Author Topic: [ANN] Payger - Payment + Messenger  (Read 3658 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline sunbear

  • Jr. Member
  • **
  • Posts: 24
    • View Profile
Re: [ANN] Payger - Payment + Messenger
« Reply #30 on: August 15, 2018, 03:02:57 pm »
Before and after...

Christoph Hering likes to tamper or delete announcements, and they never materialize.

as of writing this post

Payger was supposed to be presented on that conference. Thereby, it would not be one of the "matured and real products" (in his own words).

How comes that an event gets cancelled that allegedly had 1300+ visitors, 60+ speakers, 40+ exhibitors etc.?

It is an ongoing scam where the focus is now for something allegedly to be introduced in 2019.

Don't give him any money!
« Last Edit: August 15, 2018, 03:21:33 pm by sunbear »

Offline Chris4210

  • Global Moderator
  • Sr. Member
  • *****
  • Posts: 419
  • Running for BitShares Committee Member
    • View Profile
  • BitShares: chris4210
Re: [ANN] Payger - Payment + Messenger
« Reply #31 on: September 15, 2018, 05:41:58 pm »
Payger news update

The development of Payger continues with giant strides. We are making significant advances in design, usability, and functionality.

Adding new functions to the Payger Wallet
Payger currently supports 51 digital currencies, including Bitcoin, BitShares, as well as stable coins for US Dollars and Euros and Chinese Renminbi. The most popular cryptocurrencies outside of the BitShares realm, such as Ethereum, Dash, and Steem, are now highlighted with icons. That gives users a better overview.

The Payger Wallet supports up to 51 different digital currencies

Moreover, we implemented a currency filter to our dashboard and balance page. This feature can be used to filter out currencies users don’t want to see, and changes are saved from page to page and session-to-session. This will help users to keep their wallets clean and to focus on their favorite digital currencies. New users are starting with the default set of digital currencies including BTC, BTS, USD, CNY, EUR.

Besides supporting a broad range of digital currencies, Payger offers special functions for merchant’s accounts. Also, our developers have worked hard on improving the backend API. This now ensures that all payment features such as payment status, payment transaction, add type to transaction history, initiate payment, balance service, payment update or payment work smoothly.

Improving the user experience
Best-in-class user-friendliness is ensured by the enhanced Payger design and new operating aids. For example, developers have provided the login process with a wizard that guides users through checking their accounts. Also, many other enhancements and bugfixes simplify the use of Payger on smartphones and tablets. For example, it is also possible to transfer identification documents to Payger for the account verification.

On top of that, the developers have implemented new notification modes for the Payger Wallet. Users can now choose to stay up-to-date with the latest Wallet notifications and/or email or SMS. Last but not least, it is now possible to invite friends to Payger, so that the community grows faster. Why not give it a try?

Version: Beta 1.0.425
Release Date: 20.08.2018

● User onboarding
● New currency icons
● Invite friends to Payger
● Currency filters
● Merchant accounts


● Page context – added to all pages to improve navigation
● New email/SMS notifications – Received money, security questions change, pin change
● Copyright information to app footer
● Improved experience on smaller screens – responsiveness of some components
● Added additional security fields to user accounts – date of birth
● Error pages to catch misspelled URLs
● Improved Pin controller’s UX
●  Add ability to change personal details due to changes of circumstances


●  Fixed issue that prevented mobile users from uploading ID and address verification images
●  Fixed issue on withdrawing page where users were not notified about minimum amount limit
● Fixed issue where spaces were allowed in usernames
● Fixed issue where birthday would change depending on the user’s time zone
● Fixed issue where total on Dashboard was different than total on Balance page due to a rounding issue
● Fixed issue where the user couldn’t proceed onboarding steps if on IE11
● Fixed issue where system notifications would reappear when a user logged in again
● Fixed issue where progress bar would loop indefinitely when the sessions were expired
● Fixed issue where transfers would be shown as deposits in the notification drop-down
● Fixed issue where Asian languages were not being saved properly

Released at

Join our Telegram channel at for latest updates.
Vote Chris4210 for Committee Member! | - Payments + Messenger | - Community based fanpage for the BitShares Blockchain

Offline sunbear

  • Jr. Member
  • **
  • Posts: 24
    • View Profile
Re: [ANN] Payger - Payment + Messenger
« Reply #32 on: September 23, 2018, 08:19:57 pm »
Payger is a scam on Blockpay investors, where ICO funds were in effect conversed/stolen by Christoph Hering and Ken Code.

It is a project without financial transparency, but where it is known that a major part of the Blockpay-funds disappeared, and where the actual spendings on Payger are in no relation to the raised funds.

Christoph Hering is carefully avoiding any statements concerning the corporate affairs. The ICO was for the Blockpay-Token, but this token is defunct and abandoned.

The corporate structure for Payger is different from Blockpay. The lawyer-dad of Christoph Hering is pulling the strings that the Blockpay assets can disappear and end up with Christoph Hering as beneficial owner through effective money laundering and corporate fraud.

Christoph Hering is a pathological liar and scammer. Just one more example, he claimed to be the co-curator of Blockshow Europe while this is not true (confirmed by Cointelegraph).

Payger has nothing to do with a pager/messenger, or with a real payment gateway (different from a transaction processor), or with a cryptocurrency project matching the Bitshares concept. It is a Paypal like wrapper with KYC requirements (even that is a claim as he would need to get a licence with his legal matters pending) and useless functionality. It is a bad implementation of a server-hosted (pseudo) wallet, and an insult to all serious Bitshares-based projects and authentic blockchain developers.
« Last Edit: September 29, 2018, 06:58:56 pm by sunbear »