You don't have to buy coin. You (anyone) can earn bch through tips here on reddit, or twitter thanks to /tipptippr or similar bots.
Anyone can also earn bch right now too on http://yours.org by posting updates that people might find interesting and/or useful. This is an amazing thing, and makes me think a lot of other platforms for earning are coming soon.
You can buy gift-cards using bch on https://cryptonize.it/product/amazon-gift-card/ - if amazn ships to you this means you can buy foods and stuff to live off of (rice/beans/soylent?etc). Disclaimer: I do not work and am not associated with any of these projects. This one it seems they're getting a lot of orders so they're still working out the kinks. (https://cryptonize.it/about/). This seems like a huge business opportunity to try and work around the stranglehold that visa and mastercard have on payments. - edit: I just realized (if they're in stock) you can buy other types of giftcards (instead of or including amzn) and sell them for cash on many card-to-cash websites, and sometimes even local kiosks.
Depending on where you are in the world some places, for example https://www.southxchange.com/ claim you can sell bch for fiat (if you really have to). YMMV and I have not done this. Remember, some banks hate crypto since it challenges them. If you're thinking of doing bank transfers to fiat from exchanges be careful - the bank may shut down your account! They may also cut-off links between exchanges at any time.
Some places like BitPay offer crypto 'debit cards' where you can fill up with btc (not yet bch?) and then spend it like you're used to anywhere visa is accepted, but don't expect these to be around forever because they rely on visa partnerships, so don't expect them to always keep fees low either.
If you don't like using Coinbase or other privacy-invasive services your options for converting bch to fiat are increasingly slim. You can try any number of exchanges that offer bch/fiat but keep in mind that security, sharing bank account info and ID info can be a big risk and sometimes the fees are huge, alternatives might include virtual exchanges such as http://virwox.com but the process goes something like BCH -> litecoin LTC -> to linden (exchange may not be cheap) -> to fiat to then withdraw fiat to skrill or paypal - fees might be steep there too and paypal hasn't been too friendly with this idea. But if you're thinking of going this route you can use Shapeshift to convert bch to ltc through coinomi.
The more places that offer ways to spend bch, the more local need for putting it back into fiat is not required. However, it is a catch-22 to expect merchants to be able to buy stock from others who are not using crypto yet and start accepting bch. Most people don't understand blockchain and with it crypto so if you're planning on asking your local shopkeeper to accept bitcoin you better have a way to make it clear to them the many advantages but also how they can use their own bch to buy produce/materials to keep the business running. (Maybe via #4). This (in my opinion) is the greatest barrier to wider bch adoption.
In order to buy Bitcoin, casual investors want to avoid the complicated process of setting up an account with exchanges or going the mining route – two rather detailed and laborious processes. Thankfully PayPal offers a more convenient method to acquire digital currencies.
How to Buy Bitcoins with PayPal through eToro
Pros: Accepts a variety of payment methods, low fees Cons: Not available in the US eToro is a platform that allows users to buy bitcoins with PayPal and is considered to be one of the easiest methods to do so. Worthy of note is that eToro does not enable users to withdraw or transfer bitcoins to other users, rather it allows users to sell Bitcoin only for fiat currency. Users do not need a bitcoin wallet to use eToro as they do not store any coins.
How to Buy Bitcoin with PayPal through VirWox
Pros: A reliable method Cons: High fees VirWox (Virtual World Exchange) – It is a platform that allows trading of digital currencies such as Lindens, Bitcoins, etc. This exchange has more than 400,000 registered users and is an authorized reseller of Second Life Lindens (SLL). Here is a step-by-step guide taking you through VirWox:
Go to VirWox.com
Open an account – login to Virwox, register and fill personal details like username, email address, etc. Skip when asked for “avatar name” and enter all other necessary information and click “register”.
Activate an account – a confirmation email is sent to your account with a password. Login to Virwox with these credentials. It is advised to change the password before transferring money.
Deposit money through PayPal – to do this, ensure you have an account with PayPal and ‘understand terms of service’ allowed by PayPal for using SLLs to buy bitcoins. Deposit money into Virwox account via PayPal. Now you have a balance in your VirWox account to purchase coins with.
Go back to VirWox and buy SLL, and then buy bitcoins with your newly purchased SLL. Click “withdraw” to send your new bitcoins to your wallet. That’s it! Now you own Bitcoin!
