Frequently Asked Questions Javvy, Crypto, & ICO FAQs
What are the major differences of the Javvy solution?
Could you please explain the Javvy ICO terms?
What is Bitcoin and cryptocurrency?
How is Javvy’s solution better than a Bitcoin ATM?
How is Javvy’s solution better than a peer-to-peer trading system (localbitcoins or bisq)?
Is it LEGAL to invest in this (Javvy) ICO?
How much does Javvy project to earn, annually, and how are those revenues justified?
Why is there some negativity regarding ICOs lately?
How do I buy or sell Javvy tokens after the ICO?
What will Javvy do with the funds raised?
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