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They probably don't even have the option of supporting them; their upstream banking partners have restrictions on these kinds of businesses.

What do you mean by "these kinds of businesses?"

Cryptocurrency companies. Banks ban them.

Keys4Coins is not a cryptocurrency company. We are an online shop for pc games. Your comment makes as much sense as it would saying Steam is a cryptocurrency company when they only accepted Bitcoin for payments.

Do you accept cryptocurrency in exchange for USD-denominated gift cards?

If you don't know the answer to this question, why are you making these bold declarations about the company?

He knows that they do -- it's on the Keys4Coins front page.

In case this is genuine confusion, this is a rhetorical device. i.e.

A: "Do you want to go get ice cream?"

B: "Is the Pope Catholic?!"

The (obvious) "yes" to the second question is an indirect answer to the first.

It's hard to believe that tptacek knew that already, but did not say it clearly 3 days ago, when the company was described as a "crypto startup". Why would he waste everyone's time with such rhetoric games?

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