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February 20, 2018, 03:53:15 PM
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Please what is the contract address of SVD and the decimal to add on myetherwallet to receive tokens?

The token address is: 0xbdEB4b83251Fb146687fa19D1C660F99411eefe3
Symbol: SVD
Decimals: 18

But you will only receive your tokens after the ICO has finished so you have to wait a little bit longer for them.
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February 20, 2018, 04:00:53 PM
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I just bought svd and pais for iT with my ether Wallet account. Will the tokens be transfereer to nyetherwallet?
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February 20, 2018, 04:03:12 PM
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I bought SVD February, 14 KYC is still in the process? This is normal ? And how long is KYC confirmed? In the case of his non-confirmation, will I lose my SVD and money?

I want to reassure you, when they approve, you will receive 1SVD and they will say that it is according to the rate on the day of approval
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What do you mean with 1 SVD? The KYC process is more of a legality, I strongly doubt anything will go wrong, but if you have doubts you can always ask in their telegram channel: https://t.me/savedroid

Ya not sure why people are so upset about KYC it's not something new almost every ICO now has been doing KYC to stay within the law, not to mention almost every big exchange (binance/kucoin) require for ICO's to have performed KYC for their ICO to be able to get listed on their exchanges as the exchanges also must maintain that they aren't being used for money laundering. I really don't get why every time theirs a KYC people act surprised.
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February 20, 2018, 04:37:13 PM
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hi everyone,
whether the sevedroid wallet can store all the digital asset, like the original coin and token?
when the wallet will start active

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February 20, 2018, 04:51:09 PM
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I bought SVD February, 14 KYC is still in the process? This is normal ? And how long is KYC confirmed? In the case of his non-confirmation, will I lose my SVD and money?

I want to reassure you, when they approve, you will receive 1SVD and they will say that it is according to the rate on the day of approval
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What do you mean with 1 SVD? The KYC process is more of a legality, I strongly doubt anything will go wrong, but if you have doubts you can always ask in their telegram channel: https://t.me/savedroid

Ya not sure why people are so upset about KYC it's not something new almost every ICO now has been doing KYC to stay within the law, not to mention almost every big exchange (binance/kucoin) require for ICO's to have performed KYC for their ICO to be able to get listed on their exchanges as the exchanges also must maintain that they aren't being used for money laundering. I really don't get why every time theirs a KYC people act surprised.
Don't worry about that. Lots peoples having that questions and queries. Below link will help to peoples who have problem with KYC.

https://savedroid.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115006013089-What-is-KYC-What-are-the-requirements-
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February 20, 2018, 05:47:37 PM
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Did anyone downloaded the Excel Token Model from the Savedroid ICO page? The file is a nice gadget and you can test different scenarios.

that must be new, I would not have seen so far. thanks for the reminder.
I like the expected token price in the sheet "ICO Model". By the end of the year we would already be at 1.64 € for 100 SVD

I like the token model I like how you can change the amount sold and token burn % to see what the tokens will be worth.

I personally think that SVD will be worth more than 0.164 Euro by the end of this year. I think it will reach much higher.

i would be happy if you were right. But i think, it is a longterm investment and we have to wait 1 oder 2 years for really high token price
but if you were right, then i will spend some beer:-)
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February 20, 2018, 05:54:28 PM
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Did anyone downloaded the Excel Token Model from the Savedroid ICO page? The file is a nice gadget and you can test different scenarios.

that must be new, I would not have seen so far. thanks for the reminder.
I like the expected token price in the sheet "ICO Model". By the end of the year we would already be at 1.64 € for 100 SVD

I like the token model I like how you can change the amount sold and token burn % to see what the tokens will be worth.

I personally think that SVD will be worth more than 0.164 Euro by the end of this year. I think it will reach much higher.

i would be happy if you were right. But i think, it is a longterm investment and we have to wait 1 oder 2 years for really high token price
but if you were right, then i will spend some beer:-)


Yep projects like savedroid i feel are going to really benefit the hodlers the most as its one of those things i can see people getting cashed out early for small amounts but the concept and plan make it so that over long term say the next year to 2 years the price should be on a steady but slow incline, i'm sure their will be pump and dumps on it in between as every coin does that but based on the strategy and platform behind it i get the feeling the actual base price will see a slow increase over time due to for one the ongoing burn rate.
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February 20, 2018, 06:27:00 PM
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I just bought svd and pais for iT with my ether Wallet account. Will the tokens be transfereer to nyetherwallet?

It depends on their mode of distribution, if they state that token will be sent to the wallet from which payment was made, then yes otherwise find out if they asked u to provide a wallet where u want your token sent
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February 20, 2018, 06:28:58 PM
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 Minimum contribution to buy SVD on ETH? its 0.1 ETH or 0.05 ETH? its for KYC needed passport or just ID card?

