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June 11, 2011, 09:04:00 AM
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I am trying to not have to worry about the delay in Mt. Gox's SEPA transfer, and perhaps Liberty Reserve purchase through another exchange may be easier (Nanaimo?)

But I just can't figure out how to use Liberty Reserve Exchanges... actually, I just don't know which exchange to TRUST

Huge difficulty in sifting through all the options.

which LR exchange do you use?  How do you verify their "trustability"?

I would like to try depositing some CAD or USD or EURO

Which is best for each?  Anyone have any experience?

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June 11, 2011, 09:10:32 AM
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Thank you!  Someone  please help with this question!  Grin id like to know as well.
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June 11, 2011, 09:22:25 AM
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Thank you!  Someone  please help with this question!  Grin id like to know as well.

Wow, what a 'RUSH' to get a 'thank you' !!!  It is honestly a nice feeling: So THANK YOU!

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Yeah, I am new here, and these are my first post on a forum/blog ANYWHERE.

This kinda makes me understand Salman Khan of the KhanAcademy.org  (see his videos, and presentations)  Awesome!

...so, thanks again... and I hope someone answers us  Wink
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June 11, 2011, 09:37:57 AM
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I am trying to not have to worry about the delay in Mt. Gox's SEPA transfer, and perhaps Liberty Reserve purchase through another exchange may be easier

Use LIberty Reserve through an exchange as the last resort.  If you have a method of getting funds to an bitcoin exchange without having to route it through LIberty Reserve, the end result will likely be less expensive.

I would like to try depositing some CAD or USD or EURO

Generally, an individual generally only has one of those.  For instance, if you life in the U.S., you generally aren't interested in depositing some EUR.

  Take a look here, and if you still have questions, feel free to ask.
  - http://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Buying_bitcoins

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I am trying to not have to worry about the delay in Mt. Gox's SEPA transfer, and perhaps Liberty Reserve purchase through another exchange may be easier

Use LIberty Reserve through an exchange as the last resort.  If you have a method of getting funds to an bitcoin exchange without having to route it through LIberty Reserve, the end result will likely be less expensive.

I would like to try depositing some CAD or USD or EURO

Generally, an individual generally only has one of those.  For instance, if you life in the U.S., you generally aren't interested in depositing some EUR.

  Take a look here, and if you still have questions, feel free to ask.
  - http://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Buying_bitcoins

Thanks, but still some experience and suggestions for Liberty Reserve would be nice to see.
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