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June 25, 2019, 05:09:32 PM

Just been reading, apparently Royal Bank of Scotland & their many sister banks have a good relationship with Coinbase & don’t close/freeze your account if you withdraw, even large sums.

I like the idea of multiple LBC sales though, myself.

Seems dumb to be talking about this now but we all need to be prepared. Should really ask somebody like Vod, OgNasty or Elwar who I think have already cashed out millions.

Don’t think I’ve ever seen a thread here discussing cashing out plans, techniques, strategies. I would start one but it’ll be filled with nocoiner noobs, one liner posting, broken English & sig spam.
.when I take fiat out of coinbase it takes about 10 minutes to appear in my rbs account .

Are you withdrawing large amounts or small amounts? LFC_Bitcoin is probably talking about withdrawing hundreds of thousands of dollars?
Always  under £1000

Then it doesn't count. We're talking about 5+ digit numbers here...  Cool
Just had a look and I can withdraw £10000 per day

RBS is the same banking group as Lloyd’s I think
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June 25, 2019, 05:13:51 PM

Don’t think I’ve ever seen a thread here discussing cashing out plans, techniques, strategies. I would start one but it’ll be filled with nocoiner noobs, one liner posting, broken English & sig spam.

Perhaps we should start such a thread here, I'm willing to co-moderate to avoid the things your mentioned...

Now it's high time to do it as this topic will become more and more popular over time and as BTC grows further up...
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June 25, 2019, 05:14:42 PM

Did any of those three close your account for spending your money without their permission?

No, not for me. That's usually if you're depositing/withdrawing large amounts of cash because of AML compliance. Bringing ID into the local branch has always sufficed to get an account unfrozen.

Just had a look and I can withdraw £10000 per day

If you're using pro you need to send a request in to get it upped. Part of your eligibility for that will be the amount of BTC trade that you do there.
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June 25, 2019, 05:16:40 PM

Lol, I guess I'm not using these assholes.

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Hi Hueristic,

Yaz here with Cash App! I see you were looking for a Bitcoin wallet associated with your Cash account. I can definitely shine some light on things for you.

Currently, you aren’t able to deposit Bitcoin directly into your Cash App from a third party wallet but our team is working hard to bring this feature to all Cash customers. In other words, Cash App users currently do not have a personal wallet address linked to their own Cash App account. In the meantime, you are able to sell your Bitcoin and transfer those funds directly to the bank account or card linked to your Cash App account.

I know this isn't an ideal situation, and I'm sorry for the inconvenience this Bitcoin wallet issue has caused. I always want my customers to have a pleasant experience while using the Cash App. Please let me know if you have any other questions. I’m happy to help wherever I can.
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Fucking retards this is the only reason I was even looking at them. Smiley


BTW, "‘Craig Wright is F***ed’ Says NY Lawyer"

https://bitcoinist.com/craig-wright-is-fed-says-ny-lawyer/
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June 25, 2019, 05:20:31 PM

Went to get a coffee - $11,444

Fuck!

@mic - Yessss Amsterdam party Wink

$15k soon possibly.

Bro, I’m enjoying this a lot more than the bear market we endured Cheesy
So much fun to check the price every day & mostly green.

Really enjoy the camaraderie in this thread. It’s good to have you lot to talk to about it, I don’t like to talk to my brother, family & friends about it because it feels like showing off. You guys are all on the train though so great to discuss Wink
And we always have this friend or close relative who will give you a look that you will feel yourself an Alien from another planet and get pissed LOL

IRL, except my wife I do not talk about it to anyone at all.

That's the problem sometimes: nobody (except here and/or wife) to talk to. People are periodically annoyed , then feeling pity for you, etc. So, i sublimate into stock market discussions. I know stock market from way back when, so it is not a problem. No-coiners always have these little "schemes" of how to make a gigantic score on the stock market (like 10%). Oh, well.
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June 25, 2019, 05:24:18 PM

few things piss me off worse, smug fucking self serving parasites

You just described 99% of the people on this forum.  People like Marcus of Tel Aviv and Trace Mayer constantly making up outrageously stupid lies about Bitcoin to try and trick people into buying it to enrich themselves like claiming Bitcoin is "tangible".  

Or claiming it's "decentralized" when tokens are non-fungible with transaction validators being designed to centralize making it nothing more than a permissioned ledger, govt tracking and enslavement system.  Or that it removes middlemen when it has built-in, rent seeking middlemen.  Bitcoin has zero fundamentals (except as a govt tracking system) and is complete garbage compared to physical metals
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June 25, 2019, 05:25:15 PM

Don’t think I’ve ever seen a thread here discussing cashing out plans, techniques, strategies. I would start one but it’ll be filled with nocoiner noobs, one liner posting, broken English & sig spam.

Perhaps we should start such a thread here, I'm willing to co-moderate to avoid the things your mentioned...

Now it's high time to do it as this topic will become more and more popular over time and as BTC grows further up...

Do it yeah, I’d be active in it probably.
My eyes are buzzed today though, been online far too much.

Did any of those three close your account for spending your money without their permission?

