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April 20, 2017, 09:24:31 AM
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It looks like it's not easy, it took a long process, we know that all transactions the bank supervised the Government so that when they use the bitcoin surely must get government approval.
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April 20, 2017, 10:17:56 AM
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Maybe there are some banker who are engage in bitcoin exchange and using bitcoins for now but not totally a specific bank can accept bitcoins, I wonder if bank employees are aware of cryptocurrencies like bitcoins.

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April 20, 2017, 12:10:53 PM
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As far as my knowledge  there is no bank accept Bitcoin as a legal money. They do not allow us to invest  bitcoin for any purpose. Because no government accept this.

Actually there are banks who is accepting bitcoin as an investment, like in Japan. Japan already consider bitcoin as a currency, and I know that other countries will accepts bitcoin also. Also in the Philippines, the Central Bank of the Philippines is now accepting bitcoin as a payment on every transactions that their customers will be made to them.

And it is possible that there will be a Bitcoin Bank in the near future all over the world because bitcoin will be the future money that we are all going to use.

That's true in Philippines we can pay bills using bitcoins, and even withdraw it using atm machine, and withdraw it in remitance center. All you need is to use the only application we Filipino normally use, convert it to Philippine peso then you're good to go, you can withdraw anytime anywhere using the wallet application.

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April 21, 2017, 05:36:39 AM
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As far as my knowledge  there is no bank accept Bitcoin as a legal money. They do not allow us to invest  bitcoin for any purpose. Because no government accept this.

Actually there are banks who is accepting bitcoin as an investment, like in Japan. Japan already consider bitcoin as a currency, and I know that other countries will accepts bitcoin also. Also in the Philippines, the Central Bank of the Philippines is now accepting bitcoin as a payment on every transactions that their customers will be made to them.

And it is possible that there will be a Bitcoin Bank in the near future all over the world because bitcoin will be the future money that we are all going to use.

Since when that the Central Bank of the Philippines accepts Bitcoin as a mode of payment? I'm a Filipino and haven't heard such thing in the news. Maybe I'm just not updated or it is just a story you just made? I also haven't heard of any banks that accept Bitcoin. Maybe in the future but for now, I think it is impossible.


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April 21, 2017, 08:36:56 AM
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We are offering instant account opening for Private and Business clients from 180 countries. The problem some of our clients face is to make deposits if we don't maintain a local account in their country. By accepting Bitcoin, our customers can instantly transfer funds to their WB21 account from any country in the world. As soon as they send Bitcoin to our address, we credit the value in the currency the customer has selected to their checking account

This is still a far cry from Bitcoin deposits in the true sense of the word

But still this is better than nothing. From this we can see that some banks are cooperating with bitcoin users making things easier for them. I don't know, do we realy need an option to make deposits in BTC? Considering the volatility of bitcoin this might never happen, but if all the banks around the world were cooperating like WB21 I think we could call it acceptance in a way.

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April 21, 2017, 09:06:59 AM
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Remember that the bank is the official financial institutions and already go public so that whatever is done should get approval from the Government and shareholders, it's not easy I think banks can accept bitcoin.
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April 21, 2017, 10:23:50 AM
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I would say that bitcoin is different with real money, if the bank accept bitcoin surely will make the bitcoin's getting popular so that within a short time the price will skyrocket.

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April 21, 2017, 11:38:04 AM
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It took a long time, the main problem is the bank should get authority from the central bank to accept bitcoin. Currently, the central bank is very strictly supervise financial transactions so that any policy of the bank subject to approval of the central bank.
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April 21, 2017, 12:44:07 PM
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Is there any bank/financial institution somewhere in the world that has embraced Bitcoin? Not that I'd deposit my money there, I'm just curious to know it.
As far as I know there is no bank that accepting bitcoin at the present time now, and the only company I knew they accepted bitcoin was Dell, Amazon, mercedez, apple and also in the near future many of the upcoming company will adopt the system of bitcoin.

