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November 01, 2013, 07:24:47 AM
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Has anyone heard of or used bitlaunder.com?? I'm trying to wash a small amount of btc, .17 to be exact. All of the popular and reputable site's have a minimum amount of usually around .2, .3 and before you say why don't you just buy more to meet that requirement, I don't have the funds to do so at the moment. I cannot find any feedback about this site but they seem legit, although, so did OnionWallet, EasyCoin, OnionBC, etc (Thank God I did some research). Is there a way that I can anonymize them myself?? Any feedback would be greatly appreciated, Thanks!!
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November 01, 2013, 07:40:09 AM
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I could launder your coins for a small .01 fee.
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November 01, 2013, 07:43:32 AM
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Wouldn't a bitcoin casino work for this?
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November 05, 2013, 12:54:44 AM
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Has anyone heard of or used bitlaunder.com?? I'm trying to wash a small amount of btc, .17 to be exact. All of the popular and reputable site's have a minimum amount of usually around .2, .3 and before you say why don't you just buy more to meet that requirement, I don't have the funds to do so at the moment. I cannot find any feedback about this site but they seem legit, although, so did OnionWallet, EasyCoin, OnionBC, etc (Thank God I did some research). Is there a way that I can anonymize them myself?? Any feedback would be greatly appreciated, Thanks!!

1. Create an account on btc-e.
2. Deposit btc there.
3. Buy ltc.
4. Withdraw to virwox (I think you have to wait 3 days after registration).
5. Convert to btc.
6. Withdraw.  

Obviously different mails/usernames, tor with different identities for each site is also a good idea...  for extra security you may try to exchange into some another coin outside of exchange

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February 10, 2014, 06:50:04 PM
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They are not legit.  I got ripped and so have a few others.

See here:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=453671.0

Don't use them.  Stay away!!!
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February 10, 2014, 06:54:59 PM
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Try sharedcoin.com a service from blockchain.info

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February 10, 2014, 10:03:33 PM
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***UPDATE***

Mr. Moriarty just got in touch with me. 

I have to say that he is in the process of making things right with me.  He owed me .3234 BTC.  After a couple of back and forth emails, we agreed to the following.  I would remove the negative rating and he would deposit .20 BTC in my account.  Which he has done.  Further, once I update the posts I have made and let folks know the outcome, he will then release the balance of .1234 BTC to me.

After having talked with Mr. Moriarty, I was informed that somehow my account was hacked.  He does seem to be quite busy working to contain the situation.  The fact that he is reimbursing me out of his own pocket, in my opinion, does speak volumes to this man's character.

Bitlaunder.com seems to be making the effort to correct things.
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February 12, 2014, 11:02:47 PM
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Try sharedcoin.com a service from blockchain.info

Yup, SharedCoin is pretty good, and you can also use gambling sites/exchanges as well Smiley
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February 13, 2014, 11:33:05 AM
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***UPDATE***

Mr. Moriarty just got in touch with me. 

I have to say that he is in the process of making things right with me.  He owed me .3234 BTC.  After a couple of back and forth emails, we agreed to the following.  I would remove the negative rating and he would deposit .20 BTC in my account.  Which he has done.  Further, once I update the posts I have made and let folks know the outcome, he will then release the balance of .1234 BTC to me.

After having talked with Mr. Moriarty, I was informed that somehow my account was hacked.  He does seem to be quite busy working to contain the situation.  The fact that he is reimbursing me out of his own pocket, in my opinion, does speak volumes to this man's character.

Bitlaunder.com seems to be making the effort to correct things.

Best change your username then lol.

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February 13, 2014, 04:04:52 PM
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***UPDATE***

Mr. Moriarty just got in touch with me. 

I have to say that he is in the process of making things right with me.  He owed me .3234 BTC.  After a couple of back and forth emails, we agreed to the following.  I would remove the negative rating and he would deposit .20 BTC in my account.  Which he has done.  Further, once I update the posts I have made and let folks know the outcome, he will then release the balance of .1234 BTC to me.

After having talked with Mr. Moriarty, I was informed that somehow my account was hacked.  He does seem to be quite busy working to contain the situation.  The fact that he is reimbursing me out of his own pocket, in my opinion, does speak volumes to this man's character.

Bitlaunder.com seems to be making the effort to correct things.

Best change your username then lol.

Maybe simply abandon this account lol  Cheesy
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