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November 22, 2011, 03:01:45 AM
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The problem is you accept money from people, and directly open bank accounts ect.

Why not just host your exchange in Costa Rica like LR and not allow anybody direct payments in. Let resellers like exchangers sell WBXdollars or pin codes to fund a trading account and if customers want to cash out in AUD, they find an Australian exchanger to do it. they handle all the ID, you just move around transactions internally and collect trading fees.

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November 22, 2011, 12:50:40 PM
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Is it just me or is Andre Jensen's childlike misspellings and lack of proof-reading a dead give away that World Bitcoin Exchange is run by 12 year olds?

I think that's unfair, all my dealings with them have been positive besides having my account frozen due to outside regulations, and they sorted that out for me in a few hours well outside of business hours, and going by the volume the exchange is nowhere near their fulltime job. 
Main reason I was upset earlier in this thread was because I thought the verification process was going to take days/weeks and be as painful as the mtgox process(I knew the verification was coming because wbx volume has spiked to 500-1000btc/day over the last few weeks).
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November 22, 2011, 07:56:51 PM
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it's good in a way that volumes are picking up, means I make up much less of the bids/offers, but also means there are people ahead of me in the queue

also, having liquidity allows people to come in with larger bids/offers and narrower spreads
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