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December 15, 2016, 06:37:41 PM
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Switzerland: How the World’s Densest Bitcoin ATM Network is Doing

One month after Switzerland’s national railway company SBB/CFF/FFS surprised everyone by allowing every single one of their ticket machines to sell bitcoin to anyone with a Swiss phone number, we followed up to see how it has been going for SBB and its customers.

https://news.bitcoin.com/switzerland-densest-bitcoin-atm-network/

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December 15, 2016, 06:41:05 PM
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o wow, thats great. Leave it to the Swiss to help grow the BTC revolution Cheesy

ALL train stations in Switzerland, geez that country looks better and better every year to move to haha


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December 15, 2016, 07:13:16 PM
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o wow, thats great. Leave it to the Swiss to help grow the BTC revolution Cheesy

ALL train stations in Switzerland, geez that country looks better and better every year to move to haha

Yeah, what a strange world. Bitcoin should be the universal micro payment money that everybody should use,

now only the richest nation in the world can afford the fees and really use it.

Thx BScore


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December 15, 2016, 07:20:40 PM
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o wow, thats great. Leave it to the Swiss to help grow the BTC revolution Cheesy

ALL train stations in Switzerland, geez that country looks better and better every year to move to haha

Yeah, what a strange world. Bitcoin should be the universal micro payment money that everybody should use,

now only the richest nation in the world can afford the fees and really use it.

Thx BScore


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lol.  leave it to people to make sure to find a way to bitch and complain SOMEHOW ;p
that's the problem really, everyone's so busy complaining about "they can afford things i can't"  to just get there as well. a.k.a all of America ;p
idk, maybe its just jealousy  Cool


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December 15, 2016, 11:00:31 PM
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o wow, thats great. Leave it to the Swiss to help grow the BTC revolution Cheesy

ALL train stations in Switzerland, geez that country looks better and better every year to move to haha

Yeah, what a strange world. Bitcoin should be the universal micro payment money that everybody should use,

now only the richest nation in the world can afford the fees and really use it.

Thx BScore


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groan ...

If the blockchain transaction fees were zero, Sweepay would still be charging their 6% or so for bitcoin purchases thru these machines.

You're just trolling.

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December 16, 2016, 01:09:38 PM
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o wow, thats great. Leave it to the Swiss to help grow the BTC revolution Cheesy

ALL train stations in Switzerland, geez that country looks better and better every year to move to haha

Yeah, what a strange world. Bitcoin should be the universal micro payment money that everybody should use,

now only the richest nation in the world can afford the fees and really use it.

Thx BScore


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groan ...

If the blockchain transaction fees were zero, Sweepay would still be charging their 6% or so for bitcoin purchases thru these machines.

You're just trolling.




You used right grammar:  'fees were'  - in the past!  Or would you claim you or anybody else use bitcoin for micro payments ? 

Carpe diem  -  cut the down side  -  be anti-fragile - don't dillute Bitcoin!
A feature that needs more than one convincing argument is no and Satoshi owes me no signing - also because of Sartre.
The simple way is the genius way - in Moore and Satoshi we trust.
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December 16, 2016, 02:08:23 PM
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Switzerland: How the World’s Densest Bitcoin ATM Network is Doing

One month after Switzerland’s national railway company SBB/CFF/FFS surprised everyone by allowing every single one of their ticket machines to sell bitcoin to anyone with a Swiss phone number, we followed up to see how it has been going for SBB and its customers.

https://news.bitcoin.com/switzerland-densest-bitcoin-atm-network/

Switzerland has always been one of the best countries in the world. They are quick to adopt everything which is good for their people and now they have more than 1000 BTMs working around the clock. Why am I not surprised? I think other countries should follow their example as soon as possible. Good job, Switzerland!
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December 23, 2016, 03:21:37 PM
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o wow, thats great. Leave it to the Swiss to help grow the BTC revolution Cheesy

ALL train stations in Switzerland, geez that country looks better and better every year to move to haha

Yeah, what a strange world. Bitcoin should be the universal micro payment money that everybody should use,

now only the richest nation in the world can afford the fees and really use it.

Thx BScore


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This has nothing to do with wealth. The fees are cheaper than for example Western Union what is often used by many people in poorer countries. So, the argument is invalid. Switzerland and Swiss people are simply more open-minded to new technology and developments. This is the reason why Switzerland is leading the way with so many things. And being leading in new technologies creates more wealth.

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