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Ashwini Anburajan ผู้ประกอบการ กล่าวว่า เรากำลังอยู่ในยุคทองของนวัตกรรม แต่การร่วมลงทุนยังไม่ได้รับการพัฒนาเพื่อให้ตามทัน และสตาร์ทอัพไม่ได้รับเงินทุนที่จำเป็นสำหรับการเติบโต ในการพูดคุยสั้นๆ นี้ เธอได้แบ่งปันเรื่องราวว่าบริษัทของเธอกลายเป็นส่วนหนึ่งของวิธีการใหม่ในการระดมทุนโดยใช้พลังแห่งความร่วมมือและสกุลเงินดิจิทัลได้อย่างไร ดู TED Talks เพิ่มเติม: ช่อง TED Talks นำเสนอการพูดคุยและการแสดงที่ดีที่สุดจากการประชุม TED Conference ที่ซึ่งนักคิดและผู้ปฏิบัติชั้นนำของโลกจะมาบรรยายเกี่ยวกับชีวิตของพวกเขาใน 18 นาที (หรือน้อยกว่านั้น) มองหาการพูดคุยเกี่ยวกับเทคโนโลยี ความบันเทิง และการออกแบบ รวมทั้งวิทยาศาสตร์ ธุรกิจ ประเด็นระดับโลก ศิลปะ และอื่นๆ ติดตาม TED บน Twitter: ชอบ TED บน Facebook: สมัครสมาชิกช่องของเรา: .

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  1. She seems very certain about it "increasing in value as it's traded online". This doesn't appear to be the case for the majority of shitcoins out there.

    End result: a whole heap of gullible "investors" put their actual $ in, startup companies convert to cash, shitcoins decrease and "investors" left holding the bag.

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  4. The purpose of cryptocurrency is to remain anonymous and avoid taxes… cryptocurrency is dominated by drug users and human traffickers. I ethically as a new business would not want to fund my new company this way.

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  5. This is exactly what's wrong with the space. She has gone, raised a bunch of money,and has 0 accountability.

    I agree that the VC landscape needs to evolve but raising money from people and being accountable to no one is not the way to do it.

    I read the white paper for this and passed. There was no clear idea about how investors benefit with the exception of the coin being circulated.

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  6. I don' understand all the blind critics that I read here, have you take your time to go to the 22x fund web site and go through the faq section to understand deeply the kind of operation they've set ? First of all, it's nothing like a standard ICO, the token is not an utility, but is a really security token that complies with the SEC authority legislation, they have infact an hard limit of 100 accredited investors in the USA. This explains also why you can't find the token on the mainstream exchangers, which they deals almost exclusively in utility tokens. I find this first experiment in the use of the blockchain outside the simple virtual money representation very interesting, so good job Ashwini !

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  7. You forgot to mention that crypto is also a big oppurtunity for literally anybody to invest and not only the rich people. Right now if one wants to invest he needs to have large sums of money, in crypto anybody with any amount can invest and make 100x their investment with no middle men involved, or any other burocracy

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  8. As long as regulators will allow startups to sell equity through ICO's (therefore also changing the name of this process to STO – security token offering) then all is fine. But regulators are mostly stifling this new technology. That's the real issue, not scam ICO's. Startups are creating all these useless utility tokens because they're not allowed to sell security tokens.

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  9. Content
    I liked your introduction very much. You told us a story that illustrated the problem. You led us to your question: what is the goal of entrepreneurship.

    I'm not a fan of the graph's format that you used. The best thing about it is that the heading told us what the graph's point was. But it was too long to read and still pay attention to you, and it had more in it than your message. A better title would have been "ICOs Surpass VC Funding In Summer 2017. I also lost time looking at the various levels of the bars for VC funding, and that's not part of your story. And, do the different shades of blue for VC bars mean anything or are they just colored for decoration and distraction? Overall, the graph deflects attention away from you. To improve it, I would remove the numbers on the left axis because the amounts aren't important in your presentation. I'd change the VC from a series of bars to just a line. Then, we're less tempted to analyze what's happened to VC for the past year. Either leave the ICO bars as bars or convert it to a thick line. Personally, I'd like to keep the bars to emphasize that your story is about the ICO story. I would also make the VC line grey and make the ICO bars a brighter blue to bring our attention to those bars. Then, if you really want to emphasize the size of ICO investment in the summer, put labels of $200mm, $600mm, and $300mm at the top of the last three bars.