VirWox charges fees for each transaction such as exchanging USD for SLL and then exchanging SLL for BTC. The fee structure of VirWox changes constantly so keep an eye on this every time you want to make a transaction. VirWox has been in the market for a long time and is currently the most reliable platform.
How to Buy Bitcoin with PayPal through Local Bitcoins
Pros: Various sellers from all around the world Cons: High fees, chances of scams Local Bitcoins is another marketplace where buyers and sellers meet. In this method, users can buy bitcoins with PayPal by finding a suitable seller with an excellent feedback score and large trade volume. Trading with new buyers involves higher risk, so sellers charge buyers high fees – keep that in mind!
Enter search parameters – go to Local Bitcoins and select your country and choose the amount to be purchased.
Choose a seller – a list of sellers is displayed by Local Bitcoins. Choose a seller who has a good feedback score. Each seller has trade limits which range from a minimum to a maximum amount of bitcoins required to trade.
Go to Payment window – buyer’s reputation increases per transaction and sellers prefer to sell bitcoins to buyers with a good reputation to avoid becoming a victim of fraud.
Complete the trade – after finding a suitable seller and entering the quantity of purchase, click “Send trade request” and your done!
How to Buy Bitcoin Using PayPal through Wirex
Pros: Normal fees Cons: Withdrawing funds takes more than a week Wirex is a leading company that provides virtual and physical bitcoin debit cards (which is just like a normal debit card). Users can use Wirex’s card to buy bitcoins with PayPal.
Request for a new physical/ virtual debit card from Wirex – login to Wirex and click on “request new card” and choose the card type. Users can use both physical and virtual cards to buy bitcoins via PayPal.
Link debit card details to PayPal account:
In PayPal account, go to “wallet”, select “add a card” to add your virtual bitcoin card. A minimum of $3 is required in PayPal account to verify this card.
A 4-digit code is generated, which is the verification pin for Wirex cards on PayPal.
Go to “wallet” and click “Withdraw funds” and choose “withdraw funds to your card” option.
Withdrawal would take up to 7 days to appear in Wirex account.
Buy bitcoins with Wirex debit card.
How to Buy Bitcoins Using PayPal through Paxful
Pros: Wide range of sellers from all over the world Cons: Chances of scam, high exchange rate Paxful is the latest version of Local Bitcoins. It is a decentralized peer to peer marketplace and allows users to buy bitcoins with Skype credits, Amazon gift cards, etc. In Paxful, a seller sends bitcoins, buyer purchases and sends dollars to escrow. Once the trading is completed, funds are released to each party. The process to buy bitcoins through Paxful is:
Create an account
To buy, select payment method by entering the desired amount
To sell bitcoins, select “seller manually” or allow Paxful to decide who the best seller is.
Had some trouble with the previous post of this, probably because of the Zap links. No big deal though, it was just trying it out and obviously it didn't work so hot. Here's the same post with direct links. Play some games! These all have faucets so you can play (a little) without spending anything. Come back once in a while because I may, and do, add to this list. these are nearly all referral links
Still ways to get free bits, but don't beg SafeDice
They may have annoying pop ups, but so far only as bad as needing to close a tab. Should any cross the line they will be removed. Use these collectively to fund the games for a little extra play or to fund a strategy. AllCoinsClams4Freerenamed, you'll need a Clam wallet, wallet and play at https://just-dice.comInstant-LTC CoinPot required:Moon BitcoinMoon LitecoinMoon DogecoinMoon BcashMoon DashBitfunBonus Bitcoin A note about CoinPot: you can convert one faucet bucket balance to another type, BTC to LTC for example, but it's not equal. If you convert do it to a balance once only or you'll lose some to the conversion regardless of what they say.
No, not fake web mining or scams. This will be a short list. Electroneum Mobile Miner I no longer recommend Electroneum. Their "miner" worked as advertised, but they're a hairs breadth from being a centrallized coin which is just wrong.
You can trade between Clam<->BTC or LTC<->Doge or whatever you prefer CryptopiaPopular exchange, has many cryptocurrencies.VirWoXhigh fees, but easy to get BTC from PayPal or back this way. Only useful for that purpose unless you play their game too.
How do I calculate taxes without complete records?
