o me Offer: $5M Deposit, ROI $2M (plus Initial Principal), 1% of the Investment Bank, 35-40 Business Days People are ALREADY doing similar things to what I'm doing. THE DIFFERENCE IS I BLOW THEM OUT OF THE WATER. I will launch the Bank with an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) that will out perform regular crypto coins. That revenue can amount to many millions. No bank has their own coin, with online capabilities, and made of rare metals, $0.85 on the dollar. The deposit will allow me to leverage a credit line up to $100M within 35-40 business days, it will also be linked to the ICO offering so that the public sees the coin already is worth millions before it is even made. See the destruction a crypto-coin has made when a deposit of millions has been applied to a ICO coin offering, and a new type of bank different from what regular banks offer, these are FACTS: >>>>> 10x, founded by the ex-CEO of Barclays, raises $46M to ... - TechCrunch >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> Sep 20, 2017 - The fintech revolution continues apace, and while many startups are hoping that newer and better tech will help them take business away from ... >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> $150 Million: Tim Draper-Backed Bancor Completes Largest-Ever ICO ... >>>>> › Markets News › Investments >>>>> >>>>> Jun 12, 2017 - $150 Million: Tim Draper-Backed Bancor Completes Largest-Ever ... yet-to-be-held offering – Draper has invested in a number of bitcoin ... Please conduct your own thorough research before investing in any cryptocurrency. >>>>> >>>>> Billionaire investor Tim Draper backs new cryptocurrency - >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> May 5, 2017 - Draper, an early backer of bitcoin and its underlying blockchain ... Draper will also investin U.S.-based Dynamic Ledger Solutions Inc., the ... >>>>> >>>>> If you understand how FDIC banks work, they will not allow its customers to rip off other customers, or depositors to any account. If the depositor has complete information of the customer who owns the account, they can contact the bank, and inform them of the conduct. The bank will investigate, freeze the account and deal with the matter. If it doesn't resolve, the bank will return the money to the depositor. FDIC banks also regulate accounts that receive large amounts of money, that aren't currently generating money. This means, they will place holds, and restrictions on expenditures to make sure the account holder doesn't leave the bank on the hook for liabilities. Once the account starts generating an income i.e. (the business) the holds will decrease until the income surpasses what the account has in it. With that said the fable "They can take the money and run"is simply not possible-especially with millions. The bank will monitor any new large deposit, and question every move, placing holds along the
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