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June 09, 2011, 02:51:08 AM
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Looking for 10 bitcoin, will pay $30 each.  This bitcoin market is really a mess looks like just a bunch of basement outfits running solo.  I have a verified ebay account with 1000+ feedbacks / 99.5% rating and verified paypal, both were established over a decade ago. We can do 1 bitcoin at a time and i send first using gift option via paypal.  Or if you are around NYC we can meet in person, basically bring your laptop to a starbuck i give you cash and you click the button to transfer the bitcoins.  PM me if anyone is selling.

This p2p currency is really a cool idea, but it desperately need a large firm to establish a legit market where buy/sell can take place.

EDIT: Hi guys sorry i cant reply to all the pm but I am no longer looking for bitcoins, got a few from members here and the rest from tradehill.  thanks all
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June 09, 2011, 02:58:14 AM
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Your frustration is shared by many.

People have cash in hand ready to purchase, yet the process is not as simple and timely as they would like. (Attention developers: this is called opportunity.)

I can hear them now:
"Yeah, I looked into bitcoin, and I wanted to buy, but it was such a hassle, so I gave up."

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June 09, 2011, 03:29:45 AM
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I'm new to this stuff but I do have one bitcoin for sale. Have heatware for references.
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June 09, 2011, 03:43:34 AM
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I too am looking to buy a few bitcoins at around $30. I see the price is around $25 - $28 as I post this.

Paypal directly, looking for 2. From what I can tell, the price has dropped slowly all day. D:
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June 09, 2011, 04:30:28 AM
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Paypal and credit cards are too easily reversed.  TradeHill looks like it will quickly take much marketshare away from MtGox.  It is very slick looking, relatively easy to understand, and has a buy bitcoins button right on it so you don't have to worry about Ask/Bid price etc.

http://www.tradehill.com

Use referral code TH-R1366 for lifetime discount on all transaction fees

You can deposit funds with a direct bank transfer, Dwolla, or Liberty reserve.  Of course if you can find somebody local to buy from cash is still king.

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June 09, 2011, 05:27:46 AM
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is tradehill legit? Anyone used it? The web definitely look a lot more cleaner than the other crap, but  I love how they do fund transfer from my bank account to some random person in wilmington de?  couldnt be bothered to even setup a LLC?

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After completing the form initiate a transfer through your bank either in person, online or over the phone to:

Name: Jered Kenna
Bank: ING DIRECT
Routing: 031176110
Account: 143949819

Address:ING DIRECT
1 South Orange Street
Wilmington, DE
19801
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June 09, 2011, 06:06:59 AM
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PM Sent..
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June 09, 2011, 06:12:28 AM
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is tradehill legit? Anyone used it? The web definitely look a lot more cleaner than the other crap, but  I love how they do fund transfer from my bank account to some random person in wilmington de?  couldnt be bothered to even setup a LLC?

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After completing the form initiate a transfer through your bank either in person, online or over the phone to:

Name: Jered Kenna
Bank: ING DIRECT
Routing: 031176110
Account: 143949819

Address:ING DIRECT
1 South Orange Street
Wilmington, DE
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I guess I'll find out soon enough.  Traded some BTC for USD on it.  Initiating withdraw to Dwolla.  I'll let you know.

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June 09, 2011, 07:01:32 AM
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yeah please let us know, i signed up and wired some money over directly from my bank, nothing big just to test it out.  Fyi used your code
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June 09, 2011, 07:10:42 AM
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Well, that was fast.

Requested withdraw on site, followed directions to request from dwolla website, received money 50 minutes later.  Not sure if they manually did it or what, but that beats the 4+ days on MtGox.

Edit: And I received a response to my email shortly afterwards.  Apparently they'd streamlined the process so you only need to type your Dwolla address in to receive the funds, not initiate a request through Dwolla.

I'm very excited by this as a direct competitor for MtGox.  Only having 1 viable option for Buy/Sell meant 1 head to the snake for those looking to shut this down to attack.

To OP.. Sorry for hijacking your thread.

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June 09, 2011, 12:04:12 PM
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What's wrong with MT Gox? It's cheap and it works, or so it seems to me!
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June 09, 2011, 10:46:47 PM
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What's wrong with MT Gox? It's cheap and it works, or so it seems to me!

Well, they recently had some delays with Dwolla withdraws (Dwolla's fault), and tradehill has lower fees.  Competition is good, it will lower transaction fees, increase features, and make markets actually compete for your business.

Why do you think EA sports basically releases a roster update every year for Madden football?  No competition.  They don't have to compete for your business, if you want to play video game football, you only have 1 choice.

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