More reliable/No fees campaign

The TV commercials for miller lite beer from years ago keeps coming to mind, it has these two guys arguing about why the lite beer is better, "great taste" vs "less filling"


I just looked it up and it was the 8th most effective TV campaign EVER! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miller_Lite


So with counterparty vs mastercoin (which shouldnt be named) we can do a "more reliable" vs. "no fees" campaign. Argue about why counterparty is better. is it because it is more reliable (ideally totally reliable!) or no fees.


Either way of course, XCP wins


James

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So with counterparty vs mastercoin (which shouldnt be named) we can do a “more reliable” vs. “no fees” campaign. Argue about why counterparty is better. is it because it is more reliable (ideally totally reliable!) or no fees.
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Counterparty isn’t fee free is it? The fees though are beneficial to the network and shared by all. Not sent to someone’s pocket.

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[quote author=Jl777 link=topic=32.msg99#msg99 date=1391482186]
So with counterparty vs mastercoin (which shouldnt be named) we can do a “more reliable” vs. “no fees” campaign. Argue about why counterparty is better. is it because it is more reliable (ideally totally reliable!) or no fees.
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Counterparty isn’t fee free is it? The fees though are beneficial to the network and shared by all. Not sent to someone’s pocket.
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5 XCP is destroyed on asset issuance (as a namespace spam prevention measure). Beyond that, since XCP transactions are sent on the bitcoin network, they require the payment of miners’ fees (in BTC, obviously).