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March 05, 2017, 08:22:01 PM
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When you set up a coinbase account and want to move your bitcoins to a gambling site or vice versa.

1. Create a desktop wallet on your computer. I use Multibit.
2. Send your bitcoins from coinbase to your desktop wallet
3. Then from your desktop wallet to the gambling site. Withdraw your winnings  Wink from the gambling site and send them to your desktop wallet, then back to coinbase.
That way coinbase sees the deposit from your desktop wallet rather than your gambling site wallet.

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March 05, 2017, 08:30:02 PM
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Many have speculated that Coinbase can track transactions easily for four to five hops. That would make the local wallet trick null and void. Now, they may only be checking 1-2 hops now but that could change at any time.

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March 05, 2017, 11:02:36 PM
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I don't understand point of doing it. It will require to pay 2x fees - first one for withdrawal from gambling site and another one bitcoin network fee for sending bitcoins to Xapo wallet. If you already have desktop wallet, just keep your bitcoins on it, why send it to Coinbase?
And mostly people who are using Coinbase, they don't use desktop wallets for some reasons.

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March 05, 2017, 11:13:53 PM
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youre solution and sugestion is not good
if only playing gambling site is good is not use coinbase wallet, use multibit, electrum , blockchain or another wallet



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March 05, 2017, 11:27:07 PM
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I think it can be still traced by coinbase. much better to use mixer like bitmixer its much more safe done the other way or what you mention because there are still footprints. and you can trace the address and the transaction..  unlike in mixer they had already preserve bitcoin and ready to send ..

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March 06, 2017, 03:55:14 AM
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Wow thanks for the info, as i only uses blockchain and bought my btc off seller/ localbitcoins i didnt know that coinbase have such rule.

I always thought nothing is illegal when we relate it to cryptos  Shocked

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March 06, 2017, 10:41:24 AM
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It's a bit complicated, makes user confused, takes lots of time and waste bitcoin on tx fee. Why don't you use another online, desktop or mobile wallet which is decentralized.
Also, it could be detected by Coinbase especially if you play on-chain games.

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This is just a waste of time why would bother to use coinbase if you could able to use other web wallets that dont have restrictions regarding on using it for gambling purposes and also you are just wasting off fees on each transfer and the hassle you are making on just transferring funds.

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March 06, 2017, 01:06:48 PM
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Better do not risk money in this way. If you use Bitcoin to gambling in casinos, you'd better not use Coinbase.
You can use a separate wallet in Multibit and then mix it for example by verified Bitcoin Debit Card (for example Cryptopay.me). Then you can be sure that nobody block your BTC.

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March 06, 2017, 01:39:47 PM
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first of all it is easy to figure out you are doing it since you are only using one address in the middle and they can even consider your address as one of the gambling site's addresses and ban you.

but the question is why even bother with this much headache. just buy from Coinbase, move to your desktop wallet and gamble with those funds. if you win just move to your desktop wallet and keep it there. this way even if Coinbase bans you, you haven't been keeping anything in their site.

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March 06, 2017, 02:50:40 PM
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When you set up a coinbase account and want to move your bitcoins to a gambling site or vice versa.

1. Create a desktop wallet on your computer. I use Multibit.
2. Send your bitcoins from coinbase to your desktop wallet
3. Then from your desktop wallet to the gambling site. Withdraw your winnings  Wink from the gambling site and send them to your desktop wallet, then back to coinbase.
That way coinbase sees the deposit from your desktop wallet rather than your gambling site wallet.

That your analysis is actually for a newbie who thinks when verifying you just go one step backward and that settles it. I guess a lot of people agrees it does not work that way. If it works for you, its because they are yet to flag your account maybe due to the amount and the volume of transactions going into it but I tell you when they are ready, they will not only go five steps of a transaction, they might even start from the beginning of all transactions that have flowed into your account...
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March 06, 2017, 03:26:56 PM
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If you like to hide your transaction just use bitcoin mixer services, use two for one transaction to make it more complicated to track. There is another option of exchanging bitcoin to monero and back to bitcoin. But best option out of all of this is to just use another wallets like blockchain or electrum who don't care about source of your bitcoins.

