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Nejc Kodric (BitStamp.net)
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August 21, 2011, 10:16:08 PM
Last edit: August 22, 2011, 05:47:00 PM by Nejc Kodric (BitStamp.net)
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Hello Bitcoin community!

I`m co-owner of company BitStamp d.o.o. (LLC) that offers BTC/USD exchange service. Link: www.bitstamp.net

-We are located in Slovenia (EU) so all SEPA deposits and withdrawals can be sent or received next business day.
-We have no maximum limit for depositing and withdrawing although we recommend 50 000€ to be max. limit. due to simplifying the legal procedure.
-We charge 0,50% fee for exchanging goods. All new clients registered till 1th of September receive 30 days commission free bonus! Quick registration link: https://www.bitstamp.net/account/register/
-you can send funds to your friends and family with BitStamp Codes - instantly, safe and free of charge
-our system is written by professionals with lots of experience in information security
-easy trading with daily charts, intra-day charts, market data
-our main priority is to help bitcoin community grow and make it user friendly in every days life

We have great plans for future and are thrilled to be part of what we believe the simplest and safest way of exchanging goods.

Try it, trading starts now!

Your sincerely,
Nejc Kodric
www.BitStamp.net
Questions? -No problem! Mail me nejc.kodric@bitstamp.net

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Since this is a BTC/USD market but funds are added and withdrawn as EUR (SEPA zone transfer), how (i.e., what rate) and when does conversion occur?

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September 19, 2011, 07:12:27 PM
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Since this is a BTC/USD market but funds are added and withdrawn as EUR (SEPA zone transfer), how (i.e., what rate) and when does conversion occur?


Dear Stephen!

We accept SEPA deposits as well as international deposits. All transfered funds are automatically converted USD and credited to your BitStamp account.

All funds transferred in EUR will be exchanged to USD by our bank. You can check current exchange rates here http://www.ecb.int/stats/exchange/eurofxref/html/index.en.html.

Your sincerely,
Nejc Kodric
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Questions? -No problem! Mail me nejc.kodric@bitstamp.net

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sending spam emails is certainly not going to make me sign up
Huh! Leaked MtGox database in action?
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