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August 25, 2011, 06:37:48 PM
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Whoever needs a small amount of BTC, I am selling bits of 0.1 BTC for EUR with SEPA transfer in the EU.

I charge 5% less then the last 24h (Weighted Prices) for EUR - small table on the right side on http://bitcoincharts.com/markets/

It's an ongoing offer. One transaction per person only!

Post in this thread if you want to make a transaction, and I'll message you the bank account data and amount to send.

When sending me the SEPA bank transfer, I require you to note the exact time you send it from the bank, and e-mail me the time - I do this to test how fast SEPA transfers come from different banks in the EU.

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August 28, 2011, 06:35:07 AM
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Seems like you ought want several from each person at various times and days of the week, no? You might also have more luck if you are flexible on the amount. I doubt many people want to bother with a $1 transfer.

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August 28, 2011, 06:47:45 AM
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Well, I can be a bit flexible, like sell 0.15 BTC, but not too much as I don't want to get rid of too many valuable Bitcoins for cheap. Of course if someone offers proper price, I can sell more. Or is offering an out-of-EU SWIFT wire transfer with OUR fee option. Or anything like that interesting, like any wire on another currency then EUR, then I can pay more, as I didn't get any of those yet. I also pay more for transfers from HSBC, as I am especially interested in testing those.

Several, OK, but if they are at least an hour apart, and during hours 09:00 - 15:00 - to test cut-off times, which seem to vary between 10:30 and 15:00 between different banks.

Any SEPA after 15:00 will leave the bank next day anyway, and the earliest cut-off time for SEPA I've seen so far is 10:30.

German local bank transfers are also interesting. Between my accounts, if ordered before 19:50, they arrive in the other bank next day before 09:10, contrary to what other people say that they take 3 days. So I am interested in figuring out where those mysterious transfers which hide in a black hole for 3 days come from, because I haven't witnessed one so far. Of course if someone orders a transfer on Monday at 21:00 and checks the other bank on Wednesday at 06:30, the transfer won't be there, and he might say "oh look, it takes three days - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday", but sorry, that's just not counting the days properly, and not knowing that for the bank, after cut-off time is like already next day, so that doesn't count.

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