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Bitwala How To recover your funds and Warning

Good morning everybody,
Let's talk about Bitwala.

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HOW TO RECOVER YOUR FUNDS.

In case u/Bitwala blocked your funds, please collect all the emails/documents exchanged with them and upload them on Dropbox. Then please, file a CLAIM with the Berlin Polizei here: https://www.internetwache-polizei-berlin.de/.
FILING THE CLAIM IS FREE AND IT TAKES JUST FIVE MINUTES.
Add in the claim's description the Dropbox link, explaining what is inside.
IMPORTANT: SEND then the claim's PDF to u/Bitwala.
FEW DAYS LATER THE PROBLEM WILL BE SOLVED.

Here you can also finds some useful contacts:
Disclaimer: all the information were collected from public documents and no privacy breach was made.
Bitwala number: +49 30 2398 0075
Ben Johnson (Bitwala CEO): +49 ..... Public Link: https://www.creative-city-berlin.de/en/network/membehooptedoodles/

Let's talk about Bitwala.

Bitwala is a platform that provides you a German IBAN to deposit EUR and then buy BTC. The BTC wallet is a multi-signature type. What does it mean? Multi signature means that the user does not have 100% control over his wallet.
So how works u/Bitwala ?
Forget about Bitwala, in reality you are dealing with a German bank named SolarisBank AG. Your bank account opened with u/Bitwala, is under their control. Bitwala, as stated by their costumer agents, cannot influence any decision regarding the freezing of your funds.
Below my deposition made with the Berlin Polizei.
" Giacomo Vico, myself, on the 15.10.2019, registered on Bitwala and made a first deposit from PayPal, for two thousand euro.
The deposit was credited and everything *seemed very good.* On the 16.10.2019 other four thousand and five hundred euro were transferred from PayPal to Bitwala.
The same day the account was blocked. No warning or explanation.Immediately I tried to stop the second deposit, but it was too late.
Emailing instantly Bitwala, a support agent named Brianna, told me that they had no responsibility over the bank accounts, and every decision about them was taken by their bank partner, SolarisBank AG. This last part is extremely poor explained on their website. www.bitwala.com
The day after, 17.10.2019, Giacomo Vico requested a formal explanation and provided all the documents proving the ownership of the PayPal. *No answers from Bitwala or SolarisBank.*
So, on the 20.10.2019, after a pile of useless and vague emails, Giacomo Vico decided to call directly SolarisBank. He could spoke only with a vague operator, named Jerico and was denied speaking with a manager. The operator told Giacomo Vico that he could only address his concerns, about SolarisBank, through emailing with their partner Bitwala. However, in response, u/Bitwala repeated that they could not solve the dispute because they had no control over the bank account.
Stunned by so evident subtle manners, Giacomo Vico, on the 28.10.2019, was obliged to call in his lawyer.Again, SolarisBank was called, in order to solve as gentlemen the dispute, but again we were denied speaking with a manager.
Therefore, on the 29.10.2019 my lawyer sent an email to SolarisBank formally requesting the closure of the account and the remittance of the funds. Absolutely no answers. After calling them again they repeated they could not speak with us and we should address our concerns to u/Bitwala. "
Two days, later my lawyer opened a Legal Claim with the Berlin Polizei, against two managers of Solarisbank.
ONLY after this, we received an email from SolarisBank asking for an IBAN to remit the funds.
All Bitwala Cases: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/kqf0lhcri9i70qq/AAAKLz0B-_v2MI-3BpH5zQVwa?dl=0

Bitwala is directed by four managers Jörg von Minckwitz, Jan Goslicki, Dylan McFadyen, Ben Johnson.
Three of them previously operated a company called All4BTC, which many of you may remember.

ALL4BTC

All4btc was a service that let you buy anything on the web using Bitcoin.
You copy-pasted in All4Btc the link of what you wanted to buy, enter your shipping details, checkout with bitcoin and lastly wait for All4Btc to buy your product and then ship it to you.
Indeed during the brief life of the company a huge number of users hardly complained that they paid for orders, but no items were ever received.
Funds recover was impossible because customer service STOPPED RESPONDING.
In the link below you will find all the users that "lost" their funds with All4BTC.
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/b7s7wao82qqt2ry/AADG7U8_kaTwwhLwvmpHjGT3a?dl=0
After increasing claims, the three of them decided was time for fresh air. They interrupted all the activities with All4BTC and continued with Bitwala GmbH.

