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May 30, 2018, 01:27:52 AM
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People on this thread are really misinformed. Either they're not following the project and just posting things out of their own ass, or simply trolling.

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Near 0 communication during ICO (or more exactly ICOs)

Did... you even try to join the Telegram group? The admin is there pretty much all day answering questions.

They recently published the X Token contract on etherscan - the code (max supply, burn function, etc.) is available for everyone to read: https://etherscan.io/token/0x282ee54f8ecda53d6bb77df4a4134738375a0664

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still not sure you exist

You... know the exchange is live and people are depositing and trading, right?


If you're "angry" that you referred fake people and now you want to claim X Tokens for those fake people - give me a break. They should not waste XT on fake referrals, or airdrops to fake people.
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May 30, 2018, 05:25:07 AM
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It doesn't matter whether or not referred users *can* do KYC.
That was *not* part of the original agreement.

Both parties need to follow the *original* agreement, right?

The thing is original agreement changed when SEC started chasing ICOs and crypto projects last year. Now you have to comply with SEC rules or risk getting cease and desist letter. I kinda understand your point, but what do you expect from them? To put whole project at risk just to pay some referrals? Lets be serious, they won't do that.
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May 30, 2018, 08:02:59 AM
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People on this thread are really misinformed. Either they're not following the project and just posting things out of their own ass, or simply trolling.

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Near 0 communication during ICO (or more exactly ICOs)

Did... you even try to join the Telegram group? The admin is there pretty much all day answering questions.

They recently published the X Token contract on etherscan - the code (max supply, burn function, etc.) is available for everyone to read: https://etherscan.io/token/0x282ee54f8ecda53d6bb77df4a4134738375a0664

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still not sure you exist

You... know the exchange is live and people are depositing and trading, right?


If you're "angry" that you referred fake people and now you want to claim X Tokens for those fake people - give me a break. They should not waste XT on fake referrals, or airdrops to fake people.

the return of the dumb idiot, you are showing to everybody that you are an idiot, you have no argument. but i understand you , you buy some sh***tcoin and you want to recover. Sad life. but i think that everybody know that WCX is just a waste of time.
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May 30, 2018, 09:15:09 AM
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the return of the dumb idiot, you are showing to everybody that you are an idiot, you have no argument. but i understand you , you buy some sh***tcoin and you want to recover. Sad life. but i think that everybody know that WCX is just a waste of time.

Oh yes such a waste of time, everybody knows... so much waste of time that they raised $16million, plus $10 million in the past two weeks, plus have 100,000 KYC applications and 100 million volume daily on the exchange. Lol but no, everybody knows WCX is a waste of time. how dumb can one get, trollrimka, I wonder...

What do people usually respond to trolls like this guy 😂😂 I guess /ignore
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May 30, 2018, 10:14:56 AM
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@wcxofficial, my apologies for not responding sooner.

I have one more question, which I would appreciate being answered.

Why is KYC not a requirement to trade on your platform, if it is required in order to claim referral link tokens?

I would greatly appreciate you highlighting the difference(s) there.
It certainly appears that if it was required in one instance, it would be a requirement for the other as well.
Its really bullshit, and your are just lying scammers.
You should ask KYC before the start of referral bounty, not after the end of campain.
Why you are changing rules? If you scammed the referrals, after you can scam investors easy.
I have near 500 referred people and only few of them will send KYC.

 i will ask all those 500 people to post that your project is a SCAM, so you can not scam other people in future.

"If you referred real people.. they will kyc." otherwise your referrals are useless and just a tax on the token supply..

Are you dumb? Do you not have a head to think like normal people? Autism perhaps?
Do you really believe what you just said? Do you think the hundreds of referred "real people" will just be willing to give their IDs and waste their time for 500XT?..
It is honestly easier to get fake and self made accounts verified than real ones.


I mean if the people you referred won't even KYC or use the exchange, what use are they. Why do you deserve to get precious tokens for referring useless / inactive users?

That is not what I said. You have a tendency to run away from the point. I believe anyone can tell why.
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May 30, 2018, 11:12:18 AM
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I want to warn everyone. This ico seems scam as hell.

