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Am quite hesitate with crypto bank projects, there are a few similar projects like bankera. It seems that their intention is to use investors' money to get bank license instead of getting their license before ICO which am not sure if they can get it according to their roadmap. Any thoughts?

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11 hours ago, cy2017 said:

Am quite hesitate with crypto bank projects, there are a few similar projects like bankera. It seems that their intention is to use investors' money to get bank license instead of getting their license before ICO which am not sure if they can get it according to their roadmap. Any thoughts?

You need a severe amount of money before attaining a license (I think so).

Their advisors are into regulations and licences so should be fine.

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Hey, I just got notice that they already are paying out shares of their revenue! And since they had trouble with the kick-off, they are paying out 100% of it this week instead of the usual 20%. Maybe I should put a little more in too...

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I may have misspoke. Here's the email they sent:

"Yesterday (5th of September, 2017) Bankera has paid its first net transactional revenue share to Bankera's token holders. As it was the first week and due to a high demand we had technical issues with SpectroCoin at the start of pre-ICO. Thus, we have decided to share 100% of net transactional revenues of SpectroCointo Bankera token holders, instead of the usual 20%."

 

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1 minute ago, ThomasTheTGV said:

I'm surprised to hear and see this because their support told me:

Weekly payouts are going to start after the actual ICO on major exchanges that is planned in October.

That's what I thought too. But I checked my account and sure enough it had credited me with a small amount of ETH. 

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That's the money they made by scamming people wanting out when we finally got our ETH back but had to convert at a premium price to BTC to get out of there...

Funny how some new members account are so into other thing then XRP and post here about that gold coin they found...just saying!

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2 hours ago, Malloy said:

That's the money they made by scamming people wanting out when we finally got our ETH back but had to convert at a premium price to BTC to get out of there...

Funny how some new members account are so into other thing then XRP and post here about that gold coin they found...just saying!

Actually, most of what I have is XRP because it makes the most sense to me. I just tried this one out and thought it was cool they had credited some ETH. But nice of you to make assumptions. Thanks!

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They credited ETH to cover for the lost of those who sent ETH and got stuck with the problem...if they sent everyone some ETH...they probably split the profit they made with us to everyone who were in the ICO...not cool, but again, they're on my blacklist, so...

And BTW @Rob12, that was not directed to one person in particular, but if the hat fits...

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2 hours ago, Rob12 said:

Actually, most of what I have is XRP because it makes the most sense to me. I just tried this one out and thought it was cool they had credited some ETH. But nice of you to make assumptions. Thanks!

For me it's also the first ICO I participate in,  lets see what the future brings for Bankera.

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On 9/6/2017 at 0:18 PM, Rob12 said:

I may have misspoke. Here's the email they sent:

"Yesterday (5th of September, 2017) Bankera has paid its first net transactional revenue share to Bankera's token holders. As it was the first week and due to a high demand we had technical issues with SpectroCoin at the start of pre-ICO. Thus, we have decided to share 100% of net transactional revenues of SpectroCointo Bankera token holders, instead of the usual 20%."

 

So they claim that they're sharing revenue from something other than token sales. The question is -- is there evidence of this? Because the obvious thing to worry about is that they're actually sharing revenue from the token sales. If they're sharing revenue from the token sale to prop up the value of the token under the guise of sharing real revenue from some other source, that's a scam.

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