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Def_Starr

cool so just snap a pic of my DL and upload it , okay cool

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Def_Starr

coinbase is having a difficult time verifying my ID, I keep uploading , tried 2 diff webcams, ARGHHHHH!@

 

why is it so difficult

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PTFC
1 hour ago, Def_Starr said:

coinbase is having a difficult time verifying my ID, I keep uploading , tried 2 diff webcams, ARGHHHHH!@

 

why is it so difficult

What about smartphone picture upload?

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Def_Starr

maybe,

 

is there another bitcoin supplier that is easy to sign up for ? will any bitcoin supplier let me send to any other bitcoin receiver that uses a 3rd partner bitcoin processor?

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6 hours ago, Def_Starr said:

maybe,

 

is there another bitcoin supplier that is easy to sign up for ? will any bitcoin supplier let me send to any other bitcoin receiver that uses a 3rd partner bitcoin processor?

Definitely look around, there are many exchanges @Def_Starr, and yes, you should be able to transfer to any 3rd party private wallet, once you have purchased them, they are yours!

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4815162342

Anyone tried wesellcrypto? They accept paypal payments which is rare in case of BTC.

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YoMan

I like this thread...talking about btc.  I just recently set up coinbase to buy and blockchain for my wallet.  Coinbase is notoriously slow.  Waiting till I can buy larger amounts stinks but I was looking at bitquick.co and it looks easy to buy coins to load into my blockchain wallet.  You pick from a list of banks where you can make cash deposits into account selling bitcoins.  You physically have to go to the bank and then snap a pic of receipt, upload it, email it to said whoever(not sure, can't recall offhand) and wait for maybe 3 hours and the bitcoins should arrive in your wallet.  I haven't done it yet cuz I am still wary about how it all works.

Circle sucks.  I used them until they pulled the btc trans.

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57 minutes ago, YoMan said:

I like this thread...talking about btc.  I just recently set up coinbase to buy and blockchain for my wallet.  Coinbase is notoriously slow.  Waiting till I can buy larger amounts stinks but I was looking at bitquick.co and it looks easy to buy coins to load into my blockchain wallet.  You pick from a list of banks where you can make cash deposits into account selling bitcoins.  You physically have to go to the bank and then snap a pic of receipt, upload it, email it to said whoever(not sure, can't recall offhand) and wait for maybe 3 hours and the bitcoins should arrive in your wallet.  I haven't done it yet cuz I am still wary about how it all works.

Circle sucks.  I used them until they pulled the btc trans.

Thanks for posting your experience @YoMan. You've given us a great insight there. Don't be afraid to take the plunge and pick up some coin(s), though I advocate purchasing, just before you are going use them anyway. Unless you have an interest in speculation of them. 

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11 minutes ago, PTFC said:

Thanks for posting your experience @YoMan. You've given us a great insight there. Don't be afraid to take the plunge and pick up some coin(s), though I advocate purchasing, just before you are going use them anyway. Unless you have an interest in speculation of them. 

this was a tough thing to wrap my head around at first.  It takes some searching and researching and asking around and thinking some more until you grasp how the BTC idea works.  If you set everything up right tho you can be totally anonymous.  

I have good relationships with all sorts of vendors that do BTC and some that ONLY do it, so I have to learn and get comfortable and just take the plunge, like you said.  Also I am getting more familiar with this site(such as finding who to talk to).  There could be SOOO much info added here and if I ever have the time I will.  I know a good bit about everything talked about here

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40 minutes ago, YoMan said:

this was a tough thing to wrap my head around at first.  It takes some searching and researching and asking around and thinking some more until you grasp how the BTC idea works.  If you set everything up right tho you can be totally anonymous.  

I have good relationships with all sorts of vendors that do BTC and some that ONLY do it, so I have to learn and get comfortable and just take the plunge, like you said.  Also I am getting more familiar with this site(such as finding who to talk to).  There could be SOOO much info added here and if I ever have the time I will.  I know a good bit about everything talked about here

That's great @YoMan! Please do add if you get the chance, you could even start a new thread. As I keep saying, everyone should be getting proficient in this method of payment, it is the future!

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screamingmimi

I've spent the morning reading this and downloading apps and trying to understand, but after every step there's something new?  Like what's the differenbe between a vault and a wallet?  I understand now but in the middle of it my brain was melting.  And my bank turned down the request for coinbase

Is there a "bitcoin for dummies" which tells you step by step what to do and how to do it?  I understand sort of but what is the difference between coinbase and electrum and localbitcoins and how do they interact?  And what is the key and where do I get it?  and I just read about Xapo?

Everyone here has been great but I'm still confused.  I know this is the wave of the future (one place I use now is only bitcoin or bank transfer) 

Off to look for a Bitcoin Primer.  I don't know if they can dumb it down enough for me.  Lol.

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4815162342
On 19. 12. 2016 at 6:33 AM, Natty said:

@4815162342 did you try these guys out? TY

 

Haven't tried myself, I just bookmarked the site if needed in the future.

They were suggested to me on another forum. Current BTC price on their site is $ 1042, but the market price is $ 895. Fees not included. This puts me off a bit, but I guess that's the price if you wanna pay with PP.

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2 hours ago, 4815162342 said:

Haven't tried myself, I just bookmarked the site if needed in the future.

They were suggested to me on another forum. Current BTC price on their site is $ 1042, but the market price is $ 895. Fees not included. This puts me off a bit, but I guess that's the price if you wanna pay with PP.

Yea I suppose that's why the Market value is so high due to the fact that pp is involved. That's quite a mark-up though

 

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On 12/19/2016 at 7:36 AM, YoMan said:

this was a tough thing to wrap my head around at first.  It takes some searching and researching and asking around and thinking some more until you grasp how the BTC idea works.  If you set everything up right tho you can be totally anonymous.  

I have good relationships with all sorts of vendors that do BTC and some that ONLY do it, so I have to learn and get comfortable and just take the plunge, like you said.  Also I am getting more familiar with this site(such as finding who to talk to).  There could be SOOO much info added here and if I ever have the time I will.  I know a good bit about everything talked about here

That's what I'm trying to grasp, setting it up right.  I used Coinbase but right now my credit union is calling in fraud alerts when I try to connect.   Then I found some localcoin site, not sure what to do with that and I see a tab I have open with electrum Bitcoin.

I understand the concept I just don't know the steps 1,2,3 etc spelled out like I'm a 3rd grader so that my wallet is secure (do I need a vault?) and then I can buy.  

We need a seminar or something.  Learn as we go.   And then how do you pay?   Gah!!!     

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