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August 10, 2012, 02:02:40 PM
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We're now "natively" accepting BCH via BitPay.
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August 14, 2012, 11:34:02 AM
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Date: 14 August 2012.

'AmazonStuff' is the owner of the GPG key with fingerprint:
64FFEE402BDA387AF97911AC1C4EAE9FA33C05A7
with a e-mail address: btcsync@gmail.com
owner of bitcointalk account with a username: AmazonStuff
owner of bitmit account with a username: btcsync

'bitcoinsinberlin' is the owner of the GPG key with fingerprint:
BFFEE01B9D5D61ADAB125A213BCABFBEBA1BC328
with a e-mail address: trade@bitcoinsinberlin.com
owner of bitcointalk account with a username: 2weiX
owner of the website: http://www.bitcoincommodities.com/
owner of the website: www.bitcoinsinberlin.com

'bitcoinsinberlin' confirms that he's resident of Berlin, Germany.

This contract is for the exchange of 208.6 Bitcoins at a
rate of EUR 9.789 per BTC for a total of EUR 2042

1. 'AmazonStuff' agrees to send 208.6 BTC to the bitcoin address 1BerLinyFLJ23SEz3HfBbt3RnrxKCnyngT listed on website:

www.bitcoinsinberlin.com

2. 'AmazonStuff' agrees to pay EUR 42 Moneygram fee charged by Moneygram. If actual Moneygram fee is different than this 'bitcoinsinberlin'

agrees to pay the remainder of the Moneygram fee.

3. 'AmazonStuff' agrees to make a payment of 208.6 BTC (for actual transfer and Moneygram fee) to the bitcoin address

1BerLinyFLJ23SEz3HfBbt3RnrxKCnyngT within 1h of both parties signing this contract.

4. 'bitcoinsinberlin' agrees to make a payment of EUR 2042 (actually sending EUR 2000 + EUR 42 Moneygram fee) via one of the MoneyGram

agent locations in Berlin.
Moneygram transaction type should be '10 Minutes Service'.
Payment should be made within 1h of receiving 6 confirmation about 'AmazonStuff' BTC payment to 'bitcoinsinberlin' address

1BerLinyFLJ23SEz3HfBbt3RnrxKCnyngT

Payment should be made before 14 August 2012. 15:00h CEST (Central European Summer Time).

Moneygram payment should be made to 'AmazonStuff' receiving address.

5. 'bitcoinsinberlin' agrees to send scanned (photographed) proof of payment and Moneygram reference number to 'AmazonStuff' within 1h of

making Moneygram payment.

6. 'AmazonStuff' agrees to pickup Moneygram payment within 1h of receiving Moneygram reference number.
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August 14, 2012, 11:34:28 AM
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Date: 14 August 2012.

'AmazonStuff' is the owner of the GPG key with fingerprint:
64FFEE402BDA387AF97911AC1C4EAE9FA33C05A7
with a e-mail address: btcsync@gmail.com
owner of bitcointalk account with a username: AmazonStuff
owner of bitmit account with a username: btcsync

'bitcoinsinberlin' is the owner of the GPG key with fingerprint:
BFFEE01B9D5D61ADAB125A213BCABFBEBA1BC328
with a e-mail address: trade@bitcoinsinberlin.com
owner of bitcointalk account with a username: 2weiX
owner of the website: http://www.bitcoincommodities.com/
owner of the website: www.bitcoinsinberlin.com

'bitcoinsinberlin' confirms that he's resident of Berlin, Germany.

This contract is for the exchange of 208.6 Bitcoins at a
rate of EUR 9.789 per BTC for a total of EUR 2042

1. 'AmazonStuff' agrees to send 208.6 BTC to the bitcoin address 1BerLinyFLJ23SEz3HfBbt3RnrxKCnyngT listed on website:

www.bitcoinsinberlin.com

2. 'AmazonStuff' agrees to pay EUR 42 Moneygram fee charged by Moneygram. If actual Moneygram fee is different than this 'bitcoinsinberlin'

agrees to pay the remainder of the Moneygram fee.

3. 'AmazonStuff' agrees to make a payment of 208.6 BTC (for actual transfer and Moneygram fee) to the bitcoin address

1BerLinyFLJ23SEz3HfBbt3RnrxKCnyngT within 1h of both parties signing this contract.

