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May 12, 2018, 02:22:11 PM
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Bithome is a Swiss consulting company aimed at simplifying the transactional, legal, and security components of using cryptocurrency to buy or sell real estate in Europe. Bithome offers you a one-stop, comprehensive service in partnership with a reliable Swiss cryptocurrency broker, together with other relevant professionals, including legal, tax, banking and associated specialism who have cryptocurrency transaction expertise.
If you're interested go to https://bithome.ch/
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May 12, 2018, 02:44:19 PM
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Bithome is a Swiss consulting company aimed at simplifying the transactional, legal, and security components of using cryptocurrency to buy or sell real estate in Europe. Bithome offers you a one-stop, comprehensive service in partnership with a reliable Swiss cryptocurrency broker, together with other relevant professionals, including legal, tax, banking and associated specialism who have cryptocurrency transaction expertise.
If you're interested go to https://bithome.ch/

Is this become legal to accept the bitcoin as a payment there on Swiss? I have noticed on Coindesk once some of the states in Swiss looking to adopt and pass their bill on assemblies to accept BTC. After that there is no news about it.
If government does not accept the bitcoin as a payment how you will proceed with the legal documentation works mate.

Hope you will clarify these things to all who looking to use this project,

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May 13, 2018, 04:26:15 AM
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The seller has to (obviously) agree to accept bitcoin in the first place, not the government. You will have to pay any tax (i.e. land registry) that originate from the process in fiat though. Our notaries closed such deals already in Switzerland and Italy.
Have a nice day!  Smiley
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May 13, 2018, 11:03:50 AM
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in partnership with a reliable Swiss cryptocurrency broker,
Can we request for more details, in regards to this and the team behind "BITHOME"?

I would suggest to allow "buyers" to have the ability to choose two or more options in the typeform.

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May 13, 2018, 05:02:39 PM
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in partnership with a reliable Swiss cryptocurrency broker,
Can we request for more details, in regards to this and the team behind "BITHOME"?

Our exchange partner is Bitcoin Suisse.
As for Bithome's team I'm still reluctant to disclose any names and partner professionals since we're not yet a formally constituted company. In a couple of months I should be able to be less vague and introduce the people involved in the project. As for myself you can look me up on https://www.linkedin.com/in/paololazzeri/.



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I would suggest to allow "buyers" to have the ability to choose two or more options in the typeform.

Done. Thanks for the suggestion.   Smiley



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