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February 20, 2018, 06:35:25 PM
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The KYC process, how much time it takes? (after the sale ICO or during? What happens if you do not complete the KYC process?)

KYC process can be legally required in specific countries, if you do not complete the KYC process you might not be legally entitled to invest
it involves providing documents to declare who you

Sad but true the scale of KYC seems to greatly depend on both the investors location as well as the companies location. US seems to be the most strict when it comes to securities and KYC requirements. Some ICOs take a more loose requirement and others just spread the minimum requirement across all of their investors to make sure their covered in the future given the whole kyc situation seems to be evolving for crypto constantly

I think the KYC process is for US citizens quite normal. Even thought about the process to travel to the US. What influence does my mother's birthplace have for US customs? Why do they need my profession when I will visit the Empire State Building. The US collect all kind of data.
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February 20, 2018, 06:54:50 PM
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I bought SVD February, 14 KYC is still in the process? This is normal ? And how long is KYC confirmed? In the case of his non-confirmation, will I lose my SVD and money?

I want to reassure you, when they approve, you will receive 1SVD and they will say that it is according to the rate on the day of approval
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I think you are getting it all wrong... Tobson said "On the date of payment" and not "On the date of approval" get both your facts and understanding right

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February 20, 2018, 07:01:40 PM
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The KYC process, how much time it takes? (after the sale ICO or during? What happens if you do not complete the KYC process?)

KYC process can be legally required in specific countries, if you do not complete the KYC process you might not be legally entitled to invest
it involves providing documents to declare who you

Sad but true the scale of KYC seems to greatly depend on both the investors location as well as the companies location. US seems to be the most strict when it comes to securities and KYC requirements. Some ICOs take a more loose requirement and others just spread the minimum requirement across all of their investors to make sure their covered in the future given the whole kyc situation seems to be evolving for crypto constantly

Exactly, KYC varies among countries, it is also stated on most ICOs that successful KYC varies, what this means is, the time Mr. A provides his details and the time Mr. B  provides his does not matter, as both will not be approved same time, even though they applied same day, just as it happened to me and a friend of mine
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February 20, 2018, 07:01:57 PM
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Minimum contribution to buy SVD on ETH? its 0.1 ETH or 0.05 ETH? its for KYC needed passport or just ID card?

Minimum contribution is 10€, it should be less than 0,05 ETH.

Level 1: €10 - €849 - capturing name and country of residence
Level 2: €850 - €4.199 - Level 1 + photo of ID card or passport + selfie
Level 3: €4.200 - 8.499€ - Level 1 + Level 2 + proof of address via utility bill (if not included on ID card)
Level 4: >€8.500: Level 1-Level 3 + capturing source of funds
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February 20, 2018, 07:31:38 PM
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The KYC process, how much time it takes? (after the sale ICO or during? What happens if you do not complete the KYC process?)

KYC process can be legally required in specific countries, if you do not complete the KYC process you might not be legally entitled to invest
it involves providing documents to declare who you

Sad but true the scale of KYC seems to greatly depend on both the investors location as well as the companies location. US seems to be the most strict when it comes to securities and KYC requirements. Some ICOs take a more loose requirement and others just spread the minimum requirement across all of their investors to make sure their covered in the future given the whole kyc situation seems to be evolving for crypto constantly

Exactly, KYC varies among countries, it is also stated on most ICOs that successful KYC varies, what this means is, the time Mr. A provides his details and the time Mr. B  provides his does not matter, as both will not be approved same time, even though they applied same day, just as it happened to me and a friend of mine

Hello mate KYC is done in batches after payment confirmation, you'll be notified when it is your turn for the KYC you will receive an email and also it will show up on your dashboard. I don't really know what's going to happen if you miss KYC i will advise you try not to miss it.
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February 20, 2018, 08:11:08 PM
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The KYC process, how much time it takes? (after the sale ICO or during? What happens if you do not complete the KYC process?)

KYC process can be legally required in specific countries, if you do not complete the KYC process you might not be legally entitled to invest
it involves providing documents to declare who you

Sad but true the scale of KYC seems to greatly depend on both the investors location as well as the companies location. US seems to be the most strict when it comes to securities and KYC requirements. Some ICOs take a more loose requirement and others just spread the minimum requirement across all of their investors to make sure their covered in the future given the whole kyc situation seems to be evolving for crypto constantly

Exactly, KYC varies among countries, it is also stated on most ICOs that successful KYC varies, what this means is, the time Mr. A provides his details and the time Mr. B  provides his does not matter, as both will not be approved same time, even though they applied same day, just as it happened to me and a friend of mine

The KYC process is not done for everyone at the same time, it's alot of work.
Unless there is an automated system, they will do it in batches

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February 20, 2018, 08:21:28 PM
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I just bought svd and pais for iT with my ether Wallet account. Will the tokens be transfereer to nyetherwallet?

