think this is no problem... it needs no time for the bank to change into CHF. the only thing negativ is, eventually you have to pay fees for changes...
here's a discussion about inflate the CHF because our economy nearly can't export (And nearly nobody's making holidays in my village in the mountains). They want to give out 100'000'000'000 CHF in fonds to get the CHF cheaper... so the CHF will slowly follow the EUR. i'm against this fond (hope i can vote)
But i'm shure it'll be also on longterm a much more stable currency than USD and EUR!
I think you misunderstood me. For someone in the UK for example, what do you do after you've bought CHF and its sitting in your Mt Gox account? There is no way to get the physical notes without first changing to your currency then buying physical CHF at a local physical exchanger. This means you lose money through exchange fees.
BTC ---> CHF(on mt gox) ---> GBP(bank transfer) --->CHF(physical, now safe under my mattress,lol.)
So why not just sell BTC for GBP on Mt Gox then withdraw the GBP? Seems to me trading for CHF will only benefit those with bank accounts denominated in CHF.