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July 13, 2011, 05:26:30 PM
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What?  Discrimination!

256 characters too long
128 characters too long
96 characters too long
64 characters too long
48 characters too long
40 characters too long
36 characters too long
32 characters too long
28 characters - Accepted

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July 15, 2011, 04:35:35 PM
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Normally passwords are too short Cheesy.

Thing is, Bitmarket.eu is currently the only marketplace where you can sell your Bitcoins for euros without an addtional charge. Your next battle is to get accepted as a trader. Good luck!

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July 15, 2011, 09:30:46 PM
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Normally passwords are too short Cheesy.

Thing is, Bitmarket.eu is currently the only marketplace where you can sell your Bitcoins for euros without an addtional charge. Your next battle is to get accepted as a trader. Good luck!



What about Intersango?
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July 16, 2011, 10:00:22 AM
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Normally passwords are too short Cheesy.

Thing is, Bitmarket.eu is currently the only marketplace where you can sell your Bitcoins for euros without an addtional charge. Your next battle is to get accepted as a trader. Good luck!
What about Intersango?
Good that you mention it. Where bitmarket.eu is an escrow service, Intersango is an exchange. The advantage of an exchange is that you don't need to get "accepted" as a trader, but you do have to pay the additional charge: "Receiving a SEPA transfer will cost 5 PLN (1.27 EUR)." In Europe we miss a service like Dwolla which only charges $0,25 for wiring money. I also found an overview or charges of different services, maybe it will help someone.

So thanks for the tip Smiley, but with Intersange you pay quite a big additional charge.

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