Hi Tradecoin, please make sure you have sent your ETH to Savedroid in the correct manner with the instructions provided on the Savedroid website.

After you have done this the SVD tokens will be sent out at the end of the token sale which is 09/03/18.

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February 20, 2018, 08:42:39 PM
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Minimum contribution to buy SVD on ETH? its 0.1 ETH or 0.05 ETH? its for KYC needed passport or just ID card?

Minimum contribution is 10€, it should be less than 0,05 ETH.

Level 1: €10 - €849 - capturing name and country of residence
Level 2: €850 - €4.199 - Level 1 + photo of ID card or passport + selfie
Level 3: €4.200 - 8.499€ - Level 1 + Level 2 + proof of address via utility bill (if not included on ID card)
Level 4: >€8.500: Level 1-Level 3 + capturing source of funds


Can somebody explain me why you just can't buy how much you want without doing this ? On exchanges i understand, but why do they do this also in the token sales ?
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February 20, 2018, 08:54:15 PM
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Minimum contribution to buy SVD on ETH? its 0.1 ETH or 0.05 ETH? its for KYC needed passport or just ID card?

Minimum contribution is 10€, it should be less than 0,05 ETH.

Level 1: €10 - €849 - capturing name and country of residence
Level 2: €850 - €4.199 - Level 1 + photo of ID card or passport + selfie
Level 3: €4.200 - 8.499€ - Level 1 + Level 2 + proof of address via utility bill (if not included on ID card)
Level 4: >€8.500: Level 1-Level 3 + capturing source of funds


Can somebody explain me why you just can't buy how much you want without doing this ? On exchanges i understand, but why do they do this also in the token sales ?

I think KYC is needed because;
Cryptocurrency exchanges are beginning to exclude cryptocurrencies that did not properly implement KYC processes.
If an ICO can demonstrate proper KYC then it will be possible for all parties to establish credibility with banks and follow Anti-Money Laundering regulations. Voluntary compliance thus gives a project and its participants a stamp of legitimacy with regulators and banks.
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February 20, 2018, 09:46:25 PM
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The KYC process, how much time it takes? (after the sale ICO or during? What happens if you do not complete the KYC process?)

KYC process can be legally required in specific countries, if you do not complete the KYC process you might not be legally entitled to invest
it involves providing documents to declare who you

Sad but true the scale of KYC seems to greatly depend on both the investors location as well as the companies location. US seems to be the most strict when it comes to securities and KYC requirements. Some ICOs take a more loose requirement and others just spread the minimum requirement across all of their investors to make sure their covered in the future given the whole kyc situation seems to be evolving for crypto constantly

Exactly, KYC varies among countries, it is also stated on most ICOs that successful KYC varies, what this means is, the time Mr. A provides his details and the time Mr. B  provides his does not matter, as both will not be approved same time, even though they applied same day, just as it happened to me and a friend of mine

The KYC process is not done for everyone at the same time, it's alot of work.
Unless there is an automated system, they will do it in batches

They will probably hire an KYC provider that will take care of the KYC process and speed the whole thing up. IDNow, for example, did a lot of KYC processes for several other ICO projects.
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February 20, 2018, 10:10:26 PM
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Minimum contribution to buy SVD on ETH? its 0.1 ETH or 0.05 ETH? its for KYC needed passport or just ID card?

Minimum contribution is 10€, it should be less than 0,05 ETH.

Level 1: €10 - €849 - capturing name and country of residence
Level 2: €850 - €4.199 - Level 1 + photo of ID card or passport + selfie
Level 3: €4.200 - 8.499€ - Level 1 + Level 2 + proof of address via utility bill (if not included on ID card)
Level 4: >€8.500: Level 1-Level 3 + capturing source of funds


Can somebody explain me why you just can't buy how much you want without doing this ? On exchanges i understand, but why do they do this also in the token sales ?

I think KYC is needed because;
Cryptocurrency exchanges are beginning to exclude cryptocurrencies that did not properly implement KYC processes.
If an ICO can demonstrate proper KYC then it will be possible for all parties to establish credibility with banks and follow Anti-Money Laundering regulations. Voluntary compliance thus gives a project and its participants a stamp of legitimacy with regulators and banks.

And also don't forget that most of this cryptocurrency exchange site  ask for verification of identity which is similar to kyc process  before you can withdraw from their sites or to access some specific functions.
I for one don't like kyc because of security reasons
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