Dnotes is highly undervaluated ..... looks like nothing is going on in DNotes, just lot of time since bitcointalk thread was close since then nothing happen, just supporting dnotes downtrend fallig seeing saves going small and small
just 1 big buy that looks like a pump and you come with this spam of good boys want to abuse free market laws for the godness of his investors
i really dont know how dnotes spread the word since bct closed and here is always like empty without news. and make me very worryed
Dnotes launch a legal bussiness but cant find data to trust it or nothing related
just starting 2017 lets do it great
Hi infovortice. We all understand that you are seeing what appears to be 'nothing' happening, but that couldn't be farther from the truth. It is extremely time consuming to be active on forums, and ends up taking time away from more pressing and important work. Nothing has changed in DNotes policy when it comes to prematurely discussing what they are working on - very little will be discussed until it is ready to launch. It is very important to have all the building blocks in place (including the company), in order to scale up, whether that is next year or next decade.
Compared to what goes on at Bitcointalk and with the other coins, the DNotes way may seem alien to you. However, from my perspective, Bitcointalk is its own organism living in another galaxy - it just doesn't work that way in the business world. Imagine how different things would have turned out for Microsoft and Apple if Bill Gates and Steve Jobs openly discussed what they were working on in a public forum.
It is also important for DNotes to let everyone know that we don't take part in illegal activities like 'pump and dump', which is a SEC violation (and a violation of similar laws/institutions in other countries) punishable by stiff fines and/or jail time.
I know several people that have wanted to make a large purchase of DNotes and didn't care that it drove the price up only to settle back down to where the market dictates. They were buying for the long term potential (20 years, not 20 bitcointalk days), and even though it entailed greater risk, they recognized that this type of investment is once a generation. This is not a pitch for DNotes - I believe in it, because I can relate to how they conduct business. It is a free market allowing everyone to do their own research, and decide for themselves.
A little perspective:
When looking at the cartoon below, keep in mind that when buying investments, 95% of people buy high and sell low. That leaves 5% of investors making all the profit.
So it took me forever to find this, I've always kept this thought in my mind got it out of BitCoinForum but i think its a good thing to reflect back on in this case. Its a Quote from RJF responding to Dyna's quote april 14 2015:
"For those of you who are unloading DNotes at 10,000 DNotes for around $100 let me share one of my bigger investment regrets; “I could have, and should have bought a bunch of Google shares when it was trading at less than $100 per share.
Google price has gone up by over 1,000% since its IPO on August 19, 2004."
"It hurts just to be reminded of that. I remember looking at Google and Yahoo and others at the very beginning and the glaring issue with investing in them seemed like a big stumbling block at the time: "How can a search engine make money?" I must admit, I didn't see the big picture then, advertising and diversification. And so it goes with investing. It's all about your vision and your ability to extrapolate, and project, in your mind, where the technology will be in 5, 10, even 20 years out. We used to say "think outside the box"
We even wrote our own Search Engine in the '90s called "Grok" (Robert Heinlein) that had a unique system of categorizing web sites that would give true advantage in areas where it was deserved. Just couldn't get anyone to share our new found vision and finance it's development. Having a requirement to put food on the table for your family kind of dampens throwing already limited resources into speculative ventures.
I learned that lesson the hard way. It took a little while to realize where tech and the Internet were really going but when the light bulb came on, I jumped in with both feet and haven't looked back. Glad I did."
In light of this I wouldn't loose faith in the bigger envisionment. Invest what you can loose to afford and consider it lost and/or long gone.. lets look back at it in 20 years and see if we have anything left or if all goes well we made a profit (maybe even early retirement?) . During which we can continue to be supportive and help spread the word while we sit on the end of our seats waiting for whats coming next!
My thoughts on it and happy i can be a part!