Live Project Log For CRYPTOVERSE-1

tungfa

Grizzled Member
Foundation Member
Masternode Owner/Operator
Apr 9, 2014
8,898
6,745
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marketingmonk

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Mar 28, 2016
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how did you manage to convince the masternodes to fund you?
I think you really need to ask the question the other way around, "Why did the masternodes go for this project?" which is a question only they can answer.

The main thing to keep in the forefront of your mind is "What's in it for Dash?". This is what the masternodes want to know. They want to fund proposals that will increase Dash adoption, increase demand and usage of Dash and thereby increase it's value.

Hence this should be the main goal of the project. Then it's a case of clearly explaining exactly how your proposal will help the Dash network achieve it's goals.
 

demo

Well-known Member
Apr 23, 2016
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Dash Address
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I think you really need to ask the question the other way around, "Why did the masternodes go for this project?" which is a question only they can answer.

The main thing to keep in the forefront of your mind is "What's in it for Dash?". This is what the masternodes want to know. They want to fund proposals that will increase Dash adoption, increase demand and usage of Dash and thereby increase it's value.

Hence this should be the main goal of the project. Then it's a case of clearly explaining exactly how your proposal will help the Dash network achieve it's goals.
Well, what I think about you is that you had the support of 3 persons, that happened to own many masternodes. This is what the vote history shows. The last person who supported you, he did it in a more sofisticated way. He avoided to cast all his votes at once, and he prefered to run a program and vote up your proposal randomly, in order to outsmart the poll history viewers and make them believe that many persons supported you.

This is the reason why a web of trust of real persons (that are allowed to preserve their anonymity by using nicknames) should be created in Dash, so that everyone to be able to know what the real persons vote and not only what the masternodes vote. The protocol of Dash is designed to take the decisions based in the vote of the masternodes, and I can tolerate that. What I do not tolerate is the fact that the Dash protocol denies to reveal the opinion of unique persons , for information purposes. Prohibiting of this information is malicious. Dash pretends and advertises that many people are allowed to decide about Dash's future, but this is not the truth. Dash avoids to mention how many real person participate in the Dash voting procedure. Dash is a glorified gentlemen's club, pretending to be an open club.
 
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qwizzie

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Aug 6, 2014
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The first officially sponsored episode is now live:

You may track click throughs to the Dash website here:
http://bit.ly/2f99G7b+
That was an interesting episode, looks like the inevitable battle between the IRS and Cryptocurrencies in general has just begun in the United States.
I'm just glad i dont live in the United States.... ;)
 

rustycase

Active Member
Apr 19, 2016
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Informative promotional presentation...

IMO, those engaging the services of a licensed banking institution should by now be fully aware they are indeed subject to many rules and regulations, AND, those which may come down the pike at any future date... many of which may be determined to be enforceable retro-actively !
I feel the risk of an accounting to be far less than, say, localbitcoin ? The recent $28k armed robbery would present coinbase and the infernal revenooers as a much lesser hazard.

Best
rc
 
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marketingmonk

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Much to my dismay I am currently playing by the rules in my business. That means sales that are made where customers pay in Bitcoin are exchanged for GBP and then accounted for in GBP.
 
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fible1

Well-known Member
Dash Core Group
Masternode Owner/Operator
May 11, 2014
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Excellent update, and good job. Proud to sponsor you.

Pablo.
 

rustycase

Active Member
Apr 19, 2016
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Much to my dismay I am currently playing by the rules in my business.
As you should !

Incurring the wrath of HMRC is not pleasant !

Here, over the pond, it is considered to be a good business practice to avoid taxation, at the same time being a violation to evade them.

The devil is in the details !

Best
rc
 
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marketingmonk

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Dash sponsored episode 7 of 66 has now been published:


You may track click throughs to the Dash website here:
http://bit.ly/2f99G7b+

Total Dash ad impressions to date:
12,825
I think YouTube is not reporting it's analytics correctly here. How can the count be the same as yesterday when yesterday's episode got 700 views AFTER I pulled the stats?

Total Dash website clickthroughs to date:
64

Clickthrough rate:
0.49%
 
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marketingmonk

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The forum was down yesterday so I wasn't able to post the daily report.

Dash sponsored episode 9 of 66 has now been published:



You may track click throughs to the Dash website here:
http://bit.ly/2f99G7b+

Total Dash ad impressions to date:
17,582

Total Dash website clickthroughs to date:
83

Clickthrough rate:
0.47%
 

marketingmonk

Member
Mar 28, 2016
94
71
68
Dash sponsored episode 14 of 66 has now been published:


You may track click throughs to the Dash website here:
http://bit.ly/2f99G7b+

Total Dash ad impressions to date:
26,285
(projected campaign total is now 123,915 which will be 54% more than the 80,000 quoted in the proposal)

Total Dash website clickthroughs to date:
103

Clickthrough rate:
0.39%
 

marketingmonk

Member
Mar 28, 2016
94
71
68
Dash sponsored episode 15 of 66 has now been published:


You may track click throughs to the Dash website here:
http://bit.ly/2f99G7b+

Total Dash ad impressions to date:
27,958
(projected campaign total is now 123,015 which will be 54% more than the 80,000 quoted in the proposal)

Total Dash website clickthroughs to date:
108

Clickthrough rate:
0.39%

Not that I can take any direct credit for this but:

Old Market Cap (Start of campaign):

Thu, 1 December 2016 $61,633,986

New Market Cap:
Wed, 21 December 2016 $71,233,123

Change:
$9,599,137 15.57%
 

marketingmonk

Member
Mar 28, 2016
94
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Dash sponsored episode 16 of 66 has now been published:


You may track click throughs to the Dash website here:
http://bit.ly/2f99G7b+

Total Dash ad impressions to date:
29,284
(projected campaign total is now 120,796 which will be 51% more than the 80,000 quoted in the proposal)

Total Dash website clickthroughs to date:
112

Clickthrough rate:
0.38%

Not that I can take any direct credit for this but:

Old Market Cap (Start of campaign):
Thu, 1 December 2016 $61,633,986

New Market Cap:
Thu, 22 December 2016 $66,350,707

Change:
$4,716,721 7.65%

Dash's InstantX feature also gets a special showcase in this video as I use it as part of a demo transaction.
 
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marketingmonk

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Dash sponsored episode 17 of 66 has now been published:


You may track click throughs to the Dash website here:
http://bit.ly/2f99G7b+

Total Dash ad impressions to date:
30,816
(projected campaign total is now 127,116 which will be 59% more than the 80,000 quoted in the proposal)

Total Dash website clickthroughs to date:
113

Clickthrough rate:
0.37%

Not that I can take any direct credit for this but:

Old Market Cap (Start of campaign):
Thu, 1 December 2016 $61,633,986

New Market Cap:
Fri, 23 December 2016 $65,743,727

Change:
$4,109,741 6.67%
 

marketingmonk

Member
Mar 28, 2016
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Dash sponsored episode 18 of 66 has now been published:


You may track click throughs to the Dash website here:
http://bit.ly/2f99G7b+

Total Dash ad impressions to date:
35,718
(projected campaign total is now 138,669 which will be 73% more than the 80,000 quoted in the proposal)

Total Dash website clickthroughs to date:
124

Clickthrough rate:
0.35%

Not that I can take any direct credit for this either way but:

Old Market Cap (Start of campaign):
Thu, 1 December 2016 $61,633,986

New Market Cap:
Tue, 27 December 2016 $68,205,476

Change:
$6,571,490 10.66%