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September 08, 2017, 02:54:58 PM
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Uquid is launching an ICO. As far as I know, they're the only company with previous experience on bitcoin debit cards to launch an ICO. More here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2161156














 

 

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September 08, 2017, 08:27:55 PM
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Uquid is launching an ICO. As far as I know, they're the only company with previous experience on bitcoin debit cards to launch an ICO. More here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2161156
As I know cryptopay is running ICO at current time https://ico.cryptopay.me/#about

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September 09, 2017, 06:45:13 AM
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Uquid is launching an ICO. As far as I know, they're the only company with previous experience on bitcoin debit cards to launch an ICO. More here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2161156
As I know cryptopay is running ICO at current time https://ico.cryptopay.me/#about

I would not recommend taking part in these ICOs. While I have personally had a good experience with UQUID, I am not sure that participating in an ICO would be beneficial for those buying into the token, as it would probably end up with the company wrongly estimating what is needed to complete certain parts of the project as it has already happened with many other ICOs in the past. What is most likely to happen is that the funds will be misappropriated or will run out before the promised features are released to the public.

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September 09, 2017, 05:25:02 PM
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Uquid is launching an ICO. As far as I know, they're the only company with previous experience on bitcoin debit cards to launch an ICO. More here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2161156
As I know cryptopay is running ICO at current time https://ico.cryptopay.me/#about
Interesting, I didn't know that.

I'd also want to clarify that I can't personally advise anyone to invest into any ICO.














 

 

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September 10, 2017, 07:56:59 AM
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Is there a Virtual debit card that can be in the US?  This is very annoying to fill out information and find out you can't make virtual card in the USA.  I even google it.   They even allow you to make an account in the USA

I tried SatoshiTango, SpectroCoin, and Shakepay.   
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September 10, 2017, 06:49:12 PM
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Is there a Virtual debit card that can be in the US?  This is very annoying to fill out information and find out you can't make virtual card in the USA.  I even google it.   They even allow you to make an account in the USA

I tried SatoshiTango, SpectroCoin, and Shakepay.   

 SatoshiTango = need ID  Cool

SpectroCoin
= cool  Wink

Shakepay = min deposit $20  Huh + network fee bitpay 0.000389BTC  Undecided
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September 11, 2017, 01:58:38 AM
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Is there a Virtual debit card that can be in the US?  This is very annoying to fill out information and find out you can't make virtual card in the USA.  I even google it.   They even allow you to make an account in the USA

I tried SatoshiTango, SpectroCoin, and Shakepay.   

 SatoshiTango = need ID  Cool

SpectroCoin
= cool  Wink

Shakepay = min deposit $20  Huh + network fee bitpay 0.000389BTC  Undecided

I am still not fully sure about SpectroCoin. I recently posted in one of their threads about whether their card fee would stack up through different payment periods regardless of whether the card had any balance in it or not. In the website it claims that it does not and that it will only take money out of the card if the card has any balance inside it. The support team, however, said otherwise. In their thread (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=577176.msg21641997#msg21641997) I asked about it and they said that it stacks up and is deducted according to the amount of months that it has been used, regardless of whether they are active or not. It seems to contradict my experience and I am therefore waiting on clarification on their part. They are also in the quarantine section of the OP here, but I asked about what the reason for that was and nobody seems to have answered to me, so I remain unsure about that one. Please share any experience you might have had.

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September 11, 2017, 04:24:26 PM
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with regard to October 15th WaveCrest holdings stop Bitcoin debit cards....

What about Mastercard? its also affected? anyone knows some about that?

There some MC bitcoin debits cards....

 
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September 11, 2017, 05:44:43 PM
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Is there a Virtual debit card that can be in the US?  This is very annoying to fill out information and find out you can't make virtual card in the USA.  I even google it.   They even allow you to make an account in the USA

I tried SatoshiTango, SpectroCoin, and Shakepay.  

 SatoshiTango = need ID  Cool

SpectroCoin
= cool  Wink

Shakepay = min deposit $20  Huh + network fee bitpay 0.000389BTC  Undecided

I am still not fully sure about SpectroCoin. I recently posted in one of their threads about whether their card fee would stack up through different payment periods regardless of whether the card had any balance in it or not. In the website it claims that it does not and that it will only take money out of the card if the card has any balance inside it. The support team, however, said otherwise. In their thread (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=577176.msg21641997#msg21641997) I asked about it and they said that it stacks up and is deducted according to the amount of months that it has been used, regardless of whether they are active or not. It seems to contradict my experience and I am therefore waiting on clarification on their part. They are also in the quarantine section of the OP here, but I asked about what the reason for that was and nobody seems to have answered to me, so I remain unsure about that one. Please share any experience you might have had.

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September 11, 2017, 05:48:04 PM
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with regard to October 15th WaveCrest holdings stop Bitcoin debit cards....

What about Mastercard? its also affected? anyone knows some about that?

There some MC bitcoin debits cards....

 

advcash Mcard issued WaveCrest
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September 11, 2017, 08:38:03 PM
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with regard to October 15th WaveCrest holdings stop Bitcoin debit cards....

What about Mastercard? its also affected? anyone knows some about that?

There some MC bitcoin debits cards....

 

advcash Mcard issued WaveCrest

yes, i know... so?
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September 11, 2017, 11:13:06 PM
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with regard to October 15th WaveCrest holdings stop Bitcoin debit cards....

What about Mastercard? its also affected? anyone knows some about that?

There some MC bitcoin debits cards....

