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I Currently living in Russia and my LBC account is russian. Can Buy bitcoin in Canada

Hello everyone I am a student in Canada (Toronto) But I am from Russia My LBC account is russian I have both Canadian and Russian personal bank accounts . I want to buy bitcoin from Canada using my own bank account Can I buy bitcoin from It? I have few bucks in my Canadian bank account but problem is My Canadian Govt id just expires in Jan 2020 .Can I buy bitcoin from Canada now? Please help or suggest me something .
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Buy Bitcoin in Canada easily through your bank account with no restrictions

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Bitcoin to USD bank account in Canada

Is there a way to sell my Bitcoin in USD and have it transferred to a usd dollar bank account in a Canadian bank?
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Royal Bank of Canada looking into launching bitcoin trading platform, as well as allowing crypto wallets within bank accounts

Royal Bank of Canada looking into launching bitcoin trading platform, as well as allowing crypto wallets within bank accounts submitted by bobbert182 to BitcoinCA [link] [comments]

PSA: Gemini Exchange - Areas of Operation ... if you live in the US/Canada/UK, you likely qualify to apply for an account with Gemini. Gemini is pro-bitcoin and a much better alternative to ConBase

PSA: Gemini Exchange - Areas of Operation ... if you live in the US/Canada/UK, you likely qualify to apply for an account with Gemini. Gemini is pro-bitcoin and a much better alternative to ConBase submitted by Bastiat to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Blurred Lines: Google to Launch Banks Accounts As Canada’s Biggest Bank Eyes Bitcoin and Crypto

Blurred Lines: Google to Launch Banks Accounts As Canada’s Biggest Bank Eyes Bitcoin and Crypto submitted by n4bb to CoinPath [link] [comments]

(Canada) Am I allowed to deposit money someone gave me into their account at a bitcoin ATM?

A stockbroker tells me that he uses bitcoin for work but is too busy to getting around to depositing money at ATMs. He would like to e-transfer me money (a cut of which I will get to keep) and do this for him. I will deposit the money into his account using a code he gives me. I don't think there is anything wrong with this, but it feels a little sketchy and unofficial.

What does legaladvice think?
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Canada approved a mutual fund for retirement accounts - 50% of which is bitcoin. Why can't I have this in the U.S.?!?!?!

Canada approved a mutual fund for retirement accounts - 50% of which is bitcoin. Why can't I have this in the U.S.?!?!?! submitted by ducksauce88 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Shakepay launches funding with bitcoin, cashing out to bank accounts for Canada

Shakepay launches funding with bitcoin, cashing out to bank accounts for Canada submitted by shakepay to BitcoinCA [link] [comments]

Court filing regarding Canada's largest bitcoin exchange: Quadriga CX officer transferred $2.6 million in customer funds to his personal bank accounts.

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I have an account at BlockChain, but it won't let me buy or sell bitcoin in my country (Canada). Anyone know of a site that will?

I dont know much about bitcoin, I've always had my account at blockchain.info. Can somebody tells me the easiest way to enter a credit card gift card and convert it to bitcoin that is easy to use? One that preferably won't ask me for a phone number either, as I don't trust random sites having my number.
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What process and accounts/exchanges do you use to buy, hold and sell bitcoin and altcoins in Canada?

I've seen so much differing information and opinions on this sub, the current method i've read of is to fund your QCX account and buy BTC with that. Then to move those BTC to Kraken and purchase AltCoins on there with BTC???
Can we create a clean and precise list of all of the following;
And any other information that you believe is important for relative newcomers, who live within Canada. I am just trying to determine the best way to fund my accounts and purchase BTC and a broad range of AltCoins to build a portfolio.
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Bank of Montreal shuts down bitcoin-related business accounts in Canada

Bank of Montreal shuts down bitcoin-related business accounts in Canada submitted by alohacomrad to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

CoinTrader.net: Canada's Last Bitcoin-Friendly Bank Closes Accounts Nationwide

Full post: https://www.cointrader.net/news
"we were informed this morning by our bank that the last remaining Bitcoin-friendly charter bank, Bank of Montreal, is closing all Bitcoin-related business accounts across Canada. Despite the fact that Cointrader has already implemented an anti-money laundering regime to comply with potential FINTRAC regulations which was vetted by BMO itself, the bank has decided to sever our account as well. These actions were taken immediately following the remarks made last week and without any other provocation or evidence of wrongdoing."
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Alberta, Canada Bitcoin Exchange 'Hacked,' Offline, Twitter Account Deleted, and Claims All Funds are Gone

Alberta, Canada Bitcoin Exchange 'Hacked,' Offline, Twitter Account Deleted, and Claims All Funds are Gone submitted by HenryCorp to ConflictOfInterest [link] [comments]

Accredited investors in Canada can invest in Bitcoin Fund through RRSP and TFSA accounts!

https://business.financialpost.com/pmn/press-releases-pmn/business-wire-news-releases-pmn/canadas-first-and-only-regulated-bitcoin-fund-now-eligible-for-accredited-investor-rrsp-and-tfsa-accounts

This is a big news! The mainstream financial planning industry can now recommend clients to invest in Bitcoin!

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In Canada; Are you accepting Bitcoins? Your Business Banks account may terminated without notice; Desjardins Group in Canada Called; "My Business considered Illegal for dealing with Bitcoins"

Howdy fellow Redditers.
Not two months ago, i had two meetings with an agent(and a trainee) at Caisse Desjardins, to migrate my spread out account assets/credits(From Varied banks) used for my business, to one centralized account.
After asking me copious amount of details about my operations, the Agent tell me all is well; he will look in what is the best credit solution he can get me, business credit card, etc.
After said agent not getting back to me for around a month, i decided to start asking questions. Eventually i leave a email... I receive an auto reply, stating that said agent had a promotion, and his clients were shipped off to a new guy. Which didn't contact me, or anything.
Make sense, both time i went there, there was a trainee agent in the room.
After more efforts from my parts, and delays, i finally received a call from one of their agent, stating that my recently opened business account was terminated because and i quote "a law was passed recently and thus Desjardins refuse to serve businesses with any sort of ties to Bitcoin"
Well, that's frustrating to me, but make of that what you will.
-V
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transferring 32k euro from Portugal to Canada

my grandfather passed away and left my mother with a condo that was sold for 32k euro's in portugal. Luckily we have not been taxed for anything, but now we are trying to figure out how to bring the money back to canada. We were told by a lawyer in portugal that if we were to wire the money the Portuguese government will essentially tax us on that money quite a bit. if anyone knows a bit about how this works in europe/ portugal to give me a bit of advice, i would greatly appreciate it.
We came across transferwise through online posts wondering peoples experience.
Not sure if this is the right subreddit to post on.
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Canada’s Only Regulated Bitcoin Fund Eligible For RRSP & TFSA Accounts

Canada’s Only Regulated Bitcoin Fund Eligible For RRSP & TFSA Accounts submitted by Ibinex to bitcoinxt [link] [comments]

Canadas Only Regulated Bitcoin Fund Eligible For RRSP & TFSA Accounts

Canadas Only Regulated Bitcoin Fund Eligible For RRSP & TFSA Accounts submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Accredited Investors now Able to Hold Bitcoin in Registered Accounts in Canada

Accredited Investors now Able to Hold Bitcoin in Registered Accounts in Canada submitted by MundoMoedas to Cryptochillout [link] [comments]

Accredited investors in Canada can invest in Bitcoin Fund through RRSP and TFSA accounts! /r/Bitcoin

Accredited investors in Canada can invest in Bitcoin Fund through RRSP and TFSA accounts! /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

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