[quote=“Sentinelrv, post:15, topic:3896”]Ah, I completely forgot about that thread. I’m glad we didn’t just jump into something like that and instead waited for the idea to come together in a clearer way.
Also, read this article, which was recently posted in chat. There’s lots of use cases besides equity, many which I didn’t even think of, like coupons, loyalty points, game tokens, etc… They can even be used as promotional tools. Each use case would provide a reason for people to buy Peercoin, so it can be used to pay transaction fees, helping to increase demand and fight inflation through the destruction of coins.
Yeah that article got my mind going too. It seems that there will be a market for stuff like it very soon.
Each use case would provide a reason for people to buy Peercoin, so it can be used to pay transaction fees, helping to increase demand and fight inflation through the destruction of coins.
However I do not see it only as a mean to get people to buy and burn Peercoin, but as a way to get wider masses experience public blockchain technology and get to know that technology. The thing about Peercoin is that it is peer-to-peer unlike big_miners-to-peer what is Bitcoin, and this what should be emphasized.
By being innovative and deploying products based on our flavor of blockchain tech we get to tell new people how it works under the hood, and then those people when they meet Bitcoin or something similar will ask “But why did not you solve those problems the way Peercoin did?”.