As you can see, we are not debating if we will (re-)open bitcointalk thread. We want to be there.
We have to choose the right time to do it and to do it right.
We already use our communications set-up to let the crypto community we are here and alive. Reaching bitcoin community is another feat.
I do like this debate ! It allows to think better on the strategy to use.
So folks, continue to give your opinion as we built on that when debating within the team, it is appreciated.
If I can jump again on the subject, here is my point of view :
I understand the will to hype everybody as soon as possible on bitcointalk and gather a lot of volunteers.
However it feels like when a company wants to go overseas. Even in a international market, it needs to be firm on its grounds before willing to go abroad. Same here.
Reddcointalk is our HQ, but before spreading, we need to reinforce the team, the message and the community so we will appear organized and professional to any future investors and/or to the wider community staying there.
It is a strategic move not be taken lightly. To make another analogy, we can not be a kickstarter project saying to the world we will give you that much, if we are not backed enough to do it. If we give too high expectations to that community, if there is a fall, it will be harder than the one Reddcoin just came back from. We want to avoid this fall altogether, but we will be on bitcointalk, and maybe sooner than you are expecting.