concerning the coins distribution. I think that at this stage it will be correct if 50% will be accrued from the users votes and 50% from the team votes.

Mandar Karhade | Posted 1 week ago

Votes are critical to this platform as it is turning into a pay for vote/pay for opinion (parallel to yelp) website/

I think the dilution of the votes will be necessary for the future success of the platform. Currently, the rewards are high therefore there will be some scamming. But the higher reward is necessary to bring in more votes and attract more people.

Once the platform gets more publicity the true (mean vote) of the community will be automatically visible. The reward for each of the vote will be less and therefore there will be less incentive for scammers to use multiple accounts.

I think the time itself is the solution. Lets focus on the quality of the platform and getting more business. With more business coming in .. everything should solve on its own.

Henry Ashley-Cooper | Posted 1 week ago

> While we are a small community, voting structure is working. However, once we get larger we will need to make sure we solve problems of incentivizing voting,

I don't see how this follows. If it's working on a small scale, it's even more likely to work on a large scale.

ACT . | Posted 22 hours, 5 minutes ago

An option in Reddit is to hide upvotes for a given period of time. You might try the same.

Similar to StackOverflow, have an accepted answer that is chosen by the person posting the question. Answers with the most upvotes on SO are not always the accepted answer. This approach will make fake upvotes irrelevant.

As mentioned by another, incentivize all behaviors that are required to make the app useful for its intended purpose. Gamification (e.g. badges) maybe instead of currency as an alternate reward for voting.

Daniel Irina | Posted 1 day, 3 hours ago

Ideas are living stuff: Voting should be the result of a reflexive thinking. I think that Opinion Groups should be encouraged. I think it could be like inviting people to group in "clusters" around an idea, a position, a geographical area, and so on. Debate and deliver the result. "Cluster Opinion Moderator" could become an occupation.

Daniel Irina | Posted 1 day, 3 hours ago

Think less about "financial" aspect and more about the experience itself.

Steven De Baets | Posted 13 hours, 22 minutes ago

I agree that voting at the current moment in time seems to be counter productive for a poster. You make a comment, put in the work and effort. But if you vote on another comment, you will lose a part of your share.

This reminds me of an old riddle:

"An Arab sheikh tells his two sons to race their camels to a distant city to see who will inherit his fortune. The one whose camel is slower will win. The brothers, after wandering aimlessly for days, ask a wise man for advise. After hearing the advice they jump on the camels and race as fast as they can to the city."

"The wise man tells them to switch camels."

The riddle's solution is relevant with regards to the voting system; in that the individual should be rewarded for up-voting an idea, not "punished" by reducing profits.

Some suggestions:

Option 1. If the idea/comment you voted on is also up-voted by the company who created the query; you receive a (small) bonus or other incentive. (This way people will actually try to find a good comment which is useful to the company.)

Option 2. Member votes have no immediate monetary value/impact on share sizes, only the vote of the company issuing the question will pick the winners. Once chosen by the company, the votes will impact share size. e.g. A comment might have 5000 likes, but it was a spam comment. In this system, although the comment has a lot of up-votes, they will not affect share size because the company did not pick it as a contender. In this system it would be important that the company issuing the reward cannot opt out and not chose a winner. However, if there was no satisfactory comment made within a set time-frame, a company should be able to adjust the time the bounty is active; And should be allowed to specify the demand. On a side note; certain comments will have higher likes because they were first to respond; but aren't necessarily the best comment. A company should therefor be able to weigh in a bit more. e.g. by giving an additional bonus for an extraordinary comment but with little likes (due to the time frame).

Some considerations:

When promoting people to vote; it is important that the emphasis should be on the quality of the vote and not the quantity.

Hope these ideas and suggestions might be of help and/or inspire better ideas.

Kind regards.

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Task Validation: Being in the shoes of a business

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We have been conducting interviews with businesses which use ERC-20 tokens, and already see two interesting strategies emerging from the current results. The first approach is for businesses preparing pre-ICOs, the second, for those already on an exchange. 1) The current bounty model is very time consuming. It involves using Google surveys, recording signups on a spreadsheet, checking, verifying and manually sending the tokens to each user. The campaigns usually involve sharing on social media, PR blog writing, and bitcointalk signature campaigns. Our goal is to find the pre-ICO startups before they launch a bounty campaign, making it way easier to set them on the easy path. We will also encourage them to post questions about their idea, to help validate it.2) For ERC-20 businesses already on an exchange, we will approach them as an application that allows you to “airdrop" tasks for your community and the public, allowing as many people to help with tasks as possible. Crowdholding engages and grows your community, while simultaneously helping build your product. What’s your thoughts? Any interesting ideas? PS: Our first ERC-20 token based project will be announced this week!
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Fatalninuda . | Posted 1 week, 2 days ago

1.) https://bounty.signals.network This is the way a bounty system should work, you could adapt it for crowdsourced tasks too. Sleek and amazing UX.

2.) If you insist on having a lot of tokens on your platform this is the way to go. Having a sleek interface allowing users quick feedback with automated rewards and verification. For the more essay type longer tasks (the short tasks like select this or that design/feature work better though) you use moderators.

3.) Having an in-app way of exchanging the ERC-20 tokens would be massively useful once you get like a bazillion projects.

4.) Advertising on Bitcointalk is a bit neglected and you can contact all sorts of pre ICO projects there who are relying on forum bounty managers for their campaigns. The whole shebang can be easily automated and rendered painless.

Ethan Clime | Posted 1 week, 1 day ago

Nice ideas!

Kewagi Guiscard | Posted 1 week, 2 days ago

The best bounty interface I've seen so far is the one from Refereum - https://earn.refereum.com

It's sleek, simple, and you're done in no time with all the tasks. It also auto-updates, and they managed to gamify the whole process, making it less tedious and more enjoyable. The less tasks feel like a chore, the more people will do them.

Ethan Clime | Posted 1 week, 1 day ago

Awesome, checking it out as we speak. Cheers :)

Crumple Cat | Posted 4 days, 15 hours ago

I registered. Yes, really cool :)

Jonny Dee | Posted 1 week, 2 days ago

1) In general I find my bounty campaigns on bitcointalk, this is an issue because there are different levels of actual information, on top of that I have to spend time researching the project to see if it is decent. If there was a way of validating the ICO (i.e. not a poor project) and having a set standard of information about bounties that would be amazing and save so much time for me and I imagine for the altcoin as well.

2) Personally I wouldn't use the word airdrop when it comes to cryptocurrency as you will confuse a lot of people as they will be expecting freecoins, not have to work for them. But i like the concept overall.

Crumple Cat | Posted 1 week, 1 day ago

Hey, about 1. It will be good if the team and community jointly agree on admission criteria for projects, then there will not be bad projects here. Also later, voting on this issue may be conducted.

Ethan Clime | Posted 1 week, 1 day ago

Agreed. And @Crumple Cat, good call. We push the multiple currency interface this week. This will allow business to easily create a project and begin using their token. Right now we are doing one on one interactions with businesses interested. But i see your suggesting happening, when we begin onboarding businesses daily. This is when I see voting done by you all. So will keep this mind for sure. Cheers :)

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What problems do you see with current ICO bounty campaigns?

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Crowdholding is working to make the lives easier for crypto businesses by automating the work involved with a bounty campaign. Tell us your experience with participating in a bounty campaign and how CH can improve this experience for you the user, but also the startup. Bounties usually consist of bitcointalk signatures and sharing on social media, and the startup uses excel spreadsheets and has to manually distribute the tokens and verify who does what, which involves man power. Although we expect some tasks to be associated with sharing on our application, we also want to encourage idea validation questions, similar to what we are asking here, to get the community to bring valuable insight for the business. We look forward to your thoughts!
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Reza Zainul Muzaqi | Posted 1 week, 3 days ago

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Sean Whelan | Posted 1 week, 5 days ago

Personally, my biggest gripe with bounty campaigns is, as you said, how long it takes. Even for the user. With some bounty campaigns, ALL of the tasks must be met or else you get nothing. Paying out a smaller amount of tokens for each task makes sense, and also eliminates the need for support staff to be answering the "but Twitter is banned in my country" kind of requests.

Zhanna Zhumagalieva | Posted 1 week, 5 days ago

When is the checkpoint? and please provide the spreadsheet. Thanks!
twitter username: icomap24

Kseniya Prydybailo | Posted 1 week, 5 days ago

We don't use spreadsheet, we use Crowdholding. If you want to participate in our Twitter campaign comment here: https://www.crowdholding.com/project/68/task/258/ico-bounty-marke...

Jonny Dee | Posted 1 week, 5 days ago

I think this task is more about what do you think are the current issues with all bounty campaigns and how they can be improved.

Jonny Dee | Posted 1 week, 5 days ago

I would say the fact that everyone that has to input into a spreadsheet and ICO's have to go through systemically every week to update it is time consuming for the startups and also means that everyone has to wait a long time for their bounties. Poor system for everyone and could be automated. This would also would minimise human error.

Fatalninuda . | Posted 1 week, 5 days ago

Startups don't manually distribute tokens, they just enter stakes into a smart contract with address of the bounty hunter.
Stakes, however, are mostly added by hand into the spreadsheet.

Oracles are your friends. You can automate most of the checking (although honestly, very few bounty managers bother with manual checks of the content posted, which is the main gripe against bounty campaigns.. it's mostly just spam)

There is another very convenient solution out (and very disturbing for me to even consider using) you give the app the permission to post tweets or FB posts for you and there are startups that have a checklist which you check and the bot automatically posts things on your social media.

Validation of ideas will require a person doing it for the foreseeable future and this is what I mostly see Yuppie niche. Reward good user feedback and that generates a positive feedback loop. People see good ideas are consistently rewarded and their up their game and stop posting hurrdurrr yuppie rulz posts good project very support much likes wow

Gürhan Çetinkaya | Posted 1 week, 5 days ago

The biggest problem is, ico holders behave to bounty hunters like crap. They give some promises and changing it every time. They are cutting the budget half, extending ico phase two months and not letting anyone to leave if they do they won't get anything. If there is a deal, people should honor it.

Kewagi Guiscard | Posted 1 week, 5 days ago

Many ICOs I've seen throw a Google form at you that needs to be filled out, sent, and then you wait. That's simple and fast, but feels clunky and unprofessional. I'd much rather see a "checklist" (like Refereum does, for example) where you can finish individual tasks and get feedback on a successful completion.

Michal Kurimsky | Posted 1 week, 5 days ago

I have already have up on some bounty campaigns, because it was very confusing, especially when I wanted to join half way through. I wanted to join a bounty campaign of one ICO, came to the ANN on bitcointalk, there were several A4 pages devoted to the bounty campaign and over 100 pages of posts where everybody was spamming with their bounty stats, and it was crazy. I opened the google spreadsheet, which was even more crazy, tens of columns, hundreds of rows...I just gave up and already missed 3 campaign from this same reason.
Some simple and organized solution for these campaigns would be very welcomed. ;)

Дмитрий Сомали | Posted 1 week, 4 days ago

Pay bonuses to the members of the ICO.

Gil Nusbaum | Posted 1 week, 1 day ago

I have several issues with many bounty campaigns:
1. Lack of reliability - we end up doing a lot of work and then the ICO gets canceled and we don't get the bounty.
2. Timing - there is often a very long wait to receive the bounty.
3. Lack of transparency - the terms are clear, but then what you receive isn't what you thought you would receive.

Abidin | Posted 1 week, 3 days ago

Platform is very good

karsipan wiraatmaja | Posted 5 days, 19 hours ago

The problem is its old pay but there is also a fast but sometimes its cheap ico tokens

Антон Фатеев | Posted 2 days, 22 hours ago

Problems bounty is that recently some bounty began to pay little, even if doing a reviev, asked to write 1000+ words, and pay $ 100, it's insulting (

Андреев Сергей | Posted 5 hours, 54 minutes ago

It's great that such a platform appears. In modern bounty programs there are such problems:
1. Bounty participants are not protected. It is not difficult for a project after conducting an ICO to postpone or refuse payments to program participants under various pretexts. Participants are disunited to influence this. The decision is to coordinate the actions of the participants in communicating to the investors of the project the existence of problems with paying bounties. This will be a reputational loss for a dishonest project.
2. A large number of multi-accounts in social bounties.
3. Different rules in different companies (difficult to take into account with daily activity) It is desirable to collect all the rules in one place. And all activities are also done from 1 place.

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Which Property & Room Search websites can RoomAgree partner with?

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The RoomAgree platform creates a rental agreement, room license or lettings contract between users, which can then be e-signed.To engage a large volume of Landlords & Agent users we are partnering in with websites such as idealflatmate.co.uk & ofixu.com in the United Kingdom.Internationally, which property search portals can we partner with? Any suggestions appreciated.We can either place a simple banner on the partner website to redirect them to RoomAgree or API with the data fields held within the portal.
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Reza Zainul Muzaqi | Posted 1 week, 3 days ago

for now I still have not found the site but for the future I will learn more about the important things that are on the update from the internet.

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Kewagi Guiscard | Posted 2 weeks ago

Here are some of the larger search portals in the German-speaking part of the world:

https://www.immonet.de - portal for buying and renting in Germany, Austria and Switzerland

https://www.immobilienscout24.de - Largest property portal in Germany

https://www.immobilienscout24.at - Same as above, but for Austria

https://www.comparis.ch/ - Largest Swiss platform for renting, buying, also offers insurance and financing

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Aaron Mani | Posted 2 weeks ago

Thanks Kewagi, this is perfect.

I have logged them on our CRM for a future exploratory partnership work.

If there any specific room rental or flatmate type sites you know of outside that UK, that would be appreciated.

Regards, Aaron Mani

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Kewagi Guiscard | Posted 1 week, 6 days ago

Hi Aaron,

all those sites include both rental and buying opportunities. Here's three specifically for flatmate type settings (called "WG" or "Wohngemeinschaft" in German):

https://www.easywg.at/

http://www.wg-gesucht.de/

https://www.wg-suche.de/

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Дмитрий Сомали | Posted 1 week, 4 days ago
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Andrighetti Mattia | Posted 1 week ago

Here the most important portals for italy:
www.casa.it
www.immobiliare.it
www.idealista.it

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Aaron Mani | Posted 1 week ago

Hello Andrighetti,

That is great, thank you, we'll add these sites to our CRM for a future reach out to Italy.

Regards, Aaron Mani

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Steven De Baets | Posted 1 day, 19 hours ago
Aaron Mani | Posted 1 day, 14 hours ago

Hello Steve,

Thank you for this, we had nothing in Belgium on our HubSpot CRM as yet prior to your advice.

Regards, Aaron Mani

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Fatalninuda . | Posted 4 days, 3 hours ago

www.nepremicnine.net

www.gohome.si

www.bolha.com

oglasi.svet24.si/oglasi/nepremicnine

https://nepremicnine.si21.com

nepremicnine.dutb.eu/

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Aaron Mani | Posted 1 day, 22 hours ago

Thanks Fatalninuda, this is great.

I have logged them on our CRM for a future exploratory partnership and link exchange work with rental search portals.

Regards, Aaron Mani

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YUPIE ICO

Which Pre-ICO startups would you like to see on our application?

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As you know, we are now beginning to build the multiple currency platform allowing ERC-20 tokens on our app. As a reminder you can read our new plan here: https://goo.gl/a4bGsCGive us links to pre-ICO businesses who plan to launch their pre-ICO after November. Give a sentence or two why you think they would be a good fit for CH and we will contact them. We will be active with reaching out to businesses already on the exchange and pre-ICO startups. We look forward to your recommendations!
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Reza Zainul Muzaqi | Posted 1 week, 3 days ago

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Crumple Cat | Posted 2 weeks, 2 days ago

https://www.producthunt.com/upcoming
Most of these "upcoming" startups are unlikely to hold their Pre-ICO\ICO in the near future, but many of them may be interested in involving the crowd in their co-creation and co-promotion for future revenue (in cryptocurrency) now. I think that on par with "fully crypto-oriented", it's necessary to involve the guys from "the traditional startup world", which basically revolves around PH. And as the founders of projects, and the community that is used to giving meaningful feedback, but for free. Once again about RocketClub, which became at one time very popular in this space. And also note how community supported this crypto project https://www.producthunt.com/posts/21-co-2, which now pivots to become https://earn.com/

Well, it requires a special operation ;)

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Ethan Clime | Posted 2 weeks, 1 day ago

We actually even tried them out already to reach investors during the beginning of ICO. Although our results were just a survey and was minimum. I do like their business model. We will reach out to them.

