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August 01, 2015, 05:14:45 PM
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Hello,
I'm an engineering student would need a short term loan because I have had a bit to much expenses and bitcoin is the only way for me to get money during the weekend due to the fact that banks are closed.
Need it for food and bus tickets. Get salary at the end of each month, therefor I'd want to have 1 month to be on the safe side.

Need 0.1 BTC.

Can pay 20% interest, PM me for suggestions on how to prove I'm not a scammer, perhaps phone conversation? Video chat?

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August 01, 2015, 05:22:08 PM
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Hello,
I'm an engineering student would need a short term loan because I have had a bit to much expenses and bitcoin is the only way for me to get money during the weekend due to the fact that banks are closed.
Need it for food and bus tickets. Get salary at the end of each month, therefor I'd want to have 1 month to be on the safe side.

Need 0.1 BTC.

Can pay 20% interest, PM me for suggestions on how to prove I'm not a scammer, perhaps phone conversation? Video chat?

12k4rv45KfgvfJTkKE8NbT7SYG3mh8Gqbq

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Cool! Which bus lines and restaurants accept BTC?
How will a video or phone chat prove you are not a scammer?

When the subject of buying BTC with Paypal comes up, I often remember this: 

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

Albert Einstein
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August 01, 2015, 05:24:45 PM
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Hello,
I'm an engineering student would need a short term loan because I have had a bit to much expenses and bitcoin is the only way for me to get money during the weekend due to the fact that banks are closed.
Need it for food and bus tickets. Get salary at the end of each month, therefor I'd want to have 1 month to be on the safe side.

Need 0.1 BTC.

Can pay 20% interest, PM me for suggestions on how to prove I'm not a scammer, perhaps phone conversation? Video chat?

12k4rv45KfgvfJTkKE8NbT7SYG3mh8Gqbq

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Cool! Which bus lines and restaurants accept BTC?
How will a video or phone chat prove you are not a scammer?


We have something called swish (https://www.getswish.se/), so its instant transfer to bank account, so would sell the bitcoin on localbitcoins.com to a Swedish buyer.
My idea was that a scammer probably would not want to expose his identity?  Wink
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August 01, 2015, 05:26:27 PM
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Hello,
I'm an engineering student would need a short term loan because I have had a bit to much expenses and bitcoin is the only way for me to get money during the weekend due to the fact that banks are closed.
Need it for food and bus tickets. Get salary at the end of each month, therefor I'd want to have 1 month to be on the safe side.

Need 0.1 BTC.

Can pay 20% interest, PM me for suggestions on how to prove I'm not a scammer, perhaps phone conversation? Video chat?

12k4rv45KfgvfJTkKE8NbT7SYG3mh8Gqbq

Best regards

Cool! Which bus lines and restaurants accept BTC?
How will a video or phone chat prove you are not a scammer?


We have something called swish (https://www.getswish.se/), so its instant transfer to bank account, so would sell the bitcoin on localbitcoins.com to a Swedish buyer.
My idea was that a scammer probably would not want to expose his identity?  Wink

But, the banks are closed?
How exactly does a phone call or video chat prove your ID? Even if it did, how could I cash that out to recover my losses if you default?

When the subject of buying BTC with Paypal comes up, I often remember this: 

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

Albert Einstein
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August 01, 2015, 05:31:30 PM
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Hello,
I'm an engineering student would need a short term loan because I have had a bit to much expenses and bitcoin is the only way for me to get money during the weekend due to the fact that banks are closed.
Need it for food and bus tickets. Get salary at the end of each month, therefor I'd want to have 1 month to be on the safe side.

Need 0.1 BTC.

Can pay 20% interest, PM me for suggestions on how to prove I'm not a scammer, perhaps phone conversation? Video chat?

12k4rv45KfgvfJTkKE8NbT7SYG3mh8Gqbq

Best regards

Cool! Which bus lines and restaurants accept BTC?
How will a video or phone chat prove you are not a scammer?


We have something called swish (https://www.getswish.se/), so its instant transfer to bank account, so would sell the bitcoin on localbitcoins.com to a Swedish buyer.
My idea was that a scammer probably would not want to expose his identity?  Wink

But, the banks are closed?
How exactly does a phone call or video chat prove your ID? Even if it did, how could I cash that out to recover my losses if you default?
The business idea of swish is instant transaction even if banks are closed, or if people have different banks, so it's instant, not like a bank transfer.
I can e-mail you a payslip to prove that I get salary. However I would not want to send you my adress etc unless you talk to me on phone or something, identity scams are more serious? Dunno. It's a matter of trust!
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August 01, 2015, 05:35:17 PM
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Hello,
I'm an engineering student would need a short term loan because I have had a bit to much expenses and bitcoin is the only way for me to get money during the weekend due to the fact that banks are closed.
Need it for food and bus tickets. Get salary at the end of each month, therefor I'd want to have 1 month to be on the safe side.

