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ETHE & GBTC (Grayscale) Frequently Asked Questions

It is no doubt Grayscale’s booming popularity as a mainstream investment has caused a lot of community hullabaloo lately. As such, I felt it was worth making a FAQ regarding the topic. I’m looking to update this as needed and of course am open to suggestions / adding any questions.
The goal is simply to have a thread we can link to anyone with questions on Grayscale and its products. Instead of explaining the same thing 3 times a day, shoot those posters over to this thread. My hope is that these questions are answered in a fairly simple and easy to understand manner. I think as the sub grows it will be a nice reference point for newcomers.
Disclaimer: I do NOT work for Grayscale and as such am basing all these answers on information that can be found on their website / reports. (Grayscale’s official FAQ can be found here). I also do NOT have a finance degree, I do NOT have a Series 6 / 7 / 140-whatever, and I do NOT work with investment products for my day job. I have an accounting background and work within the finance world so I have the general ‘business’ knowledge to put it all together, but this is all info determined in my best faith effort as a layman. The point being is this --- it is possible I may explain something wrong or missed the technical terms, and if that occurs I am more than happy to update anything that can be proven incorrect
Everything below will be in reference to ETHE but will apply to GBTC as well. If those two segregate in any way, I will note that accordingly.
What is Grayscale? 
Grayscale is the company that created the ETHE product. Their website is https://grayscale.co/
What is ETHE? 
ETHE is essentially a stock that intends to loosely track the price of ETH. It does so by having each ETHE be backed by a specific amount of ETH that is held on chain. Initially, the newly minted ETHE can only be purchased by institutions and accredited investors directly from Grayscale. Once a year has passed (6 months for GBTC) it can then be listed on the OTCQX Best Market exchange for secondary trading. Once listed on OTCQX, anyone investor can purchase at this point. Additional information on ETHE can be found here.
So ETHE is an ETF? 
No. For technical reasons beyond my personal understandings it is not labeled an ETF. I know it all flows back to the “Securities Act Rule 144”, but due to my limited knowledge on SEC regulations I don’t want to misspeak past that. If anyone is more knowledgeable on the subject I am happy to input their answer here.
How long has ETHE existed? 
ETHE was formed 12/14/2017. GBTC was formed 9/25/2013.
How is ETHE created? 
The trust will issue shares to “Authorized Participants” in groups of 100 shares (called baskets). Authorized Participants are the only persons that may place orders to create these baskets and they do it on behalf of the investor.
Source: Creation and Redemption of Shares section on page 39 of the “Grayscale Ethereum Trust Annual Report (2019)” – Located Here
Note – The way their reports word this makes it sound like there is an army of authorizers doing the dirty work, but in reality there is only one Authorized Participant. At this moment the “Genesis” company is the sole Authorized Participant. Genesis is owned by the “Digital Currency Group, Inc.” which is the parent company of Grayscale as well. (And to really go down the rabbit hole it looks like DCG is the parent company of CoinDesk and is “backing 150+ companies across 30 countries, including Coinbase, Ripple, and Chainalysis.”)
Source: Digital Currency Group, Inc. informational section on page 77 of the “Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (BTC) Form 10-K (2019)” – Located Here
Source: Barry E. Silbert informational section on page 75 of the “Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (BTC) Form 10-K (2019)” – Located Here
How does Grayscale acquire the ETH to collateralize the ETHE product? 
An Investor may acquire ETHE by paying in cash or exchanging ETH already owned.
Source: Creation and Redemption of Shares section on page 40 of the “Grayscale Ethereum Trust Annual Report (2019)” – Located Here
Where does Grayscale store their ETH? Does it have a specific wallet address we can follow? 
ETH is stored with Coinbase Custody Trust Company, LLC. I am unaware of any specific address or set of addresses that can be used to verify the ETH is actually there.
As an aside - I would actually love to see if anyone knows more about this as it’s something that’s sort of peaked my interest after being asked about it… I find it doubtful we can find that however.
Source: Part C. Business Information, Item 8, subsection A. on page 16 of the “Grayscale Ethereum Trust Annual Report (2019)” – Located Here
Can ETHE be redeemed for ETH? 
No, currently there is no way to give your shares of ETHE back to Grayscale to receive ETH back. The only method of getting back into ETH would be to sell your ETHE to someone else and then use those proceeds to buy ETH yourself.
Source: Redemption Procedures on page 41 of the “Grayscale Ethereum Trust Annual Report (2019)” – Located Here
Why are they not redeeming shares? 
I think the report summarizes it best:
Redemptions of Shares are currently not permitted and the Trust is unable to redeem Shares. Subject to receipt of regulatory approval from the SEC and approval by the Sponsor in its sole discretion, the Trust may in the future operate a redemption program. Because the Trust does not believe that the SEC would, at this time, entertain an application for the waiver of rules needed in order to operate an ongoing redemption program, the Trust currently has no intention of seeking regulatory approval from the SEC to operate an ongoing redemption program.
Source: Redemption Procedures on page 41 of the “Grayscale Ethereum Trust Annual Report (2019)” – Located Here
What is the fee structure? 
ETHE has an annual fee of 2.5%. GBTC has an annual fee of 2.0%. Fees are paid by selling the underlying ETH / BTC collateralizing the asset.
Source: ETHE’s informational page on Grayscale’s website - Located Here
Source: Description of Trust on page 31 & 32 of the “Grayscale Ethereum Trust Annual Report (2019)” – Located Here
What is the ratio of ETH to ETHE? 
At the time of posting (6/19/2020) each ETHE share is backed by .09391605 ETH. Each share of GBTC is backed by .00096038 BTC.
ETHE & GBTC’s specific information page on Grayscale’s website updates the ratio daily – Located Here
For a full historical look at this ratio, it can be found on the Grayscale home page on the upper right side if you go to Tax Documents > 2019 Tax Documents > Grayscale Ethereum Trust 2019 Tax Letter.
Why is the ratio not 1:1? Why is it always decreasing? 
While I cannot say for certain why the initial distribution was not a 1:1 backing, it is more than likely to keep the price down and allow more investors a chance to purchase ETHE / GBTC.
As noted above, fees are paid by selling off the ETH collateralizing ETHE. So this number will always be trending downward as time goes on.
Source: Description of Trust on page 32 of the “Grayscale Ethereum Trust Annual Report (2019)” – Located Here
I keep hearing about how this is locked supply… explain? 
As noted above, there is currently no redemption program for converting your ETHE back into ETH. This means that once an ETHE is issued, it will remain in circulation until a redemption program is formed --- something that doesn’t seem to be too urgent for the SEC or Grayscale at the moment. Tiny amounts will naturally be removed due to fees, but the bulk of the asset is in there for good.
Knowing that ETHE cannot be taken back and destroyed at this time, the ETH collateralizing it will not be removed from the wallet for the foreseeable future. While it is not fully locked in the sense of say a totally lost key, it is not coming out any time soon.
Per their annual statement:
The Trust’s ETH will be transferred out of the ETH Account only in the following circumstances: (i) transferred to pay the Sponsor’s Fee or any Additional Trust Expenses, (ii) distributed in connection with the redemption of Baskets (subject to the Trust’s obtaining regulatory approval from the SEC to operate an ongoing redemption program and the consent of the Sponsor), (iii) sold on an as-needed basis to pay Additional Trust Expenses or (iv) sold on behalf of the Trust in the event the Trust terminates and liquidates its assets or as otherwise required by law or regulation.
Source: Description of Trust on page 31 of the “Grayscale Ethereum Trust Annual Report (2019)” – Located Here
Grayscale now owns a huge chunk of both ETH and BTC’s supply… should we be worried about manipulation, a sell off to crash the market crash, a staking cartel? 
First, it’s important to remember Grayscale is a lot more akin to an exchange then say an investment firm. Grayscale is working on behalf of its investors to create this product for investor control. Grayscale doesn’t ‘control’ the ETH it holds any more then Coinbase ‘controls’ the ETH in its hot wallet. (Note: There are likely some varying levels of control, but specific to this topic Grayscale cannot simply sell [legally, at least] the ETH by their own decision in the same manner Coinbase wouldn't be able to either.)
That said, there shouldn’t be any worry in the short to medium time-frame. As noted above, Grayscale can’t really remove ETH other than for fees or termination of the product. At 2.5% a year, fees are noise in terms of volume. Grayscale seems to be the fastest growing product in the crypto space at the moment and termination of the product seems unlikely.
IF redemptions were to happen tomorrow, it’s extremely unlikely we would see a mass exodus out of the product to redeem for ETH. And even if there was incentive to get back to ETH, the premium makes it so that it would be much more cost effective to just sell your ETHE on the secondary market and buy ETH yourself. Remember, any redemption is up to the investors and NOT something Grayscale has direct control over.
Yes, but what about [insert criminal act here]… 
Alright, yes. Technically nothing is stopping Grayscale from selling all the ETH / BTC and running off to the Bahamas (Hawaii?). BUT there is no real reason for them to do so. Barry is an extremely public figure and it won’t be easy for him to get away with that. Grayscale’s Bitcoin Trust creates SEC reports weekly / bi-weekly and I’m sure given the sentiment towards crypto is being watched carefully. Plus, Grayscale is making tons of consistent revenue and thus has little to no incentive to give that up for a quick buck.
That’s a lot of ‘happy little feels’ Bob, is there even an independent audit or is this Tether 2.0? 
Actually yes, an independent auditor report can be found in their annual reports. It is clearly aimed more towards the financial side and I doubt the auditors are crypto savants, but it is at least one extra set of eyes. Auditors are Friedman LLP – Auditor since 2015.
Source: Independent Auditor Report starting on page 116 (of the PDF itself) of the “Grayscale Ethereum Trust Annual Report (2019)” – Located Here
As mentioned by user TheCrpytosAndBloods (In Comments Below), a fun fact:
The company’s auditors Friedman LLP were also coincidentally TetheBitfinex’s auditors until They controversially parted ways in 2018 when the Tether controversy was at its height. I am not suggesting for one moment that there is anything shady about DCG - I just find it interesting it’s the same auditor.
“Grayscale sounds kind of lame” / “Not your keys not your crypto!” / “Why is anyone buying this, it sounds like a scam?” 
Welp, for starters this honestly is not really a product aimed at the people likely to be reading this post. To each their own, but do remember just because something provides no value to you doesn’t mean it can’t provide value to someone else. That said some of the advertised benefits are as follows:
So for example, I can set up an IRA at a brokerage account that has $0 trading fees. Then I can trade GBTC and ETHE all day without having to worry about tracking my taxes. All with the relative safety something like E-Trade provides over Binance.
As for how it benefits the everyday ETH holder? I think the supply lock is a positive. I also think this product exposes the Ethereum ecosystem to people who otherwise wouldn’t know about it.
Why is there a premium? Why is ETHE’s premium so insanely high compared to GBTC’s premium? 
There are a handful of theories of why a premium exists at all, some even mentioned in the annual report. The short list is as follows:
Why is ETHE’s so much higher the GBTC’s? Again, a few thoughts:

