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April 14, 2019, 05:19:41 AM
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SureRemit Weekly: New Partnership with StreetLib. (Mar. 01, 2019)
NEW MERCHANTS/MARKETS

Both our partners for India are ready to go live, the administrative issues are resolved and we’ll receive the live API keys shortly. Once received, the vouchers will be available on the platform by next week. The integration of the WeGift voucher portfolio is now finalized and the vouchers will also become available next week. We’re now working on integrating the vouchers for the Turkish market.

Partnership with Streetlib.com

Great news! We’re partnering up with Streetlib. StreetLib is a global publishing facilitator and digital books gateway distributor based in Italy with operational bases in the USA, India and West Africa.
StreetLib manages over 250,000 titles of publishers and authors around the world, acting as a gateway distributor to deliver digital books (ebooks currently, audio later this year) to anywhere in the world, from anywhere in the world.

Streetlib will use the SureRemit platform to sell their (to be created) Streetlib vouchers through which all their services can be purchased. As Streetlib is expanding in the emerging markets, payments to their users (e.g. royalties) can be problematic and high in transfer fees. To solve this, Streetlib users will have the option to receive their royalty payouts and other payments in RMT. The RMT is purchased by Streetlib on an exchange (e.g. SDEX) and then transferred to the user‘s SureRemit in-app account allowing the user to spend RMT on vouchers. The cooperation between SureRemit and Streetlib is unique and establishes another great use case of the SureRemit platform in addition to non-cash remittances.

The official announcement of this partnership will take place during the London Book Fair, holding on the 12th–14th March 2019.

TECH

SureRemit App updates
We’re finalizing the set up of the new payment gateway provider, this requires more time therefore delaying the in-app funding/RMT purchasing with Credit/Debit card. We expect the payment provider to finalize the set up on their end by next week. We will then push the update.

Busha
Busha is live and crypto purchases (mostly BTC and ETH) are increasing rapidly, heavy traders are on board and Busha has exceeded the $1 million milestone since launch. API’s are currently being developed.
SureRemit and Busha teams continue to work on the backend solution, we’ll update on the progress in the coming weeks. Their marketing efforts will intensify next week.

EXCHANGES
We’re going over our options in selecting exchanges that meet our strategic goals, including a focus on exchanges that meet current (and expected) compliance and regulatory legislation. Seen the current developments in the crypto landscape we have become more critical on the performance of exchanges and the influence they have on the (price) development of SureRemit.


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SureRemit Weekly: Finally, In-app RMT Purchase with Debit/Credit Card (Mar. 08, 2019)
NEW MERCHANTS/MARKETS
Launching the India vouchers experienced a delay due to a different coding in staging/testing environment and live environment on our partner’s side. We’re amending the code now and will push the vouchers, aiming to do so today/tomorrow. This delay also affected the WeGift integration, but their live environment will be easier to integrate and will happen once India is finalized. The newly created API for the Turkey vouchers is almost ready and testing will commence in the coming week.

Partnership with Streetlib.com
During the past week, we’ve been working with StreetLib to prepare RMT royalty payments for their users. They will announce the cooperation during the London Book Fair (12–14 March). Now we’ll work on creating StreetLib vouchers to be added to the SureRemit platform.

MARKETING
This week, SureRemit was mentioned in the following article/research regarding blockchain projects disrupting the global remittance industry: Click here to view the article. Further (crypto related) marketing will intensify once all the merchants (India, WeGift, Turkey) are available.

TECH
SureRemit App updates
The setup of the new payment gateway provider is finalized and the in-app funding/RMT purchasing with a Debit/Credit card will be pushed by Tuesday.

EXCHANGES
Listing with more exchanges is an integral part of crypto and we’re in contact with a few exchanges for short term and long term listings. We understand the eagerness to list with the well-known exchanges and appreciate the added value that they could have regarding RMT token price development. This is not a simple process, a lot has to be considered. Listings can be quite costly; listing fees or other listing related costs and there really is no guaranteed success. Some exchanges have severe requirements and, when they are not met, could actually do more harm than good. Our goal is to work with exchanges that add value to SureRemit’s continuous development and are prepared for inevitable, upcoming regulation/legislation. Ultimately, the adoption of our services by users worldwide will have a solid sustainable impact on RMT price development. Our challenge is to combine the desires of the crypto landscape with our development.

