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January 27, 2015, 12:38:00 PM
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I don't know if the announcement from Coinbase had that influence on the market. It is also possible that the elections in Greece caused the rising of the bitcoinprice.
I don't think that elections in Greece could affect on bitcoinprice.

Fiat currencies going down in value will be positive for the price of bitcoin and Bitcoin in general.

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January 27, 2015, 02:12:16 PM
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Fiat currencies going down in value will be positive for the price of bitcoin and Bitcoin in general.
How downway of fiat currencies in Greece can affect on btc if most "affecting" countries are US and China? Sorry, I'm not very well in this issue

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January 27, 2015, 02:14:40 PM
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They provide a way for buyers to interact with sellers and trade bitcoin in this situation.

https://bit-x.com/pages/about

Buyer want Buy
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January 27, 2015, 02:18:50 PM
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Fiat currencies going down in value will be positive for the price of bitcoin and Bitcoin in general.
How downway of fiat currencies in Greece can affect on btc if most "affecting" countries are US and China? Sorry, I'm not very well in this issue
may be because greek currency still not drachma but euro more than ten years? I hope you do not think that euro don't affect on all world economy?
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January 27, 2015, 02:45:27 PM
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What is fiat currency?
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January 27, 2015, 03:09:12 PM
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Fiat currency is physical money, rubles, dollars, euros, Ext. 
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January 27, 2015, 03:19:57 PM
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Pssst, is there any thread showing how to use Escrow ? I really want to sell/buy on this forum. x0
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January 27, 2015, 03:28:50 PM
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Pssst, is there any thread showing how to use Escrow ? I really want to sell/buy on this forum. x0

I don't think there is, but it is quite simple process though. I'm sure the escrow would explain the steps before starting the transaction.

But in general, the step looks like this: (Assume you're the buyer)
1. You and seller agreed to use escrow.
2. Contact the escrow via PM(for safety reason, avoid using Skype)
3. The escrow will verify the deal to you and the seller
4. The escrow will give you their address.
5. You send the BTC to escrower address
6. The escrow will confirm your payment, and contact seller to send the items to you.
7. After you received and check the items, you must contact the escrow to release the fund to the seller.
8. The seller received the BTC.
Transaction done.

Just in case you're looking for trusted Bitcointalk escrow, here's the list https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=108716.0

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January 27, 2015, 03:39:48 PM
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Pssst, is there any thread showing how to use Escrow ? I really want to sell/buy on this forum. x0

I don't think there is, but it is quite simple process though. I'm sure the escrow would explain the steps before starting the transaction.

But in general, the step looks like this: (Assume you're the buyer)
1. You and seller agreed to use escrow.
2. Contact the escrow via PM(for safety reason, avoid using Skype)
3. The escrow will verify the deal to you and the seller
4. The escrow will give you their address.
5. You send the BTC to escrower address
6. The escrow will confirm your payment, and contact seller to send the items to you.
7. After you received and check the items, you must contact the escrow to release the fund to the seller.
8. The seller received the BTC.
Transaction done.

Just in case you're looking for trusted Bitcointalk escrow, here's the list https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=108716.0
Thanks buddy ! :3
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January 27, 2015, 04:13:05 PM
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I got it. I just wanted to make sure I had it right. What is the best top ten exchanges?

Top 10 exchanges according to http://bitcoinx.io

Cryptonit
Hit BTC
Celery
Payza
Anycoin Direct
Kraken
Loyalbit
Circle
HolyTransaction
Coinmotion

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January 28, 2015, 09:55:56 AM
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Fiat currency is physical money, rubles, dollars, euros, Ext. 
no! physical money may be fiat (provided by state authority without real value) or may be provided by goods or real value.
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January 28, 2015, 11:06:17 AM
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I got it. I just wanted to make sure I had it right. What is the best top ten exchanges?

Top 10 exchanges according to http://bitcoinx.io

Cryptonit
Hit BTC
Celery
Payza
Anycoin Direct
Kraken
Loyalbit
Circle
HolyTransaction
Coinmotion

In terms of volume, https://bitcoinaverage.com/ gives :

exchange   volume %   volume ฿   last price

Bitfinex   51.04%   54,085.95   260.50 USD
OKCoin.com   18.00%   19,071.33   261.11 USD
Bitstamp   11.99%   12,709.56   259.64 USD
BTC-e   11.68%   12,372.53   252.06 USD
itBit   4.34%   4,604.24   263.35 USD
LocalBitcoins   1.77%   1,872.35   294.78 USD
Coinsetter   0.61%   651.53   259.82 USD
Loyalbit   0.16%   167.16   257.61 USD
Hitbtc   0.15%   156.02   270.66 USD
Cointrader.net   0.11%   111.87   262.96 USD
Bitex.la   0.05%   58.18   257.55 USD
Coinmate   0.03%   35.06   262.72 USD
CampBX   0.03%   32.37   285.00 USD
Kraken   0.02%   24.28   248.40 USD
BitKonan   0.01%   7.56   262.01 USD
Rock Trading   0.01%   11.70   258.45 USD
Vircurex   < 0.01%   0.00   289.00 USD
Cryptonit   < 0.01%   1.07   262.79 USD

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January 28, 2015, 11:36:19 AM
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I got it. I just wanted to make sure I had it right. What is the best top ten exchanges?

