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November 23, 2018, 05:54:21 PM
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The idea of the project is great, but the submission is rather sketchy. Especially the mandatory KYC also reduces the attractiveness of the project. Hopefully these two things will be fixed soon.


KYC is mandatory for the ICO; not for the exchange as soon as you use it in a semi-decentralized way and trading only crypto assets.

I think you guys should state this explicitly as people like me don't want to go through the KYC process on an exchange.

We could highlight it more (it is said in the WP: user can use the exchange in a centralized or decentralized way, with, or without KYC; but without KYC it closes the door to many cool feature such as Fx, stocks, payment, some lending options, etc.).

Therefore Jarvis can be used in a total anonymous way, but only with crypto and Dapps that does not require any KYC.

I am personnally shared: while I love do not pass KYC, I also love Fx trading... so I will be forced to go through Smiley


But you mention something very important: we should highlight it WAY MORE so we do not lose potential users Smiley Thanks a lot for your feedback.

On a side note, may I ask you why it is so important for you? And why you wouldn't want to go through a KYC procedure?
therefore the kyc is obligatory to invest in the ico, but if one wants to use only the crypto part of the future exchange can do it also anonymously without having to pass the kyc procedure, very well, good to know...
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November 23, 2018, 07:05:27 PM
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Accepting fiat is something all icos should do.

Back then they weren't and that was wise. Because they were getting ether when eth was 300$ and when ico over it was becoming 1000$

Right now it is the opposite, unfortunately.


Sorry but I disagree with you, the point of an ICO is to exchange coins for coins ( when we talk about ecosystems like ethereum and Neo, tokens) or else you can just search for VC or post your project on kickstarter

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November 23, 2018, 07:26:48 PM
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The idea of the project is great, but the submission is rather sketchy. Especially the mandatory KYC also reduces the attractiveness of the project. Hopefully these two things will be fixed soon.


KYC is mandatory for the ICO; not for the exchange as soon as you use it in a semi-decentralized way and trading only crypto assets.

I think you guys should state this explicitly as people like me don't want to go through the KYC process on an exchange.

We could highlight it more (it is said in the WP: user can use the exchange in a centralized or decentralized way, with, or without KYC; but without KYC it closes the door to many cool feature such as Fx, stocks, payment, some lending options, etc.).

Therefore Jarvis can be used in a total anonymous way, but only with crypto and Dapps that does not require any KYC.

I am personnally shared: while I love do not pass KYC, I also love Fx trading... so I will be forced to go through Smiley


But you mention something very important: we should highlight it WAY MORE so we do not lose potential users Smiley Thanks a lot for your feedback.

On a side note, may I ask you why it is so important for you? And why you wouldn't want to go through a KYC procedure?
therefore the kyc is obligatory to invest in the ico, but if one wants to use only the crypto part of the future exchange can do it also anonymously without having to pass the kyc procedure, very well, good to know...
Those who do not want to go through the procedure of KYC will be able to wait for the listing and buy these tokens. I hope after ICO team can get good listing.
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November 23, 2018, 08:46:08 PM
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Accepting fiat is something all icos should do.

Back then they weren't and that was wise. Because they were getting ether when eth was 300$ and when ico over it was becoming 1000$

Right now it is the opposite, unfortunately.


Sorry but I disagree with you, the point of an ICO is to exchange coins for coins ( when we talk about ecosystems like ethereum and Neo, tokens) or else you can just search for VC or post your project on kickstarter

There is no real definition, nor rules; ICO is to issue a token. It could be in exchange of nothing, of an action, or money (in a form of fiat or coin). But in our case this why we accept fiat : https://medium.com/@jarvisedge/why-the-jarvis-tge-is-not-limited-to-crypto-3f6488c6da6f

Borderless Trading and Interoperable Finance with Jarvis Exchange (https://www.jarvis.exchange/)
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November 23, 2018, 08:50:26 PM
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The idea of the project is great, but the submission is rather sketchy. Especially the mandatory KYC also reduces the attractiveness of the project. Hopefully these two things will be fixed soon.


KYC is mandatory for the ICO; not for the exchange as soon as you use it in a semi-decentralized way and trading only crypto assets.

I think you guys should state this explicitly as people like me don't want to go through the KYC process on an exchange.

