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Voting NO on anchor and Oracle master grants
[QUOTE="Mitchell Berry, post: 25172, member: 64"]
That's 40 months worth of a marketing budget spent in one grant round that brought in exactly zero customers and absolutely no corporate interest whatsover 6 months later.

If only we as a community could afford such things.
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Yup definitely, hence my post here: [URL]https://factomize.com/forums/threads/voting-no-on-anchor-and-oracle-master-grants.3423/#post-25144[/URL]

Once we have open source anchor code (which we as an ANO committed to doing without any grant funding). I think it still makes sense to recoup the transaction fees to do the anchoring through a grant.

But I don't feel a grant should need to pay anything more than the transaction fees.
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