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January 29, 2017, 07:18:32 PM
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Look for stores that accept Bitcoin payments. If you are interested in tech stuff, there should be many options for you that you can find. I am looking forward to some new shops around me that accept BTC too. Smiley
It is a possibility. There is also the possibility of buying games with it, since last year the Steam Gaming Platform has been allowing users to buy games using Bitcoin. I think it's also worth checking if there are websites offering discounts to people using it.
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January 29, 2017, 07:27:24 PM
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Why dont you just keep your bitcoins and even try to earn some more,rhe price of btc will just rise a few fold in 2-3 years.

As he said in the first post - he wants to buy a gaming pc and he has some btc amount which he wants to spend right now.. waiting 2-3 years isn't the best solution of his problem.  Wink Cheesy
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January 29, 2017, 07:53:19 PM
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From what I read, you are a very young boy with enough talent to gain a good amount of bitcoin in a very short time, which many older people have not been able to do. So I would invite you to delve deeper  into this interesting ecosystem to learn how to manage your economy and projects solely and exclusively based on bitcoins. That is perfectly possible these days, therefore I do not see the need for you to exchange your bitcoins for fiat money.

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January 29, 2017, 08:13:04 PM
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You can buy something that people here wants and available to buy with bitcoins, and then offer it here in the auctions forum for USD.
That way you'll convert your bitcoins to dollars.
Or maybe you can do a revert auction: declare what you want to buy and ask for price suggestions.
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January 29, 2017, 08:19:20 PM
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Why dont you just keep your bitcoins and even try to earn some more,rhe price of btc will just rise a few fold in 2-3 years.

As he said in the first post - he wants to buy a gaming pc and he has some btc amount which he wants to spend right now.. waiting 2-3 years isn't the best solution of his problem.  Wink Cheesy
You are right he need right now some bucks for his gaming pc he can use identification from his family members for buying from any reputable sites as few members already suggest in above posts without any problem

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January 29, 2017, 08:21:55 PM
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You can always sell your bitcoin to any reputed seller here on forum also and you don't need to produce your identification documents but you would need bank account or any other way to get paid.You can also ask the buyer to buy anything for you that you want to buy but couldn't because you cant buy it with bitcoin.
Do not forget to use escrow for any deal here.

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January 29, 2017, 08:50:25 PM
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My friend introduced me to btc and I got a little bit of it to bet on some csgo matches. It was fun, but now I want to build my first gaming pc so I was looking for ways to sell my bitcoin.

However, sadly most sites required me to be either above 18 or wanted official government identification which I don't have.

So I was wondering, if you can buy something like amazon gift codes with bitcoin? I have enough for a nice quality power supply and it would be fun to spend it on amazon.

I see two optional ways to spend your bitcoins, one of them is to get a virtual bitcoin debit card (which can be obtained for free) and load it with bitcoin and exchange them to fiat where you can use this to purchase online and buy your gaming PC stuff, the second way is to create a thread here and ask if anyone is selling that stuff for bitcoin.


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January 29, 2017, 08:56:50 PM
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Yes Purse is good, I never used Paxful but this site seems popular too
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January 29, 2017, 08:58:26 PM
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when posts are telling the guy he can hand it to users in this forum..

.. it should dawn on people..

.. either most people dont know of many real merchants that accept bitcoin, or they themselves have not thought about bitcoin beyond this forum.
which goes to show bitcoin is not ready to go mainstream

bitcoin really needs to be at a point where people dont need to ask "where can i spend it" or have issues with conversion

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January 29, 2017, 09:06:14 PM
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Do you have a bank account?  if you do then local bitcoins might be the best way, or even better find someone you know and see if they want to buy it.
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January 29, 2017, 09:17:28 PM
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when posts are telling the guy he can hand it to users in this forum..

.. it should dawn on people..

.. either most people dont know of many real merchants that accept bitcoin, or they themselves have not thought about bitcoin beyond this forum.
which goes to show bitcoin is not ready to go mainstream

bitcoin really needs to be at a point where people dont need to ask "where can i spend it" or have issues with conversion
Honestly speaking, selling or buying bitcoin here is the last place i would think about. There are lot of other ways to sell it. Depending on how you want your money: bank transfer, debt card, Paypal, Gift cards, there are a lot of choices Nowaday you just need a few clicks to get the money in your bank account in 24-48 h... Why waste time deal with unknow people, check his profile, escrow, bla bla bla... It's not difficult as well to use with any merchant, just get a bitcoin debt card and use it, rare are the shop not accepting Visa/Mastercard

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January 29, 2017, 09:32:28 PM
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when posts are telling the guy he can hand it to users in this forum..

.. it should dawn on people..

.. either most people dont know of many real merchants that accept bitcoin, or they themselves have not thought about bitcoin beyond this forum.
which goes to show bitcoin is not ready to go mainstream

bitcoin really needs to be at a point where people dont need to ask "where can i spend it" or have issues with conversion
Indeed.  But this guy sounds like a complete newbie to bitcoin and he only has it incidentally.  I'd suggest trying to exchange it on this forum with a trusted member who does PayPal and those sort of exchanges.  There's always a risk of chargeback, but it can be done. 

But you can buy gaming equipment somehow with bitcoin, can't you?  Even from Korea??


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January 29, 2017, 09:33:36 PM
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when posts are telling the guy he can hand it to users in this forum..

.. it should dawn on people..

