Bank4YOU Announces Receiving Byteball Payments
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Bank4YOU will receive payment in Byteball. Byteball has been added to the existing list of accepted fiat and crypto currencies. The Bank4You Board believes in the cryptocurrency and is starting to work with it among the first, giving its customers the opportunity to make the contribution to ICO its campaign along with BTC, ETH, USD, GBP, EUR.

Bank4YOU launched purchase of BFY tokens using Byteball’s GBYTES, simplifying the conversion system as much as possible.

MMRS (Mobile Money Remittance System) – a new standard among the mobile money transfers industry. An innovative e-payment system, created via blocking technology to ensure ease of transactions at the territories not available for bank transfers and other ways of transferring money.

Our service is unique, because with it will be possible to transfer money to any point of the globe without binding to established banking infrastructure. The MMRS service was favorably evaluated by experts from the Crypto Investor Show in London, where it was introduced by the new CEO, Mr.Shantnu Saxena.

As of today, the MMRS ICO collected $ 7,535,815 in total. 2 weeks are left till the end of the last round, so the best decision for all those who want to benefit from the wise investment is to join Bank4YOU innovative project right now.

Byteball is a new generation of DAG-based crypto cash. This is another representative of a new aspiring trend: a coin without blocking and mining, with fast and unchanged transactions that can be hidden or confirmed with the help of a third party.

Bank4YOU Group is not a start-up, but an established international consortium of fin-tech service companies operating within the electronic mobile payment services arena. FCA License No715451, issued by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority authorizes Bank4YOU to provide credit.

Learn more about Mobile Money Remittance System project by Bank4YOU Group at the ICO website:

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Bank4YOU Group’s Mobile Money Remittance System, Cross-border mobile money transfers without a need to have a banking account.