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Crypto Has What it Takes to Break the Flawed Financial System
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Once you actually have Stellar, it is one of the cheapest to send. There are no gas prices to worry about, and it was made with one of the goals of being able to support foreign aid.
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#12
(2018-02-13, 08:51 AM)Jacob Wrote: Once you actually have Stellar, it is one of the cheapest to send. There are no gas prices to worry about, and it was made with one of the goals of being able to support foreign aid.

To send it you still need to know about wallets, backup etc.
Cardano is the most promising 3 gen. crypto right now.


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#13
We need a cryptocurrency that is as simple, if not simpler than using a credit /debit card.

Something with a built in exchange that allows buying in with credit or debit cards, or bank transfer, that automatically credits the user.

How about a PayPal like service, but with all transactions on a blockchain.

Buying into the cryptocurrency should be as simple as signing up for an email service, and sending cryptos should as simple as logging into an email account and sending an email address.

First team to do this well will corner a large portion of the entry market.
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(2018-02-15, 03:54 PM)Jacob Wrote: We need a cryptocurrency that is as simple, if not simpler than using a credit /debit card.

Something with a built in exchange that allows buying in with credit or debit cards, or bank transfer, that automatically credits the user.

How about a PayPal like service, but with all transactions on a blockchain.

Buying into the cryptocurrency should be as simple as signing up for an email service, and sending cryptos should as simple as logging into an email account and sending an email address.

First team to do this well will corner a large portion of the entry market.

Isn't AMON something like that?
What is this thing that builds our dreams, yet slips away from us?

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(2018-02-15, 04:34 PM)Hugues Wrote:
(2018-02-15, 03:54 PM)Jacob Wrote: We need a cryptocurrency that is as simple, if not simpler than using a credit /debit card.

Something with a built in exchange that allows buying in with credit or debit cards, or bank transfer, that automatically credits the user.

How about a PayPal like service, but with all transactions on a blockchain.

Buying into the cryptocurrency should be as simple as signing up for an email service, and sending cryptos should as simple as logging into an email account and sending an email address.

First team to do this well will corner a large portion of the entry market.

Isn't AMON something like that?

Amon is a step in the right direction for cryptocurrency. 

Only problem with amon, is that to buy in you need bitcoin or eth in the first place. And when you send the tokens, you aren't sending to an email address.
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(2018-02-15, 05:40 PM)Jacob Wrote:
(2018-02-15, 04:34 PM)Hugues Wrote:
(2018-02-15, 03:54 PM)Jacob Wrote: We need a cryptocurrency that is as simple, if not simpler than using a credit /debit card.

Something with a built in exchange that allows buying in with credit or debit cards, or bank transfer, that automatically credits the user.

How about a PayPal like service, but with all transactions on a blockchain.

Buying into the cryptocurrency should be as simple as signing up for an email service, and sending cryptos should as simple as logging into an email account and sending an email address.

First team to do this well will corner a large portion of the entry market.

Isn't AMON something like that?

Amon is a step in the right direction for cryptocurrency. 

Only problem with amon, is that to buy in you need bitcoin or eth in the first place. And when you send the tokens, you aren't sending to an email address.
It's a start. I suppose they will make improvements by time.
I like it.
What is this thing that builds our dreams, yet slips away from us?

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