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October 25, 2012, 04:22:10 PM
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The only thing that prevents me from using bitcoincentral are the trading limits and the compulsory ID verification.

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October 25, 2012, 04:31:40 PM
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That has always been one of the nice things about intersango.  No identification hassle.  It's not more than a slight inconvenience though, since your bank details identify you anyway when you deposit or cash out.

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October 25, 2012, 04:52:29 PM
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That has always been one of the nice things about intersango.  No identification hassle.  It's not more than a slight inconvenience though, since your bank details identify you anyway when you deposit or cash out.
Not at all. I can open an account, send BTC to my address and trade. No bank gets involved.

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October 25, 2012, 05:02:11 PM
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That has always been one of the nice things about intersango.  No identification hassle.  It's not more than a slight inconvenience though, since your bank details identify you anyway when you deposit or cash out.
Not at all. I can open an account, send BTC to my address and trade. No bank gets involved.

Ahh I guess you have a point if you just want to play the market but never cash out to fiat.

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October 27, 2012, 07:31:32 AM
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Ahh I guess you have a point if you just want to play the market but never cash out to fiat.
There are anon ways to cash out.

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November 19, 2012, 06:17:00 PM
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I see now that Intersango have updated their Fees:

https://intersango.com/fees.php
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TRANSFER FEES
Transfer Type   Accepting deposits   Processing withdrawals
Bitcoin Transfers   Free   Free
EUR (SEPA)   5 PLN (1.23 EUR)   10 EUR
EUR (international)   10 PLN (2.46 EUR)    10 EUR
USD Dwolla   0.25 USD   0.25 USD
PLN (domestic)   Free   Free

It used to be ~1.25Euro for SEPA transfer, now it's 10 Euros.

I wonder do they really charge 10 Euros for SEPA...

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November 19, 2012, 07:00:11 PM
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I see now that Intersango have updated their Fees:

https://intersango.com/fees.php
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TRANSFER FEES
Transfer Type   Accepting deposits   Processing withdrawals
Bitcoin Transfers   Free   Free
EUR (SEPA)   5 PLN (1.23 EUR)   10 EUR
EUR (international)   10 PLN (2.46 EUR)    10 EUR
USD Dwolla   0.25 USD   0.25 USD
PLN (domestic)   Free   Free

It used to be ~1.25Euro for SEPA transfer, not it's 10 Euros.

I wonder do they really charge 10 Euros for SEPA...

damn thats one hell off a fee... one more reason to use another exchange Smiley

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November 19, 2012, 08:51:13 PM
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I see now that Intersango have updated their Fees:

https://intersango.com/fees.php
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TRANSFER FEES
Transfer Type   Accepting deposits   Processing withdrawals
Bitcoin Transfers   Free   Free
EUR (SEPA)   5 PLN (1.23 EUR)   10 EUR
EUR (international)   10 PLN (2.46 EUR)    10 EUR
USD Dwolla   0.25 USD   0.25 USD
PLN (domestic)   Free   Free

It used to be ~1.25Euro for SEPA transfer, not it's 10 Euros.

I wonder do they really charge 10 Euros for SEPA...

damn thats one hell off a fee... one more reason to use another exchange Smiley

EUR (SEPA)   5 PLN (1.23 EUR)   10 EUR
This is really ugly, what those guys are doing. SEPA transfers actually cost about 0.35-0.40 EUR per transactions and fee can be paid by the receiver.
I am so happy I got my coin out of Intersango and I hope I never have to return and do any business with those 3 jokers.

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November 20, 2012, 01:53:33 PM
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I see now that Intersango have updated their Fees:

https://intersango.com/fees.php
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TRANSFER FEES
Transfer Type   Accepting deposits   Processing withdrawals
Bitcoin Transfers   Free   Free
EUR (SEPA)   5 PLN (1.23 EUR)   10 EUR
EUR (international)   10 PLN (2.46 EUR)    10 EUR
USD Dwolla   0.25 USD   0.25 USD
PLN (domestic)   Free   Free

It used to be ~1.25Euro for SEPA transfer, not it's 10 Euros.

