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Entropia News: DeepToken-Website-Launched

Discussion in 'Entropia News' started by EP-Newsbot, Mar 13, 2018.

  1. NotAdmin

    NotAdmin Administrator

    Anything, really. For Unity, it's stuff like scripts (I.e. AI), music, textures, 3D models, complete projects, etc. The assets MA mentions, most likely are whatever is already in EU (I.e. the models, textures, sounds, and what not). Now they just hope the ICO will draw attention and get people interested in selling their assets through them, thus catering the need for their block-chain shite.

    In Unity, Unity takes a cut, just like the Apple Store does. What separates Apple and Unity from MA, though, is that Unity and Apple have millions of daily active users, where MA has 3 million registered accounts, with perhaps 20k monthly active (including people using multiple accounts). Unity and Apple have actual active support teams. MA has some people who copy and paste standard responses after a long period of waiting. Unity and Apple have a userbase that trusts them. MA shat on its users and partners for so long that the number of people who look favourably on them is probably at an all-time low.

    MA doesn't mention any of this, because it'd make anyone see that they stand absolutely nothing to gain from hosting their assets through MA's IP Exchange. What MA also overlooks is that they are counting on there being a market for monthly payable assets. Unity doesn't have that; you buy the models once, and own them. You buy a full project once, and own it. You do not constantly pay for music through Apple iTunes either.

    There are a few exceptions, where assets are billed on usage (I.e. an in-game shopping system, where a game developer buys that, and gets charged for every n number of transactions. Likewise, I'm sure Apple Store takes a cut for in-game transactions in games hosted through them.

    MA seems to think of itself as on the same level as Google, Apple, and other tech giants, but they very much are alone in that respect.
  2. Wistrel

    Wistrel Kick Ass Elf

    Would certainly agree that opinions are probably at an all time low after the compet payout. That said though the confusing thing is that a lot of people still seem to believe the deeds have value and although they are dropping in value, they've yet to get anywhere near their true worth ( 50-100pec imho)
  3. NotAdmin

    NotAdmin Administrator

    I think people are simply afraid they'll miss out. However, in the meantime MA already shifted priorities to their ICO. I cannot help but feel the payout was more of a formality, so they can claim they held up their end of the bargain, and that will be that. The deeptoken site mentions augmented reality, so I am guessing that'll be the next project if the ICO is a success.

    At this moment, the count is 64447.

    And while you entertain investing in deeptoken, why not also check out cryptokitties?


    It's the next level Tamagotchi/beany babies, and unlike MA's project, this one is getting funded.
  4. Norbert

    Norbert Cartoon Head

    Not been around for a while and just came on to see whats happening if anything.

  5. German Researchers (Tech. Hochschule Aachen) discovered a "out of the ordinary way" to declare bitcoin illegal: ;D

    Short version:
    Known as "Bitcoin Graffiti" back in the days (add a short message to a transaction), german researches now discovered hundreds of links to child pornography and the darkweb, a whole photo of a naked young woman and links to wikileaks in these so called "extended graffities", that can be added via special scripts.

    Official PDF:


    Various news links :




    While Id say this is geek stuff...with evil content, it is also tied to the blockchain...forever. And you can have it too. :S
    Crazy Computer People or illuminati trying to fuck with crypto ? Put on your tinfoilhats !
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  6. I’m not even gonna click on those evil content links in case some heavily armed swat team suddenly breaks my door down.
  7. Get them while you can:

    64447 DTA
    9999935553 DTA
  8. Wistrel

    Wistrel Kick Ass Elf

    Good grief! how much do they actually cost? I mean in normal currency.
  9. NotAdmin

    NotAdmin Administrator

    1 USD. MA was going to raise 100 million dollars :D

    I wonder how long the new CEO will stick around once he finds out MA excels at inflating numbers. I also wonder if it will cost MA Anything. Lastly, I wonder whether or not Jan and David SSimmonds finally realise they should just remove themselves from MindArk if they ever want the company to succeed.
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  10. GTCoin website, on the other hand, is down.

    "There can be only one"?
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  11. San


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  12. Update:

    64588 DTA
    9999935412 DTA
  13. Wistrel

    Wistrel Kick Ass Elf

    That aint so bad... they could hire a developer for a year with 65k USD. If they put them exclusively on the bugs, the game might be bug free by this time next year. This would be a good start.
  14. Wistrel

    Wistrel Kick Ass Elf

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  15. They (Jan and David) will have nice company breakfasts for some weeks instead. :p
  16. San


    I should have said read no further than "Tokens sold" but found it redundant.

    (Edit: Sorry for back-and-forth edit, appeared as double post first. Bug?)
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  17. Meanwhile just had my Wan chain tokens trading on binance since yesterday, X15 x8 in ethereum from ico 5 months ago. Ain't no shit like MA or ND will ever be :D that's for sure.
  18. Just checked out Wan, about which I know nothing (similar to Ripple maybe?) and saw that on this website they rate interest in Wan as ‘Very High’.


    So, obvious next step was to search for Deep Token and undoubtedly a ‘Very or Ultra or Ridiculously Low’ interest rating.

    But can’t see Deep Token mentioned there.

    Might be because it needs to be submitted to that website or for technical reasons I don’t understand.

    But I think if appropriate MindArk should have or still add Deep Token to sites such as icodrops for marketing purposes.
  19. MindArk didn't even do the proper things that I would expect from any company to market their ico, so this explain it.
    Not even talking about how scammy MA is, and looks like, from someone used to blockchain projects, and from someone familiar to this specific cooporate that is MA.
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  20. Wistrel

    Wistrel Kick Ass Elf

    I suspect it is deliberate. I think their plan is just to be "one of the many many forgotten ICO mistakes". Lost in the noise so to speak. In more familiar terms, a failed kickstarter but not the Zano Drone. They don't want to be the biggest failed ICO just one of of many that made a tidy sum but not an insane amount then was forgotten.

    Aside from it being highly immoral (but what business isn't these days) I can't really argue with this. Whatever brings in the Benjamins I guess.

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