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December 30, 2018, 01:18:29 PM
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Are tokens reserved for the team going to be locked? And tokens sold to partners?
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December 30, 2018, 01:23:30 PM
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Does the referral thing still count? Do we get any kind of reward for referring new investors?
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December 30, 2018, 01:25:49 PM
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Do you plan to keep same price of 1 AGT during public sale?In presale it was 0,076 USD per token.

I certainly hope so, I think it would be unfair to change the price for the public sale.

I only wish if they change their opinion and offer bonus during public sale, as for now they don't have plans for that.

Instead of asking here it is very good to ask them in their telegram group because most of the admin of this project is not active here, so it is good your questions will be answered in telegram channels because some admin will be active in that group.

Admins are helpful there, true. It is faster way to get some info then asking here.
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December 30, 2018, 09:09:58 PM
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Does the referral thing still count? Do we get any kind of reward for referring new investors?

But how can you refer new investors if sale is not going on?
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December 30, 2018, 10:42:37 PM
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Are tokens reserved for the team going to be locked? And tokens sold to partners?

Im sure team tokens will be locked,that is standard practice in very ICO so no point for Agate team to do anything else.
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December 31, 2018, 12:57:13 PM
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Can you tell the incentives that you plan to offer to merchants and regular users to use Agate? How many users do you expect to have using the platform in first 6 months after the launch?

This will be the key problem, to get all those retailers on board, and so far we see that they are doing good job regarding that.


It is a good thing that Agate is getting those big retailer chains with them,it will be much easier to attract smaller ones later on,when they see that big chains are using Agate solutions.

The most important question is what is the point for networks to switch to this method of payment? I do not see any normal business owner and who knows how to count the numbers who would agree to work under such conditions.

Lower fees i think, as usually card companies take 2-3% from every transaction,an with agate having much lower fees,it should pay off easily.

What will be the fee for transaction on agate platform?

Transaction fee will be 0.1 AGT. Thats considerably less than standards fees.
That is almost as having no fees if we are being honest here.

If there is such a low fee, how will the miners then earn from mining AGT?

I think there will be no mining when it comes to Agate. Agate will be POS.

Cool, so we can stake AGT.What will we need to be able to stake AGT? Only hold AGT and have a wallet or?

Since it will be proof of stake system,it will be abit more complicated than that.

It is not more complicated than that. In a standard proof of stake system you will get rewarded according to the overall stake you hold in the network if the tokens are in your wallet.
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January 01, 2019, 10:56:24 PM
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Can you tell the incentives that you plan to offer to merchants and regular users to use Agate? How many users do you expect to have using the platform in first 6 months after the launch?

This will be the key problem, to get all those retailers on board, and so far we see that they are doing good job regarding that.


It is a good thing that Agate is getting those big retailer chains with them,it will be much easier to attract smaller ones later on,when they see that big chains are using Agate solutions.

The most important question is what is the point for networks to switch to this method of payment? I do not see any normal business owner and who knows how to count the numbers who would agree to work under such conditions.

Lower fees i think, as usually card companies take 2-3% from every transaction,an with agate having much lower fees,it should pay off easily.

What will be the fee for transaction on agate platform?

Transaction fee will be 0.1 AGT. Thats considerably less than standards fees.
That is almost as having no fees if we are being honest here.

If there is such a low fee, how will the miners then earn from mining AGT?

I think there will be no mining when it comes to Agate. Agate will be POS.

Cool, so we can stake AGT.What will we need to be able to stake AGT? Only hold AGT and have a wallet or?

Since it will be proof of stake system,it will be abit more complicated than that.

It is not more complicated than that. In a standard proof of stake system you will get rewarded according to the overall stake you hold in the network if the tokens are in your wallet.

But i dont think that you can stake tokens in your own wallet in POS.
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January 02, 2019, 03:41:23 PM
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Can you tell the incentives that you plan to offer to merchants and regular users to use Agate? How many users do you expect to have using the platform in first 6 months after the launch?

This will be the key problem, to get all those retailers on board, and so far we see that they are doing good job regarding that.


It is a good thing that Agate is getting those big retailer chains with them,it will be much easier to attract smaller ones later on,when they see that big chains are using Agate solutions.

The most important question is what is the point for networks to switch to this method of payment? I do not see any normal business owner and who knows how to count the numbers who would agree to work under such conditions.

Lower fees i think, as usually card companies take 2-3% from every transaction,an with agate having much lower fees,it should pay off easily.

What will be the fee for transaction on agate platform?

Transaction fee will be 0.1 AGT. Thats considerably less than standards fees.
That is almost as having no fees if we are being honest here.

If there is such a low fee, how will the miners then earn from mining AGT?

I think there will be no mining when it comes to Agate. Agate will be POS.

