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May 31, 2019, 01:41:11 PM
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Hello and welcome everyone! Thanks for your interest in our project.
I’m happy to be your contemporary. Together we will open a new page of easy-to-use, smart and, most importantly, reliable storage of crypto assets.

CEO the CryptoWatch, Aslan Gabdushev


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The World's First Hardware Crypto Wallet Watch







ICO / STO OPEN



Issue: 10 000 000 xcw

1 round - 1 000 000
1 xcw = 0.0002 eth


2 round - 2 000 000
1 xcw = 0.0004 eth


3 round - 5 000 000
1 xcw = 0.0008 eth



  
What does an investor get?
XCW – Utility Security Gibrid Token
Utility – You can buy watch with a token. The watch costs 400 XCW.
Security – token is also a security that provides you with the right to receive dividends.
At the beginning, the watch will only be sold for tokens.
Then it will be possible to purchase it using ordinary money (fiat and cryptocurrency). Thus, we will provide dividends for all our investors.
We will also ensure the buy-back of tokens through sales.

 








 
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May 31, 2019, 02:39:14 PM
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So the watch is 400 xcw
you're selling (at the start) 400 XCW for a total of 0.08 ETH
1 ETH is $262
so about $21 for the hardware wallet watch?
$84 at final-round prices?

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May 31, 2019, 02:42:19 PM
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a hardware wallet, i do wondering why you are held an ico or sto since you can even get funds by selling your products or doing some partnering?
or will you make the hardware as the coin?
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May 31, 2019, 02:51:18 PM
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So the watch is 400 xcw
you're selling (at the start) 400 XCW for a total of 0.08 ETH
1 ETH is $262
so about $21 for the hardware wallet watch?
$84 at final-round prices?

Yes. What confuses you?
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May 31, 2019, 03:26:19 PM
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a hardware wallet, i do wondering why you are held an ico or sto since you can even get funds by selling your products or doing some partnering?
or will you make the hardware as the coin?

We need money for the project
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May 31, 2019, 04:10:41 PM
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on average, you can buy such a watch for $ 40. depending on the token price. and it is better to wait for the token to sink on the exchanges and buy at a more attractive price

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May 31, 2019, 04:20:51 PM
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on average, you can buy such a watch for $ 40. depending on the token price. and it is better to wait for the token to sink on the exchanges and buy at a more attractive price



Where will you buy such a watch?
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May 31, 2019, 04:34:50 PM
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So the watch is 400 xcw
you're selling (at the start) 400 XCW for a total of 0.08 ETH
1 ETH is $262
so about $21 for the hardware wallet watch?
$84 at final-round prices?

Yes. What confuses you?

Nothing really, just seems surprisingly inexpensive.

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May 31, 2019, 04:40:57 PM
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So the watch is 400 xcw
you're selling (at the start) 400 XCW for a total of 0.08 ETH
1 ETH is $262
so about $21 for the hardware wallet watch?
$84 at final-round prices?

Yes. What confuses you?

Nothing really, just seems surprisingly inexpensive.


Yes. It's very cheap.
At this price, you can only buy during the ico
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June 01, 2019, 10:42:50 AM
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https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFeJSiyshicNX3iVfpEXobg/videos?view_as=subscriber
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June 01, 2019, 06:57:32 PM
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I would buy such a device right now. very convenient thing. I think ICO will collect fine money, because these watches need to almost everyone

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June 02, 2019, 04:30:09 AM
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is the watch later will be like a smartwatch or it's just like a regular watch?

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June 02, 2019, 05:42:33 AM
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Looks pretty good. On the video I see it is integrated with smartphone app - what kind of info stored on watch and on smartphone? Is it connected by Bluetooth? Doesn't such an integration decrease overall watch security?
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June 02, 2019, 11:19:34 AM
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I would buy such a device right now. very convenient thing. I think ICO will collect fine money, because these watches need to almost everyone


Thank. You make a reservation. In the 1st round samaya low price. lower than cost price.
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June 02, 2019, 11:37:24 AM
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is the watch later will be like a smartwatch or it's just like a regular watch?

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June 02, 2019, 12:23:42 PM
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Looks pretty good. On the video I see it is integrated with smartphone app - what kind of info stored on watch and on smartphone? Is it connected by Bluetooth? Doesn't such an integration decrease overall watch security?


watches will work on the principle of Ledger
The device is based on reliable security features for storing cryptographic assets and supporting digital payments.
Secure Element (SE) is a protection against unauthorized interference.
The chip has been developed to withstand complex attacks and is able to reliably protect the hosting of apps and their confidential and cryptographic data.
SEs are usually used in credit cards, SIM cards, or ID cards.
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June 02, 2019, 03:53:40 PM
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Looks pretty good. On the video I see it is integrated with smartphone app - what kind of info stored on watch and on smartphone? Is it connected by Bluetooth? Doesn't such an integration decrease overall watch security?


watches will work on the principle of Ledger
The device is based on reliable security features for storing cryptographic assets and supporting digital payments.
Secure Element (SE) is a protection against unauthorized interference.
The chip has been developed to withstand complex attacks and is able to reliably protect the hosting of apps and their confidential and cryptographic data.
SEs are usually used in credit cards, SIM cards, or ID cards.

I'm still confused about how it works because you said that the watches will work like Ledger wallet?
mean that we need a USB and connect it into a PC/Laptop for the wallet to work
I think that we can spend/access the wallet everywhere as long we wear the watch

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June 02, 2019, 04:01:14 PM
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Looks pretty good. On the video I see it is integrated with smartphone app - what kind of info stored on watch and on smartphone? Is it connected by Bluetooth? Doesn't such an integration decrease overall watch security?


watches will work on the principle of Ledger
The device is based on reliable security features for storing cryptographic assets and supporting digital payments.
Secure Element (SE) is a protection against unauthorized interference.
The chip has been developed to withstand complex attacks and is able to reliably protect the hosting of apps and their confidential and cryptographic data.
SEs are usually used in credit cards, SIM cards, or ID cards.

I'm still confused about how it works because you said that the watches will work like Ledger wallet?
mean that we need a USB and connect it into a PC/Laptop for the wallet to work
I think that we can spend/access the wallet everywhere as long we wear the watch


Without the application you can not send cryptocurrency.
Sending through the application is confirmed using the clock.
Through fingerprint.
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June 02, 2019, 04:17:46 PM
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Looks pretty good. On the video I see it is integrated with smartphone app - what kind of info stored on watch and on smartphone? Is it connected by Bluetooth? Doesn't such an integration decrease overall watch security?


watches will work on the principle of Ledger
The device is based on reliable security features for storing cryptographic assets and supporting digital payments.
Secure Element (SE) is a protection against unauthorized interference.
The chip has been developed to withstand complex attacks and is able to reliably protect the hosting of apps and their confidential and cryptographic data.
SEs are usually used in credit cards, SIM cards, or ID cards.

I'm still confused about how it works because you said that the watches will work like Ledger wallet?
mean that we need a USB and connect it into a PC/Laptop for the wallet to work
I think that we can spend/access the wallet everywhere as long we wear the watch


Without the application you can not send cryptocurrency.
Sending through the application is confirmed using the clock.
Through fingerprint.

so the watch will be connected to the phone using Bluetooth, i think that the watch will contain a slot to use a simcard
so just like the hardwallet that we need to confirm our transaction in the wallet
how long will the watches ready to sent after the ICO/STO ended?

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