Sell Bitcoin with Iranian Rial (IRR) - LocalBitcoins

Bitcoin - The Currency of the Internet

A community dedicated to Bitcoin, the currency of the Internet. Bitcoin is a distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Bitcoins are issued and managed without any central authority whatsoever: there is no government, company, or bank in charge of Bitcoin. You might be interested in Bitcoin if you like cryptography, distributed peer-to-peer systems, or economics. A large percentage of Bitcoin enthusiasts are libertarians, though people of all political philosophies are welcome.
[link]

Drop Zone - A Decentralized Marketplace Built on Bitcoin

An anonymous decentralized local marketplace built on Bitcoin.
[link]

Is there a local bitcoin seller on localbitcoins?

submitted by bitcoinGPT2Bot to SubSimulatorGPT2 [link] [comments]

AMBD denies approving local Bitcoin seller United Formula Company

AMBD denies approving local Bitcoin seller United Formula Company submitted by AnakReddit to Brunei [link] [comments]

I'm a local bitcoins seller and I just had a payment reversed on my bank account

Just a warning to others out there it is possible to reverse bank transfers to UK banks so be careful when dealing with buyers with no rep.
edit: I'm going to fight this, I can produce receipts so hopefully I can convince the bank that this guys is scamming me.
submitted by lisa_lionheart to BitcoinUK [link] [comments]

Local bitcoins seller

Hey all I'm thinking of becoming a bitcoin seller on local bitcoins full time. I'm in the process of getting a business tax identification number and will be opening up a couple business accounts. I'm going to purchase the bitcoins through cash in the mail and will sell them on LBC. I'm planning on keeping track of all transactions on bitcoin.tax (if you know a better program let me know). As long as I make sure to avoid knowing what the buyer is doing like in the Florida case 1. Am I still breaking the law? 2. Will the bank close my business account? 3. Any other suggestions thanks
submitted by bitcoinbanker1234 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Looking for a local bitcoin seller around the kzoo area. /r/kzoo

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Looking for a local bitcoin seller around the kzoo area. /kzoo submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Sketchy looking local Bitcoin seller. Legit?

I wanted to try buying Bitcoin with cash from an atm, but in all the searches I made there’s only one in my state (SC) and it’s hours away.
Yesterday I was driving and this little independent phone/computer place (pretty sure a place where drug dealers buy burners) has a big add sign that says “WE SELL BITCOIN.”
Now I’m curious. What kind of stuff would I want to ask/look for to make sure it’s legit?
submitted by simonulacrum to BitcoinBeginners [link] [comments]

Sketchy looking local Bitcoin seller. Legit? /r/BitcoinBeginners

Sketchy looking local Bitcoin seller. Legit? /BitcoinBeginners submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

I'm a Birmingham local bitcoin seller

I'm one of the only 2 Bitcoin Sellers in Birmingham on localbitcoins.com. I live in 5 points South between the Vulcan and UAB.
If you have cash and you want Bitcoins quick and cheap, let me know. I charge 4% over last Mt. Gox trade. For comparison, with localbitcoins the default is 6% (5%+ site commision). I will charge a lower rate for transactions over $1000. You can bring your phone or laptop and meet on my porch.
Oh, and you must like my dog or no deal :-)
submitted by OperativeProvocateur to Birmingham [link] [comments]

Are there any local bitcoin sellers near Simons Town

I might be in Simons Town sometime this month and wonder if there is anyone close by to sell some bitcoins
submitted by nomadonabike to BitcoinSouthAfrica [link] [comments]

Local bitcoins seller /r/Bitcoin

Local bitcoins seller /Bitcoin submitted by coincrazyy to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Local bitcoin sellers (newb question)

Is there a site to find local bitcoin sellers? rather do it that way than to buy with these websites
submitted by Acidschnee to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Eggify now has a category for local bitcoin sellers to list their service.

