+nfa Posted May 21, 2006 Share Posted May 21, 2006 Hi, I've read and talked about the change in geocoins a lot in the last few months, and wanted to start a discussion. Without naming specific coins or cachers, please put in your $0.02 about the change in geocoins in recent months (or discuss why you don't think the nature of geocoins has changed, if you don't believe that it has). I'm of two minds about the recent evolutionary stage of geocoins: success breeds imitation...the production/sale of geocoins has probably followed a growth curve similar to that of GPS units or (worst case) pet rocks...and will level out once the market is saturated. TPTB opened the door to crappy and/or commercial geocoins when they brought in the new "guidelines" that allowed people to make and sell whatever they wanted as long as Groundspeak got their $1.50 per coin... I'm interested in hearing what other people think about the reasons behind the change, or if people don't see a change. Thanks, Jamie - NFA Quote Link to comment
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