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December 12, 2010, 10:45:12 PM
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https://www.ikobo.com/

Apparently when you send someone money they get a prepaid credit card using this service and then you can just keep refilling it.

It seems a bit cheaper than western union for sending cash and you dont have to go to an agent to pick up the money.

https://www.ikobo.com/for-business.html  the business account looks promising as a way for someone to send multiple payments out. It needs a US bank account right now but they say it will be more countries in future.



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Hum...  seems like a good candidate for a gateway from bitcoin to Visa/ATM.

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Sounds nice. i will try them out, only wish there keep to their words.
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