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Topic # 231825 14-Mar-2018 21:49
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I just tried to buy some of the new official (?) Swedish crypto:

 

It’s finally happened. A major worldwide government has just bestowed a huge vote of confidence and legitimacy onto the world of cryptocurrencies. Sweden, in an unprecedented move, just announced that they are officially adopting a certain cryptocurrency as Sweden’s official coin!

 

The Swedish government just informed us that they have chosen a preferred firm for the purchase and marketing of their new coin - Kryptonex Research Group. The sales of Sweden's coin officially started March 13 of 2018 and currently these coins can be bought only from Kryptonex Research Group.

 

but---KiwiBank won't let me :( They probably know better than I!





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  Reply # 1976783 14-Mar-2018 21:55
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Time to change bank then perhaps? Until the half-bank loses customers, and probably better customers than the typical sitting around $0 that I know of who use kiwi bank, they will not change their ways.





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  Reply # 1976802 14-Mar-2018 22:08
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Maybe Kiwi bank read this article https://cryptohelp.ch/how-to-detect-a-scam/

 

 




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  Reply # 1976805 14-Mar-2018 22:13
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Hmmm, thanks, pretty good for a half-bank, then!  Interesting how it was right there as news in MSN, but I suppose that we are surrounded by fake news.





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