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Author Topic: [ANN] TenX: Making Blockchain assets spendable  (Read 331488 times)
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November 23, 2017, 07:34:48 AM
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I have a question for you, do you get to pay this card? or is it not working yet? Thank you

Yes i paid 15$ to get it, but i didn't activate the card yet, so i don't know if its working. When i use the app i see how much money(bitcoins) i have.

Congratulations. Have you already used a CENTRA credit card? Are you satisfied with the credit card?

Sorry i never used CENTRA card.
Its not a credit card. This is a TenX prepaid Visa card.

can you test it? so no one and does not answer whether you can use this card, I so believe that there is no

Hi
I have this card and it works well so far
I have paid with it and done a withdrawal too. so far no problems. only registering was an issue and needed support help cause the activation progress was with bugs..
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November 23, 2017, 07:39:02 AM
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Did you now how i can find information about waitlist of recipients of  TenX cards? I asked such a question for support of the project, but so far I have not received a response from them  Roll Eyes

Those information are very confidential they will not release those sensitive things. As a company they need to keep things confidential because recently we have seen many hacks. So tenx is taking some security measures.
Why would the number of those waiting be a hacking risk?  What a load of B.S   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

The only reason they will not release the list of issued cards vs those waiting is because they know it will only tank the price further when people see the real numbers.  

Releasing figures publicly = hacking risk  ROFLMFAO  

Truth is releasing the figures = public relations nightmare and harm to the price of the token.   Someone care to call that FUD as well?   Roll Eyes

I agree with you on the hacking thing - that is not the reason to not release data. But it was covered a thousand times why they don't give out the data - it produce false assumptions. At the moment TenX went live with their first ad and they strongly increasing the cards that are send out per day. With WireCard it is only a matter of time that even you could hold one of those cards in your hands and say to yourself: "The waiting was painful - but worth it".

Giving out exact numbers of users when you scale at this level would be stupid - because the numbers don't represent what TenX will be in a half year.

Yes, you are right because if they provide the details means other people kept asking for the card. Once they start sending the card they will issue according to the people who are on the list, we have to wait and see how they send the card in what procedure.
I ordered my card in 24th of july and received the card 3 months later. during that time they postponed delivery time ca 3 times and on the last month didnt even care to respond to my mails. and suddenly it came Smiley)
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November 23, 2017, 07:50:29 AM
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No point in writing something here because nobody reads it anyway. So much questions that are already answered in previous posts. It looks like people go directly to the last page and dont bother to read previous posts.
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November 23, 2017, 08:07:26 AM
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No point in writing something here because nobody reads it anyway. So much questions that are already answered in previous posts. It looks like people go directly to the last page and dont bother to read previous posts.

While I agree that the amount of nonsense or uninteresting whining is huge, but I did take some time to read a little back. Never say never Smiley

If this would be a review I would say its a 4/5 with the two minus points being the long waiting time and that currently I only can use BTC for loading the card. With other coins the daily use may be much higher due to lesser block times (e.g. Ethereum, all ERC 20 or ZEC) and lesser transaction fees.

Thanks for this review, you helped me a lot.
I would like to read now and then about the exchange rates TenX uses, maybe compared with the other cards, since the last info I have is this post and doesn't contain TenX rates.
And I would love to read that TenX starts using SegWit for Bitcoin transfers to reduce the time and blockchain fees (Wirex already does that).

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November 23, 2017, 09:57:10 AM
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Card works perfectly fine been using mine for over 3 weeks now, I only got a declined in the store once because I didn't unlock the card within the app and I got an email straight away from Tenx indicating reason for the decline ' card locked' good to also know it's secure . if you loose your card just simply lock it within the app and no one can spend your coins
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November 23, 2017, 10:01:09 AM
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No point in writing something here because nobody reads it anyway. So much questions that are already answered in previous posts. It looks like people go directly to the last page and dont bother to read previous posts.

While I agree that the amount of nonsense or uninteresting whining is huge, but I did take some time to read a little back. Never say never Smiley

If this would be a review I would say its a 4/5 with the two minus points being the long waiting time and that currently I only can use BTC for loading the card. With other coins the daily use may be much higher due to lesser block times (e.g. Ethereum, all ERC 20 or ZEC) and lesser transaction fees.

Thanks for this review, you helped me a lot.
I would like to read now and then about the exchange rates TenX uses, maybe compared with the other cards, since the last info I have is this post and doesn't contain TenX rates.
And I would love to read that TenX starts using SegWit for Bitcoin transfers to reduce the time and blockchain fees (Wirex already does that).


At the given time 10:57am in Germany I have the rate of 1 BTC = 6.820,40 Euro per BTC; Coinmarketcap has 6.903,76 Euro per BTC. This is nearly 99 percent of the CMC price. Sometimes the price is a bit higher; other times a little bit lower than the CMC price per Bitcoin.
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November 23, 2017, 10:16:20 AM
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This project looks promising but still hesitant to invest.....
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November 23, 2017, 10:40:31 AM
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At the given time 10:57am in Germany I have the rate of 1 BTC = 6.820,40 Euro per BTC; Coinmarketcap has 6.903,76 Euro per BTC. This is nearly 99 percent of the CMC price. Sometimes the price is a bit higher; other times a little bit lower than the CMC price per Bitcoin.

Thanks. This is 1.01% and it's a pretty good indicator.
Interesting enough, I've got quite the same (6737.21 EUR vs 6891.45 @ coinmarketcap, 1.02%) at Wirex half an hour later than you, which is strange since I've got the feeling that Wirex has high fees (3%) and TenX has low fees (0.5%). I'll keep my eyes open, since this may be caused by some bigger fluctuation and a slow reaction to it.

