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cortomaltese
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Re: proposition from exchange to avoid ewallets
« Reply #15 on: November 17, 2016, 08:28:20 AM »

I was surprised that a very reputable exchange got in touch with me to propose to me alternative ways of funding/withdrawing my account!

You can't reveal the exchange name here ?
I would prefer not do that publicly
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Re: proposition from exchange to avoid ewallets
« Reply #16 on: November 18, 2016, 06:16:38 PM »

I can perfectly understand what greed can do to people
Many of us probably felt it in a personal level , but then again here we are talking about companies
with managers , directors , etc
Can't they see that this thing will kill their business?!
The first signs are already here!
It's a corporate problem. There are fewer and fewer companies that are owned by physical persons that take the long-term view of what's best for a company. Today in order to survive and compete a business must grow and consolidate so fast that it needs constant investments which come with the price of giving away control. So instead of the owner you got corporate suits for whom its just a stop in their careers and the only thing that matters for them is results during their tenure, which they can put in their CVs (I know, I was one). No long-term view, a bit like with politicians...

Finally someone who gets it. In other words he described capitalism
Corporate capitalism, yes
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