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Author Topic: 💰 [ANN][ICO][AGT] 💰 AGATE - Paypal for crypto currencies 💰  (Read 521820 times)
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September 28, 2018, 03:33:22 PM
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There could be many reasons why people would want to open a dispute. AGT is paypal for crypto currencies, can they dispute the transaction with Agate?

Since all transactions are happening on the blockchain and both sender and reciever can track it,there wont be any dispute mechanism.

This dispute mechanism is often abused on paypal by scammers,so im glad that option wont be available on Agate.
Dispute mechanism has made so much bad situations for tons of people on Paypal, glad that cancer won't be available with Agate.
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September 28, 2018, 03:37:22 PM
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How many transactions per second do you expect Agate to be able to handle?

I guess the same amount of transactions as Etherium can since Agate is on Etherium blockchain.

You must be right, but what will happen when ETH switches to POS, will that affect Agate?

I understand your concerns, but that should not affect Agate at all.By the time ETH switches to POS Agate will have its own mainnet and blockchain.
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September 28, 2018, 03:50:46 PM
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How many transactions per second do you expect Agate to be able to handle?

I guess the same amount of transactions as Etherium can since Agate is on Etherium blockchain.

You must be right, but what will happen when ETH switches to POS, will that affect Agate?

Agate is also switching to their own POS blockchain,so that wont affect Agate at all,and i dont Ethereum is few  years away from POS.
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September 28, 2018, 03:52:41 PM
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What will the Agate mobile app offer to us? What features are available?

In Agate’s user app, users can deposit five crypto assets including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, and Ripple. Up to 17 cryptocurrencies are in the development phase and are expected to be released in Q4 2018.Users are able to instantly, and with the best global exchange rate, convert any of their crypto assets to any iFiats in the Agate iFiat Ecosystem.

This is one of the most important elements of Agate because it lets users and merchants send and receive money almost instantly and for free, or users can choose to deposit the cash in their bank accounts or load their cards and use it in over 30,000,000 stores worldwide .
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September 28, 2018, 04:06:07 PM
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How many transactions per second do you expect Agate to be able to handle?

I guess the same amount of transactions as Etherium can since Agate is on Etherium blockchain.

You must be right, but what will happen when ETH switches to POS, will that affect Agate?

Agate is also switching to their own POS blockchain,so that wont affect Agate at all,and i dont Ethereum is few  years away from POS.

What does that switching to POS blockchain mean? Will that affect our tokens?

It just means that Agate will migrate from ETH blockchain to it's own blockchain and you will have to swap you AGT erc-20 tokens for AGT coins on Agate blockchain.
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September 28, 2018, 04:12:43 PM
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How many transactions per second do you expect Agate to be able to handle?

I guess the same amount of transactions as Etherium can since Agate is on Etherium blockchain.

You must be right, but what will happen when ETH switches to POS, will that affect Agate?

Agate is also switching to their own POS blockchain,so that wont affect Agate at all,and i dont Ethereum is few  years away from POS.

What does that switching to POS blockchain mean? Will that affect our tokens?

It just means that Agate will migrate from ETH blockchain to it's own blockchain and you will have to swap you AGT erc-20 tokens for AGT coins on Agate blockchain.

How do we do that?I have never done this kind of thing, how do I learn that?

There is no need to worry.That is almost routine thing, you won't have to do nothing technical, just hold your tokens in a wallet and wait for migration to end.Team will make tutorial when time comes with clear instructions and you will just have to follow them.If something will be unclear you can always ask on Telegram or here for help and people will tell you what to do.
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September 28, 2018, 04:14:36 PM
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What's the distribution plan for tokens that are sold during sale?We gonna get them immediately,or after whole sale is finished?
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September 28, 2018, 04:15:03 PM
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How many transactions per second do you expect Agate to be able to handle?

I guess the same amount of transactions as Etherium can since Agate is on Etherium blockchain.

You must be right, but what will happen when ETH switches to POS, will that affect Agate?

Agate is also switching to their own POS blockchain,so that wont affect Agate at all,and i dont Ethereum is few  years away from POS.

What does that switching to POS blockchain mean? Will that affect our tokens?

