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August 14, 2018, 11:49:24 AM
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Hi all, any traders able to recommend a reliable company that can buy Bitcoin in bulk quantities for wire transfers? A number of my clients have approached me looking to sell their positions in Bitcoin, some of which are companies / groups.
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August 14, 2018, 12:03:05 PM
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There are reliable exchangers that can exchange your bitcoin to fiat for. Using exchangers is better and safe though KYC will be needed. you can use luno.com, bitpesa.co or remitano . It advisable to sell be to very close and trusted people if you when to sell to people offline.

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August 14, 2018, 12:49:24 PM
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Thank you for the response. Are some of those sites suitable for 10,000 BTC or more transactions?
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August 14, 2018, 12:55:46 PM
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Hi all, any traders able to recommend a reliable company that can buy Bitcoin in bulk quantities for wire transfers? A number of my clients have approached me looking to sell their positions in Bitcoin, some of which are companies / groups.
You can move here to search for any trader who can make a deal with you. But I recommend direct exchanges and direct trades to avoid risks because the number of deals you make is large. This is where you can find what you want: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=53.0

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August 18, 2018, 03:28:40 PM
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You can take the help from the different exchanges that will help you in this regard. Using these will prove you more safety and reliability. You can go to bitpesa, remitarno etc. Try to sell to the people who are trustable.
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August 18, 2018, 04:38:57 PM
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Try using the help of exchanges like remitarno. You might be able to get the assistance that you are looking for by using exchanges like this.
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August 18, 2018, 07:06:34 PM
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These are some exchanges that does exchange BTC for fiat. BTC ATMs are also there for this work, but it needs to be installed in your country.
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August 18, 2018, 07:14:47 PM
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Get in touch with the customer support of exchanges and they can help you to trade your bitcoins no matter how large the quantity is. It is better and secured to use exchanges than individuals in purchase of bitcoins with large quantity.

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August 18, 2018, 07:17:00 PM
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Hi all, any traders able to recommend a reliable company that can buy Bitcoin in bulk quantities for wire transfers? A number of my clients have approached me looking to sell their positions in Bitcoin, some of which are companies / groups.

I must say that those are a bunch of dumb clients. Smiley) Or maybe they have just reached the edge of the knife and need to pay their rent. I'm not judging anyone.  Cheesy Why don't you just make an account on bittrex, bitstamp, kraken, etc. and sell them there?

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August 18, 2018, 08:46:16 PM
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It’s better to use exchanges since they will provide more security and ease of transactions. You can check at Coinbase, Kraken or Localbitcoins to sell your btc. If you want to sell directly to someone without any exchange just make sure the person is trustworthy enough and doesn’t commit any fraud.
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August 18, 2018, 09:10:41 PM
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many exchange markets can be used to sell bitcoin, just choose what currency you want to exchange dollars, euros, yen, everything is there. why should you be confused, you can choose the bitcoin trading market here https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin/#markets

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August 18, 2018, 09:46:14 PM
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Hi all, any traders able to recommend a reliable company that can buy Bitcoin in bulk quantities for wire transfers? A number of my clients have approached me looking to sell their positions in Bitcoin, some of which are companies / groups.

I must say that those are a bunch of dumb clients. Smiley) Or maybe they have just reached the edge of the knife and need to pay their rent. I'm not judging anyone.  Cheesy Why don't you just make an account on bittrex, bitstamp, kraken, etc. and sell them there?

Because he's likely just a troll starting an FUD thread here.

If he really did want to sell 10,000+ BTC, then over-the-counter (OTC) would be the way to go -- not directly on exchange order books. That way, he could avoid slippage. Bitfinex has an OTC trading desk, and so does itBit.

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August 18, 2018, 09:52:47 PM
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Hi all, any traders able to recommend a reliable company that can buy Bitcoin in bulk quantities for wire transfers? A number of my clients have approached me looking to sell their positions in Bitcoin, some of which are companies / groups.

I must say that those are a bunch of dumb clients. Smiley) Or maybe they have just reached the edge of the knife and need to pay their rent. I'm not judging anyone.  Cheesy Why don't you just make an account on bittrex, bitstamp, kraken, etc. and sell them there?

Because he's likely just a troll starting an FUD thread here.

If he really did want to sell 10,000+ BTC, then over-the-counter (OTC) would be the way to go -- not directly on exchange order books. That way, he could avoid slippage. Bitfinex has an OTC trading desk, and so does itBit.

That was also my first thought after seeing this thread. He's deliberately telling how much he has to sell, even though we haven't asked. People who have 10k BTC don't know where to sell it? Maybe they should do it in the same place where they bought it Lips sealed
I don't believe anyone would hold 10000 BTC without knowing how to trade it.

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August 18, 2018, 10:03:06 PM
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Hi all, any traders able to recommend a reliable company that can buy Bitcoin in bulk quantities for wire transfers? A number of my clients have approached me looking to sell their positions in Bitcoin, some of which are companies / groups.

I must say that those are a bunch of dumb clients. Smiley) Or maybe they have just reached the edge of the knife and need to pay their rent. I'm not judging anyone.  Cheesy Why don't you just make an account on bittrex, bitstamp, kraken, etc. and sell them there?

Because he's likely just a troll starting an FUD thread here.

If he really did want to sell 10,000+ BTC, then over-the-counter (OTC) would be the way to go -- not directly on exchange order books. That way, he could avoid slippage. Bitfinex has an OTC trading desk, and so does itBit.
Gemini does as well, I agree this is just a bull shitter move, he wouldn't be posting here and would be calling and contacting exchanges directly if he was any sort of real professional. Ignore the troll and move along.














 

 

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