Are there any other differences between ETHE and GBTC? 
I touched on a few of the smaller differences, but one of the more interesting changes is GBTC is now a “SEC reporting company” as of January 2020. Which again goes beyond my scope of knowledge so I won’t comment on it too much… but the net result is GBTC is now putting out weekly / bi-weekly 8-K’s and annual 10-K’s. This means you can track GBTC that much easier at the moment as well as there is an extra layer of validity to the product IMO.
I’m looking for some statistics on ETHE… such as who is buying, how much is bought, etc? 
There is a great Q1 2020 report I recommend you give a read that has a lot of cool graphs and data on the product. It’s a little GBTC centric, but there is some ETHE data as well. It can be found here hidden within the 8-K filings.Q1 2020 is the 4/16/2020 8-K filing.
For those more into a GAAP style report see the 2019 annual 10-K of the same location.
Is Grayscale only just for BTC and ETH? 
No, there are other products as well. In terms of a secondary market product, ETCG is the Ethereum Classic version of ETHE. Fun Fact – ETCG was actually put out to the secondary market first. It also has a 3% fee tied to it where 1% of it goes to some type of ETC development fund.
In terms of institutional and accredited investors, there are a few ‘fan favorites’ such as Bitcoin Cash, Litcoin, Stellar, XRP, and Zcash. Something called Horizion (Backed by ZEN I guess? Idk to be honest what that is…). And a diversified Mutual Fund type fund that has a little bit of all of those. None of these products are available on the secondary market.
Are there alternatives to Grayscale? 
I know they exist, but I don’t follow them. I’ll leave this as a “to be edited” section and will add as others comment on what they know.
Per user Over-analyser (in comments below):
Coinshares (Formerly XBT provider) are the only similar product I know of. BTC, ETH, XRP and LTC as Exchange Traded Notes (ETN).
It looks like they are fully backed with the underlying crypto (no premium).
https://coinshares.com/etps/xbt-provideinvestor-resources/daily-hedging-position
Denominated in SEK and EUR. Certainly available in some UK pensions (SIPP).
As asked by pegcity - Okay so I was under the impression you can just give them your own ETH and get ETHE, but do you get 11 ETHE per ETH or do you get the market value of ETH in USD worth of ETHE? 
I have always understood that the ETHE issued directly through Grayscale is issued without the premium. As in, if I were to trade 1 ETH for ETHE I would get 11, not say only 2 or 3 because the secondary market premium is so high. And if I were paying cash only I would be paying the price to buy 1 ETH to get my 11 ETHE. Per page 39 of their annual statement, it reads as follows:
The Trust will issue Shares to Authorized Participants from time to time, but only in one or more Baskets (with a Basket being a block of 100 Shares). The Trust will not issue fractions of a Basket. The creation (and, should the Trust commence a redemption program, redemption) of Baskets will be made only in exchange for the delivery to the Trust, or the distribution by the Trust, of the number of whole and fractional ETH represented by each Basket being created (or, should the Trust commence a redemption program, redeemed), which is determined by dividing (x) the number of ETH owned by the Trust at 4:00 p.m., New York time, on the trade date of a creation or redemption order, after deducting the number of ETH representing the U.S. dollar value of accrued but unpaid fees and expenses of the Trust (converted using the ETH Index Price at such time, and carried to the eighth decimal place), by (y) the number of Shares outstanding at such time (with the quotient so obtained calculated to one one-hundred-millionth of one ETH (i.e., carried to the eighth decimal place)), and multiplying such quotient by 100 (the “Basket ETH Amount”). All questions as to the calculation of the Basket ETH Amount will be conclusively determined by the Sponsor and will be final and binding on all persons interested in the Trust. The Basket ETH Amount multiplied by the number of Baskets being created or redeemed is the “Total Basket ETH Amount.” The number of ETH represented by a Share will gradually decrease over time as the Trust’s ETH are used to pay the Trust’s expenses. Each Share represented approximately 0.0950 ETH and 0.0974 ETH as of December 31, 2019 and 2018, respectively.

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[For Hire] Marketing and SEO

My name is Zack Frederick and I started doing marketing several years ago as i began my first yoga ‘e-business', realising very quickly that the difference between me and the next John Doe wasn’t the product but the presentation. So I set about, by trial and error, learning how I could sell more Yoga mats than John Doe. It wasn’t long before I realised I was very good at the marketing aspect, and I didn’t really like things like warehousing and distribution.
Today I’m most interested in building reports, designing paid campaigns and helping with Instagram.
I’ve compiled a few free tips for general marketing and SEO.

Brand awareness

First off. Influencers will not magically make your website successful. You have to be your own influencer. Over my tenor, I have spent thousands on social media analysis, rebranding and learning tricks like sticking state names across American products or even changing the colour of my website depending on the demographics of my audience. Spoilers, guys love red. Here’s an example data set. https://imgur.com/gallery/7OHIx
Last year, I ran a campaign for one of my shoe clients, and we used the pride of state consumers to grow his shoe business. I researched the best colours to use for different states and gave him a list, we put the state names across his shoes and marketed directly to them through instagram. It wasn’t long before his conversion metrics were soaring.
Here's an example report from one of my clients - https://prnt.sc/iisqv8

Value

I have worked with a lot of musicians, a big part of them started with low view, audio-only videos. I learnt quickly that for them to achieve success they had to provide value, so i told them to create videos. They did and then ta-da, they had 4500 views when they only had 200 view music videos before. For the next step, I even got them contacts with massive digital celebrities. My proudest connection having been ‘Ninja’ during the height of his fortnite campaign, I organised the marketing behind several viral Fortnite music parodies with now millions of views.

Trend riding

Make use of trends in your business. If something is so mainstream and big, why ignore it? In the past I have made use of the political trends in the American election with trump AND hillary brands on some of my clients products, with the pro trump and pro hillary supporters wanting to sport their political beliefs no matter the cost.
I see a lot of website based businesses underuse social media with broad attempts at Facebook ads and Instagram ads, ill go to digital marketing agencies and see they either have no social following or a huge botted one. It's a terrible idea to buy followers, if you want to cut corners then you should look at buying a smaller business with a bigger social following.
Here’s the impressions from a tweet I made on the first day of creating a company a twitter platform and using trend riding and collaboration to grow it https://prnt.sc/huziu6 4K Impressions on one tweet in 15 minutes - we hit 80k impressions in the first day. I did this from simply mimiking the formula for success from a similiar company account, i don't want to try change the magic formula for success.

Direction

Adapt

You really do have to stay in touch with your business to know what's working and what isn't, companies like Toys R Us refused to do that and stuck with huge stockpiles of star wars toys and then they collapsed. Blockbusters where ahead of the curve for digital movies and then they refused to change, Netflix changed and Netflix won. Amazon learnt to use online selling and left companies like Tescos with financial crisis.
The big boom in marketing that I’ve seen is social media marketing, marketers can create huge social following for companies and use that platform to sell content for extremely low costs in comparison to the tens of thousands it costs to use other platforms such as radio. Social media marketing has become somewhat controversial, but it is important to always stay open minded.

Collaboration** & Viral content

I can not stress the importance of working with other people. Every billionaire i know of has had a mentor, every big company success story had business partners. I've had far more success in clients who have listened to me and done collaborative work with digital celebs, with a dog product business making thousands of sales when they worked with vlogger Zoella and gave her free products.
Viral content is very important because every Youtuber with over 1 million subscribers has started off big and managed to keep it big, nobody grinded and slowly rose up at an equal exponent. Hard work is fine but being consistent and mixing it up, copying the viral content of others is an easy way of bringing in secondary viewership and traffic. Pewdiepie, the biggest youtuber on the planet, started with viral horror content. Ninja, the biggest streamer, grinded for 7 years but only truly struck gold with the virality of Fortnite. So it makes sense to repeat their methods.

Key words

It is an obvious thing to say but it's neglected, key words are very important. I had a crypto business come to me and ask why their site wasnt doing very well, and i looked through it and saw they never mentioned anything beyond bitcoin. Bitcoin is a very expensive key word to market, with costs of the raw word being as high as 38$ per click. I had to bring them down to earth with harsh truths, i rewrote their entire site using SEM tools in mind - with key words and phrases like "Altcoin exchange" and using the names of the top 100 altcoins across the site.

SEO

Search Engine Optimisation is the name given to increasing the value and raw volume of your organic traffic. A successful website always wants as many of the most likely consumer base to encounter their product because that’s the hardest point of digital business. Your websites SEO is determined by crawlers which regularly check up on your website and update their index which is later used by an algorithm to order results when someone ‘googles’ something.
Today I’m going to be talking you through some key points about SEO that I personally audit for businesses.

Domains

Https://Www.Example.Com is an example of something we call a ‘root domain’ which is made up of protocol (https://) subdomain (www.) domain name (example) and top-level domain (.com). These are the basic parts. It’s important that the protocol is the best and safest it can be or else google will punish you. It’s also important your domain name and top-level domain are appropriate and readable. The words used in your subdomain can also affect how customers interpret your website, websites can be named after their market base for easy marketing. In addition, the age and previous registrations of your domain matter. It’s important these factors are appropriately considered in your website. Be minimal with subdomains.