Eggify now has a category for local bitcoin sellers to list their service. submitted by floridianfisher to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Let’s talk about the new information coming out about the IRD demanding information on customers from NZ crypto companies.

This is very disturbing news coming out today from easy crypto. They have disclosed the fact that they received a request from the IRD,( and supplied the IRD the information they requested) for all customer information including amounts , assets and all personal data.
At least easy crypto has disclosed this information to the public.
There are other companies I have been made aware of that have apparently already handed over this information as well . Dasset and kiwi coin. I highly advise against using these exchanges in the future. They are acting against the interests of their customers.
I would like to hear from all Nz crypto companies that have sent the IRD this information. If you are a company that is doing this your customers have the right to know.
Bit prime what have you done ? Have you reported this information to the IRD ?
Independent reserve? You are an Australian company I’m aware but have you sent any NZ customers data to the IRD ?
Any local bitcoin sellers ?
Bitnz. I am aware you have closed down a long time ago but have you been asked to supply any information to the IRD ?
Nzbcx?
Who am I missing ?
submitted by capitulationGod to NZBitcoin [link] [comments]

Did I buy bitcoin the right way?

Bought from a seller on local bitcoins. Seller wanted a screenshot of my PayPal which included the last four digits of my phone numbers and then wanted a photo of my ID. When I sent the photo of my ID, I blocked out: •my signature •my id number •my birthdate •most of my address, leaving only state, city and zipcode.
The seller knows my first and last name, email address, last four digits of my phone number, what state/city I live in, and has my ID photo.
Did I get taken advantage of? Surely this little amount of information can’t be sold can it?
submitted by slime4frog to BitcoinBeginners [link] [comments]

09-24 03:14 - 'LF local seller in Sacramento area' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/travhardo removed from /r/Bitcoin within 10-20min

'''
[removed]
'''
LF local seller in Sacramento area
Go1dfish undelete link
unreddit undelete link
Author: travhardo
submitted by removalbot to removalbot [link] [comments]

Crypto exchanges in Nigeria with all payment methods

Luno exchange
Luno is a Bitcoin exchange with a presence in South Africa, Singapore, Nigeria, Malaysia and Indonesia. It offers 0% fees for market makers, meaning you can avoid fees if you place a buy order then wait for a seller to take it.
+ One of the most trusted Bitcoin exchanges in Asia
+ Free deposits and low withdrawal fees
+ Low fees; 0% for market makers and only 0% - 1% for market takers (depending on fiat currency)
LocalBitcoins
LocalBitcoins is an escrow service which also helps to match bitcoin buyers and sellers. The most common method of payment for purchase is cash deposit.
Buying bitcoins via an in-person meeting, secured and facilitated by LocalBitcoins, may be one of the fastest and most private ways to buy bitcoins in any country.
+ Private, fast and easy
+ In-person trades require no personal information
- Beware of scams; always follow the rules
- Harder to buy large amounts of bitcoins compared to large exchanges
NairaEx exchange
NairaEx is the largest Bitcoin exchange in Nigeria. Its customers can purchase bitcoins with Perfect Money, bank transfer or with cash via bank deposit.
+ Long-running Nigerian exchange
- Identity verification offers less privacy than other purchase methods in Nigeria, like LocalBitcoins
BitPesa
BitPesa is a Bitcoin remittance company. They sell bitcoin in Kenya via the popular M-PESA mobile payment service. BitPesa also has a presence in 2 other African countries. In Nigeria, you can use BitPesa to buy bitcoins with your debit card or Paga account. In Uganda, you can buy with MTN or Airtel. Purchase method for Kenya is coming soon.
+ Convenient way to buy bitcoins in Kenya, Nigeria, and Uganda
- Identity verification offers less privacy than other methods in Nigeria or Uganda, like LocalBitcoins
Mycelium Local Trader
Mycelium Local Trader helps you find local Bitcoin sellers. Once you locate a seller, you meet up in-person and conduct the trade. Mycelium charges absolutely no fees. While Mycelium Local Trader works great in highly-populated areas, users in low population areas will have trouble finding sellers.
+ Easy and cheap way to buy bitcoins with cash
+ Private way to buy bitcoins, no personal information required beyond cellphone number
- Users in sparsely populated areas will have trouble finding sellers
Changelly
Changelly lets you buy bitcoin with Litecoin, Dogecoin, altcoins and many other digital tokens. Changelly works in nearly every country but you will need another cryptocurrency in order to purchase bitcoins. Exchanges happen almost instantly because Changelly never actually controls your tokens but just exchanges them.
+ Easiest and fastest way to buy bitcoins with altcoins
+ Fees are reasonable for larger traders
- Need altcoins or other digital tokens to use
More info https://iconow.net/how-to-buy-bitcoin-in-nigeria-with-all-payment-methods/
submitted by ICOnow to CryptoCurrencies [link] [comments]