No, not for me. That's usually if you're depositing/withdrawing large amounts of cash because of AML compliance. Bringing ID into the local branch has always sufficed to get an account unfrozen.

Just had a look and I can withdraw £10000 per day

If you're using pro you need to send a request in to get it upped. Part of your eligibility for that will be the amount of BTC trade that you do there.

Interesting yefi.
I sent you a PM, will probably reach out to you nearer the time when I start cashing out (long way off yet though).
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June 25, 2019, 05:53:55 PM

Here is some info about selling to fiat in US:

On the exchange side:

OTC-don't know, probably no limit, then wire. Gemini auction, Circle OTC? Circle 250K minimum.
Coinbase-at least up to 50K daily transfer is feasible. More-don't know.
Gemini-ACH up to 100K daily, Wire?
Kraken-up to 25K/day (Intermediate), 125K/day with POSOF (proof of source of funds-have to prove that you are an accredited investor); Pro (10 MM)-this is probably mostly for companies and family offices.
For some reason Kraken excludes TX from high value transfers (100K). Every other state is apparently OK (for 100K daily).

On the bank side:
Only anecdotal info. Not clear at what $$ one needs to talk to a banker prior to transfer (if ever). OTC probably does it for you.
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https://www.sec.gov/rules/sro/nysearca/2019/34-86195.pdf
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.when I take fiat out of coinbase it takes about 10 minutes to appear in my rbs account .

Are you withdrawing large amounts or small amounts? LFC_Bitcoin is probably talking about withdrawing hundreds of thousands of dollars?
Always  under £1000

Then it doesn't count. We're talking about 5+ digit numbers here...  Cool

in the 2017/8 bull run it took ~24 hrs for 5 digit transfers to go from coinbase to my bank account. i did this every day for a period of days, and it was always there the next day.

EDIT im in the usa
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Remember son, if it wasn’t for your Great, Great, Great, Great Grandfather buying Bitcoin all those years ago, we would still be living on Earth
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June 25, 2019, 06:09:08 PM

Thinking of making another $1,000 offering to Karhu, at these prices, Goddamnit.

Sheeit.

Fuck.
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Bears are getting cocky again.  Ha, non-believers. Time for a rektum massage?
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June 25, 2019, 06:27:52 PM

Lolli expands popular travel category with Hotels.com partnership.

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Lolli launched in the trough of the 2018 bear market when bitcoin began its descent into the $3,000 range. Even so, that didn’t stop the service from swelling to 10,000 users by March 2019. With the Chrome/Firefox plug in, users can earn a percentage of every purchase back in bitcoin when they shop at one of Lolli’s 500-plus partners. These include Walmart, Macy’s, Overstock, Barnes & Noble and many others, including travel companies.

In fact, travel has emerged as the platform’s most popular category. Lolli co-founder and CEO, Alex Adelman, told Bitcoin Magazine that people use travel services like VRBO, Hilton, Marriott, Bookings.com and CheapOAir more than anything else to earn bitcoin on Lolli. This is mainly due to the fact that these particular services give healthy rebates (CheapOAir, for instance, pays a flat 0.001987 BTC and Marriott pays 6.5 percent back) and that travel purchases are large, netting more bitcoin back in return, which makes them ideal for stacking sats.

https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/lolli-expands-popular-travel-category-with-hotels-com-partnership
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June 25, 2019, 06:36:01 PM

We're at $11k with next-to-zero FOMO.

Probably because the average goyim is too broke to even write a $500 check, let alone buy a $10,000 imaginary, valueless Bitcoin.  Just who do you expect to be the greater fool for these things?  Do you think Jamie Dimon is going to buy yours with him holding the bag on imaginary timestamps while you run off into the sunset cackling?

Cats don't "cackle."  Get a grip roach!!!  You are coming off as a bit delirious.    Roll Eyes





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Lloyd’s completely shut my account down and wouldn’t give me an explanation even though it was obviously bitcoin related as I was cashing out at the time.

Santander are friendlier but I would definitely recommend getting a personal banker to explain what you are doing to. This will stop issues and questions later.

I've put £10 through Lloyds to Coinbase. Those bitches didn't make a squeak.

From plenty of reading I get the impression Nationwide are the mellowest but their intermediary bank won't let them send or receive with any EU exchange.

I think from a bank to an exchange there's usually no problem. At least I've never had an issue using banks in two different countries.

It's the other way around that can sting you. Going from an exchange to a bank...

I was selling directly to people and having multiple deposits into my account. The total was high but whether they would have noticed/cared/acted differently if it was fewer larger transactions I don’t know.

I explained what it was, showed them I knew my tax implications but they just flat out refused to discuss it.

“Computer says no” bullshit.

You CAN'T have multiple people depositing  into your account with no official paperwork associated. Heck, you CAN'T even regularly deposit substantial amounts of cash into your account by YOURSELF without proper explanation. It is the way it is.
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June 25, 2019, 06:51:29 PM

Bitcoin trading above $11k for almost two days in a row now, bulls are strong as fuck and shorts keep climbing up on Bitfinex, I'm smelling another big short squeeze soon, most likely if we break $12k and could easily push it up to $13k.
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