Bitwala and All4BTC Structure

Minckwitz, Goslicki and McFadyen in 2013 funded the Bits & Coins Consulting UG. https://www.dropbox.com/s/pftmh7vdwrcipqe/gruendungsurkunde_bitcoinsberlin.pdf?dl=0
All4BTC was a “Bits & Coins Consulting UG” project, as it is clearly stated here. https://www.dropbox.com/s/ywd272czj78b7nd/vertrag_2013_juli.jpg?dl=0
Then in 2015, Jörg von Minckwitz and Jan Goslicki founded Bitwala GmbH.
Taking a closer look, we see that Jörg von Minckwitz, while being director of Bitwala, was the head manager of All4BTC until 17.08.2016, when Dylan McFadyen took his place.
Then on the 24.11.2017, Martin Mischke became the head manager of All4BTC replacing Dylan McFadyed, which became Senior Manager in Bitwala GmbH.
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BITWALA WARNING "How to RECOVER your funds"

Good morning everybody,
Here you will be able to find all my case and Twenty Nine others more.
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/kqf0lhcri9i70qq/AAAKLz0B-_v2MI-3BpH5zQVwa?dl=0

HOW TO RECOVER YOUR FUNDS.

If also got your funds blocked with u/Bitwala, please collect all the emails - documents exchanged with them and upload them on Dropbox. Then please, file a CLAIM with the Berlin Polizei here: https://www.internetwache-polizei-berlin.de/ and add in the report's description the Dropbox link, explaining what is inside.
FILING THE CLAIM IS FREE AND IT TAKES JUST FIVE MINUTES.
IMPORTANT: Lastly SEND the CLAIM's PDF to u/Bitwala.

Here you can also finds some useful contacts:

Disclaimer: all the information were collected from public documents and no privacy breach was made.
Bitwala number: +49 30 2398 0075
Ben Johnson (Bitwala CEO): +49 ..... Public Link: https://www.creative-city-berlin.de/en/network/membehooptedoodles/

NOW let's talk about Bitwala.

Bitwala is directed by four managers Jörg von Minckwitz, Jan Goslicki, Dylan McFadyen, Ben Johnson.
Three of them previously operated a company called All4BTC, which many of you may remember.

ALL4BTC

All4btc was a service that let you buy anything on the web using Bitcoin.
You copy-pasted in All4Btc the link of what you wanted to buy, enter your shipping details, checkout with bitcoin and lastly wait for All4Btc to buy your product and then ship it to you.
Indeed during the brief life of the company a huge number of users hardly complained that they paid for orders, but no items were ever received.
Funds recover was impossible because customer service STOPPED RESPONDING.
In the link below you will find all the users that "lost" their funds with All4BTC.
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/b7s7wao82qqt2ry/AADG7U8_kaTwwhLwvmpHjGT3a?dl=0
After increasing claims, the three of them decided was time for fresh air. They interrupted all the activities with All4BTC and continued with Bitwala GmbH.

Bitwala GmbH

Bitwala is a platform that provides you a German IBAN to deposit EUR and then buy BTC. The BTC wallet is a multi-signature type. What does it mean? Multi signature means that the user does not have 100% control over his wallet.
So how works u/Bitwala ?
Forget about Bitwala, in reality you are dealing with a German bank named SolarisBank AG. Your bank account opened with u/Bitwala, is under their control. Bitwala, as stated by their costumer agents, cannot influence any decision regarding the freezing of your funds.

Below my deposition made with the Berlin Polizei.

" Giacomo Vico, myself, on the 15.10.2019, registered on Bitwala and made a first deposit from PayPal, for two thousand euro. The deposit was credited and everything *seemed very good.*
On the 16.10.2019 other four thousand and five hundred euro were transferred from PayPal to Bitwala.The same day the account was blocked. No warning or explanation.
Immediately I tried to stop the second deposit, but it was too late. Emailing instantly Bitwala, a support agent named Brianna, told me that they had no responsibility over the bank accounts, and every decision about them was taken by their bank partner, SolarisBank AG.
This last part is extremely poor explained on their website. www.bitwala.com
The day after, 17.10.2019, Giacomo Vico requested a formal explanation and provided all the documents proving the ownership of the PayPal. *No answers from Bitwala or SolarisBank.*
So, on the 20.10.2019, after a pile of useless and vague emails, Giacomo Vico decided to call directly SolarisBank. He could spoke only with a vague operator, named Jerico and was denied speaking with a manager. The operator told Giacomo Vico that he could only address his concerns, about SolarisBank, through emailing with their partner Bitwala.
However, in response, u/Bitwala repeated that they could not solve the dispute because they had no control over the bank account.
Stunned by so evident subtle manners, Giacomo Vico, on the 28.10.2019, was obliged to call in his lawyer.
Again, SolarisBank was called, in order to solve as gentlemen the dispute, but again we were denied speaking with a manager.
Therefore, on the 29.10.2019 my lawyer sent an email to SolarisBank formally requesting the closure of the account and the remittance of the funds. Absolutely no answers. After calling them again they repeated they could not speak with us and we should address our concerns to u/Bitwala. "

