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November 23, 2013, 01:11:31 AM
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would anyone be interested (change banks/credit union) if the bank offered software that allows its costumers to buy, sell, and exchange bit coin. If so what features would you want or expect.
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November 23, 2013, 01:18:18 AM
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It'd be great if my internet-banking would include bitcoin/litecoin exchanges, show some charts and have a low commission. But I don't think it'll happen any soon lol
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November 23, 2013, 01:22:44 AM
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would anyone be interested (change banks/credit union) if the bank offered software that allows its costumers to buy, sell, and exchange bit coin. If so what features would you want or expect.

Sure I would be interested, this bank could get a lot new clients  Smiley
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November 23, 2013, 04:57:37 PM
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would anyone be interested (change banks/credit union) if the bank offered software that allows its costumers to buy, sell, and exchange bit coin. If so what features would you want or expect.

That would be great.  However, I'd immediately switch my accounts to any bank that publicly states that they won't discriminate against individuals who are engaging in bitcoin based businesses.  If they would simply promise in writing that "operating a bitcoin based business" won't be used as an excuse to close someone's accounts for "high risk" activity, they'd immediately have my business.

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November 23, 2013, 04:59:43 PM
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would anyone be interested (change banks/credit union) if the bank offered software that allows its costumers to buy, sell, and exchange bit coin. If so what features would you want or expect.

That would be great.  However, I'd immediately switch my accounts to any bank that publicly states that they won't discriminate against individuals who are engaging in bitcoin based businesses.  If they would simply promise in writing that "operating a bitcoin based business" won't be used as an excuse to close someone's accounts for "high risk" activity, they'd immediately have my business.
Me too.  I would move to any bank that promised this.  They don't have to do anything else related to Bitcoin - just promise not to close accounts based on the fact the owner of the account is using Bitcoins.

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