How to buy Bitcoin in Nigeria with all payment methods

Luno exchange
Luno is a Bitcoin exchange with a presence in South Africa, Singapore, Nigeria, Malaysia and Indonesia. It offers 0% fees for market makers, meaning you can avoid fees if you place a buy order then wait for a seller to take it.
+ One of the most trusted Bitcoin exchanges in Asia
+ Free deposits and low withdrawal fees
+ Low fees; 0% for market makers and only 0% - 1% for market takers (depending on fiat currency)
LocalBitcoins
LocalBitcoins is an escrow service which also helps to match bitcoin buyers and sellers. The most common method of payment for purchase is cash deposit.
Buying bitcoins via an in-person meeting, secured and facilitated by LocalBitcoins, may be one of the fastest and most private ways to buy bitcoins in any country.
+ Private, fast and easy
+ In-person trades require no personal information
- Beware of scams; always follow the rules
- Harder to buy large amounts of bitcoins compared to large exchanges
NairaEx exchange
NairaEx is the largest Bitcoin exchange in Nigeria. Its customers can purchase bitcoins with Perfect Money, bank transfer or with cash via bank deposit.
+ Long-running Nigerian exchange
- Identity verification offers less privacy than other purchase methods in Nigeria, like LocalBitcoins
BitPesa
BitPesa is a Bitcoin remittance company. They sell bitcoin in Kenya via the popular M-PESA mobile payment service. BitPesa also has a presence in 2 other African countries. In Nigeria, you can use BitPesa to buy bitcoins with your debit card or Paga account. In Uganda, you can buy with MTN or Airtel. Purchase method for Kenya is coming soon.
+ Convenient way to buy bitcoins in Kenya, Nigeria, and Uganda
- Identity verification offers less privacy than other methods in Nigeria or Uganda, like LocalBitcoins
Mycelium Local Trader
Mycelium Local Trader helps you find local Bitcoin sellers. Once you locate a seller, you meet up in-person and conduct the trade. Mycelium charges absolutely no fees. While Mycelium Local Trader works great in highly-populated areas, users in low population areas will have trouble finding sellers.
+ Easy and cheap way to buy bitcoins with cash
+ Private way to buy bitcoins, no personal information required beyond cellphone number
- Users in sparsely populated areas will have trouble finding sellers
Changelly
Changelly lets you buy bitcoin with Litecoin, Dogecoin, altcoins and many other digital tokens. Changelly works in nearly every country but you will need another cryptocurrency in order to purchase bitcoins. Exchanges happen almost instantly because Changelly never actually controls your tokens but just exchanges them.
+ Easiest and fastest way to buy bitcoins with altcoins
+ Fees are reasonable for larger traders
- Need altcoins or other digital tokens to use
More info https://iconow.net/how-to-buy-bitcoin-in-nigeria-with-all-payment-methods/
submitted by ICOnow to CryptoCurrencies [link] [comments]

Support Monero locally - Liberalcoins

Hi guys,
 
In case you have not heard of us yet, we are a peer to peer cryptocurrency exchange similar to LocalBitcoins. What sets us apart is that we have added a number of Altcoins to our service and are pushing to make local trading of Altcoins and Bitcoins much easier. We received great feedback so far and are steadily growing our user base.
 
