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Justcoin: Secure Bitcoin Exchange from Norway

Justcoin is a Bitcoin exchange and Ripple gateway. Most of Justcoin is open source, check the sidebar to find the repository.
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Norwegian Banks Say No To Bitcoin Business; Justcoin Exchange Closes

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bitcoin exchange based on justcoin.com

https://github.com/justcoin/snow Who can help me to start this project work? I am will pay for the work within reasonable limits.
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Justcoin · Secure Bitcoin Exchange from Norway (USD, EUR, NOK)

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Bitcoin Exchange Justcoin is Open Again.

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ANX Acquisition Revives Troubled Bitcoin Exchange Justcoin

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Justcoin is now on peer-to-peer Bitcoin exchange and wallet review site BitcoinX! Rate us if you like!

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Justcoin is shutting down. Withdraw your funds.

Dear Justcoin user,
Deposits are closed. Trading will close tomorrow, October 29th. We urge all users to withdraw their funds as soon as possible. Final deadline for withdrawals is November 11th. You may find useful information on wallets at https://bitcoin.org/en/choose-your-wallet.
Please allow up to 24 hours for your withdrawals to process. We will manually batch withdrawals of all currencies. Cancelling a requested withdrawal will put you in the back of the line.
Justcoin is shutting down all operations. Our bank has notified us that it will no longer accept businesses dealing with digital currencies. The same goes for other Norwegian banks. Without a bank account we have no business and need to shut down. This event demonstrates the need for decentralized payment networks.
If you need help or have problems with the withdrawal process please contact [email protected]. We want to thank all our loyal customers for their support and wish you all the best.
Thank you,
Klaus & Andreas, founders.
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I need to buy some BTC with norwegian krones. Norway BTC people please help !

What exchange would you recommend that is accepting fiat transfers form norwegian bank accout (transfers in norwegian krones) ? Have you used 'justcoin.com' - is is reliable, or maybe you could recommend other good thrustworthy exhange ? Thank you for your opinion on this :)
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Another one bites the dust

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How to accept Dogecoin with your business, and why. A few pointers.

