The website is all in chinese only- very unprofessional

  • Nothing against various Chinese languages, but English is the language spoken when no one knows the local language. for qtum not to have an english wiebsite, with all the money they have raised sets off alarm bells, Besides language, my main concern is that the website does not send out the verification codes which are apparently required to do anything. any advice on this?

  • If you upload bizhongchou in google chrome, there is an option to translate it to english on the right side of the address bar. The Bizhonchou team worked on that translation for weeks so people could translate it. So they are trying to be as professional as possible and have been a good exchange from the beginning.

  • @frankrbruno the google chrome translation is only minimally effective. it is interesting how the crowdsale site was perfect English and the site to deposit coins was in perfect English, but the site to actually receive the coins is Chinese only. this still does not solve the issue of the verification codes and the lack of clarity of what mandatory steps were needed. if you were able to get through the process, I would love to know your exact steps. There is more than what is listed in the documents they sent.

  • @nycnikato

    look through this post... there should be plenty of instructions here for you to understand what you need to do. This was addressed earlier this year... <~~ click here

  • @frankrbruno I was able to get through the process. I sent it to a "QTUM" address. I checked etherscan and coins are not showing. the website said it would take 3 days. I am nervous. I didn't want to sent it to a regular Ethereum address and risk an issue.

  • @nycnikato

    What do you mean you sent it to a qtum address? Did you make a qtum erc20 address? You should always send a small amount the first time to test it to make sure it works.

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