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Havven - A New Rival for Tether
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Havven, and its Nomins could displace Tether

More information:

https://havven.io/how-it-works

https://icodrops.com/havven/

https://havven.io/uploads/havven_pitch_deck.pdf


Investment Analysis from Picolo Research:
https://picoloresearch.com/upload/attachment/41010.pdf

As a comparison, a fairly similar system to this, the Maker Token and the DAI crypto gave over 100x return on investment in a little over a year for Maker Token holders.
Maker is currently at $1,123 after being at $22 in August.

We still don't know what exactly is going on with Tether. Havven could be an out and out winner if Nomins become the new Tether.
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I think that USD will be the default stablecoin if USDT crashes.
Cardano is the most promising 3 gen. crypto right now.


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(2018-02-18, 12:23 PM)Carsten Wrote: I think that USD will be the default stablecoin if USDT crashes.

Usd is a very stable coin. All coins are. They will will always maintain their value in their own coin. A dollar will always be a dollar.  Big Grin Big Grin  Big Grin . Even if inflation is a billion %. That's why we don't need fiat or fiat based Crypto.
What is this thing that builds our dreams, yet slips away from us?

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The difference here is that Nomins aren't backed by Fiat, they are backed by a cryptocurrency.

This is probably a better system than the MakerDAO, and the Maker coin is worth over $1000 currently.

Havven could easily surpass Maker within a year, and will be sold for $.50 cents each.

As a potential investment, this is an important ICO.
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(2018-02-18, 02:31 PM)Jacob Wrote: The difference here is that Nomins aren't backed by Fiat, they are backed by a cryptocurrency.

This is probably a better system than the MakerDAO, and the Maker coin is worth over $1000 currently.

Havven could easily surpass Maker within a year, and will be sold for $.50 cents each.

As a potential investment, this is an important ICO.

Are you going to invest in that Token Jacob?
Cardano is the most promising 3 gen. crypto right now.


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(2018-02-18, 03:19 PM)Carsten Wrote:
(2018-02-18, 02:31 PM)Jacob Wrote: The difference here is that Nomins aren't backed by Fiat, they are backed by a cryptocurrency.

This is probably a better system than the MakerDAO, and the Maker coin is worth over $1000 currently.

Havven could easily surpass Maker within a year, and will be sold for $.50 cents each.

As a potential investment, this is an important ICO.

Are you going to invest in that Token Jacob?

I am going to put in a small amount close to minimum as I am currently waiting on another ico which I am going big on. 

Nothing really stands out as being especially significant about Havven just yet, but picolo research picked this as a buy and they usually get it right.

If Nomins do indeed become the default stablecoin of choice, Havven could become very valuable, just like Maker. And maker doesn't even keep the price that stable with Dai coin.

This is the first crypto experiment to do some of the things it does. This link explains it better than me. 

https://www.finder.com.au/what-is-the-ha...es-it-work
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(2018-02-18, 12:35 PM)Hugues Wrote:
(2018-02-18, 12:23 PM)Carsten Wrote: I think that USD will be the default stablecoin if USDT crashes.

Usd is a very stable coin. All coins are. They will will always maintain their value in their own coin. A dollar will always be a dollar.  Big Grin Big Grin  Big Grin . Even if inflation is a billion %. That's why we don't need fiat or fiat based Crypto.

Here is a use case:
You want to send exactly $100 to your friend in another country. You have $101 in your account. How do you send him exactly $100 instantly with a budget of $1 for transactions fees.The answer is, you can't.
Unless:
You have a stablecoin which has low transaction fees which can always be exchanged for fiat at any time.

From the havven.io website, here are the 6 main reasons for a stablecoin:

Global remittance
Trading on decentralised exchanges
Everyday purchases
Unit of account for prediction markets
Funding token sales
Secure store of value

Each of those is a powerful reason by itself, but all six together make a very compelling proposition for why we need a working stablecoin.
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Jacob, I read part way through the whitepaper and I am very confused.

Also when is ICO and where id the link?
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(2018-02-19, 03:45 PM)cta102 Wrote: Jacob, I read part way through the whitepaper and I am very confused.

Also when is ICO and where id the link?

CTA, the How it Works page probably explains it best:
https://havven.io/how-it-works
Also: https://havven.io/uploads/havven_pitch_deck.pdf

Here is the link to the Token Sale page:
https://havven.io/token-sale

The whitelist period started Feb 19 and runs to Feb 25.
The public sale part of the ICO starts Feb 28.
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