THE UPDATED VERSION OF THIS POST CAN BE FOUND HERE.
You are a business owner and sell goods or services. You heard about Dogecoin. You wonder how you can use it in your business. This thread is for you.
If you have no idea what Dogecoin is, read up on it here (click). In short, it is a digital currency that is perfect for everyday use. Read on if you want to know why it would be good for your enterprise.
Why should I accept payments in Dogecoin? 
Dogecoin offers you:
Dogecoin can be exchanged to national currencies. You can do this easily by yourself or use the automatic conversion offered by some payment processors (all is explained further down). You can also just keep your Dogecoin and spend it or offer it to your employees! :)
Dogecoin is fun and it gets ever more useful the more people like you use and accept it. There are other merchants who have gone this path before you - you can read interviews about them and their experiences on this blog. You can also talk with other merchants in /dogevendors, check out these testimonials ([1, 2], 3), search this subreddit and post any questions you have right here!
I want to accept donations. What are my options? 
Just download the client and put up the wallet address up on your page with donation info. Done! That's it! If you want something snazzy, check out this widget or this one (or this one) (or this one).
If you need to track who sent you how much money (for goodies and that), you could ask that donators tell you that they're sending you a very specific amount of coins (e.g. 100.424242), and match it to their name. However, this can be abused as your transaction history is public. If you're actually selling stuff, check out the next section instead.
I sell stuff online. What are my options? 
You have a lot! It boils down to one of these:
The last option can be interesting if you don't have your own web store, are selling digital goods and/or are just selling on as a side business. If your business is your main income, handling payment yourself is probably better.
1) Manually processing transactions
All you need for this is a Dogecoin wallet. You simply generate a payment address for each of your customers, send it to them and confirm that your coins arrived at the address. This is super fast to set up and there is absolutely no commitment.
If you just want to try it out before investing a lot of effort, just set up a wallet (either with the Dogecoin desktop client or an online wallet (listed under Browser "here") and let your customers know that they can now pay with Dogecoin. You can use some of these buttons if you wish( 1 2 3 4 5) and browse this asset repository of useful artwork. The graphical interface is still being developed, but you can browse the files and find license information already :)
2) Automatically processing transactions
Check out the section on APIs and payment processors further down!
3) Selling stuff through a 3rd-party site
There are a number of sites that function a lot like eBay, Etsy and Xmart. You enter your products and they handle the payment and web store stuff. This is most convenient if you have digital goods to sell (music, books...) and want to send them out automatically.
If you are an Etsy user who wants to accept Dogecoin, click here.
I sell from a physical store or location. What are my options? 
All you need is an internet connection in your store and a web-capable device, such as a mobile phone, cheap tablet or a nearby PC. On-site, your customers can send you coins using their phone, or you can sell coupons for your goods online in advance.
DogePos is a point-of-sales app that is open source and Koupah announced that they will accept Doge as well. You can use or apply for all of these tools right now! Either way, all you need is a way to 1) convert a USD price into Doge, and to 2) check that the coins have arrived in your wallet.
To check your wallet balance and Doge prices, you can use the app MyDOGE oniPhones and iPads, and this app on Android devices. This is one of many useful price converter websites you can bookmark. Checking your balance on the PC can be done with the wallet client.
