THE OFFICIAL NEWSLETTER OF GAIMIN.IO
VOL. 1, NO. 1 | JANUARY 2019
MONETIZATION FOR GAMERS
GAIMIN THE JOURNEY SO FAR ….
By Martin, Clive, Andrew, Calvin, Rob & Buki
An insight into our adventures navigating through the storms while building a solid foundation for the success of Gaimin.
We at Gaimin.io, have learned to trust in processes. We have taken action in a big way.
Potential investors might do well to sit up and take note now.
2018 WAS AN INTERESTING RIDE.
2019 SHOULD MAKE IT LOOK TAME.
Q1, A SOLID START INTO 2018
THAT LEADS TO SOMETHING BIG IN 2019
Laying plans, slotting in the major events to the calendar and working out how we wanted the business to look.
In February, it was Israel and we got clarity that we had an outline of something that should work. Decisions on the name, a logo, branding, etc. etc. Blockchain advertising agency meetings, the prospect of an ICO launch, the thumbs up
from blockchain advisors, with added buy in, plus confirmation that what we wanted to do was viable from a software perspective.
A great solid start to the year.
We also met with Sedulo accountants and Partner & Founder Paul Cheetham, since we wanted to get expert advice at the earliest juncture.
Then with Brabners Law and Partner Sam Mabon, a long established firm – since we wanted to be fully compliant from the off with all aspects of legislation and incorporation.
Despite the ignorance that surrounds the blockchain, we garnered legal and accountancy advice that what we wanted to do could be properly formed and constituted – as well as managed and reported on.
MANCHESTER, UK, IN MARCH? Chilly, but simultaneously heart-warming:
Esports gaming weekend, 5,000 members, one of 70 similar groups in the UK, and just a mini-wow moment as to how big this market is and how extensive and lively the scene is as a whole.
March gave us the major take out that there is nothing new under the sun. Business is business, after all.
We attended the Berlin Expo, where we could do live market research. There was the whole gamut of blockchain and tech’ start-ups.
Some were never going to get oﬀ the ground. Some were well, let’s just say, imaginative. Given the amounts of investment that some of the more far-fetched propositions were attracting we were beginning to feel like winners.
Legalities and Regulatory matters were broached with an extremely valuable member of the team, Simon Quirke being introduced to us.
“We loved it when the plan showed signs of coming together and our ﬁrst investors were onboarded…”