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Monday, July 30, 2018

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Gaga_Gracious

More coverage of the InWorldz closure and following events, new grids and where the refugees have gone. See http://metaverse-traveller.blogspot.com/2018/07/exodus-from-inworldz-as-diehard.html

sirhc deSantis

Ask about the new crypto-currency when you reach out. Should be fascinating. (Ain't discord a wondrous thing)

Amanda

I thought the GoFundMe was closed before it reached the goal of $17,000. Don't you have to reach the goal to collect the money?

Amanda

Nevermind. I see go fund me doesn't work like that.

Chic Aeon

Judging from my Kitely Market (all Opensim) sales a lot of the refugees have moved over to Opensim.

If they can get past that God Powers and permissions issue I am betting that most will not return to a closed grid -- unless of course it was giant Second Life.

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