If you want to sell your goods or coupons for them online, it might be easiest use a ready-made stores capable of digital distribution. Check point "3)" in the above section for some options.
Dogecoin payment processors, APIs, checkouts 
Currently, the established platforms accepting Dogecoin seem to be these:
I'm trying a tentative summary here to save you some research, but I'd appreciate comments a lot. None of the three have setup or monthly fees (except some optional subscriptions).
GoCoin:
Coinpayments:
You can probably find people who have used one of these in this thread. This guy volunteered his code for automatic currency conversion and his help setting up the plugin for OpenCart, for example!
If you are tech-inclined, you could run your own payment server with dogecoind and an API like this. This is not yet ready for laypeople though, so don't do that unless you want to get messy.
Exchanging Doge to USD/EUGBP/other national currencies 
If you don't have your payment processor do it for you, at some point you will want to get your Doge converted to your currency of choice, which you should do at an exchange. Keep in mind that you will have to get registered and verified at the exchange, which can take up to a week.
Transfers to and from national currency can take a few days, but trading and transferring digital currencies is very fast and usually near-instant. The following exchanges let you trade your Doge for national currency directly (last updated Sep 17):
If your currency is not listed above, you can either sell your Doge here, or exchange them to Bitcoin and then sell those. I find Kraken (EUR, KRW, USD) to be the best option for EUR, but you can sell Doge for BTC on all of the exchanges mentioned above, or choose one from this list. To sell BTC for national currency, you can also go to Justcoin or LocalBitcoins. There are many similar sites - just pick the one you like best!
Things get developed incredibly fast and Dogecoin is not even a year old. This will only get easier, so keep checking back! Justcoin is looking to trade Dogecoin to national currency, and others are sure to follow.
Alright! How do I promote my business now that I accept Dogecoin? 
Note that there's a collection of Dogecoin artwork and assets for you to use in this repository, complete with license information so you can design your promotions and website with it.
1) Submit your business to these directories:
2) If you are a brick-and-mortar store, mark your business on these maps [1, 2]. Post if you have problems!
3) Make a promotion post in one of these subreddits:
You will get views, especially if you offer an interesting product or a Doge-related promotion. Hint: the best promotion is to offer a few % off for all Dogecoin purchases. Also post and comment to this just to discuss your plans and ask your questions. Come talk to us here and in /dogevendors, we are a fun community :)
This post is not updated anymore. Check the thread linked at the top of this post for the newest version. The last big edits were on Aug 4 (DogeAPI, Prelude) and Sep 17 (Updates on exchanges and websites) and Oct 22 (Moolah).
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The best week for Bitcoin in a long time

All this fuzz happening the last week has been a great and thrilling week for Bitcoin. I cant be the only one who see the positive within this? We have finally gotten rid of some of the weak establishments and made room for some new. When the price falls like it has it also makes new people come in and invest which also makes Bitcoin stronger in the long run.
Weed out the weak We have finally gotten rid of the inherently broken exchange that is Mtgox. I see some of the old ones holding on stronger and new ones like Kraken and Justcoin making an appearance.
SR 2.0 have been operating shady since the start and it is a good thing that it disappears. New alternatives, I wont mention any names here, but there are already better alternatives which improves on security and reliability.
Bitcoin tackles the challenges it faces with minor blows, but always comes out ahead.
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Hey /r/BitcoinMarkets, we have just integrated Bitfinex into our trading platform

