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September 28, 2016, 06:43:18 PM
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You are offering interesting and useful service but I can already pay the bills with my Bitcoin  Visa debit card so at the moment I don't have the need for it and the provision is much smaller. But in case that I would need your services, just tell me if this is applicable in.all European countries or there are some restrictions?

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September 28, 2016, 07:44:59 PM
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You are offering interesting and useful service but I can already pay the bills with my Bitcoin  Visa debit card so at the moment I don't have the need for it and the provision is much smaller. But in case that I would need your services, just tell me if this is applicable in.all European countries or there are some restrictions?

Our service is available in all European countries, no restrictions.

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Bitwala offers the world's first blockchain banking experience. All bank accounts come with a German current account, a built-in bitcoin wallet for secure storage and a debit card to spend your funds abroad, online and offline. Sign up today!
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October 03, 2016, 03:54:17 PM
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what ver1 month?
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October 04, 2016, 02:48:39 PM
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How are your services different from other bitcoin debit card services out there?

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October 08, 2016, 09:36:26 AM
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How are your services different from other bitcoin debit card services out there?

We have the lowest fees and the best exchange rate.

We don't only offer a Debit card, but also bank transfers and bill payments worldwide!

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October 08, 2016, 08:21:30 PM
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Who is the card issuer? Where can I find the current btc/eur exchange rate?

The card issuer is MyChoice. You can see the current exchange rate in the top left corner after you log in.

So, to load the card with 1 BTC will cost for me: "rate in the top left corner" minus 0.5% = €393.71 (21.04.2016 17:14 UTC) - €1,96855 = €391,74 ?

Not quite. The fee is added. So in your example, to load up the card with €393.71 (= 1 BTC), you will be asked to pay 1.005 BTC = €395.68.

Maybe I was incorrectly expressed, but it is the same. In my example I have only 1 BTC (=€393.71), so I will get 0.995 BTC = €391,74.?

That is correct.
And don't forget the hidden fee 1% collected by BitPay for offering "the best" exchange rate. Right?
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October 09, 2016, 11:07:16 AM
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Who is the card issuer? Where can I find the current btc/eur exchange rate?

The card issuer is MyChoice. You can see the current exchange rate in the top left corner after you log in.

So, to load the card with 1 BTC will cost for me: "rate in the top left corner" minus 0.5% = €393.71 (21.04.2016 17:14 UTC) - €1,96855 = €391,74 ?

Not quite. The fee is added. So in your example, to load up the card with €393.71 (= 1 BTC), you will be asked to pay 1.005 BTC = €395.68.

Maybe I was incorrectly expressed, but it is the same. In my example I have only 1 BTC (=€393.71), so I will get 0.995 BTC = €391,74.?

That is correct.
And don't forget the hidden fee 1% collected by BitPay for offering "the best" exchange rate. Right?


No, there is no hidden fee. We charge 0,5% for every transaction on top of the Bitcoin exchange rate that is quoted. And usually, the exchange rate is quite good compared to the main exchanges. And we're always working on getting a better exchange rate in the first place.

Bitwala offers the world's first blockchain banking experience. All bank accounts come with a German current account, a built-in bitcoin wallet for secure storage and a debit card to spend your funds abroad, online and offline. Sign up today!
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October 09, 2016, 05:01:40 PM
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Who is the card issuer? Where can I find the current btc/eur exchange rate?

The card issuer is MyChoice. You can see the current exchange rate in the top left corner after you log in.

So, to load the card with 1 BTC will cost for me: "rate in the top left corner" minus 0.5% = €393.71 (21.04.2016 17:14 UTC) - €1,96855 = €391,74 ?

Not quite. The fee is added. So in your example, to load up the card with €393.71 (= 1 BTC), you will be asked to pay 1.005 BTC = €395.68.

Maybe I was incorrectly expressed, but it is the same. In my example I have only 1 BTC (=€393.71), so I will get 0.995 BTC = €391,74.?

That is correct.
And don't forget the hidden fee 1% collected by BitPay for offering "the best" exchange rate. Right?


No, there is no hidden fee. We charge 0,5% for every transaction on top of the Bitcoin exchange rate that is quoted. And usually, the exchange rate is quite good compared to the main exchanges. And we're always working on getting a better exchange rate in the first place.
No, wait, I understand that YOU charge only 0,5% for every transaction but there is also BitPay between you and a customer and they charge additional 1%.

So your statements like "We have the lowest fees and the best exchange rate." and "We charge 0,5% (but saying nothing about additional paygate's fee)  for every transaction on top of the Bitcoin exchange rate that is quoted. And usually, the exchange rate is quite good (now it's usually, not always?) compared to the main exchanges." are untrue and it looks like you are trying to deceive your potential customers.
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October 09, 2016, 08:15:09 PM
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Who is the card issuer? Where can I find the current btc/eur exchange rate?

