Vectorium Plus has already reached the softcap, which means that the project will continue its development. I assume that it is safe now to get myself some VCPT as I really grew fond of this project. The overall concept of Islands might seem overly ambitious, but so was the trip to the Moon. I am not comparing the two, just saying that the task of building a network of islands for waste-to-coin mining is feasible. My advice, keep an eye on this project as VCPT might make a splash on the crypto market once the coin gets listed on an exchange.
g0rge0u$ September 8, 2019 Reply
Apparently, Vectorium is doing well in terms of fund gathering, as they have already managed to reach the softcap of $1.5 with more than two months left before the ICO ends. So, the project has strong chances of hitting the hardcap of $7.5, which would be quite a success and also proof that the mining community strives to become more eco-conscious.
Intheclouds August 26, 2019 Reply
There are shitcoins, and now we’ll have the garbage coins. I’m just kidding, Vectorium Plus offers an immensely promising concept which, if realized properly, would be of benefit for both the environment and crypto mining. I don’t agree that they will face bureaucratic pressure, because the problem of unrecycled waste is an eyesore for most governments, especially the ones in the developing countries. It looks feasible to me, so I will keep an eye on Vectorium Plus.
Joe July 11, 2019 Reply
Vectorium is a utopian project that has a very good and noble idea at its core, which is almost impossible to implement into practice. The reason for that being not the Vectorium’s inability to properly organize the processing of waste to energy with the subsequent crypto mining. That would have been easy, and I am sure that they’ll raise more than enough funds. But let me assure you, that Vectorium will face a ferocious bureaucratic opposition every little step of the way. From land renting/purchasing to compliance with regulations concerning crypto mining, the authorities won’t give them a breathing space. Eventually, Vectorium will fold, which would be a pity.
David June 23, 2019 Reply
I am in full support of any initiative that offers the possibility of saving our environment. Vectorium has a solid overall concept, and the tech background of both their coins is good. Vectorium Flash presents an interesting option for miners who aren’t ignorant of the issues that concern the environment. But while it all looks good on paper, I am a bit concerned about the practical aspects of realization of Vectorium Islands. The whitepaper didn’t specify how they are going to approach such aspects as logistics and regulatory norm regarding waste processing. This information needs to be made known to potential investors.
Kelly June 21, 2019 Reply
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