Need 0.1 BTC.

Can pay 20% interest, PM me for suggestions on how to prove I'm not a scammer, perhaps phone conversation? Video chat?

12k4rv45KfgvfJTkKE8NbT7SYG3mh8Gqbq

Best regards

Cool! Which bus lines and restaurants accept BTC?
How will a video or phone chat prove you are not a scammer?


We have something called swish (https://www.getswish.se/), so its instant transfer to bank account, so would sell the bitcoin on localbitcoins.com to a Swedish buyer.
My idea was that a scammer probably would not want to expose his identity?  Wink

But, the banks are closed?
How exactly does a phone call or video chat prove your ID? Even if it did, how could I cash that out to recover my losses if you default?
The business idea of swish is instant transaction even if banks are closed, or if people have different banks, so it's instant, not like a bank transfer.
I can e-mail you a payslip to prove that I get salary. However I would not want to send you my adress etc unless you talk to me on phone or something, identity scams are more serious? Dunno. It's a matter of trust!

Again, if you need money for the weekend, banks are closed, Swish deposits to your bank account, how do you get the funds?
Your ID, pay slips, etc. can't be sold to recover BTC in case of a default.

When the subject of buying BTC with Paypal comes up, I often remember this: 

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

Albert Einstein
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August 01, 2015, 05:40:25 PM
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From what I can tell, this only works with credit cards, nothing about BTC.

http://www.swishme.com/


When the subject of buying BTC with Paypal comes up, I often remember this: 

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

Albert Einstein
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August 01, 2015, 05:40:52 PM
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Hello,
I'm an engineering student would need a short term loan because I have had a bit to much expenses and bitcoin is the only way for me to get money during the weekend due to the fact that banks are closed.
Need it for food and bus tickets. Get salary at the end of each month, therefor I'd want to have 1 month to be on the safe side.

Need 0.1 BTC.

Can pay 20% interest, PM me for suggestions on how to prove I'm not a scammer, perhaps phone conversation? Video chat?

12k4rv45KfgvfJTkKE8NbT7SYG3mh8Gqbq

Best regards

Cool! Which bus lines and restaurants accept BTC?
How will a video or phone chat prove you are not a scammer?


We have something called swish (https://www.getswish.se/), so its instant transfer to bank account, so would sell the bitcoin on localbitcoins.com to a Swedish buyer.
My idea was that a scammer probably would not want to expose his identity?  Wink

But, the banks are closed?
How exactly does a phone call or video chat prove your ID? Even if it did, how could I cash that out to recover my losses if you default?
The business idea of swish is instant transaction even if banks are closed, or if people have different banks, so it's instant, not like a bank transfer.
I can e-mail you a payslip to prove that I get salary. However I would not want to send you my adress etc unless you talk to me on phone or something, identity scams are more serious? Dunno. It's a matter of trust!

Again, if you need money for the weekend, banks are closed, Swish deposits to your bank account, how do you get the funds?
Your ID, pay slips, etc. can't be sold to recover BTC in case of a default.
If you read the website https://www.getswish.se/ you will realize that transactions are beetween phone numbers on swish, and each phone number is connected to a bank account, banks cooperate with all swedish banks, and the transaction is made instant! That's the only point of swish   Grin It's amazing!
Well a payslip would prove that I don't have to default, unless I scam, that's why I said it's a matter of trust and want to connect with the loaner (phone?). And if you have the adress etc you could sue me or something.
You are welcome to come with an idea for collateral, however I don't know what that would be since I can't post you something that fast.
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August 01, 2015, 05:47:48 PM
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From what I can tell, this only works with credit cards, nothing about BTC.

http://www.swishme.com/



This is not the same service.
Never heard of it.
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August 01, 2015, 05:48:53 PM
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A pay slip proves you have a pay slip, nothing more and again, a phone call proves nothing but you have a phone. As far as litigation, how much do you think that will cost? Even if I had your true identity it would not be worth the efforts.
How is BTC accepted through Swish?
Would you hand over your wallet to a random someone on the street because they asked you to?

