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April 06, 2017, 07:04:41 PM
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When will the yobit wallet  fix,I would like to buy pesobit using my funds on Yobit coming from trading but it's been months that the wallet is in maintenance so many pesobit are stuck here,dev should do something about this .  

Dev and the whole team is sending weekly support requests to Yobit about the Pesobit wallet; there is nothing more we can do with Yobit , it could take one week to one month - they can be very slow.

I really suggest using C-Cex and Novaexchange for now... (C-Cex is the one with most liquidity)

https://c-cex.com/?p=psb-btc
https://novaexchange.com/market/BTC_PSB/
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April 19, 2017, 08:04:04 AM
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Volume of Pesobit is good! Usually a precursor of a hike in price soon...

Can't wait for the e-wallet solution to be complete
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April 20, 2017, 11:25:35 AM
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Great to know about PesoBit. Perhaps you are also aware of Rebit, Coins.ph or Coinpip; all these three services employ the bitcoin platform and they are focused on The Philippines.
 
In which way is the PesoBit offer/service compared to Coins.ph, Coinpip & Rebit?

See more details on Coins.ph, Rebit & Coinpip below:

Rebit is a service of Satoshi Citadel Industries, a Philippines-based holding company for bitcoin-related ventures. Rebit aims to provide a comparable service, at a significantly lower rate, by leveraging a superior process that the bitcoin platform enables. Rebit accepts bitcoin from the sender and then delivers Philippine pesos to the recipient. The bitcoin network allows Rebit to send funds safely and quickly, without incurring in hefty fees.

CoinPip’s vision is to connect the world with blockchain technology. The company offers a friendly and fast international money transfer service that businesses can use to send money to partners and remote workers that are in Indonesia, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, India and the Philippines with just a 2% flat fee.

Coins.ph is a blockchain enabled technology platform that allows users to paybills, send and receive money from anyone through the mobile phone. Coins was founded in 2014 and headquartered at Pasig City, Philippines. It has raised USD 5 millions in 1 round. Some of Coins's investors include Quona Capital, Innovation Endeavors and Pantera Capital.
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April 20, 2017, 12:07:39 PM
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1) Huge price premium when buying BTC locally with cash (how many Overseas workers get paid is cash) - not everybody has a Coinbase account connected to his bank
I am so sorry to hear that you have no proper bitcoin exchange established in the Philippines.

2) Buying Bitcoin with Coinbase and bank account has 4-7 day delay - everything about Bitcoin is slow
Poor 3rd party services are to blame, not bitcoin network. If you have no access to real bitcoin exchange it can be a problem.
3) Many workers have never heard about Bitcoin or are scared of it - they need a system that is very simple to use
I bet that here are much many workers who know what bitcoin is, than people aware of Pesobit existence.

How are you so different that any other altcoin, AFAIK you don't offer Pesobit to fiat exchange and you can't use Pesobit directly to purchase anything.

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