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August 03, 2015, 01:41:21 PM
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Hi everyone!

I hit the big ticket (see thread here) and need to pay off some debt so I'm looking to sell 10 BTC via bank wire, cash deposit, Paypal (Trusted or 60 day wait to prevent chargebacks), or Escrow. If you have another option message me. No OK Pay or anything similar. You pay fees, 15% over market sounds fair.

Any increments is fine from 1 satoshi up to 10 BTC. I'll send 'em with zero fees so allow 1 - 7 day for confirmations. They'll be on Block Explorer for immediate verification of course.


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August 03, 2015, 01:54:45 PM
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You got this Bitcoin from basically winning the lottery and you want to sell it for 15% above the market price...

If you are flexible on your price then I would be willing to buy all 10BTC off you. I obviously wouldn't be willing to pay above market rates. If you are looking for a certain amount of money then I would be willing to buy 12BTC off you so you would get the amount of fiat that you need.

I also would not be willing to send first so if you are not comfortable sending first, we can use escrow.

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August 03, 2015, 02:13:13 PM
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You got this Bitcoin from basically winning the lottery and you want to sell it for 15% above the market price...

If you are flexible on your price then I would be willing to buy all 10BTC off you. I obviously wouldn't be willing to pay above market rates. If you are looking for a certain amount of money then I would be willing to buy 12BTC off you so you would get the amount of fiat that you need.

I also would not be willing to send first so if you are not comfortable sending first, we can use escrow.


Thanks for the offer. I have 9BTC left. 15% was fair considering some are selling for 25% over. Escrow is great, you pay the fees. I will never, ever send first selling BTC. Learned that lesson the hard way. Buying BTC I have no problem sending first.

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August 03, 2015, 02:16:29 PM
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You got this Bitcoin from basically winning the lottery and you want to sell it for 15% above the market price...

If you are flexible on your price then I would be willing to buy all 10BTC off you. I obviously wouldn't be willing to pay above market rates. If you are looking for a certain amount of money then I would be willing to buy 12BTC off you so you would get the amount of fiat that you need.

I also would not be willing to send first so if you are not comfortable sending first, we can use escrow.


Thanks for the offer. I have 9BTC left. 15% was fair considering some are selling for 25% over. Escrow is great, you pay the fees. I will never, ever send first selling BTC. Learned that lesson the hard way. Buying BTC I have no problem sending first.

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Why don't you sign a message from an address containing at least 9BTC?

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August 03, 2015, 02:25:22 PM
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You got this Bitcoin from basically winning the lottery and you want to sell it for 15% above the market price...

If you are flexible on your price then I would be willing to buy all 10BTC off you. I obviously wouldn't be willing to pay above market rates. If you are looking for a certain amount of money then I would be willing to buy 12BTC off you so you would get the amount of fiat that you need.

I also would not be willing to send first so if you are not comfortable sending first, we can use escrow.


Thanks for the offer. I have 9BTC left. 15% was fair considering some are selling for 25% over. Escrow is great, you pay the fees. I will never, ever send first selling BTC. Learned that lesson the hard way. Buying BTC I have no problem sending first.

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Why don't you sign a message from an address containing at least 9BTC?

I've never messed with signed messages before. If you're looking for comfirmation, CK provides it in the thread.

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August 03, 2015, 02:30:18 PM
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You got this Bitcoin from basically winning the lottery and you want to sell it for 15% above the market price...

If you are flexible on your price then I would be willing to buy all 10BTC off you. I obviously wouldn't be willing to pay above market rates. If you are looking for a certain amount of money then I would be willing to buy 12BTC off you so you would get the amount of fiat that you need.

I also would not be willing to send first so if you are not comfortable sending first, we can use escrow.


Thanks for the offer. I have 9BTC left. 15% was fair considering some are selling for 25% over. Escrow is great, you pay the fees. I will never, ever send first selling BTC. Learned that lesson the hard way. Buying BTC I have no problem sending first.

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Why don't you sign a message from an address containing at least 9BTC?

I've never messed with signed messages before. If you're looking for comfirmation, CK provides it in the thread.

If we are looking for confirmation you should sign a message from the address, here's how to do it on multibit https://multibit.org/en/help/v0.5/help_signAndVerifyMessage.html

If you have another client just google

"how to sign a message with <YOUR WALLET HERE>"


Nobody will wait 60 days to receive their bitcoins since price can drop and 60 days cant prevent chargebacks, 180 days could prevent chargeback but there are ways around if it was obtained with CC where the bank will chargeback and paypal wont be able to do anything but take your money.
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August 03, 2015, 02:36:24 PM
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You got this Bitcoin from basically winning the lottery and you want to sell it for 15% above the market price...

If you are flexible on your price then I would be willing to buy all 10BTC off you. I obviously wouldn't be willing to pay above market rates. If you are looking for a certain amount of money then I would be willing to buy 12BTC off you so you would get the amount of fiat that you need.

I also would not be willing to send first so if you are not comfortable sending first, we can use escrow.


Thanks for the offer. I have 9BTC left. 15% was fair considering some are selling for 25% over. Escrow is great, you pay the fees. I will never, ever send first selling BTC. Learned that lesson the hard way. Buying BTC I have no problem sending first.

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Why don't you sign a message from an address containing at least 9BTC?

I've never messed with signed messages before. If you're looking for comfirmation, CK provides it in the thread.
alright well GLWS. I'm not quite sure why someone would ever consider paying 15% above the market rate when services like coinbase and circle are out there.

If anything changes regarding what rate you are willing to accept shoot me a PM.

