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Bitcoin’s Loss is Swiftcoin’s Gain

Posted on Monday, 29th July 2013 @ 01:20 PM by Text Size A | A | A

BNAK the company behind Swiftcoin has completed signing a contract with First National Innovation Brokers (FNIB) that will see the Forex Company that used to accept Bitcoin as a trading account financing option replace most of its Bitcoin with Swiftcoin.

“We will not completely phase out the Bitcoin system but we have advised most of our clients to consider using the Swiftcoin system since it has better security features.” First National Innovation Brokers Public Relations Manager Gregory Alexander told the Quesha Website. “The users will also be able to communicate with our support team by sending secure, encrypted messages through their Swiftcoin wallets at no charge.”

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