We could highlight it more (it is said in the WP: user can use the exchange in a centralized or decentralized way, with, or without KYC; but without KYC it closes the door to many cool feature such as Fx, stocks, payment, some lending options, etc.).

Therefore Jarvis can be used in a total anonymous way, but only with crypto and Dapps that does not require any KYC.

I am personnally shared: while I love do not pass KYC, I also love Fx trading... so I will be forced to go through Smiley


But you mention something very important: we should highlight it WAY MORE so we do not lose potential users Smiley Thanks a lot for your feedback.

On a side note, may I ask you why it is so important for you? And why you wouldn't want to go through a KYC procedure?
therefore the kyc is obligatory to invest in the ico, but if one wants to use only the crypto part of the future exchange can do it also anonymously without having to pass the kyc procedure, very well, good to know...
Those who do not want to go through the procedure of KYC will be able to wait for the listing and buy these tokens. I hope after ICO team can get good listing.

Our strategy is not to list our toke very soon, and not on other exchanges; at least not at launch; the token is not designed to be traded, but to be kept, held, and to receive revenue from it. Listing on a big exchange can make your project more known, but it is spending crazy amount of money. We are not raising fund to fill the pocket of other exchanges, but to deliver an exchange that could outrun what currently exist.

I know doing that we will not attract the money of pure speculator, but it is not an issue if can avoind all the "when listing, when moon" Smiley

But there is way more benefit to buy the token during the ICO, rather than when it hits exchanges.

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November 23, 2018, 09:31:38 PM
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Sorry but I disagree with you, the point of an ICO is to exchange coins for coins ( when we talk about ecosystems like ethereum and Neo, tokens) or else you can just search for VC or post your project on kickstarter

There is no real definition, nor rules; ICO is to issue a token. It could be in exchange of nothing, of an action, or money (in a form of fiat or coin). But in our case this why we accept fiat : https://medium.com/@jarvisedge/why-the-jarvis-tge-is-not-limited-to-crypto-3f6488c6da6f

For a crypto project raising money is nowadays very hard. It makes no sense to make it even harder by only accepting crpyocurrencies. In this specific case it makes even more sense for Jarvis to include fiat as accepted currencies because you can trade stocks to crypto, to commodities or to fiat on their exchange.
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November 23, 2018, 09:36:08 PM
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As I see exchange launch in Q1 2019 (probably in March). But why no info in roadmap about beta exchange launch? As I know almost all exchanges have beta testing before full launch.

If they didn't mention anything about the beta stage means then definitely already they developed a beta website. I hope it is very good to ask them in their telegram group to get updates about their progress.

I think, that if it was needed, we already knew this information.
the team does not consider, that it unnecessary for us so far.
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November 23, 2018, 10:15:53 PM
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As I see exchange launch in Q1 2019 (probably in March). But why no info in roadmap about beta exchange launch? As I know almost all exchanges have beta testing before full launch.

As far as I know, they are working on the project since 2 years and beta already exists.


It Would be pretty exciting to see the MVP.
I'm pretty curious on how everything works.
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November 23, 2018, 10:27:07 PM
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as I look at the roadmap, that presale will soon take place and there are still 2 more days until next December. There will be a 30% bonus to anyone who contributed here. The bonus offer is large enough, it looks like there will be a lot of interest here.

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November 23, 2018, 10:29:18 PM
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Sorry but I disagree with you, the point of an ICO is to exchange coins for coins ( when we talk about ecosystems like ethereum and Neo, tokens) or else you can just search for VC or post your project on kickstarter

There is no real definition, nor rules; ICO is to issue a token. It could be in exchange of nothing, of an action, or money (in a form of fiat or coin). But in our case this why we accept fiat : https://medium.com/@jarvisedge/why-the-jarvis-tge-is-not-limited-to-crypto-3f6488c6da6f

For a crypto project raising money is nowadays very hard. It makes no sense to make it even harder by only accepting crpyocurrencies. In this specific case it makes even more sense for Jarvis to include fiat as accepted currencies because you can trade stocks to crypto, to commodities or to fiat on their exchange.

i agree, the current market is not making this easy for everyone. they should adjust and make a lil bit easier for potential investors. jarvis is in the right track. i guess. you should not be limited from the norm that you grow up with.