Top 10 exchanges according to http://bitcoinx.io

Cryptonit
Hit BTC
Celery
Payza
Anycoin Direct
Kraken
Loyalbit
Circle
HolyTransaction
Coinmotion

In terms of volume, https://bitcoinaverage.com/ gives :

exchange   volume %   volume ฿   last price

Bitfinex   51.04%   54,085.95   260.50 USD
OKCoin.com   18.00%   19,071.33   261.11 USD
Bitstamp   11.99%   12,709.56   259.64 USD
BTC-e   11.68%   12,372.53   252.06 USD
itBit   4.34%   4,604.24   263.35 USD
LocalBitcoins   1.77%   1,872.35   294.78 USD
Coinsetter   0.61%   651.53   259.82 USD
Loyalbit   0.16%   167.16   257.61 USD
Hitbtc   0.15%   156.02   270.66 USD
Cointrader.net   0.11%   111.87   262.96 USD
Bitex.la   0.05%   58.18   257.55 USD
Coinmate   0.03%   35.06   262.72 USD
CampBX   0.03%   32.37   285.00 USD
Kraken   0.02%   24.28   248.40 USD
BitKonan   0.01%   7.56   262.01 USD
Rock Trading   0.01%   11.70   258.45 USD
Vircurex   < 0.01%   0.00   289.00 USD
Cryptonit   < 0.01%   1.07   262.79 USD

hum?
is coinbase exchange so low in volume that can not be put in the list Huh
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January 28, 2015, 12:09:52 PM
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I got it. I just wanted to make sure I had it right. What is the best top ten exchanges?

Top 10 exchanges according to http://bitcoinx.io

Cryptonit
Hit BTC
Celery
Payza
Anycoin Direct
Kraken
Loyalbit
Circle
HolyTransaction
Coinmotion

In terms of volume, https://bitcoinaverage.com/ gives :

exchange   volume %   volume ฿   last price

Bitfinex   51.04%   54,085.95   260.50 USD
OKCoin.com   18.00%   19,071.33   261.11 USD
Bitstamp   11.99%   12,709.56   259.64 USD
BTC-e   11.68%   12,372.53   252.06 USD
itBit   4.34%   4,604.24   263.35 USD
LocalBitcoins   1.77%   1,872.35   294.78 USD
Coinsetter   0.61%   651.53   259.82 USD
Loyalbit   0.16%   167.16   257.61 USD
Hitbtc   0.15%   156.02   270.66 USD
Cointrader.net   0.11%   111.87   262.96 USD
Bitex.la   0.05%   58.18   257.55 USD
Coinmate   0.03%   35.06   262.72 USD
CampBX   0.03%   32.37   285.00 USD
Kraken   0.02%   24.28   248.40 USD
BitKonan   0.01%   7.56   262.01 USD
Rock Trading   0.01%   11.70   258.45 USD
Vircurex   < 0.01%   0.00   289.00 USD
Cryptonit   < 0.01%   1.07   262.79 USD

hum?
is coinbase exchange so low in volume that can not be put in the list Huh

Yeah, those numbers are off. Pretty sure Coinbase has the most volume out of any exchange, given their partnerships with all the large companies that accept BTC as form of payment.

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January 28, 2015, 12:15:19 PM
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is coinbase exchange so low in volume that can not be put in the list Huh
I think that in this ranking not all exchanges are presented
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January 28, 2015, 02:15:03 PM
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is coinbase exchange so low in volume that can not be put in the list Huh
I think that in this ranking not all exchanges are presented

I don't think coinbase doesn't have a volume high enough to be included because it's a big company which sells a lot of bitcoins but I think they are not really working as an exchange and the transactions are not public.

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January 28, 2015, 08:43:13 PM
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I vote for Bitstamp.

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January 28, 2015, 08:57:26 PM
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I vote for Bitstamp.

After the recent theft, I wouldn't vote them anywhere near the top.

Probably Kraken, Bitfinex, or Coinbase at the moment.

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January 30, 2015, 12:29:46 PM
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Could someone tell me an exchange where I don't need a checking account and can use credit card to buy bitcoins? Please give link. Thanks!
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January 30, 2015, 12:42:54 PM
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Could someone tell me an exchange where I don't need a checking account and can use credit card to buy bitcoins? Please give link. Thanks!

There is a lot of websites out there mate , you can check the Bitcoin wiki about Buying Bitcoins using credit cards here : https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/How_To_Buy_Bitcoins_With_Your_Credit_Card
Probably most of them will need ID/passport verifications sometimes to avoid fraudulent transactions , if you don't like any of the websites listed there then you may simply post here on Bitcointalk : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=53.0 just make sure to use Escrow and don't trust anyone who have no Trust .
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