Targeting

Google knows where it’s users are and what they’re using from their browser data, IPs and MACs and then matches them with websites in their areas or appropriate to searches. Ever since the infamous 2016 update ‘Possum’ it is not something you can ignore. Even jobs based websites had to use the meta data ‘Jobs Schema’ (from 2017 onwards) to tell google where your website was focused. Location specific landing pages matter. You have to pay credence to DNS (domain name server) and Glue to keep TTL (time to load) and mobile in mind, especially with more mobile users than ever. CMS (customs) is also part of this discussion: themes and plugins are a factor in Google’s ranking. One way to improve TTL is through CDN’s and we have to consider how we approach them to rank better. Sometimes, you might face penalties and there are ways to know; that’s a little too hard to explain here but PM me for more.

Content

Nobody loves a book more than google. Robots will read all your website, even the stuff humans don’t bother with. Things like duplication will annoy Google who doesn’t like reading things twice. CTA’s (buttons basically) have to go somewhere nice and if they don’t work properly google will punish you. Human biases are important too. The user experience will effect their retention and Google will clock that. There’s also lots of minor things that can stack up: Filenames (help you rank on Images) Thin content (Google sees it as lazy) phrase diversity (spamming key words is noticed) and URL structures too! Make sure your in and outbound links are healthy as well as having keyword mapping where you assign the correct words to the right pages. Make sure your anchor texts (viewable when linking) are descriptive yet succinct. And finally: link velocity, a healthy eco system of link building is important to longevity and renewed SEO.

Technical Stuff.

Consistent anchor elements are important to prevent 404s. Don’t use abbreviations with naming files and folders. Limit use of dates for file folder names. Your site architecture has to be simple and close to the root domain so the click depth isn’t too great! Links to and from your site can’t be dead ends, and use breadcrumbs! Be wary of canonical issues from similar content across multiple URLs. Treat Cookies and Session IDs properly, privacy laws are ever changed and mismatching them can be dangerous. There’s lots more to go into like header status codes, site maps, GSC Crawl Errors but Reddit has a text limit so I’ve deleted some of my post.

PM me if interested in my services or with questions.

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Some friendly tips for those players who are feeling "done" with the game...

The game is fun but challenging; it's not supposed to be easy money! However, after reading quite a few posts from players who felt defeated and "done" with the game because they couldn't keep up with the cost of playing, I thought it might be good to highlight some tips/tricks that everyone might find helpful.
  1. First, and probably most important of these suggestions--do NOT depend solely on the Flea Market for making money. Not everything is going to get you top-dollar returns if you post on the FM, in fact many items sell for as much (if not more!) to the Traders. This has two benefits: one, you can keep these items in your Secure Container to sell regardless of whether you survive the raid; and two, you can level up the traders. Before you post anything, check to see what the Traders would give you for that item, and maybe you can save the posting fee!
  2. Don't neglect your Scav runs, and when you do them, it doesn't always have to be on Interchange or Reserve. You can make 200-300k Rubles for a modest run on pretty much any map. You don't HAVE to find a GPU or rare key for the run to be lucrative. Some maps will have more competition from fellow Scav players (like Customs, Interchange and Reserve), so try running Shoreline or Woods instead. The loot is spread out enough so you can gather items in relative peace, and there are plenty of NPC Scavs (dead and alive) for you to farm gear. Another tip: you can extract on Scav right away and still get Survived status. I have done this when I spawn in with a rare key or item I need for a quest. Don't be ashamed of leaving early if it means making some well-needed cash.
  3. Play smart. I don't mean this in a condescending way, I just mean that making a logical, safe choice is almost always better than making a ballsy play to save time, especially if you already have loot you don't want to lose. Some examples:   ** Suppress your weapon whenever possible. If you fire a loud gun, you are giving free information to everyone within earshot about your location and gun type. If veteran players hear the same gun again in the same area 15 minutes later (if you're playing really slowly), they might assume with reasonable accuracy that you haven't moved through the map, and will expect you to do so soon. If you can't afford suppression (and I get it--at the beginning, it's expensive to do this for every run) then play a bit faster, move away from your kill sites before other players have the chance to corner you. Practice looting faster on your Scav runs, and learn the hotkeys for quick collection and equip (CTRL and ALT respectively).   ** Use the above information to your advantage. Scavs are rarely suppressed, so if they aren't shooting at you, they are shooting at someone else. Treat this as an alarm system and it will help you make more informed decisions about your movement patterns. It might also let you get the jump on other players who just finished an engagement with Scavs and might be hurt or low on ammo. Comtacs will help immensely in this regard.   ** Don't always rush for a high-value loot location. If you spawn as far away as possible from the Health Resort on Shoreline, don't try to rush in and hope that no one opened E222/226. The odds are against you, so instead try to make some cash by hunting players, or looting less-lucrative spots and running it back again afterwards.   ** Don't make ballsy plays just because you think that if you don't, you're a coward. If you aren't comfortable playing aggressive, then doing so might be more risk than it's worth. Your nerves could impact your performance in a high-stress gun fight, so there's no shame in making the choice to walk away. That being said, try to encourage yourself to take more risks over time, work your way up to being able to hold your own in a fight. There's this toxic mentality that if you don't play like John Wick all the time, balls-to-the-wall 24/7, then you're a pussy. Watch any streamer and viewers will complain in chat if they walk away from a risky situation to prevent losing the loot they have already collected. Don't think like that, trust in your own judgement.
  4. Upgrade your hideout and use the crafting systems to make money. Lots of items in the Lavatory, Workbench, Medstation and Nutrition Unit are worth good money--both on the FM and with the Traders. Do some research and you will see that an item that sells for 300k+ might only require materials valued at 150k. Crafting items like that on cooldown is a good way to make virtually free money. You don't need the Bitcoin Farm, Scav Case and Intelligence Center to make good, consistent Rubles. Also, for quests that require items with Found in Raid status--many can be crafted in the Hideout using materials you can buy on the Flea Market, and they will be FiR when complete. If you're having trouble finding GPUs, for example, then hold on to that quest until you have Intelligence Center LV2, and buy the materials to craft them! This way, you can play the game normally, and if you come across one or more in that time, that's just gravy on top!
  5. Sell everything you don't need and keep track of your barter items so you don't keep anything beyond what is necessary for quests and Hideout construction down the line. Invest in a Scav Junkbox early if you are short on space. Keep a few pieces of armouhelmets/comtacs in your stash so you don't need to spend money on them as often. Save and dismantle guns you might want to use later so they take up less space, especially if you're on a Standard Account. In almost 1000 hours this wipe, I have only bought MP-153 shotguns (damn you, Setup quest!)--everything else was found on Scavs or other players, and then I just modified the guns to my need. This ties in directly with #6...
  6. Don't buy what you can find easily. Some of the Gunsmith quests require guns/modifications that you can barter for using common items that you can find in Toolboxes, Duffel Bags and Filing Cabinets. That brings me to another example: the SVD Marksman Rifle. You will need them for the last Punisher quest in the mid- to late-game, but they are easy to find and can save you thousands.   ** SVDs can be found consistently on Woods--Shturman and his guards will almost always have two or more between them loaded with 7N1 or SNB ammunition. To get an idea of their attack patterns and spawn locations, try Scav'ing to see if they are up; you might get lucky and can pick up scrap loot that other players have left behind. Also on Woods: the Sniper Scav near "Pride Rock" usually has an SVD, Mosin or modified SKS, and he's up every round. I was able to collect 9 SVDs from my time doing the beginner Woods quests long before the Punisher series, so take advantage of your time on the map when doing other tasks! Even if you can't find SVDs, if you find items worth 80k rubles, then BOOM! you have essentially found an SVD.
  7. If you're a Standard Account player, DO NOT waste time/money/items on the Beta Secure Container barter with Peacekeeper LL2. Try to hold out for the Epsilon Container, which is a reward for The Punisher - Part 6 (requires the SVD, see #6 above).
  8. Finally, don't be afraid to fail. Dying is part of the game, so take each death as a learning experience. Granted, some deaths are annoying and unavoidable, especially in a Beta. Take a break and Scav for a while, come back to PMC when you have given yourself time to breathe. Each player has different strengths and weaknesses, don't try to fit a mold set by other players in the community. Just enjoy your time in Tarkov and you might find that you're progressing far more than you expected!
I hope those who have read this far will find value in these "tips". For a quick TL;DR summary:
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[For Hire] Marketing and SEO

My name is Zack Frederick and I started doing marketing several years ago as i began my first yoga ‘e-business', realising very quickly that the difference between me and the next John Doe wasn’t the product but the presentation. So I set about, by trial and error, learning how I could sell more Yoga mats than John Doe. It wasn’t long before I realised I was very good at the marketing aspect, and I didn’t really like things like warehousing and distribution.
I’ve compiled a few free tips for general marketing and SEO.

Brand awareness

First off. Influencers will not magically make your website successful. You have to be your own influencer. Over my tenor, I have spent thousands on social media analysis, rebranding and learning tricks like sticking state names across American products or even changing the colour of my website depending on the demographics of my audience. Spoilers, guys love red. Here’s an example data set. https://imgur.com/gallery/7OHIx
Last year, I ran a campaign for one of my shoe clients, and we used the pride of state consumers to grow his shoe business. I researched the best colours to use for different states and gave him a list, we put the state names across his shoes and marketed directly to them through instagram. It wasn’t long before his conversion metrics were soaring.
Here's an example report from one of my clients - https://prnt.sc/iisqv8

Value

I have worked with a lot of musicians, a big part of them started with low view, audio-only videos. I learnt quickly that for them to achieve success they had to provide value, so i told them to create videos. They did and then ta-da, they had 4500 views when they only had 200 view music videos before. For the next step, I even got them contacts with massive digital celebrities. My proudest connection having been ‘Ninja’ during the height of his fortnite campaign, I organised the marketing behind several viral Fortnite music parodies with now millions of views.