Don't participate it. And don't enter their kyc bullshit. They may probably steal your information and sell. Wcx is very shady.

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May 30, 2018, 11:27:32 AM
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I want to warn everyone. This ico seems scam as hell.

Don't participate it. And don't enter their kyc bullshit. They may probably steal your information and sell. Wcx is very shady.

dont worry , hamcheese is here to convince you wcx is legit lol :DDD
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May 30, 2018, 02:34:50 PM
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It doesn't matter whether or not referred users *can* do KYC.
That was *not* part of the original agreement.

Both parties need to follow the *original* agreement, right?

The thing is original agreement changed when SEC started chasing ICOs and crypto projects last year. Now you have to comply with SEC rules or risk getting cease and desist letter. I kinda understand your point, but what do you expect from them? To put whole project at risk just to pay some referrals? Lets be serious, they won't do that.

I would agree with you completely.

But they do not require KYC to trade on their platform. Only to claim the tokens.
If it is required to do KYC to claim a token, wouldn't it be just as important for actually trading, and dealing in what could presumably be considered securities?

If they had required it for all parties across the board, I would have been (still unhappy), but fine with it.
But it isn't about compliance, because then traders would be required to do it as well.

Nope. This is about not paying out, because they don't want to pay out.

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And @hamnchess. Might want to consider posting on another board soon, to look less obvious.
You've posted 98? times on this forum, and been active since August. 100% of your posts have been on this board.

Seems a bit odd, for somebody who in posts claimed to be fairly fluent in ICOs, and to have invested over 25K USD in this project, alone.
You'd think you would at least have a few other favorite projects.

 
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May 30, 2018, 03:27:27 PM
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It doesn't matter whether or not referred users *can* do KYC.
That was *not* part of the original agreement.

Both parties need to follow the *original* agreement, right?

The thing is original agreement changed when SEC started chasing ICOs and crypto projects last year. Now you have to comply with SEC rules or risk getting cease and desist letter. I kinda understand your point, but what do you expect from them? To put whole project at risk just to pay some referrals? Lets be serious, they won't do that.

I would agree with you completely.

But they do not require KYC to trade on their platform. Only to claim the tokens.
If it is required to do KYC to claim a token, wouldn't it be just as important for actually trading, and dealing in what could presumably be considered securities?

If they had required it for all parties across the board, I would have been (still unhappy), but fine with it.
But it isn't about compliance, because then traders would be required to do it as well.

Nope. This is about not paying out, because they don't want to pay out.

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And @hamnchess. Might want to consider posting on another board soon, to look less obvious.
You've posted 98? times on this forum, and been active since August. 100% of your posts have been on this board.

Seems a bit odd, for somebody who in posts claimed to be fairly fluent in ICOs, and to have invested over 25K USD in this project, alone.
You'd think you would at least have a few other favorite projects.

he is just another scammer from the dev team or just a fool
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May 30, 2018, 04:33:31 PM
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ATTENTION: easyrimka is a troll. HE IS LIKELY PAID TO SAY NEGATIVE THINGS ABOUT WCX.

Notice how he actively promotes competing exchanges in his signature.

Notice how he never has any logical argument to prove his point. He says "scam" then leaves. He is the only one saying this.

I have proven many times, through logical arguments, that WCX is real and legitimate. They have a working exchange, full linkedin profiles, open communication through their support and Telegram group, raised many millions, .... What more do you want? A blowjob from the CEO?


Have you used WCX exchange? It works perfect. I deposited, traded, and withdrew.

Have you listened to their CEO? Smart, intelligent. Plans are clear for the company.

Have you tried buying XT? Works like a charm.

Have you tried KYC? I got verified after 5 days.

Have you tried their support? All my queries were answered in less than 1 day.

Have you chatted in the WCX telegram? Admin is there, transparent, friendly, answering questions.


So... what is your argument?

Of course, trolls will always say it is not so. Look at the trolls on the Bitfinex thread, or on the Coinbase topics. To this day, while those companies are multi billion dollar companies, still, trolls who live in their mother's basement still say these companies are a "scam". Ah. The pleasure of the Internet.

/ignore trolls
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