It just means that Agate will migrate from ETH blockchain to it's own blockchain and you will have to swap you AGT erc-20 tokens for AGT coins on Agate blockchain.

When do you think that we expect Agate's own blockchain to be ready?
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September 28, 2018, 04:17:51 PM
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How many transactions per second do you expect Agate to be able to handle?

I guess the same amount of transactions as Etherium can since Agate is on Etherium blockchain.

You must be right, but what will happen when ETH switches to POS, will that affect Agate?

Agate is also switching to their own POS blockchain,so that wont affect Agate at all,and i dont Ethereum is few  years away from POS.

What does that switching to POS blockchain mean? Will that affect our tokens?

It just means that Agate will migrate from ETH blockchain to it's own blockchain and you will have to swap you AGT erc-20 tokens for AGT coins on Agate blockchain.

When do you think that we expect Agate's own blockchain to be ready?

Well, according to roadmap Agate main net should be up and running pretty soon.In Q1 2019 already.So shortly after that we can expect a swap to be initiated.
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September 28, 2018, 04:21:11 PM
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What's the distribution plan for tokens that are sold during sale?We gonna get them immediately,or after whole sale is finished?


I presume that distribution will start after the sale ends.That is how teams usually handle the distribution.

What I would like to know is when will Agate wallet be launched?I checked the roadmap and couldn't see it on the roadmap...
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September 28, 2018, 04:24:06 PM
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I see that Agate has partnered not so long ago with Engenesis? Can someone tell what will that partnership bring to Agate? How will Agate benefit from that partnership?
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September 28, 2018, 04:26:21 PM
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What's the distribution plan for tokens that are sold during sale?We gonna get them immediately,or after whole sale is finished?


I presume that distribution will start after the sale ends.That is how teams usually handle the distribution.

What I would like to know is when will Agate wallet be launched?I checked the roadmap and couldn't see it on the roadmap...

I remember that it was said that wallet is already in beta and being tested.I would expect that wallet should be launched in sync with Agate main net being launched to support the swap of tokens to main net.

Can anyone from the team confirm or clarify the situation with main net and wallet please?
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September 28, 2018, 04:37:05 PM
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By looking around and learning about Agate I see that you have a good presence when it comes to marketing and PR at the moment.I would like to know how much funds will you allocate to marketing and PR after ICO ends? Will you hire a PR agency to handle that for you?

It is a good question, marketing is really important aspect of business in today's economy and requires a dedicated team with a proper funding.Agate will allocate a healthy amount of funds for that.How seriously they see that aspect of business is clearly show since they will allocated 40% of funds raised to marketing, same amount allocated to R&D.
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September 29, 2018, 05:25:52 AM
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Any project described as a PayPal for cryptocurrency will surely attract the attention of many, i really can't say i have been a fan of PayPal because it has been a pain in the butt especially with limitations to certain countries and their too many restrictions,
I hope AGATE has a better approach to make things more easier and simpler.

I agree 100%.I want Agate  to drive PayPal out of business so freaking bad, I have had it with that company, they keep on trying to screw me over, but they are still incredibly reliable.  Hopefully, you'll become the next big thing.
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September 29, 2018, 05:56:45 AM
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A must read:10 reasons why Agate wins hands down over single solutions like PundiX, TenX, eCoinmerce and Request Network!

https://medium.com/agatechain/10-reasons-why-agate-wins-hands-down-over-single-solutions-like-pundix-tenx-ecoinmerce-and-831b7b5b7aee
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September 29, 2018, 06:07:20 AM
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A must read:10 reasons why Agate wins hands down over single solutions like PundiX, TenX, eCoinmerce and Request Network!

https://medium.com/agatechain/10-reasons-why-agate-wins-hands-down-over-single-solutions-like-pundix-tenx-ecoinmerce-and-831b7b5b7aee

Thanks for sharing that,an interesting article.For me,best reason is nr 1:

Agate Blockchain: with its high speed and very low transaction fees, the Agate blockchain is way different from the rest. Completely decentralised and highly scalable, the blockchain has Smart Contracts for daily transactions with total reliability and security. A token generator engine and a block explorer to duly record every transaction with transparency are other added highlights.

