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April 22, 2015, 08:30:55 PM
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Product page can be found : http://kaiserbourse.com/landing/index_safety.html
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April 25, 2015, 04:59:09 PM
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What kind of exchange do you advertise here?
What can i exchange? Old socks?
Can you please explain a bit more about the link you provide?
And say also why does your site "exchange with Deposit insurance" not supports a https:// connection?

- https://www.cryptopia.co.nz  - your one stop crypto shop  -
Exchange, Mineshaft, Marketplace and much more. Check it out Smiley
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April 25, 2015, 05:14:42 PM
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how much the insurance cover on my deposit? also can you put all the info on your website please, i don't like that you are asking user e-mail for this, it sound fishy....
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April 25, 2015, 05:58:33 PM
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What kind of exchange do you advertise here?
What can i exchange? Old socks?
Can you please explain a bit more about the link you provide?
And say also why does your site "exchange with Deposit insurance" not supports a https:// connection?


same question here. any kind of exchange should offer its users a safe connection. it is something that should have been done before asking people to sign up.
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May 02, 2015, 12:35:25 PM
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What kind of exchange do you advertise here?
What can i exchange? Old socks?
Can you please explain a bit more about the link you provide?
And say also why does your site "exchange with Deposit insurance" not supports a https:// connection?


same question here. any kind of exchange should offer its users a safe connection. it is something that should have been done before asking people to sign up.


When site is launched, of course.   While you are referring to a pre-launch landing page.
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May 02, 2015, 12:50:52 PM
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What kind of exchange do you advertise here?
What can i exchange? Old socks?
Can you please explain a bit more about the link you provide?
And say also why does your site "exchange with Deposit insurance" not supports a https:// connection?


same question here. any kind of exchange should offer its users a safe connection. it is something that should have been done before asking people to sign up.


When site is launched, of course.   While you are referring to a pre-launch landing page.

And you will add secure connection when the site launch?
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May 02, 2015, 01:30:02 PM
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What kind of exchange do you advertise here?
What can i exchange? Old socks?
Can you please explain a bit more about the link you provide?
And say also why does your site "exchange with Deposit insurance" not supports a https:// connection?


same question here. any kind of exchange should offer its users a safe connection. it is something that should have been done before asking people to sign up.


When site is launched, of course.   While you are referring to a pre-launch landing page.

And you will add secure connection when the site launch?

Of course. Using SSL will be one of several measures to secure our service
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May 02, 2015, 01:31:56 PM
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What kind of exchange do you advertise here?
What can i exchange? Old socks?
Can you please explain a bit more about the link you provide?
And say also why does your site "exchange with Deposit insurance" not supports a https:// connection?



It will have to be No, on the socks part.

This exchange will be about trading various high volatility financial assets.
We will introduce new assets to trade on,  Our focus will not be "more of the same" BTC/FIAT trading.

Some people ask the community for donations.
   While we are asking the community to show support by adding an email address, and receive further updates about our service launch.
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May 02, 2015, 01:36:34 PM
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how much the insurance cover on my deposit? also can you put all the info on your website please, i don't like that you are asking user e-mail for this, it sound fishy....

I appreciate the comment.  The full details will be posted in a later time, for business reasons.
Concerning the E-mail - They are be kept for the sole purpose of updating interested traders on our launch status.
Opt-out will be available for anyone now interested in email updates.
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May 02, 2015, 05:20:06 PM
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Who is the owner? And why should we trust the owner not to run away?
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May 02, 2015, 06:33:50 PM
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Who is the owner? And why should we trust the owner not to run away?

This question can be asked about almost any Bitcoin based service and even fiat based business out there.
There are some common best practices that any exchange should follow: from proof of reserves to security and due diligence: KaiserBourse will conform to these guidelines.

There is another best practice. for Traders checking out a new service :

1. Before committing to a large deposit, make a small one, then ask to pull out your deposit.

2. Another thing is deposit only what you want to trade with. then pull out balance when transaction ends. This way you don't have to rely on the Exchange for the long run. just for Ad-hoc trading.

Additional "Trader best practice" suggestions are welcome

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May 02, 2015, 07:07:53 PM
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Who is the owner? And why should we trust the owner not to run away?

This question can be asked about almost any Bitcoin based service and even fiat based business out there.
There are some common best practices that any exchange should follow: from proof of reserves to security and due diligence: KaiserBourse will conform to these guidelines.

There is another best practice. for Traders checking out a new service :

1. Before committing to a large deposit, make a small one, then ask to pull out your deposit.

2. Another thing is deposit only what you want to trade with. then pull out balance when transaction ends. This way you don't have to rely on the Exchange for the long run. just for Ad-hoc trading.

Additional "Trader best practice" suggestions are welcome



Some of the well known exchanges have proven themselves to be trust worthy. And they have viable and lucrative business model that make them unlikely to kill the golden goose.
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May 04, 2015, 11:46:43 AM
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Who is the owner? And why should we trust the owner not to run away?

This question can be asked about almost any Bitcoin based service and even fiat based business out there.
There are some common best practices that any exchange should follow: from proof of reserves to security and due diligence: KaiserBourse will conform to these guidelines.

There is another best practice. for Traders checking out a new service :

1. Before committing to a large deposit, make a small one, then ask to pull out your deposit.

2. Another thing is deposit only what you want to trade with. then pull out balance when transaction ends. This way you don't have to rely on the Exchange for the long run. just for Ad-hoc trading.