In order to further grow our community, we need more sellers to engage into trading on our website. To do so we would like to ask you to encourage your local bitcoin seller to trade on Liberalcoins. By doing this, you will not just support us, but also Monero on a local level.
 
What’s in it for you? A private and secure marketplace where you can easily trade Altcoins and Bitcoins all under one roof – local and international. We also have an affiliate program where you can earn coins from each one of your referrals.
 
Check out our website Liberalcoins.com and let us know if you have any questions!
submitted by liberalcoins to Monero [link] [comments]

Support Monero on a local level - Liberalcoins

Hi guys,
 
In case you have not heard of us yet, we are a peer to peer cryptocurrency exchange similar to LocalBitcoins. What sets us apart is that we have added a number of Altcoins to our service and are pushing to make local trading of Altcoins and Bitcoins much easier. We received great feedback so far and are steadily growing our user base.
 
In order to further grow our community, we need more sellers to engage into trading on our website. To do so we would like to ask you to encourage your local bitcoin seller to trade on Liberalcoins. By doing this, you will not just support us, but also Monero on a local level.
 
What’s in it for you? A private and secure marketplace where you can easily trade Altcoins and Bitcoins all under one roof – local and international. We also have an affiliate program where you can earn coins from each one of your referrals.
 
Check out our website Liberalcoins.com and let us know if you have any questions!
submitted by liberalcoins to xmrtrader [link] [comments]

Just been hit with a tirade of questions from Bitstamp.

Im a local bitcoins seller, just got this ott list of questions from bitstamp. Is this normal? They are asking where funds I use for trading etc come from.
BTW Im not in the US, so these question seem unusual as they go above and beyond what any bank in Europe would ask you. The document even seems soley directed at US customers (multiple mentions of USD despite me never using them).
Any help would be appreciated.
submitted by voltairestare to BitcoinMarkets [link] [comments]

There is a 30 day comment period for the current Bitlicense proposal. Unless there are substantial changes, New York will be a Bitcoin dead zone

The 30 day comment period starts next week. Bitlicense, as proposed will force most companies that store customer BTC deposits to block New York IP addresses. There is very little chance that Lawsky will make any further changes to it, so what will this mean for Bitcoin around the world?
EDIT, as a reminder:
This is how the Bitlicense will affect Bitcoin businesses, taken from here:
http://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/2aycxs/hi_this_is_ben_lawsky_at_nydfs_here_are_the/cizyqyz
(I've added modifications in light of changes in the new proposal and information that I found was missing in the original write-up)
Entities are considered dealing in virtual currencies if:
.. to any resident in New York. Web services, even those incorporated overseas, must either comply or block access for NY users. (200.2n)
Entities 'dealing in virtual currency' must:
Added:
The (only?) good news: Merchants do not need a BitLicense to accept Bitcoin for a good or service. (200.3c2).
> This post was created for general guidance, and does not constitute legal advice. You should not act upon the information contained in this publication without obtaining specific advice from a professional. No representation or warranty (expressed or implied) is given as to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in this post.
EDIT 2, targetpro suggested expressing any concerns you may have about the proposed regs to the NY Dept. of Finan. Services:
submitted by aminok to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Hi Departments of Financial Services, Here is the proposed Virtual Currency Regulator Application

