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Author Topic: 💰 [ANN][ICO][AGT] 💰 AGATE - Paypal for crypto currencies 💰  (Read 521805 times)
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October 02, 2018, 07:40:28 AM
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Will merchants have to pay expenses if something goes wrong with their POS terminal?
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October 02, 2018, 07:48:42 AM
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Will merchants have to pay expenses if something goes wrong with their POS terminal?


Since merchants have to buy them, i belive that POS terminals will have warranty period.
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October 02, 2018, 08:15:46 AM
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Will merchants have to pay expenses if something goes wrong with their POS terminal?


Since merchants have to buy them, i belive that POS terminals will have warranty period.

Just like most technologu providers - they should definitely have some kind of warranty.
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October 02, 2018, 01:41:43 PM
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Will merchants have to pay expenses if something goes wrong with their POS terminal?


Since merchants have to buy them, i belive that POS terminals will have warranty period.

I think it all depends on the company that will partner eith Agate to provide these.
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October 02, 2018, 03:59:43 PM
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Will merchants have to pay expenses if something goes wrong with their POS terminal?


Since merchants have to buy them, i belive that POS terminals will have warranty period.

I think it all depends on the company that will partner eith Agate to provide these.

Has anything been announced in regards to that? That could heavily impact the sales, for better or worse.
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October 02, 2018, 04:08:33 PM
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Will merchants have to pay expenses if something goes wrong with their POS terminal?


Since merchants have to buy them, i belive that POS terminals will have warranty period.

I think it all depends on the company that will partner eith Agate to provide these.

Considwring that this is standard for all technical devices we don't have to question this.
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October 02, 2018, 04:13:53 PM
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Don't you think it's a vague style to start presenting your project with "Google for-" "Paypal for-" and the like indexes? It just mitigates any value proposition
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October 02, 2018, 04:51:38 PM
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Will merchants have to pay expenses if something goes wrong with their POS terminal?


Since merchants have to buy them, i belive that POS terminals will have warranty period.

I think it all depends on the company that will partner eith Agate to provide these.

Has anything been announced in regards to that? That could heavily impact the sales, for better or worse.

No need to be so worried about it, it has a warranty for sure, no manufacturer can afford to not offer warranty with their product today.
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October 02, 2018, 04:57:31 PM
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What do I need to do to buy Agate? How much I need to invest to be able to buy some?

You need to go to Agate website and you can buy Agate from there.Minimum investment is 60 dollars.

Can I buy with credit card or only with cryptocurrencies? I would like to buy more, but withdrawal fee on exchange is killing me  Huh

No, unfortunately credit card is not supported, there is simply too much troubles dealing with credit card payments.

Why is that? What are the problems with using credit cards for crypto? It would be much easier to buy tokens with credit card.

Since it is so easy nowdays to buy crypto with your credit card from various exchanges like Kraken or Coinbase,no need to involove credit cards in ICOs,it would just complicate things.And you can anwyay buy Agate with basically all major cryptocurrencies(BTC,ETH,LTC,Dash,BCH)

For new people to crypto credit card seems like an easier solution and better one, but if you scratch the surface a bit and learn you see how easy it is to get crypto and use it.
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October 02, 2018, 04:58:54 PM
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Will merchants have to pay expenses if something goes wrong with their POS terminal?


Since merchants have to buy them, i belive that POS terminals will have warranty period.

Only some merchants will have to buys them, remember merchants that invest in presale get them for free and you also have option to use mobile POS.
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October 02, 2018, 05:00:37 PM
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Don't you think it's a vague style to start presenting your project with "Google for-" "Paypal for-" and the like indexes? It just mitigates any value proposition

I would say it is a very smart way to do it.It points exactly to what it is similar to that people already understand.You avoid a lot of uncertainty that way.
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October 02, 2018, 05:00:46 PM
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Will merchants have to pay expenses if something goes wrong with their POS terminal?


Since merchants have to buy them, i belive that POS terminals will have warranty period.

I think it all depends on the company that will partner eith Agate to provide these.

