As far as I have read David Irvine vision is for Safcoin to serve for storage allocation token on the Safe Network. That a Safecoin could possibly become something more than that, i.e. serve as a unit of account (currency), is outside this scope and far from a certainty. A coin that is not divisible (and vice versa) is not a coin that can be used as a unit of account, and unlikely to be used as a currency. Hopefully it will be addressed but so far I have seen nothing concrete on this from the developers. @happybeing mentioned that there may be a fixed exchange system between different “alt-Safecoins” to simulate division over on this thread - it might work perfectly, especially if it is bi-directional and transparent.
Don’t get me wrong I would love to see Safecoin become a unit of account and not just serve as a hard drive space resource allocation token - which is why I keep pursuing this division question. I am just pointing out that given the current information any future Safecoin valuation predictions are hardly slam dunks there are a lot of big unknowns.
It was at about $6c at the start of 2015, when most people expected launch was near. I think we’ll be going there after the current sprint, when we’ll have a unified public network up and running. It is sure to cause quite a bit of media attention, and once people try it out they’ll get excited again. Right now I have the feeling that most of the Bitcoin community is skepitcal of SAFE, to the point of considering it vaporware.
It could have been several of them, who knows. Big fish for sure…
Prices on MastereXchange were lower than on Polo so one could buy any amount there and simply dump it on Polo and make a 20% profit or more.
Personally, I think handing out 10% GET reward for every request on the network greatly devalues the currency. MaidSafe re-iterated their support for this plan recently. Might this be a correction due to that?