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ZIMBOCASH users can now transact on its exchange


Ah… ZIMBOCASH (ZASH) it has been a while since I thought about this alternative currency. The last we heard was that it was going through a system upgrade that would allow it to better protect itself against people who were skirting the rules. Well, unbeknownst to me ZIMBOCASH went live last week and the team over there sent an email today saying that users can now transact on its exchange.

Dear ZIMBOCASH Family, 

We’ve got exciting news for you… After announcing last week that our system is live, we are opening up transfers to the exchange for users who make the most transactions. Our goal has been from the beginning to build a network of users who use ZASH in day-to-day trade in Zimbabwe.

Key to this goal is a network of users making payments. We’re rewarding those who make transactions.  We’re introducing two cool incentives. Here is how they work:

1. Selling on the exchange:  Ten users who make the most transactions can transfer their ZASH to the exchange. 

2. First Payment Reward: If you pay people and its their first time to receive ZASH, you get a reward of 100 ZASH. More information on the incentives:
Selling on the exchangeThe ZIMBOCASH users who have made the ten most transactions each month will be able to transfer their ZASH to the exchange.  It doesn’t matter at this stage how much you pay each person. We just want to see you making transactions – small or big transactions are fine. We’re measuring the number of unique users you pay, who have each verified their IDs. To participate, there are a few additional terms:

-You’ll need to have made 6 transactions to unique users for every 10% you wish to transfer to the exchange, and 

-You’ll need to tell us your payments and exchange transfer story in a video that we’ll show to others. 

First Payment Reward Our second incentive is also pretty cool – we want to reward you when you pay ZASH to someone and it’s their first time to receive. You get an extra 100 ZASH when both you and the person you pay verify IDs. 
There is no limit to the number of first payment rewards that you can receive. If you pay 10 people for their first time, you will get 10 First Payment Rewards (i.e. 1000 ZASH).
  Our other incentives still apply. Here is the list of all our ZASH rewards:

Signup Reward – 400 ZASH when you sign up. 

Referral Reward – 40 ZASH for every user who signs up using your account number as a referral. You only receive this when both you and them confirm IDs. 

Click Reward – 0.4 ZASH for every unique click you receive on your unique link (i.e. from a unique IP address), limited to a 100 clicks. 

First Payment Reward – 100 ZASH for every person you pay and it’s their first time to receive payment. 

ZIMBOCASH is the solution to Zimbabwe’s collapsing economy. We’re establishing sound money with 4.5 billion ZASH tokens in the country. Our goal is to see people using ZASH to buy goods and services. There is no other cryptocurrency in the world that has a local payments network to this degree. We are pioneering something really special. 

So after the currency’s (somewhat justified) disappearing act last year, are you game to jump back on to it? (If you haven’t already)

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59 thoughts on “ZIMBOCASH users can now transact on its exchange

  1. It will only end in adoption. Zimbocash is steamlining the clogged old traditional financial system, looking at an all inclusive approach. Digital assets is the future no doubt about that. 100% behind our own brain child solution, bravo $ZASH🚀

  2. Didn’t matter how long it took to fix the issues, some of us been waiting for the comeback and, I am in 110%. If you are not in you are loosing out big time.

  3. Failing to Verify my phone number since it first came live long back i tried verifying yesterday but it seemed impossible

  4. Judging by the comments alone this smells like a pyramid scheme… The wording is the article even more…I know it’s a just its report but techzim please do sure diligence

    1. get a life Mr, what pyramid scheme? even if they go down they haven’t taken any money from me, their tokens are being given for free when you signup, they have never sold their tokens. So what do you stand to lose if they do not succeed?

      zimbocash is the solution we have been waiting for, embrace it and stop being so sceptical

    2. Thats poor analysis, how can you conclude that its a pyramid scheme by taking into cognisance only the comment section. I advise you to read wide about ZIMBOCASH(ZASH) for a better understanding, because clearly you are post. DYOR

  5. Zimbocash?? That deceased rat!! I can’t believe it took them years to work again. This is nonsense. Guess what, we won’t use it. I’m not ready to be fooled again. Now it’s valueless. Aaargh. When will Zimbabweans create something that works? We can’t even withdraw it. This thing is gonna blow in our faces.😇 KAPOOSH!

    1. Have you checked out Munhumutapa, apparently you can create your own digital assets and can currently trade its coins without restrictions.

    2. hahaha you sound spiteful mate. you were really hoping that they never came back LMAFAO.You are probably one of those doom preachers and now you are mad that you have been proven wrong.

      Myself and over 150K Zimbabweans say we believe in zimbocash and we will work to grow pur community and make sure zash is a success.

      You can keep your spite

    3. Judging by your comment you dnt take chances
      You are being gvn fr free yet you scheme ..from who …scheme you of what

    4. Since you are also zimbo why dnt creaye fr us smthing that works n stop bluffing out rubbish to people who are actually doing something …

    5. ZIMBOCASH is working as expected and its back with a bang. Our very own brain child is making strides in the crypto space and already has a reference price from BitGlobal Exchange. Anyone with a verified Zimbocash account can send and receive ZASH flawlessly, also you are able to transact on the exchange. The future is digital assets and ZASH has positioned it self for the future now. Don’t be another laszlo.

  6. WOW! I knew these guys were honest and kept their word. after a year of upgrades now we can trade zash p2p and buy with zash (a few items at first, but more vendors are coming online)

    I am #teamzash

  7. We urge the public to be rest assured as Zimbocash is taking means of integrating with the nation and developing a user-friendly ecosystem. Nonetheless, Zimbocash is here to stay

  8. Woow this is exciting news thats the alternative Zimbabwean community need . It may have taken a while but the reasons behind the delay are quite valued and vital . Looking forward for more adoption . ZASH is the alternative hope for working money in Zimbabwe .

  9. We are slowly migrating to an era of “cash-less economies”…. digital assets are the way to go!!

  10. Thank you Zimbocash team for giving us hope for having sound money in our nation…Our cry have been heard no more inflation… We are all behind u guys me and the other 150k pluz Zimbabweans who have registered…..The reason we are all here is that the current financial system is outdated…guys let’s move with time….#zimbocashtothemoon

  11. You got it right there mate. The 4th industrial revolution is upon us, its a transition from WEB 2.0 TO WEB 3.0 spearheaded by the blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies.
    ZASH is allowing all Zimbabweans to participate in this global trend, with low barriers to entry for ordinary citizens. How easy can it be, by just signing up for FREE on ZIMBOCASH you get yourself a TRC 10 ZASH Token (crypto) into you digital Zimbocash wallet for FREE. Got appreciate and support our own home grown solutions to our unique problems.
    #zash #crypto #blockchain #soundmoney

  12. I’ve been holding for two years. This makes me very happy. Congratulations and happy to be sharing the ride. 🥂

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