Proposal “IDAC_Dash_onboarding_platform“ (Closed)Back
|Monthly amount:||194 DASH (8140 USD)|
|Completed payments:||no payments occurred yet (3 month remaining)|
|Payment start/end:||2017-12-18 / 2018-03-17 (added on 2017-12-14)|
|Final voting deadline:||in passed|
|Votes:||228 Yes / 463 No / 16 Abstain|
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He walked me to Angel's room and he said that I sent Angel to you for this purpose. If He had not sent me Angel, then my wife would have never found out about Katie's Shining Stars program. He has been watching everything that happens, and this was all planned.
God sent me Angel so that I would meet Katie. He told Katie to tell me her story so that I would write the Part 2 Paper.
He told me that many of you would not believe this story, but He told me how to convince you. He said that when you saw it, you would repeatedly say "Oh My God, Oh My God, Oh My God".
Seems like this money would have been spent on crack and alcohol anyways, after reading what was just written.. Perma-NO to this..
I sincerely wish you all the best with you and your family but this is business, not a religious prayer session or homage to your school that you went to.
Please stop wasting your Dash, You have ZERO experience running an exchange, your team has only made up credentials, you cant answer one question straight.
A couple of days ago, a good high school friend of mine (I'll call him J.) called me, and he first apologized for not listening to me about 5 years ago. At that time, he called me asking me what he should consider investing in. Without hesitation, I told him "Bitcoin". I spent the next hour teaching him about Bitcoin. He took no action following that conversation. When he just called me, he told me "I did not listen to you then; I'll listen to anything that you tell me now". So I told him about IDAC, and I told him about Dash. I told him that IDAC will come online in about April 2018, and that I will help him to sign up for IDAC at that time, if he so chooses.
J. then asked me if I had time to help him sign up for Coinbase, and start buying Bitcoin. I agreed to do so, as long as he would let me call him back and pitch buying Dash to him on IDAC when we launch. He agreed. So I proceeded to walk him through signing up for Coinbase, linking it to his bank account, and setting up an automatic recurring Bitcoin buy. After we finished, I told him that when IDAC launches, I will help to convert him to buying Dash on a recurring basis using IDAC, if I chooses to do so after I explain to him why Dash is better.
James (IDAC's COO) and are were both good friends with J. in high school. J. called James at 3 AM yesterday, and he was absolutely giddy. He had just bought his first Bitcoin. He told several of his friends, and he had a house full of people who wanted to learn about Bitcoin. He did not know what to say, so he called James. J. shared his Coinbase referral code with all these friends, and he will try to help them sign up for Coinbase.
Why did I choose to help sign up J. to buy Bitcoin on Coinbase instead of buying Dash on Uphold? Because I know that Uphold does not yet have recurring Dash transactions. I also know that as a crypto-currency neophyte, Coinbase's simple interface will be easier for him to digest at this time. I know that he trusts my judgment, and that he will convert to buying Dash at IDAC.io on a recurring basis when I recommends that he do so.
So what does this have to do with the IDAC Agents model? J. had a room full of people at his house who wanted to learn about Bitcoin. When IDAC.io is up, J. will say "I know about another crypto-currency that is better than Bitcoin: it is called Dash. Please let me teach you about it". Once he is done, he will log each of them into IDAC.io, and help them to set up Dash buys. Many of them will choose to buy Dash on a recurring basis, and J., as an IDAC Agent will receive recurring commissions from those Dash purchases. THAT is the vision of IDAC Agents.
By the way, J. is a very talented and influential DJ in Chicago. Once IDAC.io launches, he will recruit a lot of people to the IDAC platform in the Chicagoland area. The key difference between IDAC Agents and an MLM platform is this: people run away from MLM platforms; people are running towards people with crypto-currency expertise. We just have to ensure that we are very picky about who we select as IDAC Agents, and that IDAC Agents always behave in an ethical manner. The annual IDAC Ethical Exam is one of the tools that will help us to do this.
Thank you again for the comment!
There is only one purpose for IDAC Agents: to help IDAC expand faster than if it would if we just the had initial 8 IDAC employees signing people up at IDAC.io. We are basically outsourcing some of our new member recruiting work to the IDAC Agents. We are also outsourcing some of the training work to the IDAC Agents. In another response, I'll share a story that will make it more clear how and why I came up with the IDAC Agents idea.
I hate MLM schemes as well. IDAC Agents will NEVER be presented or marketed as an MLM scheme. There is no multi-level component to IDAC Agents at all: you train and sign up a person once, and get a small commission on every Dash purchase that that specific person ever makes on IDAC.io.
