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March 19, 2020, 02:15:12 PM
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Dear PointPay community,  Wink

We have added current price quotes for the chosen trade pair in the browser tab on the PointPay Crypto Exchange.

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updates become more frequent.. its rather encouraging))) and its really great that you finally began to pay attention to informing the local community

"current price quotes for the chosen trade pair in the browser tab" looks like a trifle but such trifles are quite important for users

Yeah I feel like they are doing so much better on updates now, looks like they are getting on top of it

But it's only discount tokens again. They're not soldable. Think that more people could be attracted by offering full-value token bonuses.

How much would it cost them? To give money out of the blue it's not hte best strategy for a new startup.
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March 19, 2020, 09:41:43 PM
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Dear PointPay community,  Wink

We have added current price quotes for the chosen trade pair in the browser tab on the PointPay Crypto Exchange.

Sincerely,

PointPay Team  Smiley


updates become more frequent.. its rather encouraging))) and its really great that you finally began to pay attention to informing the local community

"current price quotes for the chosen trade pair in the browser tab" looks like a trifle but such trifles are quite important for users

Yeah I feel like they are doing so much better on updates now, looks like they are getting on top of it

But it's only discount tokens again. They're not soldable. Think that more people could be attracted by offering full-value token bonuses.

How much would it cost them? To give money out of the blue it's not hte best strategy for a new startup.

They are not giving it away, its given to be used on their website for the trading fees which is smart because people won't just bounce and still use their paltform
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March 20, 2020, 12:55:11 PM
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Dear PointPay community,  Wink

We have added current price quotes for the chosen trade pair in the browser tab on the PointPay Crypto Exchange.

Sincerely,

PointPay Team  Smiley


updates become more frequent.. its rather encouraging))) and its really great that you finally began to pay attention to informing the local community

"current price quotes for the chosen trade pair in the browser tab" looks like a trifle but such trifles are quite important for users

Yeah I feel like they are doing so much better on updates now, looks like they are getting on top of it

But it's only discount tokens again. They're not soldable. Think that more people could be attracted by offering full-value token bonuses.

How much would it cost them? To give money out of the blue it's not hte best strategy for a new startup.

They are not giving it away, its given to be used on their website for the trading fees which is smart because people won't just bounce and still use their paltform

Yeah, I know. Read carefully please. I answered the words about "offering full-value token bonuses".
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March 20, 2020, 09:54:55 PM
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What about the projections with the virus in place. Many countries are in lockdown, maybe now is the best time to advertise since everyone is staying at home
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March 21, 2020, 10:22:17 AM
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Dear PointPay community,

Graphical display of your cryptocurrency portfolio value in dollars has been added to PointPay Crypto Wallet.

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March 23, 2020, 10:11:37 AM
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What about the projections with the virus in place. Many countries are in lockdown, maybe now is the best time to advertise since everyone is staying at home

Well, it's a double edged sword.

On the one hand all markets are falling but on the other hand this is the best chance to invest.

Right now when prices went down.
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March 23, 2020, 05:24:45 PM
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Dear PointPay community,

We have added USDt and XAUt to PointPay Blockchain Bank.
Thus, PointPay has become the first company in the world which created blockchain bank to open crypto checking and crypto savings accounts in bitcoin, dollar stablecoin and tokenized gold. Earn daily compound interest on deposits!

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March 24, 2020, 12:10:20 AM
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What about the projections with the virus in place. Many countries are in lockdown, maybe now is the best time to advertise since everyone is staying at home

Well, it's a double edged sword.

On the one hand all markets are falling but on the other hand this is the best chance to invest.

Right now when prices went down.


Yeah, at this point investing is great but its sort of gambling. No one knows what the market is going to look like in a month, although with the market fall comes great benefits for those that have saved money because now is the time to invest in major stock companies
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hello, i noticed a question that remains unanswered and that is interesting, kyc and mandatory or not, thank you

Édit 🙄

Also, I would like to know how many altcoin and altcoin financial services companies are registered at this postal address ... I am not questioning your honesty, but by searching a little on the internet, we find everything at this address, .. and there are above all a lot of scams ... why not invest in real premises, given the project you are proposing, ... in short can you tell me a little more about your company. cordially
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March 26, 2020, 12:44:14 AM
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hello, i noticed a question that remains unanswered and that is interesting, kyc and mandatory or not, thank you

Édit 🙄

Also, I would like to know how many altcoin and altcoin financial services companies are registered at this postal address ... I am not questioning your honesty, but by searching a little on the internet, we find everything at this address, .. and there are above all a lot of scams ... why not invest in real premises, given the project you are proposing, ... in short can you tell me a little more about your company. cordially

Well thats an odd question, what address are you taking about?

