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June 12, 2018, 12:39:41 AM
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Long time lurker here;

Edit 2: TL;DR: where can I acquire bitcoin through credit card only without $300 fee and that isn't coinbase because they're having an error where you can't add new cards?

Anyway I invested all my savings into 3 mining rigs back in 2016. I paid the rigs off and have since been using the profits to pay off a high interest loan I have that was killing me in monthly interest. This means I currently have no savings.


I'd really love to buy one fpga card from the group buy. I have a verified coin base account and an unverified bittrex account. I'm trying to buy bitcoin with two seperate 0% credit cards through xoinbase but keep getting the infamous "something went wrong" error. I was going to buy bitcoin on credit through changelly but the fee was $300

--Here are my questions--

1. How else can I acquire bitcoin through the use of <credit> cards?
2. Is there a way where I can use two different payments from two credit cards directly to the fpga land site?



Edit 1: in case this isn't adding up;

X1 fpga group buy card is $3,660. I don't have a credit card with that high of a limit that isn't stupid high interest.
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June 12, 2018, 02:03:04 AM
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Firstly I personally wouldn't recommending buying BTC on credit, especially given the current bear trends that are popping up atm.
Negative Nancying out of the way, I've previously used Cubits - https://cubits.com/. I believe they are a German exchange and they allow you to buy straight from a credit card in USD.
They do require KYC and its a bit more in depth than other places (you have a skype-ish chat with someone who verifies your identity and documents) but it is really quick and easy.
There is a bit of a fee for purchasing off a CC (but i think you should expect that given the ease for users) although its no where near $300 flat fee.
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June 12, 2018, 04:01:31 AM
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Firstly I personally wouldn't recommending buying BTC on credit, especially given the current bear trends that are popping up atm.
Negative Nancying out of the way, I've previously used Cubits - https://cubits.com/. I believe they are a German exchange and they allow you to buy straight from a credit card in USD.
They do require KYC and its a bit more in depth than other places (you have a skype-ish chat with someone who verifies your identity and documents) but it is really quick and easy.
There is a bit of a fee for purchasing off a CC (but i think you should expect that given the ease for users) although its no where near $300 flat fee.

dang they dont support US in their verification process for 'legal restrictions'
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