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January 30, 2013, 10:41:39 PM
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Thanks, I am glad you find us so intriguing that you would rather spend time on our business then your own. This really means a great deal  to us, and I think it should to our future customers and your current customers.  Cool

Just to clarify, is the us including Ben Franklin or excluding Ben Franklin?

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January 31, 2013, 07:50:36 AM
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I think is a great idea! Congratulation on having the corporation ready!

What services do you plain to provide?
Will you open the APIs to Developers?

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January 31, 2013, 10:15:20 AM
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What made you decide to start the firm in Sweden when you're a US resident?
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January 31, 2013, 10:58:42 AM
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I have always maintained BitcoinINV is one of the more humorous posters on here.

Why isn't this in Offtopic though? Normally we do parody threads in there.
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January 31, 2013, 01:34:07 PM
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I think is a great idea! Congratulation on having the corporation ready!

What services do you plain to provide?
Will you open the APIs to Developers?

Sebicas

We will provide a full line of banking services tied in with crypto-currency's.
Yes developers will have API's down the road.

Thank you for your support

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January 31, 2013, 01:34:52 PM
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I have always maintained BitcoinINV is one of the more humorous posters on here.

Why isn't this in Offtopic though? Normally we do parody threads in there.

Take it as a joke if you want Smiley

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January 31, 2013, 04:13:40 PM
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We will provide a full line of banking services tied in with crypto-currency's.
Yes developers will have API's down the road.

Thank you for your support

Will you provide a full line of apostrophes tied into plurals and possessives too?

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January 31, 2013, 05:38:16 PM
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We will provide a full line of banking services tied in with crypto-currency's.
Yes developers will have API's down the road.

Thank you for your support

Will you provide a full line of apostrophes tied into plurals and possessives too?

Glad you bored again today keep me at the top.  Cool

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February 01, 2013, 11:34:28 PM
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What made you decide to start the firm in Sweden when you're a US resident?

Would guess that's becasue Sweden allows you to register an Ekonomisk Förening - which is a form of Credit Union that requires no licence or capital (and no KYC requirements either).  Of course to do that all users have to be members of an assocation (no more than 1000 allowed) and, unless he also has a seperate offshore payment processor setup (which would charge fees so as no profit was made) he has to pay 30% of all declared profits to Sweden.

Only thing that concerns me is whether after a few weeks he'll get bored of it and just keep the funds - as happened with his mining company where he stopped mining after only a few weeks and since has just constantly delayed doing anything and is only now, with ASICs out, trying to sell off the crappy hardware that noone wants.
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February 01, 2013, 11:54:51 PM
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What made you decide to start the firm in Sweden when you're a US resident?

Would guess that's becasue Sweden allows you to register an Ekonomisk Förening - which is a form of Credit Union that requires no licence or capital (and no KYC requirements either).  Of course to do that all users have to be members of an assocation (no more than 1000 allowed) and, unless he also has a seperate offshore payment processor setup (which would charge fees so as no profit was made) he has to pay 30% of all declared profits to Sweden.

Only thing that concerns me is whether after a few weeks he'll get bored of it and just keep the funds - as happened with his mining company where he stopped mining after only a few weeks and since has just constantly delayed doing anything and is only now, with ASICs out, trying to sell off the crappy hardware that noone wants.
That's interesting.
But just FTR, keeping a list of members is already doing KYC.

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February 02, 2013, 05:18:22 AM
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What made you decide to start the firm in Sweden when you're a US resident?

Would guess that's becasue Sweden allows you to register an Ekonomisk Förening - which is a form of Credit Union that requires no licence or capital (and no KYC requirements either).  Of course to do that all users have to be members of an assocation (no more than 1000 allowed) and, unless he also has a seperate offshore payment processor setup (which would charge fees so as no profit was made) he has to pay 30% of all declared profits to Sweden.



Maybe.  The fact that they're offering currency exchange services might invoke KYC requirements.

