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April 11, 2012, 02:32:35 PM
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Subject says it all, just looking to convert some bitcoins to moneypak. I'm aware of https://www.btcpak.com/ but I'm looking for somewhere that will deal with denominations less that $100. If anyone has any leads I'd appreciate it.
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April 11, 2012, 02:46:30 PM
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Likely you are going to need to find an individual.  Remember MP has a flat $5 fill fee.  So $50 is 10% fee.  $25 is a 20% fee.  $10 is a 50% fee.  That is before any exchange/trader markup/markdown.

It doesn't really make sense for small amounts.
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Likely you are going to need to find an individual.  Remember MP has a flat $5 fill fee.  So $50 is 10% fee.  $25 is a 20% fee.  $10 is a 50% fee.  That is before any exchange/trader markup/markdown.

It doesn't really make sense for small amounts.

I was afraid of that. I just have about 20 bitcoins that I'd like to move to moneypak to fund a greendot card so I can feed my online poker addiction, lol. Thanks for the info, I appreciate it.
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