Hi everyone!
It is BTC.sx here. You can now use our platform to enter long or short positions on Bitfinex's order book, with 2:1, 5:1 or 10:1 leverage. Instead of using Bitfinex's margin trading model, you may find it useful to place trades using a more intuitive fixed leverage ratio.
You can read more about the integration:
in our blog
or in CoinDesk.
We also want to use this opportunity to let you know that we will be producing regular market analysis, trading tips and tutorials.
Our COO is a former Wall Street trader and Chartered Market Technician. So you can expect some quality content, such as this analysis he has produced for Coin Telegraph:
Intermarket Analysis - Where Bitcoin Fits In
How Ichimoku Cloud Charts Can Boost Your Bitcoin Trading Skills
Want we want to know from you is what kind of content do you want the most?
Some of you might be thinking right now: "Why do you want to help us trade better, when you can keep this information secret to make more profits trading?". We want to be completely open and honest with our intentions.
We want to help because:
1) If our traders are more profitable, they use our trading platform more. They also tend to be much happier when making money :)
2) If you choose to do your trading elsewhere, at least you will be aware that we exist.
3) We are traders and Bitcoin enthusiasts ourselves. If we can teach newbies about how to trade responsibly, manage risk and the common pitfalls to avoid, then we can help Bitcoin get slightly closer to the moon.
4) We all trade and make profit (mostly!) using our platform. Sharing our insights has no observable effect on our ability to beat the market.
Lastly, we do not want this to be shameless self-promotion. We genuinely believe that our analysis is appropriate material to be submitted to this subreddit, and will be appreciated by many. Last but not least, we also believe that our integration with Bitfinex is most relevant to Bitcoin traders that use this subreddit.
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Banks shut down Justcoin exchange

Edit: They were hacked http://globalcryptonews.com/2014/10/12/justcoin-goxed-exchange-halts-market-after-loss-of-32-million-xrp-and-54-million-stella
Source: http://blog.justcoin.com and emailed received below:
Dear Justcoin user,
Deposits are closed. Trading will close tomorrow, October 29th. We urge all users to withdraw their funds as soon as possible. Final deadline for withdrawals is November 11th. You may find useful information on wallets at https://bitcoin.org/en/choose-your-wallet.
Please allow up to 24 hours for your withdrawals to process. We will manually batch withdrawals of all currencies. Cancelling a requested withdrawal will put you in the back of the line.
Justcoin is shutting down all operations. Our bank has notified us that it will no longer accept businesses dealing with digital currencies. The same goes for other Norwegian banks. Without a bank account we have no business and need to shut down. This event demonstrates the need for decentralized payment networks.
If you need help or have problems with the withdrawal process please contact [email protected]. We want to thank all our loyal customers for their support and wish you all the best.
Thank you,
Klaus & Andreas, founders.
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[Repost] How to accept Dogecoin with your business, and why. A few pointers.

