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November 27, 2013, 11:59:35 PM
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Hey guys,

looking to buy BTC or a BTC-E code. We can discuss how payment is made, before now I have been using localbitcoins which operates via simple wire transfer but that's no longer an option thanks to the ridiculous markup, so I'm not familiar with most of the online transfer methods.

Paypal would be beautiful but the consensus seems to be that you can recall payment somehow?

Bottomline is since localbitcoins prices went ridiculous I have opened an account on mt gox, ten days later still not verified... no uk bank transfers to BTC-E so I'd have to swim through a currency swap site, to an e-pay site, to finally get it there, taking it up the ass in transaction fees every time.

looking for between .6 and .7 BTC, please let me know if you can help me out.
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November 28, 2013, 12:06:27 AM
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Hey guys,

looking to buy BTC or a BTC-E code. We can discuss how payment is made, before now I have been using localbitcoins which operates via simple wire transfer but that's no longer an option thanks to the ridiculous markup, so I'm not familiar with most of the online transfer methods.

Paypal would be beautiful but the consensus seems to be that you can recall payment somehow?

Bottomline is since localbitcoins prices went ridiculous I have opened an account on mt gox, ten days later still not verified... no uk bank transfers to BTC-E so I'd have to swim through a currency swap site, to an e-pay site, to finally get it there, taking it up the ass in transaction fees every time.

looking for between .6 and .7 BTC, please let me know if you can help me out.
do you have litecoins?
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November 28, 2013, 12:12:30 AM
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I have no cryptocurrency at the minute, sorry.

Also for passerbyers, if you can suggest me to a way that's relatively simple, and not too expensive, to get bitcoins considering I have access to only UK and Canadian bank accounts(no longer a resident of canada so cannot get verified on CDN exchanges) I would much appreciate it, getting beyond frustrated trying to find a way to trade.

Thanks, guys.

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November 28, 2013, 12:13:53 AM
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I have no cryptocurrency at the minute, sorry.

Also for passerbyers, if you can suggest me to a way that's relatively simple, and not too expensive, to get bitcoins considering I have access to only UK and Canadian bank accounts(no longer a resident of canada so cannot get verified on CDN exchanges) I would much appreciate it, getting beyond frustrated trying to find a way to trade.

Thanks, guys.


If u had litecoin it would be possible to trade lite for bit but cash doesnt work much here
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November 28, 2013, 12:32:35 AM
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prices went ridiculous I have opened an account on mt gox, ten days later still not verified... no uk bank transfers to BTC-E so I'd have to swim through a currency swap site, to an e-pay site, to finally get it there, taking it up the ass in transaction fees every time.

I wonder why you did not set up Bitstamp, send SEPA transfer and get verified. Might take one week though
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November 28, 2013, 12:34:10 AM
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https://localbitcoins.com

No muss, no fuss.

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November 28, 2013, 12:35:56 AM
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Yeah I might do, but hopefully in a week mt gox will have sorted itself out? Just want £400 worth to do some speculating now.
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November 28, 2013, 12:37:20 AM
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https://localbitcoins.com

No muss, no fuss.

looking to buy BTC or a BTC-E code. We can discuss how payment is made, before now I have been using localbitcoins which operates via simple wire transfer but that's no longer an option thanks to the ridiculous markup, so I'm not familiar with most of the online transfer methods.


I agree the prices are way over spot on localbitcoins
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November 28, 2013, 12:42:05 AM
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to be honest I didn't really expect anything to come of this, just thought I'd try it since I have looked everywhere else to make a purchase at a reasonable rate.


Yeah localbitcoins sellers honestly take the piss. Tried to buy on there last night but my bank apparently won't do transfers that larger after hours. Was gonna but at £50 over market rate, by the time I woke up prices were already £150+ over market...
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