I think its incredibly important to have your own blockchain when you are dealing with something like ecommerce,so you are not dependant on 3rd party blockchains.
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September 29, 2018, 06:56:09 AM
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A must read:10 reasons why Agate wins hands down over single solutions like PundiX, TenX, eCoinmerce and Request Network!

https://medium.com/agatechain/10-reasons-why-agate-wins-hands-down-over-single-solutions-like-pundix-tenx-ecoinmerce-and-831b7b5b7aee

Thanks for sharing that,an interesting article.For me,best reason is nr 1:

Agate Blockchain: with its high speed and very low transaction fees, the Agate blockchain is way different from the rest. Completely decentralised and highly scalable, the blockchain has Smart Contracts for daily transactions with total reliability and security. A token generator engine and a block explorer to duly record every transaction with transparency are other added highlights.

I think its incredibly important to have your own blockchain when you are dealing with something like ecommerce,so you are not dependant on 3rd party blockchains.

Competition is fierce,many news ICOs coming every day trying to solve similar problems Agate is,so you really have keep repasting what you offer,and keep mentioning your advantages over competition,informing the community!
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September 29, 2018, 07:54:41 AM
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What's the distribution plan for tokens that are sold during sale?We gonna get them immediately,or after whole sale is finished?


I presume that distribution will start after the sale ends.That is how teams usually handle the distribution.

What I would like to know is when will Agate wallet be launched?I checked the roadmap and couldn't see it on the roadmap...

I remember that it was said that wallet is already in beta and being tested.I would expect that wallet should be launched in sync with Agate main net being launched to support the swap of tokens to main net.

Can anyone from the team confirm or clarify the situation with main net and wallet please?

Agate wallet already supports  BTC,LTC,XRP,ETH and BCH,and by the end of Q4 2018 it will support up to 17 cryptocurrencies.
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September 29, 2018, 08:18:46 AM
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A must read:10 reasons why Agate wins hands down over single solutions like PundiX, TenX, eCoinmerce and Request Network!

https://medium.com/agatechain/10-reasons-why-agate-wins-hands-down-over-single-solutions-like-pundix-tenx-ecoinmerce-and-831b7b5b7aee

Thanks for sharing that,an interesting article.For me,best reason is nr 1:

Agate Blockchain: with its high speed and very low transaction fees, the Agate blockchain is way different from the rest. Completely decentralised and highly scalable, the blockchain has Smart Contracts for daily transactions with total reliability and security. A token generator engine and a block explorer to duly record every transaction with transparency are other added highlights.

I think its incredibly important to have your own blockchain when you are dealing with something like ecommerce,so you are not dependant on 3rd party blockchains.

Competition is fierce,many news ICOs coming every day trying to solve similar problems Agate is,so you really have keep repasting what you offer,and keep mentioning your advantages over competition,informing the community!

It's good to have competition on a market, given the Agate's advantages I belive that they will not have any difficulties during the sale.
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September 29, 2018, 08:26:28 AM
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A must read:10 reasons why Agate wins hands down over single solutions like PundiX, TenX, eCoinmerce and Request Network!

https://medium.com/agatechain/10-reasons-why-agate-wins-hands-down-over-single-solutions-like-pundix-tenx-ecoinmerce-and-831b7b5b7aee

Thanks for sharing that,an interesting article.For me,best reason is nr 1:

Agate Blockchain: with its high speed and very low transaction fees, the Agate blockchain is way different from the rest. Completely decentralised and highly scalable, the blockchain has Smart Contracts for daily transactions with total reliability and security. A token generator engine and a block explorer to duly record every transaction with transparency are other added highlights.

I think its incredibly important to have your own blockchain when you are dealing with something like ecommerce,so you are not dependant on 3rd party blockchains.

Competition is fierce,many news ICOs coming every day trying to solve similar problems Agate is,so you really have keep repasting what you offer,and keep mentioning your advantages over competition,informing the community!

It's good to have competition on a market, given the Agate's advantages I belive that they will not have any difficulties during the sale.

They should definitely not fear a bit of competition IMO. If they stick to the plan everything should work out.
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