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May 01, 2014, 01:50:13 AM
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usually use local btc but dont' really like it and its kinda expensive

any other btc traders that accept bank deposits or something I can easily get with cash? or atleast a trader who accepts payments form another payment provider I can easily add cash to.
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May 01, 2014, 01:55:51 AM
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usually use local btc but dont' really like it and its kinda expensive

any other btc traders that accept bank deposits or something I can easily get with cash? or atleast a trader who accepts payments form another payment provider I can easily add cash to.

It mostly depends on where do you live?
There are some exchanges where you can deposit money and buy BTC.

What is your country name?


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May 01, 2014, 02:06:04 AM
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usually use local btc but dont' really like it and its kinda expensive

any other btc traders that accept bank deposits or something I can easily get with cash? or atleast a trader who accepts payments form another payment provider I can easily add cash to.

It mostly depends on where do you live?
There are some exchanges where you can deposit money and buy BTC.

What is your country name?
sorry i forgot to mention, noob mistake I know.  I am located in SE USA.  I have clsoe access to moenygram, western union, and most major banks are within a coupe mile proximity of me. (live in a decent sized city)
if theres no real great things about any sites i can stil with LocalBTC.. but I feel like there's somewhere with cheaper listings. BTC-E (which i like to keep btc in incase i need to sell fast) list btc for about $450....  but i see on localbtc that they go 475+ for not so great methods, and $500+ for regular cash deposits... ony other people i know to get cash -> btc is wants to meetup in my city but has a $1k minimum. :\

edit; also willing to do bank acc/savings acc if they offer >24hr payment, coinbase wont accept my identity for w.e reason
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May 01, 2014, 02:10:33 AM
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usually use local btc but dont' really like it and its kinda expensive

any other btc traders that accept bank deposits or something I can easily get with cash? or atleast a trader who accepts payments form another payment provider I can easily add cash to.

It mostly depends on where do you live?
There are some exchanges where you can deposit money and buy BTC.

What is your country name?
sorry i forgot to mention, noob mistake I know.  I am located in SE USA.  I have clsoe access to moenygram, western union, and most major banks are within a coupe mile proximity of me. (live in a decent sized city)
if theres no real great things about any sites i can stil with LocalBTC.. but I feel like there's somewhere with cheaper listings. BTC-E (which i like to keep btc in incase i need to sell fast) list btc for about $450....  but i see on localbtc that they go 475+ for not so great methods, and $500+ for regular cash deposits... ony other people i know to get cash -> btc is wants to meetup in my city but has a $1k minimum. :\

So why just not use Coinbase.com or bitstamp.net if you live in US.


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May 01, 2014, 02:15:57 AM
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Check your PM inbox please.
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May 01, 2014, 04:55:28 AM
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Check your PM inbox please.
local btc is not working for me for some reason... it's strange.
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May 01, 2014, 07:39:16 AM
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You have limited options, until a bitcoin atm is near your area like some countries.

But, in the US its localbitcoins.com or coinbase.

And if you want to press your luck with deposits then you have btc-e, and bitstamp.
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May 01, 2014, 11:32:33 AM
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Since you are in US, Coinbase should be the best way for buying bitcoin with bank transfers.

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May 01, 2014, 11:34:56 AM
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Set up an account with Coinbase.
It'll take a couple weeks to be fully up due to requirements needed. But once set up, it is a very smooth way to buy and sell BTC.

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May 01, 2014, 06:24:49 PM
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usually use local btc but dont' really like it and its kinda expensive

any other btc traders that accept bank deposits or something I can easily get with cash? or atleast a trader who accepts payments form another payment provider I can easily add cash to.

Localbitcoins is good as you don't need to verify your identity.
You could use coinbase and bitstamp, but you will need to do lengthy ID verification process.

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May 01, 2014, 07:14:46 PM
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By using Coinbase, its the only way to buy btc in america cheaper
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May 01, 2014, 10:17:16 PM
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I have to reccimend coinbase for buying bitcoins because when u buy u get whatever price u bought at not whatever it is when ur money is available Smiley

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May 01, 2014, 11:57:12 PM
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I would only recommend coinbase if you are only doing small transactions, no major ones.  I've heard many bad things about coinbase when it comes to processing big BTC transactions.
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May 02, 2014, 12:58:12 AM
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I would only recommend coinbase if you are only doing small transactions, no major ones.  I've heard many bad things about coinbase when it comes to processing big BTC transactions.

Could you elaborate a little bit or share a link please? Thanks.

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May 02, 2014, 02:04:23 AM
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Which country do you buy from?

Did you tried coinbase? Looks like they are the cheapest, but still there are many companies who are competiting for the cheapest prices, just google "Buy Bitcoins".
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May 02, 2014, 04:27:34 AM
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Which country do you buy from?

Did you tried coinbase? Looks like they are the cheapest, but still there are many companies who are competiting for the cheapest prices, just google "Buy Bitcoins".

OP is in US and he can't pass the identity verification on coinbase.

sorry i forgot to mention, noob mistake I know.  I am located in SE USA.  I have clsoe access to moenygram, western union, and most major banks are within a coupe mile proximity of me. (live in a decent sized city)
if theres no real great things about any sites i can stil with LocalBTC.. but I feel like there's somewhere with cheaper listings. BTC-E (which i like to keep btc in incase i need to sell fast) list btc for about $450....  but i see on localbtc that they go 475+ for not so great methods, and $500+ for regular cash deposits... ony other people i know to get cash -> btc is wants to meetup in my city but has a $1k minimum. :\

edit; also willing to do bank acc/savings acc if they offer >24hr payment, coinbase wont accept my identity for w.e reason

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May 02, 2014, 04:30:09 AM
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I would suggest OP to try bitstamp. It is one of the biggest exchanges. Cheesy

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May 03, 2014, 12:10:20 PM
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www.Bitcoin-Brokers.org allows cash deposits at most banks.

Here is the review thread:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=237164.0

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Coinbase have both positive and negative reviews. It will be better to try just small amount with it to test first.

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