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KYC covered entities: Banks; insurance companies; securities
firms; currency exchange houses, providers of electronic money,
and money transfer companies; accounting firms; law firms and
tax counselors; casinos, gambling entities and lottery ticket sale
outlets; dealers of vehicles, art, antiques and jewelry; and real
estate brokers

http://www.knowyourcountry.com/sweden1111.html

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February 02, 2013, 06:43:30 AM
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Wait, isnt one of the main points of bitcoin the fact that we dont have to deal with banks for the most part?  Why wouldnt I just keep my funds perfectly secure in my own wallet rather that in some wannabe bank that is possibly a complete scam, judging by how much of a clusterfuck this thread is already Smiley

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February 02, 2013, 12:01:42 PM
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Only thing that concerns me is whether after a few weeks he'll get bored of it and just keep the funds - as happened with his mining company where he stopped mining after only a few weeks and since has just constantly delayed doing anything and is only now, with ASICs out, trying to sell off the crappy hardware that noone wants.

Ouch. I had no idea. He just sounds like the average forum muppet, that's one step further.

Save you shit for someone who cares.

Aren't you the one who like 2 months ago tried to make bitcoins using stolen MMO game and failed miserably?

O.o...what with cablepair & etc it appears I've been missing out on stuff.

Wait, isnt one of the main points of bitcoin the fact that we dont have to deal with banks for the most part?  Why wouldnt I just keep my funds perfectly secure in my own wallet rather that in some wannabe bank that is possibly a complete scam, judging by how much of a clusterfuck this thread is already Smiley

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February 02, 2013, 01:58:54 PM
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What made you decide to start the firm in Sweden when you're a US resident?

Would guess that's becasue Sweden allows you to register an Ekonomisk Förening - which is a form of Credit Union that requires no licence or capital (and no KYC requirements either).  Of course to do that all users have to be members of an assocation (no more than 1000 allowed) and, unless he also has a seperate offshore payment processor setup (which would charge fees so as no profit was made) he has to pay 30% of all declared profits to Sweden.



Maybe.  The fact that they're offering currency exchange services might invoke KYC requirements.

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KYC covered entities: Banks; insurance companies; securities
firms; currency exchange houses, providers of electronic money,
and money transfer companies; accounting firms; law firms and
tax counselors; casinos, gambling entities and lottery ticket sale
outlets; dealers of vehicles, art, antiques and jewelry; and real
estate brokers

http://www.knowyourcountry.com/sweden1111.html

Great stuff to bring up guys, yes sweeden will offer us a way to operate in the bitcoin world with out having to worry to much about big brother. We know about all the offshore stuff and we got that sorted out already as well.

We plan for full KYC & AML compliance required or not.
Mods please keep forum on topic.

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February 02, 2013, 02:01:55 PM
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sweeden
It's spelled "Sweden", or alternatively "Nigeria".

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February 02, 2013, 02:04:45 PM
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Save you shit for someone who cares.

Aren't you the one who like 2 months ago tried to make bitcoins using stolen MMO game and failed miserably?

Bitcoin-key's is still operating Wink. The game is not even part of the reason for having any of it. It the fact of being able to sell "items" with as a bitcoins as a"Bonus". This worked and the CC processor allowed it. After talking with my account director he told me I did not need the game site to sell coins. Product bitcoin-keys.com

You should have stayed with the evolution of it before you make claims Smiley.

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February 02, 2013, 02:08:55 PM
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Congratulations, yet another dickhead wanting to be a bankster. Please join the queue behind such luminaries as Chocolate Starfish Anal probe Bank and Kluge de fuckwad.

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February 02, 2013, 02:10:27 PM
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What made you decide to start the firm in Sweden when you're a US resident?

Would guess that's becasue Sweden allows you to register an Ekonomisk Förening - which is a form of Credit Union that requires no licence or capital (and no KYC requirements either).  Of course to do that all users have to be members of an assocation (no more than 1000 allowed) and, unless he also has a seperate offshore payment processor setup (which would charge fees so as no profit was made) he has to pay 30% of all declared profits to Sweden.

Only thing that concerns me is whether after a few weeks he'll get bored of it and just keep the funds - as happened with his mining company where he stopped mining after only a few weeks and since has just constantly delayed doing anything and is only now, with ASICs out, trying to sell off the crappy hardware that noone wants.

What 2 share holders failed to say, is the 2 people that owned 75% of the company decided to pull the plug. But lets keep this on topic there was some great convo there.

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February 02, 2013, 02:13:34 PM
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I'm enjoying this thread.

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February 02, 2013, 02:32:29 PM
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Glad your enjoying it, shows loads from a competing business owner and a staff member at that.

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