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December 06, 2017, 03:47:09 PM
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OK Thank you all for your feedback. I'm A little fked in the head and I don't want to make a mistake this money can change my life
so I'm kinda freaking out. Plus I am totally scared of A hacker stealing it.To most people maybe 1000000 isnt alot but to me its a game changer..
I can probably do more good then I can imagine plus I can pay off these 14,000 that the bank has been hounding me for. Look all Im saying is
I want todo the exchnge in a police station or a bank but you guys are right what it goes to 100000 per bitcoin I would be able to fund all sorts of operations to help people out HOLY SH!T Im rich.I can buy a brand new car learn how to code AI what i can do what ever ...THANK YOU GUYS
IMA shoot over and find an exchange
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December 06, 2017, 03:51:18 PM
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Can you meet me at the cafe in 5? I have 1million dollars that i want to spend but only face to face will do for me!

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December 06, 2017, 03:53:12 PM
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I need to sell 104 bitcoins ASAP PLEASE HELP I have 104 bitcoins for sale
But I WANT FACE TO FACE CASH ...I RECIEVE THEM 5 years ago
Please Point me in the right direction
Either go to currency exchange section on this forum or go to Localbitcoins.
I doubt it that any seller will have $1 mil in cash or inside their bank accounts, you will have to split those coins in different parts and sell them to different sellers.

How did you manage to get those coins anyway, long time holder?
I gotta through some kid on hack forums I did a job for him and he didnt have money make a long story short It took three days but after I finnaly got the wallet ....>POINT IS WHATEVER !!!! I HAVE THEM I NEED A FACE TO FCE I AM SELLING THEM I CANT BELIEVE THIS SH!T

Wait, you stole them? That is a crime.
No I DIDN'T STEAL THEM ARE YOU NUTZ ....I HAD TO FIGURE BITCOIN OUT THATS WHY IT TOOK ME THREE DAYS TO MAKE A WALLET
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December 06, 2017, 03:54:42 PM
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Do not sell everything at once... The money is not going to run away. Calm down and consider all your options. It is better to

do 1000 smaller transactions, than 1 big transaction. The chances of getting scammed is MUCH bigger, when BIG amounts

like this comes into play. The bigger the carrot, the more scammers will be interested. I would break those bitcoins up into

smaller quantities and sell 1 or 2 at a time. NEVER sell everything.. AND do not forget about the forked coins. {Bitcoin Cash

and Bitcoin Gold}.... DO NOT throw away ANY private keys. {You can extract 104 Bitcoin Cash and 104 Bitcoin Cash coins

from that address too}

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December 06, 2017, 03:59:22 PM
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Very true.... You would get much more money by splitting up the amount and gaining all the forks.

If you genuinely have 104 Bitcoins then you also have $150K worth of Bitcoin Cash, and around $40K of Bitcoin Gold. Do not send any to an exchange until you are aware of this, You need to safely keep your private keys.

Sell small amounts to the community on bitcointalk, you could sell 0.1BTC to 1000 different members, Also if you sell all at once on an exchange you will be heavily Taxed by your Government, you will probably loose about half.


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December 06, 2017, 03:59:34 PM
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Buying bitcoin in large quantities face to face is very very dangerous.

This. First thing - you don't need to sell everything, just sell enough so you can pay your bills/dues/whatever and have some spending money. Bitcoin will likely still rise so it would be wise to leave some. Maybe to spread over some other altcoins. So sit down, think it over - there is no need to rush or do something you might regret sooner than you think.
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December 06, 2017, 04:00:02 PM
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I think that there is much money involved in this transaction and you have to be very very careful in what you do. It is better to keep anonymity and stay more quiet.