I wonder do they really charge 10 Euros for SEPA...

damn thats one hell off a fee... one more reason to use another exchange Smiley

EUR (SEPA)   5 PLN (1.23 EUR)   10 EUR
This is really ugly, what those guys are doing. SEPA transfers actually cost about 0.35-0.40 EUR per transactions and fee can be paid by the receiver.
I am so happy I got my coin out of Intersango and I hope I never have to return and do any business with those 3 jokers.


You must be aware that Patrick doesn't even go out of bed, unless he's paid at least 10 EUR.
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November 20, 2012, 02:16:33 PM
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Intersango is the oldest and largest exchange to not get hacked.  Your money is probably safer there than any other exchange.
Nope, that would be Bitcoin-Central.net, open-source exchange, older than Britcoin (aka Intersango). Operating smoothly since December 2010. Never hacked.
Since Intersango is apparently unable to keep it together we're launching a new GBP market. Lowest fees available (free incoming wires, 0.99 GBP outgoing wires, 0.498% trade fee)


Unfortunately you don't have a British bank account, so transfers can be a bit steep (10 pounds minimum for international transfers in most banks here).

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November 20, 2012, 03:26:15 PM
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anyone tryed out bitstamp.net or bitcoin-24.com? trying to find a good alternative to intersango.
mtgox is just too much hastle with all the damn identifying crap

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November 20, 2012, 03:31:45 PM
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anyone tryed out bitstamp.net or bitcoin-24.com? trying to find a good alternative to intersango.
mtgox is just too much hastle with all the damn identifying crap

Switched from Intersango to Bitstamp about a year ago and never had any problems with them.
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December 03, 2012, 11:06:25 AM
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So far Bitstamp seems to be a very good compromise:

- Low fees
- Not too many identification hassles
- No withdraw or deposit limit
- Pretty liquid market
- Good customer service

In other words another planet compared to Intersango.
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December 05, 2012, 04:07:58 PM
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So far Bitstamp seems to be a very good compromise:
for EU or US customers?

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December 05, 2012, 06:07:47 PM
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At Bitstamp all trades are made in USD, I'm currently located in Europe but I believe it wont make much difference if you are in the States as Europe is actually much less regulated than the US, therefore less hassle with identification, KYC, etc. etc.
MtGox is in Japan anyway....
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December 05, 2012, 06:22:08 PM
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Europe is actually much less regulated than the US, therefore less hassle with identification, KYC, etc. etc.
You need to get your fact straights.

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December 05, 2012, 07:37:30 PM
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The facts that Intersango:
1) raised the withrawal fee to 10 euros
2) don't accept new signups
mean that they want to close down eventually. Couple that with many posts of people switching from Intersango to other exchanges.

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December 05, 2012, 10:29:36 PM
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Europe is actually much less regulated than the US, therefore less hassle with identification, KYC, etc. etc.
You need to get your fact straights.


Let's analyze facts:

Bitstamp vs MtGox  ---->  Less limitations about moving funds and BTC's in and out of the account =  less hassle
                             ---->  Lower fees
                             ----> On average lower rate BTC/USD compared to MtGox
                             ----> Much more professional customer service, prompt answering and precise follow up

I bet Bitstamp will grow bigger in the future, probably getting 30% of the market within the end of 2013.

Mark my words
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December 05, 2012, 11:57:57 PM
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Europe is actually much less regulated than the US, therefore less hassle with identification, KYC, etc. etc.
I emphasized the facts you need to get straight.


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December 06, 2012, 03:00:01 AM
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Europe is actually much less regulated than the US, therefore less hassle with identification, KYC, etc. etc.
I emphasized the facts you need to get straight.



kind of depends on where in europe you live

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