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June 24, 2017, 11:13:03 AM
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Which company's VCC can be used to verifying paypal ?

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June 24, 2017, 03:12:59 PM
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What's going on with Paycent.io? It's pretty much empty, there is no longer the option to ask for the early access and no links at all except the one where you could see the fees and when you click it, It says gives a 404 page not found error, the project has been cancelled?

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June 25, 2017, 12:07:14 AM
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Which company's VCC can be used to verifying paypal ?
Pretty much any. I haven't heard of any that won't allow this.
What's going on with Paycent.io? It's pretty much empty, there is no longer the option to ask for the early access and no links at all except the one where you could see the fees and when you click it, It says gives a 404 page not found error, the project has been cancelled?
Good find. Most of the information is gone from their page, but they might be preparing for a revamp before launch. Hopefully we'll see in the following days or I'll consider delisting them.














 

 

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June 25, 2017, 10:13:06 AM
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I see that the list of payment processors increase, which one of them gives a free plastic card debt (Which does not require verification)?

Paycent.io said that given a free card while they are still in pre launch, maybe they about to start with the project,and this suitability is no longer an option
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June 27, 2017, 06:56:56 AM
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I see that the list of payment processors increase, which one of them gives a free plastic card debt (Which does not require verification)?

Paycent.io said that given a free card while they are still in pre launch, maybe they about to start with the project,and this suitability is no longer an option
Free debit card with no verification is kind of an oxymoron. You can get extremely cheap virtual ones but not much in terms of anonimity ones when it comes to plastic cards.














 

 

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June 27, 2017, 08:25:02 AM
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What's going on with Paycent.io? It's pretty much empty, there is no longer the option to ask for the early access and no links at all except the one where you could see the fees and when you click it, It says gives a 404 page not found error, the project has been cancelled?
That's too bad. I was looking forward to use them.. Well there were two services I was waiting for: paycent.io and bonpay.com, at least Bonpay is still going to launch.
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June 29, 2017, 08:28:21 AM
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I noticed from reading this forum for the last few weeks that a lot of these newer companies are great at the start. Until someone drops in 75 to 200 BTC on the account and can't get it out and gets no emails, no replies, phone blocked, etc. And then come on here with some bs lame reasons why it's locked while keeping it only to end up doing the same to everyone else down the road. At times I wonder if these are not the same people opening newer so called "Bank cards for BTC" and pulling it over and over again.

At first they are good but after 15 or 18 months I noticed they start to change.

Wouldn't a trezor help people from losing their BTCs like this? I mean just transfer .4 BTC at a time so it doesn't get locked out no? I could be wrong. All these cards claim no ID etc, but yet limits are like $200 a day or $2500 life time. And I don't trust giving out ID with a selfie as I read one on localbitcoins that was more into getting your personal information then giving out BTCs from a 3rd world country and god knows what they do with your private information once they got it.


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June 29, 2017, 07:55:49 PM
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My cryptopay card is blocked and exploited limit is lowered to 100$, their support has become very slow recently.
So I need a new card.
Is there any other payment processor that offers altcoin debit card, besides the uquid?
I was thinking maybe to take a payeer card, I can sell my coins via cryptonator and transfer $ there. How are fees on payeer?
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June 29, 2017, 10:59:05 PM
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My cryptopay card is blocked and exploited limit is lowered to 100$, their support has become very slow recently.
So I need a new card.
Is there any other payment processor that offers altcoin debit card, besides the uquid?
I was thinking maybe to take a payeer card, I can sell my coins via cryptonator and transfer $ there. How are fees on payeer?
If I remember correctly payeer has a high loading fee. Not sure if that continues to be the case but account creation still must be free so feel free to check.














 

 

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June 30, 2017, 05:52:41 AM
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I have a payeer account loading fee was 4.25$ but since I saw they lowered the price of the card from 15 to 9.95$ I thought they might have become more favorable.
I see everyone writing how old limits have been returned to debit cards, that's good news, Then I will not need another card ASAP
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July 12, 2017, 05:38:14 PM
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Anyone following the card ICOs? How are they turning out so far? Do you think any promises will be delivered?














 

 

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July 12, 2017, 06:53:09 PM
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Anyone following the card ICOs? How are they turning out so far? Do you think any promises will be delivered?

I'm following Monaco card and honestly, It sounds very promising and It could become #1 with no competitors If they actually deliver what they promised, the funding part was taken care of so all in place right now, It's now just a matter of skills from the developers part.

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July 12, 2017, 08:32:39 PM
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Anyone following the card ICOs? How are they turning out so far? Do you think any promises will be delivered?

