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Random Discussion / Bitspark is launching Zephyr rewards token soon
« on: October 06, 2017, 07:47:46 am »
Just wanted to throw the question out there, has anyone had any experience with rewards tokens?
If so would you kindly share your experience? Bitspark is about to launch the rewards token. 

URL link: https://zephyr.bitspark.io/

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General Discussion / Zephyr token is coming soon in less than 3hours
« on: October 06, 2017, 07:43:43 am »
Bitspark is about to launch the rewards token and we want to know has anyone had any experience with rewards tokens?
If so would you kindly share your experience?

URL link: https://zephyr.bitspark.io/

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Bitspark / Zephyr token is launching soon
« on: October 06, 2017, 07:36:29 am »
Just wanted to throw the question out there, has anyone had any experience with rewards tokens?
If so would you kindly share your experience? We at Bitspark are about to launch the rewards token. 

URL link: https://zephyr.bitspark.io/

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https://steemit.com/bitshares/@bitspark/part-3-bitspark-launches-zephyr-token-on-bitshares

https://zephyr.bitspark.io/

Welcome to the conclusion to our 3 part series on our switch to Bitshares for remittances culminating in the launch of our reward token Zephyr. The idea is simple, offer people a monetary incentive to join our remittance network and undertake economically beneficial actions in the network with a percentage of fees going toward buying back tokens on the DEX. There are some further subtle layers to this but we think this is the ideal way to accelerate our reach into new markets and grow the overall user base for Bitshares pegged assets.

Feel free to let us know your thoughts and feedback and we look forward to the next stage with the Bitshares community. Some important media announcements coming out in the next few weeks stay tuned!

https://cryptofresh.com/a/ZEPH

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General Discussion / Bitspark Switching to Bitshares for Remittances
« on: August 10, 2017, 04:24:00 am »
Hi all!

We have some big news today, we at Bitspark (www.bitspark.io) will be switching to Bitshares in future for our remittances, starting with our recent deal with the UN ( http://www.eurasia.undp.org/content/rbec/en/home/blog/2017/7/25/-From-Russia-to-Tajikistan-changing-the-way-money-moves.html ) in Tajikistan.

Heres why we came to this conclusion: https://steemit.com/bitcoin/@bitspark/bitspark-switching-to-bitshares-for-remittances

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General Discussion / Pegged Cryptocurrencies for Remittances
« on: January 29, 2017, 07:45:46 am »
Hi Bitshares,

I am George, the founder and CEO of Bitspark (www.bitspark.io) we have been a pioneer in Bitcoin remittances conducting the first cash in cash out remits back in 2014 and I am interested to understand more about the state of Smartcoins in Bitshares. You may have seen my recent article on Coindesk where I discuss a little bit about pegged crypto's (http://www.coindesk.com/why-theres-still-hope-for-bitcoin-remittance-companies/) at the end I mention Nubits but I am open to whatever solution works. Since then, I have been investigating the potential options out there for a cryptocurrency with a pegged fiat value and thought it would be time to reach out to the Bitshares community to get your thoughts on what works and what doesn't. 

Essentially a cryptocurrency with a pegged value has business use cases in the remittance world, no so much in the consumer space transacting between one another (although obviously that works it just requires alot of pre-requisites) but more in the area of remittance companies managing their balances and FX exposure. I might also add that the opportunity is not in the 8 commonly FX'd currencies but of emerging markets currencies which are difficult to trade into and out of, it's easy to trade into and out of USD/EUR/CNY already. I have a few ideas but I'd like to understand from the community what the drawbacks have been (if any) in adoption of the Smartcoin pegged fiat assets? Is it finding adequate liquidity on exchanges? Lack of shorters to take the other side of the trade? Lack of buying pressure for the smartcoin? Look forward to hearing your thoughts.

Regards

George Harrap
Bitspark

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