When the subject of buying BTC with Paypal comes up, I often remember this: 

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

Albert Einstein
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August 01, 2015, 05:54:00 PM
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I have read over the site from your link. I see nothing about this app accepting BTC. Can you point it out?

EDIT: It would be an awesome app if the instant transfer of BTC to your immediately spendable bank account could be achieved. I'd for sure sign up.

When the subject of buying BTC with Paypal comes up, I often remember this: 

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

Albert Einstein
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August 01, 2015, 06:04:55 PM
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A pay slip proves you have a pay slip, nothing more and again, a phone call proves nothing but you have a phone. As far as litigation, how much do you think that will cost? Even if I had your true identity it would not be worth the efforts.
How is BTC accepted through Swish?
Would you hand over your wallet to a random someone on the street because they asked you to?

I apologize if I offended you, however I think you might not have read my earlier reply.
Swedish buyers on localbitcoins.com buy bitcoin and pay the seller with swish (BTC to SEK). (swish is a cooperation beetween swedish banks, so I can't tell you how to use a service like this in a different country)

Ofcourse I wouldn't hand over my wallet to a stranger.

However I clearly asked for suggestion from the loaner, suggestions on terms to agree upon.

KWH, I appreciate you taking time, however if you don't want to borrow BTC I'd also appreciate if you leave this thread alone so other people can come with constructive suggestions.
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August 01, 2015, 06:11:57 PM
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A pay slip proves you have a pay slip, nothing more and again, a phone call proves nothing but you have a phone. As far as litigation, how much do you think that will cost? Even if I had your true identity it would not be worth the efforts.
How is BTC accepted through Swish?
Would you hand over your wallet to a random someone on the street because they asked you to?

I apologize if I offended you, however I think you might not have read my earlier reply.
Swedish buyers on localbitcoins.com buy bitcoin and pay the seller with swish (BTC to SEK). (swish is a cooperation beetween swedish banks, so I can't tell you how to use a service like this in a different country)

Ofcourse I wouldn't hand over my wallet to a stranger.

However I clearly asked for suggestion from the loaner, suggestions on terms to agree upon.

KWH, I appreciate you taking time, however if you don't want to borrow BTC I'd also appreciate if you leave this thread alone so other people can come with constructive suggestions.

From your link: http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=sv&u=https://www.getswish.se/&prev=search
 Payments has never been easier, or faster.

The only thing you need to know to swisha money to another Swish users is the recipient's mobile or Swish number. The money comes into your account within a matter of seconds.

So, one would have to be in your country, network for this to even work.
Perhaps you should edit your thread ( you left out a LOT of relevant information) to target only Swish users or just stick to LBC.
You are new, posted on a public forum, wanting a loan and you have no credibility. You have an obscure app that I am pretty sure won't work like you suggest, at least for most users here. I have every right to ask relevant questions. If this wads your panties, so be it.

When the subject of buying BTC with Paypal comes up, I often remember this: 

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

Albert Einstein
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August 01, 2015, 06:17:13 PM
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A pay slip proves you have a pay slip, nothing more and again, a phone call proves nothing but you have a phone. As far as litigation, how much do you think that will cost? Even if I had your true identity it would not be worth the efforts.
How is BTC accepted through Swish?
Would you hand over your wallet to a random someone on the street because they asked you to?

I apologize if I offended you, however I think you might not have read my earlier reply.
Swedish buyers on localbitcoins.com buy bitcoin and pay the seller with swish (BTC to SEK). (swish is a cooperation beetween swedish banks, so I can't tell you how to use a service like this in a different country)

Ofcourse I wouldn't hand over my wallet to a stranger.

However I clearly asked for suggestion from the loaner, suggestions on terms to agree upon.

KWH, I appreciate you taking time, however if you don't want to borrow BTC I'd also appreciate if you leave this thread alone so other people can come with constructive suggestions.

From your link: http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=sv&u=https://www.getswish.se/&prev=search
 Payments has never been easier, or faster.

The only thing you need to know to swisha money to another Swish users is the recipient's mobile or Swish number. The money comes into your account within a matter of seconds.

So, one would have to be in your country, network for this to even work.
Perhaps you should edit your thread ( you left out a LOT of relevant information) to target only Swish users or just stick to LBC.
You are new, posted on a public forum, wanting a loan and you have no credibility. You have an obscure app that I am pretty sure won't work like you suggest, at least for most users here. I have every right to ask relevant questions. If this wads your panties, so be it.

