Tran Hung. He’s one of the founders of Uquid which is the world’s first service offering debit card solutions for cryptocurrency holders. They currently support 79 of the biggest digi-coins including bitcoin, ethereum, litecoin, ripple, etc. They also offer worldwide mobile recharge support, bills payment services, grocery and pharmacy vouchers, ticketing services, and many other benefits.
Time Stamped Show Notes:
- 03:00 – Uquid is a debit card for 79 cryptocurrencies
- 03:10 – Customers can get the physical card with a Visa logo that they can use to withdraw money
- 03:28 – The card can be loaded with cryptocurrencies
- 03:43 – Before getting the card, you need to have cryptocurrency
- 03:49 – Signup at Uquid’s website to get a card
- 04:04 – There’s a fee of $1 for 1 virtual card but you need the physical card to use in ATMs which is $16
- 04:20 – After getting the card, you can reload it anytime you want with cryptocurrency
- 05:10 – Uquid is using the market price of cryptocurrency
- 05:42 – Uquid takes 0.5% of everything spent using the card
- 05:53 – If Nathan spent $100 on groceries using the card Uquid will take .50₵
- 07:34 – Last year, customers spent $1.6M in total transaction volume
- 08:09 – Uquid is growing fast in 2017
- 08:30 – In July, Uquid processed $900K in total transaction volume
- 08:50 – Uquid has already passed $3M total transaction volume on the first half of 2017
- 10:45 – The process of exchanging bitcoin to other currencies was complicated
- 11:19 – Uquid is doing $5K a month in service charges
- 11:30 – Uquid also offers other services where they charge 10-15%
- 12:05 – Uquid charges 3% from the vouchers
- 12:20 – In May, Tran thinks they’ll make around $50K in total transaction charges
- 12:58 – Team size is 5 and they’re based in UK
- 13;15 – Uquid is planning to release their own token
- 13:29 – Tran is looking to raise $4-5M
- 13:44 – Tran is thinking of selling 15% of Uquid to be able to raise $4M
- 14:35 – The Famous Five
3 Key Points:
- The market for cryptocurrencies is rapidly expanding.
- People are now finding more and more ways to mine coins.
- No matter what service you use, the charges can differ drastically depending on the type of transaction you’re engaging in.
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