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J-Sun231
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December 24, 2017, 07:32:47 PM
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1.Korea is 30% more expensive than the United States.

2. You buy coins in the United States. I sell in Korea and withdraw money.

3. Divide your earnings by 1/2

4. We have huge profits because of continuous transactions.

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December 24, 2017, 07:36:16 PM
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1.Korea is 30% more expensive than the United States.

2. You buy coins in the United States. I sell in Korea and withdraw money.

3. Divide your earnings by 1/2

4. We have huge profits because of continuous transactions.

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so I take it your one of those morons who wishes there are other idiots like them here who will send them btc and pray that you send them something after you sell them, I wish to meet the idiot who is willing to do that.
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December 24, 2017, 09:13:45 PM
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If it would be this simple, wouldn't everyone do this?
I can't do this as my bank doesn't accept KRW. And even if my bank would accept krw, it would probably take about 1 week to finish a full trade.

So I wonder how you even think about doing this?
Like the first reply already states, I wouldn't trust you with my money.
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