Author Topic: NanoCard Transforms the Remittance Market worldwide. Is it bitcoin’s killer app?  (Read 3557 times)

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Looking forward to using my Nano Card.

Just got one serious question!

Is it safe to let your wife use it?  :P
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Oops, you said next week. So now we know for sure its not coming out next.

You think he meant next month?
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Meant to say next week.

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I have a deactivated nanocard for about 2-3 months....
Can I activate it now on CCEDK or not?
If not any ETA?
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https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/3qluib/bitfinex_and_blade_payments_announce_debit_card/

Why is the competition catching up to us?  Is what we're doing good enough?
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https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/3qluib/bitfinex_and_blade_payments_announce_debit_card/

Why is the competition catching up to us?  Is what we're doing good enough?

I think we are getting there already, the same information will be soon up on CCEDK Nanocard page as we are finally adding activation. but perhaps you would like to know about it before hand, so here it is available to read about on bit-x, same conditions to apply for CCEDK cards:

https://bit-x.com/blog/The-New-BIT-X-Debit-Cards-Lower-Fees-Cashback-Rewards
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Can you clarify the use/restrictions for U.S. Residents?

From your link:

"Restrictions for Anonymous cards

Residents from the following countries may order only Anonymous Limited cards: Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Angola, Belize, Cambodia, Ecuador, Guyana, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Myanmar, Namibia, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Romania, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Uganda, United States and Minor Outlying Islands, Yemen, Zimbabwe.


Limits for Anonymous Limited cards

Lifetime turnover 250 EUR or 300 USD depending of the card's currency, no limits for POS payments or ATM withdrawals."

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Can you clarify the use/restrictions for U.S. Residents?

From your link:

"Restrictions for Anonymous cards

Residents from the following countries may order only Anonymous Limited cards: Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Angola, Belize, Cambodia, Ecuador, Guyana, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Myanmar, Namibia, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Romania, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Uganda, United States and Minor Outlying Islands, Yemen, Zimbabwe.


Limits for Anonymous Limited cards

Lifetime turnover 250 EUR or 300 USD depending of the card's currency, no limits for POS payments or ATM withdrawals."

Yes, I guess not really clear. It only confirms US residents are still left in the dark so to speak, sadly enough, as not only is the option limited to one card per user, but also limited to 300 USD

Its not real useful, unless you just need it as a travel card, so I am afraid US citizens cannot benefit from this for the time being, sadly.
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Can you clarify the use/restrictions for U.S. Residents?

From your link:

"Restrictions for Anonymous cards

Residents from the following countries may order only Anonymous Limited cards: Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Angola, Belize, Cambodia, Ecuador, Guyana, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Myanmar, Namibia, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Romania, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Uganda, United States and Minor Outlying Islands, Yemen, Zimbabwe.


Limits for Anonymous Limited cards

Lifetime turnover 250 EUR or 300 USD depending of the card's currency, no limits for POS payments or ATM withdrawals."

Yes, I guess not really clear. It only confirms US residents are still left in the dark so to speak, sadly enough, as not only is the option limited to one card per user, but also limited to 300 USD

Its not real useful, unless you just need it as a travel card, so I am afraid US citizens cannot benefit from this for the time being, sadly.

It says the limit is for anonymous cards.  Is there an option to do KYC and not have the limit?

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Can you clarify the use/restrictions for U.S. Residents?

From your link:

"Restrictions for Anonymous cards

Residents from the following countries may order only Anonymous Limited cards: Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Angola, Belize, Cambodia, Ecuador, Guyana, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Myanmar, Namibia, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Romania, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Uganda, United States and Minor Outlying Islands, Yemen, Zimbabwe.


Limits for Anonymous Limited cards

Lifetime turnover 250 EUR or 300 USD depending of the card's currency, no limits for POS payments or ATM withdrawals."

Yes, I guess not really clear. It only confirms US residents are still left in the dark so to speak, sadly enough, as not only is the option limited to one card per user, but also limited to 300 USD

Its not real useful, unless you just need it as a travel card, so I am afraid US citizens cannot benefit from this for the time being, sadly.

It says the limit is for anonymous cards.  Is there an option to do KYC and not have the limit?

Yes, for anyone outside the restricted zones
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Can you clarify the use/restrictions for U.S. Residents?

