DashCon Update!

When the dust settled after DashCon, we were left with thousands of dollars worth of debt. Because this, among many others reasons, DashCon LLP is being dissolved and assets being liquidated. Once the assets are liquidated, each debt will be paid pro rata, meaning that there’s a possibility the debts won’t be paid in full, but each will be paid the same percentage of what’s owed. We don’t know how long this process is going to take, but it’s fair to say it could be up to 90 days. Apologies for the further delays. This has all become a bit of a legal ordeal.
There has been a lot of speculation that DashCon LLP has changed its name to Emoti-Con or So Attacked Entertainment LLC. That, however, is inaccurate. Two of the three owners of DashCon, Cain and Megg, are now functioning as So Attacked Entertainment LLC, which will be hosting an event called Emoti-Con. Despite Cain and Megg’s involvement, neither So Attacked Entertainment LLC nor Emoti-Con is in any way affiliated with DashCon. 
Thank you for your patience while we try to resolve these final matters. Apologies that we are unable to give a more definite timeline on payment. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.

DashCon: Separating Facts from Fiction – An Official Statement

DashCon: Separating Facts from Fiction – An Official Statement

DashCon: Separating Facts from Fiction – An Official Statement

DashCon: Separating Facts from Fiction – An Official Statement

DashCon: Separating Facts from Fiction – An Official Statement

DashCon: Separating Facts from Fiction – An Official Statement

DashCon: Separating Facts from Fiction – An Official Statement

DashCon: Separating Facts from Fiction – An Official Statement

DashCon: Separating Facts from Fiction – An Official Statement

DashCon: Separating Facts from Fiction – An Official Statement

DashCon: Separating Facts from Fiction – An Official Statement

DashCon: Separating Facts from Fiction – An Official Statement

DashCon: Separating Facts from Fiction – An Official Statement

For all those concerned:

The PayPal donation button has been removed from our website. There also won’t be a donation button on our new website (launching soon). We didn’t realize how important it was to everyone that the button got removed. Apologies it didn’t happen sooner. For the record, no one has used it since the donation drive at the event.