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I am currently fully invested in the premined coin ICX because I believe their project has great value as a pioneer in blockchain interoperability, AI in crypto, and I would like to raise capital for some of my own ideas. I have previously used Binance to buy and store all of my ICX. Today, my ICX is safe in cold storage, I still trust Binance, and enjoy their friendly and intuitive user interface.
I am brainstorming on blockchain ideas that focus on solving issues in humanitarian rights issues such as world hunger, access to safe drinking water, abolishing slavery, helping sex traffic victims, caring for orphans, aiding refugees, promoting world peace, helping drug addicts, disability awareness, helping veterans, helping battered women, and decentralizing mining capabilities. I have numerous ideas, and I am thinking of ways of connecting them, perhaps with numerous blockchains that operate with intertwined goals of making the world a safer, happier, and healthier place to live. Do you have any ideas of blockchain that may or may not coincide with ASICs and these humanitarian efforts? Am I crazy? Can other already existing blockchain projects solve some of these issues facing humanity?
I am beginning to draft some white papers. What would your paper consist of? What sort of problems do you see in the world? What kind of solutions can you imagine? Can blockchain help with safety, security, transparency, efficiency, and speed? How will this technology develop similarly or differently to the first advent of the internet?
A few pertinent questions from Binance Labs application include:
How do you measure success or failure of each milestone?
How much funds do you need to achieve each milestone?
What is your target evaluation?
Where are your team based? Where are you incorporated legally?
Other questions I am thinking of:
What would the product be?
What would the market be?
Is there a demand?
What problem would be solved, and how?
How can we develop and test the solution?
Thanks for joining us here, taking the time to read through our discussion, and sharing your open source advice and/or criticism.