Hey guys, even though we are in a completely different situation, it's always good to learn from the mistakes of the competition. I ran into this article today, somehow I missed it in April. Founders beware! Don't artificially set fixed transaction rates between other coins through your IPO. We weren't planning that as far as I'm aware of, but still this is good to keep in the back of your mind. You'll end up messing up the market and hurting not just yourself but also other crypto ecosystems which is bad karma. Don't accept coins which have low transaction volumes. The MaidSafeCoin guys are now stuck with millions in MasterCoin, which they can't possibly cash out on without sending it through the floor because of the low MasterCoin volumes. Don't put a fixed amount of coins for sale, because you may run out! This is where the concept of eMunie truly shines. We don't care if there are more coins available than some pre-established cap. We can just fix the price per coin because we don't fix the amount of coins. Good stuff! Also, don't take 8 years to release.. Please, Dan? In general I think eMunie should be in a good place if the founders handle and market this properly. I´m liking the promo material that Hansen is cranking out. Personally, I do think we can improve on the message a bit more. If we want to go mainstream with eMunie we should do two things. First is have a mainstream vision/message, not a radical one. Second is have advantages over the rest that we capitalize on (we're pretty good there). The new Peercoin vid is a great example in both regards! Still don't think they'll realize their goal of being the backbone cryptocurrency though..