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September 05, 2011, 05:41:27 AM
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Looking for advice on where to store the Bitcoin generated cash. Are there single use or reloadable cards under VISA or MC that do not require ID or have to be tied to a physical address that can be used for online purchases? Please post or PM. Thank you!

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September 05, 2011, 06:05:51 AM
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Yup.  If you are in the U.S. they sell them at every major grocery store, in the little kiosk with all the gift cards and phone reload cards and crap near the lottery/cigarettes/checkout area, usually.  Just look for MC/VISA logos hard enough and you will find it.  Usually costs $5.95, but you have to read the fine print for the maximum value that can be stored.  Can range from $300 to $10,000.  My local stores don't carry about $500 max value cards, so for those might have to shop around.  Also not sure how to get the dollars from the exchange to the card directly, never actually did it myself.

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