Yes, and I appreciate you doing so, hopefully my answer can grant me some credibility  Smiley

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We have something called swish (https://www.getswish.se/), so its instant transfer to bank account, so would sell the bitcoin on localbitcoins.com to a Swedish buyer.

This means that if someone borrow me BTC here, I can sell those BTC to a swedish vendor, so the loaner do not need swish. It involves two transactions, but only one is relevant here.
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August 01, 2015, 06:21:23 PM
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A pay slip proves you have a pay slip, nothing more and again, a phone call proves nothing but you have a phone. As far as litigation, how much do you think that will cost? Even if I had your true identity it would not be worth the efforts.
How is BTC accepted through Swish?
Would you hand over your wallet to a random someone on the street because they asked you to?

I apologize if I offended you, however I think you might not have read my earlier reply.
Swedish buyers on localbitcoins.com buy bitcoin and pay the seller with swish (BTC to SEK). (swish is a cooperation beetween swedish banks, so I can't tell you how to use a service like this in a different country)

Ofcourse I wouldn't hand over my wallet to a stranger.

However I clearly asked for suggestion from the loaner, suggestions on terms to agree upon.

KWH, I appreciate you taking time, however if you don't want to borrow BTC I'd also appreciate if you leave this thread alone so other people can come with constructive suggestions.

From your link: http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=sv&u=https://www.getswish.se/&prev=search
 Payments has never been easier, or faster.

The only thing you need to know to swisha money to another Swish users is the recipient's mobile or Swish number. The money comes into your account within a matter of seconds.

So, one would have to be in your country, network for this to even work.
Perhaps you should edit your thread ( you left out a LOT of relevant information) to target only Swish users or just stick to LBC.
You are new, posted on a public forum, wanting a loan and you have no credibility. You have an obscure app that I am pretty sure won't work like you suggest, at least for most users here. I have every right to ask relevant questions. If this wads your panties, so be it.

Yes, and I appreciate you doing so, hopefully my answer can grant me some credibility  Smiley

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We have something called swish (https://www.getswish.se/), so its instant transfer to bank account, so would sell the bitcoin on localbitcoins.com to a Swedish buyer.

This means that if someone borrow me BTC here, I can sell those BTC to a swedish vendor, so the borrower do not need swish. It involves two transactions, but only one is relevant here.


Since your banks are closed and you need immediate funds for tickets and food, how will Swish help you in this case? If I read how it works properly, both sender and receiver need to be in the same network of trust, already set up with respective banks. In other words: Both verified by your respective banks to use Swish to have funds immediately available. As I stated, it would be a wonderful thing if the transfer was immediate when using BTC, I'd go for it.

When the subject of buying BTC with Paypal comes up, I often remember this: 

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

Albert Einstein
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August 01, 2015, 06:27:27 PM
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A pay slip proves you have a pay slip, nothing more and again, a phone call proves nothing but you have a phone. As far as litigation, how much do you think that will cost? Even if I had your true identity it would not be worth the efforts.
How is BTC accepted through Swish?
Would you hand over your wallet to a random someone on the street because they asked you to?

I apologize if I offended you, however I think you might not have read my earlier reply.
Swedish buyers on localbitcoins.com buy bitcoin and pay the seller with swish (BTC to SEK). (swish is a cooperation beetween swedish banks, so I can't tell you how to use a service like this in a different country)

Ofcourse I wouldn't hand over my wallet to a stranger.

However I clearly asked for suggestion from the loaner, suggestions on terms to agree upon.

KWH, I appreciate you taking time, however if you don't want to borrow BTC I'd also appreciate if you leave this thread alone so other people can come with constructive suggestions.

From your link: http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=sv&u=https://www.getswish.se/&prev=search
 Payments has never been easier, or faster.

The only thing you need to know to swisha money to another Swish users is the recipient's mobile or Swish number. The money comes into your account within a matter of seconds.

So, one would have to be in your country, network for this to even work.
Perhaps you should edit your thread ( you left out a LOT of relevant information) to target only Swish users or just stick to LBC.
You are new, posted on a public forum, wanting a loan and you have no credibility. You have an obscure app that I am pretty sure won't work like you suggest, at least for most users here. I have every right to ask relevant questions. If this wads your panties, so be it.

Yes, and I appreciate you doing so, hopefully my answer can grant me some credibility  Smiley

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We have something called swish (https://www.getswish.se/), so its instant transfer to bank account, so would sell the bitcoin on localbitcoins.com to a Swedish buyer.

