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1  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Bitwala - Pay Your Bills With Bitcoin in Europe on: December 20, 2017, 01:43:58 PM
hiya Jeff...new Member here as well as at bitwa.la and i just have a quick question....will SWIFT # work in the IBAN section? i know that it is the International Banking Account Number, but it is the European counterpart to the SWIFT #, no? i am quite new to this entire thing, and to be honest your site is going to make my life a hell of a lot easier if i can figure it out.

Hi Plymouth Fury,
At the moment we only offer Bitcoin & 60+ Altcoins to EUR & GBP transfers. E.g. if you would like to send somebody money to a GBP bank account this will work but you couldn't send e.g. EUR to a USD account. 
Does this answer your question?

Best regards,

Robert @Bitwala
it does...now i have a bigger problem. i initially put in 100$ to transfer before i became aware that i cant transfer to USD, and now i cant get it out. tried to send it back to my wallet, its asking me for "wallet password"...i tried putting in my password for bitwa.la didnt work....password for my blockchain wallet, didnt work....PLEASE HELP!!!!
2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: BTC to USD Exchange on: December 20, 2017, 12:33:01 AM
Hi everyone! This is my 2nd post on this forum. Again, I apologize if I am posting this in the wrong section. I am curious on how to exchange bitcoin to USD. I know there are multiple exchanges like coinbase, cex.io, and cubits. Apart from those listed are there any other exchanges that offer this service? Maybe for a cheaper fee? The only one I know of currently that is quite easy is Coinbase. Cex.io has a very intricate verification process and I feel as though they want to much info on me. The problem with cubits is they do not withdraw to US banks and United States residents cannot verify themselves. So I guess my real question is apart from Coinbase are there any other exchanges that have an easy to use system to convert your BTC into USD, either for a paypal or bank withdrawal? I already know about GDAX (it is a part of coinbase).

Thank you!
i am going to try bitwa.la it looks pretty good so far but it sends EUROS....i personally dont really care what currency is sent as long as its sent....doing a test this evening, i will update this thread with news.
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / A Very Funny Story (depending on how you look at it) on: December 20, 2017, 12:24:47 AM
I aint been trading on Binance for long (yeah yeah i know, they are a hassle to get started but they have quite smoothened the experience considerably....cashouts are no longer a problem, Google auth works FINALLY all is well) but i started small, 50 bucks here 50 bucks there....but i started when Bitcoin was UNDER 20 grand....so now ive even MORE money to play with, and so ive been farting around with various currencies, and i pretty much know my way around it, i know what to look for, when to buy, etc....but i thought this was kind of a funny true story and i was wondering if this has happened to anyone else.

i invested in XRP, and sat on it for like 2 weeks while Bitcoin broke the skylights....it almost didnt move, or if it did it was minimal....for the most part it stayed below what id bought it at, which was around 4200 or so....so when it went up i sold it soon as i saw that it went up, sold it at 4830 might not seem like much of a profit but i was so happy man, i had DONE it, i had made a PROFIT with my Bitcoin all by MYSELF! it was incredible, i cant even describe the feeling to you, but i bet a great many of you know EXACTLY what i am on about. and i am sure a great many of you ALSO know the feeling i got when i checked Binance a few hours later and saw that it had gone up to f@#k&ng 9000+. funny to me cuz i am still learning, and it is fun to me, and besides i DID make money, although not as much as i WOULD have made if i had not been so bloody green and impatient; others up in here will think that this story is about as funny as a HEART ATTACK.
4  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Bitwala - Pay Your Bills With Bitcoin in Europe on: December 19, 2017, 11:05:05 PM
Hi Coali,

thanks for the heads up. If you can't reach anybody over Skype, please send us an email and we'll open a support tickets. That's actually the fastest way to get help from our support staff.

Hope this helps.

EDIT: Here's a list of the relevant email-addresses: https://www.bitwala.io/contact/

Cheers

Jeff from Bitwala

Just a heads up ...

Since there isn't any phone number to contact you .... It would be nice if you actually had someone taking care of the skype you have in your contact page.

I have been trying to contact you on skype for more than two weeks, but there is no one there.

Suggestions:
If you can not provide a contact phone number ...
Put someone to take care of your skype, or remove it from your contact page.
Put a chat box and an operator on your website.



hiya Jeff...new Member here as well as at bitwa.la and i just have a quick question....will SWIFT # work in the IBAN section? i know that it is the International Banking Account Number, but it is the European counterpart to the SWIFT #, no? i am quite new to this entire thing, and to be honest your site is going to make my life a hell of a lot easier if i can figure it out.
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