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I am the creator of BitcoinDuLiban.org. I am on a mission to educate Lebanese about the importance and usefulness of Bitcoins in their lives. AMA

What is Bitcoin?

Bitcoin (₿) (ticker BTC)is an open source cryptocurrency. It is a decentralized cryptographic currency without a central bank or single administrator in control that can be sent from user to user on the peer-to-peer bitcoin network without the need for 3rd person in between like bank, or payment processor or institution all transaction processing and verification is carried out collectively by the network.
Find out more at http://www.bitcoinduliban.org/

Why Bitcoin is the future?

Bitcoin emerged in 2009 as more economies across the world started losing trust in the current banking model. Institutions that have been around longer than ourselves have changed very little throughout our lifetime. Not only does the lack of trust, and stagnant change of banks allow Bitcoin to thrive, but also the possibility of eliminating inflation. Bitcoin saw the opportunity to take the power out of the institutions and provide a better service, and the people responded. Bitcoin operates universally, meaning for the first time, there is a possibility of a global currency. With truly international currency possibilities for global economic growth, social equality, self-sovereignty is endless.

Why Bitcoin and not others?

It is a very good question, there at the moment of writing over 2000 projects and “coins” that emerged after Bitcoin. Many of them claim to be faster, better and more flexible than Bitcoin however very few have withstood the test of time or delivered their proposed product. The basic fundamentals of Bitcoin’s principle monetary policy are unprecedented, and by now, it is impossible to replicate its level of decentralization or network security, which is powered by a computer network as powerful as almost 12 trillion Intel Core i7 processors. Bitcoin also has the largest social / community strength. I would HIGHLY advise against investing or getting dragged into any project that claims superiority, I have single rule : if it says it's better than Bitcoin then its what we call “scam-coin” you will only get pulled in and lose your bitcoin/usd value causing a lot of pain and sadness . Sit down, read, learn and be patient, you will not miss out on anything over night and if something is rising in price quickly most likely it will crash as fast.

Does bitcoin have an applicable use in daily life or is it only for holding for future gains?

Bitcoin has taken over the cryptocurrency market. It’s the largest and most well-known digital currency today. Many large companies are accepting Bitcoin as a legitimate source of funds, you can use your Bitcoin at but not limited to : KFC, Burger King, Microsoft, AT&T , Expedia, Subway, Twitch, Virgin Galactic and many more just look it up. You can look up merc and services at https://spendabit.co/ So if you are living abroad, you can use your bitcoin just like any other known currency in addition there are Debit cards in collaboration with VISA network offers that are backed by Bitcoin making you able to pay with it anywhere in the world just with a swipe or tap.

As Lebanese in Lebanon, how can I buy or sell bitcoin ?

In Lebanon unfortunately we can not use our banking system to purchase bitcoin, there was a time where rain.bh an UAE based exchange was accepting Lebanese Cards, till it was stopped but give it a try we weren’t able to confirm all cards.
Therefore most common way to buy bitcoin in lebanon is using P2P which is person to person exchange, this can be through an international website such as localbitcoins.com or hodlhodl.com , all you gotta do is find a sell offer initiate transaction with seller , send him his payment using WesterUnion or Moneygram and once the seller receives payment your bitcoins will be released but make sure you use escrow service which ensures safety of your transaction therefore bitcoins you are buying are frozen for the seller and he can not retrieve them unless you fail to pay or run out of time window to pay. Another p2p way is through local bitcoin communities , there are plenty of traders willing to exchange with you however always ask for the reputation of the seller inside a group and never respond to private messages unless it is a confirmed reliable trader just to avoid losing and being scammed. Feel free to find out more about how to buy in Lebanon at http://www.bitcoinduliban.org/

If I have a bank account outside Lebanon, can I use bitcoin to transfer money from Lebanon to my bank account outside?

It is possible to transfer Bitcoin to an international account in the USA or EU for example, you would need to use recognized exchanges such as coinbase.com kraken.com and many others. It would be as simple as sending BTC to your coinbase account, converting to USD and withdrawing it to your account. However you must take few precautions, if you are sending a significant amount of BTC and converting it to USD you will need some kind of proof that these funds are yours otherwise you might get investigated for money laundering. So is it convenient to send ? I do not think so, if you managed to get what we call now in Lebanon “ Fresh USD” it would be much less of a hassle to simply initiate an international transaction.

Why would I want to send Bitcoin to my family or friends in Lebanon ?

This is where I believe BTC can shine for us, you can use exchanges as coinbase,kraken or any prefered place to purchase some bitcoin that can be transferred to your family wallet within minutes. Your family or friends can exchange bitcoin or part that is needed with local traders to LBP at desired exchange rate therefore you are not forced to exchange at rates given by WesterUnion, after which they will be able to do their daily purchases and mitigate inflation rates to some extent. You can send as little as $1 and the transaction costs less than $1 for any amount.

Why is the Bitcoin price so volatile ?

Indeed it can be, sudden swings of 20% both ways are considered normal if you look at daily data, however bitcoin since 2009 had only one trend which is upward, 80% chance is if you bought BTC at any moment in past 2 years is that you are on break even or positive not loss. Feel free to try this exercise by going to https://dcabtc.com/

Should I invest?

NO. Now since we got the short version of this, let me elaborate. By the end of the day it is a new class of an asset, the price is still in the discovery phase and it could cause a lot of pain and sleepless nights if you invest more than you can chew to possibly lose. No one can advice you what to do with your money and how to position them, however i highly encourage to read, educate yourself on money before investing in BTC a good start would be https://bitcoinduliban.org. Please ask more knowledgeable bitcoin users and double check sources , once you feel confident enough that you understand this monetary system you can try dipping your toes with small amounts and build your position from there. Just stay away from quick gains schemes such as “online mining” “cloud mining” and anything that offers 100% returns in a very short time, if it's too good to be true then it's a scam.

Scams, BE AWARE.

Due to our difficult situation we are being targeted by constant advertisement of potential new solutions using “newly developed cryptocurrencies“ , unfortunately such new technology does not exist and they are trying to take advantage of us by promising fake solutions.
Even Bitcoin can not provide you with a solution to your hard worked money being inaccessible in any Lebanese bank.
Here are few typical scam msgs:
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100,000 subscribers giveaway bonanza! First of three giveaways starts here.

Wow.

100,000 subscribers. This community is nothing without its users and we could not be happier to have achieved this milestone. Based on our usage stats, we have a lot more lurkers than we do subs, which is even more exciting. To say thanks to our community, and motivate that count to go up, here's our first giveaway!

What is it? Who's giving it away?

Karen contacted me, and they are giving away this Louis Vuitton bum bag, seen here! The winner will need to get in contact with Karen and she'll ship it directly to you.
Karen wanted me to let everyone know that they can see their full inventory, (and more if you message them), at the follow website:
luxgallery1.com
They advertise that they sell the best available versions of designer watches, bags, clothing, shoes, and sunglasses. Watches carry a special discount.
It's also possible to pay any way that you want. Whether that's Paypal FF, Bitcoin, Bank Transfer, Moneygram.com or Westernunion.com, Transferwise.com, Xoom.om and Wechat pay.
It's also important to Karen that everyone know how involved the process is. She and her team are online basically 24/7 ready to answer questions, and the QC process involves sending photos and videos before shipment.
You can contact them through their site, luxgallery1.com, or WhatsApp at +86 151 1351 7353, and Wechat id: watchez007

How do I win?

The giveaway will be done by random draw, so please pick a number between 1-5000 and the winning number will be picked from random number generator from Google.
The only requirements are to upvote, comment what you love about the sub, or what you would love to see in the subreddit, pick a number, and be subscribed!
The giveaway ends next week on Sunday the 9th, so comment before then!
This is a sponsored post, which is not super common on the subreddit. All sponsored posts are always giveaways to the community, and we have two more planned (hint: anyone like speedrunners?) Please let us know if you have any questions!
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Localbitcoins Support Number=+1(855) 266-9652 -----//(*&^


Localbitcoins (P2P Exchange) Support Number=+1(855) 266-9652
LocalBitcoins doesn’t adhere to KYC protocols. That understandable since you’re not buying or selling bitcoins from the service. It’s just the middleman who matches you with trading partners, and provides an escrow account for transactions.