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Fatalninuda . | Posted 1 week, 5 days ago

https://listninja.co/
Crossreferencing mailing list analyzer, they are small but could probably use some user feedback on their features
http://connecting-food.com/
like fooz, but already in action
https://minerva.com/
reverse merchant fee startup on ethereum blockchain, a lot of user interaction

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Andrey Nakonechny | Posted 2 weeks, 3 days ago

in which the generous bounties

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Ethan Clime | Posted 2 weeks, 1 day ago

Here we just want you to give new busesses preparing for ICO that we will contact to recruit on our app

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SAYED AHMED | Posted 2 weeks, 2 days ago
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Ethan Clime | Posted 2 weeks, 1 day ago

Make sure you to let us know why they would be a good fit :)

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Mandar Karhade | Posted 2 weeks, 1 day ago

I think I can come up with a list of such potential ICOs with smallish budgets with ERC 20 tokenbase. I will contract the devs directly. Hopefully it will be a mutually beneficial endeavor

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Ethan Clime | Posted 2 weeks, 1 day ago

Great to hear, look forward to your support. Cheers.

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punny tourettes | Posted 1 week, 3 days ago

go network and ins

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punny tourettes | Posted 1 week, 3 days ago

bitcomo

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DAWQ Foundation | Posted 6 days, 23 hours ago

I basically just applied with my project start up because thinks this is a great idea. Hope you have time to review it

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Ethan Clime | Posted 6 days, 16 hours ago

Hey, cheers for applying and thanks. We are reviewing your project and will get in touch with you shortly via telegram. Look forward to chatting.

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Антон Фатеев | Posted 2 days, 22 hours ago

Hi, I think it's worth it to cooperate with these ico, it's unfortunate that you wrote presale, i know so many good ico.
1) https://nebulas.io/
2) https://singularitynet.io/
3) https://gonetwork.co/index.html
4) https://ico.neuromation.io/
5) https://gladius.io/ru

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Alex Krikorian | Posted 6 days ago

Issue is, how you can avoid people from exploiting this and over-advertising their favorite ICO and spamming to promote it? Maybe making a review on some of the ones people will propose first, would be one way..

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Pedro Rios | Posted 4 days, 17 hours ago

DeepOnion this community is growing very fast with around 500 new members joining this community that runs Its blockchain in he TOR network, it is a coin with privacy, untraceable transactions, very safe! take a look!
https://deeponion.org/community/apply.php?ref=676934

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Sn Lordys | Posted 3 days, 21 hours ago

https://sono.money
interesting realization of the blockchain in sound design, I think the prospect of quick sales in offline stores and also payment services.
also will probably fit ( if you modify) the communication between the Internet of things )) , the use of such sound blockchain in zvukozapisi etc.

https://ico.spectivvr.com
interesting idea to promote the virtual space. Also a confirmation of his rights on its media contents technology VR

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YUPIE ICO

Thoughts on our new strategy proposal

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Hello Everyone, We would like to share you our new medium article that announces our new strategy. We cover about the ICO and the next steps we will take in our journey together. You can read it here: https://medium.com/@crowdholding/crowdholding-moving-forward-9189234bbfd7Give us your thoughts and discuss. We are proposing this to you first to get valuable feedback. We can't wait!
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Reza Zainul Muzaqi | Posted 1 week, 3 days ago

it seems like many of the proposals I need to learn in the strategy, because I myself rarely find ico who hold bounty campaign like this in this way I think it is more personal and more secure in the use of bitcointalk account.If there are proposals that can be sent I will receive well and studying the proposal.
thanks.

Kewagi Guiscard | Posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago

I was a bit sad to see that you "only" made 300k and feared for the worst when I started reading the article - after all, many lesser ICOs that promised the moon and provived nothing so far made more in the months before. But seeing that you decided to adapt to this and go on made me respect you guys even more.

Love the hybrid token idea - that way, YUPIE stays relevant through all the tasks, and users can additonally get tokens from companies they love to support. I think this idea beats any old airdrop or random token giveaway by a mile, both in terms of value created and "customer loyalty".

Your commitment to burn the remaining tokens makes me believe you're in this for the long haul, and really optimistic about the future of YUPIE. Looking forward to the Dec 2018 marketplace, that's gonna be a great Christmas gift :)

Crumple Cat | Posted 2 weeks, 4 days ago

Hey, co-creators!

I support the decision to extend the ICO, also support the decision to reduce the target to 1 million and the completion of the ICO as it is achieved. I think these are worthy and realistic decisions that enhance the project reputation and give it the opportunity to move more freely and more confidently, with the main focus on development, rather than raising money. But I have two questions so far:

1) In cases of burning unsold coins, do you leave enough (commensurate with the sold ones) coins for the future crowdsource community?
2) How will projects that would like to be submited on the platform after the ICO can get Yups for their crowdsource tasks (if they didn't buy Yups during the ICO)?

Also I like the decision about projects tokens, but I will write my opinion in more detail in the task to this issue.
Moving forward!

Ethan Clime | Posted 2 weeks, 3 days ago

Hello Crumple Cat. Let me answer your questions:
1) We will burn all unsold tokens, which represents 45% of the pool, thus we will have a remaining 347,050,000 in our smart contract. This will get slowly added when there is a higher demand of buyers than sellers on the exchange. 2) The businesses will purchase them directly from the exchange creating a high demand of buyers, thus fueling the YUPIE in value.

Ethan Clime | Posted 2 weeks, 3 days ago

Correction: "This will be slowly added" means "Yupies will be distributed from our pool"

Georgi Chochev | Posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago

The idea seems amazing and should push the platform a long way and hopefully at faster rate. I'm surprised really by the fact that you had to lower your "expectations" by 50 times.
Anyway the idea is great, other companies giving their own tokens on this platform means those companies will also be promoting this platform which is a win win.

Fatalninuda . | Posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago

What is the point of YUC if you'll allow other tokens on the platform? You can get revenue directly from the companies involved, retain 10% and give the rest to the people. One of the reasons for the low participation could be your marketing, I came across you completely by accident on an unrelated bitcointalk thread. I haven't seen anything about crowdholding, anywhere. You have a workable idea and there are several ICOs selling air that are getting millions now, it's just that people don't know about you.

Posting graphs about low participation in ICOs is a really bad excuse.

Another area that could use improvement is business development, you can't expect much interest if you can't attract anybody big to the cause. The focus should be on getting big clients to post bounties, when there is money to be had people come. Even to a flaming piece of ||!t like Steemit. You seem to like it a lot, but have you even used it?

Andrey Nakonechny | Posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago

everything is right

Mandar Karhade | Posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago

I am expecting the approach to be either of the two ways
1) Increase the number of reviewers and customers which should in theory bring the large investors and businesses to crowdholding
2) Bring the large businesses to crowdholding so when the reward increases for reviews, more people will join in to review it.

But it has gotta start somewhere. I am glad that you have chosen the path #1, Lets take the ride down that path and hope for the best. Or may be this platform can be turned into a yelp but with better reviews platform.!

Дмитрий Сомали | Posted 2 weeks, 3 days ago

I support all your decisions, they are really true!

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YUPIE ICO

What do you think of how Steemit governs their tokens?

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We at Crowdholding, have a fascination of how Steemit governs their token (i.e. monetary policy) seeing both positives and negatives. You can read more about this here from pages 7 to 15: https://steem.io/SteemWhitePaper.pdf Tell us what you think about their policy. In addition, what do you think of you deciding our monetary policy where you vote and co-create the rules?
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Gil Nusbaum | Posted 2 weeks, 6 days ago

The biggest problem with Steemit is that the way in which they so freely distribute their tokens has the effect of devaluing the token (essentially through inflation), which makes fewer people want to hold the tokens. It basically encourages short term trading, which is the opposite of Crowdholding's goal.

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Ashley lin | Posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago

I dont really think that forcing to reinvest is the right idea. It should be left to the people what to do it. That is a negative reinforcement. You can provide a positive reinforcement like, if they invest within a week, it becomes 1.25x

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Ethan Clime | Posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago

Correct, but it's always good to look at how they do it. In the future we will want users to purchase products in our market place. However, Yupie has long term value, therefore there would be less incentive to purchase products when you will instead want to hold it knowing it will raise in value. We must come up with an idea to also encourage spending. One idea for example, is in the future when you earn YUPs from a task, 50% of YUPs must be spent in one week through investment or buying products or it disappears (reverts back to the yupie pool). This is just an example why in the future we need to look into a monetary policy when our market place is complete. DAO failed because only 5% wanted to use their token, the rest wanted to hold. Therefore the fully decentralized market place didn't work.

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Gil Nusbaum | Posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago

I understand the premise -- even if you want to encourage users to purchase products with Yupies, the goal is to build value within the Yupie. Free distribution devalues the token, which makes people less likely to continue to use the platform -- whether they are holding or spending.

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Ethan Clime | Posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago

Hey Gil, you make a valid point. Still some time to examine this more, but I hear ya. Will be coming back to this down the road while we follow the roadmap, so your advice is well taken. Before work ends, we will be announcing a strategy that we think you will like. So we look forward to your feedback. Cheers.

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Ethan Clime | Posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago

@Ashley... Duly noted

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Next Houl | Posted 1 week ago

How come free distribution devalues the token? First of all this so called "free" is not free. It is the distribution for being early adapter. Plus this is a reward for sharing opinions. This is essentially crowdsourcing the brainstorming. Considering it free is wrong.

Secondly, the assumption that free distribution will encourage short term trading is again a false assumption. If the token has inherent value, it will be held well. If it does not then it will not be held and will be dumped. In no way it will be successfully traded short or long term because of the free distribution.
If your assumption was indeed true , all the airdropped tokens will literally be dumped for no value. But there are many of those tokens still doing just fine!

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Kewagi Guiscard | Posted 3 weeks ago

Steem has a bunch of good ideas worth considering. Many ICOs face an immediate drop in value the moment their token becomes tradable, because the selloff by short term investors scares others and leads to a sellout. Finding a way to balance the interests of the community with that of crypto traders by using different models for the short and long term is definitely a step in the right direction.

Personally, I think only you should decide the policies of Crowdholding - design by committee, after all, has a tendency to go horribly wrong. Asking and evaluating community input, however, is a great idea.

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Crumple Cat | Posted 2 weeks, 1 day ago

I think that the community could eventually vote for the options suggested by the team, but the team would reserve the right to make a final decision, regardless of the vote.

Perhaps as one of the options, vesting for investors on the part of the tokens?

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Reza Zainul Muzaqi | Posted 1 week, 3 days ago

to explain this I am very inclined to identify on token. now this is a lot of projects that look good but at the end of the token story is even a scam. to anticipate that many things must be done in a way that is wise and need assertiveness without a doubt in order not to get so big losses in investing.

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Next Houl | Posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago

Anyone who knows steemit from its early days know how the platform is super centralized in terms of the power and steemit control in general. The token inflation occurs still to the early members. Although these major flaws in the system have made me cringe at Steem and never hold their tokens or use their platform (call me sour grapes guy) but I never liked it.

But that does not take away from their very interesting structure of Steem, SBD, and Steem power structure. The SBD as the pegging token was the most interesting move of all as it gave Steemit users something to measure their steem against. It works as the $$ but the money never leaves steemit platform, therefore the inflation does not really affect them much.

This is what I call as a stroke of genius although started and still continuing to be a really Top heavy distribution of the platform. I like the modeling but I do not like the execution

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InSomnius Joe | Posted 1 week, 6 days ago

This is very true.
Basically people that are late to the game (even one year ago) are still just minor players, unless they got really lucky and the big ones are just getting bigger.
And I don't know how to prevent that from top of my head.

And it's pretty much unslvable right now.

Also, it's a big part of human nature to keep power once you get power. That is probably the biggest problem. How do you solve this? And once you do, you also solve politics and governments.

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Next Houl | Posted 1 week ago

Yep that is the reality ! Sad but true

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Дмитрий Сомали | Posted 2 weeks, 3 days ago

In this case, the idea has no perspective. Absolutely not!

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NIkola Radunovic | Posted 2 weeks ago

Well, the community is basically what keeps Steem worth anything, it would sink like a rock without steemit users who they seem to listen to very little or slow, for example website and UI design, solved after 4 months, which is waaaay too much! Also to still keep SBD savings account with 0.01% APR is ridiculous as it won't bring any interest to a holder just make a problem for withdrawing the funds. Also as many users said the account creation process is terribly inefficient as the ability to mine your own acc opening money is terminated, wait times are up to 2 weeks. 2 WEEKS!!! There have been some suggestions from @dragosrua on steemit to make a acc creation token and sell it, but it all comes up to how much is steemit inc interested in improving user experience. P.S. you can find me on steemit as @nirado

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Fatalninuda . | Posted 2 weeks, 6 days ago

STEEM is almost a perfect example of how to complicate simple things. The reason why they chose such byzantine ways is left for your speculation.

There is no need for either SP or SBD. They could have easily chosen to mark the STEEM that are vested as untradeable and use STEEM for everything SBDs are used for. SBDs are especially funny as they derive their value from STEEM.

STEEM will have difficulties monetizing their business model as they are dependent on people not dumping their STEEM and new users buying STEEM. It serves no other purpuose besides enabling a select few the dream life, getting paid for liking posts and even fewer, writing posts.

They have the right idea about governance though. People who have more skin in the game have more say about how things are done, this should be present in each system as I find it the most important trait. There is a lot to be said about centralization and unfairness of such policy towards the little man, though.

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Alex Krikorian | Posted 2 weeks, 6 days ago

In theory sounded good, in practice doesnt look as good as i hoped/expected. Only mentioning the quality of the posts, looks like its becoming like a facebook picture competition. What i mean is, less and less people focus on their quality of posts and more and more people will do anything to attract followers for the 'likes'. I would have preferred if it had taken a more 'forum-oriented' path rather this 'instagram/twitter-orientation'.

Still, the idea looks pretty decent though, but not sure how it can reach a decent result.

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Andrey Nakonechny | Posted 2 weeks, 6 days ago

I think they have the right instructions with the given tokens

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YUPIE ICO

Would you like to see other tokens on our app?

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Soon we will have API’s connected in our system to your wallets (you must fill out profile and place your public key there) which allows you to receive our tokens to go directly into your wallet from a task. Our question and idea is from past feedback:Along with Yupie projects, would you like to see other ERC20 businesses place their token on our app? Thus your profile will show not just Yupie tokens but other tokens from businesses needing feedback and ideas to support their project. This feature would allow us to make revenue to then reinvest the revenue back into the Yupie to increase it's value. Keep in mind, our vision is revenue sharing and co-creation. This is a just a feature to gain more traction and a critical mass of users while we build the product towards this vision. 
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Ashley lin | Posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago

Aren't you guys already having crowdshare token?
There is nothing wrong in keeping the other tokens as a wallet (barring the security reasons), but if all the transactions on this platform happen to be in the form of either YUPIE or Crowdshare tokens, I dont see the benefit of doing this.

Can you please explain how is it going to improve sharing &/ revenue for the projects on Crowdholding?

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Ethan Clime | Posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago

This concept was brought up because we had some businesses wanting to put their tokens on our application. We have a 10 month runway from an equity investment (not counting ICO money and not making revenue) We plan to keep ICO running while we keep building and formulating Yupie usage. In a way, we have two directions we have reviewed. Both directions utilize the Yupie and allows us to begin making revenue next year.