I'm following Monaco card and honestly, It sounds very promising and It could become #1 with no competitors If they actually deliver what they promised, the funding part was taken care of so all in place right now, It's now just a matter of skills from the developers part.
That's proven to be a burden in pasr projects like for example mycelium's wallet. No amount of funding can guarantee the honesty of developers. I'm hopeful that dishonesty won't prove to be the case.














 

 

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July 12, 2017, 10:27:17 PM
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Anyone following the card ICOs? How are they turning out so far? Do you think any promises will be delivered?

I'm following Monaco card and honestly, It sounds very promising and It could become #1 with no competitors If they actually deliver what they promised, the funding part was taken care of so all in place right now, It's now just a matter of skills from the developers part.
That's proven to be a burden in pasr projects like for example mycelium's wallet. No amount of funding can guarantee the honesty of developers. I'm hopeful that dishonesty won't prove to be the case.

I was planning to invest on that one, as a matter of fact, but they didn't allow any funding from the United States. In fact, I don't think they even allow any cardholders whatsoever residing in the United States. It is because of that the I have been using UQUID for the most part whenever I need to spend Bitcoin as dollars online, which isn't very often anyway.

Beside Monaco, I haven't found any other decent card to be invested in, but since I'm currently looking for an alternative to uquid, it would be nice if some options came to light in the near future.

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July 13, 2017, 09:47:35 AM
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US based users have some good US oonly options that are hard to ignore. Have you been through the list from my OP.?














 

 

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July 13, 2017, 01:17:54 PM
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Still nothing from Paycent.io apparently, you may want to consider removing them from the list or adding them into pending or something. All they are doing is retweeting irrelevant stuff from other bitcoin projects while not giving any news regarding theirs.

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July 13, 2017, 11:37:34 PM
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US based users have some good US oonly options that are hard to ignore. Have you been through the list from my OP.?

The reputable ones are also the ones requiring the most information out of you. The problem is the U.S. based ones are restricted by the American government to ask for all of the information for the KYC regulations. It's not so much that I am concerned with staying private or anonymous, but more that I simply do not trust them with my information. The same problem caused me to stop using Coinbase as well, once they got hit with the regulations. There are also others that have more fees than what my uses are worth.

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July 14, 2017, 07:06:33 AM
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Still nothing from Paycent.io apparently, you may want to consider removing them from the list or adding them into pending or something. All they are doing is retweeting irrelevant stuff from other bitcoin projects while not giving any news regarding theirs.
Yup, this is odd for a startup tp be going under in such a way with no update. Will be removing them from the list very soon.














 

 

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US based users have some good US oonly options that are hard to ignore. Have you been through the list from my OP.?

The reputable ones are also the ones requiring the most information out of you. The problem is the U.S. based ones are restricted by the American government to ask for all of the information for the KYC regulations. It's not so much that I am concerned with staying private or anonymous, but more that I simply do not trust them with my information. The same problem caused me to stop using Coinbase as well, once they got hit with the regulations. There are also others that have more fees than what my uses are worth.
Anonymity is something users are willing to give up on for better pricing on BTC/USD rates and fewer card fees. Same incentive behind signing up for a bitcoin exchange vs doing p2p trades.














 

 

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July 15, 2017, 06:18:32 AM
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US based users have some good US oonly options that are hard to ignore. Have you been through the list from my OP.?

The reputable ones are also the ones requiring the most information out of you. The problem is the U.S. based ones are restricted by the American government to ask for all of the information for the KYC regulations. It's not so much that I am concerned with staying private or anonymous, but more that I simply do not trust them with my information. The same problem caused me to stop using Coinbase as well, once they got hit with the regulations. There are also others that have more fees than what my uses are worth.
Anonymity is something users are willing to give up on for better pricing on BTC/USD rates and fewer card fees. Same incentive behind signing up for a bitcoin exchange vs doing p2p trades.

Makes sense. I would be willing to give it up as well if I had another choice. Are you U.S. based? If so, which one out of all the ones you have tried would you recommend and trust with your personal information? Considering you are the OP in this thread, I would assume that you've got a pretty good idea of how the different providers compare. Of course, this is just conjecture, but I would still appreciate your input.

Additionally, how much information do they usually ask for? Besides full name and address, is actual identification proof asked for? How about even more sensitive items such as social security numbers, and how can one be sure that these won't be compromised either by the provider itself or by a hacker obtaining access to their database? Is there any sure way to know the information is actually secure or are we just left hoping that it is? That's really the only reason I don't trust these sites.

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