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February 10, 2012, 05:53:34 PM

I want a local exchange here in Las Vegas. I want to convince a local gold exchange to start dealing with Bitcoin and I need help with a plan of attack.

My idea is simple, but I need some help with a strategy. I have a little bit of a relationship with at least one gold exchange after they recently purchased some silver coins from me but I'm hoping what I'm about to do will be useful to others in other areas to help sell them on this idea.

I want to give a gold exchange $200 in cash to hold on to as good faith deposit if they accept the terms of this little adventure together. This is to help assure them I'm not scamming them or trying to sell them something. If they accept, I'll give them another $100 cash and walk them through setting up their own exchange account, make the deposit of my $100 to be turned into coin, and then show them how to turn the dollars into Bitcoin and safely store them and transfer them to me. Once this transaction is complete, the would return my $200 cash deposit.

First and foremost, I need a simple contract that will guarantee the return of my deposit, minus any fees they incurred (yes I will pay them to make money off my exchange and cover their expenses). Then I will need to have a simple bullet list of how I will help them learn this, the procedure, and what they can expect.

Some of the things I would like them to understand:
* I'm paying you to learn how to earn additional by exchanging Bitcoins
* a balance sheet of how much money will be exchanged for deposit fees, conversion fees, and general exchange rates so it's very easy to see where the money is at any point in the process
* I have free advertising/publicity for them (great place since Las Vegas is a tourist destination)
* x number of potential local customers so they understand the initial volume

If you have any suggestions and/or can help me draft a simple contract, lets hear it.

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February 13, 2012, 06:35:01 AM

He's a merchant so he deals with CC companies, bond with him based on your mutual hate for them.

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