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$20 fee to order/activate




Results for your question 'limits'

Yes, there are some standard usage limits.


    Standard limits     Upgraded limits     POS Rules   USD EUR GBP USD EUR GBP One-time purchase Per purchase $2,500 €2,500 £2,000 $10,000 €10,000 £8,000 Value of purchases Per day $2,500 €2,500 £2,000 $20,000 €20,000 £16,000 Value of lifetime purchases Lifetime $2,500 €2,500 £2,000 no limit no limit no limit ATM Rules               Number of ATM transactions Per day 2 2 2 2 2 2 Value of ATM withdrawal Per ATM transaction $200 €200 £160 $1,000 €1,000 £800 Value of ATM withdrawal Per day $400 €400 £320 $2,000 €2,000 £1,600 Maximum ATM withdraw Lifetime $1,000 €1,000 £800 no limit no limit no limit


After you receive your card, we can upgrade your limits!


In order to upgrade your card, please provide a high resolution copy of an official ID document and a proof of residence for the address tied to your card. Please upload your documents to this form.


Acceptable ID documents:

  • License Copy
  • Passport Copy
  • Government Issued ID card

Acceptable proof of residence* documents:

  • Any Utility bill (like electricity bill, internet bill, phone bill...)
  • Credit card bill

* the proof of residence document must not be older than 3 months to date.


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plommer, on 10 Oct 2016 - 6:01 PM, said:snapback.png


Xapo protects your privacy by keeping your wallet balance and your wallet transactions private so no one can see them in the public blockchain
Each time someone sends bitcoins to your address, a new wallet address will generate, replacing the old address (you will see it by clicking "My Address" button in the web app). This ensures that the person to whom you've sent funds will know only one address, corresponding to a single transaction.
The second step involves pooling your wallet funds. As soon as funds arrive to your bitcoin wallet address, we move those funds to a common pool. This prevents anyone from going to the blockchain and seeing the amount of BTC in your addresses or discovering where your are transferring them from. Since the funds are pooled amongst other individuals funds, it is extremely difficult for someone to identify specifically where the original funds that you received were sent from.

What does this mean?


It means the books, circle, coinbase, the UIGEA, the US gov't and the rest can go fuck themselves because they won't be able to snoop on your transactions.


XAPO may be the best thing to happen for offshore players that want true BITCOIN anonymity.  :bulb

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