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September 04, 2016, 11:04:06 PM
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I see no point selling bitcoins at an exorbitant price and waiting endlessly for some unlucky guy to catch the bait (if there is actually a bait). Why not sell 5% above market price, make a small profit and move on?
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September 05, 2016, 12:02:03 AM
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I see no point selling bitcoins at an exorbitant price and waiting endlessly for some unlucky guy to catch the bait (if there is actually a bait). Why not sell 5% above market price, make a small profit and move on?

Yeah, do you think that 10% above market price Is okey?
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September 05, 2016, 12:33:19 AM
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If you consider you will buy a btc for 600 and resell it for 660 dollars its instant profit and for sure even 5% rater would be amazing. This is insane why  would someone build a platafform where users can only buy bitcoin being 2x the real value of bitcoin, i call it stealing.
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September 05, 2016, 12:38:40 PM
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I see no point selling bitcoins at an exorbitant price and waiting endlessly for some unlucky guy to catch the bait (if there is actually a bait). Why not sell 5% above market price, make a small profit and move on?
of course there is no point to sell your bitcoins right now, in my opinion it is going to be growing only in the future and it will make me huge profit

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September 05, 2016, 12:48:29 PM
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I see no point selling bitcoins at an exorbitant price and waiting endlessly for some unlucky guy to catch the bait (if there is actually a bait). Why not sell 5% above market price, make a small profit and move on?
of course there is no point to sell your bitcoins right now, in my opinion it is going to be growing only in the future and it will make me huge profit

It depends upon the situation. It is still good to sell your bitcoin
To a higher marketprice now if someone will buy it. Bitcoin price is stable right now and the chance to inflate its price is on approx. end year season. So basically there still have long time to start holding bitcoins. Just saying
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September 08, 2016, 08:34:56 AM
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best is to hold it and sell it at higher when BTC price goes high, buying is always at lower level , because to make profit need to be bought at lower level and Sell at higher level , i believe now Bitcoin price not rising very much and stable kind of thing.

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September 08, 2016, 03:40:43 PM
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I see no point selling bitcoins at an exorbitant price and waiting endlessly for some unlucky guy to catch the bait (if there is actually a bait). Why not sell 5% above market price, make a small profit and move on?
there is no actual need to sell your bitcoins right now for sure, thats why im just holding it and i think that it can make me big money

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September 08, 2016, 03:55:10 PM
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Well they think their coins so much, I think everyone have a right to decide how much money they wish for their possession. I wonder is someone bought coins there, hm? Who knows, there is always people who fall on this tricks.
This is why its important to read as much as possible about some service before giving money. Not just for this, even when someone need to buy something, look around, maybe there is something cheaper and better, easier.

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September 19, 2016, 01:49:24 PM
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Yeah it is possible for you to sell your Bitcoin for more then double the price if the value is double the price then what you bought for.
So it is definitely possible for you to do so but it depends on what you have bought.
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September 19, 2016, 02:24:20 PM
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Yes it could be possible if you can find enough intrested buyers with mastercard and also you have to find a place where you can get bitcoin in market rate. But you may get competition in line who can sell in cheaper price than you, chargeback issues with creditcard payment may cause problem to you in future.

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September 19, 2016, 04:33:03 PM
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The other day I was on Paxful and saw several users buying Bitcoins at an enormous price.  For those that don't know, on Paxful you trade Bitcoins back and forth for various account deposits. 

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September 19, 2016, 05:36:54 PM
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The other day I was on Paxful and saw several users buying Bitcoins at an enormous price.  For those that don't know, on Paxful you trade Bitcoins back and forth for various account deposits. 

Selling your bitcoins will not make big profit in future. Sure price will reach for more value in future So instead of selling the bitcoins now you can hold and sell it later buddy. 
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September 20, 2016, 03:58:37 PM
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Lets take an  example, you deposit Bitcoins, contact a seller and they send money to your Serve account or other kinds of accounts.  The site itself does the escrow.  Most exchanges you will lose Bitcoins doing the exchange.  For $10 in Bitcoins, you might get $8 in Walmart gift cards.  These sellers were all new, all using Square Pay as payments and promising something like 350%. 