4. 'bitcoinsinberlin' agrees to make a payment of EUR 2042 (actually sending EUR 2000 + EUR 42 Moneygram fee) via one of the MoneyGram

agent locations in Berlin.
Moneygram transaction type should be '10 Minutes Service'.
Payment should be made within 1h of receiving 6 confirmation about 'AmazonStuff' BTC payment to 'bitcoinsinberlin' address

1BerLinyFLJ23SEz3HfBbt3RnrxKCnyngT

Payment should be made before 14 August 2012. 15:00h CEST (Central European Summer Time).

Moneygram payment should be made to 'AmazonStuff' receiving address.

5. 'bitcoinsinberlin' agrees to send scanned (photographed) proof of payment and Moneygram reference number to 'AmazonStuff' within 1h of

making Moneygram payment.

6. 'AmazonStuff' agrees to pickup Moneygram payment within 1h of receiving Moneygram reference number.

I agree,

AmazonStuff
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August 14, 2012, 11:37:08 AM
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Date: 14 August 2012.

'AmazonStuff' is the owner of the GPG key with fingerprint:
64FFEE402BDA387AF97911AC1C4EAE9FA33C05A7
with a e-mail address: btcsync@gmail.com
owner of bitcointalk account with a username: AmazonStuff
owner of bitmit account with a username: btcsync

'bitcoinsinberlin' is the owner of the GPG key with fingerprint:
BFFEE01B9D5D61ADAB125A213BCABFBEBA1BC328
with a e-mail address: trade@bitcoinsinberlin.com
owner of bitcointalk account with a username: 2weiX
owner of the website: http://www.bitcoincommodities.com/
owner of the website: www.bitcoinsinberlin.com

'bitcoinsinberlin' confirms that he's resident of Berlin, Germany.

This contract is for the exchange of 208.6 Bitcoins at a
rate of EUR 9.789 per BTC for a total of EUR 2042

1. 'AmazonStuff' agrees to send 208.6 BTC to the bitcoin address 1BerLinyFLJ23SEz3HfBbt3RnrxKCnyngT listed on website:

www.bitcoinsinberlin.com

2. 'AmazonStuff' agrees to pay EUR 42 Moneygram fee charged by Moneygram. If actual Moneygram fee is different than this 'bitcoinsinberlin'

agrees to pay the remainder of the Moneygram fee.

3. 'AmazonStuff' agrees to make a payment of 208.6 BTC (for actual transfer and Moneygram fee) to the bitcoin address

1BerLinyFLJ23SEz3HfBbt3RnrxKCnyngT within 1h of both parties signing this contract.

4. 'bitcoinsinberlin' agrees to make a payment of EUR 2042 (actually sending EUR 2000 + EUR 42 Moneygram fee) via one of the MoneyGram

agent locations in Berlin.
Moneygram transaction type should be '10 Minutes Service'.
Payment should be made within 1h of receiving 6 confirmation about 'AmazonStuff' BTC payment to 'bitcoinsinberlin' address

1BerLinyFLJ23SEz3HfBbt3RnrxKCnyngT

Payment should be made before 14 August 2012. 15:00h CEST (Central European Summer Time).

Moneygram payment should be made to 'AmazonStuff' receiving address.

5. 'bitcoinsinberlin' agrees to send scanned (photographed) proof of payment and Moneygram reference number to 'AmazonStuff' within 1h of

making Moneygram payment.

6. 'AmazonStuff' agrees to pickup Moneygram payment within 1h of receiving Moneygram reference number.

I agree,

AmazonStuff

totally agreeing, yo.

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August 14, 2012, 12:33:17 PM
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Everything went fine, extremely fast transaction, good guy, would recommend to anyone. 2weiX is a best BTC trader in Germany and Europe Cheesy If you want BTC/EUR or EUR/BTC transaction give him a call, I did and I'm very satisfied with his service. A+++
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August 15, 2012, 05:54:55 AM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=post;quote=1100852;topic=11431.60;num_replies=60;sesc=e0bbb86976eb40a3eb5e4dec5ad46064


+1  2weiX alles bestens!
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August 16, 2012, 08:05:31 AM
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trade with yossarian pending
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August 17, 2012, 04:19:19 AM
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I am also always buying and selling Bitcoins via my other project BitcoinsinBerlin.com.  

I see the Wiki page added for that was a duplicate of an existing article so I merged in the changes.

 - http://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Bitcoins_In_Berlin

I see the exchange site shows "SEPA, bank transfer" as two separate values.  Does that mean there is an accepted bank transfer option other than SEPA?

