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December 10, 2018, 06:14:59 AM
 #4861

This is all I found in this article about whitelisting ETH address (https://blog.atlant.io/atlant-releases-helpdesk-and-whitelisting-functionality-5a9a6148b480): 

"In order to get your Ethereum address whitelisted, please go to the KYC section of https://trade.atlant.io and follow instructions provided. Whitelisting addresses on the blockchain is a quick and fully automated process. Ethereum network maintains a public ledger of verified Ethereum addresses which are whitelisted via ATLANT, therefore, any application or entity may check account’s authenticity on ATLANT without revealing further details about the account. Also, please note that fees for whitelisting are per ATLANT fee schedule.

IMPORTANT: Only whitelist addresses belonging to you (Do not send from crypto exchange addresses)..."


There is literally no explanation on how to whitelist your ETH address only the author said to follow the instructions provided but there are no instructions. 

Additionally, I haven't found answers to my questions posted above in this blog post, so bounty manager please help me and provide answers.
1. Complete your KYC documents
2. Provide 1 eth on your bounty address
3. Deposit that 1 eth to your wallet account on atlant platform
4. Add your bounty address to get whitelisted
5. Thank you

Thanks, @Dilhari finally detailed info I needed.

Now my address is whitelisted when December bounty will be paid?


bounty is paid first 7 days of the month - december bounty is over

So what now? Do you want to tell me that I will not receive payment for December?

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December 10, 2018, 08:25:58 AM
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Most of your comments on all threads are all-caps, have many grammatical and spelling errors, are in red and full of curses and threats. This violates terms of most bounties, which is counterproductive for you as a bounty hunter. Also I suggest you do something about your anxiety, perhaps seek professional help.

ATLANT self-incriminated by giving the bounty without KYC, then requiring KYC.

You opened yourself to be investigated by government organizations. Since you distributed millions of tokens without KYC, government can sue you.

If you'd just give the bounty as originally planned, then at least you have a case in court, if it should ever come to that.

Now, you're screwed. You have no case.

No amount of professional help can save ATLANT.

so true , never thought of this
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December 10, 2018, 09:04:38 AM
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Most of your comments on all threads are all-caps, have many grammatical and spelling errors, are in red and full of curses and threats. This violates terms of most bounties, which is counterproductive for you as a bounty hunter. Also I suggest you do something about your anxiety, perhaps seek professional help.

ATLANT self-incriminated by giving the bounty without KYC, then requiring KYC.

You opened yourself to be investigated by government organizations. Since you distributed millions of tokens without KYC, government can sue you.

If you'd just give the bounty as originally planned, then at least you have a case in court, if it should ever come to that.

Now, you're screwed. You have no case.

No amount of professional help can save ATLANT.

What does "self-incriminated" mean?
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December 10, 2018, 11:02:00 AM
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Dear Users,

For all questions regarding KYC/AML and ETH whitelisting procedures, please write to help@atlant.io.

If your application on trade.atlant.io was rejected, we would like to remind you to once again check the information you submitted for accuracy – common mistakes are:
- Poor scan quality (Passport, ID, address proof or selfie).
- Address provided is incomplete or invalid – address must match address proof exactly.
- Address proof is invalid – only authentic bank statements, utility bills, or certificates issued by government authorities are accepted.
- Selfie photo is invalid – you must upload a recent picture of yourself holding an ID or Passport and a piece of paper with “atlant.io”, date and your signature written on it.
- ID number entered did not match the ID in the photo.

We urge you to reapply again when your information is consistent with Atlant’s KYC/AML policies.
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December 11, 2018, 11:54:50 AM
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ATLANT Announces Partnership with BitCratic

https://blog.atlant.io/atlant-announces-partnership-with-bitcratic-1d05b70bf3e8
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December 12, 2018, 05:51:44 AM
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Most of your comments on all threads are all-caps, have many grammatical and spelling errors, are in red and full of curses and threats. This violates terms of most bounties, which is counterproductive for you as a bounty hunter. Also I suggest you do something about your anxiety, perhaps seek professional help.

