Hi @sohonobo . First go to the website masternodes.online. Look at all the masternodes. Pick one that you like. If you click on it then you'lll see the general info such as their discord server. website. The info shows also the exchange where the coins can be bought at. first, download the wallet from the website and install it on your computer. after that you go to the particular exchange, sign up, and send some BTC over there. I would like to recommend crypto bridge: it's a dex (decentralized exchange), so it doesn't hold your private keys and also not your funds. Once you bought the desired coins you can withdraw these to the wallet you installed on your computer. Be careful that you copy paste the wallet address. Double check it, just to be sure. After that, you can go to the discord server and look for a masternode guide or ask for help at one of the devs.
I actually really enjoy the ANN threads here. I think it allows for a more focused and directed communication with the team in a public forum. BCT ANN threads get clogged up really fast. My vote is definitely on keeping them.
I'm personally less about features, but a coin's overall purpose is paramount to my investing. Rapture has a consistent brand and an identifiable target market segment. I think it'll be important to make Rapture essential within the the niche you serve.
@binarysculptor As a marketing guy, I'd ask you who is your target market and what perceived problem does your coin aim to solve. I'd strongly encourage you to build a coin that has a purpose and even better a purpose for masternodes.Here's my Profile:I like masternodes that have a platform or purpose.I don't get too caught up on or focus on high ROII don't sell masternodes or stakes. I buy and install ones that I feel good about and I hold them.