Has anything been announced in regards to that? That could heavily impact the sales, for better or worse.

No need to be so worried about it, it has a warranty for sure, no manufacturer can afford to not offer warranty with their product today.

There will be warranty for 1 year. And those POS are not that expensive anyway, that won't be an issue at all i think
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October 02, 2018, 05:02:48 PM
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Don't you think it's a vague style to start presenting your project with "Google for-" "Paypal for-" and the like indexes? It just mitigates any value proposition

I would say it is a very smart way to do it.It points exactly to what it is similar to that people already understand.You avoid a lot of uncertainty that way.

Right, people go Agate what is that? Then they see that it is Paypal like and you get - Agate? Oh yes, thing like Paypal with almost no fees and instant transactions and much more options!  Grin
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October 02, 2018, 05:05:58 PM
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Will merchants have to pay expenses if something goes wrong with their POS terminal?


Since merchants have to buy them, i belive that POS terminals will have warranty period.

I think it all depends on the company that will partner eith Agate to provide these.

Has anything been announced in regards to that? That could heavily impact the sales, for better or worse.

No need to be so worried about it, it has a warranty for sure, no manufacturer can afford to not offer warranty with their product today.

There will be warranty for 1 year. And those POS are not that expensive anyway, that won't be an issue at all i think

Finally someone that said it.There is warranty and there is no need to worry.
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October 02, 2018, 05:31:13 PM
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Don't you think it's a vague style to start presenting your project with "Google for-" "Paypal for-" and the like indexes? It just mitigates any value proposition

I would say it is a very smart way to do it.It points exactly to what it is similar to that people already understand.You avoid a lot of uncertainty that way.

Right, people go Agate what is that? Then they see that it is Paypal like and you get - Agate? Oh yes, thing like Paypal with almost no fees and instant transactions and much more options!  Grin

Exactly,you need some reference point when you try to epxlian something new,so mentioning PayPal is actually smart thing to do.
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October 02, 2018, 05:39:25 PM
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Can you share your token details(smart contract adress,decimal etc) so i can add it to my custom wallet balance.
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October 02, 2018, 05:52:59 PM
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I saw that one of the problems you plan to solve with Agate is that business suppliers  dont like  use cryptocurrency.How you plan to srt that part,make them more opened to crypto?
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October 02, 2018, 06:14:24 PM
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What do I need to do to buy Agate? How much I need to invest to be able to buy some?

You need to go to Agate website and you can buy Agate from there.Minimum investment is 60 dollars.

Can I buy with credit card or only with cryptocurrencies? I would like to buy more, but withdrawal fee on exchange is killing me  Huh

No, unfortunately credit card is not supported, there is simply too much troubles dealing with credit card payments.

Why is that? What are the problems with using credit cards for crypto? It would be much easier to buy tokens with credit card.

Since it is so easy nowdays to buy crypto with your credit card from various exchanges like Kraken or Coinbase,no need to involove credit cards in ICOs,it would just complicate things.And you can anwyay buy Agate with basically all major cryptocurrencies(BTC,ETH,LTC,Dash,BCH)

For new people to crypto credit card seems like an easier solution and better one, but if you scratch the surface a bit and learn you see how easy it is to get crypto and use it.

Yes i agree,this should be first step when coming to crypto-buying some BTC via exchange,and then investing in some ICO like Agate.
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October 02, 2018, 07:07:45 PM
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Don't you think it's a vague style to start presenting your project with "Google for-" "Paypal for-" and the like indexes? It just mitigates any value proposition

I would say it is a very smart way to do it.It points exactly to what it is similar to that people already understand.You avoid a lot of uncertainty that way.

Right, people go Agate what is that? Then they see that it is Paypal like and you get - Agate? Oh yes, thing like Paypal with almost no fees and instant transactions and much more options!  Grin

Exactly,you need some reference point when you try to epxlian something new,so mentioning PayPal is actually smart thing to do.

Crypto is still a new market so lots of projects needs to use reference.
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October 02, 2018, 07:37:48 PM
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What will be transaction fees, when all this conversions kick in? Fee will be in AGT right
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