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September 11, 2010, 01:12:02 AM
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Here are some notes I've gathered regarding currency exchange:

AlertPay: see also
not a scam, still not a scam
The Pirate Bay's IPREDator VPN service uses AlertPay.

OmniPay
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OmniPay are based in Melbourne, Florida, United States, but are seeking to move their operation to West Africa
i wonder why.
OmniPay transition -> e-gold website statement
Is there potential for OmniPay's services to be used/established with Bitcoin-related services/projects?

London Gold Exchange
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The London Gold Exchange is the World’s largest and most established trader of Digital Currency
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We focus only on  Digital Currency and Digital Gold and can offer you an unrivalled experience

AOL?  What?  Where?  O_O

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September 11, 2010, 02:54:36 AM
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Digital only gold. Lol.

Nice euphemism for "You can't get the gold"

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Here are some notes I've gathered regarding currency exchange:

AlertPay: see also
not a scam, still not a scam
The Pirate Bay's IPREDator VPN service uses AlertPay.

OmniPay
wikipedia
Quote
OmniPay are based in Melbourne, Florida, United States, but are seeking to move their operation to West Africa
i wonder why.
OmniPay transition -> e-gold website statement
Is there potential for OmniPay's services to be used/established with Bitcoin-related services/projects?

London Gold Exchange
wikipedia
Quote
The London Gold Exchange is the World’s largest and most established trader of Digital Currency
Quote
We focus only on  Digital Currency and Digital Gold and can offer you an unrivalled experience

AOL?  What?  Where?  O_O

Other
wikipedia: Digital currency exchanger

Has anyone tried Coinffeine? This seems to be the best option right now, Bitsquare is coming along as well.

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