I bought bitcoin using around 10 different methods (including Coinbase and 3 other exchanges, VirWox, Paypal, Venmo, and BTC ATM's) over the past 4 years. I sold it back using just 5 different methods (Coinbase, Gemini, ItBit, BTC ATM's, and one Virwox (paypal payments)). Coinbase was nice enough to send email transactions for every buy/sell/send/receive. Gemini and ItBit, too. But I used a few other places, like CoinMX and TruCoin which are out of business and did not send me detailed email receipts...I only have record of the USD I sent to them. Over the past 4 years, I've spent ~$100,000 on bitcoin, and only cashed out $50,000. I'm not holding any coin. I don't know what the hell to do in order to calculate this.
Trading DOGE: Your full guide to trading Dogecoin for profit
NOTE: YES! This guide is long, but when you get started it's fast and easy. Hi everyone, my previous post about PTC's got so much hate. So I decided to make a full guide on how I made $120 last month. If the same interest and numbers remain you'll be making $100/month for two months, and $500/month for another month. On your third month, you'll be able to make over $750 if the market remains. These last couple of days I've just bought low sold high to people. The steps are really simple and anyone can do it, I'll show you all the steps in detail for maximum profits. Disclaimer: I am not responsible for your money or actions. Any accusations to me (Rynsi) will not be accepted, use it on your own risk! 1. Introduction 2. Get started with Dogecoin 2.1 Install your wallet 3. Choose trading sources 3.1 USD/BTC 3.2 BTC/DOGE 4. Where to sell Dogecoin? 5. Good advise 6. Summary 7. Proof of Screenshots for the naysayers 8. Links 1. Introduction I started trading Dogecoin (I'll talk about this coin soon) 5th of February, and saw a great potential in making money with it. With this guide, you'll make 15%-30% of your money back with each trade because the current market is limited, therfor YOU can provite this service that many people request. I started with $72 and now have $220, which makes my ROI 205.5%. I will show you how it's made step by step before it blows up and become viral! 2. Get started with Dogecoin You can use it to buy goods and services, or trade it for other currencies (both other cryptocurrencies or traditional currency like US dollars). By far the most popular use the Dogecoin however is for "tipping" fellow internet-goers who are creating or sharing great content. Think of it as a more meaningful "like" or upvote, with real value that can be used all across the internet. 2.1 Install your wallet To start using Dogecoin, you'll need a wallet. A wallet is just like your online bank account, only your entire account is stored securely on your local computer or in the cloud. From your wallet you can send and receive Dogecoin, manage your address book and review a history of your transactions. Desktop wallets can be downloaded and run from your computer's desktop. Desktop wallets are more secure as they don't rely on a third-party server in the cloud: Windows (click to download) OS X (click to download) Source code(if you're using Linux, you'll need to compile the wallet yourself) For Windows and OS X users, simply extract the .zip file to a secure location on your computer, then double click on "dogecoin-qt" to run. For information on how to use your desktop wallet, check out this great site. 3. Choose trading sources You know now how to get a Dogecoin wallet, but you will need to get an online wallet to save USD on, one exchange site to trade USD to BTC and one to trade BTC to DOGE. It might sound a lot to do in the startup phase, but it's really easy once you get going! 3.1 USD/BTC Exchange There are a lot of options when it comes to buying BTC, but for now VirWox is the only one that accepts PayPal and VISA purchases. You can choose many different kinds of sites that accept USD/BTC trades, that is another story that is another story to be told. VirWox has a limit of depositing $780 per month, but after 60 days you can deposit $2800 per month, so trading as much as possible will be the best thing to do if you want money. USD Storage: PayPal USD/BTC Exchange: VirWox (ref / non-ref) To deposit dollars with (VERIFIED) PayPal to VirWox, you need to be a verified user. This is to prevent frautend actions such as chargebacks and instant payments. The deposit will be instantly made after you complete the order and you can start trade. To trade, you first have to buy SLL with the USD on your account [!!!WARNING!!!] USE LIMIT ORDER and NOT market order. Now do the same, but with the SLL/BTC exchange. I repeat, do NOT use the market order. Use LIMIT ORDER to get as much BTC as possible. You have now successfully completed a USD/BTC exchange! 