Search results

  1. bobbyLiberty

    Rebranding Followup

    just to toss this out there again.. it kind of describes both the "instant" or speed of transaction as well as tracking of the transaction blur complete rebrand? "blur payment network" "blur accepted here" one that is similar to 'dash' in a sense,, DEX (or simply DX) a digital [ex]change
  2. bobbyLiberty

    Rebranding Followup

    first, i don't think the morse code is dumb, i think it's symbolic of the history or electronic communications and where we've come. second, i kind of like InstantX as well, IX. "do you accept X? .. yah, do you accept IX here?"
  3. bobbyLiberty

    Rebranding Followup

    Great points from Minotaur and alex-ru have just about won me over as well.. I love the simple "digital cash" logo from the other day, but this one with the morse code is clever
  4. bobbyLiberty

    Rebranding Followup

    PURE FLEX BLUR
  5. bobbyLiberty

    Rebranding Followup

    child harold will be famous
  6. bobbyLiberty

    Rebranding Followup

    I like it. XDC good point.
  7. bobbyLiberty

    Rebranding Followup

    ok. maybe we have overlooked the obvious here.. this seems like taking the whole cake. maybe if presented like this dash would be easier to accept as a ticket/short form?
  8. bobbyLiberty

    Rebranding and Scalability

    dawn is interesting.. just to share, looking through thesaurus pages: confidence - noun. believe in oneself -- one of the words listed below it is 'dash'
  9. bobbyLiberty

    Rebranding and Scalability

    a digital pulse to disrupt the norm.. (break the shackles/resistance) .. can still be a bit edgy, no? (get the 'D' back in there..)
  10. bobbyLiberty

    Rebranding and Scalability

    So I get the need for change.. i resist at first, i like a dark coin and it's purpose and what it represents.. a dark coin. i get it though. so, i looked further to see if any other options jump out. dash isn't bad.. i also get the fact it related to digital cash and starts with a 'D'. maybe...