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August 20, 2013, 03:26:11 AM
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I can't say enough in favor of Coinbase. Doing ACH through your Bank account is so easy after you set it up. Just don't use it if you plan on trading, way to slow. Park some USD on an exchange if you plan to trade.

I agree.  CoinBase is AWESOME!

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Yes, this is the fast method to acquiring bitcoin.  Fastest that I have seen anyway.

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