Elephant in the Room
Lets talk about the iEthereum logo.
The expression “elephant in the living room”, means “a big issue everyone is aware of, but which is being ignored, because everybody finds discussion about it uncomfortable”. The rationale behind the idiom is that an elephant in a room would be impossible to overlook, but people in the room can nevertheless choose to behave as if the elephant was non-existent.
– Jakub Marion
Lets talk about the iEthereum logo. This is the elephant in the room. The topic everyone is aware of when discussing iEthereum but nobody wants to start a conversation about it publicly, leaving an awkwardness and confusion in the air.
Lets start the discussion early in these blog days as it plays an important speculative factor on our minds. The Ethereum logo within the Apple logo is a matter of fact. The speculative nature whether fraud or fruition has nothing to do with the solid fundamentals of the underlying iEthereum technology and the original blockchain code.
So lets speculate for a minute.
The Guardian published an article in 2014, stating the Apple brand and logo has been named the most valuable in the world worth nearly $119 billion.
According to Apple.com, the Apple identity is a seal of approval and a promise of excellence. Is it possible Apple used their hefty resources, capital, know how, ingenuity, infrastructure and/or best developers in the world to build the most excellent crypto to date?
A token; truly decentralized, fairly distributed, no admin keys, low circulating supply that is fully transparent with low associated risk while leveraging on the Ethereum Network backbone. Is it possible Apple's AI created the iEthereum as a Human Standard Token?
From a risk, reward perspective…..
We have to assume that if we see the Apple logo it is authentic. We must also question whether its a fraud. The fact that Apple hasn't commented… If we were solving a logic puzzle?
Why is there not any public statement denouncing this token?
Why are there not any lawsuits?
Apple is notorious for protecting their brand identity. Here we can see them going after a Pear.
If consumers had no idea a product was Apple or if they did not know the Apple brand, yet they see the Apple logo; they would at least know and identify it as an Apple product. From a mile away.
Design Rush article, “ Apple's Iconic Logo Exudes Credibility Thanks To Its Innovative Shape And Modern Aesthetic states the Apple logo is in a league of its own--literally, its hard to think of a logo that is as memorable, recognizable or iconic. And its overall simplicity really steals the show. It captures so much in such a clean image that it makes you wonder what other tricks the brand has up its sleeve.”
Imagine this scenario. If you removed the Apple logo from your laptop… Could you prove to me its an Apple product?
Please spare me the details of the techs and specs of the underlying technology. Its the Apple logo that defines the authenticity, the seal of excellence. I'm applying this logic to the iEthereum token. It is staring at us in the face. On firesale!
“And just like the brand, Apple’s logo begs you to take risks. To think different. To break the rules because rules must be broken and the breaking of such rules serves as a catalyst for change. The Apple products that one grasps changed history forever.”
“Here's to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They're not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can't do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.”