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  • Author Update On MCig And Turn Your Cash Into Vapor [View article]
    Wow, looks the mCig CEO and I were on the same page regarding your comparison of the mCig 2.0 and the listed competition.
    Mar 25, 2014. 03:22 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Author Update On MCig And Turn Your Cash Into Vapor [View article]
    Shoes and 'eCigs' are not even comparable companies.. C'mon Charles.
    Mar 24, 2014. 05:03 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Author Update On MCig And Turn Your Cash Into Vapor [View article]
    I'm a betting man. I'm willing to bet that the majority of their sales go to those looking for an inexpensive device that 'vapes' loose plant material. With my prior experience in the MMJ industry, I know for a fact that the intermediaries and end users purchasing these devices did not care for elaborate packaging. You yourself highlight a company that is making a disposable e-cig.. I'm failing to ascertain how packaging has real relevance to the sustainability and longevity of a e-cig type of product. Branding through advertisement and endorsement is different.

    If one sector has proven it's ability to NOT NEED packaging and branding, it is the MMJ/ recreational sector.

    "Industry Insider," you are not.
    Mar 24, 2014. 05:00 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Author Update On MCig And Turn Your Cash Into Vapor [View article]
    Charles,

    Do you have a comment to this? I'd hope you are aware of the differences in each manufacturer's product that you mentioned, considering your an "industry insider." To pander a product like VitaCig, before its release is just ludicrous. Further, for smokers looking to wean their nicotine habit, and to embrace a healthier alternative, which still has similar qualities from smoking/ 'vaping' (inhalation of smoke or vapors), could prove promising for mCig. Most people looking to purchase an inexpensive vaporizer won't care too much about packaging, as long as the device works -- and to mention devices; most all of them are manufactured in China. Issues with a "designed in USA" tagline that is upside down -- is of little to no consequence to the buyer of an inexpensive cartridge/ loose plant material 'vaping' device.

    If you're going to claim to be an "industry insider," at least act the part.
    Mar 24, 2014. 03:28 PM | 8 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Author Update On MCig And Turn Your Cash Into Vapor [View article]
    Response?
    Mar 24, 2014. 03:06 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Author Update On MCig And Turn Your Cash Into Vapor [View article]
    Something that Charles Moscoe fails to mention is that unlike Bull Smoke, Green Smoke, and Blu Cigs; mCig's 2.0, allows the user to not only use cartridges (like the other brands you've mentioned), but also loose plant material. This gives mCig access to the medical and recreational marijuana industry.

    Unless I'm missing something, which I have searched, I don't see that the competition that you have mentioned offers a product that uses anything but oil filled cartridges.
    Mar 24, 2014. 02:37 PM | 22 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Citron goes after Medbox, shares lower [View news story]
    Just because actual numbers aren't there, including other findings by Citron to show lack of any real intrinsic value per share, it still isn't worthless. Supply and Demand, or Fear and Greed, rather, do create value.

    "Go Go Gadget Speculatory-Speculation."
    Feb 18, 2014. 02:07 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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