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December 17, 2015, 06:15:28 AM
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Looking to trade $2000 WU for BTC must show proof before I send the WU
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December 17, 2015, 06:19:21 AM
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Looking to trade $2000 WU for BTC must show proof before I send the WU
As an FYI to anyone considering trading with this person, you can prove that you control BTC by signing a message with a private key that controls a bitcoin address that "contains" sufficient bitcoin you are selling. However a better way to prove you control sufficient BTC to cover the trade is to send it to a trusted escrow who will hold the BTC until you receive the WU funds.

If/when the OP asks for a picture of a paper wallet that contains the BTC you are selling then he is trying to steal your bitcoin.

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December 17, 2015, 06:27:12 AM
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Looking to trade $2000 WU for BTC must show proof before I send the WU
As an FYI to anyone considering trading with this person, you can prove that you control BTC by signing a message with a private key that controls a bitcoin address that "contains" sufficient bitcoin you are selling. However a better way to prove you control sufficient BTC to cover the trade is to send it to a trusted escrow who will hold the BTC until you receive the WU funds.

If/when the OP asks for a picture of a paper wallet that contains the BTC you are selling then he is trying to steal your bitcoin.

I am simply just looking for a screenshot of the persons forum account minimized by their blokchain wallet or something
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December 17, 2015, 06:41:13 AM
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Looking to trade $2000 WU for BTC must show proof before I send the WU
As an FYI to anyone considering trading with this person, you can prove that you control BTC by signing a message with a private key that controls a bitcoin address that "contains" sufficient bitcoin you are selling. However a better way to prove you control sufficient BTC to cover the trade is to send it to a trusted escrow who will hold the BTC until you receive the WU funds.

If/when the OP asks for a picture of a paper wallet that contains the BTC you are selling then he is trying to steal your bitcoin.

I am simply just looking for a screenshot of the persons forum account minimized by their blokchain wallet or something
You are both going to be much better off by having the person selling the BTC to a trusted escrow. Simply having proof that he has BTC does not mean he will send it to you.

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