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1  Economy / Currency exchange / [SOLD] $100/65 Neteller for sale, I want to buy BTC. on: July 15, 2015, 12:24:29 PM
I have: Neteller ~65 or $100
I want: BTC

Need quick sale, will take 80% of preev

Source of funds: BTC deposit

Have made similar trades using Skrill twice, no problems Smiley Genuine buyer. (see feedback)

Can do smaller amount down to $50 if you prefer, same rate.

PM me!

2  Economy / Trading Discussion / Don't Skrill mind if you receive funds from so many accounts? on: May 21, 2015, 10:44:32 AM
If you sell a large amount of BTC via Skrill, have you had any problems with Skrill since you are receiving so many transfers from different accounts?

3  Economy / Economics / Why do we pay so much when the same function can be performed by a few Satoshis on: May 08, 2015, 08:45:45 AM
The value of a bitcoin comes from its ability to perform as a utility, as an anonymous, instant, cheap way to send funds globally correct?
So as long as you can get enough units of bitcoin to perform this function, then there is no need for people to fight over the remaining units and push the price up via supply and demand.

The function that Btc performs could be performed just as well with 1000th, 1 millionth as many satoshis. There is no need for us all to have  1 000 000 000 satoshis each to be able to send what at the moment equates to ~$230 when 230 00 satoshis would do the job just as well. Why are we bidding against each-other to buy more? More would do the same job...

So why isnt the value of bitcoin settling much, much lower?  Are genuine users forced to conduct transactions at an artificially inflated rate?

Why isnt much closer to 1 satoshi=1 cent? That would enable transactions to be conducted just as they are now, we would all have enough bitcoin to not worry about bidding against eachother to buy some.

Lets compare it to gold, always clearer in gold Smiley

1kg in gold might provide the vital components for a machine that is worth $100 000. It is the most expensive use case for gold on earth hypothetical example)
Because of this, it sets the market value for gold (not withstanding speculation and investment influences on the price)

There is no reason for people to suddenly start paying 1000 times as much for that same kg of gold. Its price is in-line with its real world applications.

So why does this happen with BTC? We can still send money anonymously, instantly, feeless with 1 000th as much of a BTC? The price is completely unrelated to its real world applications and demand for the utility.

4  Economy / Digital goods / How to turn neteller > amazon gift vouchers WITHOUT VCC on: May 06, 2015, 03:26:10 PM
Buying Amazon vouchers with Neteller...

If deposit bitcoins into neteller you cannot use the VCC/CC options, is there a good way to convert Neteller>AmazonGC in this situation?

Checked out but that seems to be a scam
5  Economy / Trading Discussion / Good ways to invest Bitcoins on: May 05, 2015, 05:43:30 PM
What is there to invest Bitcoins in without having to cash out to fiat first?

I was looking for ways to buy physical gold (held in bank), stocks/shares, stuff like that, but options seem very limited.

Any ideas?
6  Economy / Currency exchange / I have Skrill funds, want to buy BTC @PREEV +10% profit for you on: April 06, 2015, 08:52:06 AM
I need BTC for gambling websites.

Any amounts 10-200/$15-$300 total for now.

Can send in $//

Source of my funds: peer to peer transfers and some gambling withdrawals NOT credit card (can show proof via

Rate: will send at Preev+10% because when I offer 1:1 or +5% it takes forever to get any takers, money today is worth more than money tomorrow.

7  Economy / Currency exchange / 12.50 UKASH or Paysafecard will pay with BITCOIN 1:1 **************CLOSED****** on: March 29, 2015, 02:34:34 PM
easy way for you to turn cash into Bitcoin, go buy a 12.50 Ukash voucher (MUST ASK FOR AGE VERIFIED) and sell it to me Smiley

Rate: 1:1
Willing to use Escrow: YES

Edit: 31/05/15 - still available
8  Economy / Currency exchange / Have 15 ($22) Skrill - need BTC : preev+25%! on: March 27, 2015, 05:44:24 PM
I have 15/$22 Skrill, need BTC

will pay preev + 25%  Shocked

why 25%? just want this deal done ASAP, wasting too much time tryna buy a bitta bitcoin...


9  Economy / Scam Accusations / Mridul is a certified scammer on: March 25, 2015, 06:28:28 AM
ripping people off with dodgy keys and outright not supplying in some cases:

took $50 Skrill from me with promise of BTC, gave me a bunch of excuses to buy time for his dodgy key business and has now deleted me from Skype.

He probably won't be back so this is likely pointless, but if you deal with the name Parikshit/Mridul/Mridul_Beat or indeed anyone selling MS keys for ~$3 then be careful, it may well be him.

email he used for Skrill:
10  Economy / Digital goods / Going rate for Amazon vouchers with provable, legit source on: March 24, 2015, 10:24:34 AM
If I had a steady supply of legitimate Amazon gift vouchers, received from a survey site as payment for visitor activity, what would you pay for them in BTC?

Is 85% fair?
11  Economy / Currency exchange / Anyone reliable deal in Ukash? Can pay via Skrill or PP today, or BTC later on: March 22, 2015, 05:58:22 PM
Need Ukash for gaming website, anyone trade this? Will need to do regular trades
12  Economy / Currency exchange / Selling $60 Skrill for BTC (or ukash from trusted members) on: March 18, 2015, 01:06:17 PM
I'm not a scammer.
I just want to buy a bit of bitcoin, all my funds are in Skrill
I have been trying to buy this for weeks, been scammed and had my time wasted and still no BTC.

Please give me a chance- can show multiple forms of ID, ac statement, facebook account etc etc

13  Economy / Trading Discussion / How is currency exchange like this legal? on: March 05, 2015, 09:15:35 AM
How is this legal? I thought it would be at best a very dark shade of grey because of money laundering laws
14  Economy / Currency exchange / Need to buy 40 (~$60) BTC using Skrill (not CC funded) on: March 03, 2015, 06:42:48 PM
Hi- I'm new to the forum but I cannot see that this is breaking any rules so I'll go ahead and post.

I need to buy 40 of BTC using my Skrill account.

WARNING: Skrill is reversable if the credit card is charged back or occasionally if the user claims the account was hacked.
That said, I will not be using a CC to fund the transaction. I can use teamviewer or similiar software to show me sending you the money. You will see my balance is a fair bit bigger than than the 40 I send you.
I would prefer to use Escrow for this transaction or a trusted seller.

Let me know if you're interested, along with the rate you are offering.

Thankyou and regards
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