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  • Forget Bitcoin - now it's Kodakcoin

    Yup, Kodak is getting in on cryptocurrency - for photographers anyway:

    https://tinyurl.com/yb6w4uos

    or KODAKOne the "revolutionary" new image rights management and protection platform secured in the blockchain that seamlessly registers, manages and monetizes creative assets for the photographic community.at

    https://kodakcoin.com/

    And apparently Kodak’s share price more than doubled after the announcement.
    Last edited by gordo; 01-10-2018, 09:59 AM.

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    The stock trading robots love seeing the word "cryptocurrency" in a company press release. Easy way to get a bump in your stock price I guess.

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    • #3
      It would have been nice if the stock price had doubled because of something related to printing.

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      • #4
        Great news, the stock doubled! Maybe now they can afford a website programmer, that site is terrible! Between the bad grammar and the dozens of format failures... arrggghhhh

        https://kodakcoin.com/

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Bob K View Post
          Great news, the stock doubled! Maybe now they can afford a website programmer, that site is terrible! Between the bad grammar and the dozens of format failures... arrggghhhh

          https://kodakcoin.com/
          Kodak is all about consistency so they made it like their main website.
          Last edited by gordo; 01-11-2018, 04:30 PM.

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          • #6
            Uuuugh! Just felt a disturbance in the force. Companies making their own money, can you imagine apart from Kodakcoin perhaps the Agfabit? Or I-tunes where you can only pay with the Appletaler at an unfortunate € to AT exchange rate but with a great discount for the Renminbi? Petrol station chains where you have to use their currency. A world where goods are not freely traded between buyer and seller with costs not set by market forces but dictated by boardroom policies.
            No wonder Wallstreet fainted with a massive boner at the thought.

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