Two days, later my lawyer opened a Legal Claim with the Berlin Polizei, against two managers of Solarisbank.

ONLY after this, we received an email from SolarisBank asking for an IBAN to remit the funds.


As stated before at these Dropbox links you may all the other cases.
All4BTC Cases: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/b7s7wao82qqt2ry/AADG7U8_kaTwwhLwvmpHjGT3a?dl=0
Bitwala Cases: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/kqf0lhcri9i70qq/AAAKLz0B-_v2MI-3BpH5zQVwa?dl=0

Bitwala and All4BTC Structure

Minckwitz, Goslicki and McFadyen in 2013 funded the Bits & Coins Consulting UG. https://www.dropbox.com/s/pftmh7vdwrcipqe/gruendungsurkunde_bitcoinsberlin.pdf?dl=0
All4BTC was a “Bits & Coins Consulting UG” project, as it is clearly stated here. https://www.dropbox.com/s/ywd272czj78b7nd/vertrag_2013_juli.jpg?dl=0
One year later, on the 25.09.2014, they also funded a company based in Holland, under the name of Safaru BV. https://drimble.nl/bedrijf/hengelo/30629985/safaru-bv.html
Then in 2015, Jörg von Minckwitz and Jan Goslicki founded Bitwala GmbH.
Taking a closer look, we see that Jörg von Minckwitz, while being director of Bitwala, was the head manager of All4BTC until 17.08.2016, when Dylan McFadyen took his place.
Then on the 24.11.2017, Martin Mischke became the head manager of All4BTC replacing Dylan McFadyed, which became Senior Manager in Bitwala GmbH.
Lastly three years later Bitwala GmbH became the sole manager of Safaru BV. https://drimble.nl/bedrijf/hengelo/30629985/safaru-bv.html
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BITWALA WARNING "How to RECOVER your funds"

Good morning everybody,
Here you will be able to find all my case and Twenty Nine others more.
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/kqf0lhcri9i70qq/AAAKLz0B-_v2MI-3BpH5zQVwa?dl=0

HOW TO RECOVER YOUR FUNDS.

If also got your funds with u/Bitwala, please collect all the emails - documents exchanged with them and upload them on Dropbox. Then please, file a CLAIM with the Berlin Polizei here: https://www.internetwache-polizei-berlin.de/ and add in the report's description the Dropbox link, explaining what is inside.
FILING THE CLAIM IS FREE AND IT TAKES FIVE MINUTES.
IMPORTANT: Lastly SEND the CLAIM's PDF to u/Bitwala.

Here you can also finds some useful contacts:

Disclaimer: all the information were collected from public documents and no privacy breach was made.
Bitwala number: +49 30 2398 0075
Ben Johnson (Bitwala CEO): +49 ..... Public Link: https://www.creative-city-berlin.de/en/network/membehooptedoodles/

NOW let's talk about Bitwala.

Bitwala is directed by four managers Jörg von Minckwitz, Jan Goslicki, Dylan McFadyen, Ben Johnson.
Three of them previously operated a company called All4BTC, which many of you may remember.

ALL4BTC

All4btc was a service that let you buy anything on the web using Bitcoin.
You copy-pasted in All4Btc the link of what you wanted to buy, enter your shipping details, checkout with bitcoin and lastly wait for All4Btc to buy your product and then ship it to you.
Indeed during the brief life of the company a huge number of users hardly complained that they paid for orders, but no items were ever received.
Funds recover was impossible because customer service STOPPED RESPONDING.
In the link below you will find all the users that "lost" their funds with All4BTC.
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/b7s7wao82qqt2ry/AADG7U8_kaTwwhLwvmpHjGT3a?dl=0
After increasing claims, the three of them decided was time for fresh air. They interrupted all the activities with All4BTC and continued with Bitwala GmbH.

