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January 14, 2020, 02:57:32 PM
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January 14, 2020, 03:39:04 PM
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Who is behind the project? Are there professionals in the team who can demonstrate a series of achievements? Is the use of the word "Visa" in the name of the project made as a marketing move or something more?

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January 15, 2020, 07:40:13 AM
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Another whitelabel turn key exchange website. Do you guys have the technical skills to maintain the website or you will always depend on the 3rd party vendor of your platform?


Who is behind the project? Are there professionals in the team who can demonstrate a series of achievements? Is the use of the word "Visa" in the name of the project made as a marketing move or something more?

Well them might confuse other newbies into thinking they are joining a site by visa. Lets wait for other experts on this matter to see how this brand name works in terms of using visa word in the platform.

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January 16, 2020, 02:57:45 AM
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At present there are already very many exchanges with a variety of different features, Coinmarketcap noted there are already 307 exchanges listed on their platform. What is the specialty of your exchange that attracts traders to trade there?
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January 16, 2020, 03:07:39 AM
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Another whitelabel turn key exchange website. Do you guys have the technical skills to maintain the website or you will always depend on the 3rd party vendor of your platform?


Who is behind the project? Are there professionals in the team who can demonstrate a series of achievements? Is the use of the word "Visa" in the name of the project made as a marketing move or something more?

Well them might confuse other newbies into thinking they are joining a site by visa. Lets wait for other experts on this matter to see how this brand name works in terms of using visa word in the platform.

More than likely, they don't have anything to do with Visa or any collaboration with Visa. Better remove the word Visa as they will be infringing its use. They are just misleading the users here by using this famous name in the financial sector. You can see the team members here - https://coinvisa.org/whitepaper.pdf (pages 21-22). But neither of them has close connection with Visa.
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January 16, 2020, 11:09:17 AM
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Basically, this looks to be yet another DEX fork - it's the only explanation for this feature "You own and control your wallet and private keys" that I can come with - supported by "No single point of failure". Maybe a hybrid DEX. Regardless, there's no grounds for touting "algorithmic trading" as a feature, maybe the "professional" part was self-aware.
On to the biggest grip - high liquidity. For all assets listed or selected ones? And where's the liquidity resources coming from, inhouse MM or?
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January 20, 2020, 06:44:38 PM
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Another whitelabel turn key exchange website. Do you guys have the technical skills to maintain the website or you will always depend on the 3rd party vendor of your platform?


Who is behind the project? Are there professionals in the team who can demonstrate a series of achievements? Is the use of the word "Visa" in the name of the project made as a marketing move or something more?

Well them might confuse other newbies into thinking they are joining a site by visa. Lets wait for other experts on this matter to see how this brand name works in terms of using visa word in the platform.
Oh, these advertisers, first they fantasize and make announcements with new generations of blockchains, then as in this project, they write big names in the project name. I'm afraid to imagine what the ICO will look like at the end of 2020 and what the projects will do to attract funds.
p.s. since the announcement, the team has not commented on anything, which is not surprising.

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