Direction 1: Allow both erc20 tokens and non-token businesses on our application. Erc-20 tokens can begin on our application come January. Non-token businesses utilize our Yupie as the currency and share revenue come July 2018. We take a small cut of erc-20 tokens and reinvest in the Yupie with it (Our ICO). Those Yupies get distributed evenly to all Yupie users on our app, so you all. We use the funds to cover expenses to scale our development towards revenue sharing. (ie. token startups begin sharing their revenue in their token after they give out their bounties associated with their smart contract). The Yupie would be used to invest in businesses and purchasing products or services as shown in our roadmap and is used through revenue sharing with our non-token businesses.

Direction 2: Do not accept erc20 tokens and only use the Yupie. However, we would get businesses to pay a fee only after their tasks validates the question they ask you all. This fee would happen either after every task or each month. This would also be reinvested into our ICO and the Yupie would be distributed out evenly to all of you who are users on our application. (another option would be to give the Yupies to businesses from the fee who could also use it to give tasks to you all) This fee would turn into revenue sharing come July 2018. Again we would take a cut from the revenue sharing and reinvest it/distribute the yupies to all of you.

A perfect world for us was having a big ICO where we would focus on the revenue sharing model. That would have meant having the resources to build the vehicle. But now, we must build a skateboard, than a scooter, followed by the vehicle (revenue sharing).

We have an exchange that has accepted us and connects API's to Kracken allowing large liquidity. However, we want to hit our 1 million goal and then burn unsold Yupies. Our plan organically raises the ICO through the revenue our company makes, thus increasing the Yupie value overtime. In addition, together with your votes we have the opportunity to create a monetary policy with the Yupie and Crowdshares to establish a working economy for a deflation market place. Changes to monetary policy would be voted by the crowd (you).

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Mandar Karhade | Posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago

Exactly, that's what I thought. I am unable to see the revenue generation mechanism that benefits the user/crowdholding platform

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Kiril Nikolov | Posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago

The user will benefit from more tasks (own token posting makes it easier to post tasks rather than having to acquire Yuppies). On the other hand, the risk is for Yuppie holders, as it will take away attention from it.

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Mandar Karhade | Posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago

Once again.. Exactly. It might make them easier to do their business but it reduces the focus and "demand" from the YUP token. and in a simple demand and supply economy that is not a wise thing to do!

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karsipan wiraatmaja | Posted 5 days, 19 hours ago

Ok

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Kewagi Guiscard | Posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago

As long as you create some clear guidelines on the uses for Yupies, Crowdshares and third-party tokens, I don't see the harm. Unless we eventually end up at a point where we all lots and lots of small amounts of different tokens here that aren't worth the effort to send to another wallet or exchange, at which point something like a Crowdholding Shapeshift, like Ashley suggested, would be beneficial.

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Ethan Clime | Posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago

Check out my comment under Ashley's question where we present guidelines under direction 1.

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Kewagi Guiscard | Posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago

Sorry, Mandar, not Ashley.

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Kiril Nikolov | Posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago

Good guidelines would be crucial here, I think you are right.

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Fatalninuda . | Posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago

What is the point of Yupie if you will allow other Ethereum tokens?

Why not just use ETH then? It has critical mass already. I think it's a harmful idea, if you will provide service people need, they will buy YUP to pay for it. YUP value increases. If you allow everyone to use any ERC20 token, YUP gets 0 adoption and 0 value.

And how will it allow you to generate revenue, not like they will be yours to reinvest?

The less tokens involved, the better. Not even considering the security nightmare you'd be facing. ETH would be the perfect thing to get paid in or pay for service in as it's the second biggest crypto and really widespread. You'd also save money from token rent. But as you want your own token, you priority is making it useful, allowing other tokens to perform the same function makes YUP meaningless.

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Ethan Clime | Posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago

Hey Fatalninuda, check out my reply to Ashley's comment. I help answer your questions there.

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Rosario Colletti | Posted 3 weeks ago

The solution might be a mixed reward. A project/startup could reward with token/ETH AND a minimum amount of YUP; that would allow small businesses to distribute their token, but also increase YUP adoption and value

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Fatalninuda . | Posted 2 weeks, 6 days ago

Mixed reward is the worst of both worlds. If a startup awards ETH for tasks, YUP has no point. If startup distributes their token, which is unknown, like YUP there is no increase in YUP adoption or value. Anyone on the platform should use the same currency, anything else is confusing and a technical nightmare.

The only way this could work would be Crowdholding becoming the best multi wallet, then all tokens could be supported. It still shows the YUC superfluity, but it would work.

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Mandar Karhade | Posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago

It almost sounds like Crowdholding app will become a wallet for ERC20 tokens. Is the purpose of these tokens just to "Sit idly" on the wallet or something like shapeshift to convert to YUP whenever a user wants to use it?

What is the value of storing tokens of other projects on the wallet? Can you please explain the value proposition with some example or graphics?
Thanx

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Reza Zainul Muzaqi | Posted 1 week, 3 days ago

oh of course, because I want to know more about this project and it is a pride for me to do it so that I am more adept at studying and joining deeper into this project so that we are equally successful together with both the ico team and the project investors this.
what do your peers say?

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Kibek Joens Steemers | Posted 3 weeks, 2 days ago

Great! That is nice progress for build this apps more better and better

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Michal Kurimsky | Posted 3 weeks ago

I think it will be great opportunity to get our hands on new (unknown) tokens. It's great way to connect the whole blockchain community, show non-token businesses how it's done on the blockchain and the IT guys, how the tangible business looks like... Everybody will benefit - win-win situation. I'm in! ;)

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Matej Korman | Posted 3 weeks, 2 days ago

Well this is awesome and I fully support you! I think a lot of people be interested in earning more tokens ;). But hope that it won´t take down the price of the tokens - I mean a lot of free tokens - less raised money..

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Gil Nusbaum | Posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago

My preference is, instead, to expand the application/uses of the Yupie that already exists rather than creating additional tokens on the platform. If the idea is reinvesting revenue back into the Yupie anyway, then having one token should contribute to building value in that token.

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Kiril Nikolov | Posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago

Yeah, I think to have other projects' token on the platform would be great, but it would it could take away attention from the Yuppie token. You should proceed with caution.

I imagine all sorts of tasks from independent projects - from project evaluation to bug bounty to ICO promotion. I think it's awesome.

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Brian Wamelile | Posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago

I personally, I have no problem seeing other tokens on CrowHolding app infact this could act as a cross promotion in one way or the other...

That will be a good prospect to me

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Sebastian Grossmayer | Posted 2 weeks, 6 days ago

Just stick to one token! More tokens just confuses the crowd. Instead of adding more tokens, try to get companies on the platform for "intrapreneur" ideas ;)

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Crumple Cat | Posted 2 weeks, 4 days ago

Judging by the latest news, the team has already decided on other tokens and I like it. As I understand now the issue directly in the concept of implementing this decision. I would like to offer my vision which also takes into account the data from the roadmap, according to which a crowdfunding\ICO module will be added later to the platform, which will allow the projects to hold their own ICOs.

Well, ideally I see it so. The platform offers the projects all possible payment options for co-creators. The projects set up the available options for its co-creators according to their strategy. Co-creators in turn chooses the desired option from the proposed projects. Thus, we are forming an equitable ecosystem of rewards, in which each member is free to choose.

For example:

All possible platform payment options:
- 100% yups
- 100% project tokens
- 50% yups \ 50% project tokens
- Custom % ratio (ETH\BTC\Yups\Project tokens)

The project chooses the available options for co-creators:
- 100% yups
- 100% project tokens
- 50% yups \ 50% project tokens

Co-creator chooses the most appropriate option for him:
- 50% yups \ 50% project tokens

Such an approach automatically creates additional questions, but at my discretion it can be harmoniously and rationally solved. In particular, under what conditions can the project choose option "100% project tokens"?

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Fernando D. | Posted 2 weeks, 4 days ago

I think more tokens would be confusing and take attention away from "Yupies".

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Jonny Dee | Posted 1 week, 6 days ago

Would be very interesting and great for both parties.

For co-creating I would receive two tokens instead of just one for my work and the ICO's can spread their token as well through the crowd.

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Вадим Буйлов | Posted 1 week, 1 day ago

I would like to see other tokens in App because it's a great deal and big value for company. I think a lot of people are interested in other tokens and will be more secure attachment fo this

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Fooz!

Where do you think Fooz! will work best?

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Please indicate the city where you think Fooz! will stick the most. As you all mentioned already logistics, please bear in mind that delivery will be short range (60 miles away from the city's outskirt). Consider also factors such as: -Culture-Difficulty of delivery-Presence of Farms around a city (variety, quality, etc...)-Your strong need for Fooz! :-)
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InSomnius Joe | Posted 3 weeks, 2 days ago

From my personal experience in terms of Culture, logistics (User's and yours) and people's mindset about Food I would say:
- Berlin, Copenhagen, Vienna, Stuttgart and Munich.

Reason 1: Many people -especially Germans - (as you can see most cities are German) in these cities are conscious about what they eat and where it comes from - with more emphasis on the latter.
Reason 2: They have the money to spend and already spend it on food. Just look at a huge rise of Al Natura and other Organic supermarkets.
Reason 3: Big cities, it's hard to get access to really good quality food without expensive middle men
Reason 4: Time - Busy cities have busy people

Special Reason for Denmark: It is hard to get good quality food but people also greatly care about the environment, food waste, etc. There are even many laws that eg/ force supermarkets to be small, reduce packaging to the minimum, no "buy 1 get 1 free offers, etc. It's all to reduce waste and enviromental impact so the people there are ripe to get some great and sustainable food. :)

So Copenhagen and Berlin are my top choices :).


Unf. where I live right now you would prob. not succeed unless the price is also good. - Prague

sergio tunno | Posted 2 weeks, 6 days ago

Thanks! Very good insights :)

Sebastian Grossmayer | Posted 3 weeks, 2 days ago

In my opinion Munich, Milan and Vienna are suitable cities. They all are bigger which means that there are consumers for local groceries. Furthermore the above mentioned cities have farms near the city outskirts which makes logistics easier.

One idea: How about just delivering the groceries from farmer's markets or bio grocery stores to customer's? Like Foodora for local groceries ;)

sergio tunno | Posted 2 weeks, 6 days ago

Hi Sebastian, the Foodora of local groceries is actually a good point. In fact, some of our first farmers will be those that have already an online presence and sell already directly. I believe it's in their interest to utilize such a service not to have to focus on direct sales. Great point, indeed! ;)

Next Houl | Posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago

What is fooz? Can you add that in the description?

Ethan Clime | Posted 3 weeks ago

If you click the name Fooz as the title, it goes to the project page where you can read all about the business. It also includes links to the website. Maybe a good idea we incorporate a description popup for people on the newsfeed (home link) to read right before answering. Cheers for asking.

sergio tunno | Posted 2 weeks, 6 days ago

That's actually a good point, Ethan. Looking forward to such a feature.

Next Houl | Posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago

thanx for pointing that out. I was so confused on how should I be finding information. But its a best practice to keep relevant information fairly quickly accessible.

Next Houl | Posted 2 weeks, 5 days ago

After reading about what Fooz exactly does, I am perplexed on the need to have such a platform for Farmer's market.
From my experience, I can say that the places which already have a inclination for Farmer's markets; pretty much already have an existing market. What does the Fooz bring new to the existing milieu.

Secondly, will you be assisting or replacing the existing infrastructure that these local communities have.

There is definitely a lot of scope for growth in the cities in which such a concept does not exist. Any city with a fairly good farming industry already has a supply for the foods. So most of the 3rd world can be excluded right of the back.

Any place which has a 1st world status, spare GDP to spend on the fresh vegetables sounds like an ideal place for such a business. But again.. There are so many of those. Pick one that has got money to spare, no time to spare, inclination for fancy food and awareness for the healthy apatite and start the business.

Mandar Karhade | Posted 2 weeks, 4 days ago

Hit the nail at the end !
"Any place which has a 1st world status, spare GDP to spend on the fresh vegetables sounds like an ideal place for such a business. But again.. There are so many of those. Pick one that has got money to spare, no time to spare, inclination for fancy food and awareness for the healthy apatite and start the business."

Lol you could have spared first all things. This is the gist!

Pavel Karfík | Posted 2 weeks ago

Why don't you let the ship the product from the farmer's venue? That way you can connect vendors anywhere and reach a global market, are you really ready to handle logistics from all kinds of vendors to multiple cities?

A project I once co-developed has been solving a very similar issue, but hasn't been decentralized, vendors were in charge of their sales and shipping, it was the search, the payment and large selection of products that made our project work.

sergio tunno | Posted 1 week, 5 days ago

The way we will launch the platform, in fact, will be the model you described. It's easier and will help us identify the cities where the majority of our customers will be. We want to launch it with one specific product, to start with, extra-virgin olive oil, leaving to each farmer the shipment. We just have an agreement with the courier to pick up the pack. In this way, we'll have no need for the storage. This works with nonperishable produce. When it will come to the whole range of produce shipped by farmers, we will need to select a city, create the logistics around that one, and once it works, move on to the next one. What about your project, Pavel, can you share more details?

Kewagi Guiscard | Posted 3 weeks, 3 days ago

I'm not sure how big your chances are in my city, but let me give you the rundown:

People in Vienna (Austria) are mostly well informed about and interested in organic foods. Fooz would have to compete with a few farmers' markets, organic supermarkets and established delivery services for organic produce. The city borders one of the most important agricultural regions of the country called Marchfeld, to which it is well connected via roads and a train network, so delivery should not be much of a problem.

sergio tunno | Posted 3 weeks, 3 days ago

Competition is a good point. Is it better to enter a market where there's already high, established demand with several competitors, or a place with little competition and a rising demand? Responding to your point, I think we could get to Vienna only when we will have a well-greased machinery, so we can compete.

Дмитрий Сомали | Posted 2 weeks, 3 days ago

in Russia this idea will not be successful.

sergio tunno | Posted 2 weeks, 3 days ago

Interesting, why is that?

Дмитрий Сомали | Posted 2 weeks, 3 days ago

Very high corruption and the relationship between agriculture and officials. Very much depends on their decision ...

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YUPIE ICO

What is a Crowdshare? Learn and discuss!

easy task
Let us introduce you to the concept of the Crowdshare. As you know, businesses on our app will be sharing a % of revenue, thus we look to add a token called the Crowdshare come summer 2018. You can also earn this the same way you are earning the Yupie. An example calculation would be 1% of revenue = 1 million Crowdshares. This can be future revenue (for businesses who haven’t generated revenue yet) or current revenue generating businesses. The idea is that the business can place the amount of time the Crowdshare is valid (for example 3 years when revenue starts being generated) and you would earn whether monthly, quarterly, half year or yearly (chosen by the business) their revenue in Yupies as dividends from holding Crowdshares of different companies. On average, 10% of revenue from a company is spent on ads. We at Crowdholding think the ad model is becoming broken with the CTR lower then 0.1% and us users actively using adblockers. It seems a no brainer to skip spending money on ads and give it directly to the customer to co-create with the business.   Give us your thoughts and ideas that spurs from the Crowdshare logic of revenue sharing. Does it look rewarding to you? Do you see faults? How can we make the best model work? We look forward to your feedback and ideas! UPDATE EXPLAINATION THANKS TO COMMENTS: Sorry for the confusion. Yupie is the currency on our app. We are looking to introduce the crowdshare after the bounty period this summer. Startups will be sharing revenue (paid in Yupies). However, in order to know who owns what revenue from each startup, you begin earning a security token called crowdshares. Owning this crowdshare is worth dividends paid in Yupies. Think of it as a share of revenue you own where you will be consistently being paid in yupies by owning this asset. Eventually bounty ends around the summer (6% of our Yupies), and to replace and keep the Yupie movement on going you will earn crowdshares which is royalties of our businesses. So you will be earning a % of this revenue (crowdshare). A year ago, before getting involved in the crypto scene, we were planing just the crowdshare and people would use fiat on our app. But now crypto opens the doors to make our market place dencentralized. Revenue sharing begins in July, thus we are looking on the best way for businesses to distribute their revenue to all of you. We want to be as transparent as possible and be open with telling you about internal strategies. Your answers will help shape us for the best possible revenue sharing product come July. Will definitely be following up with future discussion regarding this.  
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Crumple Cat | Posted 3 weeks, 6 days ago

If I submited my startup on Crowdholding platform (I really plan it with time), I would like to charge my tokens to those who participate in its co-creation and co-promotion. How will we solve this issue in the context of Crowdholding concept and Crowdshare\YUPIE tokens? It reminds me of a question that is now being discussed on Bitcoin Talk https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2344753.0, about full or partial payment for bounty in ETH. And I agree with many participants of the discussion that it's not profitable for projects to pay 100% in ETH, because they want to promote their own token. But also I agree with those who don't want to receive 100% payment in some projects tokens. That is, 50\50 is a fairly rational option, although the choice option is still the most fair and useful for the ecosystem.