So, do you need a government-issued ID to trade on LocalBitcoins? It depends. A lot of sellers will require real-name verification before they’ll agree to sell to you online. The most common method of verification is a government-issued ID. Some sellers will accept a utility bill that has your name on it.

Why do sellers require this? To protect themselves from fraudulent payments. To be clear, you can refuse to verify your name. But you’ll severely limit the number of people who’ll be willing to sell to you online through LocalBitcoins.

Once you’ve created an account, look for advertisements posted by BTC sellers. There are thousands to choose from. You can filter ads according to which sellers accept U.S. dollars and which are located in the U.S. You can also filter ads by the type of payment accepted (cash by mail, Paypal, Moneygram, etc.).

When you find a promising seller, click the “Buy” button to the right of the ad’s Price/BTC. You’ll be taken to the seller’s ad, where you can view the details. You’ll see the seller’s location, feedback score, and the minimum and maximum trading limits. You’ll also see the terms of the trade.

Here’s an example of a current ad posted by a bitcoin seller:

Meeting preferences: McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera

This advertisement is for a cash trade for bitcoin. We will meet at a McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera (or another public area that we agree upon) to do the deal. Can meet most days, simply text me and we can set up a meeting.

LocalBitcoins uses a number of features to keep your money and your data safe. First up, it’s reputation feature. Every buyer and seller has a reputation score. This score results from the feedback left by others after each completed transaction. Use this feature to find traders who have a stellar track record. They’re unlikely to abscond with your money.

You can also enable two-factor authentication for your account. This is a system whereby you’re required to provide two things to prove your identity before you’re allowed to access your account. An example is an alphanumeric code that must be typed in using your phone. Two-factor authentication is a useful security measure.

When you buy and sell on LocalBitcoins, the bitcoins are placed into an escrow account. This is another layer of protection against scams and charlatans. As noted earlier, the bitcoins are locked down until the seller verifies that he or she has received payment from the buyer.

In the event you experience a problem with a trade, LocalBitcoins will help you to resolve it (see Customer Support Options below). Also, many questions can be answered by posing them to other customers on the LocalBitcoins forums.

Other forms of payment besides cash will not be accepted. Bitcoins will be transmitted instantly.”

If the terms are to your liking, type in the amount you’d like to purchase, and click the “Send Trade Request” button.

LocalBitcoins will transfer bitcoins from the seller’s wallet to an escrow account when a trade occurs. After you’ve paid for the bitcoins, click the “I have paid” button. As soon as the seller verifies receipt of your payment, LocalBitcoins will release your bitcoins from the escrow account and place them into your wallet.

Buying and selling BTC is free. However, users who place advertisements on LocalBitcoins are required to pay a 1% fee on each trade. So if you’re buying, you can avoid this fee by responding to sellers’ ads.

Transactions are instant, though it can take up to an hour to get everything squared away. That’s a conservative estimate. Transactions are often completed in minutes.

If you’re moving bitcoins between your LocalBitcoins wallet and another wallet, you’ll be charged a small transaction fee. The amount of the fee is continually adjusted to reflect network congestion.

If you want to buy bitcoins, all you have to do is look through sellers’ ads and find those that cater to your preferences. Want to meet the seller at your local McDonalds? No problem. Want to buy online using your Paypal account? Again, no problem.

If you want to sell bitcoins, all you have to do is create an ad with your terms. Buyers will find you. Just remember that, as the advertiser, you’ll be on the hook for the 1% trading fee. Alternatively, you can look through buyers’ ads to find someone to sell to.

Everything about the service is intuitive, and nothing is left to chance. LocalBitcoins also provides a helpful FAQ section that contains simple instructions, links to easy-to-follow guides, and even video tutorials. Things are laid out so well that you probably won’t need to use these resources. But they’re there if you need them.
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Localbitcoins (P2P Exchange) Support Number=+1(855) 266-9652 -Why do sellers require this? To protect themselves from fraudulent payments.


Localbitcoins (P2P Exchange) Support Number=+1(855) 266-9652
LocalBitcoins doesn’t adhere to KYC protocols. That understandable since you’re not buying or selling bitcoins from the service. It’s just the middleman who matches you with trading partners, and provides an escrow account for transactions.

So, do you need a government-issued ID to trade on LocalBitcoins? It depends. A lot of sellers will require real-name verification before they’ll agree to sell to you online. The most common method of verification is a government-issued ID. Some sellers will accept a utility bill that has your name on it.

Why do sellers require this? To protect themselves from fraudulent payments. To be clear, you can refuse to verify your name. But you’ll severely limit the number of people who’ll be willing to sell to you online through LocalBitcoins.

Once you’ve created an account, look for advertisements posted by BTC sellers. There are thousands to choose from. You can filter ads according to which sellers accept U.S. dollars and which are located in the U.S. You can also filter ads by the type of payment accepted (cash by mail, Paypal, Moneygram, etc.).

When you find a promising seller, click the “Buy” button to the right of the ad’s Price/BTC. You’ll be taken to the seller’s ad, where you can view the details. You’ll see the seller’s location, feedback score, and the minimum and maximum trading limits. You’ll also see the terms of the trade.

Here’s an example of a current ad posted by a bitcoin seller:

Meeting preferences: McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera

This advertisement is for a cash trade for bitcoin. We will meet at a McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera (or another public area that we agree upon) to do the deal. Can meet most days, simply text me and we can set up a meeting.

LocalBitcoins uses a number of features to keep your money and your data safe. First up, it’s reputation feature. Every buyer and seller has a reputation score. This score results from the feedback left by others after each completed transaction. Use this feature to find traders who have a stellar track record. They’re unlikely to abscond with your money.

You can also enable two-factor authentication for your account. This is a system whereby you’re required to provide two things to prove your identity before you’re allowed to access your account. An example is an alphanumeric code that must be typed in using your phone. Two-factor authentication is a useful security measure.

When you buy and sell on LocalBitcoins, the bitcoins are placed into an escrow account. This is another layer of protection against scams and charlatans. As noted earlier, the bitcoins are locked down until the seller verifies that he or she has received payment from the buyer.

In the event you experience a problem with a trade, LocalBitcoins will help you to resolve it (see Customer Support Options below). Also, many questions can be answered by posing them to other customers on the LocalBitcoins forums.

Other forms of payment besides cash will not be accepted. Bitcoins will be transmitted instantly.”

If the terms are to your liking, type in the amount you’d like to purchase, and click the “Send Trade Request” button.

LocalBitcoins will transfer bitcoins from the seller’s wallet to an escrow account when a trade occurs. After you’ve paid for the bitcoins, click the “I have paid” button. As soon as the seller verifies receipt of your payment, LocalBitcoins will release your bitcoins from the escrow account and place them into your wallet.

Buying and selling BTC is free. However, users who place advertisements on LocalBitcoins are required to pay a 1% fee on each trade. So if you’re buying, you can avoid this fee by responding to sellers’ ads.

Transactions are instant, though it can take up to an hour to get everything squared away. That’s a conservative estimate. Transactions are often completed in minutes.

If you’re moving bitcoins between your LocalBitcoins wallet and another wallet, you’ll be charged a small transaction fee. The amount of the fee is continually adjusted to reflect network congestion.

If you want to buy bitcoins, all you have to do is look through sellers’ ads and find those that cater to your preferences. Want to meet the seller at your local McDonalds? No problem. Want to buy online using your Paypal account? Again, no problem.