The original version of this post (see here), cannot be replied to anymore because it has been automatically archived. I am reposting it so I can keep updating and receiving questions on it. Enjoy :)
You are a business owner and sell goods or services. You heard about Dogecoin. You wonder how you can use it in your business. This thread is for you.
If you have no idea what Dogecoin is, read up on it here (click). In short, it is a digital currency that is perfect for everyday use. Read on if you want to know why it would be good for your enterprise.
Why should I accept payments in Dogecoin? 
Dogecoin offers you:
Dogecoin can be exchanged to national currencies. You can do this easily by yourself or use the automatic conversion offered by some payment processors (all is explained further down). You can also just keep your Dogecoin and spend it or offer it to your employees! :)
Dogecoin is fun and it gets ever more useful the more people like you use and accept it. There are other merchants who have gone this path before you - not least Amazon's streaming service Twitch.tv. You can read interviews in this magazine and on this blog. You can also talk with other merchants in /dogevendors, check out these testimonials ([1, 2], 3), search this subreddit and post any questions you have right here!
I want to accept donations. What are my options? 
Just download the client and put up the wallet address up on your page with donation info. Done! That's it! If you want something snazzy, check out this widget.
If you need to track who sent you how much money (for goodies and that), you could ask that donators tell you that they're sending you a very specific amount of coins (e.g. 100.424242), and match it to their name. However, this can be abused as your transaction history is public. If you're actually selling stuff, check out the next section instead.
I sell stuff online. What are my options? 
You have a lot! It boils down to one of these:
The last option can be interesting if you don't have your own web store, are selling digital goods and/or are just selling on as a side business. If your business is your main income, handling payment yourself is probably better.
1) Manually processing transactions
All you need for this is a Dogecoin wallet. You simply generate a payment address for each of your customers, send it to them and confirm that your coins arrived at the address. This is super fast to set up and there is absolutely no commitment.
If you just want to try it out before investing a lot of effort, just set up a wallet (either with the Dogecoin desktop client or an online wallet (listed under Browser "here") and let your customers know that they can now pay with Dogecoin. You can use some of these buttons if you wish( 1 2 3 4 5) and browse this asset repository of useful artwork. The graphical interface is still being developed, but you can browse the files and find license information already :)
2) Automatically processing transactions
Check out the section on APIs and payment processors further down!
3) Selling stuff through a 3rd-party site
There are a number of sites that function a lot like eBay, Etsy and Xmart. You enter your products and they handle the payment and web store stuff. This is most convenient if you have digital goods to sell (music, books...) and want to send them out automatically.
If you are an Etsy user who wants to accept Dogecoin, click here.
I sell from a physical store or location. What are my options? 
All you need is an internet connection in your store and a web-capable device, such as a mobile phone, cheap tablet or a nearby PC. On-site, your customers can send you coins using their phone, or you can sell coupons for your goods online in advance.
DogePos is a point-of-sales app that is open source and Koupah announced that they will accept Doge as well. You can use or apply for all of these tools right now! Either way, all you need is a way to 1) convert a USD price into Doge, and to 2) check that the coins have arrived in your wallet.
To check your wallet balance and Doge prices, you can use the app MyDOGE oniPhones and iPads, and this app on Android devices. This is one of many useful price converter websites you can bookmark. Checking your balance on the PC can be done with the wallet client.
If you want to sell your goods or coupons for them online, it might be easiest use a ready-made stores capable of digital distribution. Check point "3)" in the above section for some options.
Dogecoin payment processors, APIs, checkouts 
Currently, the established platforms accepting Dogecoin seem to be these:
I'm trying a tentative summary here to save you some research, but I'd appreciate comments a lot. None of the three have setup or monthly fees (except some optional subscriptions).
GoCoin:
Snapcard:
Coinpayments:
You can probably find people who have used one of these in this thread. This guy volunteered his code for automatic currency conversion and his help setting up the plugin for OpenCart, for example!
If you are tech-inclined, you could run your own payment server with dogecoind and an API like this. This is not yet ready for laypeople though, so don't do that unless you want to get messy.
Exchanging Doge to USD/EUGBP/other national currencies 
If you don't have your payment processor do it for you, at some point you will want to get your Doge converted to your currency of choice, which you should do at an exchange. Keep in mind that you will have to get registered and verified at the exchange, which can take up to a week.
Transfers to and from national currency can take a few days, but trading and transferring digital currencies is very fast and usually near-instant. The following exchanges let you trade your Doge for national currency directly (last updated Sep 17):
If your currency is not listed above, you can either sell your Doge here, or exchange them to Bitcoin and then sell those. You can sell Doge for BTC on all of the exchanges mentioned above, or choose one from this list. To sell BTC for national currency, you can also go to Justcoin or LocalBitcoins. There are many similar sites - just pick the one you like best!
Things get developed incredibly fast and Dogecoin is not even a year old. This will only get easier, so keep checking back! Justcoin is looking to trade Dogecoin to national currency, and others are sure to follow.
Alright! How do I promote my business now that I accept Dogecoin? 
Note that there's a collection of Dogecoin artwork and assets for you to use in this repository, complete with license information so you can design your promotions and website with it.
1) Submit your business to these directories:
2) If you are a brick-and-mortar store, mark your business on these maps [1, 2]. Post if you have problems!
3) Make a promotion post in one of these subreddits:
You will get views, especially if you offer an interesting product or a Doge-related promotion. Hint: the best promotion is to offer a few % off for all Dogecoin purchases. Also post and comment to this just to discuss your plans and ask your questions. Come talk to us here and in /dogevendors, we are a fun community :)
I'm editing and updating this post regularly. The last big edit to this text was in Apr 2015 (new payment processors).
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[META] I am still wondering why the prices are so high.