 

advcash Mcard issued WaveCrest

yes, i know... so?
Recent events had it so services using WaveCrest had to restrict services to EU only due to new policies. See:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2120076.0














 

 

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September 12, 2017, 12:30:27 AM
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with regard to October 15th WaveCrest holdings stop Bitcoin debit cards....

What about Mastercard? its also affected? anyone knows some about that?

There some MC bitcoin debits cards....

 

advcash Mcard issued WaveCrest

yes, i know... so?
Recent events had it so services using WaveCrest had to restrict services to EU only due to new policies. See:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2120076.0

I can confirm this. I used to have an account with them quite a bit back when they were just starting out. They used to be much more relaxed with following international card-related policies and the American KYC regulations, which allowed me to get a card with ease. Now it is even impossible for me to access their website. They block access from IPs outside the European Union so that they don't have to deal with any legal complications that may arise from knowingly or unknowningly offering service to someone in a restricted region.

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September 12, 2017, 02:13:41 AM
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with regard to October 15th WaveCrest holdings stop Bitcoin debit cards....

What about Mastercard? its also affected? anyone knows some about that?

There some MC bitcoin debits cards....

 

advcash Mcard issued WaveCrest

yes, i know... so?
Recent events had it so services using WaveCrest had to restrict services to EU only due to new policies. See:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2120076.0

I can confirm this. I used to have an account with them quite a bit back when they were just starting out. They used to be much more relaxed with following international card-related policies and the American KYC regulations, which allowed me to get a card with ease. Now it is even impossible for me to access their website. They block access from IPs outside the European Union so that they don't have to deal with any legal complications that may arise from knowingly or unknowningly offering service to someone in a restricted region.



what i mean.... its not VISA. thats te point....
its Mastercard... no one name Mastercard on the list of blocked cards. The policy will be the same? someone is sure of that?
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September 12, 2017, 03:24:50 AM
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with regard to October 15th WaveCrest holdings stop Bitcoin debit cards....

What about Mastercard? its also affected? anyone knows some about that?

There some MC bitcoin debits cards....

 

advcash Mcard issued WaveCrest

yes, i know... so?
Recent events had it so services using WaveCrest had to restrict services to EU only due to new policies. See:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2120076.0

I can confirm this. I used to have an account with them quite a bit back when they were just starting out. They used to be much more relaxed with following international card-related policies and the American KYC regulations, which allowed me to get a card with ease. Now it is even impossible for me to access their website. They block access from IPs outside the European Union so that they don't have to deal with any legal complications that may arise from knowingly or unknowningly offering service to someone in a restricted region.



what i mean.... its not VISA. thats te point....
its Mastercard... no one name Mastercard on the list of blocked cards. The policy will be the same? someone is sure of that?


Oh, I see what you mean. No, I don't see why whether it's Visa or MasterCard would make the situation any different. Regulation is on the side of the government and their legislation, not on the side of the merchants. They are not the ones deciding to implement KYC laws that make it harder for people to do financial transactions. In fact, regulations such as that hurt card companies which in turn sell less and process less transactions as a result of the regulations imposed by the governments. That being said, I do believe some of it is necessary, albeit that's a completely different topic.

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September 12, 2017, 09:48:48 AM
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Is there a Virtual debit card that can be in the US?  This is very annoying to fill out information and find out you can't make virtual card in the USA.  I even google it.   They even allow you to make an account in the USA

I tried SatoshiTango, SpectroCoin, and Shakepay.   

 SatoshiTango = need ID  Cool

SpectroCoin
= cool  Wink

Shakepay = min deposit $20  Huh + network fee bitpay 0.000389BTC  Undecided

lol I already got those information and got rejected because my address is in USA even they allow purchases in dollars.

SatoshiTango didn't mention until you start putting information.

Shakepay same as Tango. 

SpectroCoin is broken.  It doesn't let me get a virtual card.
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September 12, 2017, 11:34:55 AM
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what i mean.... its not VISA. thats te point....
its Mastercard... no one name Mastercard on the list of blocked cards. The policy will be the same? someone is sure of that?


As of now Mastercard hasn´t changed their current policy. But I assume that VISA changed their policy in order to comply
with new, upcoming regulation. Therefore it is probably only a question of weeks until Mastercard follows VISA´s decision.

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September 13, 2017, 06:18:32 AM
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As a quick update to the debit card situation, I recently got a PM from a Wagecan rep (weiting@Wagecan - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=963014) after having posted in the Advcash debit card thread. He was promoting their own debit card that I took some time to check out and consider among my other options. My only problems with it are that the limits are much lower compared to other cards given by other vendors given comparably ID requirements and that their debit card, unless I am missing something obvious, costs over $100 (am I even looking at it right?) according to their pricing page on their website: https://wagecan.com/Pricing. Not sure if anyone has any experience with them. The rep gave me some links, but I would like to know no-bias.

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September 13, 2017, 07:41:46 AM
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Is there a Virtual debit card that can be in the US?  This is very annoying to fill out information and find out you can't make virtual card in the USA.  I even google it.   They even allow you to make an account in the USA

I tried SatoshiTango, SpectroCoin, and Shakepay.   

 SatoshiTango = need ID  Cool

SpectroCoin
= cool  Wink

Shakepay = min deposit $20  Huh + network fee bitpay 0.000389BTC  Undecided

lol I already got those information and got rejected because my address is in USA even they allow purchases in dollars.

SatoshiTango didn't mention until you start putting information.

Shakepay same as Tango. 

SpectroCoin is broken.  It doesn't let me get a virtual card.
Check the US only options in the OP. They could be the most suitable














 

 

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Well I gave up and went with Shift for a physical debit card.  They don't offer virtual card.  I think there is some US regulation that prevent making virtual cards.
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