I like to try websites out before tying my identity to them. How do you do it? Simplelogin? I honestly won’t manually make a new gmail for every new website I try and I to want the option to see what emails I get.

  • @MigratingtoLemmy
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    6 months ago

    Do you pay for the premium tier? I would like a decent credit score, and using my card for normal, everyday purchases doesn’t bother me as much.

    Edit: Well, technically, they have your data anyway. It’s like using Paypal for everything. TBH I’m OK with the system as it is right now, but I’d like greater adoption for Monero so I can make purchases directly using that instead of converting it to fiat once again.

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        16 months ago

        If they are going to push the transaction to my bank anyway, I’m definitely not trying it. As I said, even PayPal will obscure the buyer’s details from the seller. What’s the point?

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            16 months ago

            I would be OK doing that if they didn’t link to my debit card in the free plan (last time I checked)

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                16 months ago

                They link to one’s credit card in the premium plan. That’s what I would have wanted to see becoming universal in their services, but unfortunately that’s behind a paywall

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                    16 months ago

                    My apologies, I thought privacy.com supported credit cards, but apparently they don’t, even in the premium tier. Indeed, I would like virtual cards for my credit card, since I’m never going to buy anything with my debit card anyway. I wish the other banks had something like Capital One