Additional "Trader best practice" suggestions are welcome



Some of the well known exchanges have proven themselves to be trust worthy. And they have viable and lucrative business model that make them unlikely to kill the golden goose.


I'm not implying that a successful and reliable company would intentionally act to defraud its customers.
I'm saying there are many external factors that could impact a company's stability.

Being a young company has its advantages. both for the company, and for its customers.
New companies introduce new and valuable services, and add to the overall market competitiveness.
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May 09, 2015, 08:22:55 AM
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how can you insure BTC if you are not even providing your address?

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May 09, 2015, 10:13:34 AM
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how can you insure BTC if you are not even providing your address?

The relevant information will be provided once we'll be open for business.
Having said that, the deposit insurance offering will very much depend on the traders' interest in this specific feature.
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May 09, 2015, 03:32:36 PM
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Who is the owner? And why should we trust the owner not to run away?

This question can be asked about almost any Bitcoin based service and even fiat based business out there.
There are some common best practices that any exchange should follow: from proof of reserves to security and due diligence: KaiserBourse will conform to these guidelines.

There is another best practice. for Traders checking out a new service :

1. Before committing to a large deposit, make a small one, then ask to pull out your deposit.

2. Another thing is deposit only what you want to trade with. then pull out balance when transaction ends. This way you don't have to rely on the Exchange for the long run. just for Ad-hoc trading.

Additional "Trader best practice" suggestions are welcome



Yeah right, this question about the owner can be asked and should be ask!
And your common best practice examples don't answers this question!

By the way, i don't invest without knowing the postal address of the service provider.

how can you insure BTC if you are not even providing your address?

The relevant information will be provided once we'll be open for business.
Having said that, the deposit insurance offering will very much depend on the traders' interest in this specific feature.


So, my question is now, what exactly await you by announcing this pre-launch.
Do you provide investment opportunities before you are open for business?

- https://www.cryptopia.co.nz  - your one stop crypto shop  -
Exchange, Mineshaft, Marketplace and much more. Check it out Smiley
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May 11, 2015, 04:48:07 AM
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Who is the owner? And why should we trust the owner not to run away?

This question can be asked about almost any Bitcoin based service and even fiat based business out there.
There are some common best practices that any exchange should follow: from proof of reserves to security and due diligence: KaiserBourse will conform to these guidelines.

There is another best practice. for Traders checking out a new service :

1. Before committing to a large deposit, make a small one, then ask to pull out your deposit.

2. Another thing is deposit only what you want to trade with. then pull out balance when transaction ends. This way you don't have to rely on the Exchange for the long run. just for Ad-hoc trading.

Additional "Trader best practice" suggestions are welcome



Yeah right, this question about the owner can be asked and should be ask!
And your common best practice examples don't answers this question!

By the way, i don't invest without knowing the postal address of the service provider.

how can you insure BTC if you are not even providing your address?

The relevant information will be provided once we'll be open for business.
Having said that, the deposit insurance offering will very much depend on the traders' interest in this specific feature.


So, my question is now, what exactly await you by announcing this pre-launch.
Do you provide investment opportunities before you are open for business?

The pre-launch is intended for members interested in receiving direct updates about the launch.
We do not provide the service at this time, and we are definitely considering a soft launch intended for those who signed up.

The specific Postal address will be know at launch/soft-launch. 
I'm curious to understand more about your consideration of postal address.

Also, I'd be happy to get some background about your investment preferences/interests, if you don't mind sharing (please feel free to PM me)
 preferred volatility-levels , are you using API trading , or algo, or prefer to trade directly via website
(only if this is not
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May 12, 2015, 05:14:37 AM
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The pre-launch is intended for members interested in receiving direct updates about the launch.
We do not provide the service at this time, and we are definitely considering a soft launch intended for those who signed up.

Tanks for your answers. Is there a day or time frame specified of the launch?


The specific Postal address will be know at launch/soft-launch. 
I'm curious to understand more about your consideration of postal address.

My opinion is, a postal address is a guarantee for nothing. Especially for a internet service...
But it promises trust and safety. And every registered business has a address where it is reachable for state, bank, business partner and customer.
It's good to see where the business is located also, it says a lot about the owner. Landscape talks a lot.
And further, there are restrictions maybe, if a customer is from a another country as the business.
That's why i think a postal address must be provided. And somehow i believe your exchange is not from a decentralized kind, without a headquarter. Didn't read such things on the site.
By the way, i don't understand why you advertise the site by the link from the opening post only? The homepage itself suggest me further information about your service http://kaiserbourse.com/


Also, I'd be happy to get some background about your investment preferences/interests, if you don't mind sharing (please feel free to PM me)
 preferred volatility-levels , are you using API trading , or algo, or prefer to trade directly via website
(only if this is not

Some answers about this points:
Trading API is a nice feature and useful to automate things if a user has the knowledge to do it. But in any case it needs time to do the setup. If there is a software to access the trade engine with the API, then i would prefer to use it instead of the web interface. It seems in most cases much faster, even with a slow internet connection. Automatic trading i use preferred on volatile markets. Up and Down in short time frame are good to be successful with auto trading.

- https://www.cryptopia.co.nz  - your one stop crypto shop  -
Exchange, Mineshaft, Marketplace and much more. Check it out Smiley
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May 13, 2015, 07:33:24 PM
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@CoinFriend
My friend, I truly appreciate all the feedback you've generously provided.
My colleagues and I will definitely implement these useful suggestions!
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