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nnnnn this is not a sad day that the banks have been shouting freeze and as an atmosphere of mounting chaos they're now going to be up to one thousand bank branches opening pension as reagan's one of them now and in downtown athens under so many they don't even have thank god save this will be a much needed lifeline for that political pressure is growing for the greek government to reach a deal as bancas say fifty and twenty year old notes are running low says been a steady stream of conceives down federal pension is going into this bank behind me many of them aren't really sure what's going on they've been told they can take up to a hundred and twenty year rise out today and the ones that i've spoken to have said that that is simply not enough for them to live on amenities are daria grow without , exactly what is going , and the older people , who have even , as greg slick for new ways to keep that money safe and avoid currency controls some of them are coming to this sleepy suburb in athens to gates at this stationery store , inside is the country's first and only big korean machine the decentralized to digital currency means it's impossible for any central bank to impose controls on it there were no middlemen and in recent weeks has been a surge in business from greece , i think it's a good idea to , the world is watching this financial crisis , the greeks are living it , increasingly unsure of what comes next