Trend riding

Make use of trends in your business. If something is so mainstream and big, why ignore it? In the past I have made use of the political trends in the American election with trump AND hillary brands on some of my clients products, with the pro trump and pro hillary supporters wanting to sport their political beliefs no matter the cost.
I see a lot of website based businesses underuse social media with broad attempts at Facebook ads and Instagram ads, ill go to digital marketing agencies and see they either have no social following or a huge botted one. It's a terrible idea to buy followers, if you want to cut corners then you should look at buying a smaller business with a bigger social following.
Here’s the impressions from a tweet I made on the first day of creating a company a twitter platform and using trend riding and collaboration to grow it https://prnt.sc/huziu6 4K Impressions on one tweet in 15 minutes - we hit 80k impressions in the first day. I did this from simply mimiking the formula for success from a similiar company account, i don't want to try change the magic formula for success.

Direction

Adapt

You really do have to stay in touch with your business to know what's working and what isn't, companies like Toys R Us refused to do that and stuck with huge stockpiles of star wars toys and then they collapsed. Blockbusters where ahead of the curve for digital movies and then they refused to change, Netflix changed and Netflix won. Amazon learnt to use online selling and left companies like Tescos with financial crisis.
The big boom in marketing that I’ve seen is social media marketing, marketers can create huge social following for companies and use that platform to sell content for extremely low costs in comparison to the tens of thousands it costs to use other platforms such as radio. Social media marketing has become somewhat controversial, but it is important to always stay open minded.

Collaboration** & Viral content

I can not stress the importance of working with other people. Every billionaire i know of has had a mentor, every big company success story had business partners. I've had far more success in clients who have listened to me and done collaborative work with digital celebs, with a dog product business making thousands of sales when they worked with vlogger Zoella and gave her free products.
Viral content is very important because every Youtuber with over 1 million subscribers has started off big and managed to keep it big, nobody grinded and slowly rose up at an equal exponent. Hard work is fine but being consistent and mixing it up, copying the viral content of others is an easy way of bringing in secondary viewership and traffic. Pewdiepie, the biggest youtuber on the planet, started with viral horror content. Ninja, the biggest streamer, grinded for 7 years but only truly struck gold with the virality of Fortnite. So it makes sense to repeat their methods.

Key words

It is an obvious thing to say but it's neglected, key words are very important. I had a crypto business come to me and ask why their site wasnt doing very well, and i looked through it and saw they never mentioned anything beyond bitcoin. Bitcoin is a very expensive key word to market, with costs of the raw word being as high as 38$ per click. I had to bring them down to earth with harsh truths, i rewrote their entire site using SEM tools in mind - with key words and phrases like "Altcoin exchange" and using the names of the top 100 altcoins across the site.

SEO

Search Engine Optimisation is the name given to increasing the value and raw volume of your organic traffic. A successful website always wants as many of the most likely consumer base to encounter their product because that’s the hardest point of digital business. Your websites SEO is determined by crawlers which regularly check up on your website and update their index which is later used by an algorithm to order results when someone ‘googles’ something.
Today I’m going to be talking you through some key points about SEO that I personally audit for businesses.

Domains

Https://Www.Example.Com is an example of something we call a ‘root domain’ which is made up of protocol (https://) subdomain (www.) domain name (example) and top-level domain (.com). These are the basic parts. It’s important that the protocol is the best and safest it can be or else google will punish you. It’s also important your domain name and top-level domain are appropriate and readable. The words used in your subdomain can also affect how customers interpret your website, websites can be named after their market base for easy marketing. In addition, the age and previous registrations of your domain matter. It’s important these factors are appropriately considered in your website. Be minimal with subdomains.

Targeting

Google knows where it’s users are and what they’re using from their browser data, IPs and MACs and then matches them with websites in their areas or appropriate to searches. Ever since the infamous 2016 update ‘Possum’ it is not something you can ignore. Even jobs based websites had to use the meta data ‘Jobs Schema’ (from 2017 onwards) to tell google where your website was focused. Location specific landing pages matter. You have to pay credence to DNS (domain name server) and Glue to keep TTL (time to load) and mobile in mind, especially with more mobile users than ever. CMS (customs) is also part of this discussion: themes and plugins are a factor in Google’s ranking. One way to improve TTL is through CDN’s and we have to consider how we approach them to rank better. Sometimes, you might face penalties and there are ways to know; that’s a little too hard to explain here but PM me for more.

Content

Nobody loves a book more than google. Robots will read all your website, even the stuff humans don’t bother with. Things like duplication will annoy Google who doesn’t like reading things twice. CTA’s (buttons basically) have to go somewhere nice and if they don’t work properly google will punish you. Human biases are important too. The user experience will effect their retention and Google will clock that. There’s also lots of minor things that can stack up: Filenames (help you rank on Images) Thin content (Google sees it as lazy) phrase diversity (spamming key words is noticed) and URL structures too! Make sure your in and outbound links are healthy as well as having keyword mapping where you assign the correct words to the right pages. Make sure your anchor texts (viewable when linking) are descriptive yet succinct. And finally: link velocity, a healthy eco system of link building is important to longevity and renewed SEO.

Technical Stuff.

Consistent anchor elements are important to prevent 404s. Don’t use abbreviations with naming files and folders. Limit use of dates for file folder names. Your site architecture has to be simple and close to the root domain so the click depth isn’t too great! Links to and from your site can’t be dead ends, and use breadcrumbs! Be wary of canonical issues from similar content across multiple URLs. Treat Cookies and Session IDs properly, privacy laws are ever changed and mismatching them can be dangerous. There’s lots more to go into like header status codes, site maps, GSC Crawl Errors but Reddit has a text limit so I’ve deleted some of my post.

PM me if interested in my services or with questions.

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TIFU by falling for a scam and losing 20 thousand dollers

This happend on Tuesday June 16th 2020
I got a call saying it was Canada service calling and i was a suspect for fraud on a Federal level and i had to press 1 to get directed to a investigations officer or the police would be coming to my house to arrest me for ignoring the call.
Right off the bat the "officer" Henry Clayton badge number 969A24 from the federal police investigations department told me that i was under investigation by the federal government and wanted to know what I've been up too. They stated that i have a warrant for my arrest and that there was 7 allegations against me. Then he preceded to tell me what all the 7 allegations were. "I can't remember what he said the allegations exactly were but it sounded legit" Then he said to me do i accept these allegations as true or deny them. Of course i denied them and said i was innocent. He then asked me to provide him with the number for my local rcmp so he could contact the chief of police and have him send out someone to contact me. So i gave him the number for the local rcmp and he called them on a different line while leaving me on his line. I could hear him say his name and badge number to them and ask for the chief of police then told him the situation and asked him to get into contact with me. Then he told me that the chief will call me in a couple minutes so wait for that.
Sure enough i get a call a not even a minute later and it was the "Chief officer named bill cooper badge number 12762" he told me he received the files and wanted to confirm I was the right person he was talking too. Bill cooper said just about all the same stuff henry clayton had. Then he asked me how there was any possible way someone could have gotten my sin number to be impersonating me. I told i haven't given my sin to anyone and the only think i could think of was maybe from checking my credit score online. He said that my family and friends are under suspect as well because they would be the closest possible ones to get my sin and could have sold it off to someone or been using it themselves. He said not to mention it to them because he will have officer come to question them as well as me and wanted me to wait until then to talk with them about it. Then he says im going to transfer you over to my officer and he will guide you on what to do next.
Boom right away probably not even a minute later i get another call from "Officer Daniel Mills badge # V91D2Q13" He says that he has recieved all the info from henry clayton and bill cooper and will guide me on what to do next. He says that in the documentaion he has recieved they belive that there is a chance i could be innocent but they will have officers come to my house and do a lie dectector test and question me to make sure. Then he said for now what i should do is put my money in a safeguard because they will cancel all my bank accounts and everything that is connected with my sin number and then give me a new one and if im proven innocent and then i can transfer my money back into my accounts from the safeguard.
So "Daniel Mills" tells me i need to head to a bank right away and deposite my money into cash and then says i need to stay on the line at all times because the call is being recorded and wants to make sure im cooperating with the police. I get to the bank and then when i park my car i let him know im there. He tells me i need to follow is very specific instrctions, i need to move all my money into my checking account from my savings and my credit accounts then take all that money out in cash. I was also told i must stay on the line while i go in there. He also said i must not tell the people at the bank the real reason why im taking out this money because they are also a suspect and cannot be trusted they could be the ones who gave out my information. So I go into the bank ask the teller to move all my money including my credit card money into my checking account and take it out as cash. The teller said sure let me go aso my bank manager first and then she will be right back with me. She could obviously tell something was up because i was acting nervous. Then the bank manager comes up to me and asks me if everything is okay and if I was being told or forced to do this. I lied and told him No out of fear. Fear that he could be the one who gave out my information and fear of getting in trouble from rejecting a direct order from the officer who is still on the line. The bank teller says ok and give me my money in cash.
Then when i get back in the car i let him know i have the money. He then tells me i need to secure the money into a BiT machine and the government will refund me in the next 24/48 hours after the police come and interigate me and put me on a lie detector test to prove that im innocent. At this point i start getting very suspisious and question everything. What a fool i was to question it directly to him instead of just hanging up and thinking for a second.
He put on the pressure HARD everything i asked he would counter with agression and threats of detaining me right now for not complying with an officer of the law. I felt forced and was fearful of my own safety i have no intentions of being detained for something i didnt do. So finally i agree to go "secure my money in the BiT machine". He tells me the directions to the nearest one and to go there without hanging up the line.
I go there then he tells me he has some very specific instructions once again on what i should do. I need to go in the store and head right to the machine. Then the machine will aso for your number, out it in. Then the machine will send you a verifcation code to your texts. Put that in. Then scan the QR code i have sent you. Then put the cash into the machine and it will go into your safeguard account. And to never get off the line to stay on the line at all times. So i say ok and head in the store. The machine asked for my mobile number so i put it in. then it sent a verifcation code to my number, I open my texts see the verification code and put that in. Then i check my texts see the QR code and put that in. Then the machine says insert the money so i instert the money. All this time i was tricked into think i was putting this money in a safeguard bitcoin account for myself. But in reality i was putting it right into this guys pocket. After it was all done I tell "Daniel mills" the money is in my account. He says ok i can start heading home and the officers will get ahold of me shorty. "Click"
this was the first time in about 4 hours i wasnt on the phone with one of these "officers". I was driving for about 3 minutes thinking wait why havent the officers called me? Every other time it was so fast. Then thats when the realization had kicked in. It felt like a could of smoke over my brain had lifted and I could think clearly again. It had felt like i was brain washed by fear and anxiety into doing this persons bidding. I denied it at first thinking there is no way I talked with a bunch of officers i got their badge numbers and everything ill just wait until i get home and maybe they will call then. Nope, so i call back the number that i had been talking to this whole process and of course no answer. Then I do what I should have done from the very begining, I call the police myself. I knew I had been scammed.
TL;DR Got so full of fear and anxiety I allowed myself to get scammed into giving someone 19700$ through bitcoin.
Always trust your closest family and friends and seek advice from them no matter how bad you think the situation is.
I have the reciept from the account i put my money into and was able to trace that to the account my money got transferd too.
This is the address to the account that my money was transfered too. Looks like there is a good amount of other people who lost there money to this scam also
1Q2j7UQECVREhxmUFcHCgQVbTUxT47Bk9d
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[For Hire] Marketing and SEO

My name is Zack Frederick and I started doing marketing several years ago as i began my first yoga ‘e-business', realising very quickly that the difference between me and the next John Doe wasn’t the product but the presentation. So I set about, by trial and error, learning how I could sell more Yoga mats than John Doe. It wasn’t long before I realised I was very good at the marketing aspect, and I didn’t really like things like warehousing and distribution.
Today I’m most interested in building reports, designing paid campaigns and helping with Instagram.
I’ve compiled a few free tips for general marketing and SEO.