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not any bank receives bitcoin and also the bitcoin wallet serves as a bank and it's managed by our own so I think it's nicer than the bank and maybe bank just accept something shaped

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April 21, 2017, 01:20:23 PM
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From what i have seen and expeirienced no bank accepts bitcoi and that is probably not going to happen for atleast another two decades,they might be indirectly accepting it in other forms which i havent much hear of ,but as other fellow members posted it might be true  Sad Sad Sad
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From what i have seen and expeirienced no bank accepts bitcoi and that is probably not going to happen for atleast another two decades,they might be indirectly accepting it in other forms which i havent much hear of ,but as other fellow members posted it might be true  Sad Sad Sad
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April 21, 2017, 02:47:47 PM
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not any bank receives bitcoin and also the bitcoin wallet serves as a bank and it's managed by our own so I think it's nicer than the bank and maybe bank just accept something shaped
Hoping the bank can accept bitcoin in the near future, because bitcoin is really a well-known currency on the internet. Even many people are looking for bitcoin on the internet in the appeal of real money. If any bank receives bitcoin, maybe it will be the first bank, and become popular. I am sure it will bring a lot of profit.

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Does evolution as in the phenomenal Nature of this dimension of experience also applys on the Frequanzy Bitcoin exist on? ethernet? Lightnet? Who knows what this will turn out 2 be.....i'm only enjoying watching all this  Grin ya'll who work support contribute in anyway- THANK you for exploring this radical thing. Even though "Coinmarketcap.com" doesnt hit the right numbers all times, I still enjoy watching it as a routine. Even though I never will have the will-time to spend and learn code language in a proffesional way, I still LOVE you all for doing , and explaining it in a way I can understand on a more broader perspective.

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April 21, 2017, 09:47:49 PM
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Why the hell do banks accept bitcoins? Do banks want to declare their end by accepting bitcoins? I don't think so.

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We are offering instant account opening for Private and Business clients from 180 countries. The problem some of our clients face is to make deposits if we don't maintain a local account in their country. By accepting Bitcoin, our customers can instantly transfer funds to their WB21 account from any country in the world. As soon as they send Bitcoin to our address, we credit the value in the currency the customer has selected to their checking account

This is still a far cry from Bitcoin deposits in the true sense of the word

But still this is better than nothing. From this we can see that some banks are cooperating with bitcoin users making things easier for them. I don't know, do we realy need an option to make deposits in BTC? Considering the volatility of bitcoin this might never happen, but if all the banks around the world were cooperating like WB21 I think we could call it acceptance in a way

Major web wallets have been doing that for years already

Especially those which issue payment cards, and I'm inclined to think that their role in making Bitcoin popular by far exceeds the efforts that banks such as WB21 make. That shouldn't be misconstrued as if the latter did nothing at all, though. I just want to say that WB21 and its likes work like typical exchangers, the number of which is already pretty big in the Internet. Personally, I use at least three such exchangers on a more or less regular basis, which allow me to exchange bitcoins (or rather exchange vouchers) to fiat and receive the proceeds in my regular bank account

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April 21, 2017, 10:32:38 PM
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Is there any bank/financial institution somewhere in the world that has embraced Bitcoin? Not that I'd deposit my money there, I'm just curious to know it.

Why would they? The banks collectively are embracing SegWit as a way to destroy bitcoin, but that's about it.
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April 22, 2017, 12:57:04 AM
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As far as my knowledge  there is no bank accept Bitcoin as a legal money. They do not allow us to invest  bitcoin for any purpose. Because no government accept this.
I think the bank has no power to arrest you and forbid you to invest in bitcoins. Which can impose a ban is the government. But I agree with you no bank that accepts bitcoin

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April 22, 2017, 01:17:38 AM
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As far as my knowledge  there is no bank accept Bitcoin as a legal money. They do not allow us to invest  bitcoin for any purpose. Because no government accept this.
I think the bank has no power to arrest you and forbid you to invest in bitcoins. Which can impose a ban is the government. But I agree with you no bank that accepts bitcoin

The bank doesn't but the government do. The bank is like the core economy of a country and therefore if something threatens the bank it's also mean that thing can be a potential dangerous that the country need to eradicate.
Bank may cooperate the government to ban something, it has the possibility, just in case of bitcoin really threaten the bank, just my 2 cents.


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April 22, 2017, 01:35:28 AM
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Nope, only "bitcoin banks" accept bitcoin.

No real fiat bank accept bitcoin.

However they do facilitate for bitcoin transactions, people are able to buy bitcoin using their facilities, which is ironic because bitcoin is completely against what the bankers are trying to do. They try to limit every account that uses bitcoin but obviously that is not possible Smiley

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