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?
Memory fails us all
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, https://www.rust-lang.org/en-US/friends.html, 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.
My intro was from John Harris’ article " the punk rock internet " in the Guardian , brilliant and informative article .
Really pleased I read it, and more pleased to be a part of this community.
Great to see The Guardian article leading to a few new faces here! Welcome!
So far, I’ve counted 4 new folks citing that article as their turn on. I suppose it may be because the article tried to actually say something instead of selling it. Neat and lovely.
Let’s talk bitcoin podcast around the crowdsale of 2014
I first heard about Maidsafe in the Trollbox on Poloniex. I googled it and found this video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RdGH40oUVDY I was hooked on the SAFE Network before the video even ended.
Oh yeah that was a legendary one
It was a good article, that`s what brought me here too…