Brand awareness

First off. Influencers will not magically make your website successful. You have to be your own influencer. Over my tenor, I have spent thousands on social media analysis, rebranding and learning tricks like sticking state names across American products or even changing the colour of my website depending on the demographics of my audience. Spoilers, guys love red. Here’s an example data set. https://imgur.com/gallery/7OHIx
Last year, I ran a campaign for one of my shoe clients, and we used the pride of state consumers to grow his shoe business. I researched the best colours to use for different states and gave him a list, we put the state names across his shoes and marketed directly to them through instagram. It wasn’t long before his conversion metrics were soaring.
Here's an example report from one of my clients - https://prnt.sc/iisqv8

Value

I have worked with a lot of musicians, a big part of them started with low view, audio-only videos. I learnt quickly that for them to achieve success they had to provide value, so i told them to create videos. They did and then ta-da, they had 4500 views when they only had 200 view music videos before. For the next step, I even got them contacts with massive digital celebrities. My proudest connection having been ‘Ninja’ during the height of his fortnite campaign, I organised the marketing behind several viral Fortnite music parodies with now millions of views.

Trend riding

Make use of trends in your business. If something is so mainstream and big, why ignore it? In the past I have made use of the political trends in the American election with trump AND hillary brands on some of my clients products, with the pro trump and pro hillary supporters wanting to sport their political beliefs no matter the cost.
I see a lot of website based businesses underuse social media with broad attempts at Facebook ads and Instagram ads, ill go to digital marketing agencies and see they either have no social following or a huge botted one. It's a terrible idea to buy followers, if you want to cut corners then you should look at buying a smaller business with a bigger social following.
Here’s the impressions from a tweet I made on the first day of creating a company a twitter platform and using trend riding and collaboration to grow it https://prnt.sc/huziu6 4K Impressions on one tweet in 15 minutes - we hit 80k impressions in the first day. I did this from simply mimiking the formula for success from a similiar company account, i don't want to try change the magic formula for success.

Direction

Adapt

You really do have to stay in touch with your business to know what's working and what isn't, companies like Toys R Us refused to do that and stuck with huge stockpiles of star wars toys and then they collapsed. Blockbusters where ahead of the curve for digital movies and then they refused to change, Netflix changed and Netflix won. Amazon learnt to use online selling and left companies like Tescos with financial crisis.
The big boom in marketing that I’ve seen is social media marketing, marketers can create huge social following for companies and use that platform to sell content for extremely low costs in comparison to the tens of thousands it costs to use other platforms such as radio. Social media marketing has become somewhat controversial, but it is important to always stay open minded.

Collaboration** & Viral content

I can not stress the importance of working with other people. Every billionaire i know of has had a mentor, every big company success story had business partners. I've had far more success in clients who have listened to me and done collaborative work with digital celebs, with a dog product business making thousands of sales when they worked with vlogger Zoella and gave her free products.
Viral content is very important because every Youtuber with over 1 million subscribers has started off big and managed to keep it big, nobody grinded and slowly rose up at an equal exponent. Hard work is fine but being consistent and mixing it up, copying the viral content of others is an easy way of bringing in secondary viewership and traffic. Pewdiepie, the biggest youtuber on the planet, started with viral horror content. Ninja, the biggest streamer, grinded for 7 years but only truly struck gold with the virality of Fortnite. So it makes sense to repeat their methods.

Key words

It is an obvious thing to say but it's neglected, key words are very important. I had a crypto business come to me and ask why their site wasnt doing very well, and i looked through it and saw they never mentioned anything beyond bitcoin. Bitcoin is a very expensive key word to market, with costs of the raw word being as high as 38$ per click. I had to bring them down to earth with harsh truths, i rewrote their entire site using SEM tools in mind - with key words and phrases like "Altcoin exchange" and using the names of the top 100 altcoins across the site.

SEO

Search Engine Optimisation is the name given to increasing the value and raw volume of your organic traffic. A successful website always wants as many of the most likely consumer base to encounter their product because that’s the hardest point of digital business. Your websites SEO is determined by crawlers which regularly check up on your website and update their index which is later used by an algorithm to order results when someone ‘googles’ something.
Today I’m going to be talking you through some key points about SEO that I personally audit for businesses.

Domains

Https://Www.Example.Com is an example of something we call a ‘root domain’ which is made up of protocol (https://) subdomain (www.) domain name (example) and top-level domain (.com). These are the basic parts. It’s important that the protocol is the best and safest it can be or else google will punish you. It’s also important your domain name and top-level domain are appropriate and readable. The words used in your subdomain can also affect how customers interpret your website, websites can be named after their market base for easy marketing. In addition, the age and previous registrations of your domain matter. It’s important these factors are appropriately considered in your website. Be minimal with subdomains.

Targeting

Google knows where it’s users are and what they’re using from their browser data, IPs and MACs and then matches them with websites in their areas or appropriate to searches. Ever since the infamous 2016 update ‘Possum’ it is not something you can ignore. Even jobs based websites had to use the meta data ‘Jobs Schema’ (from 2017 onwards) to tell google where your website was focused. Location specific landing pages matter. You have to pay credence to DNS (domain name server) and Glue to keep TTL (time to load) and mobile in mind, especially with more mobile users than ever. CMS (customs) is also part of this discussion: themes and plugins are a factor in Google’s ranking. One way to improve TTL is through CDN’s and we have to consider how we approach them to rank better. Sometimes, you might face penalties and there are ways to know; that’s a little too hard to explain here but PM me for more.

Content

Nobody loves a book more than google. Robots will read all your website, even the stuff humans don’t bother with. Things like duplication will annoy Google who doesn’t like reading things twice. CTA’s (buttons basically) have to go somewhere nice and if they don’t work properly google will punish you. Human biases are important too. The user experience will effect their retention and Google will clock that. There’s also lots of minor things that can stack up: Filenames (help you rank on Images) Thin content (Google sees it as lazy) phrase diversity (spamming key words is noticed) and URL structures too! Make sure your in and outbound links are healthy as well as having keyword mapping where you assign the correct words to the right pages. Make sure your anchor texts (viewable when linking) are descriptive yet succinct. And finally: link velocity, a healthy eco system of link building is important to longevity and renewed SEO.

Technical Stuff.

Consistent anchor elements are important to prevent 404s. Don’t use abbreviations with naming files and folders. Limit use of dates for file folder names. Your site architecture has to be simple and close to the root domain so the click depth isn’t too great! Links to and from your site can’t be dead ends, and use breadcrumbs! Be wary of canonical issues from similar content across multiple URLs. Treat Cookies and Session IDs properly, privacy laws are ever changed and mismatching them can be dangerous. There’s lots more to go into like header status codes, site maps, GSC Crawl Errors but Reddit has a text limit so I’ve deleted some of my post.

PM me if interested in my services or with questions.

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7 legendary and most successful ICOs in cryptocurrency history

Let's find out which companies have succeeded with the initial token offering (ICO), raised as much money as planned, and fulfilled their promises to investors.
Every year, tens of billions of dollars are invested in tokens. The importance of this issue increased after Pavel Durov's TON ICO was actually outlawed by an American court. The uncertain status of cryptocurrency Libra from Mark Zuckerberg also added concern to crypto investors. So was there at least one successful ICO?
Yes, It was, and not just one. Let's arrange these cases in chronological order.

1. Mastercoin — 2013

You could hear about this cryptocurrency under the name “Omni”. This was the first registered ICO (we could call it the grandfather of ICO).
On July 31, 2013, a special fund was created for investment. About 500 people transferred 5,000 BTC into this fund. In 2013, this amount was $ 500 thousand. For the first time in the history of cryptocurrencies, the creators promised anyone who buys a Mastercoin an opportunity to use it as an investment tool. After the launch of the system, the value of coins was supposed to increase, and the holder could sell it freely.
Was this plan implemented? Yes, it was. In less than a year, Mastercoin already ranked seventh in the cryptocurrency market.
The renaming of Mastercoin to Omni took place in 2015. Now it’s not just a coin, but a Bitcoin-based platform, on which the one can trade digital assets, and also create them.

2. Ethereum (ETH) — 2014

One of the prime examples of a successful token placement campaign. In just 12 hours, it raised $2.3 million. And in September 2014 it raised $18.4 million in total.
This is how it all happened. A unique feature of the platform at that time was the smart contract system. A key feature of Ethereum is to provide a basis for other projects to build and develop their technologies.
Information about the total number of available tokens was not disclosed, but 60 million tokens were successfully sold. Global fundraising goals were not limited to anything.
Was the ICO successful and have all the promises been fulfilled? Definitely. To this day, this ICO is considered one of the most successful in history and an example of worthy crowdfunding. Ethereum lives, develops and is second in terms of capitalization after BTC. On its basis, new platforms are being built.

