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November 29, 2015, 10:17:17 AM
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Just want to say I was sceptical on using Bittylicious until I read some comments on here , Just purchased .2 BTC and well i think within literally 5 Mins I have got the BTC pending in my Wallet. A service I shall use again in the future for sure! And it is literally the first BTC I have ever owned !
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November 30, 2015, 09:03:34 AM
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Just want to say I was sceptical on using Bittylicious until I read some comments on here , Just purchased .2 BTC and well i think within literally 5 Mins I have got the BTC pending in my Wallet. A service I shall use again in the future for sure! And it is literally the first BTC I have ever owned !

Thanks so much for that! It's always really great when a new Bitcoin user has a positive experience on their first purchase!
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February 02, 2016, 12:32:52 PM
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Used Bittylicious about 6 times now, very fast. And also easy to use as I'm still not the best dealing with BTC ! Thanks for the transaction today, had to be manual investigation though as I put the sellers name instead of my own, oops
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February 03, 2016, 11:02:24 AM
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Used Bittylicious about 6 times now, very fast. And also easy to use as I'm still not the best dealing with BTC ! Thanks for the transaction today, had to be manual investigation though as I put the sellers name instead of my own, oops

Thanks so much for that feedback. I'm glad you found the process smooth and that it was handled OK even though the manual investigation was initiated! It happens a fair bit, but thankfully usually doesn't cause too many issues.
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August 06, 2016, 02:32:12 AM
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Went to buy about £10 worth of BTC using Pingit, front screen says you can buy a minimum of 0.0018BTC input all my details, clicked buy, said I must buy a minimum of 0.18BTC ?? IE over £100,  Plus, there's a 15% price difference between a bank transfer and a Pingit transaction.

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August 06, 2016, 09:20:25 AM
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Went to buy about £10 worth of BTC using Pingit, front screen says you can buy a minimum of 0.0018BTC input all my details, clicked buy, said I must buy a minimum of 0.18BTC ?? IE over £100,  Plus, there's a 15% price difference between a bank transfer and a Pingit transaction.

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Bank fraud is becoming more commonplace and as such, many brokers have increased their minimum amounts for users that are not verified. If you verify your ID, you will have access to a lot more offers, and (counter-intuitively) a decreased minimum spend.

PingIt is also a lot less popular than bank transfer, and thus has fewer brokers placing offers for this and the price is generally higher.
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September 11, 2017, 01:30:44 PM
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I have been using Bittylicious for over a year now. I dont buy bitcoins/litecoins from any other source as I am now very comfortable with the proceedure. I know I can source alittle cheaper with some searching but for me the peace of mind of receiving the coins outweighs the slightly higher fee. So a pat on the back and a thumbs up for Bittylicious.

I only wish I could buy a bitcoin for £72 as stated at the beginning of this thread!
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May 22, 2018, 04:49:50 PM
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https://blog.bittylicious.com/2018/05/bittylicious-turns-five-years-old/

Bittylicious turns five years old. There are some interesting stats contained in this blog post -

And our vital statistics for the last year, 22nd May 2017 – 21st May 2018:

220,000 trades completed.
£99 million traded.
67,000 new user sign ups.
150,000 pieces of documentation verified.

 
Which is impressive for a not hugely known site in one of the lesser crypto markets.

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