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April 08, 2019, 12:13:57 PM

How much would it cost to move such amount of money with traditional banking system?

Where I live - $0.

I don't understand why this particular meme gives people erections.
Bull fucking shit, when you transfer large amounts especially internationally they start going off a percentage.

No one is handling 30,000,000 for free.

I never did a 30,000,000 transfer , but i can guarantee it is not free.
For sure a money transfer outside the banking zone (EU/US for example) is not free, for sure. Not to mention more exotic destinations.
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April 08, 2019, 12:17:08 PM

Bull fucking shit, when you transfer large amounts especially internationally they start going off a percentage.

No one is handling 30,000,000 for free.

Internationally yes. Nationally, possibly no. Worst case where I'm at you have to revert to an older system for large sums which is about $35. But for those amounts internationally you're going to be able to negotiate rates, not get hit with the dunderhead retail rate.
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What Bitcoin builders are working on:
- CoinJoin
- Lightning Network
- Full validating node tools
- Tor integration
- Communication alternatives to internet
- Security hardware
- User experience/interfaces
- Standardization/compatibility
- cryptography enhancements in protocol

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- preparing for subsidy halvings
- backwards compatibility
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April 08, 2019, 12:21:07 PM

TOP 5 COUNTRIES WHERE GOOGLE SEARCHES FOR BITCOIN JUST TRIPLED

https://bitcoinist.com/top-5-countries-where-google-searches-for-bitcoin-just-tripled/

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Venezuela, Turkey, Kenya, and Nigeria have all started to become aware of ways to shield their wealth from devaluation by buying Bitcoin.
It may be volatile, but even a drop of over 80 percent in a year is nothing compared to Venezuela’s 95 percent in 24 hours or Nigeria’s unpredictable sudden drops.

2. Netherlands
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There are countless events and meetups scheduled about blockchain for developers, investors, and the general public alike.
Brock Pierce was all over the news for buying a $1.2 million mansion in Amsterdam in bitcoin.

3. South Africa
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the Crypto Assets Group formed by the SARB aims to implement stricter KYC/AML requirements this month, perhaps its citizens are also searching to find out the fate of bitcoin in their land.

4. Austria
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With the Austria Blockchain Summit in full swing last week attracting speakers, investors, and delegates from around the world, the conference put Vienna on the map.

5. Switzerland
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There are Bitcoin ATMs in this tiny land, Zurich’s luxury hotel the Dolder Grand just announced that it will take Bitcoin payments and, of course, Switzerland is home to the famous Crypto valley.
Switzerland’s own ‘Amazon’ Digitec-Galaxus also began accepting Bitcoin for payments last month.
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April 08, 2019, 12:21:43 PM

Bull fucking shit, when you transfer large amounts especially internationally they start going off a percentage.

No one is handling 30,000,000 for free.

Internationally yes. Nationally, no. But you might live in a third world country like the USA. But for those amounts internationally you're going to be able to negotiate rates, not get hit with the dunderhead retail rate.

Yes, I was thinking about an international money transfer.
National (i.e. within banking union like SEPA) money transfer are free.
Remeber anyway just holding USD 30,000,000 in a bank is going to cost you massive amounts of money.
In some country this charge would be explicit (Switzerland charges you money to keep it in banks over a certain amount).
In some other country it would be hidden in some other costs ( taxes, hidden charges, etc.)
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April 08, 2019, 12:28:18 PM

Never gonna fucking happen.
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April 08, 2019, 12:29:25 PM
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Buy Bitcoin

It’s the only protest you’ll ever need to take part in.

It’s also the most disruptive and effective protest you’ll ever take part in too.

Real change starts with real money.

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April 08, 2019, 12:32:24 PM

BITCOIN PRICE SURGE SEES VENEZUELA HIT RECORD LOCALBITCOINS HIGHS

https://bitcoinist.com/bitcoin-price-surge-sees-venezuela-hit-record-localbitcoins-highs/

"Data from monitoring resource Coin Dance, which tracks volumes on P2P Bitcoin exchanges Localbitcoins, Paxful and Bisq, confirmed South America in particular saw huge amounts of fiat currency change hands during the seven days ending April 6.

Having steadily increased over the past year, volumes for Localbitcoins in Venezuela led the way last week. In total, 26.4 billion sovereign bolivars (VES) went through the platform.
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Economic woes are not confined to Venezuela, with Argentina and Colombia likewise seeing increased Bitcoin interest as its own difficulties persist.