In developing this regulatory framework, we have sought to strike an appropriate balance that helps protect individuals, consumers, businesses, services, and innovators, while rooting out unscrupulous and over-reaching regulatory activity. These regulations include provisions to help safeguard customer assets, protect against unwarranted account freezes or seizures, and prevent the regulatory abuse of virtual currencies from unethical activity, such as widespread warrantless monitoring, disclosure of private information, dictation as to how users engaged in P2P or non-fiat transfers can spend their money, and scapegoating.
We recognize that not everyone in the regulatory community will be pleased about the prospect of what could be seen as a barrier to their regulatory authority. Ultimately, though, we believe that setting up common sense rules of the road is vital to the long-term future of the virtual currency industry, as well as the safety and soundness of customer assets. (We think the situation in New York, for example, made that very clear.) Moreover, given that P2P decentralized networks are stateless, headless, community consensus driven bodies, we also have a moral obligation to move forward on this framework.
Entities are considered "interested in regulating virtual currencies" if:
... in a manner that would affect any current or prospective member of the human race.
Entities "interested in regulating virtual currencies" must:
As the first decentralized community to put forward specially tailored rules for virtual currency regulators – continued public feedback will be an important part of finalizing this regulatory framework. We look forward to carefully and thoughtfully reviewing public comments on our proposal.
submitted by Try_AgainNY to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

How to Create Local Bitcoin Account - Localbitcoins Tutorial - part 3 How to buy bitcoin on LocalBitcoins.com 2020 How To: Buy Bitcoins on LocalBitcoins.com - YouTube How to Sell Bitcoin on LocalBitcoins.com Step by Step ... LocalBitcoins - YouTube

The difference between Local Bitcoins and most exchanges is that with Local Bitcoins, you must physically meet up with or connect digitally to the person you are buying from or selling to. Local Bitcoins also used to be a great way to buy and sell Bitcoins anonymously, however Local Bitcoins did roll out KYC in March of 2019 on all customers who buy and sell a certain amount of coins a year. Not seeing the bitcoin deal you are looking for? Create your own LocalBitcoins.com trade advertisement with IRR or try with different search. Create advertisement Sell Bitcoin with Iranian Rial (IRR) Sign up for free Browse Offers: Bank Transfers . Showing results 1 - 3 of ... Bitcoin sellers are third party bitcoin brokers. They use high-end encryption methods to deliver your Bitcoins at the fastest time. This service is more costly than the Exchanges and in most cases, you will need to provide a wallet address for the transactions. Is It Secure? Most of the Bitcoin sellers in our list are tested and reviewed. Have a high level of transparency and abide by local ... Listings (Sellers) Country Selling Pay With Price Options; United States: Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Max 100 BCH: US Dollars (USD) Max 22016 USD: 220.16 USD/BCH: View Message: China: Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Max 0.2 BCH: US Dollars (USD) Max 44.032 USD: 220.16 USD/BCH: View Message: Bulgaria Bulgaria Sofia: Bitcoin Cash (BCH) Max 1 BCH: US Dollars (USD) Max 215.7568 USD: 215.7568 USD/BCH: View Message ... For sellers, Local Bitcoins takes a 1% fee for every transaction. This fee is added to the amount the seller places in escrow with Local Bitcoins as part of the deal-making process. Some sellers will pass this 1% fee on the buyer in the form of a markup on the Bitcoin exchange rate.

[index] [1367] [32307] [8098] [33180] [39803] [24598] [2987] [47526] [10980] [30745]

How to Create Local Bitcoin Account - Localbitcoins Tutorial - part 3

Local Bitcoins How To Sale Bitcoins International Local Platform LocalBitcoins.com Hindi By GuptaTube Local Bitcoin Ka Full Tutorial Playlist Video :- https://goo.gl/L944Qk localbitcoins Link ... LocalBitcoins system makes sure that the sellers get paid, and the buyers get their bitcoin. The system works well, and if you follow all the normal steps, everyone is happy and the process goes ... LocalBitcoins is an escrow service which also helps to match bitcoin buyers and sellers. The most common method of payment for purchase is cash deposit. However, users may advertise trades for ... LocalBitcoins – Is the #1 directory for local Bitcoin buyers & sellers. LocallBitcoins displays a chart of Bitcoins traders nearest to you, & then permits se... https://localbitcoins.com Buying bitcoins online with cash, bank transfer, cash deposit and various other payment methods. LocalBitcoins is a website where y...

#