Hello Stish

After 4 years and Over $20,000 personally invested Stish has to admit we failed. Many would say, “I told you so!” We tried very hard to develop a crypto related community and for a while we had success but were never able to cover operating costs. So many relationships were built and hopefully will move forward on other platforms. Stish will live on forever and one day maybe we can try to use Stish to change the world in a new way! Best wishes to you all!

UPDATE: Stish.io was saved with a little help from some friends for a few more months. We are in danger of having to close the platform down forever. The only way we can survive is to reduce out size and operating costs. Unless you help by buying Stish crypto and trading Stish on https://Saturn.Network. We are working on building a more sustainable distribution for Stish crypto and looking still at developing our own blockchain network and fully decentralized social network.

We want to stay around so everyone has enough time to at least move their Stish from their wallets or get their wallet address and private key copied down so they can at least have access to their Stish in the future. Stish will have a strong utility in the future as we develop new ways to use the cryptocurrency!

Author: binkley
The Famous Founder of Stish crypto and Stish.io. Eric has worked on many projects over the last few years but none as aggressively as Stish.io. He is one man on a mission to revolutionize social media by integrating crypto currency and allow users to retain the value they bring to the network. Stish crypto is now traded on https://www.saturn.network/

3 thoughts on “Hello Stish

  1. Crypto isn’t a fad… It is here to stay and will explode one day. In a way crypto is much like video games. “By 1983, the video game bubble created during the golden age had burst and several major companies that produced computers and consoles had gone into bankruptcy.[18] Atari reported a $536 million loss in 1983.[19] Some entertainment experts and investors lost confidence in the medium and believed it was a passing fad.” Qoute from Wiki https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1980s_in_video_games

  2. Eric, imagine my surprise when I saw the big pink words Good Bye opening the site today which I admit it has been some time since I have been here.

    Eric first off we didn’t fail and I think everything happens for a reason just as our paths crossed when they did. That happened for a reason and you may not know this but Facebook disabled my account permanently. Of course I started another one. Also rumor has it that Facebook will be having a great purge of accounts on Oct. 1st. This would be a great time for Stish. I didn’t realize you had put that much into Stish and I hate to see you lose that money. You know Superior Coin has become Helix and I think the idea behind Stish is a great one and why I am a founding member. Michael Reighley along with Michael C School and myself have started FreeTerran.com. I asked Michael Reighley to contact you because we don’t have people earning cryptocurrency for almost every thing you do like we have on Stish. Maybe we should reach out to our friends at Saturn. Network and find a viable solution. There has got to be away to not just throw what we have done and invested away. I am going to remain optimistic that there is a way to keep you from losing what you have invested in Stish. Nathan Senn with Helix might be someone to talk to. Michael C School who started Citizens Action Network which we had the main Facebook page stolen from us has started FreeTerran.com and I don’t know how to combine all the ideas and projects but I think it is worth trying to do or doing something. #Stradog

  3. It would be cool to see you create your own blockchain that isn’t merged with another. It seems that some of the blockchains are taking advantage of us like ETH is doing now with their High Gas fees. I know you can do it, and that you won’t fail, especially if you can get away from ETH…

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