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April 19, 2018, 08:29:52 AM
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Well, the private key generated by you sounds more or less like the pin of the cards delivered in a closed envelop. The point is that a card issuer can rely on a kind of trust of customers as they are well known and established all over the world.

In your case the biggest problem I see is how to create enough trust in your potential customers to solve their concerns about possible abuses or scams. Maybe you could partner with some known and trusted brand, but why they should do that?
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April 19, 2018, 09:32:05 AM
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That's really good idea to start a new Crypto project right now. I already involved myself in a project like-SciDex. Looks like a promising and results-oriented project. Because a great team is always working on it. They are eager for getting the success. Smiley
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