3.2 BTC/DOGE Exchange This step is almost similar to the previous Exchange, but this step is only with Crypto-currency (read Bitcoin and Dogecoin). BTC/USD Exchange: Cryptsy (ref / non-ref) To exchange to BTC, you need to withdraw your BTC from VirWox to Cryptsy. This is made in the Cryptsy balance page, where you can generate a BTC deposit adress. Unfortunately, you have to wait 48 hours the first time for VirWox to accept your deposit manually due to security reasons, all the other transactions in this guide will be almost instant. Now when you have BTC on your Cryptsy account, you have to do the same as you did with USD/SLL and SLL/BTC, really easy! When you have traded to DOGE, your downloaded Desktop Wallet comes in handy. Deposit the DOGE from Cryptsy to your Desktop Wallet and you're ready to go to the next step! 4. Where to sell Dogecoin? This is a great surprise I have waited to tell you, you use REDDIT to sell Dogecoin! It's really easy to do. Go to /dogemarket/new and see what the current prices are. You can sell for the same price as others, undercut for faster sales or overcut for slower sales (but bigger profits!). You structure the post by [SERVICE] AMOUNT RATE PAYMENT TYPE (SPECIAL OFFER). Here is an example, my last post where I sold Dogecoin. If you follow my conversation in that post you will see how typical trades are being made. When you have traded the Doge you can make a post on the /dogemarket verification thread where you achieve levels that will be shown for other users through your flare. Notice the orage flares, those indicate level of trades, age and amount you have traded. These are good for noticing legit and fake users, but always be of scammers! 5. Good advise A. Only accept GIFT (friends and family option) from (VERIFIED) PayPal, DO NOT accept eChecks or transactions that has to be accepted first. eChecks and Instant payments can be chargebacked and gifts will prevent this from being possible. B. If you have reached VirWox deposit limit, wait a while to see how the BTC/DOGE market is going. You might make some extra 1000's of DOGE if you wait a while. C. Always be nice and kind to the DOGE community, they are really friendly, patient and polite, be so too! D. Try to be fast in your transactions on /dogemarket, good service equals good reviews. E. PEOPLE WILL TRY TO SCAM YOU! Always check for names including "shibe" or "doge" and new accounts. F. Have fun! If you have fun trading and communicating with other people on Reddit, you will enjoy yourself and have a better time making money. 6. Summary: A step by step guide to make $100+/month (and $500+/month after 60 days if market remains) Download your dogecoin wallet. Sign up to PayPal, VirWox and Cryptsy. Add money to your (VERIFIED) PayPal account. Deposit the money to VirWox. Exchange money to SLL. Exchange SLL to BTC. Withdraw BTC to Cryptsy. Exchange BTC to DOGE. Withdraw DOGE to Desktop Wallet. Make a post on /dogemarket. Recieve PayPal money from buyer. Send Dogecoin to buyer. 7. Proof of Screenshots for the naysayers PayPal Proof VirWox Proof Cryptsy Proof Desktop Wallet Proof As if you haven't seen the whole iceberg, here is my reddit verification post 8. Links Dogecoin Promotional video(a must watch) Dogecoin Subreddit Dogecoin Official website Bitcoin Subreddit
This is my first guide: making over $100/month with a $72 investment. When your VirWox account is 60 days you'll make $500/month and when your VirWox account is 90 days you'll make $750/month (if market remains as it is). I think it's a big effort by me trying to teach you how to make money, so I would really appreciate you using the referral links. If you find any errors in my guide, please don't hesitate to tell. I will be answering any questions regarding my guide as good as possible doesn't matter if you comment or PM. I'm accepting any donations, DHKzSsCVpv5QuJvHxWKENH9SKC3S58raBx Thanks. TL;DR Wanna be rich? read. Edit: Formatting
So I used to use circle to get bitcoin, but they no longer support it. I've tried everything afterward and gave up because nothing works. Coinbase doesn't work in my area as well as like half of the exchanges. If I ask gas stations about libertyx they look at me like I'm crazy. Indacoin seems like a scam, or it's just not working for me. And virwox seems like it would work but you have to link your bank account to PayPal and my bank likes to be complicated! If there are any other ways let me know! Preferably using my debit card. I could really use some bitcoins right now!
PSA-Only you can help prevent Bitcoin scamming. Please upvote for visibility. I receive no karma for this post.
