The distribution program is officially over (in large part due to unreasonably high bitcoin fees for our use-case) so the tokens that are out there, are the tokens that are out there.
- Real Name: Stan Larimer
Stan Larimer is President and COO of Invictus Innovations, Inc., a supplier of BitShares, Distributed Autonomous Corporations (DAC) and the open source tools to proliferate them. He is a senior program manager and systems/hardware/software engineer with 37 years experience with unmanned systems in the aerospace and internet industries. He has served as an Assistant Vice President for Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) and has worked with and for many of the top companies in the American aerospace industry including Lockheed Martin, Northrup Grumman, General Dynamics, Raytheon, General Electric, Lear Siegler and the Air Force Wright Aeronautical Laboratories. His favorite past assignment was teaching rocket science at the U.S. Air Force Academy.
- Bitcoin Tipping Address (This is not your LTBCOIN address): 1BtmCLWRrdBZbXakBErAgQw5vJvXQ2aXjg
- Posts Authored: 3
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February 22nd, 2014 by Stan LarimerOn the last block found in February 2014, Invictus will take a snapshot of PTS Balances and award them about 1.33 BTS per PTS they hold at that time. These BTS will be made available in March by importing their Bitcoin and PTS wallets into a new BitShares X wallet they can download. Invictus Innovations' Dr. Charles Evans & Daniel Larimer bring us up to date. Read More
2,797 viewsNovember 13th, 2013 by Stan LarimerThe automation of decentralized protocols like Bitcoin and Bitshares is what gives them their objectivity- their perceived "incorruptibility." With that automation and lack of corruptible human elements, however, comes vulnerability to interpretation and regulation. How do you set a foundation for an Autonomous Corporation that can keep flying high on autopilot? Read More
16,211 viewsSeptember 14th, 2013 by Stan LarimerInvictus Innovations' president Stan Larimer wants to open your mind to new business; not what we can do in the markets of the future, but what those markets can do WITHOUT us. Distributed Autonomous Corporations may very well be the future of trustworthy business. For a robotic market to serve our human needs, however, the rise of DAC will need a proper foundation. Read More