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May 06, 2013, 03:18:29 PM
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I saw the list of friendly/unfriendly banks. Can someone explain how they are unfriendly to individuals? I haven't bought or traded BTC so I don't really know the process. Are some of the sites where you trade BTC blacklisted?

What are you guys using for BTC trading? Bank transfers, wires? I only ever used a credit card or paypal on online purchase.

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May 08, 2013, 07:08:27 PM
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I saw the list of friendly/unfriendly banks. Can someone explain how they are unfriendly to individuals? I haven't bought or traded BTC so I don't really know the process. Are some of the sites where you trade BTC blacklisted?

What are you guys using for BTC trading? Bank transfers, wires? I only ever used a credit card or paypal on online purchase.

Thanks

You know you might get a reply if you ask this very question in that thread! Smiley

Look at blockchain.info - see which currencies (y) you can buy BTC in!

I bought in GBP through them before they stopped it.

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May 08, 2013, 11:03:58 PM
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maybe I'm old skool but I didn't want to thread-jack. Better to start a new topic instead of embedding it in the middle of a list thread.
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