Most banks in Switzerland refuse to accept crypt currencies. However, in July 2017, the Swiss Falcon Private Bank, violating the status quo, announced that it would store and trade bitcoin through its own service. Now, another bank, located in Zurich, announced that it would start accepting digital currencies, Bitcoinist reports. The only condition put forward by the bank is that cryptocurrencies must be received for services or from mining. The bank said that it is planned to use cryptocurrencies primarily as an alternative means for investors. At the same time, the bank's specialists recognized that they have little experience in the field of digital tokens.
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