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December 04, 2019, 02:12:53 PM
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In order to become a RIDENODE driver, just download the application? or do you need to buy your tokens?


I did not find clear rules, but I think that all drivers should confirm KYC, as this is the basic rule for customer safety


In my opinion, KYC should be mandatory for both customers and drivers.

  These are SEC requirements.


First of all, this should be mandatory for drivers.

I do not think that all passengers are required to confirm KYC.


If you introduce KYC for passengers, this could adversely affect the popularity of the application. Not all customers are willing to provide this data.


Passengers do not have to confirm KYC. It is enough for them to download and install the application. You will also need to buy tokens.
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December 04, 2019, 02:37:20 PM
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I have been using Uber for a long time and do not experience big problems.

How do you plan to conquer the market?


How much do you pay for using Uber?

Imagine that you will no longer pay Uber and it will be your money


After starting the RIDENODE application, drivers will not give a penny to a third party. The fare should decrease


This application will be useful for both taxi drivers and taxi customers.

Therefore, everyone will be interested in RIDENODE


If this application will use a small number of drivers, then it will be inconvenient for customers to order a taxi through the RIDENODE application


The driver can use Uber and BayRide.

Where the best order with the best price comes from, he will accept such an order.


Uber will take a commission of about 30% from the driver. While BayRide will leave the entire amount to the driver. Therefore the choice is obvious


Uber will not be able to compete with BayRide. It is obvious that everyone will be interested in saving and more profit.
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January 11, 2020, 11:32:14 AM
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All the team members Linkedin profiles are a little over 1 month old. The Bayride website that the OPP posted on here or other places on this forum like on the bounty thread redirects to an untrusted (Probably a phishing) website that no browser on my PC lets me in!



There are literally no information whether the crowdfunding of this project has been approved by the SEC or not. I asked in the telegram group where most of the admins are not American residents, couldn't even give proper answer to my question. I would be very cautious about this project If I were to get involved with it.

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January 12, 2020, 04:21:40 AM
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There are some speculation in some telegram groups warning that this project have a FAKE TEAM profiles, Due to the limited information available about the team on their website its hard to find something for comparable analysis.

Searching their names on google will only shows information about their ICO project and nothing else. Even the guy that work for 500 fortune companies should have few public information about his name. Looks like they choose to have weird names so nothing will show up on google search.

Proceed with caution if you investing in this project, Not saying that its scam but some red flags are present and there's no harm in taking much more deeper research on their company.

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There are some speculation in some telegram groups warning that this project have a FAKE TEAM profiles, Due to the limited information available about the team on their website its hard to find something for comparable analysis.

Searching their names on google will only shows information about their ICO project and nothing else. Even the guy that work for 500 fortune companies should have few public information about his name. Looks like they choose to have weird names so nothing will show up on google search.

Proceed with caution if you investing in this project, Not saying that its scam but some red flags are present and there's no harm in taking much more deeper research on their company.
Couldn't agree more! Admins on their telegram group just banned me for asking about the registration number of their company and legal proofs that it's been approved by the SEC and why the CEO or other team members are not there to communicate or address real issues. Bunch of Bangladeshi people are running their telegram groups as admins and will probably run away with whatever collected IEO funds from scammy P2PB2B launchpad. Be careful everyone!

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January 13, 2020, 07:43:32 AM
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Couldn't agree more! Admins on their telegram group just banned me for asking about the registration number of their company and legal proofs that it's been approved by the SEC and why the CEO or other team members are not there to communicate or address real issues. Bunch of Bangladeshi people are running their telegram groups as admins and will probably run away with whatever collected IEO funds from scammy P2PB2B launchpad. Be careful everyone!

They are presenting an american company and their telegram admins are non-native english speaker.

There's no way a legit company will hire a non-english speaker to manage their community and in this case its enough proof that everyone should SKIP their IEO since they don't have the time to answer question from their telegram members.

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January 14, 2020, 12:14:24 PM
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There are literally no information whether the crowdfunding of this project has been approved by the SEC or not. I asked in the telegram group where most of the admins are not American residents, couldn't even give proper answer to my question. I would be very cautious about this project If I were to get involved with it.
True, they say that their project is "First American Ride and Transportation Blockchain and Virtual Currency". they must get the legality from the American SEC, without it their project will not go well. Other than that IEO RideNode takes place on the P2PB2B exchange, this exchange is not the right place to hold IEO
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January 28, 2020, 05:53:40 PM
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Is there no active RideNode team here? even the last active Ridenode Bitcointalk account was on December 24, 2019. there were some serious questions that needed to be answered by the RideNode team.
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January 29, 2020, 04:05:44 AM
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Is there no active RideNode team here? even the last active Ridenode Bitcointalk account was on December 24, 2019. there were some serious questions that needed to be answered by the RideNode team.

Fulyl abandoned now, But their IEO are still being push thru on p2pb2b exchange. For all those bounty hunters that promoting this one, this could be just another disaster in the making and will end up in disappointment.

Another fake project with fake promises.

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January 29, 2020, 12:50:08 PM
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Is there no active RideNode team here? even the last active Ridenode Bitcointalk account was on December 24, 2019. there were some serious questions that needed to be answered by the RideNode team.

Fulyl abandoned now, But their IEO are still being push thru on p2pb2b exchange. For all those bounty hunters that promoting this one, this could be just another disaster in the making and will end up in disappointment.

Another fake project with fake promises.


From the beginning I was very doubtful about this project they did IEO on the p2pb2b exchange, of course it was not an exchange that had clear credibility, when I wanted to increase the amount of money but instead lost your money. Next time maybe everyone should be more careful.
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January 31, 2020, 04:33:45 AM
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Is there no active RideNode team here? even the last active Ridenode Bitcointalk account was on December 24, 2019. there were some serious questions that needed to be answered by the RideNode team.

Fulyl abandoned now, But their IEO are still being push thru on p2pb2b exchange. For all those bounty hunters that promoting this one, this could be just another disaster in the making and will end up in disappointment.

Another fake project with fake promises.

Maybe what you're saying is true, there was no meaningful update from the Ride Node team, other than that they didn't announce the results of their IEO. it looks like we need to stay away from Ride Node and look for better projects.
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February 13, 2020, 11:21:27 PM
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Just checked their telegram, their admin can't even speak fluent English so how come that people will believe them, founders linkendin are kind of fishy so I don't know I just had a bad feeling for this project though the project itself is really good, I am not that sure. If the token price is $5 with that 25Billion supply, it is really hard to think that it can be amounting that high. Any thoughts?

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