If you want to sell bitcoins, all you have to do is create an ad with your terms. Buyers will find you. Just remember that, as the advertiser, you’ll be on the hook for the 1% trading fee. Alternatively, you can look through buyers’ ads to find someone to sell to.

Everything about the service is intuitive, and nothing is left to chance. LocalBitcoins also provides a helpful FAQ section that contains simple instructions, links to easy-to-follow guides, and even video tutorials. Things are laid out so well that you probably won’t need to use these resources. But they’re there if you need them.
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Localbitcoins (P2P Exchange) Support Number=+1(855) 266-9652


Localbitcoins (P2P Exchange) Support Number=+1(855) 266-9652
LocalBitcoins doesn’t adhere to KYC protocols. That understandable since you’re not buying or selling bitcoins from the service. It’s just the middleman who matches you with trading partners, and provides an escrow account for transactions.

So, do you need a government-issued ID to trade on LocalBitcoins? It depends. A lot of sellers will require real-name verification before they’ll agree to sell to you online. The most common method of verification is a government-issued ID. Some sellers will accept a utility bill that has your name on it.

Why do sellers require this? To protect themselves from fraudulent payments. To be clear, you can refuse to verify your name. But you’ll severely limit the number of people who’ll be willing to sell to you online through LocalBitcoins.

Once you’ve created an account, look for advertisements posted by BTC sellers. There are thousands to choose from. You can filter ads according to which sellers accept U.S. dollars and which are located in the U.S. You can also filter ads by the type of payment accepted (cash by mail, Paypal, Moneygram, etc.).

When you find a promising seller, click the “Buy” button to the right of the ad’s Price/BTC. You’ll be taken to the seller’s ad, where you can view the details. You’ll see the seller’s location, feedback score, and the minimum and maximum trading limits. You’ll also see the terms of the trade.

Here’s an example of a current ad posted by a bitcoin seller:

Meeting preferences: McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera

This advertisement is for a cash trade for bitcoin. We will meet at a McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera (or another public area that we agree upon) to do the deal. Can meet most days, simply text me and we can set up a meeting.

LocalBitcoins uses a number of features to keep your money and your data safe. First up, it’s reputation feature. Every buyer and seller has a reputation score. This score results from the feedback left by others after each completed transaction. Use this feature to find traders who have a stellar track record. They’re unlikely to abscond with your money.

You can also enable two-factor authentication for your account. This is a system whereby you’re required to provide two things to prove your identity before you’re allowed to access your account. An example is an alphanumeric code that must be typed in using your phone. Two-factor authentication is a useful security measure.

When you buy and sell on LocalBitcoins, the bitcoins are placed into an escrow account. This is another layer of protection against scams and charlatans. As noted earlier, the bitcoins are locked down until the seller verifies that he or she has received payment from the buyer.

In the event you experience a problem with a trade, LocalBitcoins will help you to resolve it (see Customer Support Options below). Also, many questions can be answered by posing them to other customers on the LocalBitcoins forums.

Other forms of payment besides cash will not be accepted. Bitcoins will be transmitted instantly.”

If the terms are to your liking, type in the amount you’d like to purchase, and click the “Send Trade Request” button.

LocalBitcoins will transfer bitcoins from the seller’s wallet to an escrow account when a trade occurs. After you’ve paid for the bitcoins, click the “I have paid” button. As soon as the seller verifies receipt of your payment, LocalBitcoins will release your bitcoins from the escrow account and place them into your wallet.

Buying and selling BTC is free. However, users who place advertisements on LocalBitcoins are required to pay a 1% fee on each trade. So if you’re buying, you can avoid this fee by responding to sellers’ ads.

Transactions are instant, though it can take up to an hour to get everything squared away. That’s a conservative estimate. Transactions are often completed in minutes.

If you’re moving bitcoins between your LocalBitcoins wallet and another wallet, you’ll be charged a small transaction fee. The amount of the fee is continually adjusted to reflect network congestion.

If you want to buy bitcoins, all you have to do is look through sellers’ ads and find those that cater to your preferences. Want to meet the seller at your local McDonalds? No problem. Want to buy online using your Paypal account? Again, no problem.

If you want to sell bitcoins, all you have to do is create an ad with your terms. Buyers will find you. Just remember that, as the advertiser, you’ll be on the hook for the 1% trading fee. Alternatively, you can look through buyers’ ads to find someone to sell to.

Everything about the service is intuitive, and nothing is left to chance. LocalBitcoins also provides a helpful FAQ section that contains simple instructions, links to easy-to-follow guides, and even video tutorials. Things are laid out so well that you probably won’t need to use these resources. But they’re there if you need them.
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Localbitcoins Customer Customer Support Number=--------+1(855) 266-9652 ------^&*


Localbitcoins (P2P Exchange) Support Number=+1(855) 266-9652
LocalBitcoins doesn’t adhere to KYC protocols. That understandable since you’re not buying or selling bitcoins from the service. It’s just the middleman who matches you with trading partners, and provides an escrow account for transactions.

So, do you need a government-issued ID to trade on LocalBitcoins? It depends. A lot of sellers will require real-name verification before they’ll agree to sell to you online. The most common method of verification is a government-issued ID. Some sellers will accept a utility bill that has your name on it.

Why do sellers require this? To protect themselves from fraudulent payments. To be clear, you can refuse to verify your name. But you’ll severely limit the number of people who’ll be willing to sell to you online through LocalBitcoins.

Once you’ve created an account, look for advertisements posted by BTC sellers. There are thousands to choose from. You can filter ads according to which sellers accept U.S. dollars and which are located in the U.S. You can also filter ads by the type of payment accepted (cash by mail, Paypal, Moneygram, etc.).

When you find a promising seller, click the “Buy” button to the right of the ad’s Price/BTC. You’ll be taken to the seller’s ad, where you can view the details. You’ll see the seller’s location, feedback score, and the minimum and maximum trading limits. You’ll also see the terms of the trade.

Here’s an example of a current ad posted by a bitcoin seller:

Meeting preferences: McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera

This advertisement is for a cash trade for bitcoin. We will meet at a McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera (or another public area that we agree upon) to do the deal. Can meet most days, simply text me and we can set up a meeting.

LocalBitcoins uses a number of features to keep your money and your data safe. First up, it’s reputation feature. Every buyer and seller has a reputation score. This score results from the feedback left by others after each completed transaction. Use this feature to find traders who have a stellar track record. They’re unlikely to abscond with your money.

You can also enable two-factor authentication for your account. This is a system whereby you’re required to provide two things to prove your identity before you’re allowed to access your account. An example is an alphanumeric code that must be typed in using your phone. Two-factor authentication is a useful security measure.

When you buy and sell on LocalBitcoins, the bitcoins are placed into an escrow account. This is another layer of protection against scams and charlatans. As noted earlier, the bitcoins are locked down until the seller verifies that he or she has received payment from the buyer.

In the event you experience a problem with a trade, LocalBitcoins will help you to resolve it (see Customer Support Options below). Also, many questions can be answered by posing them to other customers on the LocalBitcoins forums.

Other forms of payment besides cash will not be accepted. Bitcoins will be transmitted instantly.”

If the terms are to your liking, type in the amount you’d like to purchase, and click the “Send Trade Request” button.

LocalBitcoins will transfer bitcoins from the seller’s wallet to an escrow account when a trade occurs. After you’ve paid for the bitcoins, click the “I have paid” button. As soon as the seller verifies receipt of your payment, LocalBitcoins will release your bitcoins from the escrow account and place them into your wallet.

Buying and selling BTC is free. However, users who place advertisements on LocalBitcoins are required to pay a 1% fee on each trade. So if you’re buying, you can avoid this fee by responding to sellers’ ads.

Transactions are instant, though it can take up to an hour to get everything squared away. That’s a conservative estimate. Transactions are often completed in minutes.

If you’re moving bitcoins between your LocalBitcoins wallet and another wallet, you’ll be charged a small transaction fee. The amount of the fee is continually adjusted to reflect network congestion.

