@Peter Taylor @Suyeon Khim @Calvin Lin

I'm talking about Brilliant Squared. I know it's a great feature but I suppose at least the Archive Problems must be free. I mean it's no point in making this problems available only to the PRO members. Weren't these problems posted periodically free about half an year ago? Then why now are they turned into paid features? It's OK to have money for the practice maps and the scratchpad, but why are the initial free features made premium? What was free must stay free, I think.......

For an alternate source to compensate the price, I suggest the staff must install in a Donate button along with the \(B^2\) one. I'm sure the income earned from that will at least compensate for the archive problems. Or you can add the feature of redeeming the pints for enjoying some days of the feature, as the points are also not in any use now a days. It's my sincere request to the staff.

Please \(like\) and \(reshare\) so that the word can spread.

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TopNewestIt's a conundrum. Brilliant really exists to serve the young people still in school, and typically they don't have much money to spend. So, how about if Brilliant Squared is provided for free to those under the age of 21? The working stiffs older than 21 can afford to make the modest contributions the Brilliant staff needs to keep this going. But then of course, what keeps me from lying about my age?

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I second that notion!!!!! It can be made free for those under the age of 21 !!!!!

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But who hears! What can you and I do!

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My credit card is national and is not accepted, I am in consonance with this note!!

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Same here

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A donate button could be nice but I'm not sure that would provide sufficient income.

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I would certainly donate like 500 dollars if such an option was available and I'm sure others would feel the same. @Suyeon Khim how would one go about doing this? I also DESPERATELY want a Brilliant t-shirt. :D

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AoPS

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I agree but as you said it would be 1 out of 5 person who is going to donate.

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Its a tough issue. 'Cause you can't afford coins for your Brilliant.

But struggling gives its sweet taste, right!

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