Also KYC is not mandatory
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March 26, 2020, 09:22:02 AM
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hello, i noticed a question that remains unanswered and that is interesting, kyc and mandatory or not, thank you

Édit 🙄

Also, I would like to know how many altcoin and altcoin financial services companies are registered at this postal address ... I am not questioning your honesty, but by searching a little on the internet, we find everything at this address, .. and there are above all a lot of scams ... why not invest in real premises, given the project you are proposing, ... in short can you tell me a little more about your company. cordially

Well thats an odd question, what address are you taking about?

Also KYC is not mandatory

the address of the site in question 🙄

71-75 Shelton Street, London, England, WC2H 9JQ
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March 26, 2020, 10:30:02 PM
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hello, i noticed a question that remains unanswered and that is interesting, kyc and mandatory or not, thank you

Édit 🙄

Also, I would like to know how many altcoin and altcoin financial services companies are registered at this postal address ... I am not questioning your honesty, but by searching a little on the internet, we find everything at this address, .. and there are above all a lot of scams ... why not invest in real premises, given the project you are proposing, ... in short can you tell me a little more about your company. cordially

Well thats an odd question, what address are you taking about?

Also KYC is not mandatory

the address of the site in question 🙄

71-75 Shelton Street, London, England, WC2H 9JQ

Well, there are many companies in the world that simply don't show their physical address because it is not open to public. Also, to avoid any issues with security and etc. This does not mean the company is not legit, if you check it our every employee has their LinkedIn connected. You can see they are all active and real people, I'd think if it was a scam people would just not want their face associated with a company in any way. Plus their customer support is on point, I've always had a response within the same day and felt like they really care about their members.
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March 27, 2020, 12:44:20 PM
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hello, thank you for your answer 😁 I understand perfectly that it does not give their real address, but what I do not understand, this is why this address 🙄 there is so much scam at this postal address that these normal that I ask the question, no ? afterwards I do not accuse them of fraud, just for a company which manages our money and to be a bank, to put an address as dirty as that can worry a little .. there must be a real office no (I hope that this is the case, as that would be worrying ...) and if they are declared their office can be found then why this address ....
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March 27, 2020, 01:28:18 PM
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hello, thank you for your answer 😁 I understand perfectly that it does not give their real address, but what I do not understand, this is why this address 🙄 there is so much scam at this postal address that these normal that I ask the question, no ? afterwards I do not accuse them of fraud, just for a company which manages our money and to be a bank, to put an address as dirty as that can worry a little .. there must be a real office no (I hope that this is the case, as that would be worrying ...) and if they are declared their office can be found then why this address ....

well its quite interesting... but could you please give a list of all these scams youre talkin about? so that it doesnt look like an allegation! thnx in adv
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March 27, 2020, 02:20:35 PM
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Dear PointPay community,

QR-code payments are added to PointPay Crypto Wallet. Now you can top up your balance with your mobile devices instantly.

Sincerely,

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March 27, 2020, 04:03:57 PM
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hello, thank you for your answer 😁 I understand perfectly that it does not give their real address, but what I do not understand, this is why this address 🙄 there is so much scam at this postal address that these normal that I ask the question, no ? afterwards I do not accuse them of fraud, just for a company which manages our money and to be a bank, to put an address as dirty as that can worry a little .. there must be a real office no (I hope that this is the case, as that would be worrying ...) and if they are declared their office can be found then why this address ....

well its quite interesting... but could you please give a list of all these scams youre talkin about? so that it doesnt look like an allegation! thnx in adv

of course 🙄 https://www.google.com/search?q=71-75+Shelton+Street%2C+Londres%2C+Angleterre%2C+WC2H+9JQ+bitcoin&oq=71-75+Shelton+Street%2C+Londres%2C+Angleterre%2C+WC2H+9JQ+bitcoin&aqs=chrome..69i57.5741j0j4&client=ms-android-xiaomi-rev1&sourceid=chrome-mobile&ie=UTF-8

Do you want me to list all the companies or google enough?

https://register.fca.org.uk/ShPo_UnauthorisedFirmDetailPage?id=0010X00004CIROdQAP

https://maniabook.argentmania.com/business/hyip/amazingpays

https://blog.moneypolo.com/en/moneypolo-warns-about-fraudulent-service-providers-updated/
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March 27, 2020, 11:50:42 PM
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hello, thank you for your answer 😁 I understand perfectly that it does not give their real address, but what I do not understand, this is why this address 🙄 there is so much scam at this postal address that these normal that I ask the question, no ? afterwards I do not accuse them of fraud, just for a company which manages our money and to be a bank, to put an address as dirty as that can worry a little .. there must be a real office no (I hope that this is the case, as that would be worrying ...) and if they are declared their office can be found then why this address ....

