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  1. And banks that adopt crypto payments faster than others will attract more clients, so it's a win-win situation
  2. I think Ripple is used more often. For example, in the US banks start to resort to XRP more often https://ethereumworldnews.com/top-ten-u-s-bank-pnc-to-use-ripple-for-international-payments/
  3. I believe mining is an option if you have the hardware necessary for the process. However, with bitcoin, there are less and less blocks to be mined so it becomes more difficult
  4. Yeah that's what I've heard. I would like to try it later on, though.
  5. Luckily for the country, unluckily for the health of everyone
  6. Yes, hope so. At least, that's what they say. And I never heard of any data leaking incident with TG
  7. I didn't notice it earlier, but it is possible to look this transaction up https://etherscan.io/tx/0x1f73b43dc9c48cc131a931fac7095de9e5eba0c5184ec0c5c5f1f32efa2a6bab
  8. Even if it was a mistake, it makes me doubt whether this system will try to take a bigger fee from me as well. Anyway, it's not good for them
  9. I checked their website, looks like they have a nice policy, many transactions are free of charge
  10. Haha, yeah sounds nice. I wonder how the comany came up with such a name
  11. TG is my favorite messenger to communicate and stay updated about last news. And it is highly protected from hacking
  12. I suppose he might have had this money if he was charged the fee. The question is,,on what grounds? How could the system calculate such fee? Is it really money laundering?
  13. Agree, because they control its use and know how to manage consequences. I suppose this brings a great deal of money into the country's budget
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