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When you set up a coinbase account and want to move your bitcoins to a gambling site or vice versa.

1. Create a desktop wallet on your computer. I use Multibit.
2. Send your bitcoins from coinbase to your desktop wallet
3. Then from your desktop wallet to the gambling site. Withdraw your winnings  Wink from the gambling site and send them to your desktop wallet, then back to coinbase.
That way coinbase sees the deposit from your desktop wallet rather than your gambling site wallet.
Instead of doing that you can use shapeshift, exchange your bitcoin for an altcoin then reverse the same process to get bitcoin to coinbase directly.
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March 06, 2017, 04:32:54 PM
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When you set up a coinbase account and want to move your bitcoins to a gambling site or vice versa.

1. Create a desktop wallet on your computer. I use Multibit.
2. Send your bitcoins from coinbase to your desktop wallet
3. Then from your desktop wallet to the gambling site. Withdraw your winnings  Wink from the gambling site and send them to your desktop wallet, then back to coinbase.
That way coinbase sees the deposit from your desktop wallet rather than your gambling site wallet.
Instead of doing that you can use shapeshift, exchange your bitcoin for an altcoin then reverse the same process to get bitcoin to coinbase directly.

This. Lots of gambling sites accept altcoins. Find one that accepts alts, and then send your coins to the gambler using shapeshift in the middle to purchase the alt.

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March 06, 2017, 04:34:35 PM
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I have done exactly the same steps last year, but then I realized that it took too many times just for gambling. Dont do it frequently, otherwise coinbase may detect your activity and ban your account. Better to use other wallet for gambling purpose, omce you want to withdraw your btc from the gambling site, better to withdraw it to an exchange like which has no terms about gambling activity.

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March 06, 2017, 05:36:02 PM
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When you set up a coinbase account and want to move your bitcoins to a gambling site or vice versa.

1. Create a desktop wallet on your computer. I use Multibit.
2. Send your bitcoins from coinbase to your desktop wallet
3. Then from your desktop wallet to the gambling site. Withdraw your winnings  Wink from the gambling site and send them to your desktop wallet, then back to coinbase.
That way coinbase sees the deposit from your desktop wallet rather than your gambling site wallet.
This method will not work your best bet is to convert your bitcoins to another crypto and then buy again bitcoin that way your coins will be clean but the issue here is why you want to use coinbase at all.
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March 06, 2017, 05:47:21 PM
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When you set up a coinbase account and want to move your bitcoins to a gambling site or vice versa.

1. Create a desktop wallet on your computer. I use Multibit.
2. Send your bitcoins from coinbase to your desktop wallet
3. Then from your desktop wallet to the gambling site. Withdraw your winnings  Wink from the gambling site and send them to your desktop wallet, then back to coinbase.
That way coinbase sees the deposit from your desktop wallet rather than your gambling site wallet.
send your bitcoin to an exchanger then buy other altcoin like eth etc dash ltc...
send your altcoin from the exchange site to an other one and exchange them for BTC
you can buy low and sell high to compensate the fee.

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March 06, 2017, 05:48:37 PM
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Lol, Coinbase is tracking users a lot... What do they have against gambling? They could forbid to send directly from Coinbase to gambling sites, but forbid to send to another address to send to gambling site next it's insanity...

If it's so hard to make this transaction, better to don't use this online wallet, there are another options of wallets if you like to gamble.

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March 06, 2017, 05:52:09 PM
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Send your Coinbase BTC to Poloniex and then from Polo to the gambling site. Polo charges 100 bits only for withdrawal, which is cheaper than using a local wallet nowadays.

Exchanges like Poloniex and Bittrex uses a different address when withdrawing, tke note of that too.

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March 08, 2017, 06:28:50 AM
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Send your Coinbase BTC to Poloniex and then from Polo to the gambling site. Polo charges 100 bits only for withdrawal, which is cheaper than using a local wallet nowadays.

Exchanges like Poloniex and Bittrex uses a different address when withdrawing, tke note of that too.

I use XAPO account for all my routine transactions, and the good part is they won't charge any fee for sending money unless you're sending only a few Santoshi then they will have some charges. Recently they added these fees to avoid very small transactions on their network. I'm using this wallet for quite some time and so far no issues.

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