well its quite interesting... but could you please give a list of all these scams youre talkin about? so that it doesnt look like an allegation! thnx in adv

of course 🙄 https://www.google.com/search?q=71-75+Shelton+Street%2C+Londres%2C+Angleterre%2C+WC2H+9JQ+bitcoin&oq=71-75+Shelton+Street%2C+Londres%2C+Angleterre%2C+WC2H+9JQ+bitcoin&aqs=chrome..69i57.5741j0j4&client=ms-android-xiaomi-rev1&sourceid=chrome-mobile&ie=UTF-8

Do you want me to list all the companies or google enough?

https://register.fca.org.uk/ShPo_UnauthorisedFirmDetailPage?id=0010X00004CIROdQAP

https://maniabook.argentmania.com/business/hyip/amazingpays

https://blog.moneypolo.com/en/moneypolo-warns-about-fraudulent-service-providers-updated/


Thats interesting, I guess I didn't fully understand your statement. I guess hopefully one of the admins can explain why they choose this address. Maybe its some kind of form of protection? idk
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March 30, 2020, 01:57:15 PM
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hello, thank you for your answer 😁 I understand perfectly that it does not give their real address, but what I do not understand, this is why this address 🙄 there is so much scam at this postal address that these normal that I ask the question, no ? afterwards I do not accuse them of fraud, just for a company which manages our money and to be a bank, to put an address as dirty as that can worry a little .. there must be a real office no (I hope that this is the case, as that would be worrying ...) and if they are declared their office can be found then why this address ....

well its quite interesting... but could you please give a list of all these scams youre talkin about? so that it doesnt look like an allegation! thnx in adv

of course 🙄 https://www.google.com/search?q=71-75+Shelton+Street%2C+Londres%2C+Angleterre%2C+WC2H+9JQ+bitcoin&oq=71-75+Shelton+Street%2C+Londres%2C+Angleterre%2C+WC2H+9JQ+bitcoin&aqs=chrome..69i57.5741j0j4&client=ms-android-xiaomi-rev1&sourceid=chrome-mobile&ie=UTF-8

Do you want me to list all the companies or google enough?

https://register.fca.org.uk/ShPo_UnauthorisedFirmDetailPage?id=0010X00004CIROdQAP

https://maniabook.argentmania.com/business/hyip/amazingpays

https://blog.moneypolo.com/en/moneypolo-warns-about-fraudulent-service-providers-updated/


Thats interesting, I guess I didn't fully understand your statement. I guess hopefully one of the admins can explain why they choose this address. Maybe its some kind of form of protection? idk

Interesting information indeed. I think that company representative definitely should comment on this. The address itself proves nothing though.
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March 30, 2020, 04:36:36 PM
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Dear PointPay community,

Live currency rates are added to PointPay Crypto Wallet. The arrow pointer shows how the asset value has changed over the past 5 minutes.

Sincerely,

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March 30, 2020, 11:38:24 PM
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hello, thank you for your answer 😁 I understand perfectly that it does not give their real address, but what I do not understand, this is why this address 🙄 there is so much scam at this postal address that these normal that I ask the question, no ? afterwards I do not accuse them of fraud, just for a company which manages our money and to be a bank, to put an address as dirty as that can worry a little .. there must be a real office no (I hope that this is the case, as that would be worrying ...) and if they are declared their office can be found then why this address ....

well its quite interesting... but could you please give a list of all these scams youre talkin about? so that it doesnt look like an allegation! thnx in adv

of course 🙄 https://www.google.com/search?q=71-75+Shelton+Street%2C+Londres%2C+Angleterre%2C+WC2H+9JQ+bitcoin&oq=71-75+Shelton+Street%2C+Londres%2C+Angleterre%2C+WC2H+9JQ+bitcoin&aqs=chrome..69i57.5741j0j4&client=ms-android-xiaomi-rev1&sourceid=chrome-mobile&ie=UTF-8

Do you want me to list all the companies or google enough?

https://register.fca.org.uk/ShPo_UnauthorisedFirmDetailPage?id=0010X00004CIROdQAP

https://maniabook.argentmania.com/business/hyip/amazingpays

https://blog.moneypolo.com/en/moneypolo-warns-about-fraudulent-service-providers-updated/


Thats interesting, I guess I didn't fully understand your statement. I guess hopefully one of the admins can explain why they choose this address. Maybe its some kind of form of protection? idk

Interesting information indeed. I think that company representative definitely should comment on this. The address itself proves nothing though.


True I dont think there is anything wrong with them using a certain address or not disclosing their physical location. Many companies dont even have physical offices these days. Plus with all the craziness rn I feel like many will close anyways. Whats the point of physical location if no one ever goes there?
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