The card issuer is MyChoice. You can see the current exchange rate in the top left corner after you log in.

So, to load the card with 1 BTC will cost for me: "rate in the top left corner" minus 0.5% = €393.71 (21.04.2016 17:14 UTC) - €1,96855 = €391,74 ?

Not quite. The fee is added. So in your example, to load up the card with €393.71 (= 1 BTC), you will be asked to pay 1.005 BTC = €395.68.

Maybe I was incorrectly expressed, but it is the same. In my example I have only 1 BTC (=€393.71), so I will get 0.995 BTC = €391,74.?

That is correct.
And don't forget the hidden fee 1% collected by BitPay for offering "the best" exchange rate. Right?


No, there is no hidden fee. We charge 0,5% for every transaction on top of the Bitcoin exchange rate that is quoted. And usually, the exchange rate is quite good compared to the main exchanges. And we're always working on getting a better exchange rate in the first place.
No, wait, I understand that YOU charge only 0,5% for every transaction but there is also BitPay between you and a customer and they charge additional 1%.

So your statements like "We have the lowest fees and the best exchange rate." and "We charge 0,5% (but saying nothing about additional paygate's fee)  for every transaction on top of the Bitcoin exchange rate that is quoted. And usually, the exchange rate is quite good (now it's usually, not always?) compared to the main exchanges." are untrue and it looks like you are trying to deceive your potential customers.

Sorry if there's any misunderstandings, let me explain you the process again:

The exchange rate that is stated on our website after login is the one we use. That is usually what you would get at the major exchanges, sometimes a little more, sometimes slightly less. We add our fee of 0,5% on top of that, and that's it. There are no hidden fees.

Bitwala offers the world's first blockchain banking experience. All bank accounts come with a German current account, a built-in bitcoin wallet for secure storage and a debit card to spend your funds abroad, online and offline. Sign up today!
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October 09, 2016, 10:20:44 PM
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can you pay uk household bills   with your site

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October 10, 2016, 08:35:00 AM
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can you pay uk household bills   with your site

Yes, you can. We've posted an article about paying your bills in the UK with Bitcoin via Bitwala, see here: http://about.bitwa.la/bitwala-coming-home/

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October 11, 2016, 04:24:29 PM
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any plans to make a USA version?

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October 12, 2016, 11:20:03 AM
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any plans to make a USA version?

Yes, but don't terminate your regular bank account just yet. Cheesy US is the toughest nut to crack so far.

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October 17, 2016, 11:58:24 AM
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I used the service of Bitwala a lot this year am I am almost pleased. One time they forgot the reference text (that's what the other side, the seller, told me). The only thing I don't like, is that they promise to proceed the transfers within hours on working days, but sometimes it takes more than 24 hours actually. So, this could be much better. All in all it's a great service. And, if possible, they should do payments to PaypLa accounts again, but I guess it was cancelled due to fraudulent actions. :/
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October 17, 2016, 12:03:59 PM
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i likes your service but still here some confusion about the trust of this site because of the domain name .
why you have made buy the damain with .la and not from .com .in .org .net .co.in etc .
and i want ask can i use this site for all over world countries .
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October 17, 2016, 12:11:58 PM
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Nice service unfortunately it is available for Europe only.Do you have any plans to expand it to other continents as well/What about appointing frenchisee?
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November 03, 2016, 06:47:12 PM
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i want to sell some bitcoin on bitwala using code: turkishdelight what will be the fee for sending  and from which country the bank transfer will be made? how long the payment will reach to my turkish account ?
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November 07, 2016, 10:56:08 AM
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Nice service unfortunately it is available for Europe only.Do you have any plans to expand it to other continents as well/What about appointing frenchisee?

We have indeed already expanded, you can use Bitwala from most countries in the world and send money to most countries. Or you could order the Bitwala Debit card, the full list of supported coutries can be found here: http://about.bitwa.la/knowledgebase/which-country-can-debit-card-be-issued/


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November 07, 2016, 11:11:07 AM
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i want to sell some bitcoin on bitwala using code: turkishdelight what will be the fee for sending  and from which country the bank transfer will be made? how long the payment will reach to my turkish account ?

The fee for sending money is always 0.5% of the transaction amount. The country from which the bank transfer is made depends on the currency, so there's no general answer. Please contact customer support if that's something you need to know. Payments are processed within 24 hours, so a payment to a Turkish bank account should arrive within 48 hours. So depending on when you initiate it, it could arrive the same day.

Bitwala offers the world's first blockchain banking experience. All bank accounts come with a German current account, a built-in bitcoin wallet for secure storage and a debit card to spend your funds abroad, online and offline. Sign up today!
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February 13, 2017, 07:38:04 AM
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Hello @bitwala

Can you give me a free voucher to try out the physical card (eur), please?  Grin

Thanks
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