This means that if someone borrow me BTC here, I can sell those BTC to a swedish vendor, so the borrower do not need swish. It involves two transactions, but only one is relevant here.


Since your banks are closed and you need immediate funds for tickets and food, how will Swish help you in this case? If I read how it works properly, both sender and receiver need to be in the same network of trust, already set up with respective banks. In other words: Both verified by your respective banks to use Swish to have funds immediately available. As I stated, it would be a wonderful thing if the transfer was immediate when using BTC, I'd go for it.

 I must have been unclear, sorry, perhaps my english is poor.

1. I get bitcoins to 12k4rv45KfgvfJTkKE8NbT7SYG3mh8Gqbq
2. At https://localbitcoins.com/sell_bitcoins people want to buy BTC and for that they pay in swedish currency with swish.
3. They swish money to my bank account, I release BTC to them.

Note: In Sweden 90% have swish, atleast the younger generation.
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 I must have been unclear, sorry, perhaps my english is poor.

1. I get bitcoins to 12k4rv45KfgvfJTkKE8NbT7SYG3mh8Gqbq
2. At https://localbitcoins.com/sell_bitcoins people want to buy BTC and for that they pay in swedish currency with swish.
3. They swish money to my bank account, I release BTC to them.

Note: In Sweden 90% have swish, atleast the younger generation.

Seems like a lot of trouble in hopes you will sell it for what you want. Add in the rather high 20% interest and it sounds nearly impossible to sell to cover your loan for over the weekend funds.
For a loan from someone new, collateral is almost always required as you have no trust and the lender has no way to recover any losses.

Good luck with your request.

When the subject of buying BTC with Paypal comes up, I often remember this: 

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

Albert Einstein
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 I must have been unclear, sorry, perhaps my english is poor.

1. I get bitcoins to 12k4rv45KfgvfJTkKE8NbT7SYG3mh8Gqbq
2. At https://localbitcoins.com/sell_bitcoins people want to buy BTC and for that they pay in swedish currency with swish.
3. They swish money to my bank account, I release BTC to them.

Note: In Sweden 90% have swish, atleast the younger generation.

Seems like a lot of trouble in hopes you will sell it for what you want. Add in the rather high 20% interest and it sounds nearly impossible to sell to cover your loan for over the weekend funds.
For a loan from someone new, collateral is almost always required as you have no trust and the lender has no way to recover any losses.

Good luck with your request.


Thank you, it's no problem, people are buying and selling BTC 24/7, done transactions before, really quick, think they trade for a spread to make money, here is the exchange rate:

Sell bitcoins online in Sweden
Buyer   Description   Price / BTC   Limits   Payment method   
alasti (30+; 100%)    Bank transfer Sweden    2426.59 SEK   100 - 5000 SEK   National bank transfer   Sell
fantaexotic (1000+; 100%)    Swish    2363.00 SEK   0 - 8000 SEK   Swish   Sell
energa (10000+; 100%)    Swish    2362.05 SEK   400 - 5000 SEK   Swish   Sell
Swisswatcher (3000+; 99%)    Paypal    2059.23 SEK   30 - 3000 SEK   Paypal   Sell
CarlRobin (100+; 100%)    Swish   2410.88 SEK   0 - 60000 SEK   Swish   Sell
BTC-NOK (6; 100%)    Swish   2236.78 SEK   2000 - 20000 SEK   Swish   Sell

Buy bitcoins online in Sweden
Seller   Description   Price / BTC   Limits   Payment method   
fantaexotic (1000+; 100%)    Swish   2563.10 SEK   0 - 10000 SEK   Swish   Buy
MTAydogdu (500+; 100%)    Swish   2563.22 SEK   0 - 97014 SEK   Swish   Buy
alasti (30+; 100%)    Swish   2565.00 SEK   10 - 2651 SEK   Swish   Buy
energa (10000+; 100%)    Swish   2567.98 SEK   200 - 4999 SEK   Swish   Buy
Swisswatcher (3000+; 99%)    PaySafeCard   4352.64 SEK   0 - 5430 SEK   PaySafeCard   Buy

It's just like trading futures, they provide liquidity, and they get higher spreads, if you are a market maker to S&P500 or something the spreads are low because of the high competition.

I've been a futures trader before, but I blew up my account, so here I am, broke as a joke, waiting for my salary..
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August 01, 2015, 07:16:06 PM
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Change your title to include "pro trader needed", maybe manyproofs will give you the funds.

When the subject of buying BTC with Paypal comes up, I often remember this: 

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

Albert Einstein
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