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Mandar Karhade | Posted 3 weeks, 6 days ago

@Ethan Hi.. Can you please edit the description of the who crowdshare concept for everyone to understand it better? (I see that you replied to @Crumple Cat with more clarification). The post is confusing

As per my understanding you guys need a new token to know the % participation of each YUPIE holder into each of the startups. So, I expect that, my wallet/account will contain x , y , and z number of crowdshare tokens from each of the X, Y and Z Startups. Which will decide how much % share of the project revenue should be paid to me in the form of YUPIE.

I think thats a fair idea/ncessity but how is it decided that I own x , y or z shares in X, Y and Z startups? Is it decided using the number of YUPIE I owned when the project started? OR Do I select some good startups and invest my YUPIE/exchange my YUPIE to get the shares of those companies?
I am really confused

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Ethan Clime | Posted 3 weeks, 5 days ago

Hey Mandar, sorry for the delay. Added and changed for a better understanding. You have it right from your explanation. However, you last paragraph to clarify, there will be Crowdshare X, Y, Z that you can buy with YUPs or earn by answering tasks like here. In order to build the best co-creation app, we are rewarding all of you Yups now (6% to be exact), which you can also buy Crowdshares come July and earn Crowdshares through feedback come July. Yupies is our currency. Keep in mind, this is a strategy in preparation. All your feedback is important to us.

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Mandar Karhade | Posted 3 weeks, 5 days ago

Hi Ethan, Thanx for clarifying. Yeah, it makes sense to have a new token then. Otherwise, people will have to trust you guys with the number of shares that they have in each of the projects. But just to simplify matters, why to have multiple share tokens that might increase the number of tokens exponentially? I mean each of the projects will have its own crowdshare token! This might cause a huge mess at hand once we hit more than 100 projects. Already maintaining a crypto portfolio is painful as it is. I would just love to see a simple account with 2FA enabled on your website.

The account shows total YUPIE = YUPIE available for trading/sharing/spending + YUPIE tied in the projects
A simple stat like = HOw many YUPIE are invested in which project and how much % of the project that accounts for should be more than enough to satisfy the same purpose.

If you guys want to allow people to exchange/trade/OTC their crowdshare tokens for any of the projects, that can be easily built within the website itself. You guys might be able to act as DEX for your own crowdshare tokens.

It will solve multiple issues
1) Not too many tokens to handle (Just YUPIE)
2) YUPIE gets locked up each time someone invests so it will increase the value
3) If the crowdshare token is too cheap, its transaction and buy sales will be a lot more costly on ETH backbone rathern than YUPIE (which is supposed to have larger value)
4) This keeps the focus on only YUPIE so outside investors can pick it up
5) Internal exchange of the Shares of projects with/without need of the blockchain is not that easy to manage. But if its in the form of just proportion (Investment of 500 YUPIE = 1% of the crowdshare like proportion) the calculation is very easy. I guess this whole transaction or the value of the token can be even uploaded to the blockchain using tag rather than a separate execution contract which increases gas consumption. With all the projects of Ethereum, I see ETH chain being bloated like hell soon. This might just help the parent chain to decrease bloating too.

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Ethan Clime | Posted 3 weeks, 2 days ago

@Madnar, awesome input. Good call on the simplification process you mentioned. Will definitely be utilizing these aspects.

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Mandar Karhade | Posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago

Thanx Ethan :)

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Kewagi Guiscard | Posted 3 weeks, 6 days ago

This could be a total game changer. Instead of just randomly confronting people with ads (which, while targeted and focus-tested and so on, still have a high chance of missing, or straight out annoying the targeted audience) in a world that's so full of advertisement that we develop technologies to reduce their onslaught, why not interact directly with your customers, get them involved in the process, and offer them a small share in the whole thing? Besides the obvious benefits to the company (direct customer contact and valuable feedback), as a consumer, I'd be much more interested in a product that I helped shape in some small way, even more so if I stand to make some kind of profit if it succeeds.


I think we're seeing the end of the giant faceless corporation that only interacts with its customers at the checkout line of whatever store sells their wares. If a company manages to get its customers involved in the process, by engaging with them and sharing the rewards from this cooperation, it might see a level of interest and loyalty that others can only dream of.

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Fatalninuda . | Posted 3 weeks, 6 days ago

I think making another token when you already have YUP will turn off a lot of people. There isn't any pressing need for additional token unless you're planning to make crowdshares tradeable, but it's still just a duplication of tokens.

If it's only to track the stakes of crowdholders a simple spreadsheet does the job just fine.

YUP idea is basically paying people directly to engage with a product, hopefully turning them into evangelists. It will work better than FB adds, that's for sure. There should be more chances for users to make a contribution or change, though. You can go beyond feedback and bug hunting. Engage users in naming the products, make votes for product upgrades, engage users in a meaningful promotion activity or an activity that benefits the company.

The most important thing is the selection of tasks, if they have impact on products people like and use the compensation is just a bonus.

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Fatalninuda . | Posted 3 weeks, 5 days ago

One issue I see with this model is: After an user gets his crowdshare and the company must share its revenue, what's to stop an user from doing anything so the company pays dividends for nothing? It seems inefficient. Perhaps some sort of dynamic, decaying crowdshare to incentivize people to remain active could work.

Good clarification of crowdshares. But these need not be in a token form, you just plainly write for this or that action you get this or that % of revenue in YUP, it will be super confusing using crowdshares with a lot of projects.

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admin | Posted 3 weeks, 5 days ago

Good call Fatalninuda, our concept involves commission of sales (ie revenue) and needs to be simplified. And Yupie should be used as the reward. We were just wanting to discuss about creating revenue as an asset which pays you in dividends. Interesting we see mix reviews, which is helpful with deciding our implementation.

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Matej Korman | Posted 3 weeks, 5 days ago

I think that is very good idea, the money should go to users/customers not to advertising company, I think that it is future, because there is a big competition and how to be successful? Be different, give something to users, give them reward! But with this idea are coming many new companies. Such as Futurenet, Refereum and many more.
So I think idea is very good, but you have to work hard to beat the traditional companies, because they are here for very long time and most of people trust them.

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Crumple Cat | Posted 4 weeks ago

Sorry, but I'm really confused. Based on this information, I don't understand why we need another token. Please explain why one token (YUPIE) is not enough?

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Ethan Clime | Posted 4 weeks ago

Sorry for the confusion. Yupie is the currency on our app. We are looking to introduce the crowdshare after the bounty period this summer. Startups will be sharing revenue (paid in Yupies). However, in order to know who owns what revenue from each startup, you begin earning a security token called crowdshares. Owning this crowdshare is worth dividends paid in Yupies. Think of it as a share of revenue you own where you will be consistently being paid in yupies by owning this asset. Eventually bounty ends around the summer (6% of our Yupies), and to replace and keep the Yupie movement on going you will earn crowdshares which is royalties of our businesses. So you will be earning a % of this revenue (crowdshare).

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Crumple Cat | Posted 3 weeks, 6 days ago

Thanks for the explanation. Now I understand more.
p.s. not very good that I can't respond directly to your comment;

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Ethan Clime | Posted 3 weeks, 6 days ago

I hear ya, we will improve this.

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Anton Koro | Posted 3 weeks, 6 days ago

This is a great idea - in any case !!! The minuses will manifest themselves in reality .. if it comes to this !!! If you discard hypocrisy ... then everyone agrees that we are here to earn! And this is the possibility of additional ... and possibly long-term earnings. If it looks like a long-term asset (a sort of dividend) ... then it will certainly attract such a method of supporters ..)) I'm all hands "For" !!!

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Ridwan Abdsalam | Posted 3 weeks, 6 days ago

I think the idea is cool. If there could be a solution to give customers to the ability to co create with the business and make returns much more better compared to spending directly on adds, then it'll be a disrupting one!

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Michal Kurimsky | Posted 3 weeks, 6 days ago

This is great idea. I have been looking for a ways to receive passive income and this might be IT. I see it as a great tool for both, the business and the potential customers/clients. I think that thanks to this system, the businesses will receive much more relevant feedback as the "Crowdholders" will want to receive those % shares, in case of that the businesses will give these shares only for high quality, useful, relevant feedback and cheap/general feedbacks won't be rewarded, then the platform will attract more businesses and more new "Crowdholders".

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Kiril Nikolov | Posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago

This is a very big concern of mine. Basically, businesses asking generic questions (what do you think of our product) and receiving just as generic and useless answers (You should do marketing and advertising to grow). It's not only for the Crowdholders to generate thoughtful insights, but also it's on the businesses to generate thoughtful questions and tasks.

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Michal Kurimsky | Posted 3 weeks ago

I think that's why there are the "Votes", the good answers wil receive Votes and Shares will be distributed accordingly ;)

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Gil Nusbaum | Posted 3 weeks, 5 days ago

I echo the comments of others here. I think there should be one token - the Yupie - which can be used for several purposes, rather than creating a new token solely for this purpose. This will accomplish two things -- (1) incentivizes people to purchase and use Yupies because they will be more versatile, and (2) will discourage the perception of Crowdholding being greedy or seeking a money grab.

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InSomnius Joe | Posted 3 weeks, 2 days ago

Purpose of Ads is to make people discover a product and also buy it.
I'd say you solve the second point.

But what about the first one? How do you help companies reach new customers?

I can see a potential for viral mouth to mouth marketing but there are some problems with that which the companies will have to take into account.
- What if you're a niche product
- What if you're not ready for going viral
- How do you make sure you actually get buying customers, not just "revenue wanting customers".

Just my quick thoughts.

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Ethan Clime | Posted 3 weeks, 2 days ago

Regarding your questions. Our product is a niche market. We are only looking for crypto/fintech businesses to go on our application attracting users interested in this sector (crypto enthusiast). We are also not ready to go viral for the general public. But we have a community already now of early adopters. This in time grows as our business develops. 9/10 businesses fail because they are not validating with customers. Early stage business can offer future revenue. This means, only enthusiast adopter will participate because they are not receiving money right away, only if the business is successful. Henry Ford in 1916 wanted to give his employees and customers (to make cheaper vehicles) the dividends of his shareholders because he believed they would use these funds to buy his cars. Although he was sued by his shareholders and lost in court, this ideology is now ready for todays world. Here at CH, our research shows co-creation through crowdsourcing solves these problems that the current system faces. We will test and adapt on our journey of revenue sharing and co-creation, and how we will make it work is by co-creating with you. Thanks for the quick thoughts. Appreciate it.

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InSomnius Joe | Posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago

Thanks for the answer. Though I was actually posing those questions for the companies that would use CH.

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Ethan Clime | Posted 2 weeks, 6 days ago

@InSomnius (reply too "though I was actually posing those questions for the companies that would use CH.") --- I hear ya. I don't anticipate a new business going viral, but see them gaining a small community here that will grow in time with viral potential. Best case scenario is everyone goes viral on CH, but we know the reality is a process to grow a community to validate and give feedback that is needed for early stage businesses. In time the community grows. Will revenue sharing get them buyers from the crowd who receives the crowdshares? There is no real examples of businesses doing revenue sharing with the crowd, so I can't answer the question exactly. However, I beleive yes. As a user, I want to put my time in businesses/projects I like. For which I would be interested in using their services and products. How cool is it, that I can help shape the project as well! So personally I would buy it and show my friends the product because I helped with others shape it.

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Kiril Nikolov | Posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago

Hi Ethan, So the plan is to further down the road create a Crowdshare marketplace, correct?

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Ethan Clime | Posted 3 weeks ago

That's correct. A market place that allows salaries (revenue sharing), investing (revenue ie. crowdshares) and purchasing products. By this time, we end up making it fully decentralized, buyout existing shareholders, and CH revenue reverts back to the crowd. And the application is run like wikipedia. That's the end goal.

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Kiril Nikolov | Posted 3 weeks ago

Looking forward to it, Ethan!

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Brian Wamelile | Posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago

Just a few words from me.....I definately it's a good idea and launching another token would look good if people are well sensitized on how best it's going to work....me i might know but not all people will understand it

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Andrey Nakonechny | Posted 2 weeks, 6 days ago

if I understood correctly, then your idea is good, why spend money on advertising if you can pay directly

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Mematcha

How do you think ICOs can be incorporated into the food industry?

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ICOs are the big thing at the moment and are allowing both businesses as well as supporters to make a lot of money and funding. We wanted to find out if ICOs were able to be incorporated into the food industry somehow.Let us know your thoughts, are there other industries in which ICOs could be but aren't yet being implemented in?
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Anton Koro | Posted 4 weeks ago

The food industry in the ICO is not new !! While there is no ICO regulation in many countries ... this industry risks becoming doomed to failure !! It all depends on ... what the Blockchain technology will be used for:
- if for an internal settlement system (then not a good% of success), since even Snow is ready to sell ... attracting funds to the ICO)))
- if to simplify the supply and transport logistics product (it can be) In fact, successful ICO - these are the ones that develop the technology Blockchain !!!
As for your product ... - you can apply the Bonus system accrued by tokens when buying Tea

Jamal Abdi | Posted 3 weeks, 6 days ago

Some very interesting points, thank you. I like the idea of a bonus system for when you make purchases, and then you could use these tokens to buy more products.

Next Houl | Posted 4 weeks ago

Food industry (especially restaurants) are well known to 'always' go under its a well known fact. Plus the requirements are quite stringent and expensive for such an endeavor. Unless the team of world class Chefs and waiters is trying to build another palace, I dont think anyone will be willing to invest in Restaurants.

If its just a small home made food business needing help like 'Pop's and mom's shops on etsy', I think the food industry still has a value in terms of ICOs. A much smaller investment has a potential to become quite successful so risk reward ratio is quite good. I hope my points are useful

Mandar Karhade | Posted 3 weeks, 1 day ago

ICOs these days are getting out of hands actually. As both @Anton and @woldpack have said, its not new and it depends on the purpose of the ICO.
Whether it is for the initial funding for building up / internal settlement / bankroll sort of investment.

The point is that the food industry needs seed money but not always the investors are aware of the parameters involved in the possible success of the food industry endeavor. So expecting them to invest in something is a bit difficult or ill-adviced (especially given that about 80% of the new restaurants fail).

One good use of ICOs in food industry is to have a business supporting the food industry for the order placement, and receipts and the logs related to it. For a big food chain, storing information on the blockchain about all the different local outlets can be a really interesting way of managing the data.

Дмитрий Сомали | Posted 2 weeks, 3 days ago

Baby food. I think this is one of the most promising areas!