3. EOS Project (EOS) from block.one — 2017

This project raised $185 million for the development and implementation of a new blockchain architecture that automates financial processes and evaluates transaction parameters. It helps to create high-quality business applications.

4. Status (SNT) — 2017

Another example of brilliant success. This blockchain messenger and mobile operating system (built on Etehreum technologies) were developed to work with decentralized mobile applications. Status raised over $100 million on the first day. Promises are fulfilled, applications work and allow to use encrypted messages, smart contracts, payments, chatbots, and operate with any available ICOs. There's also a built-in currency exchange. The system allows you to store your crypto assets in a special Status wallet.

5. Bancor (BNT) — 2017

In 2016-2017 there was a real ICO boom. The Bancor project's shown even faster fundraising than its predecessors. In just 3 hours, $140 million tokens were bought. In total, BNT was sold in the amount of $153 million. Bancor's goal is to increase the liquidity of ERC-20 tokens (Etehereum) and make BNT actually reserve currency. It doesn't require any exchanges and offers its owners an investment basket. Bancor works with smart contracts and allows you to issue your tokens and link any tokens to a plastic card.
However, you can only call it successful with some limitations. It's restricted in the USA, and there are questions about the tokens that rotate on this platform. However, outside of America, people make BNT transactions, which means that it can’t be called a failure (Gram's also banned in the USA yet).

6. Tezos (XTZ) — 2017

For the first 5 days, the Swiss company Tezos raised $137 million through ICO. The total amount of token sale was about $230 million. This placement is rightfully considered one of the most successful in crypto history.
The project offers a flexible alternative system of smart contracts and is opposed to the Ethereum system on which many companies build their networks.

7. Filecoin (FIL) — 2017

In 2014, Protocol Labs launched this system as part of a secure and reliable data storage program based on IPFS protocol (InterPlanetary File System). The regulated ICO of 2017 showed excellent results with the requested $40 million. It was possible to raise $257 million, i.e. almost 6.5 times more.
After the boom in 2016-2017, there were many successful ICOs, but these seven placements were most memorable.

Where you can see all ICOs yourself

There're several useful resources that allow you to get information about the active and upcoming placement of tokens (without investment recommendations) and an archive of past ICOs. These are ICOMARKS and ICODROPS platforms.
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7 legendary and most successful ICOs in cryptocurrency history

Let's find out which companies have succeeded with the initial token offering (ICO), raised as much money as planned, and fulfilled their promises to investors.
Every year, tens of billions of dollars are invested in tokens. The importance of this issue increased after Pavel Durov's TON ICO was actually outlawed by an American court. The uncertain status of cryptocurrency Libra from Mark Zuckerberg also added concern to crypto investors. So was there at least one successful ICO?
Yes, It was, and not just one. Let's arrange these cases in chronological order.

1. Mastercoin — 2013

You could hear about this cryptocurrency under the name “Omni”. This was the first registered ICO (we could call it the grandfather of ICO).
On July 31, 2013, a special fund was created for investment. About 500 people transferred 5,000 BTC into this fund. In 2013, this amount was $ 500 thousand. For the first time in the history of cryptocurrencies, the creators promised anyone who buys a Mastercoin an opportunity to use it as an investment tool. After the launch of the system, the value of coins was supposed to increase, and the holder could sell it freely.
Was this plan implemented? Yes, it was. In less than a year, Mastercoin already ranked seventh in the cryptocurrency market.
The renaming of Mastercoin to Omni took place in 2015. Now it’s not just a coin, but a Bitcoin-based platform, on which the one can trade digital assets, and also create them.

2. Ethereum (ETH) — 2014

One of the prime examples of a successful token placement campaign. In just 12 hours, it raised $2.3 million. And in September 2014 it raised $18.4 million in total.
This is how it all happened. A unique feature of the platform at that time was the smart contract system. A key feature of Ethereum is to provide a basis for other projects to build and develop their technologies.
Information about the total number of available tokens was not disclosed, but 60 million tokens were successfully sold. Global fundraising goals were not limited to anything.
Was the ICO successful and have all the promises been fulfilled? Definitely. To this day, this ICO is considered one of the most successful in history and an example of worthy crowdfunding. Ethereum lives, develops and is second in terms of capitalization after BTC. On its basis, new platforms are being built.

3. EOS Project (EOS) from block.one — 2017

This project raised $185 million for the development and implementation of a new blockchain architecture that automates financial processes and evaluates transaction parameters. It helps to create high-quality business applications.

4. Status (SNT) — 2017

Another example of brilliant success. This blockchain messenger and mobile operating system (built on Etehreum technologies) were developed to work with decentralized mobile applications. Status raised over $100 million on the first day. Promises are fulfilled, applications work and allow to use encrypted messages, smart contracts, payments, chatbots, and operate with any available ICOs. There's also a built-in currency exchange. The system allows you to store your crypto assets in a special Status wallet.

5. Bancor (BNT) — 2017

In 2016-2017 there was a real ICO boom. The Bancor project's shown even faster fundraising than its predecessors. In just 3 hours, $140 million tokens were bought. In total, BNT was sold in the amount of $153 million. Bancor's goal is to increase the liquidity of ERC-20 tokens (Etehereum) and make BNT actually reserve currency. It doesn't require any exchanges and offers its owners an investment basket. Bancor works with smart contracts and allows you to issue your tokens and link any tokens to a plastic card.
However, you can only call it successful with some limitations. It's restricted in the USA, and there are questions about the tokens that rotate on this platform. However, outside of America, people make BNT transactions, which means that it can’t be called a failure (Gram's also banned in the USA yet).

6. Tezos (XTZ) — 2017

For the first 5 days, the Swiss company Tezos raised $137 million through ICO. The total amount of token sale was about $230 million. This placement is rightfully considered one of the most successful in crypto history.
The project offers a flexible alternative system of smart contracts and is opposed to the Ethereum system on which many companies build their networks.

7. Filecoin (FIL) — 2017

In 2014, Protocol Labs launched this system as part of a secure and reliable data storage program based on IPFS protocol (InterPlanetary File System). The regulated ICO of 2017 showed excellent results with the requested $40 million. It was possible to raise $257 million, i.e. almost 6.5 times more.
After the boom in 2016-2017, there were many successful ICOs, but these seven placements were most memorable.

Where you can see all ICOs yourself

There're several useful resources that allow you to get information about the active and upcoming placement of tokens (without investment recommendations) and an archive of past ICOs. These are ICOMARKS and ICODROPS platforms.
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7 legendary and most successful ICOs in cryptocurrency history

Let's find out which companies have succeeded with the initial token offering (ICO), raised as much money as planned, and fulfilled their promises to investors.
Every year, tens of billions of dollars are invested in tokens. The importance of this issue increased after Pavel Durov's TON ICO was actually outlawed by an American court. The uncertain status of cryptocurrency Libra from Mark Zuckerberg also added concern to crypto investors. So was there at least one successful ICO?
Yes, It was, and not just one. Let's arrange these cases in chronological order.

1. Mastercoin — 2013

You could hear about this cryptocurrency under the name “Omni”. This was the first registered ICO (we could call it the grandfather of ICO).
On July 31, 2013, a special fund was created for investment. About 500 people transferred 5,000 BTC into this fund. In 2013, this amount was $ 500 thousand. For the first time in the history of cryptocurrencies, the creators promised anyone who buys a Mastercoin an opportunity to use it as an investment tool. After the launch of the system, the value of coins was supposed to increase, and the holder could sell it freely.
Was this plan implemented? Yes, it was. In less than a year, Mastercoin already ranked seventh in the cryptocurrency market.
The renaming of Mastercoin to Omni took place in 2015. Now it’s not just a coin, but a Bitcoin-based platform, on which the one can trade digital assets, and also create them.

2. Ethereum (ETH) — 2014

One of the prime examples of a successful token placement campaign. In just 12 hours, it raised $2.3 million. And in September 2014 it raised $18.4 million in total.
This is how it all happened. A unique feature of the platform at that time was the smart contract system. A key feature of Ethereum is to provide a basis for other projects to build and develop their technologies.
Information about the total number of available tokens was not disclosed, but 60 million tokens were successfully sold. Global fundraising goals were not limited to anything.
Was the ICO successful and have all the promises been fulfilled? Definitely. To this day, this ICO is considered one of the most successful in history and an example of worthy crowdfunding. Ethereum lives, develops and is second in terms of capitalization after BTC. On its basis, new platforms are being built.

3. EOS Project (EOS) from block.one — 2017

This project raised $185 million for the development and implementation of a new blockchain architecture that automates financial processes and evaluates transaction parameters. It helps to create high-quality business applications.

4. Status (SNT) — 2017

Another example of brilliant success. This blockchain messenger and mobile operating system (built on Etehreum technologies) were developed to work with decentralized mobile applications. Status raised over $100 million on the first day. Promises are fulfilled, applications work and allow to use encrypted messages, smart contracts, payments, chatbots, and operate with any available ICOs. There's also a built-in currency exchange. The system allows you to store your crypto assets in a special Status wallet.

5. Bancor (BNT) — 2017

In 2016-2017 there was a real ICO boom. The Bancor project's shown even faster fundraising than its predecessors. In just 3 hours, $140 million tokens were bought. In total, BNT was sold in the amount of $153 million. Bancor's goal is to increase the liquidity of ERC-20 tokens (Etehereum) and make BNT actually reserve currency. It doesn't require any exchanges and offers its owners an investment basket. Bancor works with smart contracts and allows you to issue your tokens and link any tokens to a plastic card.
However, you can only call it successful with some limitations. It's restricted in the USA, and there are questions about the tokens that rotate on this platform. However, outside of America, people make BNT transactions, which means that it can’t be called a failure (Gram's also banned in the USA yet).

6. Tezos (XTZ) — 2017

For the first 5 days, the Swiss company Tezos raised $137 million through ICO. The total amount of token sale was about $230 million. This placement is rightfully considered one of the most successful in crypto history.
The project offers a flexible alternative system of smart contracts and is opposed to the Ethereum system on which many companies build their networks.

