The way I see it, the business model employed by Beyond Seen Screen is flawed at its core. No one is going to pay for services that have long become customary to the social television space. Besides, they want users to pay for using the second screen, not the advertisers, which is utterly ridiculous. We have enough "free ads" popping up all over the place. Besides, the competition in this niche would be unbearably tough for Beyond Seen Screen. I would say with a 70% probability that this project won't succeed.
VVilly September 13, 2019 Reply
Using a second screen is for the purposes described by Beyond Seen Screen is a straight road to failure, as proven by the likes of Viggle Beamly, Zeebox, Mobovivo, and many other projects. All of them tried to implement this idea into practice but to no avail. What makes people at Beyond Seen Screen think that they will succeed where many others stumbled? Arrogance or ignorance, perhaps. Besides, using the second screen doesn't require blockchain at all.
Shaun August 7, 2019 Reply
Unfortunately, this type of projects tend to come and go in large numbers, and the fact that the ICO was announced over a year ago, and it still wasn't held does not seem great. Still, there is still time, and it is possible that the team is simply taking its time, trying to perfect every aspect of the project instead of rushing an ICO half-prepared.
Paul July 29, 2019 Reply
There are other issues, such as the fact that most viewers are unlikely to pay for the service as mentioned in the white paper, and it might be more sensible for advertizers to pay users to engage, and not the other way around.
Andrew July 29, 2019 Reply
The project has been announced quite a while ago, more than one year back. While it is interesting, it is by no means unique, and it has a lot of competition, which is why it will have to stand out in some way.
Alex July 29, 2019 Reply
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