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  1. TinkyWinky United Kingdom

    TinkyWinky Active Member Acorn Supporter

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    Hi Dee - signed up using yours as didn't read down... says "damon needs to log into their account and verify your registration.
    " !

    As per other users - don't want to hijack yours... but if anyone else wants to :

    https://initiativeq.com/invite/Hm8BBaas7

    Cheers
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  3. Skinner

    Skinner Well-Known Member

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    Each link can only be used 5 times and only during the next 14 days, so posting your own link just means everyone can in, a few celebs have jumped on this too.

    Once OP expires, move down.
     
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    dee Well-Known Member Acorn Supporter

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    Once you sign up it keeps giving you rewards for more sign ups.... you also get rewarded for secondaries ( pyramid ) So im happy to get moresign ups as OP :)
     
  5. TinkyWinky United Kingdom

    TinkyWinky Active Member Acorn Supporter

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    Looks like pick up starting to get some traction - that's second time in about 45 mins the site has gone into "planned maintenace" mode - either that or just dodgy coding ;)
     
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  11. Skinner

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    If anyone has any lurkers who don't verify their email (or in my case beautiful not too smart models who mess up their own email addy) it seems these expire after less than 48 hours and don't block you for ages :)
     
  12. cav United Kingdom

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    I wonder if it's these guys who just spent half a million on buying Q.org??
     
  13. dee

    dee Well-Known Member Acorn Supporter

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    Seems pretty feasible. They both point to cloudflare (although that obviously isnt saying much)

    There are no limits to sign ups by the way, so for anyone still wanting to sign up, the original link works :) It also pays to encourage anyone who signs up under you to invite others. You also get paid for secondary sign ups.
     
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    I was only speaking with Braden yesterday (he sold q.org).. I asked the very same question, to which he replied he had no idea what ' initiative Q ' was; or who Saar Wilf was.. He genuinely didn't know too! It's always possible he could have used a broker to acquire it, however, i feel it was just a coincidence or maybe a domain investor beating him to the punch with the hope to later sell it on, either way its win win for the buyer as single letters will always hold significant resell value.
     
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    disruptive Well-Known Member

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    Interesting, The PayPal we know came out of X.com and PayPal, with PayPal winning out. Q is certainly a sticky name and a nice proxy for a currency symbol.

    https://initiativeq.com/invite/Bz7TCc-3m
     
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    signature Well-Known Member

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    Hi Ben,

    I register using your link, you able to verify me please?

    Thanks
     
  18. Skinner

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    @dee Thats a bit of a red flag isn't it, I mean having a 5 limit, which becomes a 15 limit which becomes no limit.

    Also bothers me a little that you could end up with half a million, and next man 12,000, which would hinder growth. Surely the maximum of quarter million is the bench mark, to ensure people spend them when the time comes.
     
  19. dee

    dee Well-Known Member Acorn Supporter

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    I know... it seem a bit pyramid scheme. But they even say that themselves. This is what they say:

    I see it as a fire and forget. If they come true on their target of 1Q = 1USD then it's gold sandwiches or tea. If it tanks... meh...whatever.... it's an email sign up. I'm not invested in it at all and seems like it's got a team with some history behind it.
     
  20. Skinner

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    I'm concerned they will kill it before it has a chance, as they will effectively be creating whales who will hold on to their money, and the barrier to entry will hold people back exactly the BTC and fiat problem now.

    Putting a limit of 232k, meant everyone on level, you want more you have to sell something or buy them, which generates trade and activity.

    I'm prob explaining my thought badly, or don't fully understand how something like this takes off heh.
     
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  21. timter51

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    Nice way to build up a gigantic mailing list / "user" base of people they know are interested in crypto! That in itself will be worth a pretty penny when they hawk it out to the highest bidder.