Bitcoin isn’t going to “destroy them” .
With every DM central bank hell-bent on ensuring that the currencies which roll off their printing presses will become ever more worthless with each passing iteration of the global debt monetization ponzi scheme, and with calls growing louder to ban hard currency altogether in an effort to remove the effective lower bound and thus make it possible for bureaucrats to centrally plan every aspect of the economy right down to the micromanagement of people’s spending habits, we suppose now is as good a time as any to make the switch to a medium of exchange not controlled by the Keynesian cabal and where better to go “crypto” than Switzerland which, according to Handelszeitung, is set to open its first Bitcoin bank.
Switzerland’s financial center is likely to be rich in the near future to one facet. Currently, preparations are underway for the establishment of the first Bitcoin Bank. The reportedly from multiple sources in the financial sector. Corresponding discussions with the Financial Market Supervisory Authority are to take place in these days. To date, there is in Switzerland no bank that offers services with the new digital currency Bitcoin.
The initiators of the project confirmed the facts: “The application for a banking license, we will submit in the next few weeks,” says Guido Rudolphi. The IT specialist is one of a group of eight people, which are behind the planned establishment of the financial institution. «First investors are on board, and it runs the search for suitable premises.” To which company is which ultimately applied for a banking license, did Rudolphi competitive reasons forequarters not say…
From traditional institutions they first distinguished by the intended clientele. For future customers include about companies that generate income and revenues in Bitcoin and at the same time require access to the traditional banking system. These are examples Bitcoin exchanges, Bitcoin broker, pay providers and software platforms on which the new digital currencies play a role. Until now such companies – although based in Switzerland – the most costly detour via foreign banks go.
There you have it. No longer will Swiss Bitcoin brokers, exchanges, and providers be forced to take a “costly detour via foreign banks,” but can instead transact right at home and thus help to create and facilitate what we imagine will be an especially effective tax avoidance system involving the potent combination of Swiss banks and a currency that many people still do not fully understand.