SureRemit App referral program
SureRemit app has a referral program which gives you and the referred $5,- each, check it out in-app at the ‘Invite’ section!

Original thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5131057.0

Why are such posts being deleted by the Mod? No referral or any sort of falsification of data. Yet, I have to face this? Anyone care to explain.
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April 14, 2019, 05:27:49 AM
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Probably because you are making consecutive posts in one thread.
It's advisable to just edit the previous post or the OP if no one has replied the thread.
As far as i know, Making one post after the other could easily lead to your newer post getting deleted by the mods.



32. Posting multiple posts in a row (excluding bumps and reserved posts by the thread starter) is not allowed.

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April 14, 2019, 05:41:44 AM
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Maybe your comment is not related to the OP, and this is why your post was deleted. Either its a self-moderated or the moderator deletes that one. This is usually normal because moderators are just doing their job to delete all the unnecessary post. Don't be upset with this one just try to comment that is more relevant to the OP so you will not see this messages any more.

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April 14, 2019, 05:46:36 AM
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Maybe your comment is not related to the OP, and this is why your post was deleted. Either its a self-moderated or the moderator deletes that one. This is usually normal because moderators are just doing their job to delete all the unnecessary post. Don't be upset with this one just try to comment that is more relevant to the OP so you will not see this messages any more.
It is related, She or he is actually the starter of the thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5131057.0
Most valid reason i think would be posting in a row.

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April 14, 2019, 05:47:37 AM
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Probably because you are making consecutive posts in one thread.
It's advisable to just edit the previous post or the OP if no one has replied the thread.
As far as i know, Making one post after the other could easily lead to your newer post getting deleted by the mods.



32. Posting multiple posts in a row (excluding bumps and reserved posts by the thread starter) is not allowed.

Okay. But the purpose of making a new reply is to show the audience that the project is making new progress every week. If you read the post, they are weekly updates about the project.
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April 14, 2019, 05:50:17 AM
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The possibility of basar your post is deleted because of copy / paste. For forum security, etc., or out of topic.
Do you take it and copy it to your link from the Medium designer.

1. Topic= SureRemit: An Ecosystem for Global Non-cash Remittances

2. SureRemit Weekly: Finally, In-app RMT Purchase with Debit/Credit Card (Mar. 08, 2019)

I think this is the reason why you were removed by the forum moderator.
Maybe for the future you have to give an idea in your mind, to have a discussion at this Forum.

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April 14, 2019, 06:03:31 AM
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The possibility of basar your post is deleted because of copy / paste. For forum security, etc., or out of topic.
Do you take it and copy it to your link from the Medium designer.

SureRemit Weekly: Finally, In-app RMT Purchase with Debit/Credit Card (Mar. 08, 2019)

I think this is the reason why you were removed by the forum moderator.
Maybe for the future you have to give an idea in your mind, to have a discussion at this Forum.

How is it "copying"? The weekly updates are displayed in our Medium, Reddit, Telegram and other communication portals in the same manner. We create a single post detailing our progress made in the past week and display it at various channels. We are the creator of the post. How is that copying? It is like saying that you cannot display our work at other places if you have posted it on Medium. 
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April 14, 2019, 06:29:16 AM
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Okay. But the purpose of making a new reply is to show the audience that the project is making new progress every week. If you read the post, they are weekly updates about the project.
As indicated in the rule, perhaps reserving 1 or 2 spots for your updates would be a good thing to do since your thread isn't actively covered with replies. You could make or edit the updates in the reserved spots then bump the thread for visibility (of course you have to follow the bumping rules like a bump at least 24 hours after the previous bump, deleting the previous bump when making a new one)

The possibility of basar your post is deleted because of copy / paste. For forum security, etc., or out of topic.
Plagiarized posts are not usually deleted for reference in case the member gets banned and tries to appeal later. But  I don't think this is plagiarism because it's the medium channel so it's their content.

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April 14, 2019, 06:40:44 AM
Last edit: April 14, 2019, 06:54:17 AM by hacker1001101001
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Your replies were deleted because you were posting in a row. It is not allowed as it provoke fake bumping. You can bump your thread every 24 hours only according to forum rules.

I think you should read forum rules before operating here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=703657.0

The only solution to keep up with the updates is just editing the OP or a reserved post every time you have an update. And bump the thread every 24 hours by deleting previous bumps.
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