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October 29, 2013, 07:59:21 AM
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Bittylicious, an easy way to buy Bitcoins, goes global

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London, 29th October 2013. Bittylicious, an easy way to buy Bitcoins, expands into The Netherlands, South Africa and the Czech Republic.

Bittylicious has launched new services for users in three new countries: The Netherlands, paying in Euros via SEPA; South Africa, paying in Randa via FNB bank; and the Czech Republic, paying in Czech Koruna. This is in addition to its primary service, offering users in the UK the ability to using online banking with any bank to purchase Bitcoins quickly and easily.

The aim of Bittylicious is to offer users the easiest way to acquire Bitcoins. New users are welcome to purchase a small amount of Bitcoins without even registering, although larger amounts can be purchased by going through the various account verification methods. Users have 30 minutes to make any bank account transfers and when this is performed, the user clicks Payment sent and sellers in the various countries will periodically check their account looking for the payment. This is usually noticed within a few minutes, after which the Bitcoins are automatically transmitted to the user's Bitcoin address.

The team at Bittylicious hope that increasing the global availability of their system will help to promotes Bitcoins as a legitimate and useful alternative currency and especially help in countries where there is a significant price difference between local exchanges and rates on the larger global exchanges.

Bittylicious is looking to expand further and would be very interested in speaking to Bitcoin sellers in any country to see whether it would be feasible to offer services in the seller's location.

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October 29, 2013, 10:55:25 AM
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I would use your service but the price seems always about 12% higher than bitstamp. 2 or even 3% maybe OK, but not at Western Union type spreads.

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October 29, 2013, 12:21:45 PM
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I'll be honest: There's little chance Bittylicious will ever be near to Bitstamp or BTC-e prices. In the UK, markets simply seem to be more expensive so it's only really fair to compare against other markets such as Gox, BB and LB. Bittylicious tends to be similar in price (on average a little more expensive) but ease of use is its real selling factor, not shaving off that extra pound or so.

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October 29, 2013, 12:58:27 PM
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It's still cheaper to buy from localbitcoins Smiley
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October 29, 2013, 01:31:08 PM
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A cheaper and quicker alternative for people from the Netherlands is Bitonic, where you can pay with iDeal and instantly get the bitcoins sent to your wallet.
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October 29, 2013, 11:08:09 PM
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A cheaper and quicker alternative for people from the Netherlands is Bitonic, where you can pay with iDeal and instantly get the bitcoins sent to your wallet.

Interesting. The price is 150.47 euros now while bittylicious has £137 which is 159.95 euros (at the current xe.com rate).

I'll be honest: There's little chance Bittylicious will ever be near to Bitstamp or BTC-e prices. In the UK, markets simply seem to be more expensive so it's only really fair to compare against other markets such as Gox, BB and LB. Bittylicious tends to be similar in price (on average a little more expensive) but ease of use is its real selling factor, not shaving off that extra pound or so.

I hear you, but the reality is the UK buyer is suffering the way it always does with unequal pricing.  I know the ease of use for sterling payment is much better, but btc purchases in any quantity will not make economic sense.

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