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August 14, 2011, 04:54:10 PM

BTC Savings Bank LTD
BTC Savings Bank LTD press release, Limassol, Cyprus

We would like to throw our idea to the test!
All comments , good or bad are very much accepted .

My team earlier today , has registered in the Cyprus ministry of finance the BTC Savings Bank LTD name. Based on Limassol Cyprus, we will have the license to offer financial services to international clients .

Services that BTC Savings Bank will offer:
•   Deposit and Savings* Accounts on BTC currency
•   Wallet Security Consulting for Companies and Merchants
•   Bitcoin Investment Insurance
•   Bitcoin-Internet Business Consulting
•   Start Up Capital for Bitcoin Businesses around the world
•   Legal Consulting regarding Bitcoin Business
•   Bitcoin Fund Management
•   Bitcoin Projects Management
•   Forex-Gold-Silver-Oil trading using BTC
•   Offshore Business Services, Company formation , Offshore Bank account etc.
At the moment we do NOT offer loans, only start-up capital for Bitcoin related business.

*Our Savings Account Packages offer fixed interest up to 7% with your BTC available anytime you request. 
**Looking for online agents in the USA, UK, Canada, Europe, Asia and AUS. Contact us today for remote job opportunities.

More detailed information will be released soon.
Request our information kit today!
Thank you for your time.

For BTC Savings Bank and Orange Consulting LTD
Nick Papadopoulos
Limassol , Cyprus.

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August 15, 2011, 01:52:07 AM

Do you have a working website?

How's the security of your funds? are the funds kept in Bitcoin or in USD?

Where are the funds being kept if it's bitcoin? what bank are you using if it's a fiat currency?

I guess I need to get the information kit.
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