I just wanted to make sure to let everyone know that there are a couple of active attempts to scam you, the users of /SilkRoad, out of money. Some red flags:
Very lazy usernames consisting of keyboard mashing
Accounts only used to post links to a certain website
Obnoxious repetition of copy/pasted messages
Posting links to an exchange in utterly unrelated threads
Selling Bitcoin for far under market value
Offering bulk discounts on Bitcoin
References to SR or Tor in the site
Use of links using URL shorteners such as redd.it
Links containing spaces
Acceptance of Paypal or other credit/debit to directly exchange for Bitcoin (Virwox uses SLL as an intermediary)
Some specific scam sites:
I think we're doing alright killing the spam/scam comments when we see them, but it makes it much easier for us when you report them. Please don't just downvote. On a related note, please don't report people for being dicks. That's still not against the rules. If it were, I'd've been banned ages ago. I'm sorry if some of this seems like common sense to you. I just wanted to help get this information out there for those of you who are still a little new to this. We put together an FAQ with some links to resources on how to get Bitcoin all over the world: http://www.reddit.com/SilkRoad/wiki/frequentlyaskedquestions#wiki_how_can_i_buy_bitcoins.3F EDIT: I almost forgot to mention the most recent creative attempts. A user called SR_Support has been PMing users claiming to represent SR. The user solicits a deposit for you to be considered for a job handling trouble tickets for SR. Needless to say, this is a scam. Thankfully, I don't think that one has worked at all.
One method to buy bitcoin with fiat is first to buy Second Life Linden (SLL) with Paypal, and then to use the Virwox exchange to convert the SLL to bitcoin. Some people say that they have used this method several times with no problems, but others are furious that Virwox scammed them out of their money when they tried to withdraw their bitcoins in the final step. (Have a look at these reviews of the service; they are mostly bad.) I have some questions about this:
Is there any way to predict who is likely to be successful in this process and who is likely to get ripped off? For example, does it help to have a reasonably old Second Life account?
Virwox is an official Linden Dollar Authorized Reseller, and the terms and conditions of this arrangement prohibit them from selling things of value in exchange for SLL. So why are they even allowed to sell BTC in exchange for SLL?
Given that Virwox is somehow allowed to sell BTC for SLL in this way, why do they appear to have no competition? Why doesn't a US company start doing what Virwox claims to be able to do, but do it reliably instead? (Virwox is based in Austria.)
I would probably use this service to buy BTC if it didn't have so many extremely negative reviews. This process can also be used in reverse to convert BTC to SLL, and then to convert SLL to Paypal, and in contrast, that seems to be reliable. If anyone has any insight into these matters, I'm very interested to hear it.
What are the cheapest options to withdraw money from PayPal account without transferring them to local bank? I was thinking Bitcoin because exchanging PayPal into other ewallets adds up to about 20% in fees upon cash withdrawal. VirWox has decent rates (adds up to about 12%), but for some reason they decided that my account is high risk (whatever that means, I'm still waiting on them to get back to me) and refunded my first payment. Exchange rates at localbitcoins.com and paxful are terrible so I won't use them. P.S. I'm not stealing money from somebody else's account. I just need to be able to send my PayPal funds into another jurisdiction where I can transfer them even to a bank account if necessary. Edit: I'm also thinking PayPal E-wallet Bitcoin might be an alright option, but my head is about to explode from various exchange rates and fees that each system has.
Just thought I'd share my 2 hour journey on finding lost Litecoins, spoiler alert, they're gone. So I decided I would find my long lost litecoin wallet, so I dug through my Google account history, and found 4 results for Litecoin dating back to 2014, one of them linked to litecoin.info ( Which seems to be down ) so I accessed it through web.archive.org and found the link in question, how to buy litecoins. It suggested buying with PayPal through a website called VirWox, which as soon as I clicked on, I recognized. Like 15 minutes later, I had recovered my VirWox account and as I thought, I bought $5 worth of SLL in Jan 30, 2014 which I would then trade for LTC since apparently buying Litecoin with PayPal was against TOS (Not sure if still is). The guide then said to transfer them to an exchange. After searching for all the exchange names in my E-Mail history, I finally found one about my account registration with Cryptsy, only to find out it's now bankrupt, aaaand I missed out on the lawsuit dates. R.I.P. My fraction of a Litecoin, you'd be worth around a hundred today. P.S. I also found that my first Bitcoin search was "what are bitcoins" on Oct 20, 2012. Oh if only I had bought back then... P.P.S. Obligatory nightmare story about selling 33 Litecoins years later for $280, nice.
