Poll: Does it make sense to bring out a DDI blockchain coin?
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The DDI blockchain coin

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If the admins want to get rich, they can start a desi dime india coin like minds and brave and many others. Same as WRX or BBN etc.. Instead of paying with dimes it would be coins. They are missing out a great chance since its already late but not too late.. The value of the coin would also depend on the users and its benefits as well.. A coin is not the same as crypto but some like BTC are both a crypto which is created and a coin which is traded.. And many make the mistake that every coin is crypto which not many coins are and it is also expensive to create. Here it is just a coin with like limited distribution like maybe XRP etc..

Its something to think about… On a serious note.. more and more forums are also going blockchain to get around censors and banning etc..

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sirg govt plans to ban cryptocurrency so how will those move be a good one? How are crypto exchanges working here like wazirx when the currencies itself can be banned?
why and from where is owner of wazirx selling cryptos to general public? why not keep it for themself?

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Well this is not crypto currency, it is a coin just like dimes.. And the value of the coin depends on its uses and how it is distributed. Holding onto something dont make it valuable..Its the users who give something value.. The main difference would be changing it to blockchain to make it distributed and tradeable.. Who knows, you can use NFT to buy badges as well.. Or threads..

minds is worth over $400 mil and it is a news and discussion forum like DD..
https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/...s/

So Signal looked to privacy-preserving cryptocurrency, or “privacy coins,” that both circumvent banks and are specially designed to protect users’ identities and the details of their payments on a blockchain. While more established privacy-focused cryptocurrencies like Zcash and Monero have been more widely used and arguably better tested, Marlinspike says Signal chose to integrate MobileCoin because it has the most seamless user experience on mobile devices, requiring little storage space on the phone and needing only seconds for transactions to be confirmed. Zcash or Monero payments, by contrast, take minutes to complete transactions. “You’re using a cryptocurrency with state-of-the-art encryption, but from your perspective, it feels like Venmo,” says MobileCoin’s founder Josh Goldbard.

“There’s a palpable difference in the feeling of what it’s like to communicate over Signal, knowing you’re not being watched or listened to, versus other communication platforms,” Marlinspike told WIRED in an interview. “I would like to get to a world where not only can you feel that when you talk to your therapist over Signal, but also when you pay your therapist for the session over Signal.”

https://www.wired.com/story/signal-mobilecoin-p...

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