The major difference between IDAC Agents and Coinbase's referral program is that Coinbase gives you $10 in free Bitcoin once. for signing up a new Coinbase user. IDAC will give IDAC Agents are much smaller commission, but we will give it them in perpetuity as long as they remain an IDAC Agent in good standing (buys at least $100 worth of Dash per year on IDAC, signs up at least 4 new IDAC users per year, and passes the annual ethics exam).
Here is another key distinction between IDAC Agents and a pyramid scheme. In a pyramid scheme, you continue to make more money as people that you enrolled bring in more members. With IDAC Agents, you only earn Dash commission for the people that you directly signed up, or were randomly assigned. I have to stress, there is absolutely no multilevel component to IDAC Agents.
Thanks again for the comment!
Still a NO from me.
So the answer to your question is a resounding no: we will never offer Dash to other crypto-currency pairs, only Dash to fiat. As far as the fees go, we have not determined our fees yet. We will sit down with Uphold and figure those out once we are successfully funded.
Thank you for the comment!
Only offering Dash, and having a very simple user interface will hopefully lead to IDAC having a lower than average number of support tickets submitted. Also, in our initial classroom training sessions, Rob Bucklew and I (this is Rex) will be there in the classroom with people to help them solve any problems that they may have.
The vision of IDAC is that many of our customers will use the"set it and forget it" feature: Dashwage. Many of them will choose to buy a hardware wallet, and we'll help them to set up a recurring Dash buy that will be sent to their hardware wallet. When your customers set it up once and forget it, the most probable outcome is that you will have fewer than average support requests, in my opinion.
We envision sort of a franchise system: IDAC Agents will set up IDAC training centers all around the country (and eventually world). As our revenue grows, we will probably formalize this process. So, in a sense, our customer support may become somewhat decentralized. Instead of first relying on a remote customer service center, an IDAC customer might contact their local IDAC Agent first.
The hardest part, actually onboarding people onto IDAC, can be done with an IDAC Agent if the customer does not feel comfortable doing it by themselves. I have already done a lot of training with people, and you would be surprised by how much difficulty new-to-crypto people have. For example, a gentleman (a future IDAC customer) called me today for help setting up his Keepkey. Doing this kind of thing over the phone is a nightmare. To make it short, it took use about 20 minutes to get to successfully download the Keepkey client as a Google Chrome extension. I ended up just emailing him the link to the Keepkey Client Chrome extension. The point that I am making is that these kind of support tasks are much easier done in a one teacher- to-many students setting where you can teach 30 people at one time instead of just teaching one.
James Shabazz, our COO, and a man with 20+ years of directing experience, has a plan: we are going to shoot a lot of instructional videos. These will help to cut down on the number of customer support calls. It won't eliminate problems where the Dash did not arrive as expected, but it will eliminate at lot of the "I don't know how to do X on IDAC" kind of calls.
Each person that is asking me to teach them about Bitcoin has friends and family, so we have whole networks of people that we can teach about Dash. One of my best friends from high school called me today asking about Bitcoin. He said that his co-workers are talking about it as well (one recommended that he buy 50% Bitcoin, 30% Litecoin, and 20% Ethereum). To me, it really appears that crypto-currency is going mainstream. We are going to re-direct all of these people that we come in contact with to Dash.
We have a HUGE network of people. My friend that called me today is a DJ in Chicago (he works as a law clerk by day). His network of friends in Chicago is huge. He is such an influencer that I had to make time for him today. Unfortunately, IDAC is not up yet: if it were, I would recommended buying Dash from IDAC on a recurring basis to him. I had a telephone conversation with him in late 2012 or early 2013 about Bitcoin. We talked for an hour, and I taught him everything that I knew about Bitcoin at the time. He never took action, and now he regrets it. His exact words to me today were "I'm sorry that I did not listen to you then, I'll do anything you tell me to do now." This is the kind of reputation that I have with people now because I am one of the few people that they know who can speak with authority on Crypto-currency.
Since they are all neophytes, I have to direct them to the easiest solution for them to digest now. Unfortunately, this is buying Bitcoin on Coinbase. As soon as IDAC.io is up, I am going to re-direct all of those people to buying Dash on a recurring basis on IDAC.
One final thought: my high school friend is not only very influential in the Chicago music scene, he is also very influential at our high school alma mater, Saint Ignatius College Prep in Chicago. He is very close to a lot of the alumni from our graduating class (much closer than I am). So once I teach him about Dash, he will use his social butterfly skills to teach a lot of other people.
IDAC will spread virally once it launches. This is the answer to your question: the IDAC Team will help to accelerate the exponential growth of Dash by introduce it to networks of people far faster than they would have been exposed to it naturally.
Please excuse any typos.
Thank you for the question!
Can you provide a link to his IMDB page so we can verify this, because otherwise we're just going off of what you've put in a Google Doc.