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December 06, 2017, 04:03:04 PM
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OK Thank you all for your feedback. I'm A little fked in the head and I don't want to make a mistake this money can change my life
so I'm kinda freaking out. Plus I am totally scared of A hacker stealing it.To most people maybe 1000000 isnt alot but to me its a game changer..
I can probably do more good then I can imagine plus I can pay off these 14,000 that the bank has been hounding me for. Look all Im saying is
I want todo the exchnge in a police station or a bank but you guys are right what it goes to 100000 per bitcoin I would be able to fund all sorts of operations to help people out HOLY SH!T Im rich.I can buy a brand new car learn how to code AI what i can do what ever ...THANK YOU GUYS
IMA shoot over and find an exchange
Calm down, get a wallet with 2fa (Electrum for example) so you don't have to worry about your coins getting hacked anymore.
Now take your time to sell them off. If I was you I wouldn't sell them face to face to someone, especially nobody who contacted you here after he read how much you own. I also woudn't sell the whole stake right now. Sell a third or the half on a big, trusted exchange. Keep the rest as a future invsetment, diversify to altcoins and take some more profits.

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December 06, 2017, 04:03:09 PM
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either a troll or a legitimate question.
anyway i believe the proper way is to go through a proper exchange and has kyc done. i dont know of any alternative way.

He is a troll, look at his post history.
Whenever somebody out of the blue with a newbie account starts speaking about millions you have to do a check.

3 days ago he claimed he lost 100 bitcoins, 2 days ago he was into conspiracy theories and now this.

Also his English and his claims of being a "Baltimore native" are ridiculous.
So stop giving advice to a troll.

REALLY IMA TROLL  god fking white people...I swear to god..have you ever heard of a troll using that type of
ebonics...people like you make me sick...how's that for english...jerk
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December 06, 2017, 04:03:22 PM
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Even if you were willing to take $1000/BTC, who's going to give you $100,000 in cash in person?

Me.

I'd be happy to meet with him at a secure location and give him $100,000 cash for his 104 bitcoins if he were actually willing to sell at that price.

Furthermore, I'm willing to meet up and help him secure his bitcoins on a paper wallet or hardware wallet, as well as help him learn how to avoid scammers and hackers if he's willing to cover my expenses and compensate me for the time I spend assisting him.

I don't have $1.3 million laying around to purchase all the bitcoins from him right now, but I'd be happy to help him with the $14,000 he owes the bank.  I'm not interested in paying full market rate, but if he offers a reasonable discount, I'd buy $14,000 (or $20,000) worth.

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December 06, 2017, 04:05:07 PM
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Buying bitcoin in large quantities face to face is very very dangerous.

This. First thing - you don't need to sell everything, just sell enough so you can pay your bills/dues/whatever and have some spending money. Bitcoin will likely still rise so it would be wise to leave some. Maybe to spread over some other altcoins. So sit down, think it over - there is no need to rush or do something you might regret sooner than you think.

Yes completely agree. Having 100+ BTC in wallet offer your free coins from hard forks and other depended program. Stellar, BCH, BCC are some of great deal to claim free coins which gives your free money totally.

104 have quite huge amount of exchange in fiat. And one more recommendation is don't sell at exchanger as there are walls with small amount with purchase order. If you sell there all of your Bitcoins then it might take price of BTC too much down against Fiat for short while.

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December 06, 2017, 04:05:24 PM
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The status text next to your name says "help im an ass i lost 100 bitcoins" are you blind or did you just forget you lost 1 million in dollars?

You're fooling nobody!

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December 06, 2017, 04:05:30 PM
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Even if you were willing to take $1000/BTC, who's going to give you $100,000 in cash in person?

Me.

I'd be happy to meet with him at a secure location and give him $100,000 cash for his 104 bitcoins if he were actually willing to sell at that price.

Furthermore, I'm willing to meet up and help him secure his bitcoins on a paper wallet or hardware wallet, as well as help him learn how to avoid scammers and hackers if he's willing to cover my expenses and compensate me for the time I spend assisting him.

I don't have $1.3 million laying around to purchase all the bitcoins from him right now, but I'd be happy to help him with the $14,000 he owes the bank.  I'm not interested in paying full market rate, but if he offers a reasonable discount, I'd buy $14,000 (or $20,000) worth.

