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October 05, 2014, 07:02:54 AM
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Price varies because different exchanges have different amount of coins traded.

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October 05, 2014, 07:06:24 AM
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sell on lbtc buy btce

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October 05, 2014, 07:46:20 AM
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sell on lbtc buy btce

While the price on localbitcoins is 5-10% higher, the profit you can get from the arbitrage is lower due to the different types of fees.
Also, you probably won't get much business on localbitcoins until you have built a good trade history.

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October 05, 2014, 07:48:08 AM
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sell on lbtc buy btce

While the price on localbitcoins is 5-10% higher, the profit you can get from the arbitrage is lower due to the different types of fees.
Also, you probably won't get much business on localbitcoins until you have built a good trade history.
lol wrong u must be a lbtc seller please respect what im saying and come up with a better explanation against me atleast. you dont believe in btc anyway based on your message you better sell low and buy high

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October 05, 2014, 07:56:38 AM
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The price can vary across many exchanges with localbitcoin buy and sell prices are set by the peers.

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October 05, 2014, 08:02:26 AM
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sell on lbtc buy btce

While the price on localbitcoins is 5-10% higher, the profit you can get from the arbitrage is lower due to the different types of fees.
Also, you probably won't get much business on localbitcoins until you have built a good trade history.
lol wrong u must be a lbtc seller please respect what im saying and come up with a better explanation against me atleast. you dont believe in btc anyway based on your message you better sell low and buy high

I was trying to be a localbitconis seller, but have no success. May be it was because of my location, or may be it was because of my trade history, or may be both.
But anyway I am not against you nor your plan, I am just trying to say it is not easy to be a successful localbitcoins seller (at least for me, I don't have the ability to do so).

And no, I do believe in bitcoin. I simply no longer try to earn bitcoin through selling on localbitcoins and buying on exchange.

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October 05, 2014, 08:04:26 AM
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sell on lbtc buy btce

While the price on localbitcoins is 5-10% higher, the profit you can get from the arbitrage is lower due to the different types of fees.
Also, you probably won't get much business on localbitcoins until you have built a good trade history.
lol wrong u must be a lbtc seller please respect what im saying and come up with a better explanation against me atleast. you dont believe in btc anyway based on your message you better sell low and buy high

I was trying to be a localbitconis seller, but have no success. May be it was because of my location, or may be it was because of my trade history, or may be both.
But anyway I am not against you nor your plan, I am just trying to say it is not easy to be a successful seller (at least for me, I don't have the ability to do so).

And no, I do believe in bitcoin. I simply no longer try to earn bitcoin through selling on localbitcoins and buying on exchange.
U cant make profits on any exhange until u are a good trader so your point is moot

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October 05, 2014, 08:11:16 AM
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sell on lbtc buy btce

While the price on localbitcoins is 5-10% higher, the profit you can get from the arbitrage is lower due to the different types of fees.
Also, you probably won't get much business on localbitcoins until you have built a good trade history.
lol wrong u must be a lbtc seller please respect what im saying and come up with a better explanation against me atleast. you dont believe in btc anyway based on your message you better sell low and buy high

I was trying to be a localbitconis seller, but have no success. May be it was because of my location, or may be it was because of my trade history, or may be both.
But anyway I am not against you nor your plan, I am just trying to say it is not easy to be a successful seller (at least for me, I don't have the ability to do so).

And no, I do believe in bitcoin. I simply no longer try to earn bitcoin through selling on localbitcoins and buying on exchange.
U cant make profits on any exhange until u are a good trader so your point is moot

I was saying "won't get much business" rather than "won't get any profit".
I hope my points are clear now. Have a nice day. Smiley

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October 05, 2014, 08:15:05 AM
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sell on lbtc buy btce

While the price on localbitcoins is 5-10% higher, the profit you can get from the arbitrage is lower due to the different types of fees.
Also, you probably won't get much business on localbitcoins until you have built a good trade history.
lol wrong u must be a lbtc seller please respect what im saying and come up with a better explanation against me atleast. you dont believe in btc anyway based on your message you better sell low and buy high

I was trying to be a localbitconis seller, but have no success. May be it was because of my location, or may be it was because of my trade history, or may be both.
But anyway I am not against you nor your plan, I am just trying to say it is not easy to be a successful seller (at least for me, I don't have the ability to do so).

And no, I do believe in bitcoin. I simply no longer try to earn bitcoin through selling on localbitcoins and buying on exchange.
U cant make profits on any exhange until u are a good trader so your point is moot

I was saying "won't get much business" rather than "won't get any profit".
I hope my points are clear now. Have a nice day. Smiley
im generalizing and ofcourse those that give up early wont make any profit

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