Steven De Baets | Posted 1 day, 19 hours ago

Hi Mematcha;

Here are some suggestions ordered by concept and subdivided into use cases:

1. ICO for a company which aims to improve the logistics of the industry:
1.1 B2B contracts / payments / management / Legal
1.2 B2C Easy webpayments / orders (e.g. a company from which people can place grocery orders and will deliver those orders / or prepare those orders to be picked up).
1.3. B2C - create a free market place where companies can bid for services of other companies. E.g. companies can bid over contracts to distribute food to a certain school, prison, army, etc.
2. ICO for a company that will focus on ethics and quality or consumer products:
2.1. By creating a transparent link from producer to customer; people will be guaranteed the quality, authenticity and ethical standards of a certain product. This ICO can market at big companies which will receive, by using their network, a marker/stamp/logo that shows the customers that the product is upheld to certain standards. (e.g. fair trade, low fat, etc etc.) This Ico would be focused on consumer-company trust.
3. ICO for a company which focus on altruistic goals.
3.1. This ICO will be a non profit organisation which tries to help people buy food, drink, other necessities.
3.2. An ICO integrated with public welfare. Blockchain technology applied to the welfare system; reducing overal cost and increasing efficiency from governmental institutions.
4. ICO for small businesses
4.1. Create a platform for "home-cooks" that will allow them to sell food to other customers. So instead of take away pizza; people can look online for what other, regular people offer, and buy some real home made food instead. The token can be used as credit, tipping, etc.
4.2. People can invest in start up companies related to the food preparing/making/selling market.
4.3. A non profit ICO where small businesses can ask for money to invest in things they need. E.g. a farmer might be in desperate need for a new stable, or a starter might be needing an initial investment to buy a foodtruck, etc.

I hope some of these ideas might be of value; and or inspire better ideas.

If an idea isn't clear, feel free to ask for some elaboration on the concept.

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Mematcha

New Flavoured Matcha Green Tea

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Hi Guys!We are currently thinking of expanding our product range, so if you don't know already we are a Matcha green tea company. Matcha is one of the most health beneficial green teas available.So we were thinking of introducing fruit flavoured matcha including the following:- Banana- Strawberry- Vanilla- Mango- Peach- BlueberryLet us know your thoughts, which flavours would you prefer to see launched? Are there other flavours that you think should be on this list? Let us know!!
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Next Houl | Posted 4 weeks ago

I vote for

Peach
Any of the berries
small quantity of Mango.

Other thoughts,
I guess you should expand your line a products without thinning out too much. I am guessing its all depends on how good your last few months were in terms of sales. If you made good sales then expand aggressively, if you did not make the cut and thats why you are trying to do something new and expand, then choose the ones which you think are more certain to be accepted by the market.

Another few flavors (may be fruit or may be not)
Chai tea, lychee, Jasmine, Raspberry, Peppermint

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Kewagi Guiscard | Posted 3 weeks, 6 days ago

- Banana: That sounds very, very weird, I'd be surprised if this works.

- Strawberry: Great idea, just make sure it's a very natural strawberry flavor, not an artificial one, that could be bad.

- Vanilla: Everything is better with a little vanilla, so why would green tea be the exception?

- Mango: Fantastic, I'd love to make an iced tea out of this, sounds perfect for a hot summer day.

- Peach: See Mango.

- Blueberry: Definitely.

In any case, I think you'd be best served by launching only a few new flavors at a time, check for popularity, remove the less popular ones and then add some more to build up a collection of variants.

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Mandar Karhade | Posted 3 weeks, 5 days ago

Strawberry and Raspberry.

Have you thought about using herbs as the flavors? There are a lot of japanese and Indian herbs that can be used for Matcha flavoring and will go well with the taste. Peppermint is always another easy to go option but its just too common.

There are others that others have not suggested yet, Lemon, citrus, lemon-grass, tulsi, Jeera, Passion fruit. Ther originals like Monk fruit etc can be great options too.

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Jamal Abdi | Posted 3 weeks, 5 days ago

Thanks Mandar, this is something we will definitely look into :)

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Anton Koro | Posted 4 weeks ago

definitely - goji berries !!! And for marketing it is useful))

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Jan Martínek | Posted 4 weeks ago

For me:

Banana
Blueberry
Chocolate (I know you don't have it there but please do :D )
Coconut (look at chocolate :D )

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Jamal Abdi | Posted 3 weeks, 5 days ago

Love the coconut idea, and we were thinking of getting the chocolate but it contains milk which we wasn't sure of doing as all our products are vegan

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InSomnius Joe | Posted 3 weeks, 2 days ago

Coconut would be great. I vote for it, too.

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Jan Martínek | Posted 3 weeks, 2 days ago

Glad to hear you like it. I'll appreciate the votes if it makes sense to you.

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Brian Wamelile | Posted 4 weeks ago

For me i like

Banana
Vanilla

Could add,
Chocolate

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InSomnius Joe | Posted 3 weeks, 2 days ago

My thoughts or how I'd approach this with design thinking.

I'd get some ideas from the users or potential users (which you're doing now).

Determine what the users actually want to achieve
- Is it better flavor because they don't like Matcha but they want to drink it because of the great health benefits?
> for example for me I fail to make good hot matcha tea and I hate it. Though if I make a cold one it's really nice. So my need would be to know how to (or how to make it simpler for me) make a good matcha tea and incorporating it more into my routine. (eg. baking, cooking, smoothies)
- Is it extra benefits they might get combining it with other things?
> This again would be me. My morning drink consists of ginger, turmeric, black pepper and sometimes some green tea and/or fat like butter.
- Do they want to change their repertoire as it's getting dull?
- Do they use it in recipes?

Based on that, you will know what they actually want to achieve, or what is their need, and just that will actually help you determine which direction to go and where to do some RnD.

Based on those ideas I'd create quick prototypes with simple mixtures to determine if the taste is compatible and then test it with users.

Pick the best performers and focus on those.



Now to your question
- Vanila, Mango, Berries > good flavor enhancement (potentially)

Though for me a huge thing would be a mixture with other enhancing things, like CHAGA Mushrooms, goji, etc.
And I can see that Matcha could work really well with these.

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Дмитрий Сомали | Posted 2 weeks, 3 days ago

Black currant, perhaps one of the best tastes!
So will be very popular forest berries, for example, strawberries.

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Weeshing

Refer us promoters or the venues

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Hello music lovers,   Weeshing has successfully raised over $8 million USD to fund thousands of events across the Americas (Chile, Argentina, Mexico, Mexico, Peru, Columbia, USA) and are planning further expansion.    We would love your help finding the next location to bring fans and bands closer together, and are happy to reward you for any leads you may have.    Do you know any promoters/producers who work with venues larger than 1,000 capacity? If so, there are tokens waiting for you! Any locations or introductions are welcome.    Please provide the following information: Name of the Promoter or Venue: Location (City, Country): Contact information: Web-site: If there is one Reward: 250 YUP/ for each Venue or Promoter reached The first 10 submitted venues (including all the above information listed) will be awarded    For more information about past and current projects please visit our web page www.weeshing.com 
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Mandar Karhade | Posted 4 weeks, 1 day ago

Name of the Promoter or Venue: Miller Outdoor Theatre (1700 Capacity)
Location (City, Country): Houston, TX, USA
Contact information:
Public Relations Lydia BaehrLydia@ltbaehr.com
Advertising / Media Buying Debra Ford debra@fordandcompany.com
Web-site: http://milleroutdoortheatre.com/

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Mandar Karhade | Posted 4 weeks, 1 day ago

Name of the Promoter or Venue: NRG stadium
Location (City, Country): Houston, TX, USA
Contact information:
Barbara Beaton Director of Sales (832) 667-1743
Rose Harshfield Senior National Sales Manager (832) 667-1741
Justin White Executive Sales Manager (832) 667-1668
Keith Butler Senior National Sales Manager (832) 667-1744
Judy Chan Sales Manager (832) 667-1820
McKenzie Rowley Premium Seating & Suite Sales Manager (832) 667-1640
Liz Conner Event Contract Manager (832) 667-1745
Lydia Parker Booking Manager (832) 667-1746
Pam Jones Sales & Marketing Administrative Assistant (832) 667-3976

Web-site: http://www.nrgpark.com/business-opportunities-and-non-profits/

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Nhàn Thuận | Posted 4 weeks, 1 day ago

Name of the Promoter or Venue: San Diego Civic Theatre
Location (City, Country): 1100 Third Avenue B Street Downtown San Diego,
Contact information: info@sandiegotheatres.org
Web-site: http://sandiegotheatres.org/about-us/theatre-information

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Ridwan Abdsalam | Posted 4 weeks, 1 day ago

Name of the Promoter or Venue: Kwara Mall theatre
Location (City, Country): Ilorin, Nigeria
Contact information: PLOT 1, Fate Road, Kwara Mall (Shoprite), GRA Ilorin
Phones: 08129962965, 09026666612, 08129962981
Web-site: None

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Charles David Cepeda | Posted 4 weeks, 1 day ago

Name of the Promoter or Venue:
Location (City, Country): Manila, Philippines
Contact information: Phone no# 639294309602
Gmail charlescepeda7@gmail.com
Web-site: If there is one None

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Michal Kurimsky | Posted 4 weeks ago

Name of the Promoter or Venue: Home Credit Arena - Capacity 9000 people
Location (City, Country): Liberec, Czech Republic
Contact information:
Mr. Lukáš Přinda - CEO
+420 488 048 122
prinda@homecreditarena.cz

Mr. Petr Hrubeš - production and business manager
hrubes@homecreditarena.cz
+420 731 547 926
Web-site: http://www.sportparkliberec.cz/

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Дмитрий Сомали | Posted 2 weeks, 3 days ago
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YUPIE ICO

Voting and comments

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Hello Crowdholders, We are constantly striving for novelty and changes on our platform, as of today non-signed up users on Crowdholding cannot make any comments or do up-votes. Here we came with the idea to implement some more features on our platform and as our users your opinions for us are valuable. So, what could be pros and cons of the changes (listed below) on our platform? What if we allow non-signed up user to comment on the task. What if we allow non-signed up users to up-vote on the comments. What if we allow making comments while being as incognito user. What if we allow making up-votes while being signed-in as Anonymous user. What if we allow users down-vote but only with an argument. What if user goes on a crowdholding.com and instead of getting on a main page gets directly to the news page were the tasks are placed. Should we limit the amount of the votes to 1 per person per task?  
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Mandar Karhade | Posted 1 month ago

What if we allow non-signed up user to comment on the task.
Pros: More interaction with the community
Cons: The issue of spam can be a real pain to clean once it starts.

What if we allow non-signed up users to up-vote on the comments.
Pros: Better community participation and representation
Cons: Fake accounts and upvotes adding no value to the platform

What if we allow making comments while being as incognito user.
Pros: None
Cons: Although anonymity can be considered as a right, for a platform based off of the co-operation of the community incognito does not bode well

What if we allow making up-votes while being signed-in as Anonymous user.
Pros: None
Cons: Same comment as incognito
Recommendation for above 4 questions: Incognito only for the "Verified" users [add tiers of verification beforehand before allowing incofgnito]

What if we allow users down-vote but only with an argument.
Pros: Yes thats a great idea, but who will decide if the downvote is valid?
Cons: The issue of spam can be a real pain to clean once it starts.
Recommendation: May be downvote should be weighted with the number of upvotes the accompanying comment stating why it should be downvoted in the first place.

What if user goes on a crowdholding.com and instead of getting on a main page gets directly to the news page were the tasks are placed.
Pros: Might save a second or two. Not so much upside
Cons: The updates on the main page could be missed
Recommendation: Add a setting for a registered user on what should be their "landing page" once they log in.

Should we limit the amount of the votes to 1 per person per task?
Pros: Not so much
Cons: People dont read more than 2-3 top comments and vote. So the top voter gets highest votes no matter what.
Recommendation: Completely randomize the sequence of the comments under any article.
Create a special vote with 10 YUP reward, and ask user to go through each of the comments on a separate page, and then select the best answer at the end of all the comments. A Singular vote need not be kept at the mercy of the lazy reader. [Disclaimer: I am not calling anyone else lazy, I am describing my own behavior]

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Gil Nusbaum | Posted 1 month ago

What if we allow non-signed up user to comment on the task.
PROS: Might encourage more participation, additional members who have the opportunity to test the platform out before they register.
CONS: Although you might get more participation, it would be very difficult to prevent spam/trolling comments. I think the cons outweigh any pros.

What if we allow non-signed up users to up-vote on the comments.
PROS: Might encourage more participation, additional members who have the opportunity to test the platform out before they register.
CONS: It would be difficult to prevent spammers/trolls from voting multiple times or intentionally skewing the vote.

What if we allow making comments while being as incognito user.
PROS: Could encourage people to post comments without fear of reprisal/retribution/backlash.
CONS: Could encourage people to post comments without fear of reprisal/retribution/backlash -- in this case, hide behind their keyboards. In a forum that is endeavoring to foster a community feel, I'm not sure this is what you want.

What if we allow making up-votes while being signed-in as Anonymous user.
PROS: Assuming this would allow some sort of policing (e.g., only one upvote per comment), this could encourage people to participate who otherwise are hesitant.
CONS: Could encourage spammers/trolls to sign in anonymously and upvote comments.

What if we allow users down-vote but only with an argument.
PROS: Prevent people from downvoting without justification, trolling, etc.
CONS: None that I can see.

What if user goes on a crowdholding.com and instead of getting on a main page gets directly to the news page were the tasks are placed.
PROS: Saves time/clicks to get to where a user wants to go.
CONS: Users may not otherwise see important messages/content that only appears on the main page.

Should we limit the amount of the votes to 1 per person per task?
PROS: Preserves the integrity of the voting process.
CONS: None.

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Georgi Chochev | Posted 4 weeks, 1 day ago

• What if we allow non-signed up user to comment on the task.
The board might and probably will get flooded with useless spam
•What if we allow non-signed up users to up-vote on the comments.
Just current users will be exploiting that to upvote their own comments.
If an outside person was going to like a comment he would already be committed and register an account.
•What if we allow making comments while being as incognito user.
I don't see the point. Are people here afraid to tell the truth?
•What if we allow making up-votes while being signed-in as Anonymous user.
Same as above
•What if we allow users down-vote but only with an argument.
People argue over anything. In this case they will be arguing just because they want to downvote you so they get ahead for the token prize.
•What if user goes on a crowdholding.com and instead of getting on a main page gets directly to the news page were the tasks are placed.
That seems reasonable. You wan't more engagement.
•Should we limit the amount of the votes to 1 per person per task?
No.

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Kewagi Guiscard | Posted 1 month ago

* What if we allow non-signed up user to comment on the task.

If you combine this with a CAPTCHA and a team of people that scan the comments for spam and the like, it could help bring more activity to the platform, but it could also lead to a lot of low quality/troll comments.

* What if we allow non-signed up users to up-vote on the comments.

Again, combine it with IP tracking or something like that to prevent abuse if you do. In a system like this one where upvotes can translate directly into tokens, there's quite the incentive to find a way to manipulate the voting system.

* What if we allow making comments while being as incognito user.

That might actually be a way for people to leave critical comments without fear of.. well, I can't really think of any kind of retribution this would invite, but who knows.

* What if we allow making up-votes while being signed-in as Anonymous user.

If you mean a registered user that chooses to remain anonymous for the purpose of the upvote, then I don't see the harm in it, but I also don't see any benefits either.

* What if we allow users down-vote but only with an argument.

Maybe a better system for this would be to allow to tag comments as "unhelpful", "spam", "off topic" or the like?

* What if user goes on a crowdholding.com and instead of getting on a main page gets directly to the news page were the tasks are placed.

That would be great. As nice as your main page is, I don't need to see it every time I come here :)

* Should we limit the amount of the votes to 1 per person per task?

This might be complicated to implement, but I think a better solution would be to weigh the upvotes of a user, splitting their "upvote power" (either a fixed number or decided by their current level / YUPIES earned or something, maybe?) between all the upvotes made. Otherwise, as has been commented by Mandar already, many people will just upvote one of the top comments and be done with it.

