- On exchange – one day, it hit me!
- On social networks or forums – you know, blah blah blah blah blah
- Offline – drinking, partying or just socializing with my futuristic buddies
- Through my own diligent study – exploring every nook and cranny of the Crypto jungle
- By creating it – welcome, Master
- I listened to my inner voice…
- Other (bother to share please)
Spare your minute and teach us, will you? It may give us a hint on which channels have been the most effective as far as attracting new MAIDheads, thanks!
Other - investigating privacy platforms.
See also So, what got you interested in MaidSafe and SAFE Network in the first place?
EDIT: There’s a ‘ye olde’ version of this topic here How did you hear about MaidSafe - SAFE Network? will be interesting to compare and contrast.
Cool article, and welcome!
same as @rthgnl the Guardian article, although I already had a vague sense of remembering it from some earlier reference that I hadn’t acted on.
In bitcointalk -forum, or maybe Reddit, I don’t remember exactly. I read about the crowdsale and the whole idea made a lot of sense. Still it took over a year to actually buy any MAID and a couple of years to register here.
I was listening to the Crypto Show podcast and Nick Lambert was one of their guests. This piqued my interest and I began researching the SAFE Network afterwards.
I read this book whilst on holiday and maidsafe was one of the projects talked about. When I got home I done some research and since then been trying to accumulate.
In some top 5 for 2017 was MAID very common, but I read that in June 2017, so after big pump.
Anyone remember MasterXchange?
That’s what made me believe deeply, once I heard
I found this while searching for decrantralised web technologies. That lead me to the article in the Guardian.
Ahh, MasterXchange, that’s how I bought my first tokens. No too long after the crowdsale.
I found it here, Production - Rust Programming Language, while first starting to learn Rust.
David’s interviews on Declare Your Independence, with Ernest Hancock.
Wow crazy how much that list has grown since then. Great job, Rust
I can’t actually remember… I remember reading the old Google group and being sufficiently convinced to take part in the crowd sale. I am guessing it may have been the bitcointalk forums when I used to frequent there.