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May 22, 2018, 03:00:06 PM
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A full Crypto/ Fiat bank.
Offering multi currencies both FIAT and crypto?
Linked to both the swift system and Crypto systems?
With also possibly, numbered accounts?
What else would you want?
And what would you pay for it?
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May 22, 2018, 08:45:42 PM
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A full Crypto/ Fiat bank.
Offering multi currencies both FIAT and crypto?
Linked to both the swift system and Crypto systems?
With also possibly, numbered accounts?
What else would you want?
And what would you pay for it?


To be honest if merchants and services accept directly crypto, it is more likely I am going to spend crypto before even thinking to go with some banking system. As it goes what will we want I guess easy access with mobile application ready and support for multiple cryptos out there. Maybe option for merchants to integrate their store via your payment gateway and thus enable them to accept both fiat and crypto via your system.
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May 22, 2018, 09:31:55 PM
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What else would you want?

full regulation, a banking licence, several years of successful operation and total accountability.

stuff like this pops up all the time. funnily enough we rarely hear anything about them again.
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May 22, 2018, 09:43:37 PM
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Add Debit card to that and you have a great package. With ability to store cryptocurrencies on a card and pay with them by converting to fiat at the time of purchase - something like Monaco Visa card.

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May 22, 2018, 09:53:08 PM
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full regulation, a banking licence, several years of successful operation and total accountability.

stuff like this pops up all the time. funnily enough we rarely hear anything about them again.
I'd like to agree with ECB though the first and second is already enough for me to try it.

What else would you want?
Let's see, how about the same interest feature from the bank?
Both funds on crypto & fiat part would have an annual interest with a define %.

And what would you pay for it?
It's very hard to answer that until no such test.
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May 22, 2018, 11:17:42 PM
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Ok, users above posted some good thoughts. I would only ask, what do you mean by saying "numbered accounts"? Could you elaborate?
SWIFT? How about SEPA for European users?
And if you will start fiat/crypto bank, you would need to offer Debit Cards. Currently there aren't many crypto debit cards in market. And these which are still working are expensive or have various restrictions. It would be great to have an alternative.

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May 23, 2018, 08:29:08 AM
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What else would you want?

full regulation, a banking licence, several years of successful operation and total accountability.

stuff like this pops up all the time. funnily enough we rarely hear anything about them again.

Well not all countries and regulations are born equally.
We have been in discussion with two countries who will allow us to operate as a full service crypto/fiat bank. for over a year.
So you may find you will hear about it at last.
Hence the question, what service would you like from the bank/ banks
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May 23, 2018, 08:37:03 AM
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Ok, users above posted some good thoughts. I would only ask, what do you mean by saying "numbered accounts"? Could you elaborate?
SWIFT? How about SEPA for European users?
And if you will start fiat/crypto bank, you would need to offer Debit Cards. Currently there aren't many crypto debit cards in market. And these which are still working are expensive or have various restrictions. It would be great to have an alternative.


OK regarding numbered accounts... think like the Austrian "SPARBUCH" accounts. But a digital version.

Sepa is NOT possible, but an iban based transfer real time system will be.
SEPA is for European banks only at this stage.

Yes it will be a full service account. cards. loans etc. based on a private banking principle.
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May 23, 2018, 08:43:13 AM
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Add Debit card to that and you have a great package. With ability to store cryptocurrencies on a card and pay with them by converting to fiat at the time of purchase - something like Monaco Visa card.

Yes ! that is the way it will happen.
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May 23, 2018, 08:46:13 AM
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Then you're talking about so-called offshore jurisdictions then. This might help explain how you're in discussions with two countries. No way you could ever do that in a non-offshore country and have the time to ask people in this forum about it! Since this is crypto related, I'm sensing either Gibraltar or Malta here, though the former's crypto laws if I recall will be regulated by an EU watchdog.

Private banking licenses are fairly easy to obtain, provided you have the capital and agreements in place. Swiss private banking redux?

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May 23, 2018, 08:54:31 AM
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Then you're talking about so-called offshore jurisdictions then. This might help explain how you're in discussions with two countries. No way you could ever do that in a non-offshore country and have the time to ask people in this forum about it! Since this is crypto related, I'm sensing either Gibraltar or Malta here, though the former's crypto laws if I recall will be regulated by an EU watchdog.

Private banking licenses are fairly easy to obtain, provided you have the capital and agreements in place. Swiss private banking redux?

Yes offshore, but using established banks as base not new banks. (renamed and re branded as such)
New banks carry far too many issues. and time implications to set up.
Yes Swiss banking Redux.
We are a group of professional successful bankers and commodity traders.
Gibraltar and Malta will not allow such operation. as they fall cleanly into the EU remit.   


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May 23, 2018, 02:25:36 PM
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Then you're talking about so-called offshore jurisdictions then. This might help explain how you're in discussions with two countries. No way you could ever do that in a non-offshore country and have the time to ask people in this forum about it! Since this is crypto related, I'm sensing either Gibraltar or Malta here, though the former's crypto laws if I recall will be regulated by an EU watchdog.

Private banking licenses are fairly easy to obtain, provided you have the capital and agreements in place. Swiss private banking redux?

Swiss banking system is good for the corporate whales and other people mate. But private banking with Swiss redux is actually possible to do it mate. Is there any service where you can find banking between two countries. I do not think anything possible for that.

Then as above said we need to find the crypto debit and credit for regular bank collaborated with cryptocurrencies but seems many countries looking to regulate the payment mode.
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May 23, 2018, 03:03:10 PM
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Then you're talking about so-called offshore jurisdictions then. This might help explain how you're in discussions with two countries. No way you could ever do that in a non-offshore country and have the time to ask people in this forum about it! Since this is crypto related, I'm sensing either Gibraltar or Malta here, though the former's crypto laws if I recall will be regulated by an EU watchdog.

Private banking licenses are fairly easy to obtain, provided you have the capital and agreements in place. Swiss private banking redux?

Swiss banking system is good for the corporate whales and other people mate. But private banking with Swiss redux is actually possible to do it mate. Is there any service where you can find banking between two countries. I do not think anything possible for that.

Then as above said we need to find the crypto debit and credit for regular bank collaborated with cryptocurrencies but seems many countries looking to regulate the payment mode.
But here is the point as per my original post.
We have not one but two.
And as asked what would you like to see service wise from that?
Quite a serious question. Giving people like yourselves real input in to how this will operate and what services you would like.
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