When BTS 2.0 comes out, will the NanoCard make use of the new withdraw system ? (ie the funds can stay on the users' side)
(think I already asked but couldn't find the thread )
If a user buys one *now*, will it transparently start working w/ above when you implement the logic on your side?
What is the deposit limit? Some other (bitcoin) cards i checked had lame 2500€ limits.. and then the user'd need to order a new card.
To know more about limits and fees, I suggest you go to the nanocard webpage on CCEDK and click on link there https://www.ccedk.com/nanocard
Any work connected with 2.0 is still not settled, as i would otherwise think you should not be sitting down, but simply run around with your arms up not being able to take them down of sheer excitement
Well we haven't reached that point yet, but I hope within a few days to be able to reveal some more information on what the future brings for Bitshares in connection with CCEDK and in which way CCEDK will be participating. I am myself thrilled to see what will be the result and in which way I will be able to put some extra value on the Bitshares Network. I guess that's all I can say for now.
If you have not already gone to give your support to the NanoCard hightalk campaign please do, I need this to break some walls once goal is achieved, and it will only be in your interest to make this happen a.s.a.p. If you dont have access to any of the social networking platforms tell some of your friends who does and tell them the good stuff in supporting this campaign.
The idea with the card is to be able to build on the inside with whatever amount of currencies possible to add based on their available support in terms of constant and ongoing liquidity on exchange. Once the liquidity support is created a currency can be added, and what we are working on is being able to put these different currencies in some sort of priority decided by user depending on which one you want to be the one funding your expenses out in the real world using your NanoCard.