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April 04, 2014, 06:29:19 PM
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If there was developed a a new cryptowallet, like a swiss knife - what featuresand services would you like to have in addition to the traditional? (use your imagination).
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April 04, 2014, 06:58:35 PM
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I'd like to see the ability to have separate "accounts" where I could set aside money and keep track of it separate from my "pool" of money. Like you could have a car maintenance account where you put 0.1 BTC a month and then paid for oil changes, wiper blades and car washes from that "wallet." Or you could have a vacation savings account, emergency fund, fun money etc..

I've wondered why regular banks don't do this. Probably because it would encourage people to save and budget instead of using a credit card.
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April 04, 2014, 07:26:54 PM
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I'd like to see the ability to have separate "accounts" where I could set aside money and keep track of it separate from my "pool" of money. Like you could have a car maintenance account where you put 0.1 BTC a month and then paid for oil changes, wiper blades and car washes from that "wallet." Or you could have a vacation savings account, emergency fund, fun money etc..

I've wondered why regular banks don't do this. Probably because it would encourage people to save and budget instead of using a credit card.

I use mvelopes.com to do this with my bank accounts since the banks don't offer it directly.  It would be nice to have this for my bitcoin.
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