An exercise on buying bitcoin with a credit card or paypal on Virwox
I keep seeing posts here by people wanting to know how to do this, or other people advertising the method using Virwox.com. You CAN get bitcoins this way, but it IS expensive. I have done this many times because I sometimes get given money by paypal, and I cannot withdraw it to a bank account, so need to spend it online. I checked my paypal balance and saw I had 170 Euros in it, so decided to do an exercise to see how many bitcoins I can get for that using Virwox. This is the result:
Started with 170 EUR Deposit into Virwox via Paypal = charges of EUR 0.35 + 3.4% Total landed into Virwox account: = 163.89 Convert to SLL: I want to sell 163 EUR, and get at least 51,547.97 SLL. Note: The above amount already includes our exchange commission of 50 SLL + 2.90%. Convert to BTC: I want to buy 0.223 BTC, and pay at most 51,597.93 SLL. Note: The above amount already includes our exchange commission of 50 SLL + 2.90%. Total after conversions: 0.223 BTC = 145.6 EUR on Bitstamp
Moral of the story, ONLY do this method if you have no other alternative. TL;DR - Pay 170 EUR for 145.6 EUR worth of BTC if you use Virwox to by using paypal or credit card.
So I finally bought my first bitcoins ever but I wanted some people to be aware of some limitations
If you're new to this entire process like me, you have to keep an open mind when attempting to buy bitcoins. Of course after the initial purchase it becomes easier to purchase. The website I used to complete this transaction was Virwox and it couldn't have been any easier. The problem I encountered was the fact that I attempted to use my debit card - the service they use to accept payments (skrill) does not work in Illinois so I was almost stuck. I ended up using my verified paypal account and it worked perfectly. I deposited 23.85 USD into my account after selecting the 25 USD payment. Skrill took a fee from that. Then I exchanged my 23.00 USD into SLL and then I exchanged my SLL into bitcoins. TL;DR:
Sometimes the place you live will not allow you to use your credit/ debit cards.
Fiat money exchanges can only be in whole numbers. I essentially have 85 cents "stuck" inside this exchange because of this issue. Try to make your payment so you end up with an exact whole number in the exchange.
EDIT: Oh yea I forgot to mention that you need to wait 24 - 48 hours before your funds get manually released. I sent a payment request and since I have a newly registered account, I need to wait for them to release it.
[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Any provider to buy BTC with credit card?
The following post by gun3ro is being replicated because the post has been silently removed. The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link: np.reddit.com/ Bitcoin/comments/7g2dey The original post's content was as follows:
I really have a hard time finding a reliable provider on which I can exchange my fiat money to BTC by using my credit card. Some of them want lots of verification, but then they are still not offering to use credit card, some others want ridiculously high fees. So far I have been using Virwox to exchange USD (using paypal) to SLL, then exchanging it to BTC... Did anyone face the same problem? And what platform are you using?
So I know a lot of people have been asking about this (and so was I) so I finally found a way to buy Bitcoins with PayPal. The whole idea is to circumvent the direct purchase of BTC with Paypal with buying SLL (Second Life Lindens) and then exchanging them for BTC. You can find the original post on my Facebook notes here: https://www.facebook.com/notes/ofir-beigel/buying-bitcoins-with-paypal-or-with-a-credit-card/10151639487083203 If you want a short rundown of how it's done then here's the deal: IMPORTANT: This process hold within it more transaction fees than usual. This may still be a valid solution since the soaring numbers of BTC compensate for this. It's important for you to be aware of the different transaction fees. Step 1: Go to VirWox. VirWox is an exchange of virtual currency, you can buy there Lindens, Bitcoins, and more... Step 2: Open a free account Click on the "not registered yet" to open up a new account. Step 3: Fill out our personal details Fill out your username and email address. Where it asks for "avatar name" just fill out any name you like it doesn't matter, since you're not going to play Second Life. Continue filling out all of the personal details and click "register". Step 4: Activate your account Once you clicked "register" you will get an email confirmation with an initial password. Open the email and log into VirWox with your initial password. Step 5: IMPORTANT!!! Change your password! After clicking the confirmation link it is advised you change you password as shown below since you will be transferring money through this site. Do not worry about the message saying "Your avatar connection has not been validated yet" - it is irrelevant. Step 6: Fund your account through PayPal Click on deposit on the left side and choose PayPal Express. Fund the account with how many USD you'd like. Note: From now on for each transaction you will make there will be a fee - make sure you are aware of the relevant deposit and withdrawal fees Step 7: Buy SLL with USD Go to Exchange->USD/SLL on the left side. You can also go to any other currency you'd like. Buy SLL (which mean Second Life Lindens) . We will later on exchange these SLL to Bitcoins. Note: If you haven't made a deposit yet you will get the screen shown above requestion you to deposit before you buy SLL. Step 8: Buy BTC with SLL Once you have SLL in your account, go to the BTC/SLL and buy Bitcoins with your SLL. Step 9: Withdraw your Bitcoins Choose "Withdraw" on the left side and send the Bitcoins to your wallet.