Bitwala GmbH

Bitwala is a platform that provides you a German IBAN to deposit EUR and then buy BTC. The BTC wallet is a multi-signature type. What does it mean? Multi signature means that the user does not have 100% control over his wallet.
So how works u/Bitwala ?
Forget about Bitwala, in reality you are dealing with a German bank named SolarisBank AG. Your bank account opened with u/Bitwala, is under their control. Bitwala, as stated by their costumer agents, cannot influence any decision regarding the freezing of your funds.

Below my deposition made with the Berlin Polizei.

" Giacomo Vico, myself, on the 15.10.2019, registered on Bitwala and made a first deposit from PayPal, for two thousand euro. The deposit was credited and everything *seemed very good.*
On the 16.10.2019 other four thousand and five hundred euro were transferred from PayPal to Bitwala.
The same day the account was blocked. No warning or explanation.Immediately I tried to stop the second deposit, but it was too late.
Emailing instantly Bitwala, a support agent named Brianna, told me that they had no responsibility over the bank accounts, and every decision about them was taken by their bank partner, SolarisBank AG.
This last part is extremely poor explained on their website. www.bitwala.comThe day after, 17.10.2019, Giacomo Vico requested a formal explanation and provided all the documents proving the ownership of the PayPal. *No answers from Bitwala or SolarisBank.*
So, on the 20.10.2019, after a pile of useless and vague emails, Giacomo Vico decided to call directly SolarisBank. He could spoke only with a vague operator, named Jerico and was denied speaking with a manager. The operator told Giacomo Vico that he could only address his concerns, about SolarisBank, through emailing with their partner Bitwala.
However, in response, u/Bitwala repeated that they could not solve the dispute because they had no control over the bank account.
Stunned by so evident subtle manners, Giacomo Vico, on the 28.10.2019, was obliged to call in his lawyer.
Again, SolarisBank was called, in order to solve as gentlemen the dispute, but again we were denied speaking with a manager.
Therefore, on the 29.10.2019 my lawyer sent an email to SolarisBank formally requesting the closure of the account and the remittance of the funds. Absolutely no answers. After calling them again they repeated they could not speak with us and we should address our concerns to u/Bitwala. "

Two days, later my lawyer opened a Legal Claim with the Berlin Polizei, against two managers of Solarisbank.

ONLY after this, we received an email from SolarisBank asking for an IBAN to remit the funds.


As stated before at these Dropbox links you may all the other cases.
All4BTC Cases: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/b7s7wao82qqt2ry/AADG7U8_kaTwwhLwvmpHjGT3a?dl=0
Bitwala Cases: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/kqf0lhcri9i70qq/AAAKLz0B-_v2MI-3BpH5zQVwa?dl=0

Bitwala and All4BTC Structure

Minckwitz, Goslicki and McFadyen in 2013 funded the Bits & Coins Consulting UG. https://www.dropbox.com/s/pftmh7vdwrcipqe/gruendungsurkunde_bitcoinsberlin.pdf?dl=0
All4BTC was a “Bits & Coins Consulting UG” project, as it is clearly stated here. https://www.dropbox.com/s/ywd272czj78b7nd/vertrag_2013_juli.jpg?dl=0
One year later, on the 25.09.2014, they also funded a company based in Holland, under the name of Safaru BV. https://drimble.nl/bedrijf/hengelo/30629985/safaru-bv.html
Then in 2015, Jörg von Minckwitz and Jan Goslicki founded Bitwala GmbH.
Taking a closer look, we see that Jörg von Minckwitz, while being director of Bitwala, was the head manager of All4BTC until 17.08.2016, when Dylan McFadyen took his place.
Then on the 24.11.2017, Martin Mischke became the head manager of All4BTC replacing Dylan McFadyed, which became Senior Manager in Bitwala GmbH.
Lastly three years later Bitwala GmbH became the sole manager of Safaru BV. https://drimble.nl/bedrijf/hengelo/30629985/safaru-bv.html
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BITWALA- All4BTC Legal Claim and Complete activities

BITWALA- All4BTC Legal Claim and Complete activities
Good morning everybody,
My name is Giacomo Vico.
I had to delete the other posts after "advice" from Bitwala.
https://preview.redd.it/z34o5jo22t041.png?width=895&format=png&auto=webp&s=59589c7f028382f9e2e40e8c49b749330be32ac6
I am writing this post to warn everyone. So you won't have to go to what I went trough.
Let's start with the background of Bitwala.
Bitwala is directed by three managers Jörg von Minckwitz, Jan Goslicki and Dylan McFadyen.
The same three operated a company called All4BTC, which many of you may remember.

