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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy2 View Post
    Founder and Partner at Morgan Creek Digital, Anthony Pompliano predicts that BTC will carry a value of $100,000 by 2021
    buy buy buy
    Their returns aren't great, seems to be a fund-of-funds type setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helen7 View Post
    It takes a day or so for you bank card transactions to be confirmed.

    International transfers are ridiculous. Try moving 100k between UK and NZ and see what fees the banks want to charge you (and the tulipty exchange rate they give)
    Transferwise does it in about 24 hours with a decent rate?

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    Transferwise only works if there is someone on the other side of the transaction. This is usually fine in USD, GDP, EUR - but once you go off the beaten track it becomes an issue.

    I tried setting up a US dollar account not long ago on TransferWise - what a joke - gave up in the end. US identity checks etc, what's the money for? etc. What's your inside leg measurement - that's none of their business.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scooterscot View Post
    Transferwise only works if there is someone on the other side of the transaction. This is usually fine in USD, GDP, EUR - but once you go off the beaten track it becomes an issue.

    I tried setting up a US dollar account not long ago on TransferWise - what a joke - gave up in the end. US identity checks etc, what's the money for? etc. What's your inside leg measurement - that's none of their business.
    Total nonsense. I have a USD account with TransferWise and it was a piece of cake to create. You’re probably flagged.

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