08-09 07:32 - '70+ Bitcoin companies, exchange and wallets that did NOT agree to Segwit2x' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/jtos3 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 296-306min
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u can buy bitcoin with paypal payza egopay etc via WWW.virwox.com for more information pls visit www.99bitcoin.com buy and exchange to virtacoin via BTC2VTA to avord more trasation feels if u have problem to open a paypal accunt content me I can help. compliment of the season
Dec 17th I made my first purchase of BTC. I did it at Virwox with paypal, bought SL then exchanged them for BTC. Then I printed out a few paper wallets offline and stored this new treasure of mine. (I'm still using those same paper wallets, the private keys have never seen the internet and I'm convinced is the best and easiest way for cold storage.) My wife laughed. I found better ways to buy (coinbase) and kept buying more every month. A few months later she got angry because everything was bitcoin this, bitcoin that. More recently, she will forward me news articles and say "did you hear Microsoft now accepts bitcoin?". I truly believe Bitcoin will be revolutionary. I started with the price near the peak and I've ridden it all the way down. Cheers to you all who have done the same and hoping for a strong 2015.
So, I'm trying to obtain some bitcoin for myself. I have paypal/debit card I can buy with, but I don't know where I can exchange my USD for BTC. I heard about virwox.com but they ended up closing my account and refunding me my money, so I'm a bit skeptical of other websites now. Does anyone know of a good website to buy bitcoin from? I have a BTC wallet on blockchain that I am hoping to put the BTC in.
I've been using VirWox to transfer relatively low amounts of Bitcoin (few hundred dollars worth) to my bank (BTC > SLL > USD > PayPal > Bank) but I'm planning on increasing the amount to the thousands in the future so perhaps a dedicated exchange would be cheaper and faster. I'm wondering if anyone have any personal experience with reputable Canadian Bitcoin exchanges as well as their fees, registration, verification, and bank/PayPal transfer process.
Virwox rejected my account registration and got cocky about it too!
(1) Install the bitcoin wallet to your phone --write down the passphrase they autogenerate for you --send the bitcoin address to yourself (your PC) via email (2) Install Authy to your phone (3) Use a PC (or your phone) to visit VirWox and create an account: (setup 2FA for the account using Authy to generate the 6-digit MFA code) (4) Get the confirmation email from VirWox and relogin, changing your password in the process (5) In VirWox: --transfer $99 USD from Paypal (or Credit Card or Debit Card) to your VirWox account --exchange $99 USD to SSL --exchange SSL to bitcoin --withdraw bitcoin to your phone's wallet (you'll need to copynpaste the bitcoin address from your email from step (1)) --prepare to wait up to 48 hrs for VirWox to complete the transaction (first time users only, after that it's immediate) (6) After 24 hrs, get email from VirWox: VirWox>> Hello, unfortunately we have received high risk indications for this account. We have therefore refunded your payment and closed the account. me>> Thank you! Without a better explanation, I will take my business elsewhere. VirWoxYes, please do take your "business" elsewhere. That was the idea of closing your account. meHah! You're so funny :)
My suggestion: You guys need a "Getting Started" tab beside "Home" on your website. In it, you should explain in very simple language (like, so my grandmother could understand) several ways to go about buying reddcoin. This should go beyond what you have in your FAQ and explain how to buy bitcoin step by step ending reddcoin. (Vault of Satoshi may solve some of these steps soon but until then. . .) You also need to explain what a wallet is and how to use one. What are all of these codes? How do you tip? And so on. . . Imagine the questions your grandmother would ask. My Rationale: I'm acceptably tech savvy but I only got into cryptocurrencies recently. Even for me, I wouldn't say it was easy to figure out how to buy in. In the end, I used PayPal and VirWox because I wasn't totally comfortable connecting my bank account to all these different and sometimes dodgy-looking exchange websites. Now that I'm used to the system, I don't think twice about it but you guys have a huge barrier to cross in making cryptos simple and easily accessible to the average social media user. You want to make reddcoin the coin for the masses but right now it does NOT feel simple until you are already quite experienced with cryptos. Somehow you need to start bridging that gap.
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