Sorry for bringing the competition into discussion this much. At least I am confident TenX has the possibility to move faster in "fixing" this Smiley

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November 23, 2017, 10:42:43 AM
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No point in writing something here because nobody reads it anyway. So much questions that are already answered in previous posts. It looks like people go directly to the last page and dont bother to read previous posts.

While I agree that the amount of nonsense or uninteresting whining is huge, but I did take some time to read a little back. Never say never Smiley

If this would be a review I would say its a 4/5 with the two minus points being the long waiting time and that currently I only can use BTC for loading the card. With other coins the daily use may be much higher due to lesser block times (e.g. Ethereum, all ERC 20 or ZEC) and lesser transaction fees.

Thanks for this review, you helped me a lot.
I would like to read now and then about the exchange rates TenX uses, maybe compared with the other cards, since the last info I have is this post and doesn't contain TenX rates.
And I would love to read that TenX starts using SegWit for Bitcoin transfers to reduce the time and blockchain fees (Wirex already does that).


At the given time 10:57am in Germany I have the rate of 1 BTC = 6.820,40 Euro per BTC; Coinmarketcap has 6.903,76 Euro per BTC. This is nearly 99 percent of the CMC price. Sometimes the price is a bit higher; other times a little bit lower than the CMC price per Bitcoin.

You do know CMC BTC rate is not real time and the Tenx rate updates every 15secs, so there will always be a  disconnect in rates, to your point sometimes lower or sometimes higher
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November 23, 2017, 12:09:39 PM
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can you test it? so no one and does not answer whether you can use this card, I so believe that there is no

The only reason that i didn't test it yet is because of the high Bitcoin fees.
I'm afraid that if i pay, the fee will be like 0.001 Btc, which is pretty steep.
I don't want to pay 8-10$ fee when i buy something. I'm waiting for ETH implementation or something else with smaller fees.
I don't know how TenX is handling this problem.

P.S. I know that this is not TenX fault, its Bitcoin's network.
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November 23, 2017, 12:18:35 PM
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I'm happy to hear that more person have received his card and honestly i'm thinking about ordering one soon. I'm a token holder but let's see what will happen. Right now the high BTC fees let the card little usable so I will probably wait until ERC20 or ETH implementation. Hope it will not be such a long time

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November 23, 2017, 01:50:48 PM
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hey i have a question and i hope you can help me.
if i buy pay on bittrex. where do i have to storage my tenx token to get the rewards?
can i send it to myetherwallet or do i have to send them anywhere else?
where are the 0.5% eth sent to?

thanks for your answers

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November 23, 2017, 02:31:04 PM
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Can i get a link to the tenx blog?
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November 23, 2017, 02:46:46 PM
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hey i have a question and i hope you can help me.
if i buy pay on bittrex. where do i have to storage my tenx token to get the rewards?
can i send it to myetherwallet or do i have to send them anywhere else?
where are the 0.5% eth sent to?

thanks for your answers

myetherwallet is the perfect place. They say to make sure you have a little Eth in that wallet address to pay for the gas payments when the dividends come.
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November 23, 2017, 02:52:55 PM
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@tokenZ
https://blog.tenx.tech/

@getsome3000
thanks for your reply!
at what intervals does a payment take place?


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November 23, 2017, 03:40:48 PM
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You don't pay for btc fees when you use your Tenx card. You only pay the btc network fees when you load up you card. If the Tenx card would have to go through the BTC network for each transaction then the waiting time for a confirmation would be around 10 minutes (the time that a block is processed on the btc network...). But with the card the confirmation on POS terminal is 10 seconds max from my experience.

can you test it? so no one and does not answer whether you can use this card, I so believe that there is no

The only reason that i didn't test it yet is because of the high Bitcoin fees.
I'm afraid that if i pay, the fee will be like 0.001 Btc, which is pretty steep.
I don't want to pay 8-10$ fee when i buy something. I'm waiting for ETH implementation or something else with smaller fees.
I don't know how TenX is handling this problem.

P.S. I know that this is not TenX fault, its Bitcoin's network.
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November 23, 2017, 04:06:06 PM
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I am very happy that today, TenX reminds me why I choose them over all the others.
I got my TenX "Join the Revolution" Card delivered! & The card look great.

Thanks guys. Awesome!

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November 23, 2017, 04:09:52 PM
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Hey guys,

I have some BTC on my TenX-Wallet on my Android Phone and I would like to update to a new Android Version, so I will delete everything on my Phone. How can I save my BTC? Do I have to transfer them first to another wallet reinstall everything and than transfer it back or is there an easier way. As far as I know I cannot extract and reimport the privtate key, so what is the best way to go for?
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November 23, 2017, 04:14:08 PM
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@tokenZ
https://blog.tenx.tech/

@getsome3000
thanks for your reply!
at what intervals does a payment take place?


They haven't started yet so I'm not sure.
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November 23, 2017, 04:29:26 PM
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Hey guys,

I have some BTC on my TenX-Wallet on my Android Phone and I would like to update to a new Android Version, so I will delete everything on my Phone. How can I save my BTC? Do I have to transfer them first to another wallet reinstall everything and than transfer it back or is there an easier way. As far as I know I cannot extract and reimport the privtate key, so what is the best way to go for?

You can delete the app without a problem.
Your Bitcoins are connected to your account in the tenx system.
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