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Is Markethive potential going to eclipse even the greatest expectations?

Is Markethive potential going to eclipse even the greatest expectations?

Consider this

Marketo, Inc. is a software company focused on account-based marketing, including email, mobile, social, digital ads, web management, and analytics.

Marketo is an Inbound Marketing platform similar to ours, but lacking social network integration, lacking commerce portals and built upon a central database system not decentralized as a our blockchain does,  just sold to Adobe for 4.75 Billion dollars.

FOUR BILLION and SEVEN  HUNDRED and FIFTY MILLION DOLLARS ($4.75 BILLION)  let that sink in.

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/09/20/adobe-confirms-its-buying-marketo-for-4point75-billion.html

Marketo is a high-end system in that they charge upwards of $25,000 per month per subscriber depending upon the magnitude of data (read email addresses and contacts) you acquire within the system.

Markethive does not charge for the same thing, it is always free and built to empower you to achieve individual sovereignty. Rather Markethive is built upon the blockchain, has its own economic environment with its own coin and by the nature of what we do, our economic velocity produces valuable revenue. This transformation allows our subscribers to achieve financial autonomy within the system by the very nature of our crypto assets.

The fact that Markethive has growing revenue puts us in the top 5% of all the other Altcoin block chains (many of them in one stage or another in an ICO). The fact our Alexa ranking is under 55,000 ranks us number 6 in CoinMarketcap’s 100 top coin systems like Bitcoin, Ethereum, XRO, EOS, Stellar, Monero, etc. The fact we already have a growing and active community puts us in the top 10%

And we have not even launched our Crowd Funding Campaign (like an ICO) yet. Ours will be a little different called an ILP similar to the BOD we did years ago. But with all of this advantage, it is easily understood, Markethive’s crypto blockchain crowdfunding launch will probably break records:


Like EOS (https://eos.io/) a smart contracts ICO altcoin that raised $4.1 billion for a smart contracts blockchain. They have an Alexa ranking of 65,089 and just launching their first Toolkit online after a year from their initial launch. They do have big names behind them, point is, they are still mostly promise.


Like Telegram (https://telegram.org/)  who raised $1.7 billion for encrypted messaging and blockchain ecosystem which they have launched and have grown to over 900 million in less than a year because they delivered. They have an impressive Alexa ranking of 336. They have virtually killed Skype and came out of nowhere.


Like Dragon (https://drgtoken.io/) a decentralized currency for casinos raised $320 million and to date are partnering with major casinos to develop but have yet to deliver. Alexa ranking of 763,015



I use these examples to illustrate the unbelievable potential that has materialized for
Markethive primarily because of the advent of the blockchain.

Markethive is a Market Network (next generation social network)

https://techcrunch.com/2015/06/27/from-social-to-market-networks/

We are a blockchain next-generation social network now being identified as a Market Network. We own our code. Our blockchain has just recently been completed and we are now developing our wallet. We are yet to launch our ICO (actually we are launching a better alternative called an ILP) but we are doing it right.

Our plan has been to build into our wallet app into an advanced secure communications platform, a chat and messaging but more of a webinar conferencing platform, similar to Zoom but secure and private running on the blockchain.

Then to our total astonishment, the only peer to peer advanced webinar platform, which runs on all systems, Windows, Apple, IOS, Droid and Linux on all browsers in HTML5 fell into our laps we were franklin shocked and amazed. We are buying the company and this acquisition will catapult Markethive beyond all expectations crushing any competition that even comes close to our ecosystem, an ecosystem for the 5 billion entrepreneurs in the world.

We want to open up this acquisition to 10 of you to partner in this deal with us. Want to know more? Come to our webinar rally this weekend. See the calendar here: http://markethive.com

I am building Markethive to be as much yours like the rest of us. This is what the Entrepreneurs upgrade represents. If you have an Alpha or BOD system you will also participate in this member ownership as well. I highly suggest all of you start attending as the gears are beginning to turn faster and faster and you do not want to miss the ride of your life.

Markethive’s potential, considering what I have just shown you will be greater than you can imagine. Do not miss this.

 

Thomas Prendergast
CEO FOUNDER

Douglas Yates
CTO FOUNDER

Martkethive Inc.

Thomas Prendergast

Markethive hosting several Webinars This Weekend

This Saturday I will be hosting several live webinars. Check the calendar for your times and room link access.

 

The New Back Links Control Panel
Organize your accounts like a Password Wallet
Build and Track a huge back link program
Monitor your back links and be notified if a link breaks

Join in the tutorial today at 2 pm (central)

 

The New Entrepreneur Program!
What Changed?
What’s New?
What Happened to Alpha?

