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June 06, 2014, 06:52:50 PM
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Can i ask you if you transfer to metrobank account and how fast is the transaction?

We have a Metrobank account so we can transfer via an electronic transaction.  During the day (8-5pm) it's usually processed within 60 minutes.  We do process on the weekends on an "as available" basis... meaning staff checks in from time to time and processes when something arrives.
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June 06, 2014, 06:58:08 PM
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still i support coins.ph Smiley

That's fine, it's a good company and I know them well.  What aspect of their service do you find most appealing?
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June 07, 2014, 12:22:02 AM
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Ayakashi

Look into supporting PHC for pesos

still i support coins.ph Smiley

That's fine, it's a good company and I know them well.  What aspect of their service do you find most appealing?
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June 07, 2014, 03:16:47 AM
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still i support coins.ph Smiley

That's fine, it's a good company and I know them well.  What aspect of their service do you find most appealing?

by being humble Smiley
not comparing themselves to others Smiley
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June 08, 2014, 08:01:43 AM
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still i support coins.ph Smiley

That's fine, it's a good company and I know them well.  What aspect of their service do you find most appealing?

by being humble Smiley
not comparing themselves to others Smiley

I actually think competition is good for the consumers and makes for a healthy industry. Comparisons are all part and parcel of competition.

For me, especially in the crypto coin world where you hear so much scams, the main thing I value is trustworthiness of a service. Second and third, in no particular order, will be ease of making transactions, and of course getting a better deal. But having complete confidence on who I'm parting my hard earned money to is second to none in importance for me.
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June 08, 2014, 12:38:32 PM
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still i support coins.ph Smiley

That's fine, it's a good company and I know them well.  What aspect of their service do you find most appealing?

by being humble Smiley
not comparing themselves to others Smiley

I actually think competition is good for the consumers and makes for a healthy industry. Comparisons are all part and parcel of competition.

For me, especially in the crypto coin world where you hear so much scams, the main thing I value is trustworthiness of a service. Second and third, in no particular order, will be ease of making transactions, and of course getting a better deal. But having complete confidence on who I'm parting my hard earned money to is second to none in importance for me.


I still support coin.ph Cheesy
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June 08, 2014, 04:13:02 PM
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still i support coins.ph Smiley

That's fine, it's a good company and I know them well.  What aspect of their service do you find most appealing?

by being humble Smiley
not comparing themselves to others Smiley

I actually think competition is good for the consumers and makes for a healthy industry. Comparisons are all part and parcel of competition.

For me, especially in the crypto coin world where you hear so much scams, the main thing I value is trustworthiness of a service. Second and third, in no particular order, will be ease of making transactions, and of course getting a better deal. But having complete confidence on who I'm parting my hard earned money to is second to none in importance for me.


I still support coin.ph Cheesy


Lol, that's good. It's perfectly fine, of course. There's is such a thing as customer loyalty. Good for coins.ph in this case.

Btw, I am a neutral commenter. I have in fact yet to make any transaction with either one of them. Your unwavering support for coins.ph has given a lot of plus points to them, from my view.
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June 08, 2014, 07:21:32 PM
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Overall the process at coinxchange.ph is faster and more transparent to you.  And of course, cheaper as well.


+1.  The prices are fair, and order completions are very fast.  I always have the bitcoins in my home wallet within a few minutes of buying them.  Also, Ayakashi is a good guy, and very helpfully fixed my account problems.  Coinxchange.ph is the best that I have dealt with.

Right now, coinxchange.ph will sell you coins at 27,349.  Coins.ph is selling at 29,010.  That is 1700 pesos higher.
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June 09, 2014, 03:24:07 PM
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It has been six months since three of my friends and I decided to start a Bitcoin startup company, and about five weeks since we launched our first venture here in the Philippines called Bitmarket.ph. It has been one crazy, fast, and helluva fun ride so far. I just wanted to share our story.
http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/27ougl/it_has_been_six_months_since_three_of_my_friends/


(just sharing here, I am not that person or have anything to do w/ that site)

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June 10, 2014, 02:01:23 PM
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It's more fun in the Philippines. Smiley

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June 10, 2014, 11:48:35 PM
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hello sainyo mukhang maganda yang PH coin ah Smiley
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June 11, 2014, 12:19:06 AM
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cnu my ETC jan?

https://
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topic=634837.0;all


ETC po tayo.  Cheesy

support po natin.

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June 11, 2014, 01:47:24 AM
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Hi bitcoiners ng pinas Cheesy

I'm henaputi. New member lang po, call me ena, jena, jena tuazon from pasay.

Young & single mom. Looking for luck & support sa bitcoin since ang alam ko lang about d2 is to earn using my computer dahil d ako in linya with technical stuffs ng IT.

