banknoun

  • ja銀行
  • ena business providing financial services where people can receive, keep, borrow, and exchange money

Examples

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I started my first business in 1992 in China as a small business.
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In order to borrow money—
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Five-thousand US dollars from bank took me 3 months to acquire.
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Still failed.
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So difficult to be a small business.
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So what Bitcoin creates is a ledger that needs no bank.
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And that's actually pretty important because if you think about what is a bank,
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at least as far as the money transfer and the checking and the savings, not the loan part but the financial,
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the moving money part of a bank, it's really a secure ledger.
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I keep repeating, remember, we run 80% of the airline operations that are out there.
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We run almost all the major banks of the world.
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That's not— Those are not high-growth businesses.
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But those are important businesses.
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The one thing about robbing banks is you're mostly robbing women.
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So the last thing you wanna be is rude.
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Ma'am, it's nothing personal.
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And I work at the bank.
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The next time we see her, she's got a machine gun at a bank.
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The smallest bill is $10 million.
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The rent gets paid from the bank, not by you.
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Most of the business models are based on transactions.
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If you don't transact, you're not a valuable customer.
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I mean, think about that.
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This goes back to your story with the bank in Switzerland, which is the same principles.
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Of course, of course.
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I went to bank recently,
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'cause I hadn't been to the bank since 1988.
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What did you go to the bank for?
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To deposit $1 million.
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So what's your plan, Mr. Garrett?
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How would you like to buy a bank?