ALTHOUGH THIS HAS AN "ANGRY" TONE, I'D LIKE MY MIND TO BE CHANGED ON THIS, POSSIBLY WITH THE SAME "CYNICAL/SARCASTIC" TONE, not with a shitload of downvotes and with rich people yelling at me. I truly love the fact that we have exchanges built on trust, person to person. Dogemarket has been my only way of buying dogecoins and I'm starting trading just now. So:
Looking at the number of dislikes and likes in the comments of the [META] post explaining the prices, there is a clear tendecy of conserving the right to set whatever price big sellers want. You don't agree? Have a downvote, a "ignorant" label and kick out of the market. Llet me sell my shit at my own price. This is lobby behaving. In the risks list, include how much you made from selling dogecoin at at least 30% the market price. Let's say you actually get that bitcoin: 1 BTC today from justcoin is about 500€; yesterday almost the same (+10-) Go to cryptsy (I'd go to vircurex, but let's stick to your case) and trade it for: 366,789 doge (right now). How much are 360,000 doge? Right now 445€, make it 440 to make it round. So 60€ to go even: about 15% (1.41€) more of the price on the lot will break even. From there up it's all in your pocket. How much is 30% of the price more? It's 70€ on 1 BTC you bought. So let's see what's on the market... 500k at 2.5$/k, which is 50%, 50% more than the price 5hrs ago (when it was posted). Well we know our numbers. How much is in the pocket of the seller? We're in luck! 5 hrs ago the price was still about (20€ more 4 hours behind those 5 I considered and vox allows 2,3h BTC transactions) 500€/BTC and dogecoin was again at 270 satoshi. We'll keep numbers high, although it is probable OP bought at less than 240 satoshi. It brings us again at about 1.41€ to break even: 705€ for 502,000Ð or 1.356 BTC at 520€/BTC, 260satoshi/DOGE. Woop woop we have at least 900€ cashed in with that 35% more!. Meh, 200€ every 2 or 3 days (assuming this isn't daily) and you complain about losing say 500€ every month? Fuck me that's still 1900€ per month at the rhythm I supposed. I understand the risk of BTC is rising fast seen the shit is happening. But hey, there's still Litecoin and a lot of other ways to buy dogecoin. I could even buy from you at 30% and then then sell immediatly after at 50%. I have not taken in account the dogecoin price oscillation! If anybody bought dogecoins when they were under 200 satoshi and selling them now at 30% more the ACTUAL price... shit... What am I studying for?
One final thought. Not everybody loses stuff. There are merchants that have bad luck like you, but for the rest there is no excuse. Being this a free market, you can sell whatever you want at the price you want and if there is someone buying, you'll keep selling. I don't think sellers that keep selling are in red. Honestly, If I had enough money, I'd mine my dogecoins and sell them at 110% the current price. I hope I will find a solution to this. P.S. How can you guys think PayPal and Amazon don't notice all that money entering?!? P.P.S Why don't you cut your transactions in little pieces, say 10,000 doges at a time? P.P.P.S. I really hope you understand I am a simple shibe. So if I made terrible mistakes in my reasoning, point them out; I'll bow my head and keep my journey.
TL;DR the prices in here are high enough to get most of the times about 15% back of the initial investment, if not more. Being for a lot of people entering dogecoin culture the first place to look at, /dogemarket should point more at spreading doge than squeezing out money at 30/40/50% of the actual price.
Sources: https://www.cryptsy.com http://coinmill.com/EUR_XDG.html http://doge.yottabyte.nu/ https://www.bitcoin.de/en
EDIT: TL;DR, format Edit2: how can you downvote? I see no blue arrow... - RES, okay Edit3: please see smuttr answer and mine below his/hers for the proof of my TL;DR Edit4: I get it: free market. People pay what they pay. So wake up, paying people. Meh... I haven't written all this to complain. Who should I complain with anyway? And you people talk, with 74 upvotes on a post about someone who chose the wrong website to buy bitcoin. What's that called again? Actually this post was just an answer to this one: http://www.reddit.com/dogemarket/comments/1xlzd0/meta_if_youre_wondering_why_the_prices_here_are/ Because I felt it was a little unfair how the voting system was hiding people trying to dissent with OP. I also wanted to make a couple of calculations to understand where actually the money goes in a 150% actual price transaction.
Edit5, final edit: The conclusion to this is that whoever thinks the prices are too damn high and tries to QUESTION, not complain, question why is that so, can go buy somewhere else. I'm happy you folks helped me with this. At least buyers will now know who they are dealing with. I profoundly thank smuttr for changing my mind on what the base price to calculate one's profit margin should be. Although I don't consider the incapacity of finding better instruments of exchange an excuse to charge more. As far as I see now: -Miners ride the wave of prices. Can't really say much... coinwarz.com calculate the break even on the actual price of altcoins, so for miners selling here, it will arrive 30% faster. -Traders are bound to this formula (that doesn't consider about oscillations, problems, risk...) : Investment / {'['(' {[(Investment - Wire)/BTCcost]exchange fee} /DOGEcost ')exchange fee'] -1'} /1000 Which with, for example Anxpro (it's the only one I know about right now), quickly collapse to I / {[(I-W)/BTCc] /DOGEc} / 1000. As you see the only variables in this one are I and W and, numbers in hand, the % of W in respect to I is what weights on the initial premium. So: [(I-W)/I - 1] is a constant factor to be considered in every price, until there will be no cost in bank transfer. In my example below is 2% and I honestly think it doesn't go above 5-7%. This means I>=200$ and W=15$. For fun, The exchange fees are to be accounted as they are. So now we have the IW + exBTC + exDOGE. I refuse to take in account the movement fees because they are plain stupid.
REAL TL;DR from the prices you see, you should account that about 3% is a real cost.
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Bitcoin and Norwegian banks

