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February 06, 2016, 06:46:11 AM
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Bitstamp is okay, they follows the regulation closely. This is the problem. Many people don't like this.
Besides, their fee is high.
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February 06, 2016, 07:08:28 AM
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Bitstamp is okay, they follows the regulation closely. This is the problem. Many people don't like this.
Besides, their fee is high.

My point exactly. If u did nothing wrong and your money comes from legit sources, what is the problem with following regulation closely? Why would we all want to have shady deals, ponzi pumpers and scammers in crypto. Again, I m not saying OP s one of these people, just do not see the problem. Send them what they ask for and they ll stop bothering you with this.

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February 06, 2016, 12:57:54 PM
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Bitstamp is okay, they follows the regulation closely. This is the problem. Many people don't like this.
Besides, their fee is high.

My point exactly. If u did nothing wrong and your money comes from legit sources, what is the problem with following regulation closely? Why would we all want to have shady deals, ponzi pumpers and scammers in crypto. Again, I m not saying OP s one of these people, just do not see the problem. Send them what they ask for and they ll stop bothering you with this.

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February 06, 2016, 03:03:57 PM
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Bitstamp is okay, they follows the regulation closely. This is the problem. Many people don't like this.
Besides, their fee is high.

My point exactly. If u did nothing wrong and your money comes from legit sources, what is the problem with following regulation closely? Why would we all want to have shady deals, ponzi pumpers and scammers in crypto. Again, I m not saying OP s one of these people, just do not see the problem. Send them what they ask for and they ll stop bothering you with this.

Some people are very aware of their privacy. They do not want other people to know their flow of the money.
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February 06, 2016, 09:34:35 PM
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Bitstamp is okay, they follows the regulation closely. This is the problem. Many people don't like this.
Besides, their fee is high.

Yeah they are expensive but their service level is good and that's something which cost money.
So nothing unusual here.
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February 06, 2016, 11:56:46 PM
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I Have Never had a problem with them!
I was extremely careful after hack but after all i'm really satisfied how they are working..

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February 07, 2016, 12:41:33 AM
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I Have Never had a problem with them!
I was extremely careful after hack but after all i'm really satisfied how they are working..

I avoid big amounts of bitcoin there, but no they are quit trustworthy.
After the hack i thought they would do some weird tricks, but lucky for us customers, nothing happend.

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February 07, 2016, 06:13:22 AM
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Some people are very aware of their privacy. They do not want other people to know their flow of the money.

Money service business are going to be asking questions if you raise a red flags according to their AML policies. This is true for some bitcoin exchanges as well as for banks.

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February 07, 2016, 08:12:36 AM
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Bitstamp is okay, they follows the regulation closely. This is the problem. Many people don't like this.
Besides, their fee is high.

My point exactly. If u did nothing wrong and your money comes from legit sources, what is the problem with following regulation closely? Why would we all want to have shady deals, ponzi pumpers and scammers in crypto. Again, I m not saying OP s one of these people, just do not see the problem. Send them what they ask for and they ll stop bothering you with this.

Some people are very aware of their privacy. They do not want other people to know their flow of the money.

I agree. 99% of these people re called drug dealers and criminals and they have a reason why they do not want other people to know their flow of money.

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February 07, 2016, 01:00:13 PM
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They are just being over cautious. They make things difficult even for the customer, but at least they have are prepared to protect your account from hackers.
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