.. either most people dont know of many real merchants that accept bitcoin, or they themselves have not thought about bitcoin beyond this forum.
which goes to show bitcoin is not ready to go mainstream

bitcoin really needs to be at a point where people dont need to ask "where can i spend it" or have issues with conversion
Honestly speaking, selling or buying bitcoin here is the last place i would think about. There are lot of other ways to sell it. Depending on how you want your money: bank transfer, debt card, Paypal, Gift cards, there are a lot of choices Nowaday you just need a few clicks to get the money in your bank account in 24-48 h... Why waste time deal with unknow people, check his profile, escrow, bla bla bla... It's not difficult as well to use with any merchant, just get a bitcoin debt card and use it, rare are the shop not accepting Visa/Mastercard

im just saying bitcoin needs PEOPLE to push their local merchants for bitcoin acceptance
im just saying PEOPLE need to be more informed about what is available in their local area.
im just saying PEOPLE need to not require this forum as the central point. but instead know where locally they can get the information, tools, services and help they need.

bitcoin needs to expand its diversity in information, utility and accessability.

if peoples only answers are to go to this forum or use a debit card. then bitcoin is not really reaching its full potential, its instead locking its potential down into something that can turn out to be as useful as facebook credits. (not good).

everyone should be pushing to get bitcoin more open and more diverse

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January 29, 2017, 09:35:02 PM
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You need just ask a adult to help you out with this one.

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January 29, 2017, 09:39:22 PM
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You can actually buy services and goods with your Bitcoin, and you can get up to a 30% price decrease if you use services like Purse to purchase goods on Amazon. There are actually many things that can be bought with BTC these days.

On another note, to increase the amount of Bitcoin you have access to, you can trade things or services for Bitcoin. That's how I made my first stash. I have a background in Mac and Web development and developed Mac wallet versions that are compatible with older and newer Mac OS X systems for various altcoins.

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January 29, 2017, 09:49:54 PM
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Why dont you just keep your bitcoins and even try to earn some more,rhe price of btc will just rise a few fold in 2-3 years.

As he said in the first post - he wants to buy a gaming pc and he has some btc amount which he wants to spend right now.. waiting 2-3 years isn't the best solution of his problem.  Wink Cheesy
You are right he need right now some bucks for his gaming pc he can use identification from his family members for buying from any reputable sites as few members already suggest in above posts without any problem

This guy doesn't have many options. He said he doesn't even have an ID card, so I suppose he also doesn't have a bank accound or debit card, which means he doesn't have PayPal account, so changing bitcoins to PayPal from the people on this forum isn't the solution.
And as franky1 said, generaly changing bitcoin to fiat isn't any solution at all.

@ to the OP
If you want to buy some electronics online, you can try those sites:
http://koreanbuddy.com/category/gmarket-korea/
https://www.newegg.com/

Both of them should send to Korea. Wink

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January 29, 2017, 10:42:24 PM
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My friend introduced me to btc and I got a little bit of it to bet on some csgo matches. It was fun, but now I want to build my first gaming pc so I was looking for ways to sell my bitcoin.

However, sadly most sites required me to be either above 18 or wanted official government identification which I don't have.

So I was wondering, if you can buy something like amazon gift codes with bitcoin? I have enough for a nice quality power supply and it would be fun to spend it on amazon.
I think there is no problem, you can transfer your bitcoin to anyone you trust that have a credit card which he can withdraw your money with ATM and sends you money.
By the way, you can find some service here in this section of BT forums: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=93.0
Which you can find some offers of amazon gift codes with bitcoin. or simply you can create a topic.
Good luck.

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January 29, 2017, 10:51:06 PM
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when posts are telling the guy he can hand it to users in this forum..

.. it should dawn on people..

.. either most people dont know of many real merchants that accept bitcoin, or they themselves have not thought about bitcoin beyond this forum.
which goes to show bitcoin is not ready to go mainstream

bitcoin really needs to be at a point where people dont need to ask "where can i spend it" or have issues with conversion
Honestly speaking, selling or buying bitcoin here is the last place i would think about. There are lot of other ways to sell it. Depending on how you want your money: bank transfer, debt card, Paypal, Gift cards, there are a lot of choices Nowaday you just need a few clicks to get the money in your bank account in 24-48 h... Why waste time deal with unknow people, check his profile, escrow, bla bla bla... It's not difficult as well to use with any merchant, just get a bitcoin debt card and use it, rare are the shop not accepting Visa/Mastercard

im just saying bitcoin needs PEOPLE to push their local merchants for bitcoin acceptance
im just saying PEOPLE need to be more informed about what is available in their local area.
im just saying PEOPLE need to not require this forum as the central point. but instead know where locally they can get the information, tools, services and help they need.

bitcoin needs to expand its diversity in information, utility and accessability.

if peoples only answers are to go to this forum or use a debit card. then bitcoin is not really reaching its full potential, its instead locking its potential down into something that can turn out to be as useful as facebook credits. (not good).

everyone should be pushing to get bitcoin more open and more diverse

Ok i misunderstood your previous post then.

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January 29, 2017, 11:12:30 PM
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you can redeem bitcoin to cash through localbitcoin, and you can also look for people who make services purchases of goods at amazon through bitcoin(This has the risk of scam)

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January 29, 2017, 11:35:33 PM
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My friend introduced me to btc and I got a little bit of it to bet on some csgo matches. It was fun, but now I want to build my first gaming pc so I was looking for ways to sell my bitcoin.

However, sadly most sites required me to be either above 18 or wanted official government identification which I don't have.

So I was wondering, if you can buy something like amazon gift codes with bitcoin? I have enough for a nice quality power supply and it would be fun to spend it on amazon.
Where are your from Op? We can't give you any real advice if we have no idea where are you from, there are big internet shops located in the US like Overstock, Newegg, Dell and in the UK: Aria.
You can use plenty of 'less' official sites to buy stuff from - Shopawl.com - they can get you anything from banggood or aliexpress. You can get Amazon gift cards from gyft.com... and so on...
With Bitcons you will be able to build any PC you would like without even need of exchanging BTC to 'money'. Just google for bitcoin accepting shops in your region.


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