I know the answer is almost 100% no, but could I make a trade off for Brilliant\(^2\): a certain amount of my points (maybe all) for just one month of Brilliant\(^2\)? Or what if I get a certain amount of people to get into using Brilliant? I just really want to use Brilliant\(^2\), and I don't think it'll kill to ask.

Besides, what ever happened to that point-trade thing?

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TopNewestWell... the answer is no...

What prevents you from paying for B^2? Is the price not right? You don't entirely know what you are getting? etc... Any further thoughts you have would be greatly appreciated.

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No the pricing is great, and I'm pretty sure I'm aware of what B\(^2\) entails. I just wanted to check.

What about the last question?

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That point-trading thinghas gone. Now the points are a measure of the number of problems you solve.:SLog in to reply

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