7. Filecoin (FIL) — 2017

In 2014, Protocol Labs launched this system as part of a secure and reliable data storage program based on IPFS protocol (InterPlanetary File System). The regulated ICO of 2017 showed excellent results with the requested $40 million. It was possible to raise $257 million, i.e. almost 6.5 times more.
After the boom in 2016-2017, there were many successful ICOs, but these seven placements were most memorable.

Where you can see all ICOs yourself

There're several useful resources that allow you to get information about the active and upcoming placement of tokens (without investment recommendations) and an archive of past ICOs. These are ICOMARKS and ICODROPS platforms.
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7 legendary and most successful ICOs in cryptocurrency history

Let's find out which companies have succeeded with the initial token offering (ICO), raised as much money as planned, and fulfilled their promises to investors.
Every year, tens of billions of dollars are invested in tokens. The importance of this issue increased after Pavel Durov's TON ICO was actually outlawed by an American court. The uncertain status of cryptocurrency Libra from Mark Zuckerberg also added concern to crypto investors. So was there at least one successful ICO?
Yes, It was, and not just one. Let's arrange these cases in chronological order.

1. Mastercoin — 2013

You could hear about this cryptocurrency under the name “Omni”. This was the first registered ICO (we could call it the grandfather of ICO).
On July 31, 2013, a special fund was created for investment. About 500 people transferred 5,000 BTC into this fund. In 2013, this amount was $ 500 thousand. For the first time in the history of cryptocurrencies, the creators promised anyone who buys a Mastercoin an opportunity to use it as an investment tool. After the launch of the system, the value of coins was supposed to increase, and the holder could sell it freely.
Was this plan implemented? Yes, it was. In less than a year, Mastercoin already ranked seventh in the cryptocurrency market.
The renaming of Mastercoin to Omni took place in 2015. Now it’s not just a coin, but a Bitcoin-based platform, on which the one can trade digital assets, and also create them.

2. Ethereum (ETH) — 2014

One of the prime examples of a successful token placement campaign. In just 12 hours, it raised $2.3 million. And in September 2014 it raised $18.4 million in total.
This is how it all happened. A unique feature of the platform at that time was the smart contract system. A key feature of Ethereum is to provide a basis for other projects to build and develop their technologies.
Information about the total number of available tokens was not disclosed, but 60 million tokens were successfully sold. Global fundraising goals were not limited to anything.
Was the ICO successful and have all the promises been fulfilled? Definitely. To this day, this ICO is considered one of the most successful in history and an example of worthy crowdfunding. Ethereum lives, develops and is second in terms of capitalization after BTC. On its basis, new platforms are being built.

3. EOS Project (EOS) from block.one — 2017

This project raised $185 million for the development and implementation of a new blockchain architecture that automates financial processes and evaluates transaction parameters. It helps to create high-quality business applications.

4. Status (SNT) — 2017

Another example of brilliant success. This blockchain messenger and mobile operating system (built on Etehreum technologies) were developed to work with decentralized mobile applications. Status raised over $100 million on the first day. Promises are fulfilled, applications work and allow to use encrypted messages, smart contracts, payments, chatbots, and operate with any available ICOs. There's also a built-in currency exchange. The system allows you to store your crypto assets in a special Status wallet.

5. Bancor (BNT) — 2017

In 2016-2017 there was a real ICO boom. The Bancor project's shown even faster fundraising than its predecessors. In just 3 hours, $140 million tokens were bought. In total, BNT was sold in the amount of $153 million. Bancor's goal is to increase the liquidity of ERC-20 tokens (Etehereum) and make BNT actually reserve currency. It doesn't require any exchanges and offers its owners an investment basket. Bancor works with smart contracts and allows you to issue your tokens and link any tokens to a plastic card.
However, you can only call it successful with some limitations. It's restricted in the USA, and there are questions about the tokens that rotate on this platform. However, outside of America, people make BNT transactions, which means that it can’t be called a failure (Gram's also banned in the USA yet).

6. Tezos (XTZ) — 2017

For the first 5 days, the Swiss company Tezos raised $137 million through ICO. The total amount of token sale was about $230 million. This placement is rightfully considered one of the most successful in crypto history.
The project offers a flexible alternative system of smart contracts and is opposed to the Ethereum system on which many companies build their networks.

7. Filecoin (FIL) — 2017

In 2014, Protocol Labs launched this system as part of a secure and reliable data storage program based on IPFS protocol (InterPlanetary File System). The regulated ICO of 2017 showed excellent results with the requested $40 million. It was possible to raise $257 million, i.e. almost 6.5 times more.
After the boom in 2016-2017, there were many successful ICOs, but these seven placements were most memorable.

Where you can see all ICOs yourself

There're several useful resources that allow you to get information about the active and upcoming placement of tokens (without investment recommendations) and an archive of past ICOs. These are ICOMARKS and ICODROPS platforms.
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7 legendary and most successful ICOs in cryptocurrency history

Let's find out which companies have succeeded with the initial token offering (ICO), raised as much money as planned, and fulfilled their promises to investors.
Every year, tens of billions of dollars are invested in tokens. The importance of this issue increased after Pavel Durov's TON ICO was actually outlawed by an American court. The uncertain status of cryptocurrency Libra from Mark Zuckerberg also added concern to crypto investors. So was there at least one successful ICO?
Yes, It was, and not just one. Let's arrange these cases in chronological order.

1. Mastercoin — 2013

You could hear about this cryptocurrency under the name “Omni”. This was the first registered ICO (we could call it the grandfather of ICO).
On July 31, 2013, a special fund was created for investment. About 500 people transferred 5,000 BTC into this fund. In 2013, this amount was $ 500 thousand. For the first time in the history of cryptocurrencies, the creators promised anyone who buys a Mastercoin an opportunity to use it as an investment tool. After the launch of the system, the value of coins was supposed to increase, and the holder could sell it freely.
Was this plan implemented? Yes, it was. In less than a year, Mastercoin already ranked seventh in the cryptocurrency market.
The renaming of Mastercoin to Omni took place in 2015. Now it’s not just a coin, but a Bitcoin-based platform, on which the one can trade digital assets, and also create them.

2. Ethereum (ETH) — 2014

One of the prime examples of a successful token placement campaign. In just 12 hours, it raised $2.3 million. And in September 2014 it raised $18.4 million in total.
This is how it all happened. A unique feature of the platform at that time was the smart contract system. A key feature of Ethereum is to provide a basis for other projects to build and develop their technologies.
Information about the total number of available tokens was not disclosed, but 60 million tokens were successfully sold. Global fundraising goals were not limited to anything.
Was the ICO successful and have all the promises been fulfilled? Definitely. To this day, this ICO is considered one of the most successful in history and an example of worthy crowdfunding. Ethereum lives, develops and is second in terms of capitalization after BTC. On its basis, new platforms are being built.

3. EOS Project (EOS) from block.one — 2017

This project raised $185 million for the development and implementation of a new blockchain architecture that automates financial processes and evaluates transaction parameters. It helps to create high-quality business applications.

4. Status (SNT) — 2017

Another example of brilliant success. This blockchain messenger and mobile operating system (built on Etehreum technologies) were developed to work with decentralized mobile applications. Status raised over $100 million on the first day. Promises are fulfilled, applications work and allow to use encrypted messages, smart contracts, payments, chatbots, and operate with any available ICOs. There's also a built-in currency exchange. The system allows you to store your crypto assets in a special Status wallet.

5. Bancor (BNT) — 2017

In 2016-2017 there was a real ICO boom. The Bancor project's shown even faster fundraising than its predecessors. In just 3 hours, $140 million tokens were bought. In total, BNT was sold in the amount of $153 million. Bancor's goal is to increase the liquidity of ERC-20 tokens (Etehereum) and make BNT actually reserve currency. It doesn't require any exchanges and offers its owners an investment basket. Bancor works with smart contracts and allows you to issue your tokens and link any tokens to a plastic card.
However, you can only call it successful with some limitations. It's restricted in the USA, and there are questions about the tokens that rotate on this platform. However, outside of America, people make BNT transactions, which means that it can’t be called a failure (Gram's also banned in the USA yet).

6. Tezos (XTZ) — 2017

For the first 5 days, the Swiss company Tezos raised $137 million through ICO. The total amount of token sale was about $230 million. This placement is rightfully considered one of the most successful in crypto history.
The project offers a flexible alternative system of smart contracts and is opposed to the Ethereum system on which many companies build their networks.

7. Filecoin (FIL) — 2017

In 2014, Protocol Labs launched this system as part of a secure and reliable data storage program based on IPFS protocol (InterPlanetary File System). The regulated ICO of 2017 showed excellent results with the requested $40 million. It was possible to raise $257 million, i.e. almost 6.5 times more.
After the boom in 2016-2017, there were many successful ICOs, but these seven placements were most memorable.

Where you can see all ICOs yourself

There're several useful resources that allow you to get information about the active and upcoming placement of tokens (without investment recommendations) and an archive of past ICOs. These are ICOMARKS and ICODROPS platforms.
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7 legendary and most successful ICOs in cryptocurrency history

Let's find out which companies have succeeded with the initial token offering (ICO), raised as much money as planned, and fulfilled their promises to investors.
Every year, tens of billions of dollars are invested in tokens. The importance of this issue increased after Pavel Durov's TON ICO was actually outlawed by an American court. The uncertain status of cryptocurrency Libra from Mark Zuckerberg also added concern to crypto investors. So was there at least one successful ICO?
Yes, It was, and not just one. Let's arrange these cases in chronological order.

1. Mastercoin — 2013

You could hear about this cryptocurrency under the name “Omni”. This was the first registered ICO (we could call it the grandfather of ICO).
On July 31, 2013, a special fund was created for investment. About 500 people transferred 5,000 BTC into this fund. In 2013, this amount was $ 500 thousand. For the first time in the history of cryptocurrencies, the creators promised anyone who buys a Mastercoin an opportunity to use it as an investment tool. After the launch of the system, the value of coins was supposed to increase, and the holder could sell it freely.
Was this plan implemented? Yes, it was. In less than a year, Mastercoin already ranked seventh in the cryptocurrency market.
The renaming of Mastercoin to Omni took place in 2015. Now it’s not just a coin, but a Bitcoin-based platform, on which the one can trade digital assets, and also create them.

