Coast - Fiat On Ramp To PulseChain

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Who can join our Beta Test?

To test the Coast fiat on-ramp Beta you must be:

  • A Resident of the United States (excluding Hawaii, South Dakota, New York and Texas)
  • Over the age of 18 years

What happens if I don't meet the criteria?

If you’ve already registered, your email will be retained and we’ll be in touch as soon we open up new markets.

Beta test our fiat onramp software

Why run a Beta test of the on ramp?

Beta testing is a critical stage in the software development process, where a product is released to a limited group of users to receive feedback before it goes live to the public. We have decided to run an extended Beta test of the Coast fiat on ramp. Here are several reasons why beta testing is important: 

Identify Bugs and Errors: No matter how much internal testing is done, there are likely to be bugs that only appear in real-world conditions, when used on a variety of devices and systems. Beta testers can help identify and report these issues.

User Experience Improvement: Beta testers can provide valuable feedback on how user-friendly the software is and whether there are areas of the user interface or user experience that could be improved. This is crucial as even the most feature-rich software could fail if it’s not user-friendly.

Performance Testing: Beta testing allows developers to test how the software performs under various conditions including under load or stress, on different types of hardware, or in different network environments.

Understand User Requirements: It gives an understanding of whether the software meets the needs and expectations of the users, and if any additional features are required.

Reduced Risks and Costs: It reduces the risk of deploying faulty software to all users, which can lead to user dissatisfaction and increased support costs. It’s often cheaper and faster to fix issues before the final release.

Security Testing: Beta testers can help identify vulnerabilities in the software that could be exploited, contributing to the overall security of the final product.

Validation of Features and Functionality: Ensures that the features and functionality work as expected and that the software is ready for release.

Building Trust: It helps build trust among the users as they feel valued and involved in the development process, which in turn can lead to positive word-of-mouth marketing.

By conducting beta testing, developers can ensure that when the software is officially released, it not only meets user requirements but also provides a smooth and enjoyable user experience.

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