ATLANT self-incriminated by giving the bounty without KYC, then requiring KYC.

You opened yourself to be investigated by government organizations. Since you distributed millions of tokens without KYC, government can sue you.

If you'd just give the bounty as originally planned, then at least you have a case in court, if it should ever come to that.

Now, you're screwed. You have no case.

No amount of professional help can save ATLANT.

What does "self-incriminated" mean?

It means when you accidentally admit to committing a crime.

For example, ATLANT distributes many months of bounty, without KYC.
However, since they start to require KYC now, they admit to breaking the law by distribution of tokens before KYC.



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December 12, 2018, 09:42:45 AM
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As we stated before, monthly distributions are made during the first 7 days of each calendar month.


Hello admin,Bounty didn't come to my address this month.Help me please
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December 12, 2018, 10:12:21 AM
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As we stated before, monthly distributions are made during the first 7 days of each calendar month.


This month when our unsent bounty will be sent when
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December 12, 2018, 06:03:29 PM
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As we stated before, monthly distributions are made during the first 7 days of each calendar month.


Hello admin,Bounty didn't come to my address this month.Help me please

Hello,
For all questions regarding KYC/AML and ETH whitelisting procedures, please write to help@atlant.io.

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December 13, 2018, 02:49:07 AM
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Most of your comments on all threads are all-caps, have many grammatical and spelling errors, are in red and full of curses and threats. This violates terms of most bounties, which is counterproductive for you as a bounty hunter. Also I suggest you do something about your anxiety, perhaps seek professional help.

ATLANT self-incriminated by giving the bounty without KYC, then requiring KYC.

You opened yourself to be investigated by government organizations. Since you distributed millions of tokens without KYC, government can sue you.

If you'd just give the bounty as originally planned, then at least you have a case in court, if it should ever come to that.

Now, you're screwed. You have no case.

No amount of professional help can save ATLANT.

What does "self-incriminated" mean?

It means when you accidentally admit to committing a crime.

For example, ATLANT distributes many months of bounty, without KYC.
However, since they start to require KYC now, they admit to breaking the law by distribution of tokens before KYC.

do they go to jail?
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December 13, 2018, 05:45:06 AM
 #4871

Most of your comments on all threads are all-caps, have many grammatical and spelling errors, are in red and full of curses and threats. This violates terms of most bounties, which is counterproductive for you as a bounty hunter. Also I suggest you do something about your anxiety, perhaps seek professional help.

ATLANT self-incriminated by giving the bounty without KYC, then requiring KYC.

You opened yourself to be investigated by government organizations. Since you distributed millions of tokens without KYC, government can sue you.

If you'd just give the bounty as originally planned, then at least you have a case in court, if it should ever come to that.

Now, you're screwed. You have no case.

No amount of professional help can save ATLANT.

What does "self-incriminated" mean?

It means when you accidentally admit to committing a crime.

For example, ATLANT distributes many months of bounty, without KYC.
However, since they start to require KYC now, they admit to breaking the law by distribution of tokens before KYC.

do they go to jail?

They already did. https://bitnovosti.com/2018/05/15/organizatory-ico-atlant-arestovany-sledstvie-prodolzhaetsya/



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December 13, 2018, 07:14:21 AM
 #4872

Most of your comments on all threads are all-caps, have many grammatical and spelling errors, are in red and full of curses and threats. This violates terms of most bounties, which is counterproductive for you as a bounty hunter. Also I suggest you do something about your anxiety, perhaps seek professional help.

ATLANT self-incriminated by giving the bounty without KYC, then requiring KYC.

You opened yourself to be investigated by government organizations. Since you distributed millions of tokens without KYC, government can sue you.

If you'd just give the bounty as originally planned, then at least you have a case in court, if it should ever come to that.

Now, you're screwed. You have no case.

No amount of professional help can save ATLANT.

What does "self-incriminated" mean?

It means when you accidentally admit to committing a crime.

For example, ATLANT distributes many months of bounty, without KYC.
However, since they start to require KYC now, they admit to breaking the law by distribution of tokens before KYC.

do they go to jail?