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Ismael Santos | Posted 1 month ago

What if we allow non-signed up user to comment on the task.
Pro - more people would come to have more involvement without commitment.
Cons - could lead to unnecessary span if it´s no regulated somehow

What if we allow non-signed up users to up-vote on the comments.
Pro - Sure, if they would be granted to participate, it should be fully
Cons - I don´t see a con if the spam message were controlled.

What if we allow making comments while being as incognito user.
Pro - would be nice for those who don´t want to sign in or commit his/her identity anyhow.
Cons - The anonymity could lead to offensive and unpleasant comments.

What if we allow making up-votes while being signed-in as Anonymous user.
Pro - the same rule should be used for comments and upvotes
Cons - the rule for the previous article apply

What if we allow users down-vote but only with an argument.
Pro - would protect the original argument be dislike with a logical argument
Cons - would cut the liberty of someone express their own opinions without an explanation why

What if user goes on a crowdholding.com and instead of getting on a main page gets directly to the news page were the tasks are placed.
Pro - would be direct to the point
Cons - the person wouldn´t have the chance to explore more other contents by simply exposure

Should we limit the amount of the votes to 1 per person per task?
Yes, per task not for the entire content that could involve different topics

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Keith Galloway | Posted 1 month ago

This is a general suggestion for comments. I believe as your platform grows (which I'm sure it will) there will be a ton of comments and there needs to be a better way to browse them, other than scrolling through them all.

My suggestion would be to allow for sorting comments by New, Hot, Rising. Similar to Reddit. And maybe show the newest comments by default. This would give someone the opportunity to leave a comment a few days after a task has been posted and still have a chance at getting upvoted. Otherwise, I think the users who comment the soonest will always be at the top.

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Fernando D. | Posted 1 month ago

What if we allow non-signed up user to comment on the task & What if we allow non-signed up users to up-vote on the comments & What if we allow making comments while being as incognito user & What if we allow making up-votes while being signed-in as Anonymous user: Pretty much all the same Pros: more people will get involved and will have increased interaction Cons: you wont be building a serious user base and will be open to spam and bots and non-sense
What if we allow users down-vote but only with an argument: P:again this should lead to more interaction Cons: difficult to monitor to see if its justified.
Should we limit the amount of the votes to 1 per person per task? P: people will value their vote more Cons: people like to get upvotes, the more you restrict it, the less likely people will want to comment/post etc.

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Fatalninuda . | Posted 4 weeks, 1 day ago

What if we allow non-signed up user to comment on the task.

Why would they? All you would get is a lot of bot spam pushing this or that.

What if we allow non-signed up users to up-vote on the comments.

Why would they? Same as above.


What if we allow making comments while being as incognito user.

No. There must be accountability, anon posts are just asking for mudslinging.


What if we allow making up-votes while being signed-in as Anonymous user.

Upvotes are always good, so there are no issues if they come from unknown persons. The motivation of a person to remain unknown while upvoting is a mistery though.


What if we allow users down-vote but only with an argument.

It's an ok idea, but can become a negative feedback loop. Problem lies in the argument, is it a sound one? Who decides? If a moderator needs to get involved it's better for him to just remove a bad thread/comment, without user arguments.


What if user goes on a crowdholding.com and instead of getting on a main page gets directly to the news page were the tasks are placed.

Everybody is here for the tasks so yes, users should land on the news feed!


Should we limit the amount of the votes to 1 per person per task?

No and there should be some way to incentivize voting. A very minor reward.

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Nhàn Thuận | Posted 4 weeks, 1 day ago

What if we allow non-signed up user to comment on the task. I think that It is not effectless, the more the better
What if we allow non-signed up users to up-vote on the comments. I think that It is not effectless, the more the better
What if we allow making comments while being as incognito user. I think that It is not effectless, the more the better
What if we allow making up-votes while being signed-in as Anonymous user. I think that It is not effectless, the more the better
What if we allow users down-vote but only with an argument. Idea is so great
What if user goes on a crowdholding.com and instead of getting on a main page gets directly to the news page were the tasks are placed. It is very inconvenient
Should we limit the amount of the votes to 1 per person per task? ok

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Jan Martínek | Posted 4 weeks, 1 day ago

For me it's:

What if we allow non-signed up user to comment on the task.

+ You could get more interaction from outside people. Somebody might want to comment but doesn't always want to go through the registration process.
+ Could bring fresh air into the community (assuming after some time there will be a specific group more present than other)
- Since it will be so easy to comment, anyone will be able to do it. What I mean by that is that if people make some effort, they usually value stuff more (I treasure things I earned over those that were given). And since now they won't have to go that extra mile, it could project into the quality of the comments. It doesn't have to be a big shift since your reward system kinda takes a lot of the risk away ("you will get money but only if you provide quality content") but I'd still take it into account.

What if we allow non-signed up users to up-vote on the comments.

(Same as previous more or less. With the difference that this would be more susceptible to error..."oh hey guys I wrote that comment, give me likes" if this is posted by someone very popular on their social networks, it could really disrupt the equation vote = value

What if we allow making comments while being as incognito user.

Probably same thing.

What if we allow making up-votes while being signed-in as Anonymous user.

Same.

What if we allow users down-vote but only with an argument.

Why would you want to downvote? You'll give people the ability to fight. Only way this could make sense for me is to have downvotes as a kind of countermeasure against unfair upvotes. But.it seems way better to me to just make the upvoting system better.

What if user goes on a crowdholding.com and instead of getting on a main page gets directly to the news page were the tasks are placed.

Why not both? Take him to main page with a feed from the news. Or let him choose in settings.

Should we limit the amount of the votes to 1 per person per task?

No. That way, yes, you could avoid the "gives votes to everyone so nobody gets vote" but the con seems a bit worse. If I like two ideas of 20, how can I only choose one? Which one? If it were me, I'd become angry and give 0 votes :D.

Hope some of it helps.

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Brian Wamelile | Posted 4 weeks ago

I think the good thing about the changes is that it will reduce on the spam rate as serious people we assume they must sign in first.

On the other side response rate will reduce but I don't think that's an issue

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Matej Korman | Posted 3 weeks, 2 days ago

What if we allow non-signed up user to comment on the task.
Pros: there will be more comments, but will be the posts good quality?
Cons: maybe there will be more spammers

What if we allow non-signed up users to up-vote on the comments.
Pros: I think that will be only possitive, there is no way how to abuse it, so I recommend it ;)
Cons: none

What if we allow making comments while being as incognito user.
Pros: It brings more people to comment, because a lot of people don´t want to be visible, cyptocurrency and internet is a little bit anonymous right?
Cons: Spammers? Low quality comments?

What if we allow making up-votes while being signed-in as Anonymous user.
Pros: if there will be one vote- one member, there isn´t anything wrong...

What if we allow users down-vote but only with an argument.
Pros: yes, there is good, because disagreement is also a vote
Cons: arguing and spamming in comments?

What if user goes on a crowdholding.com and instead of getting on a main page gets directly to the news page were the tasks are placed.
Pros: They will see that they are active
Cons: They won´t see your goals, vision, success...

Should we limit the amount of the votes to 1 per person per task?
Pros: yes I agree, there will be better objective value

Keep good working, team!

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easy task
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Biruh Deunk | Posted 3 weeks, 5 days ago

i want to join signature campaign. but i confuse

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Ethan Clime | Posted 3 weeks, 4 days ago

Sorry for the delay. You have to copy and paste the bb-code in your bitcointalk signature.

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Alex Geissen | Posted 2 weeks, 6 days ago

Bitcointalk.org login: gamer455
Bitcointalk account URL: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=132236
Bitcointalk Rank: Full Member
Bitcointalk Posts Count: 160

I also included avatar and personal text! I am very happy to help and which Crowdholding a lot of luck!

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Matej Mezihorak | Posted 1 week, 6 days ago

Can I join this bounty even I've already done it for pre-ICO?

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lakimens . | Posted 1 week, 5 days ago
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YUPIE ICO

How should we utilize user profiles?

easy task
Please create a profile. Click your name on the top right corner and then click SETTINGS to allows you to add your bio (just 200 characters), skills and wallet (public key). Please fill this out and let us know if you run into any bugs. The description and skills will show up under profile and under activity, including seeing your latest transactions from your wallet. Soon enough wallet's will be connected from APIs so that Yups enter your account's instantly. After going through this process, how would you want to use your profile to showcase yourself? What ideas can we do to utilize user profiles? For instance, tagging skills could allow project creators to request support from specific skilled users they need just by requesting those tags. We look forward to hearing your ideas!
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Anton Koro | Posted 1 month ago

You can integrate access to the platform through links to the main social networks. Where there will be an opportunity to make retweets or reposts of both news and tasks from the platform itself (which in turn will lead to the expansion of the project). Also add the ability of Personal Messages between all participants! Well, the most important thing is the safety of the profile .... you need to add 2FA !!

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Ethan Clime | Posted 1 month ago

Yes automating and embedding retweets and posts makes sense. I hear ya about 2FA. Good call.

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Kewagi Guiscard | Posted 1 month ago

Besides skills, the tagging system could also be used for languages spoken, in case this becomes relevant for a project. Also, I think it could be beneficial to add a way to "prove" those skills, for example by linking to projects, articles and videos.

Maybe projects and tasks could also be tagged, in order to create more information about what kind of tasks a user tackled most often, and how successful (in terms of votes) they were in each field?

While we are on the topic of profiles, I think quite a few people still have problems with missing avatars, me included. Not really a critical bug, but it would be nice if you could fix this in time :)

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Mandar Karhade | Posted 1 month ago

Generally, I like to keep my social profile and the crypto business separated. I consider crowdholding as more of a business advisory network rather than a social platform.

However, I like the idea of adding professional networks and expertise to showcase. I would like to have an ability to see if the commenter is actually somewhat familiar with the field of comment or just commenting to get YUP.

I tried the system, and there were no bugs to report.

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Ashley lin | Posted 3 weeks, 5 days ago

Indeed. I prefer to keep my social network and other networks separate.

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Sergei Pletnev | Posted 4 weeks, 1 day ago

Here already it was above told about it, but I will highlight this and give an example.
In other projects when you register in the personal Cabinet, go to your profile. There are many features available and is a function of participation in the bounty (Telegrams, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter). And then, the labels media accounts, you go to them and perform actions (repost/retweet, post/tweet, like/comment), then the program automatically calculates the results. Example: this is implemented in crypto.tickets.
To apply such functions in the project, it would be convenient for you and for us.
Other possibilities on Twitter, keeping records, performing actions (tweets) via the official Twitter of the project. There are many ideas to take and implement.
Your project is also a lot of interesting features.

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Fatalninuda . | Posted 4 weeks ago

For the skills input a list of fields should be provided so you have a standardized pattern for searching. Letting everyone write what they want will result in poor searches and general mayhem.

Skills could also be upvoted by other members of the community that had first hand experience with the person in question.

Users could also tag other users for done tasks or general good experience, with categories like helpful, skilled at finding typos, innate ability at using apostrophe in English literature etc

Also a typo snuck into your description: Yups enter your account's instantly. It's accounts

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Ridwan Abdsalam | Posted 1 month ago

No error encountered so far.

My suggestion is that there should also be a place to add links of past project done before to give people a taste of what one can actually handle well

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Kibek Joens Steemers | Posted 1 month ago

Am very glad being an earlier as a tester on this beta version, but am a newbie too on here. I think, you can added any fiture on your web or apps as much as that is helpull for every user , but one thing that most important is, still make a user privacy as a top priority

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Ethan Clime | Posted 1 month ago

good call on user privacy as a priority.

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Michal Kurimsky | Posted 1 month ago

Everything works well, no problem. The system just didn't let me save my profile without filling in my location. Plus, as I'm logging in through Facebook, there is no email in the "Email" field and I can't edit it, not that I want to. :P

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Ethan Clime | Posted 1 month ago

yes, we need to allow you all to edit and change your email. Added it to the dev board

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Gil Nusbaum | Posted 1 month ago

I'm not sure if this is a bug, but after entering bio and skills separately, they are collapsed into one field in the profile. Otherwise, no glitches. I do think it would be great if you could add browseable/searchable tags for skills and interests.

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Crumple Cat | Posted 4 weeks, 1 day ago

Here are my some suggestions. Also, I support the ideas that have already sounded about the tags and the possibility of communication between users.

1. Ability to sign up and sign in via Twitter too
2. Ability to add links to my social media (Twitter, Facebook, Medium, Bitcoin Talk) and correspondingly display these links in my profile in the form of icons
3. The same with a link to my site
4. Solving the issue with avatar glitches
5. Possibility to choose a private or public profile status
6. Perhaps it's worth adding a special button to share a Profile in Twitter\Facebook and accordingly customize the special template for this. It can be a cool card, something like «Junior crowdsourcer on Crowdholding» (with useful for share info, including my current basic statistics as a user)

And these are my other thoughts that probably are not entirely relevant to this task:
- Don’t work links to user profiles from tasks comments;
- I'm looking forward to the Twitter share button for the comments (mine and other users) and the corresponding brand-template for such tweets;
- I'm also interested, What is the rank system? What are the requirements for obtaining higher ranks? Perhaps it will not be bad if Crowdholding somehow reward participants when they get a new rank? This could additionally facilitate the introduction of new users and the growth of current users. And I think it's not necessary to award YUPs, it can be something other interesting and involving. Could be a good topic for brainstorm :)

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Jamal Abdi | Posted 4 weeks ago

I like the user profile options that you have implemented at the moment, especially that you can connect your wallet to transfer yuppies instantly.

One thing I would like to see integrated however is being able to see your yuppies balance within the crowdholding platform, I'm not sure if this would be possible to security reasons, however I do feel it would be a good addition.

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Brian Wamelile | Posted 4 weeks ago

I think on a plain view display would be good for both the profile holder and crowdholding as well, but I would not advice entering all data....consunding the profile holder...

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Jan Martínek | Posted 3 weeks, 6 days ago

1) Cannot make the changes without inputting the wallet info. Why is this?
2) Cannot make the changes without inputting the location. Since a lot of people on blockchain and interested into cryptocurrencies are all about anonymity, why enforce this information?
3) Skills are just words. I would consider making some sort of hashtag version.

Additionally, said version could work on "looking for" and "offer". Meaning that anyone could write what is he looking for ("I am building a startup and I need a good marketing expert") and what he can offer ("Hey, I am marketing expert and feel free to approach me"). This way a lot of people could match.

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Ethan Clime | Posted 3 weeks, 5 days ago

Hey Jan, yeah right now you need to put the wallet pubic key to save the profile and fill in location too. Interesting enough, you are one of the first to mention about anonymity which does have merit. Lets dig a bit into this and discuss:

Pros: It allows you to be more open to say ideas instead of fearing people will judge you (because they will not know you). Cons: Anonymity brings a lot of trolls.

I think to have the ability to change your own username makes sense and to allow your profile to be closed or open to the public works too. Will definitely be testing and diving more into this.

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Jan Martínek | Posted 3 weeks, 2 days ago

Looking forward to the path you'll take (more/less anonymous) :).

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Matej Korman | Posted 3 weeks, 5 days ago

Hello, I have added my bio, skill and wallet, the wallet is an etherum wallet?
I haven´t got any problem.
But I suggest to allow more than 200 characters in BIO, because I wrote much more and then I have to delete more than 300 characters :D.
Maybe there will be also good, if there will be social profiles or link to blog.

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Ethan Clime | Posted 3 weeks, 5 days ago

Hey Matej, Yes the wallet needs to be for ERC20 tokens. I agree about the bio needs to be more than 200 characters. I will request the change.