Me also. Im not interested in market rate as thats what exchanges are for, however at a good discount, i'm happy to buy a similar quantity.

You are safer to sell to 100/1000 people than 1.

 

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December 06, 2017, 04:12:08 PM
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To ALL thank you I am going to do some serious research now I will be selling 70% of these coin at 11,000 per coin
at a police station or a bank (inside ) where you cant get me nor I cant get you....
Thank you all and to bitcointalk I promise with all the shit i read here this wouldnt of happened
so I will be donating 1% to you guys thank you

I HAVE TO GO DO HARDCORE RESEARCH
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December 06, 2017, 04:12:33 PM
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If you want a full payout at current valuations it won't happen face to face.
You sound like you're in a hurry and want it all sold.  That's fine but you'll only be able to sell at a deep, deep discount.  Even if you were willing to take $1000/BTC, who's going to give you $100,000 in cash in person?
I have a theory, I think he doesn't own that wallet now, did he? I mean, if I were him and have that kind of dramatic amount of Bitcoin, I would gladly have use for it elsewhere if not just going to be holding it. I mean a 'hundred-n-four' Bitcoin, that's crazy man. Not trying to be exaggerated but, I would rather hold it for future purposes, or just split it up, so that it wouldn't be squishy just like how he reacts right now.














 

 

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December 06, 2017, 04:16:07 PM
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so I will be donating 1% to you guys thank you


Well, thats very nice of you, I would never refuse some bitcoin

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December 06, 2017, 04:17:54 PM
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Not a lot of people walk around with about $1 328 000 in cash. You have to be very careful, because a lot of people are going

to swamp you with request to buy and you going to burn your fingers, when these people con you out of those bitcoins. The

price might be high now and you want to cash out fast and that is where they strike. If you do this, make sure it is in a public

place.... check for counterfeit money and use CCTV in your favour. {Bring a lot of friends/bodyguards}  Grin

Lol, good advice my friend. A local police or bank would be another safe place. By the way, I wouldn't advise him/her to sell all at once. Maybe split the Coin in 10 places and sell one after the other.


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December 06, 2017, 04:18:47 PM
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If you want a full payout at current valuations it won't happen face to face.
You sound like you're in a hurry and want it all sold.  That's fine but you'll only be able to sell at a deep, deep discount.  Even if you were willing to take $1000/BTC, who's going to give you $100,000 in cash in person?
I have a theory, I think he doesn't own that wallet now, did he? I mean, if I were him and have that kind of dramatic amount of Bitcoin, I would gladly have use for it elsewhere if not just going to be holding it. I mean a 'hundred-n-four' Bitcoin, that's crazy man. Not trying to be exaggerated but, I would rather hold it for future purposes, or just split it up, so that it wouldn't be squishy just like how he reacts right now.
use for it where .....I hate to tell you guys something BUT I HAVE THE LOTTERY I DONT KNOW HOW THIS IS ALL HAPPENING BUT
I THANK GOD BECAUSE IM SO FKING LUCKY ...I am holding some but ...I HAVE STUFF I NEED A CAR MY OWN HOUSE MAYBE A FARM
some thing that when AI gets here I will be able to feed my family
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December 06, 2017, 04:22:13 PM
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You are really rich man 104bitcoin with the current price wow congrats, I will advice you sell bit by bit till you finish selling all
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December 06, 2017, 04:23:17 PM
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Very true.... You would get much more money by splitting up the amount and gaining all the forks.

If you genuinely have 104 Bitcoins then you also have $150K worth of Bitcoin Cash, and around $40K of Bitcoin Gold. Do not send any to an exchange until you are aware of this, You need to safely keep your private keys.

Sell small amounts to the community on bitcointalk, you could sell 0.1BTC to 1000 different members, Also if you sell all at once on an exchange you will be heavily Taxed by your Government, you will probably loose about half.


WHY WHAT DOES THIS MEAN PLEASE EXPLAIN?HuhHuhHuhHuh???What are you talking about.

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