To understand the truth about Bitwala and All4BTC we must understand the structure behind.
The three managers in 2013 funded Bits & Coins Consulting UG. https://www.dropbox.com/s/pftmh7vdwrcipqe/gruendungsurkunde_bitcoinsberlin.pdf?dl=0
All4BTC was a “Bits & Coins Consulting UG” project, as it is clearly stated here. https://www.dropbox.com/s/ywd272czj78b7nd/vertrag_2013_juli.jpg?dl=0
One year later, on the 25.09.2014, they also funded a company based in Holland, under the name of Safaru BV. https://drimble.nl/bedrijf/hengelo/30629985/safaru-bv.html
Then in 2015, Jörg von Minckwitz and Jan Goslicki founded Bitwala GmbH.
Taking a closer look, we see that Jörg von Minckwitz, while being Managing director of Bitwala, was the head manager of All4BTC until 17.08.2016, when Dylan McFadyen took his place.
Then on the 24.11.2017, Martin Mischke became the head manager of All4BTC replacing Dylan McFadyed, which became Senior Manager in Bitwala GmbH.
Lastly three years later Bitwala GmbH became the sole manager of Safaru BV. https://drimble.nl/bedrijf/hengelo/30629985/safaru-bv.html

ALL4BTC
All4btc was a service that lets you pay for anything using Bitcoin.
The platform was technically very easy to use: you pasted a link of what you want to buy, then enter it into the website. You enter your shipping details, then checkout with bitcoin and track your order.
Indeed during the brief life of the company a huge number of users hardly complained that they paid for orders, but no items were ever received. Funds recover was impossible because customer service stopped responding.
In any case in the link below you will be able to find all the depositions of previous users that "lost" their funds with the All4BTC.
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/b7s7wao82qqt2ry/AADG7U8_kaTwwhLwvmpHjGT3a?dl=0

After increasing claims, from All4BTC users, Jörg von Minckwitz, Jan Goslicki and Dylan McFadyen, decided was time for fresh air. They interrupted soany activities with All4BTC and continued with Bitwala GmbH.

Bitwala GmbH
Bitwala technically is a platform that allow you to obtain a German IBAN on wich you can deposit EUR and then directly buy BTC. Moreover they provide you a multi signature BTC wallet. We should specify that "multi signature" means that the user does not have complete control over his wallet.
So, here you will be able to find all my case (Ref.25506) and twenty nine others more, of people like you, that got their funds blocked with u/Bitwala.
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/kqf0lhcri9i70qq/AAAKLz0B-_v2MI-3BpH5zQVwa?dl=0
Just nine of those people openly declared their losses, but just from this group the amount of funds lost is twenty nine thousands and nine hundreds Euros.
So how works u/Bitwala ?
Forget about Bitwala, in reality you are dealing with a german bank named SolarisBank AG ( VAT ID: DE301501229 ). Your bank account opened with u/Bitwala, is under their control. Bitwala, as stated by their costumer agents, cannot influence any decision regarding it, also the freeze of your funds.
Here below my deposition made with the Finacial fraud department of the Berlin polizei.
" Giacomo Vico, myself, on the 15.10.2019, registered on Bitwala and made a first deposit from PayPal, for two thousand euro.The deposit was credited and everything *seemed very good.*
After Giacomo Vico sent one thousand euro to his Kraken account, the London-based biggest and most regulated crypto exchange.
On the 16.10.2019 other four thousand and five hundred euro were transferred from Paypal to Bitwala.
The same day the account was blocked. No warning or explanation.Immediately I tried to stop the second deposit, but it was too late. Emailing instantly Bitwala, a support agent named Brianna, told me that they had no responsibility over the bank accounts, and every decision about them was taken by their bank partner, SolarisBank AG.
This last part is extremely poor explained on their website. www.bitwala.com
The day after, 17.10.2019, Giacomo Vico requested a formal explanation and provided all the documents proving the ownership of the PayPal and Kraken accounts. *No answers from Bitwala or SolarisBank.*
So, on the 20.10.2019, after a pile of useless and vague emails, Giacomo Vico decided to call directly SolarisBank. He could spoke only with a vague operator, named Jerico, and was denied speaking with a manager. The operator told Giacomo Vico that he could only address his concerns, about SolarisBank, through emailing with their partner Bitwala.
However, in response, u/Bitwala repeated that they could not solve the dispute because they had no control over SolarisBank.
In the days after Giacomo Vico requested multiple time to speak with a manager of Solarisbank, but was denied.Stunned by so evident subtle manners, Giacomo Vico, on the 28.10.2019, was obliged to call in his lawyer. Again, SolarisBank was called in order to solve as gentlemen the dispute, but again we were denied speaking with a manager.
Therefore, on the 29.10.2019 my lawyer sent an email to SolarisBank formally requesting the closure of the account and the remittance of the funds. Absolutely no answers. After calling them again they repeated they could not speak with us and we should address our concerns to u/Bitwala. "
Consequently on the 31.10.2019 Giacomo Vico's lawyer opened a Legal Claim with the Berlin Polizei against two managers of Solarisbank.
Only after this we received an email form SolarisBank asking for an IBAN to remit the funds.
Despite the remittance of the funds we didn't stop our legal claim. We are seeking compensation and Giacomo Vico's laywer collected all the details of the people damaged to forward the information to the Polizei department.
As stated before at these Dropbox links you may find all my case, the Berlin Polizei legal notice and all the other cases.
All4BTC Cases: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/b7s7wao82qqt2ry/AADG7U8_kaTwwhLwvmpHjGT3a?dl=0
Bitwala Cases: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/kqf0lhcri9i70qq/AAAKLz0B-_v2MI-3BpH5zQVwa?dl=0
Arrivederci,
Giacomo Vico
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Blockchain-focused challenger Bitwala raises €13m

