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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,



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.

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June 18, 2014, 03:10:01 AM
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We are very happy to announce our first Philippines Bitcoin service called Bitmarket.ph
 
Bitmarket.ph is a grassroots online marketplace, directory, and payment processor for entrepreneurs in the Philippines. Our initial target market is small local businesses, with an emphasis on the thousands of social media merchants and small business owners who have no access to traditional online payment methods like credit cards or PayPal due to the many barriers of entry. We want to connect them to the entire country and the world, using the Bitcoin payment network, to give them a fighting chance against a growing global marketplace. Besides an online marketplace for Filipino merchants, we aim to assist local non-profit organizations and charitable institutions as well.

Bitmarket.ph is a company founded by a team of trusted local entrepreneurs with a great track record in multiple local industries with many diverse interests, employing hundreds of people between them.

We believe Bitcoin will be an empowering tool for an emerging market like the Philippines. Even though a very large percentage of Filipinos have no access to traditional banking, about 40 million Filipinos have access to the Internet, and mobile phone penetration is almost 100%. There is a great potential for this market to bypass current traditional payment systems and make the leap to the next step, which we believe will be Bitcoin. Bitmarket.ph aims to be at the forefront of this leap forward.

Merchants working with Bitmarket.ph right now have had some success by gaining recognition not just in the local Bitcoin community but in the worldwide Bitcoin community as well. Bunny Baker, a small cake-making business, started accepting Bitcoin as early as December of 2013. Mr. Delicious is an artisanal sundries merchant that sells gourmet bacon and cured meats and started accepting Bitcoin even though their shop is located only in a weekend market. Wingman Acacia Estates is the first restaurant in the Philippines to officially accept Bitcoin payments and hosted a very successful Bitcoin Philippine meet-up last May 10, 2014.

We believe Bitcoin’s biggest potential in the Philippine market is to empower hard-working and enterprising Filipinos.

Bitmarket.ph offers career opportunities in the most groundbreaking and game-changing industry in the world today; the digital currency revolution.

We are building the foundations of a new economy alongside the brightest minds in the world of technology, marketing, and financial services. We are looking for dynamic and driven individuals with a passion for making a positive change in their community.

At Bitmarket.ph, your educational or professional background will not matter much. What matters to us is where you want to go from here. We don't just want employees, we want partners. We don't want people who are contented with the status quo, we want fearless people who are not afraid to become movers and shakers. As part of the Bitmarket team, you will have ownership in what we build together, by virtue of our equity program. You will also have creative freedom to start your own projects as well.

Join our team as we blaze the trail and create value for everyone's future. Bitmarket.ph is a venture of Satoshi Citadel Industries Inc.

WHAT ARE WE OFFERING?

    Great compensation
    Meaningful equity and ESOP shares for our pioneer employees
    Standard benefits/13th month pay
    Performance bonuses
    Room for creativity and growth
    Full or partial Bitcoin compensation
    Flexible time
    Work with the brightest minds and the most awesome people
    A chance to be part of something bigger than all of us

POSITIONS AVAILABLE:

    Marketing and Sales
    PHP/Web Developers
    UI/UX Designers

CONTACT

    Bitmarket.ph Inc.
    Rm 203 Renaissance Condominium,
    Salcedo St. Legaspi Village, Makati,
    Metro Manila Philippines 1223
    +63 915 260 0758
    jobs@bitmarket.ph
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June 18, 2014, 04:14:51 AM
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Congratulations Philippines,


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.


congrats i hope price will increase.
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June 19, 2014, 02:15:07 AM
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The first ever Bitcoin ATM in the Philippines brought in by the team from BitMarket.ph and Satoshi Citadel Industries

http://youtu.be/PRzyOOKXTKc

ATM available to use at BitMarket.ph office.
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June 24, 2014, 03:01:20 AM
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meron na bang faucet ng PHcoins?
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June 24, 2014, 08:43:25 AM
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The first ever Bitcoin ATM in the Philippines brought in by the team from BitMarket.ph and Satoshi Citadel Industries

http://youtu.be/PRzyOOKXTKc

ATM available to use at BitMarket.ph office.

Great news.  Cheesy

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June 27, 2014, 02:32:14 AM
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meron na bang faucet ng PHcoins?
https://twitter.com/bebejaz
https://www.facebook.com/PHCOINorg?ref_type=bookmark
http://phcointalk.org/discussion/1025/phcoin-giveaway-phc
http://phcointalk.org/discussion/58/phcoin-sign-up-rewards-bounty

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June 27, 2014, 02:40:55 AM
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The first ever Bitcoin ATM in the Philippines brought in by the team from BitMarket.ph and Satoshi Citadel Industries

http://youtu.be/PRzyOOKXTKc

ATM available to use at BitMarket.ph office.

Has anyone use this yet? How is your experience? Any fees to pay for every transaction? For example for withdrawal and deposit scenarios.
What is the maximum amount one can withdraw and deposit in a day?

Thanks.

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June 27, 2014, 03:50:22 AM
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Bitwarrior, it's a one-way atm, meaning you can only buy bitcoin, not sell bitcoin.  It's the fastest way to buy bitcoin, since you can just feed peso into the machine and it sends to your external wallet.  But it's not the cheapest alternative.  For that you might want to check out one of the exchanges like coinxchange.ph or coins.ph.

I don't know what the limits are.  There's no user registration, so I guess it's not limited.

Coinxchange Philippines: http://www.coinxchange.ph
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June 27, 2014, 04:16:47 AM
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Bitwarrior, it's a one-way atm, meaning you can only buy bitcoin, not sell bitcoin.  It's the fastest way to buy bitcoin, since you can just feed peso into the machine and it sends to your external wallet.  But it's not the cheapest alternative.  For that you might want to check out one of the exchanges like coinxchange.ph or coins.ph.

I don't know what the limits are.  There's no user registration, so I guess it's not limited.

Thank you for answering my query . Smiley

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Faucet is underway 1 mill phc giveaway
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June 30, 2014, 12:55:38 AM
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anyone tried selling @ coinexchange.ph or coins.ph are they legit? Ive been using buybitcoins on these past months but recently their support are not answering queries so im kinda hesitant..
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June 30, 2014, 02:08:36 AM
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anyone tried selling @ coinexchange.ph or coins.ph are they legit? Ive been using buybitcoins on these past months but recently their support are not answering queries so im kinda hesitant..

They are both legit. Smiley You might want to try the first one though (oh, I see, you already have.)

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June 30, 2014, 02:56:05 AM
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anyone tried selling @ coinexchange.ph or coins.ph are they legit? Ive been using buybitcoins on these past months but recently their support are not answering queries so im kinda hesitant..

edit buybitcoin support replied and successfully processed my transaction. Smiley
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