I came from PTC sites but I lost my interest sa mga ganun kasi parang scam lang, months na binilang wala pa ring ROI, kung meron man sobrang baba din.

Hoping to receive tips, guides or pwede ring donation as my starting capital hehe.

Here's my fresh bitcoin address. I used coinbase (Hmmm okay lang po d2 ako nagpawallet? Sa mga guides n nababasa ko eto lagi ang preferred)

15eymbTzBVK61f8Ht9kXoVbcVJwdbmWLrP

Good day sa lahat Cheesy

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June 11, 2014, 03:49:24 AM
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Use your Bitcoin to buy Globe, Smart, and Sun prepaid load online!

Just go to BuyLoad.PH, type in your mobile number, and send your Bitcoin payment to the wallet address provided. You'll get exactly PHP25.00 worth of load for every PHP25.00 worth of Bitcoin--no service fees, and no registration required.

BuyLoad.PH is a coins.ph service.
http://www.buyload.ph


Look, I am not really trying to promote coins.ph, and I will use coinxchange.ph if I need PHP for my BTC Tongue but I like to post any PH BTC related news in this topic Smiley

edit 1:28PM: just bought some load, let's see how long it takes Smiley
edit 1:38PM: they require 3 confirmations, and I think it's automatic/instant after that. They told me in mail they will require only 1 or 2 confirmations soon. Anyway, I was lucky to get confirmations very quick, so got my load in 10 minutes Smiley walking to the local sari-sari store is faster, but I'm lazy today Cheesy also for "Airtime Top-up" / "Load Remittance" or however you call that, this can be great Smiley





@Henaputi: begging is not appreciated on the forums at all. Asking for donations is def. begging too. Buy some BTC with peso or search for "btc faucets" (and earn almost nothing.) But asking for donations is just lame.

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June 12, 2014, 05:31:22 AM
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Mm I was just about to send some money to PH so I calculated the "Bitcoin remittance way" and the "Normal remittance way".

500 euro has 5 euro fee at worldremit.com considering they are offering almost monthly a 50% fee discount from 10 euro (I basically always use discount - today it's to celebrate independence day.)

Kraken: 505/(462.7*1.002) = 1.089
Bitstamp: 505/((629.77/1.3597)*1.005) = 1.08489

1.089 bitcoin will get me PHP 28.465 on coinxchange.ph.

My remittance service gives me PHP 28.975 and I can pay / receive the money at "M Lhuillier" literally in 1 minute Sad



I really want to use coinxchange.ph soon, but yeh in the end I want most for my money Tongue I will always calculate it based on the moment, so perhaps I will use it next time. Because sometimes the bitcoin way is cheaper Smiley

This post is not critic at coinxchange.ph, considering they are offering the lowest prices by far that is great.

It is just a realistic view to those saying "wooww remittance market so big, bitcoin great for that". Even though it's better than Western Union and Moneygram and stuff, there are also cheap remittance services. I am a huge bitcoin fan though, so I think over time it will get better (perhaps we will even have a real PH exchange in the future.)

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June 12, 2014, 05:45:18 AM
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[...] there are also cheap remittance services. [..]

Demand and supply. There is a huge market for Philippinos living abroad, so competition amongst remitters is higher and prices are lower. It is different for other countries.

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June 12, 2014, 05:53:22 AM
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Yeh true. Just wanted to share the current situation for me personally by calculating some real examples.

Each situation is and will be different though by location, amount, current btc price, current exchanges, BTC usage, etc.

I can imagine if one of these PH "exchanges" (well not real exchange, but you know), have 1000x more volume, they will be able to offer lower prices.

Also perhaps when I only need to send a small amount the bitcoin way is cheaper, I don't know. Or when BTC price is rising the PH sites offer nicer prices, I don't know. Will calculate again when I need it Smiley

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June 16, 2014, 12:27:39 AM
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selling 2 pcs. Ant S1 for 0.75BTC. as is were is. no warranty. free shipping. no psu. thanks. pm me
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June 16, 2014, 10:18:50 PM
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Hello guys, anyone want to earn bitcoins in signature advertising pm me.
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June 17, 2014, 06:54:30 AM
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Congratulations Philippines,

http://i.imgur.com/rHWvub2.png

II'll invite those who are looking to help support phcoin as we can begin developing a community-driven press release for PHCoin's launch and mission... private message me to join the thread!

P2P trades are starting through the allcoin.com exchange that just recently listed phcoin @ https://www.allcoin.com/trade/PHC_BTC Many are realizing the need for a lower cost solution vs traditional methods... A digital currency that will flow in/out of the Philippines using PHC -> BTC -> PESOS -> AUD, USD, YAN, EURO, etc.

http://i.imgur.com/bzKD89H.png
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