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November 08, 2017, 09:50:11 PM
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Which projects about paying with crypto as normal cash in any place and in any time do you know? What do you think, which of them will have success and why? Which points are a "must" for such projects?
Would you personally use such service if there was one?

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November 09, 2017, 01:09:33 PM
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If I understood correctly you are referring to projects like TenX.
That would be one of them. I know Tokencard and BitWala as well.

So far I havent really looked into it, but soon will do, I also want a Cryptocard. Hopefully some people will share their experiences.

As of now, I heard that BitWala provides a good solution, but its also only third hand information.

From my feeling and what I see here on the forum, there are a lot of projects with a pretty similar approach to this. Every other day there is another one of them. But there will only be a few winners. We will see.

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November 09, 2017, 10:12:10 PM
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If I understood correctly you are referring to projects like TenX.
That would be one of them. I know Tokencard and BitWala as well.

So far I havent really looked into it, but soon will do, I also want a Cryptocard. Hopefully some people will share their experiences.

As of now, I heard that BitWala provides a good solution, but its also only third hand information.

From my feeling and what I see here on the forum, there are a lot of projects with a pretty similar approach to this. Every other day there is another one of them. But there will only be a few winners. We will see.

Thank you for the additional infornmation, appreciate that. If it is possible - can you tell what did you meant by saying "third hand information"? I think it is an extremely important point if we speak about such projects.

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November 09, 2017, 11:55:05 PM
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Which projects about paying with crypto as normal cash in any place and in any time do you know? What do you think, which of them will have success and why? Which points are a "must" for such projects?
Would you personally use such service if there was one?

Probably Dash and then all the different segwit coins
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November 10, 2017, 01:30:55 AM
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Which projects about paying with crypto as normal cash in any place and in any time do you know? What do you think, which of them will have success and why? Which points are a "must" for such projects?
Would you personally use such service if there was one?

In our country coins.ph is the most prominent amongst the three digital wallets that engage in the Philippines.  It is very successful because you can also pay all your bills using it.  Your bitcoins can also be translated or exchange with ease into our local currency.  As long as there is establishment who offers wireless money transfer, the exchange should not be a problem after all.   And also, it is linked to many banks. 

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November 10, 2017, 11:29:48 AM
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Thank you for the additional infornmation, appreciate that. If it is possible - can you tell what did you meant by saying "third hand information"? I think it is an extremely important point if we speak about such projects.

Hey, your welcome, thats what the forum is here for! By "third hand information" I meant that people told me that they got told that BitWala provides a good situation. I havent spoke with someone who was a real costumer of BitWala. Im not sure if this term also exists in the english language though, so maybe thats why this caused confusion... have a good one!

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November 10, 2017, 11:40:11 AM
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I have coins.ph for paying some of my bills and for money transfer.

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