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November 24, 2020, 02:21:33 PM
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I am trading on altcoins to btc only, I hope someone else will give you more detailed answer.
I know some banks in Poland allow to open account  - you only  need to provide your coresspondence address located in Poland.

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November 27, 2020, 09:59:29 PM
Last edit: November 28, 2020, 12:03:36 AM by malevolent
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zreszta nawet jesli faktycznie Kaczyński jest u schylku swojej aktywnosci politycznej, to na horyzoncie czeka pan Zero.. pardon Ziobro, oraz kilku "młodych wilczków", którzy też niekoniecznie beda niegrozni dla Polski i Polaków..

Ziobro jest groźny, bo jego Solidarna Polska jest w koalicji w PiS, jak Kaczor odejdzie i się zaczną żreć to jest nadzieja na odsunięcie go od władzy. Chyba że uda mu się jeszcze bardziej umocnić swoją pozycję, wtedy kaplica.

3.   Is it possible to open account in Poland bank for foreigner, to get a card, to sell some crypto and transfer funds to the card in sort of legal way. And then just cpend PLN in usual way.

Please tell me what is the cheapest (free basic charge) Online Bank in Poland. I´m not good in writing Polish but you can Answer in Polish i will understand. Currently I live in Germany so would be nice if that Online Bank would have Accounts in Zloty, €, $ and no Problems with Bitcoin-Trading.

Yes, it's possible, but if you don't live here, you will have to travel to Poland and you will need to provide some address (take your passport with you). Whether you will have problems in the long-term when using a bank account for BTC trading is hard to tell as there's a lot of arbitrariness involved.


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