If you want to buy bitcoins, all you have to do is look through sellers’ ads and find those that cater to your preferences. Want to meet the seller at your local McDonalds? No problem. Want to buy online using your Paypal account? Again, no problem.

If you want to sell bitcoins, all you have to do is create an ad with your terms. Buyers will find you. Just remember that, as the advertiser, you’ll be on the hook for the 1% trading fee. Alternatively, you can look through buyers’ ads to find someone to sell to.

Everything about the service is intuitive, and nothing is left to chance. LocalBitcoins also provides a helpful FAQ section that contains simple instructions, links to easy-to-follow guides, and even video tutorials. Things are laid out so well that you probably won’t need to use these resources. But they’re there if you need them.
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Localbitcoins Customer Service Phone Number=+1(855) 266-9652


Localbitcoins (P2P Exchange) Support Number=+1(855) 266-9652
LocalBitcoins doesn’t adhere to KYC protocols. That understandable since you’re not buying or selling bitcoins from the service. It’s just the middleman who matches you with trading partners, and provides an escrow account for transactions.

So, do you need a government-issued ID to trade on LocalBitcoins? It depends. A lot of sellers will require real-name verification before they’ll agree to sell to you online. The most common method of verification is a government-issued ID. Some sellers will accept a utility bill that has your name on it.

Why do sellers require this? To protect themselves from fraudulent payments. To be clear, you can refuse to verify your name. But you’ll severely limit the number of people who’ll be willing to sell to you online through LocalBitcoins.

Once you’ve created an account, look for advertisements posted by BTC sellers. There are thousands to choose from. You can filter ads according to which sellers accept U.S. dollars and which are located in the U.S. You can also filter ads by the type of payment accepted (cash by mail, Paypal, Moneygram, etc.).

When you find a promising seller, click the “Buy” button to the right of the ad’s Price/BTC. You’ll be taken to the seller’s ad, where you can view the details. You’ll see the seller’s location, feedback score, and the minimum and maximum trading limits. You’ll also see the terms of the trade.

Here’s an example of a current ad posted by a bitcoin seller:

Meeting preferences: McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera

This advertisement is for a cash trade for bitcoin. We will meet at a McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera (or another public area that we agree upon) to do the deal. Can meet most days, simply text me and we can set up a meeting.

LocalBitcoins uses a number of features to keep your money and your data safe. First up, it’s reputation feature. Every buyer and seller has a reputation score. This score results from the feedback left by others after each completed transaction. Use this feature to find traders who have a stellar track record. They’re unlikely to abscond with your money.

You can also enable two-factor authentication for your account. This is a system whereby you’re required to provide two things to prove your identity before you’re allowed to access your account. An example is an alphanumeric code that must be typed in using your phone. Two-factor authentication is a useful security measure.

When you buy and sell on LocalBitcoins, the bitcoins are placed into an escrow account. This is another layer of protection against scams and charlatans. As noted earlier, the bitcoins are locked down until the seller verifies that he or she has received payment from the buyer.

In the event you experience a problem with a trade, LocalBitcoins will help you to resolve it (see Customer Support Options below). Also, many questions can be answered by posing them to other customers on the LocalBitcoins forums.

Other forms of payment besides cash will not be accepted. Bitcoins will be transmitted instantly.”

If the terms are to your liking, type in the amount you’d like to purchase, and click the “Send Trade Request” button.

LocalBitcoins will transfer bitcoins from the seller’s wallet to an escrow account when a trade occurs. After you’ve paid for the bitcoins, click the “I have paid” button. As soon as the seller verifies receipt of your payment, LocalBitcoins will release your bitcoins from the escrow account and place them into your wallet.

Buying and selling BTC is free. However, users who place advertisements on LocalBitcoins are required to pay a 1% fee on each trade. So if you’re buying, you can avoid this fee by responding to sellers’ ads.

Transactions are instant, though it can take up to an hour to get everything squared away. That’s a conservative estimate. Transactions are often completed in minutes.

If you’re moving bitcoins between your LocalBitcoins wallet and another wallet, you’ll be charged a small transaction fee. The amount of the fee is continually adjusted to reflect network congestion.

If you want to buy bitcoins, all you have to do is look through sellers’ ads and find those that cater to your preferences. Want to meet the seller at your local McDonalds? No problem. Want to buy online using your Paypal account? Again, no problem.

If you want to sell bitcoins, all you have to do is create an ad with your terms. Buyers will find you. Just remember that, as the advertiser, you’ll be on the hook for the 1% trading fee. Alternatively, you can look through buyers’ ads to find someone to sell to.

Everything about the service is intuitive, and nothing is left to chance. LocalBitcoins also provides a helpful FAQ section that contains simple instructions, links to easy-to-follow guides, and even video tutorials. Things are laid out so well that you probably won’t need to use these resources. But they’re there if you need them.
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LocalBitcoins doesn’t adhere to KYC protocols. That understandable since you’re not buying or selling bitcoins from the service. It’s just the middleman who matches you with trading partners, and provides an escrow account for transactions.
So, do you need a government-issued ID to trade on LocalBitcoins? It depends. A lot of sellers will require real-name verification before they’ll agree to sell to you online. The most common method of verification is a government-issued ID. Some sellers will accept a utility bill that has your name on it.
Why do sellers require this? To protect themselves from fraudulent payments. To be clear, you can refuse to verify your name. But you’ll severely limit the number of people who’ll be willing to sell to you online through LocalBitcoins.
Once you’ve created an account, look for advertisements posted by BTC sellers. There are thousands to choose from. You can filter ads according to which sellers accept U.S. dollars and which are located in the U.S. You can also filter ads by the type of payment accepted (cash by mail, Paypal, Moneygram, etc.).
When you find a promising seller, click the “Buy” button to the right of the ad’s Price/BTC. You’ll be taken to the seller’s ad, where you can view the details. You’ll see the seller’s location, feedback score, and the minimum and maximum trading limits. You’ll also see the terms of the trade.
Here’s an example of a current ad posted by a bitcoin seller:
Meeting preferences: McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera
This advertisement is for a cash trade for bitcoin. We will meet at a McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera (or another public area that we agree upon) to do the deal. Can meet most days, simply text me and we can set up a meeting.
LocalBitcoins uses a number of features to keep your money and your data safe. First up, it’s reputation feature. Every buyer and seller has a reputation score. This score results from the feedback left by others after each completed transaction. Use this feature to find traders who have a stellar track record. They’re unlikely to abscond with your money.
You can also enable two-factor authentication for your account. This is a system whereby you’re required to provide two things to prove your identity before you’re allowed to access your account. An example is an alphanumeric code that must be typed in using your phone. Two-factor authentication is a useful security measure.
When you buy and sell on LocalBitcoins, the bitcoins are placed into an escrow account. This is another layer of protection against scams and charlatans. As noted earlier, the bitcoins are locked down until the seller verifies that he or she has received payment from the buyer.
In the event you experience a problem with a trade, LocalBitcoins will help you to resolve it (see Customer Support Options below). Also, many questions can be answered by posing them to other customers on the LocalBitcoins forums.
Other forms of payment besides cash will not be accepted. Bitcoins will be transmitted instantly.”
If the terms are to your liking, type in the amount you’d like to purchase, and click the “Send Trade Request” button.
LocalBitcoins will transfer bitcoins from the seller’s wallet to an escrow account when a trade occurs. After you’ve paid for the bitcoins, click the “I have paid” button. As soon as the seller verifies receipt of your payment, LocalBitcoins will release your bitcoins from the escrow account and place them into your wallet.
Buying and selling BTC is free. However, users who place advertisements on LocalBitcoins are required to pay a 1% fee on each trade. So if you’re buying, you can avoid this fee by responding to sellers’ ads.
Transactions are instant, though it can take up to an hour to get everything squared away. That’s a conservative estimate. Transactions are often completed in minutes.
If you’re moving bitcoins between your LocalBitcoins wallet and another wallet, you’ll be charged a small transaction fee. The amount of the fee is continually adjusted to reflect network congestion.
If you want to buy bitcoins, all you have to do is look through sellers’ ads and find those that cater to your preferences. Want to meet the seller at your local McDonalds? No problem. Want to buy online using your Paypal account? Again, no problem.
If you want to sell bitcoins, all you have to do is create an ad with your terms. Buyers will find you. Just remember that, as the advertiser, you’ll be on the hook for the 1% trading fee. Alternatively, you can look through buyers’ ads to find someone to sell to.
Everything about the service is intuitive, and nothing is left to chance. LocalBitcoins also provides a helpful FAQ section that contains simple instructions, links to easy-to-follow guides, and even video tutorials. Things are laid out so well that you probably won’t need to use these resources. But they’re there if you need them.
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HOW TO BUY BITCOIN ON LOCALBITCOINS

