PS. I see you already have a similar thread here. Should I merge these two into one?
Would have loved to have been at MoneyConf but circumstances didn't allow this year. Hopefully next...*****NOTE UPDATED TIME - WEBINAR UPDATE JUNE 2018 - 006 | LIVE FROM MONEYCONF DUBLIN****
The Kuvacash team is in Dublin, along with Dash Core reps. We have a lot of updates to share, please join us for a big webinar. We will be streaming direct from our exhibit with Dash Core at Moneyconf in Dublin, connection allowing.
Hope to see you there!
Time and date: Wednesday 13th June at 16:00 GMT/12pm EST/8am PST.
This is absolutely gigantic. We need to get this done!I'll give you a few teaser paragraphs to whet your appetite:
So let’s cut straight to the executive summary for the cable car feasibility study:
1. The Cable Car (ropeway) project is a (comparatively) minor effort right now compared to getting the KuvaCash wallet and software launched ASAP. It is not interfering or holding anything back. It was implemented by a German third-party consultant group called Cable Car Services GmbH, who sent staff to Harare to implement the study
2. Dash was never intended to finance the construction, only the 100k Euro feasibility study.
3. There are already serious institutional investors who have approached Kuvacash to invest in this infrastructure project. One of the advantages of Kuvacash using Dash is it ‘secures the payment channel’ allowing institutional investment to be applied.
4. The exclusive use of Dash to pay for transport on the cable cars could realistically add 40–60,000 Dash transactions per day at .50 to .60 (cents) per ride. No other cryptocurrency could accomplish this as well as Dash. Yes, this is contractually spelled out as exclusive to Dash and nothing else.
5. The exclusive use of Dash removes much of the risk associated with such a large public transit project. If the government was significantly involved in either the financing, building, or the money handling day to day, there is far too much risk for graft and corruption. This is the primary reason pension funds and other institutional investors are willing to finance this project.
6. This is perhaps the most important, getting leverage with the government. The local government in Harare and the federal government of Zimbabwe would love to have a beautiful public transit cable car for two reasons. Traffic and pollution in Harare are horrendous, and this would be a real public relations win for the capital city. Because of the private financing, it wouldn’t cost them a penny. But here’s the rub, in order to get this fantastic bonus for Harare, they would have to play ball in terms of allowing Dash to function as a payment system in Zimbabwe. That’s why they’re on board, and it is very likely that KuvaCash will get a public letter of endorsement from the Office of the President.
This is absolutely gigantic. We need to get this done!