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September 20, 2016, 04:35:38 PM
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Well there are some scenarios in which people would be willing to bite on such and then do some trading.  I've seen those market listings before and it seems that it's there for a reason and because some people really takes those prices. However on a layman's perspective, it might sound and seem absurd (for once I thought it was, only to know that it was a tactic lel) but the thing is there would always be one that would take it because he can or by mistake.

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September 20, 2016, 04:53:44 PM
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Okey guys, so I wanted to buy some bitcoins (0.01 to be precise XD) with my MasterCard and I ended up in a weird place!

Look at the price per Bitcoin :



So this Is a huge opportunity for income right? can I do this too? How IS IT EVEN POSSIBLE? :O

Well anyone has the right to sell his bitcoins with his own price but double the price is just too much. I don't even think someone will buy from him because there are also other sites out there who were willing to sell bitcoin and not that much high. If he can sell then lucky for him but there are other sites out there offering lower amount and even some for the current market price.


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September 20, 2016, 04:55:33 PM
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The other day I was on Paxful and saw several users buying Bitcoins at an enormous price.  For those that don't know, on Paxful you trade Bitcoins back and forth for various account deposits.  

Selling your bitcoins will not make big profit in future. Sure price will reach for more value in future So instead of selling the bitcoins now you can hold and sell it later buddy.  

first you say that selling your bitcoin will not make big profit in the future, then you say to hold because in the future you will make a better profit? lol which is correct? you are contraddicting yourself, if bitcoin rise it's definitely advisable to hold
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The other day I was on Paxful and saw several users buying Bitcoins at an enormous price.  For those that don't know, on Paxful you trade Bitcoins back and forth for various account deposits. 

Selling your bitcoins will not make big profit in future. Sure price will reach for more value in future So instead of selling the bitcoins now you can hold and sell it later buddy. 

first you say that selling your bitcoi will not make big profit in the future, then you say to hold because in the future you will make a better profit? lol which is correct? you are contraddicting yourself, if bitcoin rise it's definitely advisable to hold

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September 21, 2016, 03:31:06 PM
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The other day I was on Paxful and saw several users buying Bitcoins at an enormous price.  For those that don't know, on Paxful you trade Bitcoins back and forth for various account deposits. 


I plugged in $10 and they would have deposited $150-300 in a Square Pay account.  Paxful covers the initial transaction, they do not get the Bitcoins until you tell Paxful that you got the Square Pay deposit, but I am sure that the funds would have been disputed hours later.  If I had an instant Square Pay to bank option, I might have done it, lol. 

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September 22, 2016, 03:44:14 PM
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The other day I was on Paxful and saw several users buying Bitcoins at an enormous price.  For those that don't know, on Paxful you trade Bitcoins back and forth for various account deposits. 


I plugged in $10 and they would have deposited $150-300 in a Square Pay account.  Paxful covers the initial transaction, they do not get the Bitcoins until you tell Paxful that you got the Square Pay deposit, but I am sure that the funds would have been disputed hours later.  If I had an instant Square Pay to bank option, I might have done it, lol. 

Other than that, I have seen Bitcoins go for crazy amounts on eBay.  I have looked in some time, but when the price for BTC was $250 I saw people paying $350-400 for a single Bitcoin on eBay. 

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September 22, 2016, 03:45:05 PM
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The other day I was on Paxful and saw several users buying Bitcoins at an enormous price.  For those that don't know, on Paxful you trade Bitcoins back and forth for various account deposits. 


I plugged in $10 and they would have deposited $150-300 in a Square Pay account.  Paxful covers the initial transaction, they do not get the Bitcoins until you tell Paxful that you got the Square Pay deposit, but I am sure that the funds would have been disputed hours later.  If I had an instant Square Pay to bank option, I might have done it, lol. 

Other than that, I have seen Bitcoins go for crazy amounts on eBay.  I have looked in some time, but when the price for BTC was $250 I saw people paying $350-400 for a single Bitcoin on eBay. 

Those guys were new and had no idea what price was good, but it happened over and over. 

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