How it Works
Users interact with trust to trade funds in a variety of formats including cryptocurrencies, national currencies, gift card codes, and even small loans. Payment methods include previously risky options like personal checks or bank account-to-account transfers. Additionally users keep the privacy and freedom associated with peer-to-peer services.
Here users are assigned a credit rating, a maximum value in US dollars they may safely be trusted with. In most cases this won't exceed $200.00. While this may not sound like much the idea is giving users more convenience and flexibility for funds. Multiple trades can be completed for higher funding.
To gain a credit rating most (but not all) users will submit acceptable ID for accountability. However, it's not the same intrusion to privacy typically associated with regulated financial services. We are not a US money service business and don't monitor our users or transactions. Documents are not stored online and users can fully close out and delete accounts.