HOW TO BUY BITCOIN ON LOCALBITCOINS
LocalBitcoins, one of the largest P2P bitcoin trading platforms in the world, was launched in the year 2012.
LocalBitcoins enable individuals to trade bitcoins online and it acts as a trusted hub for the bitcoin investors located in various countries where there are no local exchanges.

HOW TO BUY BITCOIN ON LOCALBITCOINS

Buy bitcoin on LocalBitcoins:
Firstly you need to access www.localbitcoins.com then follow the below steps

1. To Register an account

To create your account, you need to click on the “Sign up free” on the top right of the homepage.
There you will find the registration page, in which you have to provide a username, an email address, and password.
Think twice before setting the password, make sure it will not relate with your name, age, date of birth and any other personal information about you.
Once the form is finished, automatically you will receive a confirmation email. Click on the link in your email to confirm that the email address belongs to you.
After the confirmation of your email address, you will be asked to provide personal details, including your full name and phone number.
This step is more important to confirm your mobile number,because when there is a need to reset the details and password of yours in such case localbitcoins send the verify message to this mobile number only.
Enter that code to complete that you get in your mobile number for the account setup.
Now, you will be redirected to the trading dashboard, where you can start buying and selling bitcoin.
2. Payment Options
Localbitcoins supports a high number of payment options.Likewise it supports Prepaid debit cards, Cashier's checks, Credit cards, venmo, Google Wallet, Paypal, Moneygram, Xoom, Wire Transfers, Western Union, Postal orders

3. Buy bitcoin

Using any one of the above method you can buy Bitcoins from drop down menu on the localbitcoins.com
Next, you have to choose for a seller who is offering the amount of BTC. Buy it from sellers at a price at your comfort.
click on the “Buy” button, once you select the seller, After this step you will be taken on the offer’s trade page.
In this you will find a box where you can put your trade requirements and the exact amount
Once you insert the amount to buy, then you find the terms of trade. Carefully read on the terms of the trade.
If you are satisfied with the terms of the trade as outlined by the seller, you can click “Send trade request.”.
Next step, you have one hour to make the payment, at once after your payment is confirmed by the seller, then you will receive your purchased bitcoin in your LocalBitcoins wallet.
Until this stage the LocalBitcoins will hold the bitcoin in escrow. This kind of transaction reduces the chance of someone paying without receiving their bitcoin and vice versa.

4.Send your bitcoin to a secure wallet

Finally you received the bitcoins not but least you are now advised to transfer your purchase bitcoin to a personal bitcoin wallet to which you hold the private keys.
To access your LocalBitcoins wallet, you click “Wallet” on the dashboard and then “Send bitcoins.” There you can add the bitcoin address of your personal wallets to transfer your purchased BTC holdings to your wallet.
Ideally, you should be sending your bitcoin to a hardware wallet that stores your digital currency offline.
The above prescribed steps helps you to keep your bitcoins safe from the hackers.
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How To Buy Bitcoins From Localbitcoins.com

How To Buy Bitcoins From Localbitcoins.com
How To Buy Bitcoins From Localbitcoins.com

How To Buy Bitcoins From Localbitcoins
LocalBitcoins is one of the trusted bitcoin trading platforms for peer-to-peer marketplaces. LocalBitcoins accepts over 60 different payment methods.
Any individual can buy bitcoin either online or in-person using LocalBitcoins. It seems to be an alternative to major bitcoin exchanges such as Binance and Kraken.

Escrow

LocalBitcoins puts the amount of bitcoin being sold in escrow.This escrow system, prevents your money from losing once you paid and provides your money, the complete security on bitcoins purchase time.
This feature is currently applicable only for the online trades and not allowed for local trades, where you meet someone face-to-face.
Most Trusted Payment methods on LocalBitcoins
Below listed are various modes of payment on Localbitcoins
  • Prepaid debit cards
  • Cashier's checks
  • Credit cards
  • venmo
  • Google Wallet
  • Paypal
  • Moneygram
  • Xoom
  • Wire Transfers
  • Western Union
  • Postal orders etc.,
How To Buy Bitcoin On LocalBitcoins
Here’s step by step procedure stated on how to buy bitcoin using LocalBitcoins, they are

Step 1: Open LocalBitcoins website

Initial step open the local bitcoin website, and make sure once that you opened the original website and not the website launched by scammers with the fake version
Step 2: Create an Account
Go to https://localbitcoins.com/registe
You get a free and secure online bitcoin wallet.
No additional apps are needed
If you already have a LocalBitcoins account, you can skip this step

Step3: Select an advertisement

From the advertisements list choose any one of the traders who have a good reputation score and a high amount of trades.
You can also check this from response time indicator shows, it clearly indicates you the status in different colours.
Green Colour: If a trader replies within five minutes
Yellow Colour: If trader replies within 30 minutes
Grey colour: If the trader replies slower than 30 minutes .
Additionally you can also click the 'Buy' button to view more information about an advertisement.

Step 4: Choose a payment method

Carefully select any one of the payment methods as listed above and press the buy button

Step 5: Pay the seller

Once you press the 'Buy' button you'll see more information about the advertisement, including the terms of the trade.
Read it all carefully before submitting the trade request, if you do not agree to trade with them, then you can go back to the previous page and choose another advertisement.
To start the trade, type in the blue box how much you want to buy, enter a message for the seller and click the Send trade request button to start the trade.
Be sure you're ready to pay when clicking the button, if you don't pay before the payment window is over, the trade will be automatically cancelled.
Step6 : Mark payment complete
If you are done on the payment, then click the I have paid button.
Once the trader has verified that your payment has been received your Bitcoin will be released from escrow and they are instantly available in your LocalBitcoins wallet.
And that's all you can successfully finish your first Bitcoin trade!
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Localbitcoins (P2P exchange) Support Number 1+888-780-0222 [email protected]#[email protected]&