Cool, so we can stake AGT.What will we need to be able to stake AGT? Only hold AGT and have a wallet or?

Since it will be proof of stake system,it will be abit more complicated than that.

It is not more complicated than that. In a standard proof of stake system you will get rewarded according to the overall stake you hold in the network if the tokens are in your wallet.

But i dont think that you can stake tokens in your own wallet in POS.

You will have to stake through pools, staking with wallet is not possible with Agate.
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January 02, 2019, 03:44:51 PM
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Does the referral thing still count? Do we get any kind of reward for referring new investors?

But how can you refer new investors if sale is not going on?

Well I can't now while sale is suspended, but I want to know if it will still be active when sale starts again.
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January 02, 2019, 03:50:26 PM
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Can you tell the incentives that you plan to offer to merchants and regular users to use Agate? How many users do you expect to have using the platform in first 6 months after the launch?

This will be the key problem, to get all those retailers on board, and so far we see that they are doing good job regarding that.


It is a good thing that Agate is getting those big retailer chains with them,it will be much easier to attract smaller ones later on,when they see that big chains are using Agate solutions.

The most important question is what is the point for networks to switch to this method of payment? I do not see any normal business owner and who knows how to count the numbers who would agree to work under such conditions.

Lower fees i think, as usually card companies take 2-3% from every transaction,an with agate having much lower fees,it should pay off easily.

What will be the fee for transaction on agate platform?

Transaction fee will be 0.1 AGT. Thats considerably less than standards fees.
That is almost as having no fees if we are being honest here.

If there is such a low fee, how will the miners then earn from mining AGT?

I think there will be no mining when it comes to Agate. Agate will be POS.

Cool, so we can stake AGT.What will we need to be able to stake AGT? Only hold AGT and have a wallet or?

Since it will be proof of stake system,it will be abit more complicated than that.

Yeah, it won't be a wallet kind of staking, it will be staking through pools.

How will that work? I have never tried staking that way before, usually you have a wallet and you put it in the staking mode and that is it.How much AGT do we need to stake? Is 1 AGT for example going to be enough to theoretically stake?

When Agate main net is released then you will have more public pools and you will be able to join them and then stake your AGT in one of the pools you choose. If that option is not for you,  you can also run your own masternode instead.
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January 02, 2019, 03:53:22 PM
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Any news about main net release, team said Q1 2019., so it would be nice to get some updates on that so we can prepare for beta.
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January 02, 2019, 03:56:12 PM
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Can you tell the incentives that you plan to offer to merchants and regular users to use Agate? How many users do you expect to have using the platform in first 6 months after the launch?

This will be the key problem, to get all those retailers on board, and so far we see that they are doing good job regarding that.


It is a good thing that Agate is getting those big retailer chains with them,it will be much easier to attract smaller ones later on,when they see that big chains are using Agate solutions.

The most important question is what is the point for networks to switch to this method of payment? I do not see any normal business owner and who knows how to count the numbers who would agree to work under such conditions.

Lower fees i think, as usually card companies take 2-3% from every transaction,an with agate having much lower fees,it should pay off easily.

What will be the fee for transaction on agate platform?

Transaction fee will be 0.1 AGT. Thats considerably less than standards fees.
That is almost as having no fees if we are being honest here.

If there is such a low fee, how will the miners then earn from mining AGT?

I think there will be no mining when it comes to Agate. Agate will be POS.

Cool, so we can stake AGT.What will we need to be able to stake AGT? Only hold AGT and have a wallet or?

Since it will be proof of stake system,it will be abit more complicated than that.

Yeah, it won't be a wallet kind of staking, it will be staking through pools.

How will that work? I have never tried staking that way before, usually you have a wallet and you put it in the staking mode and that is it.How much AGT do we need to stake? Is 1 AGT for example going to be enough to theoretically stake?

When Agate main net is released then you will have more public pools and you will be able to join them and then stake your AGT in one of the pools you choose. If that option is not for you,  you can also run your own masternode instead.

What are the requirements to run your own masternode? I presume it won't be cheap to run one on your own.
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January 02, 2019, 04:00:53 PM
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Any news about main net release, team said Q1 2019., so it would be nice to get some updates on that so we can prepare for beta.

I'm pretty sure there will be an update soon since we are finally in 2019. and things are improving with the market along with more and more good news coming in like Bakkt.ICO's should recover a bit with their ETH tied funds so I expect everything to pick up the pace in the coming weeks.
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January 02, 2019, 04:04:21 PM
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Can you tell the incentives that you plan to offer to merchants and regular users to use Agate? How many users do you expect to have using the platform in first 6 months after the launch?

This will be the key problem, to get all those retailers on board, and so far we see that they are doing good job regarding that.


It is a good thing that Agate is getting those big retailer chains with them,it will be much easier to attract smaller ones later on,when they see that big chains are using Agate solutions.

