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Just curious who is paying for day to day operational stuff?  Is foundation selling csc on exchanges to fund the operation? 

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3 minutes ago, moonlambo said:

Just curious who is paying for day to day operational stuff?  Is foundation selling csc on exchanges to fund the operation? 

Every now and then, they may sell some CSC to cover costs.

This is something they try keep to a minimum.

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Watch the fireside chats with John they are clear about the core team and their personal investments. Some of Foundation members have day jobs to cover cost of living and some are "all in" on CSC without being paid!

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As it has been said before the Foundation has the coins that were not swapped. Those are used to pay bills so we can keep the lights on and we are trying to keep that at a minimum. However, things like our infrastructure need to be paid. Some of us still have a second job to cover living that's correct but there are people like me who work full time on CSC.

We choose to do things this way even if it is harder than going thru an ICO. It also guarantees everyone is 99999999% committed. Even this is a pain most of the time we would do it the same way again. Todays ICO's collect millions for vaporware and do deliver almost nothing.  

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Hi Everyone,

A completely legit question.  Initial funding was provided by a loan.  Since then, Foundation members have been footing the bill.  Selling coins is part of the plan also, but only when absolutely necessary.  Daniel's statement about being committed is true.  No one is getting paid full salary at the moment (I've never been paid), and that is always the truest test of commitment!

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59 minutes ago, John Caldwell said:

Hi Everyone,

A completely legit question.  Initial funding was provided by a loan.  Since then, Foundation members have been footing the bill.  Selling coins is part of the plan also, but only when absolutely necessary.  Daniel's statement about being committed is true.  No one is getting paid full salary at the moment (I've never been paid), and that is always the truest test of commitment!

Thanks John, to you and your team. Most of us realize the sacrifice you endure while seeing your dream to fruition, we are very grateful.

We also hope that when this product goes to market that you all will be rewarded beyond your wildest dreams! We dream with you, but can really only offer our investments as well as moral support, encouragement and good vibes! :girl_in_love:

Cyn

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2 minutes ago, essexboyracer said:

Thanks John for pitching in. I'll just drop this here... in a good way :classic_biggrin:

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Boy Racer? No You didn't! LOL! :biggrin: 

Cindy Lou thinks that they're both pretty HoT! :blush: Pheeeewwww....

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1 minute ago, CindyLou said:

Cindy Lou thinks that they're both pretty HoT! :blush: Pheeeewwww....

There is only one decider on that question...

 

 

 

 

 

 

What socks does John wear?

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1 hour ago, essexboyracer said:

There is only one decider on that question...

 

 

 

 

 

 

What socks does John wear?

Socks? Where I'm going we won't be needing socks! :classic_tongue: 

Cyn-bad

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Guest BlackJack
11 hours ago, essexboyracer said:

 

No. Just No.

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21 hours ago, Daniel Keller said:

As it has been said before the Foundation has the coins that were not swapped. Those are used to pay bills so we can keep the lights on and we are trying to keep that at a minimum. However, things like our infrastructure need to be paid. Some of us still have a second job to cover living that's correct but there are people like me who work full time on CSC.

We choose to do things this way even if it is harder than going thru an ICO. It also guarantees everyone is 99999999% committed. Even this is a pain most of the time we would do it the same way again. Todays ICO's collect millions for vaporware and do deliver almost nothing.  

 

14 hours ago, John Caldwell said:

Hi Everyone,

A completely legit question.  Initial funding was provided by a loan.  Since then, Foundation members have been footing the bill.  Selling coins is part of the plan also, but only when absolutely necessary.  Daniel's statement about being committed is true.  No one is getting paid full salary at the moment (I've never been paid), and that is always the truest test of commitment!

WOW! That is true dedication. BIG SHOUT OUT to the whole TEEEAAAMMMMMM pass that on @Daniel Keller and @John Caldwell  And lot´s of love!

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