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January 24, 2013, 03:40:38 PM
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Where can I buy bitcoins using paypall? Sick of having to deposit thru the bank, cheers!
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January 24, 2013, 05:27:18 PM
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January 24, 2013, 05:31:18 PM
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There is a long winded way that goes via 2nd Life Linden Dollars via virwox. However you will end up paying anywhere between 10-20% of your "real" value in fees etc. Also, you can only buy "whole" numbers of bitcoins, so you will end up with some change that is basically worthless.

I'm putting together a "how do you buy X with Y" website here : http://bcfxer.appspot.com/ which will poll the APIs of the "known good" markets for their current bid /offer, compare that to the current mt gox bid /offer , subtract fees etc and (will eventually) give you the best (ie most optimal in terms of least money lost) route to bitcoins (or whatever else you wanted).

I'm adding to it all the time so please comment upon innaccuracies. The priority for me at the moment is to enhance it to allow users to edit/ update/ comment upon the options, nodes, routes, graphs, fees, paths etc etc etc.
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