Following Justcoin's decision to shut down, I wrote an email asking nine banks to answer two questions (reworded):
1) Does your bank reject company customers who are involved in digital currency?
2) If yes: What is your bank's official explanation?
The replies below (or the lack of such) may be useful for many, for example if a person wants to boycott banks that boycott digital currency.
No. 1: DNB
I artikkelen [på E24.no] fremkommer det at ingen norske banker vil støtte digital valuta.
The [E24.no] article says that no Norwegian banks will support digital currency.
As the employee forgot to answer my second question, I wrote back and asked for an explanation. No reply.
N.B. Norwegian Bitcoin trader 'sturle' says here that he knows of some who 'were rejected [...] in August [2014] because DNB did not want any [company] customer who trades Bitcoin'.
No. 2: Storebrand
No reply.
No. 3: Handelsbanken
No reply.
No. 4: SpareBank1
Vår virksomhet innenfor valuta er basert på etablerte nettverk med banker som håndterer valuta utstedt og garantert av et lands sentralbank. Vi vurderer risikoen med digital valuta til å være uakseptabel høy. I digital valuta finnes ikke garantier fra banker eller myndigheter i tilfeller av svindel og/eller misbruk.
Our currency-related activities are based on established networks of banks that handle currency issued and guaranteed by a country's central bank. We consider digital currency involving unacceptably high risks. Digital currency has no guarantees from banks or governments in cases of swindle and/or misuse.
No. 5: Gjensidige
Gjensidige Bank genererer eller veksler ikke digital/virtuell valuta. Slik valuta (eksempelvis Bitcoin) har en rekke sikkerhetsmessige utfordringer for brukerne, og dekkes for eksempel ikke av Bankenes Sikringsfond. Det er ingen norske banker som tilbyr dette i dag. Andre sikkerhetsutfordinger omfatter risiko for hvitvasking, finansiering av terror, økonomisk kriminalitet og hacking.
Gjensidige Bank neither generates nor exchanges digital/virtual currency. Such currency (for example Bitcoin) has several security-related challenges for its users, nor is it backed by the Norwegian Banks' Guarantee Fund, for instance. There are no Norwegian banks offering this today. Other security-related challenges include money laundering, terrorism financing, financial crimes, and hacking.
No. 6: Nordea
Vi nekter ikke å jobbe med kunder på grunn av Bitcoin. Men vi handler ikke i Bitcoin selv. Det betyr at kunden må veksle om fra Bitcoin før vi kan ta i mot betalingen. Kunden vil heller ikke motta Bitcoin fra Nordea. Vi aksepterer heller ikke sikkerhet i Bitcoin. Utenom dette må kundene bruke Bitcoin som det passer dem. Grunnen til dette er at betalingstransaksjoner i Bitcoin er anonyme, og betalingssystemet er ikke underlagt regulering og tilsyn på samme måte som de tradisjonelle betalingssystemene. Dette innebærer stor operasjonell risiko, og Nordea følger derfor EBA (European Banking Authority) sin anbefaling og utfører ikke transaksjoner eller tjenester basert på Bitcoin.
We do not refuse working with customers because of Bitcoin, but we ourselves do not trade Bitcoin. [...] Beside this, our customers are free to use Bitcoin as they please. The reason for this is that Bitcoin payment transactions are anonymous, [...]
N.B. Norwegian Bitcoin trader 'sturle' says here that Nordea has 'said no'.
No. 7: Cultura Bank
We do not reject customers who are involved in digital currency as long as the underlying business is identifiable and legal. (The Financial Supervisory Authority of Norway has issued some cautionary advice, but it is clear that using Bitcoin or other digital exchange platforms is not illegal as such).
No. 8: Skandiabanken
Skandiabanken er en bank kun for personkunder. Det er ikke mulig å opprette bedriftskonti hos oss.
Skandiabanken is a bank for personal customers only. It is not possible for companies to open accounts here.
No. 9: Danske Bank
No reply.
N.B. Norwegian Bitcoin trader 'sturle' says here that Danske Bank has told him to 'stop trading Bitcoin'.
Norwegian media (the few that actually mentioned the shutdown case) did not contact a single bank, leaving many readers with unanswered questions. That's why I decided to do the work myself.
I do not possess digital currency. On the other hand, I expect my bank to have a defendable and preferably also legal foundation for limiting my possibility to buy legal products.
According to this list, Nordea and Cultura Bank are the only banks that explicitly claim that they accept company customers whose business is related to digital currency. All others have given vaguely expressed replies, replies that do not answer my questions or no replies at all.
I should mention that I do not necessarily side with Justcoin as a company. For example, I have not seen information verifying that their bank has ended the customer relation unilaterally and because of digital currency.
The list might be updated if new replies arrive.
Keywords:
English: Bitcoin, Norway, Norwegian banks
Deutsch: Bitcoin, Norwegen, norwegische Banken
Norsk: Bitcoin, Norge, norske banker
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Is Justcoin safe for keeping bitcoins?