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November 23, 2018, 11:00:48 PM
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As I see exchange launch in Q1 2019 (probably in March). But why no info in roadmap about beta exchange launch? As I know almost all exchanges have beta testing before full launch.

As far as I know, they are working on the project since 2 years and beta already exists.


It Would be pretty exciting to see the MVP.
I'm pretty curious on how everything works.


One video of the trading interface is on YTB Wink

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November 23, 2018, 11:01:32 PM
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Sorry but I disagree with you, the point of an ICO is to exchange coins for coins ( when we talk about ecosystems like ethereum and Neo, tokens) or else you can just search for VC or post your project on kickstarter

There is no real definition, nor rules; ICO is to issue a token. It could be in exchange of nothing, of an action, or money (in a form of fiat or coin). But in our case this why we accept fiat : https://medium.com/@jarvisedge/why-the-jarvis-tge-is-not-limited-to-crypto-3f6488c6da6f

For a crypto project raising money is nowadays very hard. It makes no sense to make it even harder by only accepting crpyocurrencies. In this specific case it makes even more sense for Jarvis to include fiat as accepted currencies because you can trade stocks to crypto, to commodities or to fiat on their exchange.

And also, everyone should understand that we are bringin non-crypto people ! These people do not have any ETH ! It will be their very first ICO.

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November 24, 2018, 12:04:05 AM
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And also, everyone should understand that we are bringin non-crypto people ! These people do not have any ETH ! It will be their very first ICO.

That is an admirable ambition, however...

How many people have not heard about crypto yet? With the amount of crypto news that has percolated through to the mainstream by now that number is not that big anymore.

And for those who have heard about crypto but did not get involved before, the current crypto climate is not exactly welcoming.
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November 24, 2018, 07:21:46 AM
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And also, everyone should understand that we are bringin non-crypto people ! These people do not have any ETH ! It will be their very first ICO.

That is an admirable ambition, however...

How many people have not heard about crypto yet? With the amount of crypto news that has percolated through to the mainstream by now that number is not that big anymore.

And for those who have heard about crypto but did not get involved before, the current crypto climate is not exactly welcoming.

I agree. Many people have heard about it but they also have heard about the volatility and the latest crashes. These people are needed but they must find trust in crypto before they enter. Maybe regulation can achieve that.
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November 24, 2018, 07:25:26 AM
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Crypto is quite hard to understand for people and probably don't even need to but still can be used through some service provided to them.

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November 24, 2018, 09:15:04 AM
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And also, everyone should understand that we are bringin non-crypto people ! These people do not have any ETH ! It will be their very first ICO.

That is an admirable ambition, however...

How many people have not heard about crypto yet? With the amount of crypto news that has percolated through to the mainstream by now that number is not that big anymore.

And for those who have heard about crypto but did not get involved before, the current crypto climate is not exactly welcoming.

when news speak about Bitcoin (because they talk about crypto, they talk about BTC only), they present it like if it's playmoney, they don't say that there hundreds of crypto currencies, what is the blockchain, why blockchains are secure decentralized....and so on

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November 24, 2018, 09:29:38 AM
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And also, everyone should understand that we are bringin non-crypto people ! These people do not have any ETH ! It will be their very first ICO.

That is an admirable ambition, however...

How many people have not heard about crypto yet? With the amount of crypto news that has percolated through to the mainstream by now that number is not that big anymore.

And for those who have heard about crypto but did not get involved before, the current crypto climate is not exactly welcoming.

Its true that now its not the best time to join crypto but i doubt we will ever see such a blooming market as it was in fall 2017 but at least Jarvis are trying to connect fiat trading in stocks to crypto trading and i can see how this can be beneficial to crypto economy. 

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November 24, 2018, 11:15:22 AM
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Hi Team,

I have seen you will accept Fiat during your pre sale, you say the minimum purchase is $200, what about the fees if I use my credit card ?

tks
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November 24, 2018, 11:42:58 AM
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This project is very important, because there are very useful ross-chain and cross-asset exchanges.
The project also offers a transparent distribution that is guaranteed by conducting an independent audit.
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November 24, 2018, 11:49:02 AM
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Hi Team,

I have seen you will accept Fiat during your pre sale, you say the minimum purchase is $200, what about the fees if I use my credit card ?

tks

probably the usual fees that your bank charges.

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