Find out today at 5 pm (central)

 

Building Capture Pages for the Entrepreneur
Reviewing the templates available
Setting up the Profile Page Widgets
Customizing your own Domains

Find out today at 7 pm (central)

 

Sunday we have two Markethive Pre Blockchain reports

The New Markethive Economy
@ 10 am (central)

Markethive Launch Updates
@ 5 pm (central)

 

All meetings are accessed via the Markethive Calendar. The Calendar is now available without logging in @ http://markethive.com

For those needing support, perhaps you have trouble getting logged in, lost your account, or want to stay connected via Telegram join our support group here
https://t.me/markethive_support

Stay current with our latest blog posts on our Telegram Channel Here:
https://t.me/markethive

 

I look forward to serving you this weekend

Thomas Prendergast
Founder

Thomas Prendergast

How bitcoin and blockchain will change the world

 
How bitcoin and blockchain will change the world

Digital currencies are the future of money, but bitcoin probably isn't the ultimate winner.

Publish on Markethive:
https://markethive.com/group/marketingdept/blog/how-bitcoin-and-blockchain-will-change-the-world

Bitcoin climbed in value from less than $1,000 at the beginning of 2017 to $14,000 by the end of the year. A coin of Ethereum was worth $8 on Jan. 1, 2017, and $843 one year later. Who would not be intrigued with the idea of owning something that appreciated thirteenfold, or even a hundredfold, in one year? Even the least sophisticated investors are wondering if cryptocurrency is a real thing or just a bubble of speculation. The real revolution is not the currency but the system that supports it.

Digitization and commercialization of trust

In the late 1990s, many were sucked into the dotcom bubble as the internet revolution brought unimaginable valuations to businesses with a technology bent. But the companies themselves were not as valuable as the platform they were all being built on: the internet.

 

Cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and Ethereum are no different; they are the shiny objects capturing everyone's attention. But the real industry changer is blockchain, the technology they are built on. Why? Because just as the internet digitized geography and made the world smaller, blockchain does something unimaginably valuable: it is the digitization of trust. It makes transactions trustworthy and safe. Here are some questions to consider in the emerging world of digital logs:

 

1.         Will digital currencies dominate the future? Digital currencies are absolutely the future of money. However it's unlikely that bitcoin is the ultimate winner. Regardless of the coding oddities that make it an inefficient vehicle (the mining code used makes it a colossal waster of electricity and processing power), the idea is simply too big for one platform to own. According to Erik Townsend of the MacroVoices podcast, the demise of bitcoin will result from the privacy and anonymity it guarantees. Sovereign nations will not allow transactions to occur without ensuring taxes are paid and the flow of funds is monitored.

 

Whether it's in the name of security or for some other reason, you can bet that as cryptocurrencies evolve, so too will government regulation and involvement. China has already started working on a digital renminbi. If the U.S. intends to keep its status as the world's reserve currency, it will need to digitize. By making all non-agency-sponsored currency illegitimate, the world's governments can rapidly marginalize currencies like bitcoin as the domain of bad actors on the fringes of society.

 

 

2.         How does blockchain work? The system that all cryptocurrencies are built on is a distributed ledger protocol (DLP). Think of it as the ultimate digital log. Imagine a digital version of the library book log many of us grew up with. It tracks who borrowed the book and for how long, and ensures its eventual return (or the appropriate fine). Now imagine if that book was digital and the log tracked who could borrow it, amend it and share it, and there was a complete digital footprint of every person's interaction with it. Now imagine that log not being monitored by a library, but instead being regulated and protected by the users. Think what it would mean if this technology was used for every product, transaction and payment throughout the world with secured access for approved participants.

 

3.         What are the implications of mass adoption of DLP technology? If the buyer and seller do not know each other, many transactions currently require an intermediary to reduce counterparty risk and ensure payment and the safe delivery of products and services. Ultimately, blockchain will completely change how the world interacts because it allows for the safe transfer of a product from one person to another if a set of programmed conditions is met. In the log, you can set the rules for who has access, for how long, and ensure safe payment. With blockchain, we aren't just logging the transaction, we are also guiding the transaction and all of the streams of payments along the way. Blockchain instills instant confidence in the transaction.

 

What happens when we really don't need to have a trusted middle man like a bank or an escrow agent to confirm delivery and payment? Or a title company to track the history of property? Over time, transaction costs will decline and many of the world's multifaceted intermediaries will have to evolve to survive.

 

Hurry up and wait

DLP technology today is like the internet in 1992, with immense potential but a messy learning curve. Investing in dotcom stocks in the late 1990s was a frenzy, and many of the pioneers ultimately failed. The real impact of the internet has taken decades to unfold, but the future of commerce and society has been forever changed. DLP technology has the potential to be just as impactful over time.

 

Should people buy bitcoin or other digital currencies today?

Just like the dotcom bubble, backing any one "winner" in the crypto craze is like placing a bet on a specific number in a game of roulette. It's so early and the outcomes are so uncertain that nobody knows who the eventual winners will be. You only win if you pick right and are fortunate enough to leave the table at the right time.

 

Origination: Joe Duran is founder and CEO of United Capital. Follow him @DuranMoney.

Investment News (http://www.investmentnews.com/article/20180125/BLOG16/180129956/how-bitcoin-and-blockchain-will-change-the-world)

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Thomas Prendergast