GUEST: So obviously the crypto currency space is quite a hot space right now and there’s a lot of different applications competing for the decentralised web platforms, so you’ve got Ethereum, Cardano, and then also things like Neo. What would you say, you know you’ve had a good presentation but obviously you guys are endorsing EOS, what would you say really separates you from something like Neo which is clearly state funded by Chinese Government or Cardano which has got a lot of hype, and to say its only technical white paper it’s, you know, the fifth biggest crypto currency in the world you know what’s separating you guys from these major, major competitors?

EOS UK ROGER: Ok, well I think you might have answered the question there yourself when you said it was run by Chinese government, I don’t know but… You know, I mean really you just have to make your own decisions I’m not gonna, you know we’re not doing investment advice tonight, and I’m not saying that you should buy EOS tokens, we’re merely here to just introduce it to you. So, you know, you’ve got to do your own research and make your own decisions because really nobody can make those decisions for you. All I know is that when I started looking in to EOS, you know the community side of it just really appealed to me. Particularly Dan, erm I mean in a way I’ve invested in Dan Larimer rather than in EOS because I’ve seen what he’s done before and I, you know, you get a feel for people when you’re listening to them and I just think he’s a great guy and what he’s doing is all very understated with EOS. I think its one of those things that it’s actually a lot better than it appears, and particularly with the token sale going on at the moment they’re actively not really promoting themselves. So, once that bits out of the way, which is potentially a legal minefield, then I think you’ll find things start to get a bit more interesting with EOS.

EOS UK JIM: I also think one of the things with EOS is that it is the people behind it, Dan, but also the fact that they’re able to generate such interest in the sort of venture capital market and they are really, really, really well funded. And I’m not saying it’s going to be the only Blockchain, you know, there’s always going to be competitors and people want competitors… But you know, I was sort of like saying the other day, you wouldn’t not invest in Microsoft because there’s apple, you know there are two things going on. And EOS, we believe, will be an important part of bringing the Blockchain to general everyday use. If you have a question which has not been answered, then please contact us via our social media links below

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