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January 10, 2014, 06:34:02 PM
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Here is their website with announcement subpage:
http://www.lombardwroclawska.pl/produkty-uslugi/skup-bitcoinow/

And address on google map:
http://goo.gl/vEKFnx
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January 11, 2014, 02:22:40 AM
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Here is their website with announcement subpage:
http://www.lombardwroclawska.pl/produkty-uslugi/skup-bitcoinow/

And address on google map:
http://goo.gl/vEKFnx

Sorry, to be clear, this is a new Polish-based bitcoin trading exchange?
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January 12, 2014, 01:11:10 AM
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Here is their website with announcement subpage:
http://www.lombardwroclawska.pl/produkty-uslugi/skup-bitcoinow/

And address on google map:
http://goo.gl/vEKFnx

Sorry, to be clear, this is a new Polish-based bitcoin trading exchange?

No it is the real place like this:




If I described it in my first post unclear, please correct me how I should wrote it (I will remember that) - english is not my native language.
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January 12, 2014, 01:28:09 AM
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Original post was clear to me. Great news.
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January 12, 2014, 02:47:15 AM
Last edit: January 12, 2014, 03:19:08 AM by Carlton Banks
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Here is their website with announcement subpage:
http://www.lombardwroclawska.pl/produkty-uslugi/skup-bitcoinow/

And address on google map:
http://goo.gl/vEKFnx

Sorry, to be clear, this is a new Polish-based bitcoin trading exchange?

No it is the real place like this:




If I described it in my first post unclear, please correct me how I should wrote it (I will remember that) - english is not my native language.

I wondered if something was getting lost in translation, because it sounds too good to be true.

This could be one of the most bullish signs to date IMO. Internet exchanges and bitcoin specific ATMs are very specialised, and maybe in the back of everyone's mind could be "if bitcoin fails, then say goodbye to that business"

But a mainstream bureau de change? That's a serious thing, no matter where it's located. This isn't just mainstream, it's mainstream integration with the financial system. It's only a fews steps removed from HSBC or Bank of America doing a bitcoin account.

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January 12, 2014, 06:21:46 PM
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I was thinking more of a thing like this:



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January 12, 2014, 09:34:07 PM
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But a mainstream bureau de change? That's a serious thing, no matter where it's located. This isn't just mainstream, it's mainstream integration with the financial system. It's only a fews steps removed from HSBC or Bank of America doing a bitcoin account.

Yeah, out of most of the news I see about "new Bitcoin <whatever>", this really stands out. Makes me think that mainstream currency pair trading isn't that far off either by established forex trading desks. If that happens, forget the mickey-mouse exchanges we've been suffering with, its going to go mainstream with the trading crowd.

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January 12, 2014, 10:20:37 PM
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But a mainstream bureau de change? That's a serious thing, no matter where it's located. This isn't just mainstream, it's mainstream integration with the financial system. It's only a fews steps removed from HSBC or Bank of America doing a bitcoin account.

Yeah, out of most of the news I see about "new Bitcoin <whatever>", this really stands out. Makes me think that mainstream currency pair trading isn't that far off either by established forex trading desks. If that happens, forget the mickey-mouse exchanges we've been suffering with, its going to go mainstream with the trading crowd.


It's amusing to think where they might be sourcing their supply from. The only possible avenues are commercial mining companies (a few of those around now), and the traditional mickey-mouse exchanges, of course Cheesy Mining them in-house is only slightly more unlikely than using bitcoin-otc  Grin

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January 13, 2014, 02:37:29 PM
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I was thinking more of a thing like this:




What a difference how it looks like and where it's located if it is Polish capital city? Several years ago people also thought "what is this internet, who would like to use it?".
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