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Matej Korman | Posted 3 weeks, 4 days ago

And also I suggest that it will be nice, if I could reply to to your reply, if you know what I mean :D...
Thanks Ethan. So I am done this task successfully? ;)

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Azis Jesika | Posted 1 month ago

well im new to this yupie things ... but i will learn how it work as fast as i can
if it can provide me with long term profit why not

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Nhàn Thuận | Posted 4 weeks, 1 day ago

everything is so great, present I don't detect any inconvenient

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Reza Zainul Muzaqi | Posted 2 weeks ago

something that I think to add to the benefits of this project is not to distinguish small things from big ones from all sectors, so the progress of this project will add to the quality of the project suggestions or criticisms that all teams have to accept and make solutions for all these problems can add value to this project from investors.

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48 hour task: Assessing an ICO

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Hello Crypto Sharks! We want to know from you what makes your decision to invest in an ICO. Our COO, Paolo Lacche, wrote an article from his point of view on the importance of the product factor in assessing the potential of an ICO. Share your opinion and tell us what is crucial for YOU to invest. Do you think product matters? Read the 4min article here.
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Luc Ducharme | Posted 1 month ago

Reason number one for the greatest ICO success in average is the biggest community and proper marketing. Best example is bitcoin. Why bitcoin worth more than litecoin or all other better product on the market right now. Bitcoin has the biggest community and it makes it more liquid than anything else, on top of that they get marketing all around the world for free cause every one talks about it. ICON is another very good exemple, they have over 30 company that will force the mass to use it (security company, banks, insurances, universities etc. and they will add on more company to become the standard in Korea) now look at ETHconnect it soldout in about 4 days and its probably a scam but they had about 200000 people registering on there web the site before there ICO. So first build a community of couple 1000s people and couple known company that engage to use it, than make the proper marketing on the proper channel to help your cause a lot, look at SUB, COB, LAT, all these 3 project got millions $ by making adds on coinmarketcap about every day of there ICO.

If Apple, LG, Samsung, GE etc a big name would engage in using Crowdholding it would sell off in no time, why cause replicating the concept is easy, but replicating the community is harder and that is why no one ever succeed to overthrown Bitcoin

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Max D. | Posted 1 month ago

Visibility, realistic objectives and some degree of proof of concept. Then, innovating ideas, motivated and experienced team. I think a lot of ICO fail because they either aim at sometime too big or too vague to start with, instead of demonstrating the ability of the team to expand and sustain a good idea in the competitive world of entrepreneurship. I have seen amazing ideas fail because the team behind them didn’t master basic business concepts. TLDR: For all ICOs, show me that you can manage a simple project effectively and that you have the means to get that innovative idea become something tangible, then I’ll invest.

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Sergei Pletnev | Posted 1 month ago

I do not quite agree with the author of the article, as more and more new projects are on the PPI already test the alpha platforms and the end of the ICO get the finished (working) product.
Investing in ICO, in most cases, it's a risk, even if the finished product, than when it is not legally regulated. In the USA the situation is different. There are many factors to successful project launch and in the subsequent further implementation of the programme.
Describing the analysis of the project and investment risks should:
1. The prospects of the project. 2. Team project (professionalism). 3. The idea of the project and its implementation plan. 4. Project platform (test platform or working). 5. The economic feasibility of the token. 6. The view of investors, what they say about the project. 7. Distribution and listing.

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Crumple Cat | Posted 1 month ago

Useful article!

Well, having a working product is one of the most important requirements for a project that claims to raise a large amount. Of course, projects without MVP can also request a lot (while clearly necessary to reduce appetite). But in such cases, if investors see the project concept, the team and the market as promising, they should invest on the terms of the phased tranches as the roadmap is executed and the corresponding growth project results as a whole are achieved. I think this will be the next stage in the ICOs culture and functionality evolution, after many lose a lot. Personally, I now mostly support projects that have a MVP and the right smell that I can recognize as a cat, even online :)

p.s. My bad English? All claims to Google;

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Fernando D. | Posted 1 month ago

Interesting article; but with ICO's being such a risky investment, the most crucial thing for me is to find a Good Team who simply won't run away wit the money! And if the idea resonates with me :)

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Brian Wamelile | Posted 1 month ago

They are a few things that are crucial for me to invest in ICO;

The project to which the token will be addressing, always good projects tend to attract me on investing
Then lastly trust and it's most seen in how responsive the support is towards people complains because nothing worries us like after investing and you try reaching out to support for days when no one replied

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Kewagi Guiscard | Posted 1 month ago

* Does the concept sound solid? Is it something I think could work, or just a vague promise or unfinished thought? Does it look like the people behind if have thought the whole thing through?

* Does an ICO make sense for the idea? Are the doing something that benefits from using a token and a blockchain, or are they just jumping on the ICO hypewagon and/or want to avoid the regulations that come with other forms of financing?

* Is there a market for their product? Who's already in it? Are they going up against small, local companies or a global player? Do they have to create demand for what they want to do, or is it already there?

* What does their whitepaper contain? Is just just copypasta of business gibberish mixed with some nice-looking, but useless graphs? Did they consider all the angles of what they are setting out to do?

* What does the team look like? Do they have experience in the fields they are working in, do they have backers, who supports them already?

* Do they have a community? Is it just a few sockpuppets on Reddit, or are there actual people discussing and supporting the project?

* Do they engage their community? Do they just publish the same nice, but meaningless statements on every single social media channel, or do they actually talk with people? How do they react to complicated or unpleasant questions? Do they just ignore them, or try to give insight?

* Are there similar ICOs? If yes, are they doing something so much better that they might have a chance against their direct competition?

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Jan Martínek | Posted 1 month ago

For me it's a combination of two things: emotion and reason. If it's more emotion, I can put my heart (and money) behind it but it might not work. If it's more reason, it would make sense to invest but primarily for the money than the idea itself.

As for each part, emotion means story, show me how your product can "change the world", tell me a story, make me fall in love with your vision.

Then back it up with reason. Show me that you have a great team capable of doing what you're doing. Show me that you have a business plan and you are not just building something cool that cannot be monetized. And show me that you're in it for the long run! Especially today where people are bullshitting other people with fake business proposals, I need to see that your concept is not just a phase where you close up after raising enough money, show me it is going to stay.

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Fabio Vogel | Posted 1 month ago

That's a very good comment! Now I'm interested in your feeling about Crowdholding:) Are we sufficiently telling our story and awakening the feeling of being a transparent player who's in for the good? Did you even throw in to our ICO? Why?

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Michal Kurimsky | Posted 1 month ago

First of all, the product/service must have a real use in the real world, the most the project aims to mass adoption the better.

Then the team and their transparency and activity before/during/after the ICO. If the team is working on achieving their business goals before/during ICO, then they will most likely do much better than other projects which just wait on their butts and wait for millions to come before they even get of their couches.

Location also plays an important role for some projects (you can't expect to succeed with solar enegry project based in the Czech Republic, where direct sunlight is only for about 3 weeks during summer).

Reviews, articles, rummors...extensive research, find all the information which are addressing the project as a scam, check the evidence and make my own opinion.

Finally, price of the token, total supply, use of the coin etc... It's good to do some math, compare it to other similar projects that have the same coin supply and are on the market for some time.

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Дмитрий Сомали | Posted 1 month ago

Very useful article! Three key factors, it is they, I also use them in the selection of ICO! Especially if the MPV is working, not from scratch! But still a portion of the risk is present.

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moh sarif hidayat | Posted 1 month ago

Investing in ICO is high of risk, example if someone invest to a project , then developer run out, it's being a scam project, many investor loose their money, that's a bad situation

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Fernando Elis | Posted 1 month ago

When we talk about the campaign, we have to make a difference with the competition, this is completely thought through-out how the blockchain (technology that is revolutionizing the world) makes a difference in this.

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Nhàn Thuận | Posted 1 month ago

Hello everyone! :D
What is crucial for my decision to invest in an ICO :
- reputation of dev team, infomation of Dev team is clear and transparent, it is so good if advisor is famous man or a billionaire :D
- transparent infomation about project it writes on whitepaper

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Mandar Karhade | Posted 1 month ago

Most important for me to invest are following factors
1) Legitimacy of the team
2) Working prototype
3) Potential to grow
4) Timeframe to growth
5) Market competition
6) Uniqueness of the project
7) Potential market?
8) Developer's personal gains

Probably in the same order of importance too

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Next Houl | Posted 1 month ago

ICOs are risky. Especially with today's cryptocurrency ICO flood. So I think I will not be investing in an ICO ever. I will rather be waiting for the "hype" to pass by and then select the project to invest when the development is active but the project is not getting active attention.

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Jasper Sin | Posted 2 weeks, 1 day ago

For an ICO, I believe that the scalability and the target audience are of utmost importance. The scalability allows the project to grow much faster, while if the target audience is a specific audience, the project may not take off as fast, and more people will seek to trade instead of understanding the value of the project.

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Reza Zainul Muzaqi | Posted 2 weeks ago

for now a lot of ico is detrimental to investors and one of them ico that I follow from other projects that is worldcore that I see a lot of investors affected by hack.mungkin for now will feel no partipasi in the project, and I myself have seen their movements from the beginning of ico to emerging on the bourse. while this project gives investors help to increase profits from ivestor results that make me more confident in this project.

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我们的第一个中文任务-了解我们,并推荐您喜欢的代币众筹(ICO)项目

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大家好!Crowdholding计划推出多语种计划。这将是首个用中文发布的Crowdholding的任务。 首先,Crowdholding是一个帮助企业连接大众的去中心社区化开放式创新平台。在该平台上,用户分为两类:企业用户和社区支持者。企业用户可以在我们的平台悬赏他们在运营,推广或者生产中遇到的各种难题,并将他们发布成“任务”。而社区支持者可以利用他们的智慧来解答这些“任务”,协助企业渡过难关,顺便赚取悬赏。悬赏所使用的货币并非法币,而是我们开发的数字加密代币-YUPIE代币-更加方便,快捷,安全。 接着,就是我们的“任务时间”了!您最喜欢当前哪家起步公司的ICO项目?能不能简短地用一段话描述一下这家公司?最好陈述您喜欢这家公司的原因。请不要忘记添加这个项目的网址链接。 请不要忘记,您可以投票给其他的答案(就像知乎一样)。投票给您最喜欢的。 最后,投票结束后。我们将研究得票最高的那家公司的ICO项目,并尽可能邀请他们到我们的网站!请随时给予反馈!YUPIE!
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启权 王 | Posted 3 weeks, 5 days ago

不是特别理解这个问题,是必须现在进行ICO的项目吗,已经结束的ICO项目,我非常喜欢AE(aeternity),作为主干网,如果AE能够承载巨大的并非量,以及在预言机机制下实现智能合约,这将能支撑区块链在快捷超大流量支付,同时更广泛和便捷的将现实世界映射到区块链中。https://www.aeternity.com/zh

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Yang Shuyong | Posted 3 weeks, 3 days ago

你好!可以是任何ico项目,结束或者进行中都可以。这个项目的ico似乎已经结束了。看起来是一个不错的项目。目标很看好,能很好地利用区块链技术的大数据特点,整合现实数据和预言机等技术,来实现除了金融以外的新功能。

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moh sarif hidayat | Posted 1 month ago

Why not use english ? this is about the WORLD , not only COUNTRY, write in english , it's better

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Ethan Clime | Posted 1 month ago

We were testing in the Chinese market, by sharing in their social networks. So far it hasn't worked :P

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Sergei Pletnev | Posted 1 month ago

Your project definitely caught my attention and I liked it. The project deserves attention, the project has a professional team. The project is quite interesting and extended bounty company. The idea of this show interesting, although not new, but it is working and prove it other projects. I think your the start of the project is undervalued and he could show better results. Crowdholding multilingual plan will add pluses to the project. The link to the website of the project: https://ico.crowdholding.com/ GET BOUNTIES https://www.crowdholding.com/project/68/ch-ico-hello-yupie

Article posted
https://steemit.com/ico/@sergei-pletnev/crowdholding-ico
https://www.facebook.com/sergei.pletnev.965/posts/157535748324341...

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Mandar Karhade | Posted 1 month ago

Actually, it will be great to have a cross-language translation for the whole platform so many people from multiple cultures can be part of this cool community

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Will the RoomAgree.com be successful in other countries outside the UK?

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We have built RoomAgree.com in English to allow estate agents, landlords and tenants to create, then manage a tenancy online. Do you think this will work in other languages such as Spanish or in other countries? The reason being that other countries must rent out properties to tenants and be also be managed by landlords or estate agents. So Tenants, tell us which countries this will work in. And why?
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Mandar Karhade | Posted 1 month ago

Language is not a barrier, a culture can be a possible barrier.
I see no problems just because of the language.
But being an avid fan of couchsurfing.com , in my opinion, those who actually share the space with someone else or rent it out to the tenants tend to be more accepting to other cultures as well as languages. So I dont think that will be an issue either.

Have you thought about the legality of the international business though?

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Next Houl | Posted 1 month ago

I largely agree to your sentiment but a good translation is always welcoming. It makes people feel like home.
Just my 2 cents

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Aaron Mani | Posted 1 month ago

Hello Mandar Karhade,

RoomAgree could be used for Couchsurfing.com users too and so thank you for this idea which I will add to our RoadMap.
i.e. The property owner or tenant could invite the couch surfer into the platform and then between themselves they create an agreement for e-signing.

With regards to legalities, we are looking at adding a country of location of the property, therefore, the payment for creating an agreement is assigned to the correct location and not grouped together under the UK where we are based.

In general, for tax reasons, the revenue should be assigned to the country where the trading activity has occurred which could be based on either IP address or where the person paying for the RoomAgree.com service has registered their business.

With regards to the legalities of the contract contents, it is up to the users and not RoomAgree.

Hope the makes sense, Aaron Mani

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Mandar Karhade | Posted 1 month ago

I am glad that I could come up with something that might help you :)

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Ashley lin | Posted 3 weeks, 5 days ago

I think you have misunderstood the concept. It is just about keeping the record on one online database or on the blockchain. But I still dont understand the need for such a service. So I dont understand how can it be popular enough to get meaningful business to profit from.

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Kiril Nikolov | Posted 1 month ago

You should try the Netherlands,

There is quite an extensive Housing rental market here. Technology adoption rates are rather high as well. The sheer rental sizes would also help you manage this.

You can also easily find distribution channels as there are large Facebook communities per city (25000 participants + ). Finally, if you get adoption here, people can spread the word when they travel back to their own european country (Netherlands is a hub for expats).

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Aaron Mani | Posted 1 month ago

Hello Kiril,

Thank you for your reply, it is great to understand this will work in the Netherlands too and reconfirms our existing experiences of adoption rates of technology in northern Europe.

If you have time to provide any Facebook links to any relevant groups for RoomAgree.com that would be great.

Our services are targeted at the 'paying' Landlords, Estate Agents and Property Management companies i.e. The tenants are invited to the platform like you would into Facebook to use the service for free.

Even though all the tenant feedback we have had to date has been positive, we will remain a B2B service and not a B2C brand, hence the service to create a room or property agreement will always be free for them.

I totally get your point about spreading the word of our service when expats and students in particular travel back to their countries of origin

Much appreciated, Aaron Mani

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Next Houl | Posted 1 month ago

It will be difficult to manage this business in United states probably because of the regulations are pretty strict. This will be considered as a part of business similar to Airbnb so legalities associated with it might get the tenants in trouble.

This is not a positive answer on which countries will it work in, but a more negative take.

As far as positive answer goes, any 2nd world or 3rd world country will be a great place to expand and manage such a business. Anything like India, Vietnam, The whole South East Asia excluding obviously North Korea is a good space.

European countries will be a great place for growth. Plus countries like Brazil and surrounding countries which are used to foreign visitors due to the games and olympics etc will be good choices too.

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Aaron Mani | Posted 1 month ago

Hello WolfPack.com,

I think from your response, it is not understood what we are building if it is we are being compared to Airbnb and so let me try to explain in a reply, to see if I can be made clearer:

1, RoomAgree.com simply holds a tenancy agreement, room contract, room license, property contract, commercial terms for shared space, or residential letting agreement, etc... anywhere in the world in a digital format. Each user is invited to the platform as you would do on Linkedin or Trello, to then view content, to e-sign, generate a PDF and with each user there is their own login dashboard.