LocalBitcoins doesn’t adhere to KYC protocols. That understandable since you’re not buying or selling bitcoins from the service. It’s just the middleman who matches you with trading partners, and provides an escrow account for transactions.
So, do you need a government-issued ID to trade on LocalBitcoins? It depends. A lot of sellers will require real-name verification before they’ll agree to sell to you online. The most common method of verification is a government-issued ID. Some sellers will accept a utility bill that has your name on it.
Why do sellers require this? To protect themselves from fraudulent payments. To be clear, you can refuse to verify your name. But you’ll severely limit the number of people who’ll be willing to sell to you online through LocalBitcoins.
Once you’ve created an account, look for advertisements posted by BTC sellers. There are thousands to choose from. You can filter ads according to which sellers accept U.S. dollars and which are located in the U.S. You can also filter ads by the type of payment accepted (cash by mail, Paypal, Moneygram, etc.).
When you find a promising seller, click the “Buy” button to the right of the ad’s Price/BTC. You’ll be taken to the seller’s ad, where you can view the details. You’ll see the seller’s location, feedback score, and the minimum and maximum trading limits. You’ll also see the terms of the trade.
Here’s an example of a current ad posted by a bitcoin seller:
Meeting preferences: McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera
This advertisement is for a cash trade for bitcoin. We will meet at a McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera (or another public area that we agree upon) to do the deal. Can meet most days, simply text me and we can set up a meeting.
LocalBitcoins uses a number of features to keep your money and your data safe. First up, it’s reputation feature. Every buyer and seller has a reputation score. This score results from the feedback left by others after each completed transaction. Use this feature to find traders who have a stellar track record. They’re unlikely to abscond with your money.
You can also enable two-factor authentication for your account. This is a system whereby you’re required to provide two things to prove your identity before you’re allowed to access your account. An example is an alphanumeric code that must be typed in using your phone. Two-factor authentication is a useful security measure.
When you buy and sell on LocalBitcoins, the bitcoins are placed into an escrow account. This is another layer of protection against scams and charlatans. As noted earlier, the bitcoins are locked down until the seller verifies that he or she has received payment from the buyer.
In the event you experience a problem with a trade, LocalBitcoins will help you to resolve it (see Customer Support Options below). Also, many questions can be answered by posing them to other customers on the LocalBitcoins forums.
Other forms of payment besides cash will not be accepted. Bitcoins will be transmitted instantly.”
If the terms are to your liking, type in the amount you’d like to purchase, and click the “Send Trade Request” button.
LocalBitcoins will transfer bitcoins from the seller’s wallet to an escrow account when a trade occurs. After you’ve paid for the bitcoins, click the “I have paid” button. As soon as the seller verifies receipt of your payment, LocalBitcoins will release your bitcoins from the escrow account and place them into your wallet.
Buying and selling BTC is free. However, users who place advertisements on LocalBitcoins are required to pay a 1% fee on each trade. So if you’re buying, you can avoid this fee by responding to sellers’ ads.
Transactions are instant, though it can take up to an hour to get everything squared away. That’s a conservative estimate. Transactions are often completed in minutes.
If you’re moving bitcoins between your LocalBitcoins wallet and another wallet, you’ll be charged a small transaction fee. The amount of the fee is continually adjusted to reflect network congestion.
If you want to buy bitcoins, all you have to do is look through sellers’ ads and find those that cater to your preferences. Want to meet the seller at your local McDonalds? No problem. Want to buy online using your Paypal account? Again, no problem.
If you want to sell bitcoins, all you have to do is create an ad with your terms. Buyers will find you. Just remember that, as the advertiser, you’ll be on the hook for the 1% trading fee. Alternatively, you can look through buyers’ ads to find someone to sell to.
Everything about the service is intuitive, and nothing is left to chance. LocalBitcoins also provides a helpful FAQ section that contains simple instructions, links to easy-to-follow guides, and even video tutorials. Things are laid out so well that you probably won’t need to use these resources. But they’re there if you need them.
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Localbitcoins (P2P Exchange) Support Number

LocalBitcoins doesn’t adhere to KYC protocols. That understandable since you’re not buying or selling bitcoins from the service. It’s just the middleman who matches you with trading partners, and provides an escrow account for transactions.
So, do you need a government-issued ID to trade on LocalBitcoins? It depends. A lot of sellers will require real-name verification before they’ll agree to sell to you online. The most common method of verification is a government-issued ID. Some sellers will accept a utility bill that has your name on it.
Why do sellers require this? To protect themselves from fraudulent payments. To be clear, you can refuse to verify your name. But you’ll severely limit the number of people who’ll be willing to sell to you online through LocalBitcoins.
Once you’ve created an account, look for advertisements posted by BTC sellers. There are thousands to choose from. You can filter ads according to which sellers accept U.S. dollars and which are located in the U.S. You can also filter ads by the type of payment accepted (cash by mail, Paypal, Moneygram, etc.).
When you find a promising seller, click the “Buy” button to the right of the ad’s Price/BTC. You’ll be taken to the seller’s ad, where you can view the details. You’ll see the seller’s location, feedback score, and the minimum and maximum trading limits. You’ll also see the terms of the trade.
Here’s an example of a current ad posted by a bitcoin seller:
Meeting preferences: McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera
This advertisement is for a cash trade for bitcoin. We will meet at a McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera (or another public area that we agree upon) to do the deal. Can meet most days, simply text me and we can set up a meeting.
LocalBitcoins uses a number of features to keep your money and your data safe. First up, it’s reputation feature. Every buyer and seller has a reputation score. This score results from the feedback left by others after each completed transaction. Use this feature to find traders who have a stellar track record. They’re unlikely to abscond with your money.
You can also enable two-factor authentication for your account. This is a system whereby you’re required to provide two things to prove your identity before you’re allowed to access your account. An example is an alphanumeric code that must be typed in using your phone. Two-factor authentication is a useful security measure.
When you buy and sell on LocalBitcoins, the bitcoins are placed into an escrow account. This is another layer of protection against scams and charlatans. As noted earlier, the bitcoins are locked down until the seller verifies that he or she has received payment from the buyer.
In the event you experience a problem with a trade, LocalBitcoins will help you to resolve it (see Customer Support Options below). Also, many questions can be answered by posing them to other customers on the LocalBitcoins forums.
Other forms of payment besides cash will not be accepted. Bitcoins will be transmitted instantly.”
If the terms are to your liking, type in the amount you’d like to purchase, and click the “Send Trade Request” button.
LocalBitcoins will transfer bitcoins from the seller’s wallet to an escrow account when a trade occurs. After you’ve paid for the bitcoins, click the “I have paid” button. As soon as the seller verifies receipt of your payment, LocalBitcoins will release your bitcoins from the escrow account and place them into your wallet.
Buying and selling BTC is free. However, users who place advertisements on LocalBitcoins are required to pay a 1% fee on each trade. So if you’re buying, you can avoid this fee by responding to sellers’ ads.
Transactions are instant, though it can take up to an hour to get everything squared away. That’s a conservative estimate. Transactions are often completed in minutes.
If you’re moving bitcoins between your LocalBitcoins wallet and another wallet, you’ll be charged a small transaction fee. The amount of the fee is continually adjusted to reflect network congestion.
If you want to buy bitcoins, all you have to do is look through sellers’ ads and find those that cater to your preferences. Want to meet the seller at your local McDonalds? No problem. Want to buy online using your Paypal account? Again, no problem.
If you want to sell bitcoins, all you have to do is create an ad with your terms. Buyers will find you. Just remember that, as the advertiser, you’ll be on the hook for the 1% trading fee. Alternatively, you can look through buyers’ ads to find someone to sell to.
Everything about the service is intuitive, and nothing is left to chance. LocalBitcoins also provides a helpful FAQ section that contains simple instructions, links to easy-to-follow guides, and even video tutorials. Things are laid out so well that you probably won’t need to use these resources. But they’re there if you need them.
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All I needed or wanted to do was purchase space heaters for my mother, the gas is out and it's winter, and I'm overseas. Just $200 odd dollaras.
I explored and researched all the sites and possible trade options, coins for gift cards, etc etc. Tried sending WU 4 days. Bank to bank 2 days or more plus fees. No credit card available.
What a disappointing experience, ultimately sent moneygram, using bank, cash pick up for her - instant. Sad that banks and the financial institutions industry is so grossly delayed in event of urgency and a desire for flexibility and transparency in getting money to family.
The Bitcoin to online department store process is too risky. What if the cards are reused? They require the BTC after uploading the image of the "brand new" card, yeah no thanks. I was had by a stolen LBC account before. The money transfer, crypto, and international financial sector are emotionally taxing and I find the processes to be discouraging.
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I'm an early Bitcoin adopter. As of today, I own no Bitcoin. RaiBlocks is my biggest holding. Here are my thoughts regarding the current situation.

