jjPP Friday, 02/28/20 03:04:56 AM Re: okavango post# 231 Post # of 246 Okavango, When you contacted Apple as you said, you Okavango, indicated that Apple investor relations did not know about iETH or know whether Apple was involved. You said they referred you to someone else? Who did they refer you to? I am speculating. That is a part of all investments. Speculators are people who ask questions and seek answers. They formulate possibilities as it pertains to investments. Speculators are a good thing in all efficient markets. Once again, to be clear, I will repeat myself because you do not seem to understand, that I am asking questions in the hope that anyone that has any actionable information on the iethereum token would comment. I am sincerely frustrated by the lack of updates from the developers and websites etc. I have been genuine and sincere from day one and have not desire to promote anything. I am not affiliated in the least with iETH (iethereum token) I am sincerely intrigued that Apple has not made a public, official, written statement, specifically addressing the token and the logo. My theory and opinion, is Apple possibly could be launching the token secretly and would make sense if they wanted the token to be decentralized. It is the best foundation for a token to be as decentralized as possible. I think you would agree that it is curious that Apple does not have any opinions thus far. At least any public opinions regarding the token. That is all. Plain and simple. I would appreciate if you would stick to the facts and not imply that I know more about the token. I do not. I do think the sky is the limit with the token. The branding alone is very valuable. I don't know enough about smart contracts to say but it seems it will be around for many, many years.