2, The agreement contents is generated by the property owner or manager (not our team) and then shared with the renter or tenant with any additional guarantor or reference being available to e-sign. In future, there will be an option for property professionals and solicitors to be able to provide legal contracts that could be sold for each country or type of stay, into RoomAgree.

3, To reconfirm, RoomAgree does not make any agreement between the users, except when the document is signed in that we take or fee or in future will be able to transport the data to other third party integrated marketplace experts.

We are finding the more developed countries have written tenancies, whilst in the less developed areas of that the world stays in residential or have a commercial space could be done with a handshake and a verbal understanding.

So to reconfirm, any legal contract can be created by the users and is not dictated by RoomAgree.com

Regards, Aaron Mani

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Georgi Chochev | Posted 1 month ago

What kind of question is that?
If it works in english it can be translated to any other language. Expect maybe Klingon, that thing is difficult.
As to working in other countries. If you advertise the platform properly it will work like a charm

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Kiril Nikolov | Posted 1 month ago

It's not about the translation, but also if it would work in the country I suppose

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Дмитрий Сомали | Posted 1 month ago

If the platform is developed at a fairly acceptable level, then it will work in any country, regardless of the language spoken by the majority of the population. In the platform, you need to use the "anchors of attraction", according to which the people will find it and use it.

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Aaron Mani | Posted 1 month ago

Hello Georgi,

To clarify, what we are asking is the rental process with Landlords, Agents and Tenants the same in other countries besides the UK and most of the English speaking world?

Do other countries use Guarantors and References too? As RoomAgree.com allows

We believe the above is the case and the platform is designed well enough it will work, in any country, in any language.

Thank you for your time, Aaron Mani

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Donaghue Woodman | Posted 1 month ago

Yes it will definitely work in South Africa especially cape town we have the fastest growing property market and it withstood our economic down turn. We have the biggest tourism market and 60% of our property in the city is rented and owned by foreigners.

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Brian Wamelile | Posted 1 month ago

Definitely with good management and service delivery plus good English support, it will do good

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Aaron Mani | Posted 1 month ago

Hello Brian,

Thank you for your feedback, Aaron Mani

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Kewagi Guiscard | Posted 1 month ago

In Austria (and the German-speaking parts of the world. I guess), the renting process is mostly identical.

A large share of apartments are owned by the state (I believe that is called council housing in English) and are not rented out via agents, almost everything else is processed by estate agents and agencies, although there are online platforms for direct renting between landlords and tenants. As far as I know, there are no guarantors here, and no system of references, at least not officially. The only comparable thing used here is a proof of income in the form of a pay slip or tax form.

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Aaron Mani | Posted 1 month ago

Hello Kewagi,

Thank you for clear and professional response, about your experience of property rental contracts in Austria or in the German speaking world.

If you are aware of any online platforms for renting between landlords and tenants in your country, it would be appreciated if we can have a link here.

We are integrating with partners to provide the tenant screening service or what is referred to as a credit check. From your feedback, we may add the ability for tenants to upload proof of income documentation, for those landlords that wish to do a manual affordability check and so thank you for that additional insight!

Finally, point about 'Council Housing' is correct and it is sometimes referred to as 'Local Authority Housing' in the United Kingdom.

Your time is appreciated, Aaron Mani

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Kewagi Guiscard | Posted 1 month ago

As discussed in my other comment, I was looking for direct renting pages in German-speaking countries, but couldn't find any. Landlords seem to use established rental pages with the keyword "Provisionsfrei" (without commission). Hope this helps!

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Charles Coupal | Posted 1 month ago

The legal framework surrounding tenancies is surely different from a country to another. For sure, the large concept seems to be good and very attractive, but I highly suggest that you guys adapt to it in order for the platform to be relevant. As others have said, marketing ans good translation is also a key factor of success .

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Aaron Mani | Posted 1 month ago

Hello Charles Coupal,

Yes, tenancies content is different in every country yet it can also change dependent on the length or type of stay.

RoomAgree.com will also work for both commercial and residential rentals, as the users devise the content on their unique circumstances of the tenant and landlord relationship or circumstance.

The only translation that will be required is the field headings within the portal not the content of any agreement by our team i.e. Occupation date, Length of Stay, Rent, Tenant, landlord, Property Name. etc...these are the words we will require to be changed to Spanish, French, German

We will be looking for legal contract providers in each country to sell into the platform and hence it is relevant to each country, we will then make money from a minor transaction fee in this example

Regards, Aaron Mani

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Nhàn Thuận | Posted 4 weeks, 1 day ago

The idea is not new, It is the same real estate forum, this kind of forum is so common in Viet Nam

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Jamal Abdi | Posted 4 weeks ago

There shouldn't be any barriers in terms of the business model working in most countries. The only thing to look out for would be the legal side of things. Obviously all countries have slightly different laws, so it would be a good idea finding out the countries that you would like expand to and learn about the law in the specific country to see if the business would work or if there may be slight changes to be made.

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ICO Bounty: Telegram support

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Bounty rules:  Join the telegram group of Crowdholding: https://t.me/Crowdholding Stay and be active until the end of the ICO. Please do not abuse, do not spam. Post your username here and the time you joined our group (20 YUPs). Example: @username - 7/11/17 - 13:00 Invite a friend and get 10 YUPs.  Submit his username in your comment.  
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'Their username' would be more inclusive @crowdholding...

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Weeshing

How much would you invest?

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Hello Crowdholders, We have conducted around 200 events so far with a huge success. Many supporters fulfilled their dream of bringing their favorite artists to town.  So, here is the question worth 300 YUP: If you’re a big fan of a band and could help them play a more intimate show nearer to you, how much would you invest?
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Pavel Karfík | Posted 1 month ago

USD 2-5k (50k - 100k CZK) based on the name of the band and available dates for booking (if it's friday or saturday, it should be more, since we can expect a bigger crowd). I'm promoting events around Prague, this is the maximum budget we usually work with, but that's mostly club music, not a fan of justin bieber and other megastars.

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Scott McIntyre | Posted 1 month ago

Thanks Pavel, so if I understand you, you're saying you'd invest $2-5k to "pay" a band to play? Because if you had a chance to review Weeshing.com, you would see that the question here is how much would you invest, personally, in order to be a VIP at a concert of one of your favorite bands if they were to play at a club closer to home, as opposed to a stadium or festival. The idea being if you invest, which helps the promoter book the bigger act, you could also make money in addition to enjoying various benefits at the show. Let me know if you understand. Thank you.

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Pavel Karfík | Posted 3 weeks, 4 days ago

Took a while to read this... What I had in mind was more like hosting an event (perhaps a smaller one) as an event promoter, I'd be able to invest around $2-5k for a band to play, and earn that money back on ticket sales etc. I wouldn't pay this kind of money for a VIP ticket per say.

Took a bit more time to sneak around your website, and perhaps misunderstood the question. Since you're doing an event crowdfunded, as a single person joining such crowdfunding project (and not being the initiator), I'd probably invest as much as a regular ticket price based on some kind of perks coming in with it.

I'd support e.g. Arcade fire available with $50-100 to see the band play, but I'd consider paying up to $100-200 in case there would be some kind of interesting perk.. or maybe as much as $500 to let's say meet up with the band after the show or something like that.

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Brian Wamelile | Posted 1 month ago

Depending on the band....I would invest roughly $15,000- $30,000

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Scott McIntyre | Posted 1 month ago

Thanks Brian, that is a substantial amount. US Dollars? Our average investment in Latin America is $4000, and we expect that number to be double in the US. Where are you?

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Brian Wamelile | Posted 4 weeks, 1 day ago

Currently on vacation in Germany

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Jonny Dee | Posted 1 month ago

I would consider paying 2 times as much as i would normally pay for a gig. But it also does depend on the size of the band, the venue etc. If it was a iconic band then of course I would pay more.

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Scott McIntyre | Posted 1 month ago

Hi Jonny, your answer is almost identical to Kiril's above. Did you go to the site and watch the video before answering this question? Here is what I wrote to him. Let me know if that changes your perception: "Thanks Kiril, so I want to make sure you understand the premise of the question, because I assume by your answer that you're thinking this would be a "crowdfunding" scenario, where a bunch of fans put their money together to get the promoter to bring the artist. Weeshing is slightly different. Instead of a Crowd of fans paying 2x more than a normal ticket, it's just a couple dozen investors paying a few thousand dollars in hopes to make some profit on it. And to have a VIP experience. So, let me know if that changes your answer. Thanks."

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Mandar Karhade | Posted 1 month ago

Depending upon the Capitalization of the Band.
I would invest about 1% of the yearly value generated by the band. This will keep risk to reward favorable.

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Georgi Chochev | Posted 1 month ago

The cost is irrelevant, if i can afford it.

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Scott McIntyre | Posted 1 month ago

Thanks Georgi, so if you could see your favorite band at a more intimate venue (not a stadium or festival), you would pay as much as you could afford. So, how much would that be right now? If you could be a VIP at the show, and make 20% interest on your investment, what would you be likely to spend on that?

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Kiril Nikolov | Posted 1 month ago

It usually depends on the band. It would certainly be a multiplier of what I would usually pay for someone else I didn't crowdfund.

I guess 2x normal price for a band I like and 3x-5x normal price if it's my favorite band ever

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Scott McIntyre | Posted 1 month ago

Thanks Kiril, so I want to make sure you understand the premise of the question, because I assume by your answer that you're thinking this would be a "crowdfunding" scenario, where a bunch of fans put their money together to get the promoter to bring the artist. Weeshing is slightly different. Instead of a Crowd of fans paying 2x more than a normal ticket, it's just a couple dozen investors paying a few thousand dollars in hopes to make some profit on it. And to have a VIP experience. So, let me know if that changes your answer. Thanks.

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Дмитрий Сомали | Posted 1 month ago

Depending on the group, I would invest no more than USD 10k.
Maybe from different circumstances and more!

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Scott McIntyre | Posted 1 month ago

Thanks Дмитрий. May I ask where you are from? $10k is the amount we were assuming many would want to invest. Thank you for your answer.

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Scott McIntyre | Posted 1 month ago

NOTE: before answering this question, you need to visit Weeshing.com and at least watch the video on the front page. Because Weeshing is not yet a Crowdfunding platform for regular fans to "Pre-Pay" for a ticket (we are working on that model now though). We are an investment bank where a few investors make an investment with us that we then provide to the concert promoter in order to make the concert possible. So, those few investors will have access to some rare benefits like even being able to meet the band, or other things like front row seats etc. Please read the site before answering the question. Thank you.

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Charles Coupal | Posted 1 month ago

I would maybe triple or quadruple the price of priciest tickets you could buy. Touhgh right now I am a student with a slim budget, the amount would likely be more in a couple of years if I can afford it.

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Oluwole Oluwaseteminire | Posted 1 month ago

i will bring them for more social recogination and it will help them

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Michal Kurimsky | Posted 1 month ago

If it would be Macklemore in the Czech Republic than I guess around 4-5k USD as I understand that more people may contribute for the same artist and then share the profit.

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Scott McIntyre | Posted 1 month ago

thank you.

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Fernando D. | Posted 1 month ago

Double the amount I would otherwise invest.

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Scott McIntyre | Posted 1 month ago

thanks Fernando, so what is the sum you'd normally "Invest"? Because this is not the same as buying a ticket to a concert. This is an investment in the concert where you would stand to make money if it sold well. Because if you're saying double what you'd normally "spend" for a ticket, then your investment would return maybe enough to purchase a beer! Please review Weeshing.com and let me know if this changes your answer.

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Fernando D. | Posted 1 month ago

The sum would depend on a number of factors. Since this would be a new things for me I would not invest more then 1000$'s. But what I'm saying is if its a band that I'm a big fan of, this amount would make me want to double the investment.

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Nhàn Thuận | Posted 4 weeks, 1 day ago

100.000 - 200.000 Viet Nam Dong is equivalent to 4,7 - 9,5 USD

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Jamal Abdi | Posted 4 weeks ago

I think this would depend on a few things:
- How much do I like the band.
- Is the venue good.
- The generally feel of the event (how good it will be)

For example if it was my favourite artists in a more intimate setting like a boiler room I would definitely invest a lot

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YUPIE ICO

24 hour task, ICO review

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Hello crowdholders, Here is the second 24 hour task. We have been reviewed and evaluated on a various web-pages before and during the ICO. Unfortunately, many believe we compare to kickstarter, when in fact we are more similar to Quora, but a tokenized Quora for businesses. Our roadmap later allows you to invest your Yupies into our businesses for a % of their revenue and you can buy products from them too. Thus, creating a fully decentralized market place. Take your time, read the reviews on the web-pages listed below, leave a comment on those pages and insert the link here in the comment section. For each comment you get 35 YUPies as a reward. Only one comment per review. icocritic.org tokentops.com steemit.com bitcoinexchangeguide.com
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samuil gospodinov | Posted 1 month, 1 week ago
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Patrik Charous | Posted 1 month, 1 week ago

Thanks Samuil for great comment...

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Rosario Colletti | Posted 1 month, 1 week ago

Hi Samuil, I don't see the comments section. Where is it ?

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samuil gospodinov | Posted 1 month, 1 week ago

Rosario Colletti, the comments are (FB comments) at the very bottom of the page, you have to wait for FB to load to see them.

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samuil gospodinov | Posted 1 month, 1 week ago
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Fernando D. | Posted 1 month, 1 week ago
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Michal Kurimsky | Posted 1 month, 1 week ago

I have commented under 2 reviews (both comments to be approved first):
https://tokentops.com/ico/crowdholding/
https://bitcoinexchangeguide.com/crowdholding/#comment-2848

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Aleksei Pazii | Posted 1 month, 1 week ago

I have posted a comment here too. What do you think about this? And excuse me for my English. Its closly to intermediate level only. I'm hope that my comment will bring you a little bit avail.
Good luck!
https://icocritic.org/ico/crowdholding-ico-review/

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Aleksei Pazii | Posted 1 month, 1 week ago

http://prntscr.com/h7569n - screenshot of my comment

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Brian Wamelile | Posted 1 month, 1 week ago

I tried giving a comment this could see crowholding on another level. Here is the link
https://icocritic.org/ico/crowdholding-ico-review/

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Crumple Cat | Posted 1 month, 1 week ago
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Fooz!

What do you think about our idea?

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Hey Crowdholders, We would like to ask you if you would use such a service as Fooz! Imagine you're at home and you would like to buy the best freshly harvested produce from farmers around your city. Fooz! is the app that allows you to select the best local food and get it delivered at your place within 24h. We aim to have 0 touchpoints from the farmers to your table. You can choose which farmer to buy it from, and leave your feedback. Blockchain will help us to keep the traceability of the food along the way, so when you get your food at home you will know all its history. So, if Fooz! was in your town, would you use it? Thanks for your feedback. 
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Kewagi Guiscard | Posted 1 month, 1 week ago

I would, if I could make sure the farmer I buy from is truly a local source and gets a fair price for whatever I buy from them. I'd be interested to learn how you plan to keep the produce fresh during delivery - will it be refrigerated or frozen? Also, knowing a bit about the farmer and how they operate would be great.

Using a blockchain to actually track the produce is a great idea. Often times, I wonder if stuff sold at a farmers' market is really locally sourced, or just bought from the cheapest source on the planet, shipped for thousands of kilometers and than sold at a premium.

Good luck with your project!

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sergio tunno | Posted 1 month, 1 week ago

Hi Kewagi, thanks for your interest. The idea is to let you choose the farmer you buy from. In fact, every farmer will have their profile, so you will know who they are, how they produce their food, etc.. They also decide the price and we charge a % fee for the service. Given that the delivery will happen in such a short mileage, a refrigerated truck will be enough, no need for frozen.
I'm happy you stated the issue of knowing whether the food is really local and fresh, cause that's exactly what we trying to fix here! Visit fooz.market fo