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May 13, 2016, 09:08:25 PM
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http://btcpk.net

Buy , Trade and Sell BTC in Pakistan.

* Deal and work only in pakistani Rupee.  Smiley
* agents available in 13 Pakistani cities.  Smiley
* more than 16,00 trade references in Pakistan available.   Smiley
* State Bank of Pakistan limit buy 10,000 USD and selling limit of 3500 USD in one transaction. (KYC limitation)  Wink

24/7 Services available for Pakistani customers and consumers.  Smiley

http://btcpk.net

https://btcpk.net/exchanger/    -- > Auto Exchanger
https://btcpk.net/crm/    -- > BTCPK Customer Portal
https://classified.btcpk.net   ----> User Ads and Market (Free ads by local users covering 380 + cities of Pakistan)

Also available exclusive services for Pakistan- Alt Coin Development and ICO Token management

for more info :

email : info@btcpk.net
address : Islamabad, Pakistan


https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.btcpk.cryptowatch   --- > Android App




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** Please use thread only to post feed back and service reviews.  Smiley


 

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May 14, 2016, 02:00:24 PM
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Looks like you are the only exchanger in pk, i have not seen other operating there. But did you get approved to operate by your pakistan government? I am also thinking of opening similar service here in Nepal but i don't know what are the legal procedure to start. What you have done to open, if you have time please pm me some details.

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May 14, 2016, 05:13:17 PM
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it's good now pakistan has have exchanger, i hope this will help bitcoin to growing big and get more user use bitcoin in pakistan.

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May 21, 2016, 10:47:13 AM
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Actually there are lots of exchangers in Pakistan you can check localbitcoins.com
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May 21, 2016, 04:03:32 PM
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Looks like you are the only exchanger in pk, i have not seen other operating there. But did you get approved to operate by your pakistan government? I am also thinking of opening similar service here in Nepal but i don't know what are the legal procedure to start. What you have done to open, if you have time please pm me some details.

This is not only exchange service in Pakistan. there are lots of people offering exchange for Pakistan. and lots of exchanging websites available also..
But I heard that Bitcoin isn't legal in Pakistan. I don't know how they run such type of websites there.

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May 23, 2016, 05:26:11 AM
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Looks like you are the only exchanger in pk, i have not seen other operating there. But did you get approved to operate by your pakistan government? I am also thinking of opening similar service here in Nepal but i don't know what are the legal procedure to start. What you have done to open, if you have time please pm me some details.

This is not only exchange service in Pakistan. there are lots of people offering exchange for Pakistan. and lots of exchanging websites available also..
But I heard that Bitcoin isn't legal in Pakistan. I don't know how they run such type of websites there.

I am not sure where you heard that. Right now there are no regulations in Pakistan on bitcoin. Also by law if there is no law in Pakistan the law will be implemented which exists in India, since India currently has no laws its a wait and see game.

http://pk.newsbtc.com/legality-with-a-twist-pakistan-bitcoin/

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May 23, 2016, 06:53:13 PM
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Looks like you are the only exchanger in pk, i have not seen other operating there. But did you get approved to operate by your pakistan government? I am also thinking of opening similar service here in Nepal but i don't know what are the legal procedure to start. What you have done to open, if you have time please pm me some details.

This is not only exchange service in Pakistan. there are lots of people offering exchange for Pakistan. and lots of exchanging websites available also..
But I heard that Bitcoin isn't legal in Pakistan. I don't know how they run such type of websites there.

I am not sure where you heard that. Right now there are no regulations in Pakistan on bitcoin. Also by law if there is no law in Pakistan the law will be implemented which exists in India, since India currently has no laws its a wait and see game.

http://pk.newsbtc.com/legality-with-a-twist-pakistan-bitcoin/


Thanks for the link and i think Nepal also don't have made any law for bitcoin but i am only confused by foreign currency law here in Nepal. There is strict law about converting Neplease ruppees to usd that will be restriction to operate bitcoin exchange here in Nepal. Still in deli ma and i am talking with some lawyers about this they are also confused.

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May 24, 2016, 04:53:48 AM
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Looks like you are the only exchanger in pk, i have not seen other operating there. But did you get approved to operate by your pakistan government? I am also thinking of opening similar service here in Nepal but i don't know what are the legal procedure to start. What you have done to open, if you have time please pm me some details.

This is not only exchange service in Pakistan. there are lots of people offering exchange for Pakistan. and lots of exchanging websites available also..
But I heard that Bitcoin isn't legal in Pakistan. I don't know how they run such type of websites there.

I am not sure where you heard that. Right now there are no regulations in Pakistan on bitcoin. Also by law if there is no law in Pakistan the law will be implemented which exists in India, since India currently has no laws its a wait and see game.

http://pk.newsbtc.com/legality-with-a-twist-pakistan-bitcoin/


Thanks for the link and i think Nepal also don't have made any law for bitcoin but i am only confused by foreign currency law here in Nepal. There is strict law about converting Neplease ruppees to usd that will be restriction to operate bitcoin exchange here in Nepal. Still in deli ma and i am talking with some lawyers about this they are also confused.

Let me explain a few things to you. You must really understand bitcoin to understand what law you fall under.
1. Bitcoin is a software.
2. Btc does not move. The ownership of bitcoin changes and is recorded in blockchain which is the public ledger.
3. Nepal government needs to make a decision first if bitcoin is currency(if so is ms windows also currency?), Software, digital asset, protocol or commodity before you fall into any category. 
These 3 points are very important to understand. And explain properly to any lawyer/government. As such they can pretty much be challenged in any court. You can read http://www.bitinfo.today I have lots of details covered there also its my personal blog and I tend to write what I think about bitcoin smart contracts etc.... Mostly its current blogs are based keeping Pakistan in view but there are many other things that you might learn from. I am no expert in the field but I tend to mostly cover what I think needs to be covered.
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May 27, 2016, 02:24:03 AM
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Hello,

Like DMZ mentioned it is still a grey market to deal with bitcoins in Pakistan but it is not illegal to deal with them.
Also DMZ has been covering bitcoin for a while and also runs his own exchange so he is very familiar with the regulations.

Way to hijack the poor guys thread. Lol, we should be having this discussion in the Pakistan thread.

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May 27, 2016, 07:28:04 AM
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He started asking questions here. I agree lets move this to Pakistan thread.
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February 16, 2018, 01:52:54 PM
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Service Updates -

* Litecoin (LTC) / Ripple (XRP ) Added - gives more options to Pakistani punters
* Moved Our Offline Wallets and Cold Servers to Separate Location / Signed Contract with Biggest Cyber Security Firm of Pakistan for Cyber security services (so no funny business going on in Background Smiley )
* Complete ID verification / Support System Integrated - Made system more complaint with AML and KYC Policies of SBP.
* BTCPK Crypto Currency Tracker- Android Mobile App published on Google Play Store
* Real time Chat / WatsApp facility added
* Opening times 10 a.m - 9 p.m (Customer Support)

** Portfolio Service Available for Verified Customers - (Monthly Maintenance fees of 3 %)


BTCPK.NET - Biggest ad Oldest Crypto Exchange In Pakistan-


p.s 4 Yrs of Trade and Not a single Outstanding Claim Wink. Now Ain't that something for our Competitors.
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