Last week, just after investor and Bitcoin bull Tim Draper met the country’s president and even made a Bitcoin bet with him, ordinary Argentinians put more pesos through Localbitcoins than ever before – in total, 10.7 million ARS ($243,000).
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A more unexpected result came in from across the world in Kazakhstan meanwhile, where Localbitcoins had its most successful week ever. In total through April 6, users just beat the all-time record in Tenge (KZT), with 38.8 million ($102,000) being exchanged."
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April 08, 2019, 12:44:31 PM

Yes, I was thinking about an international money transfer.
National (i.e. within banking union like SEPA) money transfer are free.
Remeber anyway just holding USD 30,000,000 in a bank is going to cost you massive amounts of money.
In some country this charge would be explicit (Switzerland charges you money to keep it in banks over a certain amount).
In some other country it would be hidden in some other costs ( taxes, hidden charges, etc.)

Time is what people should focus on. I've heard of international transfers taking 10 days or more to more obscure parts of the world. In this day and age that's positively medieval.
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April 08, 2019, 01:00:51 PM

Gee, thanks WO, only 30 more pages to catch up.
I've been very busy lately, and BTC is looking good. Grin
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April 08, 2019, 01:01:42 PM

Yes, I was thinking about an international money transfer.
National (i.e. within banking union like SEPA) money transfer are free.
Remeber anyway just holding USD 30,000,000 in a bank is going to cost you massive amounts of money.
In some country this charge would be explicit (Switzerland charges you money to keep it in banks over a certain amount).
In some other country it would be hidden in some other costs ( taxes, hidden charges, etc.)

Time is what people should focus on. I've heard of international transfers taking 10 days or more to more obscure parts of the world. In this day and age that's positively medieval.
Time IS money.
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April 08, 2019, 01:17:49 PM

Tether gone nuts... So many USDT printings in the last 30 minutes. Expecting a move soon!

https://twitter.com/BtcBlockBot/status/1115194884699324416



Why am I up at this ungodly hour ? Back to sleep with me.

I have been in bitcoin since a fair amount of time now.
But it still amazes me: this guy moved 36 MIOS USD spending 23.07 USD.
How much would it cost to move such amount of money with traditional banking system?
No to think about moving this amount in GOLD (this is why Bitcoin, digital gold, is actually BETTER than physical gold).


0 in Spain unless you are an ignorant pleb that doesn't know any better. Not the case of someone with that amount of money. So 0, and instant transfer.

It has been a good amount of DECADES since I pay ANYTHING for a transfer. The instant thing is recent though (it was like 24-48 hours before)
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April 08, 2019, 01:26:07 PM

I like to publish the contrary opinions (FUD) you have to know what they think. Wink

I have gotten to understand your posting habits well enough to know that you are generally posting bullish stuff, and decent bitcoin information. 

Nonetheless, frequently it will be good to highlight some level of analysis or pointing out that you are skeptical of the information.. meaning that you suspect that there is some FUDDING going on.  .. especially for the FUD materials...

 Ultimately, you do what you like, but sometimes information could be read out of context if you do not highlight the seemingly FUD part of it.

Ok, I thought it was clear to all of you what I think about BTC, there's no problem with the FUD news or chart, I will add a comment about it. Wink
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Ok, I thought it was clear to all of you what I think about BTC, there's no problem with the FUD news or chart, I will add a comment about it. Wink

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April 08, 2019, 01:31:55 PM

Tether gone nuts... So many USDT printings in the last 30 minutes. Expecting a move soon!

https://twitter.com/BtcBlockBot/status/1115194884699324416



Why am I up at this ungodly hour ? Back to sleep with me.

I have been in bitcoin since a fair amount of time now.
But it still amazes me: this guy moved 36 MIOS USD spending 23.07 USD.
How much would it cost to move such amount of money with traditional banking system?
No to think about moving this amount in GOLD (this is why Bitcoin, digital gold, is actually BETTER than physical gold).


0 in Spain unless you are an ignorant pleb that doesn't know any better. Not the case of someone with that amount of money. So 0, and instant transfer.

It has been a good amount of DECADES since I pay ANYTHING for a transfer. The instant thing is recent though (it was like 24-48 hours before)

Can you transfer 32 Millions to the US for free? are you sure?
I bet you have free money transfer in SEPA (EU+ SUI) only.

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How much would it cost to move such amount of money with traditional banking system?

Where I live - $0.

I don't understand why this particular meme gives people erections.
Bull fucking shit, when you transfer large amounts especially internationally they start going off a percentage.

No one is handling 30,000,000 for free.

International, depending on the destination country might vary.

Even in that case (out of EURO zone)... when you deal with big amounts the bank earns its money from other deals you have with them so you get very good or zero rates for many things.

Of course, if you don't deal much with the bank and suddenly you have an incoming tx of 30 million you will be in deep shit (and I am not talking about fees here).
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April 08, 2019, 01:37:13 PM

Can you transfer 32 Millions to the US for free? are you sure?
I bet you have free money transfer in SEPA (EU+ SUI) only.

If you stay inside developed countries you're fine. Everything falls apart the moment you step back into attempting to interact with third world countries like the USA. But you're still going to get a better deal than average if the amount is huge.
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