The most important question is what is the point for networks to switch to this method of payment? I do not see any normal business owner and who knows how to count the numbers who would agree to work under such conditions.

Lower fees i think, as usually card companies take 2-3% from every transaction,an with agate having much lower fees,it should pay off easily.

What will be the fee for transaction on agate platform?

Transaction fee will be 0.1 AGT. Thats considerably less than standards fees.
That is almost as having no fees if we are being honest here.

If there is such a low fee, how will the miners then earn from mining AGT?

I think there will be no mining when it comes to Agate. Agate will be POS.

Cool, so we can stake AGT.What will we need to be able to stake AGT? Only hold AGT and have a wallet or?

Since it will be proof of stake system,it will be abit more complicated than that.

Yeah, it won't be a wallet kind of staking, it will be staking through pools.

How will that work? I have never tried staking that way before, usually you have a wallet and you put it in the staking mode and that is it.How much AGT do we need to stake? Is 1 AGT for example going to be enough to theoretically stake?

When Agate main net is released then you will have more public pools and you will be able to join them and then stake your AGT in one of the pools you choose. If that option is not for you,  you can also run your own masternode instead.

What are the requirements to run your own masternode? I presume it won't be cheap to run one on your own.

You will need to have 50k AGT tokens to run the masternode, so if you pick up the calculator you will see that it will actually be cheaper the most of the masternodes so far.
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January 02, 2019, 04:10:02 PM
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Can you tell the incentives that you plan to offer to merchants and regular users to use Agate? How many users do you expect to have using the platform in first 6 months after the launch?

This will be the key problem, to get all those retailers on board, and so far we see that they are doing good job regarding that.


It is a good thing that Agate is getting those big retailer chains with them,it will be much easier to attract smaller ones later on,when they see that big chains are using Agate solutions.

The most important question is what is the point for networks to switch to this method of payment? I do not see any normal business owner and who knows how to count the numbers who would agree to work under such conditions.

Lower fees i think, as usually card companies take 2-3% from every transaction,an with agate having much lower fees,it should pay off easily.

What will be the fee for transaction on agate platform?

Transaction fee will be 0.1 AGT. Thats considerably less than standards fees.
That is almost as having no fees if we are being honest here.

If there is such a low fee, how will the miners then earn from mining AGT?

I think there will be no mining when it comes to Agate. Agate will be POS.

Cool, so we can stake AGT.What will we need to be able to stake AGT? Only hold AGT and have a wallet or?

Since it will be proof of stake system,it will be abit more complicated than that.

Yeah, it won't be a wallet kind of staking, it will be staking through pools.

How will that work? I have never tried staking that way before, usually you have a wallet and you put it in the staking mode and that is it.How much AGT do we need to stake? Is 1 AGT for example going to be enough to theoretically stake?

When Agate main net is released then you will have more public pools and you will be able to join them and then stake your AGT in one of the pools you choose. If that option is not for you,  you can also run your own masternode instead.

What are the requirements to run your own masternode? I presume it won't be cheap to run one on your own.

You will need to have 50k AGT tokens to run the masternode, so if you pick up the calculator you will see that it will actually be cheaper the most of the masternodes so far.

It turns out that we need 3.8k USD to run masternode, that is not that cheap to me lol 

Do we have any estimations on ROI or that is still completely unknown?
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January 02, 2019, 11:03:42 PM
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Why would masternode be cheap?And i dont think that $3800 is a lot of money for that.

In case you cant afford that,you can always join some other pool.

What is the advantage of having your own masternode, compared to joining some public pool?
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January 03, 2019, 12:38:45 AM
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Any news about main net release, team said Q1 2019., so it would be nice to get some updates on that so we can prepare for beta.

I'm pretty sure there will be an update soon since we are finally in 2019. and things are improving with the market along with more and more good news coming in like Bakkt.ICO's should recover a bit with their ETH tied funds so I expect everything to pick up the pace in the coming weeks.

Market is slowly recovering,so this might be good time to start with the public sale.
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January 03, 2019, 08:24:43 PM
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Any news about main net release, team said Q1 2019., so it would be nice to get some updates on that so we can prepare for beta.

I'm pretty sure there will be an update soon since we are finally in 2019. and things are improving with the market along with more and more good news coming in like Bakkt.ICO's should recover a bit with their ETH tied funds so I expect everything to pick up the pace in the coming weeks.

Market is slowly recovering,so this might be good time to start with the public sale.

I think it is better to time public sale with mainnet release ,for betetr effect.
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January 03, 2019, 10:33:40 PM
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Why you decided to switch on POS? Isnt ethereum blockchain good enough for your purposes,especially now with these changes that are coming?
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Is it still possible to invest as private investor?I see that option available on your website
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