You obviously have a very limited understanding of the ETN model and the plans for the unbanked being introduced to ETN via the mobile phone parnters…and how that will come to pass.
Your brilliant plan eliminates the incentive for mobile operators to partner up with ETN and market ETN to their existing and future customers as an accepted form of payment towards their phone service plans.
So your plan is to use ICO money for marketing ETN to the mobile phone users in the western World and developed countries with already existing multiple forms of digital payment systems and try to compete directly with all of them?
Really that’s your plan if you were in charge of ETN?
Just so I have this straight…you would choose not to offer incentives to mobile phone operators who have customers in the areas that have the greatest need for a digital payment system?
The areas ETN has identified as the best target market to introduce ETN into the marketplace via mobile phone partners shouldn’t be given a sample that can be used towards the very service that connects them to the digital world?
That’s your plan, to ignore the markets most likely to adapt ETN as a digital payment option?
You do know that a little over 8 billion coins were pre-mined to give these new early adopters a sample and to pay out to mobile phone partners for creating that new ETN customer…right?