I might get some shit for this, even from this community. I was an early adopter in Bitcoin since 2013 when the BTC price was in double digits. I didn't buy an insane amount, but I also didn't sell until mid to late 2017. I held through the Mt. Gox scandal, Silk Road shutdown, all of the China bannings... The first time I sold any was when Jihan and his crew announced that they would hard fork. The community had already become toxic, and everything you saw on Reddit was related to the "war" and how other coins sucked. This was in contrast to the good ol' days when you could go online and read about the technology and its progress. Despite all of the drama, I was still a Bitcoin fanatic. I didn't like Ethereum at the time because all of the Ethereum fanboys were talking shit about Bitcoin and how "the flippening" was coming, and I was on the "Bitcoin side."
Slowly, I had started to lose faith in Bitcoin due to this ever-worsening dipolar situation where the Bitcoin fans had divided into Core supporters vs Bcash supporters. The Core devs would absolutely refuse to allow 2mb blocks (and mentally insane Luke Jr even wants to reduce BTC blocksize), and the Bitcoin Cash fans wanted endless blocksize with no Segwit or other improvements. Kind of like Democrat versus Republican where you need to be one or the other, or else you don't fit in.
There is an old Arab proverb: “I against my brother; I and my brother against my cousin; I and my brother and my cousin against the world.” Unfortunately we are still not at the point where we can act amicably towards one another - even in cases where two coins are not direct competitors... And I realize now how I got sucked into the Bitcoin cult and the r-bitcoin vs r-btc war. I realize that I had slowly become blind.
In late 2017, I was still moving BTC around in contrast to some people who put it into cold storage and forget about it. I was quickly becoming tired of waiting to see if my $15 fee transaction would get me into the next block or three. I was tired of waiting to see when my transaction would get its first confirmation. I would wait between one hour and days to see when my transaction got a certain amount of confirmations.
In the early days of Bitcoin, the most popular meme and one of the few memes posted was comparing the transaction costs of Western Union and MoneyGram to Bitcoin.
In early December I sold some BTC for RaiBlocks. It was a new technology that I didn't know much about (relative to Bitcoin, which I know a lot about), and it wasn't popular at all. When I read more about Raiblocks, I sold all of my "faster" altcoins into it (i.e. Litecoin and Vertcoin). And even more of the "king" Bitcoin.
I grow tired of people trying to make a quick buck while fomo'ing into shitcoins and not caring about technology or purpose.
Bitcoin no longer deserves to be in the #1 spot. As of today, I own no Bitcoin. I sold every last bit of it. I put it into RaiBlocks and Monero, and Ethereum. I put my money in the coins that deserve it. The coins that the world needs. And the three biggest needs in my opinion are that of a fast, digital, decentalized currency with no fees; a complete privacy coin that may be slower and higher in fee; and a platform for applications. Bitcoin is the next Myspace. It no longer solves a problem or fulfills a need.
Nano. Monero. Ethereum.
Nano/RaiBlocks is doing remarkably well despite these exchange problems. The developers are doing a remarkable job. Hell, even BitGrail may be doing a really good job with respect to the amount of resources they have. Remember the saying "be greedy when others are fearful"? Stop being so god damn impatient!
If Nano were to fail for some weird reason, then so be it. I'll see you guys later, one way or another. Either on the sea floor or the moon.
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If you are looking to Buy bitcoin with fiat money, then the methods available will differ based on a few factors:
You indicate that you wish to have access to the coins you purchase promptly.
First time buyers may like the convenience of an online store that sells bitcoin and accepts debit and/or credit card. (e.g., CEX.io, Coinify, CoinCorner, Jubiter, Bittylicious, BitIreleand, Kuna.io Money, LiteBit.eu, GetSatsoshi.org (), Cash App and CoinMama). You can buy BTC on Cash App without ID but you won't be able to withdraw them until you are KYC verified. For paying with a non-reloadable, prepaid GIFT card (VISA/Mastercard/AMEX/Discover) there is CardCoins.
You can purchase online using a No-KYC online store, paying by depositing cash in a bank account or through Moneygram/Western Union:
There are also physical locations where there are Bitcoin ATMs and other vending/voucher methods. For example, in the U.S. there is:
Otherwise, an in-person cash trade or an online trade using a P2P trading exchange are probably your next best options:
P2P Trading exchanges
Here's a useful comparison of exchanges in which you can filter on payment method:
There's always the friends and family methods. Someone you know probably holds bitcoin and would be willing to help you out by selling to you.
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Regularly updating FAQ
Wassup, lots of posts recently of people tryna get in the rep sneaker game. So I decided to help you guys out.
Firstoff, the basics.
What is a seller?
A seller is a person/website/team that gets replica sneakers straight from the factory. There are some cases where the factory is also the seller.
What are these factories?
PK, H12, C4, SS - Some of the well known factories. These factories make replica sneakers, although it is generally agreed that the best way to buy these reps are thru sellers.
Who are these sellers?
A couple of them I can name. Right now, i can name a few trusted sellers on the top of my head. Niceyes, soleshop, namekiki are a few i can name.
The Process
Here is where people are confused, and I don't blame you, sending money to Putian China is scary, and none of us are well accustomed of doing these kind of business. So here is the process
  1. You contact the seller you want to buy from, usually through skype, wechat or whatsapp. I will include a list of contact numbers below.
  2. You then state what pair you want to the seller, the seller will usually check stock, and if there is, he/she will inform you.
  3. You Pay. This is the scary part, you're going to entrust a large amount of money to someone in China. fear not, its normal. Go with the trusted sellers, and just pay. Yes there is risk, but that's a risk we all take to get that 1:1 grails. Some sellers accept WU, Moneygram, CC, or PayPal. Again, a list will be posted below.
  4. Once the seller confirms the money has been received, in a span of 1-3 days, the seller will send you "Quality Check" pictures. These pictures are for you to approve or reject the pair. PSA, DO NOT NITPICK, there is no perfect pair, only reject if there are blatant or obvious flaws.
  5. Once you approve, the seller will proceed to ship the pair to you. Sellers usually ship through DHL or EMS. A couple of others too, but i can't list them all. Just ask. Prior to this step, you can ask for specifications to the seller, e.g. what amount to declare @ customs etc etc.
  6. You'll receive a tracking number, track the shipping process online to see where your shoe is.
  7. Wait and pray. If everything goes smoothly, your pair will be at your doorstep and that 1:1 shoe is all yours baby. Congratulations.
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I have more questions!!
Here is the FAQ.
Q. What is GL and RL?
A. GL is greenlight, to approve the pair, RL is redlight, to reject it. Used in step 4.
Q. Why can't i nitpick? I'm not comfortable with this flaw
A. Son, first of all, you are buying replicas, not retails. There will be flaws, some horrible, some not so obvious. If you want to RL, it is ultimately your choice still, then by all means RL. However, the next pair you get still has a chance for it's stripe to be .07cm off. Your choice my man. What i just wanna say is that, you aren't gonna be called out. I promise u
Q. It's taking so long for the QC pics/Shipping/RL
A. Wait it out. Again, you are buying reps. Reps go through many channels to get delivered to you. Sometimes QC pics take a while due to stock availability or if the seller is waiting on the shoe to be delivered to their warehouse from the main suppliefactory. Sometimes shipments get delayed either domestically or internationally due to certain events. Domesitcally there is a chance of raids/seizures, in which sellers have to hold still to avoid getting affected. Sellers also quite often use DHL's Hong Kong hub to ship packages, so if you're using DHL usually your shoes goes to Hong Kong first before getting to you. Most sellers also use a shipping agent, so before your shoes move to the courier (DHL, EMS, ePacket, etc) they go to a shipping agent first.
Q. What if my shipment gets seized!?!?
A. Some sellers guarantee to reship, some don't. This is out of their goodwill. Technically, the risk of seizure is ours to take, so be thankful if they agree to ship another pair. (Amy/Niceyes reships)
Q What is the best version of yeezy's to buy?
A Generally, PK is a good baseline. Davids, H12 and SS are all good too.
Q How much are these shoes? I only have >$100 budget
A Top tier reps are usually $120-$160. If you can't buy em, you can try boostmaster Lin through superbuy, who usually sells med-low tier reps. That's another subject though.
Q Where can i get the best v2's???
A PK. KO, SS and Davids are also pretty good. But yeah, its hard to go wrong with PK.
Q Credit Card not working on X's site??
A Call your bank, CC company, they probably blocked the order. If not, consider alternatives, such as privacy.com or other burner cards.
Q Best colorway of Yeezy's to buy if i dont wanna get called out?
A Breds and creams are generally the easiest shoes to rep, since there are not much patterns and complex designs. Some even buy budget tier creams that go for 30-80 USD, and still are hard to callout.
Q What size should I get?
A Generally, it is god to get .5 size up in PK batches. However, PK is inconsistent in sizing, so i suggest you measure your foot, and have your seller measure the insole. Other batches, im not sure, maybe someone can help me out.
Q I have read something about free fake receipts/boost insoles, how do i get them?
A Ask your seller, sometimes insoles are free, sometimes they aint. Fake receipts are generally frowned upon here, but if you want to go for that extra flex, then just ask your seller, they usually have it for Yeezys.
Q How much should my shoes be declared?
A Depends, in the Philippines, its generally accepted to declare shoes less then $100 so customs wont have fun with it. Im not sure with other countries, consult your seller and whatever your seller advises should be good. Generally by default most sellers declare at $10-20 USD. If your country's customs is known to ask for proof of invoice/purchase, it is generally advisable to declare the value of the shoes at $30-40 USD as to have a more "believable" price, which may also actually prevent customs from asking for further documentation.
edit: MORE FAQS
Q Help, im size 13++, cant find reps my size!!
A Reps are generally not made in large sizes due to a smaller market, however some pairs are still made, generally, try to ask your seller if they can get you a pair. Michael, and Lin are a few who, according to what ive heard, supply these sizes
Q Isn't my money at the mercy of the sellers the minute i send it to them?
A That's true, technically, they can just run away with your cash and there's nothing you can do about it. However, these sellers who are trusted are honestly just running a business, and running with your cash would be feasible, yes, but that would entail less customers from the reddit market, which they wouldn't want. I've read some stories however, that the reddit market is just a fraction of their customer clientele, take that as you will
Q Is it safe to use credit cards on these sites?
A Generally, it's safe to use cards on the sites of trusted sellers. However, i must advise you that in the end, you're sending money to Chinese people in Putian, China. There will always be risks, and you have to be sure whether or not to take it. If you must use your card, use privacy.com or other substitutes for those not in the US. Virtual Cards also are recommended.
List of sellers and contact information, copy pasted from repguides wiki
http://imgur.com/a/ED7Ez
took out some defunct sellers, and most taobao agents.
Seller Website Payment methods
David http://www.sneakerahead.ru/ CC, Western Union, Moneygram
PK http://perfectkicks.me/ CC, Western Union, Moneygram
Mango http://mangosneaker.v.yupoo.com/ Moneygram, Western Union, PayPal, Taobao agent
Lin http://xienian.v.yupoo.com/ Western Union, Taobao agent that supports Yupoo
Muks http://fengxingtianxiam.v.yupoo.com/ / http://muks-store.com/ CC, Western Union, Moneygram, Bank Transfer
UrbanTees http://marthalin1.v.yupoo.com/ / http://www.urbantees.ru/shop/ CC, Bitcoin
H12 (YeezyMaker) http://www.kickwho.com/ CC, Western Union, Moneygram
Boost Master Lin http://lin10086.v.yupoo.com/ Taobao agent
Will http://www.willskicks.ru/ CC, Western Union, Moneygram
Amy http://niceyes.net / /niceyes CC, Western Union, Moneygram
Kiki http://www.namekiki.net/ /Namekiki WU, Moneygram, CC
Lily http://www.easonyes.net /EasonyesSneakers WU, Moneygram
Vicky http://www.staysucc.net https://www.reddit.com/staysucc/ WU, Moneygram, CC
Seller Website Subreddit/Contact
Weng wengkk350 /wengkksneakers
Bruce - Whatsapp +86 18909162046
Eric Soleshop.me /ericsneakers
Chan - /chanzhfsneakers
Michael - /MichaelSneakers
more resources:
general info: /repguides <-- check their wiki for the complete list of sellers and their contact information.
Peace out.
P.S. sorry if the contact info of the sellers are images, they get filtered out if i put them in the post itself. If you want clickable links, please go check the resources posted above.
shout out to ivsguy for helping me out on this FAQ a ton! real helpful guy
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/u/cointastical on Best wallet for fist time user that only needs to use bitcoin once.

