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Offline luckybit

Re: New remittance DAC
« Reply #15 on: August 15, 2014, 08:19:04 AM »
As I see it , your model would become centralized, exact opposite of what Bitshare is advocating.

Interesting observation, I wish I could see what others are thinking.
Don't listen to that comment.

But if you want to get our support you first have to outline what you intend to do. You also have to abide by the social consensus which is a minimum 10% of shares to PTS and 10% to AGS. The more you move toward 50/50 the greater the support you're likely to receive from us.

In order to answer your questions we need to know your business plan. The technology for Bitshares is out there in the Bitshares toolkit and it appears to be working.

Centralized or decentralized isn't the key issue. The key issue is while a lot of us support your goal we need an outline of the plan before we can help.

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Re: New remittance DAC
« Reply #16 on: August 15, 2014, 08:29:23 AM »
Everybody here has its opinion for the welfare and goodness of Bitshare ecosystem. Nobody can suppress every statement like a jackass.

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Re: New remittance DAC
« Reply #17 on: August 15, 2014, 12:09:34 PM »
As I see it , your model would become centralized, exact opposite of what Bitshare is advocating.

Interesting observation, I wish I could see what others are thinking.
Don't listen to that comment.

But if you want to get our support you first have to outline what you intend to do. You also have to abide by the social consensus which is a minimum 10% of shares to PTS and 10% to AGS. The more you move toward 50/50 the greater the support you're likely to receive from us.

In order to answer your questions we need to know your business plan. The technology for Bitshares is out there in the Bitshares toolkit and it appears to be working.

Centralized or decentralized isn't the key issue. The key issue is while a lot of us support your goal we need an outline of the plan before we can help.

https://github.com/BitShares/bitshares_toolkit/

Thank you and I fully understand.
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Offline Gentso1

Re: New remittance DAC
« Reply #18 on: August 16, 2014, 12:39:19 PM »
Any comments on the use of setting up a local exchange for people to cross the digital back to fiat divide?

Once the system is more developed hopefully users will just keep bitusd or whatever asset they choose(and have the option of using said asset directly with a merchant). Even better offer a exchange/store all in one place where people could use there assets right their on the spot without receiving dirty fiat.It wouldn't need to be huge (at first) but it would offer the basic's, real world goods or receiving hard pesos. To develop the idea you could get together with some local business leaders and have them agree to accept bitpesos or bitusd directly.

If you make it cheaper/easier faster then Wu with the ability to cash out this would get big quick.

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Re: New remittance DAC
« Reply #19 on: August 17, 2014, 02:20:16 AM »
Any comments on the use of setting up a local exchange for people to cross the digital back to fiat divide?

Once the system is more developed hopefully users will just keep bitusd or whatever asset they choose(and have the option of using said asset directly with a merchant). Even better offer a exchange/store all in one place where people could use there assets right their on the spot without receiving dirty fiat.It wouldn't need to be huge (at first) but it would offer the basic's, real world goods or receiving hard pesos. To develop the idea you could get together with some local business leaders and have them agree to accept bitpesos or bitusd directly.

If you make it cheaper/easier faster then Wu with the ability to cash out this would get big quick.

Thank you Gentso good advice
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Offline fuzzy

Re: New remittance DAC
« Reply #20 on: August 17, 2014, 02:35:25 AM »
Any comments on the use of setting up a local exchange for people to cross the digital back to fiat divide?

Once the system is more developed hopefully users will just keep bitusd or whatever asset they choose(and have the option of using said asset directly with a merchant). Even better offer a exchange/store all in one place where people could use there assets right their on the spot without receiving dirty fiat.It wouldn't need to be huge (at first) but it would offer the basic's, real world goods or receiving hard pesos. To develop the idea you could get together with some local business leaders and have them agree to accept bitpesos or bitusd directly.

If you make it cheaper/easier faster then Wu with the ability to cash out this would get big quick.

Thank you Gentso good advice

the philippines is full of two things, street vendors and cell phones.  These two things matter a great deal and should not be overlooked.  However, for remittances to the philippines will require that filipinos(as) working oitside the country have a means of transferring fiat payment to a cryptocurrency.  This would be another consideration.  Lets chat about this sometime on the mumble?
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