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Offline serejandmyself

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I like coinsbank, because then I don't even need to have a bank account, apart from the one attached to the card (no advertsiment inteded). And you just made me realize, that I can actaully use bitshares, to top up my btc wallet there.

Ashame they don't want to accept bts as a token to use.
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Offline konelectric

Good video, you can also use your xapo wallet - they provide a debit card too.

I like the debit card ability.
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Good video, you can also use your xapo wallet - they provide a debit card too.

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I've made a quick video showing how to withdraw BitUSD to you bank account via uphold.com

https://youtu.be/IFs-iFJ8Y3Y

I cut this video a bit short as it displayed some of my bank details. but you just withdraw to USD bank account at 0% fee and have to wait 1-3 days

Obviously you have to pay upholds conversion fee of 0.45% and whatever blocktrades charges to convert BitUSD to BTC.


Nice little tutorial, I will tweet about it.
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Thanks for this info.

This looks like a much cheaper way to transfer funds than Remittio.  As a bitshares user, why would I then want to use Remittio?  (besides having more cryptocurrency to use)
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Offline Chronos

Nice video!

I was hoping for a gateway that converted directly BitUSD -> USD. Without even considering the extra fees, waiting for the confirmations on the bitcoin network makes Bitshares look slow, when it's actually one of the fastest blockchains around.  8)

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I've made a quick video showing how to withdraw BitUSD to you bank account via uphold.com

https://youtu.be/IFs-iFJ8Y3Y

I cut this video a bit short as it displayed some of my bank details. but you just withdraw to USD bank account at 0% fee and have to wait 1-3 days

Obviously you have to pay upholds conversion fee of 0.45% and whatever blocktrades charges to convert BitUSD to BTC.
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