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August 03, 2015, 02:36:37 PM
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Hello if allowed I will pay via Paypal for some BTC I have around $100 will send as "friends and family" you can't dispute those charges unless you claim it wasn't you on account and that kind of thing is checked on. It is a verified account and my virwox is currently maxed. would appreciate if you could help me I have bought 10 btc in hte last fe wmonths but need more Cheesy

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August 03, 2015, 02:43:20 PM
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Hello if allowed I will pay via Paypal for some BTC I have around $100 will send as "friends and family" you can't dispute those charges unless you claim it wasn't you on account and that kind of thing is checked on. It is a verified account and my virwox is currently maxed. would appreciate if you could help me I have bought 10 btc in hte last fe wmonths but need more Cheesy


$100 would be 0.3 BTC, but you have no trust rating so escrow (you pay fees) or you'll have a 60 day wait. If that's OK PM me.


I have 8.4btc left.

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August 03, 2015, 02:44:46 PM
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Hello if allowed I will pay via Paypal for some BTC I have around $100 will send as "friends and family" you can't dispute those charges unless you claim it wasn't you on account and that kind of thing is checked on. It is a verified account and my virwox is currently maxed. would appreciate if you could help me I have bought 10 btc in hte last fe wmonths but need more Cheesy


$100 would be 0.3 BTC, but you have no trust rating so escrow (you pay fees) or you'll have a 60 day wait. If that's OK PM me.


I have 8.4btc left.

Not waiting 60 days u also have no trust and expect to hold money for 60 days? lol. Thanks anyway Ineed BTC now not almost in 2016.

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August 03, 2015, 02:48:18 PM
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Hello if allowed I will pay via Paypal for some BTC I have around $100 will send as "friends and family" you can't dispute those charges unless you claim it wasn't you on account and that kind of thing is checked on. It is a verified account and my virwox is currently maxed. would appreciate if you could help me I have bought 10 btc in hte last fe wmonths but need more Cheesy


$100 would be 0.3 BTC, but you have no trust rating so escrow (you pay fees) or you'll have a 60 day wait. If that's OK PM me.


I have 8.4btc left.

Not waiting 60 days u also have no trust and expect to hold money for 60 days? lol. Thanks anyway I need BTC now not almost in 2016.

That's Ok. You can do Escrow if you like or buy from someone with more trust. I'm not in a burning rush to sell, I just want to be able to tell the credit card company to kiss my butt in 30 days when the next payment is due  Cheesy



Also to other member, I don't have Perfect Money or OKPay or the like.

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August 03, 2015, 02:55:09 PM
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if you can accept market price, I can buy 2 btc, if interested PM me

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August 03, 2015, 03:56:35 PM
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if you can accept market price, I can buy 2 btc, if interested PM me


8.15 BTC left, PM sent, price settled on, negotiating fees Smiley

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August 03, 2015, 05:05:23 PM
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Ummm, the address that the block reward of the block that "you" found was 19U8Pg45mH3veQXNYiddtjgA54LGTSK78e, you have sold 1.85 BTC (at ridiculously high prices BTW), yet the sole output from that block is unspent and you have not sent, nor received any trust for any of the transactions you are claiming to have. Do you care to explain how this is possible?

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August 03, 2015, 05:25:14 PM
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Ummm, the address that the block reward of the block that "you" found was 19U8Pg45mH3veQXNYiddtjgA54LGTSK78e, you have sold 1.85 BTC (at ridiculously high prices BTW), yet the sole output from that block is unspent and you have not sent, nor received any trust for any of the transactions you are claiming to have. Do you care to explain how this is possible?


Sure, this block is not my only BTC, I have a 6 miner farm running on pools. This solo mining experiment is a one year experiment that paid off in two weeks.  Grin


In total I will be selling 10 BTC through bitcointalk, ebay, and another forum. ~1.85 are spoken for, currently 1.5btc are in talks on bitcointalk, and 2.89 are in talks elsewhere. The block you reference is still awaiting 18 more confirmations before it can be spent. Sending you a PM.


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August 03, 2015, 05:38:11 PM
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If we are looking for confirmation you should sign a message from the address, here's how to do it on multibit https://multibit.org/en/help/v0.5/help_signAndVerifyMessage.html

If you have another client just google

"how to sign a message with <YOUR WALLET HERE>"


Nobody will wait 60 days to receive their bitcoins since price can drop and 60 days cant prevent chargebacks, 180 days could prevent chargeback but there are ways around if it was obtained with CC where the bank will chargeback and paypal wont be able to do anything but take your money.


Thanks Reynaldo, I didn't see your message. Here's a signed message if I did it right:



Code:
HoDeDowe was here!
HFdAdZqGK1f19cDJJnnClDdRq7Rk8yYI/bM/TnzFoGeF2inrMJTAV1eGcK/E1Ia5S0X2Dd3yQVoohc2Mmv4zxLo=

Signed bare.  Love me now?  Cheesy


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August 03, 2015, 06:21:44 PM
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Well that address balance is 0 so no.

https://blockchain.info/address/19U8Pg45mH3veQXNYiddtjgA54LGTSK78e

and really, hitting the jackpot while mining and then cheap-skating on the transaction fees yourself, for real

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August 03, 2015, 06:23:11 PM
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Hello you offered me a "escrow" but is that still waiting 60 days? Or instant? Let me know.

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August 03, 2015, 06:31:26 PM
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Well that address balance is 0 so no.

https://blockchain.info/address/19U8Pg45mH3veQXNYiddtjgA54LGTSK78e

and really, hitting the jackpot while mining and then cheap-skating on the transaction fees yourself, for real

It's empty now, it wasn't when that message was posted. Thats the mined-to address proof of ownership, as requested. And yes, I send no-fee. For real Smiley


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August 03, 2015, 06:33:57 PM
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Hello you offered me a "escrow" but is that still waiting 60 days? Or instant? Let me know.

Sending you a PM

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