Bitwala, the challenger bank based on blockchain, has received a €13 million Series A funding round, led by Sony Financial Ventures and NKB Group.
The funds will boost Bitwala’s growth strategy to attract new customers, recruit talent, and start offering Bitcoin accounts for businesses.
“We started Bitwala to connect bitcoin to the conventional financial system and remain in line with supervisory requirements in one of the world’s strictest regulatory jurisdictions – Germany,” adds Jan Goslicki, co-founder and chief compliance officer at Bitwala.
Christoph Iwaniez, chief financial officer at Bitwala states: “While we are entering a new phase of expansion, it will be very hard to imitate our unique technical and regulatory setup or garner the same trust in the customer base.”
With retail customers in all 31 countries of the European Economic Area (EEA), Bitwala offers a free current account with a built-in bitcoin wallet as well as BTC trading options. Bitwala enables its customers to trade bitcoin directly out of a current account, hosted by Berlin-based solarisBank.
Bitwala charges a 1% fee for bitcoin trading, while the current account (B2C) and the Bitwala Debit Card come free of charge.
Since the new service’s launch in mid-December 2018, bitcoin worth more than €11 million have already been traded on Bitwala, an increase by €10 million since February 2019.
“When we started in 2015, we were three founders and a dog,” says Bitwala’s co-founder and chief technical officer Ben Jones.
* More Details Here
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The co-founder of Bitwala, a man named Jan Goslicki, affirmed that the reason to create this company was to connect Bitcoin to the more traditional financial world. This, he affirmed, is something that most people simply do not believe to be possible, especially because the German regulation is pretty strict. Founders: Jan Goslicki, Benjamin Jones, Jörg von Minckwitz Funding: €19.4 million Founded year: 2015. Why its hot: German startup Bitwala operates with the mission to disrupt banking by building an account to seamlessly transition between the cryptocurrency and fiat worlds. It offers a bank account connected to crypto. Basically, Bitwala was founded in 2015 by Jan Goslicki, Benjamin Jones and Jörg von Minckwitz. The most important thing to note is the only users have full access to the private keys of their bitcoin wallets which provide users better security and privacy. Remember the famous Crypto quote “NOT YOUR KEYs NOT YOUR COINS”. Jan Goslicki, Bitwala’s COO elaborated: Paying for transfers and topping up cards will be much quicker and more reliable with the Bitwala bitcoin wallet. A lot of new bitcoin users are using custodian wallets (e.g. from account services like bitcoin exchanges). These wallets are not reliable if it comes to paying time sensitive invoices. Bitwala. Founders: Jörg von Minckwitz, Jan Goslicki, Benjamin P. Jones Funding: €6.4 million Bitwala is a blockchain banking startup operating since 2015 with the aim to empower power to exchange value similar to ideas. Bitwala offers a bank account that is connected to crypto. It offers the first regulated bank account with an integrated Bitcoin wallet and trading.

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