21.co is Finally Figuring Out Their Business Model

in introduceyourself •  2 years ago  (edited)

21.co has finally started to figure out their business model and I'm playing around with it.

If there is anything you have ever wanted to know, feel free to ask me through their platform.

https://21.co/tonilane/

If you'd like to know a bit more about me and why it could be meaningful for you to ask me questions: "Toni Lane is an artrepreneur in the Digital Currency and Blockchain Industry who has been affectionately entitled, “The Joan of Arc of Blockchain” and “Young Star of Bitcoin” by her peers and various publications.

Casserly has been in the blockchain sphere since 2011, and is notably working on creating competitive marketplaces for governance with UNESCO Netexplo winner, Bitnation. As a humanitarian, Toni Lane used Bitcoin as a tool for direct response to the Ebola crisis in Sierra Leone. She co-founded CoinTelegraph and serves as an advisor to several notable companies, funds and family offices, including, but not limited to: The United Nations, SingularityU, Factom, HSBC, Bosch, Cicso, P&G, Institute for the Future and St. Gallen Symposium.

In other worlds, Toni Lane is a recording artist and the founder of the “immateralism” (post art) movement where she uses consciousness as a medium."

Find a moment to laugh and a reason to smile.
TLC

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wow. how many millions and how many years did it take. pathetic.

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lol be nice ;) to each their own, you know?

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well I certainly feel sorry for everyone that invested in 21.

Nice to see you back Toni.

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nice to be back :)

  ·  2 years ago (edited)

I still think their "Bitcoin computer" was ridiculous and still resent their shill campaign on Reddit for that overpriced $400 Raspberry Pi of theirs.

They're not all bad. I do like this page they've made: https://bitcoinfees.21.co/

The concept isn't a terrible idea. It's an interesting service especially if it were used by otherwise hard-to-reach people. I can't see a lot of people, (messagers or messagees) using it, but it's worth a try.

But it looks like they're promoting this to the #1 purpose of 21.co and perhaps their company, which is hard to imagine the money dumped into it is justified.

Interesting concept. There seems to be a few people there that I might want to contact someday. But is that going to be really viable business plan? I doubt it.