2. Ethereum (ETH) — 2014

One of the prime examples of a successful token placement campaign. In just 12 hours, it raised $2.3 million. And in September 2014 it raised $18.4 million in total.
This is how it all happened. A unique feature of the platform at that time was the smart contract system. A key feature of Ethereum is to provide a basis for other projects to build and develop their technologies.
Information about the total number of available tokens was not disclosed, but 60 million tokens were successfully sold. Global fundraising goals were not limited to anything.
Was the ICO successful and have all the promises been fulfilled? Definitely. To this day, this ICO is considered one of the most successful in history and an example of worthy crowdfunding. Ethereum lives, develops and is second in terms of capitalization after BTC. On its basis, new platforms are being built.

3. EOS Project (EOS) from block.one — 2017

This project raised $185 million for the development and implementation of a new blockchain architecture that automates financial processes and evaluates transaction parameters. It helps to create high-quality business applications.

4. Status (SNT) — 2017

Another example of brilliant success. This blockchain messenger and mobile operating system (built on Etehreum technologies) were developed to work with decentralized mobile applications. Status raised over $100 million on the first day. Promises are fulfilled, applications work and allow to use encrypted messages, smart contracts, payments, chatbots, and operate with any available ICOs. There's also a built-in currency exchange. The system allows you to store your crypto assets in a special Status wallet.

5. Bancor (BNT) — 2017

In 2016-2017 there was a real ICO boom. The Bancor project's shown even faster fundraising than its predecessors. In just 3 hours, $140 million tokens were bought. In total, BNT was sold in the amount of $153 million. Bancor's goal is to increase the liquidity of ERC-20 tokens (Etehereum) and make BNT actually reserve currency. It doesn't require any exchanges and offers its owners an investment basket. Bancor works with smart contracts and allows you to issue your tokens and link any tokens to a plastic card.
However, you can only call it successful with some limitations. It's restricted in the USA, and there are questions about the tokens that rotate on this platform. However, outside of America, people make BNT transactions, which means that it can’t be called a failure (Gram's also banned in the USA yet).

6. Tezos (XTZ) — 2017

For the first 5 days, the Swiss company Tezos raised $137 million through ICO. The total amount of token sale was about $230 million. This placement is rightfully considered one of the most successful in crypto history.
The project offers a flexible alternative system of smart contracts and is opposed to the Ethereum system on which many companies build their networks.

7. Filecoin (FIL) — 2017

In 2014, Protocol Labs launched this system as part of a secure and reliable data storage program based on IPFS protocol (InterPlanetary File System). The regulated ICO of 2017 showed excellent results with the requested $40 million. It was possible to raise $257 million, i.e. almost 6.5 times more.
After the boom in 2016-2017, there were many successful ICOs, but these seven placements were most memorable.

Where you can see all ICOs yourself

There're several useful resources that allow you to get information about the active and upcoming placement of tokens (without investment recommendations) and an archive of past ICOs. These are ICOMARKS and ICODROPS platforms.
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I wish all of these 1000 universes would combine into one

The one thousand universes are:
Real Life, Super Mario, The Legend of Zelda, Pokemon, Sonic the Hedgehog, Crash Bandicoot, Halo, Call of Duty, Earthbound, Five Nights at Freddy’s, DC, Marvel, Ghostbusters, Pac-Man, Mega Man, Bomberman, The Lego Movie, Scooby-Doo, Super Meat Boy, Memes, Wreck-it Ralph, Skylanders, The A-Team, Knight Rider, The Goonies, Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter, Blend S, Vocaloid, UTAU, Spyro the Dragon, The Simpsons, Futurama, Harry Potter, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, The Lord of the Rings, Mission, Impossible, Gremlins, Gnomeo and Juliet, Powerpuff Girls, Powerpuff Girls Z, Beetlejuice, My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic, My Little Pony Equestria Girls, Black Rock Shooter, Lego Dimensions, Portal, Plants Vs Zombies, Machinarium, Rock 'em Sock 'em Robots, Baldi’s Basics, Puzzle Puppers, Crane Game Toreba, Snipperclips, Puyo Puyo, Kirby, Lego City Undercover, Ninjago, Legends of Chima, Nexo Knights, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Poptropica, Resident Evil, Peanuts, Robot Chicken, Scribblenauts, Splatoon, ARMS, Bee Movie, Shrek, Octopath Traveler, Bubsy, Drawn To Life, Drawn Together, Toy Story, A Bug’s Life, Finding Nemo, Wall-E, The Good Dinosaur, Inside Out, Captain Underpants, Timmy Failure, Spongebob Squarepants, The Loud House, The Fairly OddParents, Invader Zim, Cow & Chicken, Samurai Jack, Adventure Time, Regular Show, Steven Universe, Clarence, Uncle Grandpa, Plague Inc., Sailor Moon, Ghost Trick, Ace Attorney, Professor Layton, Looney Tunes, Yu Gi Oh, Beyblade, Yo-Kai Watch, Cars, Team Fortress, Half Life, The Sims, Cory In The House, Annoying Orange, My Hero Academia, Mr. Peabody and Sherman, E.T. The Extra Terrestrial, Back to the Future, Rick & Morty, Family Guy, Doki Doki Literature Club, Angry Birds, Fruit Ninja, Jetpack Joyride, Out There, Akinator, Dragon Ball, Super Smash Bros, Star Wars, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Lonely Wolf Treat, Syrup and the Ultimate Sweet, First Kiss as a Spooky Soiree, Contract Demon, Romance Detective, Tunnel Vision, KAIMA, Her Tears Were My Light, Mermaid Splash Passion Festival, The Twilight Zone, Disaster Log C, Yandere Simulator, Yanderella, Mikoto Nikki, Mix Ore, The Dark Side of Red Riding Hood, Makoto Mobius, You Me And Empty Words, Shihori Escape, Tsukimi Planet, Full Boko Youchien, Love Live, Menherafflesia, Roco Kingdom, Seer, Mole’s World, Hawaiian Slammers, Planes, Frozen, Tangled, One Piece, Fairy Tail, Naruto, Shin Megami Tensei, Persona, Digimon, No Matter How I Look At It It’s You Guy’s Fault I’m Not Popular!, I Can’t Believe My Little Sister is This Cute, THE [email protected], High School DxD, Hihi Puffy Ami Yumi Show, Momoe Link, Minecraft, Locked Heart, Confess my Love, Transparent Black, Nintendo Badge Arcade, Swapnote, World of Goo, Rayman, Little Inferno, Amazing Alex, Banjo - Kazooie, Yooka-Laylee, Sly Cooper, RWBY, Despicable Me, Nomad of Nowhere, Bravest Warriors, Xenoblade Chronicles, Punch Out!!, Contra, Silent Hill, Tokimeki Memorial, Spelunker, Spelunky, Zork, Bit Trip, VVVVVV, Runman Race Around the World, N, Princess Tomato in the Salad Kingdom, Hitman, Tomb Raider, Metal Gear, Fire Emblem, Animal Crossing, Metroid, Gradius, Zone of the Enders, I Wanna Be The Guy, Jumper, Braid, Alien Hominid, Castle Crashers, Charlie Murder, The Emoji Movie, Castlevania, Animator vs Animation, Brave, Hello Neighbor, The Storey Treehouse, Wacky Game Jokez 4 Kidz, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Bayonetta, Mii, Wario, Donkey Kong, Yoshi, Unikitty!, Sword Art Online, Squid Girl, Slenderman, The Flintsones, The Berenstain Bears, The Jetsons, Okami, Sushi Striker Way of the Sushido, Shovel Knight, Kid Icarus, Jurassic Park, Tom Gates, Art Academy, Fortnite, PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS, Fallout, The Land Before Time, Doctor Who, The Lego Batman Movie, Himegoto, Marchen Madchen, Bojack Horseman, Total Drama, Toradora, One Punch Man, Attack on Titan, Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf, Fullmetal Alchemist, The Wizard of Oz, Super Smosh, Alfred and Poe, Dev Guy, Valentine Panic, Seduce Me The Otome, Trick and Treat, Haruka Winter Dreams, Scratch, 9, The Problem Solverz, Animal Inspector, Liar Liar, Love or Die, MisSHAPEn Love, Pervert&Yandere, Paper Roses, BookSLEEPer, Heartbaked, Lads in Distress, Teletubbies, Thomas & Friends, The Walking Dead, The Big Bang Theory, 13 Reasons Why, F.R.I.E.N.D.S, Gumby, Gravity Falls, Welcome to the Wayne, Tom and Jerry, Baka to Test, Golden Time, Searching, Taken, Charming, Ballerina, Home Improvement, The Sandlot, Flappy Bird, Swing Copters, Turbo, Pocket Protectors, BoxBoy!, The Barefoot Bandits, Letter Quest, Overcooked, Hydlide, Oh Sir!, Taco Man 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Blob, Ace Combat, Master Higgins, Adventures of Lolo, Aero the Acro-bat, Ape Escape, Asteroids, Battletoads, Spooky’s House of Jumpscares, The Call of Cthulhu, Chibi-Robo, Frankenstein, Dracula, Boku no Pico, Burger Time, Citrus, Putt-Putt, Pajama Sam, Prison Tycoon, RollerCoaster Tycoon, Restaurant Empire, Frogger, Freddi Fish, Fatty Bear, Spy Fox, Gal Gun, Game & Watch, Guitar Hero, Rock Band, The Man With The Invisible Trousers, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Passpartout, Just Dance, Sega Hard Girls, Kinectimals, Left 4 Dead, Life is Strange, LittleBigPlanet, LovePlus, Nights, Naughty Bear, Ted, Houdini (2014 Movie), Q*bert, Pixels, Touhou Project, Toejam and Earl, The Oregon Trail, The Organ Trail, Yakuza, Mall Tycoon, Zoo Tycoon, Yukon Trail, Detention, The Nutshack, LazyTown, Purgatory, Desolate Village, The Desolate Hope, The Pilgrim’s Progress, Captain Bible, Bad Milk, Journey to the West, Death Squared, Watch_Dogs, Sleeping Dogs, Paletta, Wrecking Crew, Sara is Missing, 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