If you are looking to Buy bitcoin with fiat money, then the methods available will differ based on a few factors:
If you are looking to have access to the coins you purchased without much delay, your options are limited on this, your first purchase with many exchanges. Some methods provide this though.
You can purchase online using a No-KYC online store, paying by depositing cash in a bank account or through Moneygram/Western Union:
There are also physical locations where there are Bitcoin ATMs and other vending/voucher methods. For example, in the U.S. there is:
Otherwise, an in-person cash trade or an online trade using a P2P trading exchange are probably your next best options:
P2P Trading exchanges
First time buyers may like the convenience of an online store that sells bitcoin and accepts debit and/or credit card. I do not know which ones require ID verification/KYC. (e.g., CEX.io, Coinify, CoinCorner, Jubiter, Bittylicious, BitIreleand, Kuna.io Money, LiteBit.eu, GetSatsoshi.org (), Cash App and CoinMama). You can buy BTC on Cash App without ID but you won't be able to withdraw them until you are KYC verified. For paying with a non-reloadable, prepaid GIFT card (VISA/Mastercard/AMEX/Discover) there is CardCoins.
Here's a useful comparison of exchanges in which you can filter on payment method:
There's always the friends and family methods. Someone you know probably holds bitcoin and would be willing to help you out by selling to you.
cointastical
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/u/cointastical on Cash App shut my account down

If you are looking to Buy bitcoin with fiat money, then the methods available will differ based on a few factors:
You can purchase online using a No-KYC online store, paying by depositing cash in a bank account or through Moneygram/Western Union:
There are also physical locations where there are Bitcoin ATMs and other vending/voucher methods. For example, in the U.S. there is:
First time buyers may like the convenience of an online store that sells bitcoin and accepts debit and/or credit card. You will find fees higher than Cash App though many do let you have access to your coins promplty. e.g., CEX.io, Coinify, CoinCorner, Jubiter, Bittylicious, BitIreleand, Kuna.io Money, LiteBit.eu, GetSatsoshi.org (), Cash App and CoinMama). You can buy BTC on Cash App without ID but you won't be able to withdraw them until you are KYC verified. For paying with a non-reloadable, prepaid GIFT card (VISA/Mastercard/AMEX/Discover) there is CardCoins.
Otherwise, an in-person cash trade or an online trade using a P2P trading exchange are probably your next best options:
P2P Trading exchanges
There's always the friends and family methods. Someone you know probably holds bitcoin and would be willing to help you out by selling to you.
Here's a useful comparison of exchanges in which you can filter on payment method:
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3 questions about localbitcoin

I have a localbitcoin account with two factor authentication. I've done one local trade for $20 to a nice guy that showed me proof he transferred the bitcoin into my account - I didn't know to be logged in during the transaction. Several questions:
  1. Moneygram and Western Union take 10% of the transaction. Why do people even use this? What is the most widely used way to exchange bitcoin that takes the least percent of the transaction amount?
  2. After an exchange amount is agreed upon through localbitcoin, you give the person the cash - doesn't matter how (via moneygram, bank transfer, or in person) what if they don't give you the bitcoin? How do you make sure you don't get screwed?
  3. Can I use my localbitcoin account to interact with other bitcoin exchanges?
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