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December 11, 2017, 05:36:19 PM
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thats quite a bit of crypto!!
you would really need to post or move this to the currency exchange child board
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=53.0
That is quite a lot and being a senior member, I am sure he understands that for that huge amount of money, he sure does need to make use of an escrow. I am not sure if he may see someone that would be willing to transact such huge amount, I may be wrong. However, he did not even state many details as to how he really wants to go about it since he said it could be in any currency. That sounds strange and how does he want to get it across? Also, why not just make use of an exchange ?

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December 13, 2017, 04:02:35 AM
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Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen!
My friend from Moscow wants to make a deal to sell 500BTC for cash (cash may be in any fiat currency).

Bank transfer is possible in euros or dollars.

Exchange rate Bitstamp + 1.5%

We are looking for buyers.

Have you found at least one buyer here yet , that's  quite a BTC fortune.
You are going to need someone with really deep pockets.
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December 13, 2017, 08:45:43 AM
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Sent OP a PM, posting here for future reference.
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December 13, 2017, 09:14:02 AM
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Just bought 496 btc @3%   Angry Angry
https://blockchain.info/address/1JxxHsBat1nLVkyQXWFaQE3mHmd2zU6Cw3

Should have seen this thread earlier

BTW where the btc are coming from? Which ICO fund ?


Really, not pleasant. 3% is a lot.
Maybe you need 500 more, or you know someone, who needs? Grin

I'm looking to buy about 4.35 - 4.5 btc but in person. I'm in California.
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December 13, 2017, 06:12:00 PM
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thats quite a bit of crypto!!
you would really need to post or move this to the currency exchange child board
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=53.0
That is quite a lot and being a senior member, I am sure he understands that for that huge amount of money, he sure does need to make use of an escrow. I am not sure if he may see someone that would be willing to transact such huge amount, I may be wrong. However, he did not even state many details as to how he really wants to go about it since he said it could be in any currency. That sounds strange and how does he want to get it across? Also, why not just make use of an exchange ?

Good afternoon, my friend!
1.Personal meeetings in Russia.
Huge amount is -85 kilos of 100$ tickets Shocked Shocked Shocked
2.The transaction at 500 BTC is no longer relevant (it is being discussed right now) When the deal will be realized, I'll provide the prooves.
3. However, I have found the interesting BTC trade in large amounts. Because there are a few people, who are interested in such ammount.
4.I don't point the details because statement of details is an useless amount of time. Details of deal will be discussed personally.So I mentioned in general. In any currency it means any currency dollar euro yena or rouble. There was said that the deal is relevant today and tomorrow.
5.I think, that 10 transactions of 50 BTC and a bank transfer of the corresponding amount for every stage will happen. There will be 5 on 100BTC or 50 on 10BTC, as dealers want.
6. Everything is simple. In all exchanges in Russia there are NO such amount of money. Plus have you seen any exchange course in Russian exchanges? It's nonsence!
I hope that I have answered all your questions Wink

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December 13, 2017, 06:27:15 PM
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In all exchanges in Russia there are NO such amount of money.

Don't forget China, the second-biggest economy in the world.
80% bitcoin mine,
and huge buyer.

so i said may be I can help you.
Because I manage an exchange ,and can contact some big player.
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March 07, 2018, 07:32:28 AM
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well it's been 3 months i don't know if your deal is still available or not. telegram me @Chris2btc or whatsapp +8613068178967 for more info. I can help to cash btc out with rubbles or euros, CASH.

cheers!
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