    You did an exceptional job helping me to relate to you in the presentation. When you introduced us to ICOs, you used the term and then jumped to the story of Tequila Friday. Just as I was starting to feel frustrated that you hadn't defined ICOs, you asked the same question that I had and then answered it.

    I didn't like the second graph showing the potential returns. Again, there was too much there, and you didn't really want us to look at the chart because you didn't pause while we looked at it, and you didn't go through it and explain it. I think it would've been effective to eliminate the legend and have three slides, with one, two, and then all three lines, and build the graph in front of us as you told us that the first line represents typical VC returns, the second line represents VC with lower fees, and that the third line presentens a bundled ICO-offering's returns. The problem with the legend is that the middle line has to much text to distract us, and the third says 22x fund without explaining what 22x is, and you didn't reference that term either. Is 22x just the name of your fund? Is 22x representing 22 times some other return? And what does the x-axis represent? Is this the actual performance of the fund in the ten months since it's been started, or is it some projection of the next ten years?

    I felt that you had an odd ending, and I'm undecided whether I like it or not. It's as if you had two endings. In the first one, you wrapped up by explaining that this creates a virtuous cycle of capital and an access to opportunity. I was motivated and ready for the applause, but you turned that ending into a transition to another ending about other entrepreneurs inventing new ways to access capital. To me, that wasn't the strength of your topic. I thought that the topic's strength is that your bundled ICO has returned stock investment to the conceptual roots of corporations by letting lots of investors pool their resources to fund a company. Your presentation showed that this is possible, and I'm more optimistic about other bundles of companies using your model to find capital than I am that there are many more innovative ways to fund startups. (I'm also curious how or if the SEC exercises its control if the bundle is using cryptocurrency to bypass the traditional stock exchanges.)

    Delivery
    You have a very smooth delivery. The gestures are smooth and appropriate. Your voice is melodious and, to me, expresses excitement and enthusiams more than trying to sell me on something. That was very effective for me.

    You walked around enough to look comfortable but not so much to be distracting. I like that you would go to an area and talk from there and then move to another area and talk from there. Repeat.

    I didn't notice any distracting habits, and you looked very comgortable and natural speaking to us.

    Overall, you had a wonderful speaking style and presented your content in a very interesting way. The only advice I have is to work with a visaualization specialist / slide designer in the future.

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  10. She compared it to stocks, but you don't actually own any of the company or have a say in what they do. You just have to hope they give value to that token somehow, and they usually do not.

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  11. How on earth can TED release a video like this? The vast majority of ICOs are scams and her 22x token is no exception. The price in January was $1 per token and the price right now is … well its basically zero because it can't be traded anywhere. She is scammer for raising money while only giving a worthless token in return.

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  12. So, TED, why is it you have comments disabled on the video My son was a Columbine shooter. This is my story | Sue Klebold????

    Are you afraid that commenters will expose the hoax?

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  13. Nothing new about it, just a repetition of what already exists.
    Her speech sumed up equals:
    "We need money for our startup, we jump on the popular-hype-train of ICO-base financial concept.
    We don't care what it is or what it does, as long as we get rich".

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  14. This seem like what could be a bubble. Last I heard cryptocurrency value is crumbling. Not sure how this also relates to the risk reward point of view of profit.

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  15. While the concept sounds interesting for sure and the prospect of a "more democratic" capital sounds nice. I really would love some further reading or video on this topic. As I am simply not deep enough into this to even get half of the stuff she said. Anyone got some good resources.

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