I’m currently looking at crypto-trade, and then having to pass them back to OKPAY before being able to finally transfer back into my UK bank account in GBP, this all seams a bit difficult to me, when with a little bit of trust I’d give some account details and the money would be in my account.
The above coupled with an Escrow service similar to that offered viia litecoinlocal.org seams way more simpler and sounds like we wouldn’t be paying out 3 maybe 4 lots of at least 1% commission for the services.
I’m fast starting to understand that all of this is in its infancy and that already a few undesirables have started to take advantage and rip people off, by reversing PayPal etc… but surely there has to be a better way?
Maybe I need to do a little more research and lay off the beer :P into how we as a community persuade the likes of litecoinlocal to become coinlocal and start accepting the FTC for what I believe it’s worth.
All of the above said, I’d be interested in meets and “local trading”
The coins are released I believe when the user agrees that he’s received the money. I didn’t get to see that side of the transaction as the seller, but I’m pretty sure that’s how they do it , whether it’s goods or through Paypal, the user has to say the received the item if it’s an escrow listing. So if the user wants to let’s say wait 45 days then I won’t get them for 45 days, which is fine since I’m not planning to sell them that soon.
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Hello. I use the BTC-E website as a point of reference, would like to buy some. (probably a few dozen coins)
I would like to do the transaction in step by step, as I would like to see how the wallet works also.
I can pay via moneybookers, got a paypal too but I hate that, so If possible would like to avoid.
How do I start this.
First this is a journey/trip, not a destination, that continues on forever, however long that is.
So some of the exchanges will come and go. Maybe even some of the now existing crypto-currencies will disappear.
But, I do not think all the crypto currencies will fade away. “The genie is out of the bottle,” goes the saying.
The peoples of the world have long needed an accepted currency/s that is P2P. The long awaited one world
currency. Only the ptb didn’t have in mind the way it is arriving is my thinking.
From earlier posts on this site, I have saved this web address for those interested in the US Dollar.
Sure, I think that others will be created, but for now: Jan 1 2014 [url=http://www.fasbit.com/]http://www.fasbit.com/[/url]
I know nothing more than what you can see and the information for this came from this web site
in earlier posts. Don’t remember the location that the conversation is found. Sorry