They already did. xxxxxxx/2018/05/15/organizatory-ico-atlant-arestovany-sledstvie-prodolzhaetsya/
Lol maybe you guys think you are awesome and smarter than other people.
But you forget about one thing. The kyc it self is free. You can send all your KYC documents for free, no need to send any eth.
That 1 eth is required for whitelisting your address on the platform. And it's required for all Atlant community who want to use or get the benefits from Atlant platform. Not only bounty participants.

*Beware of any links posted by anonymous people on this forum. It's maybe malware inside*
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December 13, 2018, 10:42:38 AM
 #4873

Most of your comments on all threads are all-caps, have many grammatical and spelling errors, are in red and full of curses and threats. This violates terms of most bounties, which is counterproductive for you as a bounty hunter. Also I suggest you do something about your anxiety, perhaps seek professional help.

ATLANT self-incriminated by giving the bounty without KYC, then requiring KYC.

You opened yourself to be investigated by government organizations. Since you distributed millions of tokens without KYC, government can sue you.

If you'd just give the bounty as originally planned, then at least you have a case in court, if it should ever come to that.

Now, you're screwed. You have no case.

No amount of professional help can save ATLANT.

What does "self-incriminated" mean?

It means when you accidentally admit to committing a crime.

For example, ATLANT distributes many months of bounty, without KYC.
However, since they start to require KYC now, they admit to breaking the law by distribution of tokens before KYC.

do they go to jail?

They already did. xxxxxxx/2018/05/15/organizatory-ico-atlant-arestovany-sledstvie-prodolzhaetsya/
Lol maybe you guys think you are awesome and smarter than other people.
But you forget about one thing. The kyc it self is free. You can send all your KYC documents for free, no need to send any eth.
That 1 eth is required for whitelisting your address on the platform. And it's required for all Atlant community who want to use or get the benefits from Atlant platform. Not only bounty participants.

*Beware of any links posted by anonymous people on this forum. It's maybe malware inside*

The problem is then, bounty participants aren't customers of ATLANT, seeing as ATLANT teams distributes tokens without KYC.

We bounty hunters have proof that ATLANT teams says we aren't legally customers of the platform (since they distribute bounty without KYC, therefore KYC not required to us).

We can't have our cake, and eat it too!



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December 13, 2018, 10:52:48 AM
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OMG, must open scam accusations. The bounty is pump and dump illegal scam.

atlant is scam fraud, founder going bak to prison

how can be stupid someone to break law on public, after u just release from jail Huh
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December 13, 2018, 11:38:26 AM
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Dear Users,

If your application on trade.atlant.io was rejected, we would like to remind you to once again check the information you submitted for accuracy – common mistakes are:
- Poor scan quality (Passport, ID, address proof or selfie).
- Address provided is incomplete or invalid – address must match address proof exactly.
- Address proof is invalid – only authentic bank statements, utility bills, or certificates issued by government authorities are accepted.
- Selfie photo is invalid – you must upload a recent picture of yourself holding an ID or Passport and a piece of paper with “atlant.io”, date and your signature written on it.
- ID number entered did not match the ID in the photo.

We urge you to reapply again when your information is consistent with Atlant’s KYC/AML policies.
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December 13, 2018, 11:45:32 AM
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Before submit your application, please read carefully following blog posts


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December 13, 2018, 11:46:35 AM
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For all questions regarding KYC/AML and ETH whitelisting procedures, please write to help@atlant.io.
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December 13, 2018, 02:29:46 PM
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I dont want to use your platform why forcing us to comply with kyc in your website and requiring 1 eth for an address to get whitelisted? As a bounty hunter and Im very much affected by the bear market I have no any eth left in my wallet so it means I cannot received my bounty? At the start of this bounty campaign its pretty clear that kyc is not required for this bounty but after delaying it for 18 months, you required us all this kyc? very disappointing!!
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December 14, 2018, 03:43:43 AM
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For all questions regarding KYC/AML and ETH whitelisting procedures, please write to help@atlant.io.
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