Freedom Motors ICO: Coin Name Poll

Hello All,

So I ran a short discussion on Facebook for some proposed names for our token a while back.  I’ve taken those suggestions and put them into a poll.  I’ve filtered out names that were less relevant (like, references to Moller, aircraft, flying, etc.) and anything that was just cynical or humorous.  This is the final list of those coin names.

I’m running this poll now so everyone can see what is most popular.  You can vote once per day, and I’ll let the poll run for at least a week, if not forever.  Once you vote, the poll will only show the current results, until after 24 hours and then you can vote again.  But you can also vote again from a different browser/system.

I cannot guarantee we will choose the TOP name, but I suspect it will be one of the top 5 choices.   Anyway this will give us feedback into name popularity.  I have my own guess as to the top name already, but I don’t want to influence the poll!

So please, go ahead and vote on your favorite name.  Again, this will be the name of token we plan to sell in the ICO.  If you have any additional suggestions, you can add that to the blog comments, and I “may” add it to the poll.

Have fun!

*UPDATE*:  Whoops, my bad.  I added a coin name to the poll, and the dang poll software reset all the vote tallies.  Sorry about that – guess you have to vote again!!!   I will not make any more poll changes…lest I break things even more…

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What name do you prefer for the token in the Freedom Motors ICO?
What name do you prefer for the token in the Freedom Motors ICO?
What name do you prefer for the token in the Freedom Motors ICO?
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Author: David Sastry

David has two decades of experience as a senior engineer at Intel Corporation, Freescale and Marvell Semiconductors. Before joining Freedom Motors he was a Principle Consultant for Infosys in their IoT Practice. David holds BS and MS degrees from Ohio State University in electrical engineering, with an emphasis on computer architecture and digital design. David is responsible for Freedom Motors' IT systems, social media outreach, managing corporate operations and contributing to business development.