From your link:

"Restrictions for Anonymous cards

Residents from the following countries may order only Anonymous Limited cards: Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Angola, Belize, Cambodia, Ecuador, Guyana, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Myanmar, Namibia, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Romania, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Uganda, United States and Minor Outlying Islands, Yemen, Zimbabwe.


Limits for Anonymous Limited cards

Lifetime turnover 250 EUR or 300 USD depending of the card's currency, no limits for POS payments or ATM withdrawals."

Yes, I guess not really clear. It only confirms US residents are still left in the dark so to speak, sadly enough, as not only is the option limited to one card per user, but also limited to 300 USD

Its not real useful, unless you just need it as a travel card, so I am afraid US citizens cannot benefit from this for the time being, sadly.

It says the limit is for anonymous cards.  Is there an option to do KYC and not have the limit?
It says that U.S. residents can ONLY order anonymous limited cards.

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Can you clarify the use/restrictions for U.S. Residents?

From your link:

"Restrictions for Anonymous cards

Residents from the following countries may order only Anonymous Limited cards: Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Angola, Belize, Cambodia, Ecuador, Guyana, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Myanmar, Namibia, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Romania, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Uganda, United States and Minor Outlying Islands, Yemen, Zimbabwe.


Limits for Anonymous Limited cards

Lifetime turnover 250 EUR or 300 USD depending of the card's currency, no limits for POS payments or ATM withdrawals."

Yes, I guess not really clear. It only confirms US residents are still left in the dark so to speak, sadly enough, as not only is the option limited to one card per user, but also limited to 300 USD

Its not real useful, unless you just need it as a travel card, so I am afraid US citizens cannot benefit from this for the time being, sadly.

It says the limit is for anonymous cards.  Is there an option to do KYC and not have the limit?
It says that U.S. residents can ONLY order anonymous limited cards.

Yes, not sure what we are talking right now. I thnk it is clear that US citizens have limited use for this kin of card unless they feel a travel card based on btc is of interest, not sure what else I can say when it comes to US situation. I did not create the restrictions there, sorry.
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Can you clarify the use/restrictions for U.S. Residents?

From your link:

"Restrictions for Anonymous cards

Residents from the following countries may order only Anonymous Limited cards: Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Angola, Belize, Cambodia, Ecuador, Guyana, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Myanmar, Namibia, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Romania, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Uganda, United States and Minor Outlying Islands, Yemen, Zimbabwe.


Limits for Anonymous Limited cards

Lifetime turnover 250 EUR or 300 USD depending of the card's currency, no limits for POS payments or ATM withdrawals."

Yes, I guess not really clear. It only confirms US residents are still left in the dark so to speak, sadly enough, as not only is the option limited to one card per user, but also limited to 300 USD

Its not real useful, unless you just need it as a travel card, so I am afraid US citizens cannot benefit from this for the time being, sadly.

It says the limit is for anonymous cards.  Is there an option to do KYC and not have the limit?

Yes, for anyone outside the restricted zones

I don't understand.  Why would bit-x (or its partners) not perform KYC with U.S. residents?

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Can you clarify the use/restrictions for U.S. Residents?

From your link:

"Restrictions for Anonymous cards

Residents from the following countries may order only Anonymous Limited cards: Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Angola, Belize, Cambodia, Ecuador, Guyana, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Myanmar, Namibia, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Romania, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Uganda, United States and Minor Outlying Islands, Yemen, Zimbabwe.


Limits for Anonymous Limited cards

Lifetime turnover 250 EUR or 300 USD depending of the card's currency, no limits for POS payments or ATM withdrawals."

Yes, I guess not really clear. It only confirms US residents are still left in the dark so to speak, sadly enough, as not only is the option limited to one card per user, but also limited to 300 USD

Its not real useful, unless you just need it as a travel card, so I am afraid US citizens cannot benefit from this for the time being, sadly.

It says the limit is for anonymous cards.  Is there an option to do KYC and not have the limit?

Yes, for anyone outside the restricted zones

I don't understand.  Why would bit-x (or its partners) not perform KYC with U.S. residents?

I think we are not speaking about same thing here. As a US citizen, you are only able to obtain from Bit-x or CCEDK the Nanocard with the anonymous limited limits and all, and this card does not require any KYC.

CCEDK is ofcourse ready to do KYC on any products or services, that goes also in regards to the fiat gateway for OpenLedger provided by CCEDK.
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Are you saying Nanocard is anonymous only?  So there is no optional KYC even in Europe?