I just got into bitcoins and im getting really interested in it.
I was wondering is it safe to keep bitcoins on that site or should i move it to a bitcoin wallet?
Also which one to move, is coinbase ok?
I really like justcoins,it looks great but i read that it isnt safe to keep bitcoins on exchanging sites.
EDIT: They just did this...
Send BTC to a Bitcoin address Bitcoin withdrawals are sent within a minute. We will charge you a fee to cover network miner fees.
I'm trying to send all my BTC to my phone(mycelium)
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Exchange which you can deposit, trading, and withdrawal fiat even you are not verified.

Firstly, there's Btc-e.

You can do anything on btc-e as long as you register an account, but only one bank wire that you have to verity your ID to do it.

Then, Lakebtc is open now.

Just like btc-e, you can deposit & trade & withdraw fiat without verification, only through bank wire or transfer.

Next is Bitfinex.

In fact, you must be verified if you would deposit & withdraw fiat on bitfinex, but they allow us trading fiat with no verification, so you can use crypto-currencies to achieve it easily.

And Virwox.

It's not a bitcoin exchange, but you can deposit & trade & withdraw fiat with BTC, don't need verification.

Hitbtc, Bitvc, Okcoin

In these exchanges, deposit & withdraw fiat must be verified, but you can trade fiat with unverified.

Kraken, Justcoin

Both exchanges, you can trade fiat just you need to verify your phone.
Reference:
okay,
are there other exchanges are missing, any suggestions are welcome ;)
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How does my Renter pay me in bitcoin using a mobile wallet?

Dear Reddit
My tenant, from Europe, wants to pay his rent in bitcoin, I am giving him a discount for this and we are both really excited to be trying this. I am not sure what the best way to do it in practice is.
Currently he has bought bitcoins from a European exchange called Justcoin, I have accounts with Coinbase, Circle and a Trezor, neither of us has a mobile or desktop wallet. I would really like to start using a mobile wallet.
Can someone explain how we can do an in person transaction at home using a mobile wallet?
I assume we will both download and set up a mobile wallet, he would then send his rent to his mobile wallet from the European exchange and then we can do a transaction with him scanning a QR code on my mobile wallets screen, but I have never done this before and would like advice on how it works in practice and also what mobile wallet you think is best for this type of transaction.
Many thanks in advance
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Lots of people are happy with Vault of Satoshi accepting USD, but more people use Euro..

How about getting, an excisting exchange inside the Euro are to impelement dogecoin as well?
Quick summary of good reasons for an existing bitcoin exchange in the euro area to look into dogecoin:
My suggestion would be asking Justcoin](https://justcoin.com/en/faq) or other small exchanges within SEPA.
I'd vote for Justcoin in particular, because of reasonable fees, good technical track record and pretty quick customer service, and from my experience using them they fit the bill. If you'd like to see this happen, shoot them a mail or message(Facebook, Twitter, Google+), and make your interest in the topic known?
If anybody else have good suggestions; let's have them! I'm open for discussion!
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TabTrader - bitcoin trading for Android

Hello
We have developed a Bitcoin trading application for Android mobile devices called TabTrader. Take a look here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tabtrader&referrer=utm_source%3Dreddit
TabTrader is trading terminal for bitcoin exchanges Huobi, ANXPRO, HitBtc, BTC-E, BTCChina, Bitstamp, Kraken, Justcoin. Trade various cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC), Dogecoin (DOGE), Ripple (XRP), Namecoin (NMC) and others. Platform enables fully functional mobile trading. Fast price charts with technical indicators, drawing and trading directly from charts. Includes widget for BTC, Dogecoin, Ripple etc. Price alerts by push notifications. News from Reddit, Coindesk, Bitcoin Magazine.
Is it secure? The app cannot withdraw funds from the account. It uses API keys that you give permissions to trade and get info - nothing else.
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Justcoin Exchange is secure, fast & easy to use

The list of exchanges on this sub is a bit thin with only two, so I thought I'd post a brief note here about Justcoin. We take support seriously and have a friendly team of folks. If you are new to Bitcoin, think about giving us a try. Cheers
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Justcoin Exchange is a digital currency exchange, founded in 2013 with its office in Oslo, Norway. The primary focus of Justcoin Exchange is Bitcoin. Klaus Justcoin - Secure Bitcoin and digital currency from Norway. Buy and trade on Justcoin Exchange. Bitcoin, Stellar, Ripple, and Litecoin. SEPA or EUR/NOK-wires. Visit justcoin.com & blog.justcoin.com Justcoin does not provide many information about the turnover, what would be useful for new members when deciding which exchange to choose for their first Bitcoin transaction, however you can find their chart on Bitcoincharts.com, which states that their 30-day currency trade volume over 350 000 EUR. Justcoin, a Norwegian based digital currency exchange, has announced it was shutting down their operations. This announcement was made early today throughout social networks and Reddit, and the affected customers have been receiving an email reporting the same issue. At the exchange official Blog and twitter account you can read: “Justcoin is shutting down. Justcoin Exchange makes it easy buy, use and get paid with digital money. Use Bitcoin, Stellar, Litecoin and Ripple. Deposit/withdraw using SEPA and wires.

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