It is too ambitious for people to accept and was distracting people from our primary goal." The fact that he scaled back the product to be more realistic made me think - contrary to my initial expectations - that he actually is building a product of some kind, rather than raising money on an empty promise.They later issued an update saying, "Pink has slightly pivoted.I must admit that it was difficult to catch him out, and he does seem sincere.The same system of checking IDs will be used to make sure the workers are of age.No longer will Pink perform health checks or require monitored physical verification of providers.For launch, we will not be providing physical security." As with the security design of their TOR site, Anderson had a well-thought out response to my question about Pink's reputation system.
" Page four of Pinkapp's pitch deck explains correctly what blockchain tokens should and should not be used for: it is silly for a retailer to create their own money for their platform; Bitcoin or dollars or Monero or whatever do a fine job at that.Eros.vision had all the features of a Web 3.0 marketplace: it was encrypted and decentralized, with no server to take down, and used peer-to-peer cryptocurrencies to settle transactions. Then, on the morning of Aug 29, I received an interesting email.Unfortunately, several things about the project seemed very fishy. Someone calling himself Brad Anderson (he would later tell me it is not his real name), had read my article and wanted me to cover his own start-up, You can also lock-release Flash by pressing on the "puzzle" icon in the top right corner of your browser.You are currently using the Flash-version of the chat: it's fully featured and optimized.Sexworkers would send the app 20% or so of their fee, and Pink send half of this to investors. I started emailing with him, and investigating the platform.Part of me was impressed that 'Brad Anderson' still wanted me to cover his platform after I wrote what was basically a hit piece on the last one. The picture that emerged was much less visionary than Eros's decentralised anarchy, but has its strong points, though you'd be a fool to invest money in it.I had software architects look over Pink's proposed design, and they said it would make the service run very slowly, and there may be some unthought-of holes in the design, but it does seem to be a way to run a hidden service on TOR with greater anonymity.Anderson was insistent that Pink will be a full-service agency, with brick-and-mortar services in addition to its software platform.If you are unhappy with the way Flash Player is functioning on your computer, please try switching to the HTML-5 site version by pressing on the "rocker".However, please keep in mind that the HTML-5 site version has substantially limited features (non-optimal video quality possibility of delayed streaming).