Is EUR the only currency accepted for cash-in-the-mail and in-person trades?  (your competition in a nearby country  accepts USD, GBP, and more.)

For the Western Union and Moneygram, are those EUR or might those be USD instead or in addition to EUR?

How about cash-out methods.  How are funds (fiat) delivered?   such as:

 - Cash, in-person?  
 - Cash sent by mail (if so, to where?)
 - Western Union?
 - Mt. Gox redeemable code (EUR)?
 - SEPA bank transfer?
 - Any other method?

The site has links to btc.to address shortener.  You may wish to make those SSL (e.g. https:// ).  Actually your site contents could be easily altered enroute and the link replaced entirely, so you may wish to add SSL to your site itself.  Either way, are you sure you want to provide a static Bitcoin address?   You could get into the situation where someone monitors that address (e.g., adds the address to blockchain.info/wallet to obtain notification) then contacts you with cash-out instructions.  You'ld probably become aware of the problem before sending fiat funds to the wrong party but this just introduces an incompatible transfer method.


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August 17, 2012, 03:55:19 PM
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I am also always buying and selling Bitcoins via my other project BitcoinsinBerlin.com.  

I see the Wiki page added for that was a duplicate of an existing article so I merged in the changes.

 - http://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Bitcoins_In_Berlin

I see the exchange site shows "SEPA, bank transfer" as two separate values.  Does that mean there is an accepted bank transfer option other than SEPA?

Is EUR the only currency accepted for cash-in-the-mail and in-person trades?  (your competition in a nearby country  accepts USD, GBP, and more.)

For the Western Union and Moneygram, are those EUR or might those be USD instead or in addition to EUR?

How about cash-out methods.  How are funds (fiat) delivered?   such as:

 - Cash, in-person?  
 - Cash sent by mail (if so, to where?)
 - Western Union?
 - Mt. Gox redeemable code (EUR)?
 - SEPA bank transfer?
 - Any other method?

The site has links to btc.to address shortener.  You may wish to make those SSL (e.g. https:// ).  Actually your site contents could be easily altered enroute and the link replaced entirely, so you may wish to add SSL to your site itself.  Either way, are you sure you want to provide a static Bitcoin address?   You could get into the situation where someone monitors that address (e.g., adds the address to blockchain.info/wallet to obtain notification) then contacts you with cash-out instructions.  You'ld probably become aware of the problem before sending fiat funds to the wrong party but this just introduces an incompatible transfer method.


Sir,
thanks for pointing all these out. I have tried to amend the page to adress your concerns. I hope you will find it sufficient.

As for your remarks regarding the static adress - well, there's always the option to generate a new adress for every deal but having one "vanity" adress that's recognizable seemed to be in order.

Since this (and bitcoincommodities) is a one-person hackjob, everything on this side is done manually so i guess it's hard for anyone to truly spoof me.
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November 07, 2012, 02:49:19 PM
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+1

Ordered 10 silver maples up to Norway, arrived today all in good order.

Will use again Smiley
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November 19, 2012, 06:27:22 PM
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BitcoinCommodities.com
updated websites, better pricing, better shipping options.
dropshipping via APMEX possible.
due to being caught in the wake of a subnet block after a DDoS (my guess, at least), we had to move servers and are operating in an iframe.
store works a usual, though.


Bitcoinsinberlin
bitcoins are available as well at mtgox_ask+5%
western union (temporarily?) not available, they're being dicks if you do too much business, it seems.
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November 20, 2012, 01:26:44 PM
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BitcoinsInBerlin
mtgox € codes available.
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November 28, 2012, 08:17:13 PM
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To all customers who sent cash and might be worried about their coinage being delayed:

I just had to (for the first time) reach for my backup stash, which took a while to load.
All of today's payments have been made, all correspondence has been taken care of.

Please proceed as usual.

:-D
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December 07, 2012, 05:08:01 PM
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update in 1st post
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February 12, 2013, 11:40:27 AM
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Bought several grams of gold from bitcoincommodities, everything went very smooth. Also excellent customer service Smiley Will definitely buy from them again.
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February 12, 2013, 01:01:59 PM
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update in 1st post

The fuck?

Koop en verkoop snel en veilig bitcoins via iDeal op Bitonic.nl
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February 12, 2013, 01:08:15 PM
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exactly.
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Kinda weak competition. Why not just C&D him back?

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