MaidSafeCoin (MAID) to be Listed on P2PB2B!

You are dealing with small volume, and they are playing with fire.
Lets wait and watch what happens with the CFTC probe.
I am no Nostradamus, but I foresee that many accounts will end up suspended until KYC is completed.

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@piluso

There’s no ‘selfie’ requirement in AML/KYC law in the US jurisdiction.

I don’t know if you’re crazy or not, but your reasoning is certainly sloppy and a waste of everyone’s time reading this topic. The solution you’re too insulting to simply query me for, is for identity documents to be notarized. I wrote about it on this forum more than a year ago.

Or just enjoy being a slave, as I know most do.

latch, eat a snickers.

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Please stick to the topic. If you want to discuss other things, open a new topic.


Privacy. Security. Freedom

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As a US investor, I have only used Bittrex and Poloniex to acquire maid, before US folks were unable to trade MAID. Simpleswap and Changelly don’t allow folks from US based on their Terms & Service policy, so that was an immediate no go for use for me personally.

I was thrilled to hear the news above for another exchange open to US folks that will list MAID after missing out on much of the lower prices for maid in the past year. I am not a lawyer, but reading through their terms and service, P2PB2B seems to pass the responsibility of ensuring one is in compliant with one’s own local policies as a catch-all, which is fine, since it doesn’t explicitly state that all exchange services are excluded for US folks.

That said, I did a search on bitcointalk.org and found the following 3 links which do raise an alarm to myself, especially if I have to provide a KYC to this exchange.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5192497.0
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5166081.0
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5205331.0

What does the community or appropriate folks from the exchange have to say about the 3 links mentioned above in regards to P2PB2B?

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Once again, only decentralization is the way forward - if you don’t hold your keys, you risk your money. Even from exchanges that are not direct scams, you can expect to be scammed. For reference Poloniex and the 10 million MAID there…


Privacy. Security. Freedom

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It would be nice to know that I could deposit, make a trade and send to a paper wallet all relatively quickly and not have an issue though.

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It does sound a bit dodgy

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I’ve not read all the links, but just looks like noise.
The first thread makes grand claims but provides no proof, just opinion.
The 2nd thread , person didn’t understand how the exchange worked, but you can see in the 3rd thread they were refunded their coins in full.
Third thread seems to show the exchange is trying to solve problems.

If you can show me even 1 exchange without at least a few unhappy customers I would be very surprised indeed.

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I do agree that there will always be some unhappy customers with any exchange.

I will wait and watch for some positive feedback from early adopters of this exchange within this community after MAID coin goes live on this exchange, before deciding to do a KYC or not.

Thank you for the feedback.

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As with everything in this world, buyer beware

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Fantastic work

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@Sotros25 I double checked this and I’m sure the date agreed for the AMA is 9am BST on 6th April (not 7th as per OP), i.e. it is tomorrow :slightly_smiling_face:

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How do we know this new exchange is more trustworthy than all of the other exchanges that have screwed us over in the past?

:secretariat415:

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Awesome, I’ll send out an update. Sharon let me know the scheduling might change :blush:

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Perfect, skeleton staff online today because of the holidays so I’m not sure the details of it changing, just that the schedule in-house states 6th :+1:

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Just asked P2PB2B about timing, and it sounds like they’re still confirming the date. Will keep an eye on this…

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P2PB2B has confirmed timing for the AMA:

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Hi all - apologies if this has been addressed before but I wasn’t able to find this specifically addressed…

My understanding is that the intention is that the Maidsafe coin (once it is transferred to the network and no longer on OMNI) will not be divisible and will be used to pay for the storage of data, etc on the network. If the coin appreciates in value like we all want/expect, even past the current ~$1.10 price to something like $10 - is that too large of an increment to be usable? Is there an expectation that when we burn our OMNI coins into the real network that there will be something like a 1:10 or 1:100 split in order to keep the actual utility value low? Assuming this has been discussed, please link me the thread! Thanks!

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It will be divisible. The problem with divisibility was solved long time ago.

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