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June 02, 2011, 04:27:28 PM
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Hi,

I would like to buy 100 BTC at $10.1 each, thus $1010 in total.
I have been trading BTC on bitcoinmarket.com, you can check my ratings here:
https://www.bitcoinmarket.com/market/members/view/?market_memberID=3344

Thus, I won't scam you out of your money.
Send me an email to nieldlr@gmail.com if you are interested in selling 100 BTC.

EDIT: Night time at mine currently GMT+2. Pop me an email and I'll reply asap in the morning! Offer still stands

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June 02, 2011, 06:22:23 PM
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Why not just buy on BitcoinMarket?

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Wouldn't bitcoinmarket partially fill orders with small increments? Creating many PP transactions with different people? Maybe I'm wrong but this is why I've avoided using it.
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June 02, 2011, 06:29:56 PM
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Why not just buy on BitcoinMarket?

The prices on bitcoinmarket are too high. I want to buy at relevant MtGox prices, but I'm not a US citizen, thus it's tough to trade there without using Paypal.

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June 02, 2011, 06:34:29 PM
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Wouldn't bitcoinmarket partially fill orders with small increments? Creating many PP transactions with different people? Maybe I'm wrong but this is why I've avoided using it.

Not exactly sure what you mean here. On Bitcoinmarket the trades via Paypal is directly with users. Thus, BitcoinMarket does not accept Paypal deposits. They write up a contract for the trade and bitcoins are escrow if Paypal payments are received. Maybe this answers your question:
https://www.bitcoinmarket.com/info/faq/#paypal_deposits

Unless I misunderstood your question?

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June 02, 2011, 07:06:16 PM
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Hi Niel! Question was for Ian or someone else who has done a large PP order on btcmarket.

I understand that PayPal trades are directly between users which creates my potential issue.

Here's an example with an active PP trade.

Order (5184)
2011-06-02 15:22:08   5.0000   Limit   Opened
2011-06-02 15:27:18   1.0000   Limit   Partially Filled

This order for 5 BTC has been partially filled with 1 BTC but I've seen orders partially filled with amounts as low as .3 BTC. Doesn't this create another PayPal transaction with a new user every time an order is partially filled? Seems like this would be a hassle for larger orders and put your PP transactions under much more scrutiny.
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June 02, 2011, 07:28:23 PM
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Hi Niel! Question was for Ian or someone else who has done a large PP order on btcmarket.

I understand that PayPal trades are directly between users which creates my potential issue.

Here's an example with an active PP trade.

Order (5184)
2011-06-02 15:22:08   5.0000   Limit   Opened
2011-06-02 15:27:18   1.0000   Limit   Partially Filled

This order for 5 BTC has been partially filled with 1 BTC but I've seen orders partially filled with amounts as low as .3 BTC. Doesn't this create another PayPal transaction with a new user every time an order is partially filled? Seems like this would be a hassle for larger orders and put your PP transactions under much more scrutiny.

Ah I see. Interesting, haven't noticed this before. However, when buying BTC from people who want to sell, I haven't seen the option to do that. It's been all in or nothing for me. Where did you find the partially filled orders? I've been clicking some orders, but haven't seen anything of the likes.

EDIT: BTW, offer to buy BTC still standing! I'm an email away Smiley

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