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April 12, 2013, 12:46:17 PM
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Ok seems like all the funding options are some local russian ones.
Even webmoney is now removed as an option.
Everything else there i haven't even heard.
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April 12, 2013, 12:47:16 PM
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BTC-e is made by russians who will steal your coins

They already stole mine! Deleted my account with 21 LTC in it. Ignores all my emails. Thank god i had nothing else

I'm back.
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April 12, 2013, 02:23:16 PM
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god fucking dammmit. This is not me. I have been hacked, any activity that has been logged in the past 8 hoursis a hacker. they asked multiple members for 10+ btc loans because funds were "tied up" in gox. I never have or will use gox.

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April 12, 2013, 03:32:30 PM
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so they are no scammers? Smiley
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April 12, 2013, 05:26:32 PM
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NOT THAT I KNOW OF

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April 13, 2013, 09:22:21 AM
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The only option left seems to be OKPay- can you use that one?
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April 13, 2013, 02:36:16 PM
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http://liliontransfer.org/ you can buy BTC-E vouchers and OKpay for wires and a bunch of other methods including local bank deposit

http://www.ecurrencyzone.net/ can buy BTC-E vouchers (or Okpay) with bank wire / Cash deposit in India, Singapore, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Nepal, Australia / Moneygram / Western Union / Technocash

They pay out in cash too in those countries

Can also load it with perfect money using Interkassa. Perfect Money is a shady, Russian liberty reserve clone. You can buy PM at any exchanger or send wires to your own account. https://perfectmoney.com/business-partners.html
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April 13, 2013, 03:34:44 PM
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You can create a QIWI wallet and deposit your BTC-E account using it.

QIWI is a Russian payment system, but they have English interface. You can deposit yout BTC-E account using the following steps:

1. Create new QIWI wallet here: https://qiwi.com/ or https://visa.qiwi.com/
2. Add your credit/debit card to the QIWI wallet
3. Transfer money from your card to your QIWI wallet. Money will be automatically converted to rubles (RUR/RUB).
4. Deposit your BTC-E account with rubles.
5. Buy Bitcoins or dollars using BTC-E exchange.
6. PROFIT!

You can withdraw your money from BTC-E to QIWI also.
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April 13, 2013, 03:39:05 PM
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You can create a QIWI wallet and deposit your BTC-E account using it.

QIWI is a Russian payment system, but they have English interface. You can deposit yout BTC-E account using the following steps:

1. Create new QIWI wallet here: https://www.qiwi.com/
2. Add your credit/debit card to the qiwi wallet
3. Transfer money from your card to your QIWI wallet. Money will be automatically converted to rubles (RUR/RUB).
4. Deposit your BTC-E account with rubles.
5. Buy Bitcoins or dollars using BTC-E exchange.
6. PROFIT!

You can withdraw your money from BTC-E to QIWI also.

That is very handy to know. Although the site is down for me. Is this a usual occurrence?
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April 13, 2013, 03:48:33 PM
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Although the site is down for me. Is this a usual occurrence?


Sorry, try this: https://visa.qiwi.com/ or https://qiwi.com/ without WWW.

They are just preparing their website to serve western users, so they may have small issues like this, but the QIWI payment system is operate very good for me.
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April 13, 2013, 10:25:05 PM
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Although the site is down for me. Is this a usual occurrence?


Sorry, try this: https://visa.qiwi.com/ or https://qiwi.com/ without WWW.

They are just preparing their website to serve western users, so they may have small issues like this, but the QIWI payment system is operate very good for me.

What is the total amount of fees from Credit Card > Qiwi > BTC-E?
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April 13, 2013, 10:44:33 PM
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http://liliontransfer.org/ you can buy BTC-E vouchers and OKpay for wires and a bunch of other methods including local bank deposit


Could you please help me out with liliontransfer ? When I select BTC-e USD, do I input my email and get my code sent there ?

also, looks like registration is messed up...

I assume that's what happens, their site (lilion transfer) is a total abortion I have no idea why they made it so complicated. Should also click 'delays' to see if you can buy instantly, sometimes btc-e is sold out.

There's also the good ol' Okpay account to fund with money transfer through contact-sys/moneypolo or your own bank wire

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April 13, 2013, 10:47:44 PM
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Although the site is down for me. Is this a usual occurrence?


Sorry, try this: https://visa.qiwi.com/ or https://qiwi.com/ without WWW.

They are just preparing their website to serve western users, so they may have small issues like this, but the QIWI payment system is operate very good for me.

What is the total amount of fees from Credit Card > Qiwi > BTC-E?

Too much. They also don't accept online credit cards, they accept credit cards from certain terminals in Eastern Europe
You could try bank card, dunno if it works with N. American networks https://visa.qiwi.com/card/replenish.action?paymentModeType=CARD but keep in mind giant Interkassa fees.
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April 13, 2013, 11:08:44 PM
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What is the total amount of fees from Credit Card > Qiwi > BTC-E?

1. Credit card to QIWI: payment transaction fee: from 0% up to 0.75% depending on the service provider;
2. QIWI to BTC-E: 2%.

Please notice that you will need to change RUR to USD or RUR to BTC in the BTC-E exchange. But the USD/RUR price in BTC-E is higher than the real USD/RUR price. Also, the BTC/RUR price is higher than the BTC/USD price.

For example, the current price of USD by the Russian Central Bank is 30.93 RUR. And the current price of USD in BTC-E is 35.27 RUR.  
When you add money to QIWI from your credit card, money will be converted from USD to RUR by the Russian Central Bank price. And when you exchange rubles to USD in BTC-E, you will buy USD by the BTC-E pricing.

Another example for buying BTC for rubles. The current BTC/USD price is 97.9 USD. But the current BTC/RUR price is 3489 RUR.
3489 rubles is 112.8 USD by the Central Bank price. So, to buy 1 BTC you actually need to pay 112.8 USD + 2.75% fees for depositing your BTC-E account.
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